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US Semiconductor Chip Shortage Poses Economic, National Security Risks: Commerce Dept.

US Semiconductor Chip Shortage Poses Economic, National Security Risks: Commerce Dept.

By Katabella Roberts The United States is facing a chronic shortage of semiconductor chips and a long-term solution is desperately needed to avoid economic and national security risks to the nation, according to a new report by the U.S Department of Commerce. A government survey of more than 150 companies that produce and buy chips—aimed at providing insight into…

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Justice Stephen Breyer to Retire From Supreme Court

By Jack Phillips Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will retire, paving the way for President Joe Biden to appoint his first Supreme Court justice, according to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.). Schumer on Wednesday issued a statement saying that Breyer will step down from the Supreme Court at the end of the court’s term in the summer of…

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‘Allow People to Exercise Their Natural Immunity’: Former HHS Adviser

By Jack Phillips Several prominent doctors joined about 30,000 demonstrators in the “Defeat the Mandates” march in Washington on Jan. 23. Among them was former federal government adviser Dr. Paul Alexander, who declared that COVID-19 mandates and rules have failed to prevent transmission of the virus. “Society has been so terrorized for two years,” Alexander…

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Biden Administration Is Withdrawing OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

By Jack Phillips The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced Tuesday it will formally withdraw its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses with 100 or more employees on Wednesday. The agency issued an announcement in the Federal Register that it will withdraw its rule, known as an emergency temporary standard (ETS), which required companies to…

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‘Null, Void, and Unenforceable’: NY Judge Strikes Down Governor’s Mask Mandate

By Jack Phillips A New York Supreme Court judge on Monday evening ruled that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s mask mandate for schools and public places is unconstitutional, declaring it “null, void, and unenforceable.” In mid-December, the Democrat governor enacted the mandate in the midst of rising COVID-19 cases, in part, fueled by the Omicron variant. New York…

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UN Giving ‘Humanitarian Cash’ to Migrants Heading to US Border

By Charlotte Cuthbertson DEL RIO, Texas—American taxpayers are increasingly funding the passage of a constant flow of migrants who ultimately cross illegally into the United States, according to new reports. A United Nations “cash-based interventions” program provides migrants heading to the U.S. border with debit cards, help with housing, transport, and medical assistance. The assistance is accessible…

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Schweizer: Bidens got $31 million from China intelligence-linked sources

By Bob Unruh Peter Schweizer, the president of Governmental Accountability Institute and author of “Profiles in Corruption” and “Clinton Cash,” previously has warned China’s influence on the administration of Joe Biden has created an issue for him, involving foreign entanglements. Now he’s going much further, with a direct claim that China paid the Biden family “some $31…

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Sen. Sinema Censured by Arizona Democratic Party

By Jack Phillips Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) was censured by the Arizona Democratic Party’s executive board over the weekend for voting to keep the Senate’s filibuster, which effectively blocked congressional Democrats’ voting legislation. The symbolic gesture was handed down on Jan. 22 as Democrats sought to pass sweeping measures that would supersede efforts by states to strengthen their own…

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NATO Places Extra Forces on Standby, Deploys Additional Warships and Jets to Eastern Europe

By Lorenz Duchamps NATO announced on Monday that it’s placing extra forces on standby and sending more warships and fighter jets to Eastern Europe as Russia continues its military build-up near Ukrainian territory. “I welcome Allies contributing additional forces to NATO,” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement on Monday. “NATO will continue to take all necessary measures to protect…

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Gold Is Outperforming Bitcoin and the Stock Market in the Past 3 Months: What’s the Better Hedge?

By Benzinga In the past three months, investors have grown increasingly concerned about the negative potential impact of elevated inflation levels and rising interest rates in 2022. But while stock prices and cryptocurrency prices have lagged, gold has outshined them both. Golden Performance In the past three months, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust is up just 1.1 percent,…

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Growing Number of European Countries Rolling Back COVID-19 Restrictions

By Jack Phillips Major economies in Europe have started to roll back COVID-19 restrictions that were implemented in recent weeks in response to a spike in cases and hospitalizations. In the United Kingdom, people won’t have to wear masks in public or show proof they’ve been vaccinated to enter some venues like restaurants or pubs starting next Thursday. “Because…

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Baltic Nations Send US-Made Weapons to Ukraine Amid Russian Threat

By Mimi Nguyen Ly Baltic nations Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are sending U.S.-made weapons to Ukraine to boost military support amid a threat of a Russian invasion. It comes as Russia has sent an estimated 100,000 troops with tanks and other heavy weapons to its borders with Ukraine’s northeast, but denies it is planning an attack. The defense ministers of the three nations in the…

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US Now Requires All Foreign Travelers to Be COVID-19 Vaccinated When Crossing Land Ports, Ferry Terminals

By Mimi Nguyen Ly Starting Saturday, non-U.S. travelers who wish to enter the United States via ferry terminals or land ports of entry at the U.S.–Mexico or U.S.–Canada borders must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide related proof of vaccination, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced. The land borders had been closed to…

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Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Workers Blocked Nationwide

By Zachary Stieber President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees was blocked on Friday by a federal judge. Biden does not have the authority to impose such a mandate, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown wrote in a 20-page ruling obtained by The Epoch Times. Federal law says the president “may prescribe regulations for the conduct of employees in…

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