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Trump Warns of Business Exodus, Kevin O‘Leary Says Court Ruling Turns New York Into Uninvestable ’Mega Loser State’

By Tom Ozimek Former President Donald Trump said Saturday that the recent court ruling that fined him over $350 million would spark a business exodus from New York State, while venture capitalist Kevin O’Leary said the ruling turned New York into an uninvestable “mega loser state.” In a civil fraud trial that accused the former…

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Supreme Court Could Set Landmark Precedent in Trump Jan. 6 Case

By Sam Dorman For the second time this year, the Supreme Court could hear oral arguments on a relatively untested area of constitutional law as it relates to former President Donald Trump and set a landmark precedent that could affect the 2024 presidential race. Chief Justice John Roberts showed interest on Feb. 13 in reviewing…

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Big Banks Charge Higher Credit Card Interest Rates Than Small Banks, Credit Unions: CFPB Report

By Naveen Athrappully Larger banks and financial companies charged higher interest rates last year for credit cards while also engaging in “anti-competitive behavior” detrimental to customers, according to a recent report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). “During the first half of 2023, small banks and credit unions tended to offer cheaper interest rates…

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Trump Speaks Out at Mar-a-Lago After Fraud Ruling

By Catherine Yang Outside Mar-a-Lago, former President Donald Trump blasted New York Attorney General Letitia James and New York Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron after he was found in a civil fraud case to be liable for fraud. “I paid over $100 million in taxes and they want me out,” President Trump said, claiming businesses…

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US Coast Guard Seizes Shipment of Suspected Iranian Weapons Parts Believed to Be for Yemen’s Houthis

By Ryan Morgan The U.S. Coast Guard recently intercepted a shipment of weapon components in the Arabian Sea that they believe were heading from Iran to Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen. The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Sentinel-class fast-response cutter USCGC Clarence Sutphin Jr. (WPC 1147) conducted a boarding action against a suspicious vessel in…

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JPMorgan, State Street Pull Out of ‘Woke’ Investment Climate Pact

By Tom Ozimek JPMorgan Chase’s asset management arm and State Street Global Advisors say they have withdrawn from the United Nations-led climate pact that’s focused on prodding companies to pursue environmental goals. The decisions, announced in statements provided to The Epoch Times, represent a blow to the climate pact, known as Climate Action 100+, an…

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White House Confirms Russia Developing New Anti-Satellite Capability

By Andrew Thornebrooke Russia is developing a new anti-satellite capability that could directly threaten the most critical U.S. civil and military infrastructure, the White House confirmed on Feb. 15. The admission comes after House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Turner (R-Ohio) demanded that the Biden administration declassify information regarding a “serious national security threat.” National Security…

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The Curse of Ultra-Pasteurization

By Sally Fallon Morell In the summer of 1983, an outbreak of listeriosis occurred in Massachusetts. Forty-nine people became sick and 14 of those—29 percent—died. Listeria is the bad actor among pathogens. Most pathogens make people sick but don’t kill them—listeria, on the other hand, often kills, especially the very young, the elderly, and the immune-compromised.…

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Oil Prices Drift Up With Focus on Middle East

By Reuters LONDON—Oil prices edged up on Tuesday as uncertainty over fighting in the Middle East kept markets on edge, but gains were capped by concerns that central banks will keep interest rates higher for longer to battle inflation, weighing on energy demand. Brent futures rose 30 cents to $82.30 a barrel as of 0924…

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Overprescribed: Suicides Haunt the Dubious Approval of Antidepressants

By Huey Freeman On Friday, Sept. 8, 2023, a gorgeous late summer day in Wisconsin, Dale Niggemann came home and saw a note left on the door by Maggie Stern, 55, his best friend and partner for the past five years. The note said, “Call 911.” First responders arrived at their home and discovered Ms.…

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Biden’s Speech on Shrinkflation Was Unbearably Bad

By Jeffrey A. Tucker It looked for all the world like a cold open for Saturday Night Live. President Biden already declined to give the traditional pre-game interview for the Super Bowl. He said that Americans need a break from politics. That’s unpersuasive but fine. Sure enough, he couldn’t help himself. Or maybe some stupid…

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