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Musk Says Twitter Suppressed Free Speech Under Orders From Government

By Tom Ozimek Elon Musk suggested that Twitter was acting under government orders to suppress free speech, with his remarks coming hot on the heels of the release of a trove of documents that lift the lid on some of the social media platform’s censorship machinations around the 2020 presidential election. “Twitter acting by itself to suppress…

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Pentagon Debuts New Stealth Bomber, the B-21 Raider, Amid Rising China Threat

By The Associated Press PALMDALE , Calif.—America’s newest nuclear stealth bomber made its debut Friday after years of secret development and as part of the Pentagon’s answer to rising concerns over a future conflict with China. The B-21 Raider is the first new American bomber aircraft in more than 30 years. Almost every aspect of the program is…

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Twitter Staff to Be Grilled Before Congress for Censoring Hunter Biden Laptop Story: Rep. Comer

By Tom Ozimek The top Republican on the House Oversight Committee said that Twitter staff involved in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 presidential elections will face Congress and testify about their actions. Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), the GOP ranking member on the Committee, made the remarks in a Friday appearance on Fox News after…

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Pentagon Won’t Yield on Ending COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate as Senators Threaten Budget

By Jack Phillips The Pentagon said it would continue to require that troops get COVID-19 vaccines even as Republican senators threaten to hold up the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) unless the Defense Department ends its vaccine mandate. Speaking to reporters Thursday, Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder claimed the controversial mandate is needed for U.S. national security purposes. “As…

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Reversal of Long-Standing Policy Keeps Key Documents on Hunter Biden’s Business From Congress

By Mark Tapscott Congressional investigators are being denied access to 148 Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) filed with the Department of the Treasury by banks concerning financial dealings of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, and brother, Jim, according to incoming House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio). “Most Americans have never heard the term ‘Suspicious Activity Reports.’ These are actual reports that financial institutions file with the Treasury Department when they see suspicious activity,” Jordan told Epoch TV’s Joshua Phillip in an interview for…

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SpaceX Gets US Approval to Deploy up to 7,500 Satellites

By Reuters WASHINGTON—The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said on Thursday it approved SpaceX’s bid to deploy up to 7,500 satellites, but put on hold some other decisions. SpaceX’s Starlink, a fast-growing network of more than 3,500 satellites in low-Earth orbit, has tens of thousands of users in the United States so far, with consumers paying at least…

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Supreme Court Justices Question Biden Administration’s Border Policy

By Hans Von Spakovsky and Cully Stimson News Analysis The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit filed by Texas and Louisiana over Biden administration guidelines that severely restricted the Department of Homeland Security’s enforcement of federal immigration law against illegal aliens. Twenty other states supported Texas and Louisiana with amicus briefs, ranging from Arizona to Florida and West…

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Oil Industry Executive Warns of Another ‘Major’ Crisis in the Coming Weeks

By Jack Phillips The head of the largest oil and natural gas trade association warned that failure to replenish the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) could trigger another oil crisis in the coming weeks. “The Strategic Petroleum Reserve, unfortunately, has become the strategic political reserve. And we have grave concerns about how it has been…

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Cost Concerns Force NASA to Cancel Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Satellite

By Naveen Athrappully NASA announced on Tuesday that it intends to cancel the development of its GeoCarb mission, which was proposed to be a low-cost satellite aimed at monitoring greenhouse gas emissions. “GeoCarb sought to probe the natural sources and exchange processes that control carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and methane in the atmosphere over the Americas,”…

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Job Cuts Soar 127 Percent In November Amid Wave of Tech Layoffs

By Bryan Jung The rate of job cuts in the United States soared 127 percent in November, amid a wave of layoffs in the tech industry. The American employers announced 76,835 cuts last month, a 127 percent increase from the 33,843 cuts in October, according to a report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Last month saw a 417 percent…

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Musk Meets Apple’s Tim Cook, Gives Critical Update on App Store Twitter Ban ‘Misunderstanding’

By Tom Ozimek Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he met with Apple CEO Tim Cook and the two resolved the issue of Twitter potentially being cut from Apple’s App Store, which Musk had earlier identified as a threat facing the social media giant. Musk said in a post on Twitter late Wednesday that he and Cook had a “good conversation” and that they…

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Dallas Fed Survey of Oil Executives Suggests Biden Is ‘Holding Us Back’

By Andrew Moran U.S. oil and gas sector activity advanced at a strong pace, although the rate of expansion decelerated in the third quarter, according to the third quarter Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Energy Survey. The business activity index, a measurement of conditions facing energy companies in the region, came in at 46.0 in the…

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