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Oil and Coal Jobs Fall Sharply as Washington Promotes Green Energy

Oil and Coal Jobs Fall Sharply as Washington Promotes Green Energy

By Naveen Athrappully Jobs in the U.S. oil and coal industry fell in 2021 while employment expanded in the green energy sector, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Energy. The energy sector employed over 7.8 million Americans in 2021, a 4 percent increase from 2020, the Energy Department said in a report (pdf) released…

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Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

By Dave Paone NEW YORK—Ghislaine Maxwell, who was once an international, jet-setting socialite, was sentenced to 20 years in prison on June 28 for trafficking young women to be used for the sexual exploits of her employer and one-time romantic partner, Jeffrey Epstein. The 60-year-old was convicted on Dec. 29 in federal court on five of six counts…

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TSMC Says It Will Have Advanced ASML Chipmaking Tool in 2024

By Reuters SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. executives said on Thursday the world’s biggest chipmaker will have the next version of ASML Holding NV’s most advanced chipmaking tool in 2024. The tool called “high-NA EUV” produces beams of focused light that create the microscopic circuitry on computer chips used in phones, laptops, cars, and…

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South Carolina Rep. in Leaked Audio Strategizes ‘Sleepers’ and ‘Dope Money’ to Finance Senate Campaign

By Matt McGregor A South Carolina state representative on the ballot for the Democratic primary runoff on June 28 for the U.S. Senate has been heard in leaked audio strategizing on how to utilize Democrat “sleepers” to run as Republicans in local elections, as well as requesting drug money from a state prison inmate. Project Veritas, the…

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Joe Biden unwittingly helped finance Hunter’s trysts with Russia-linked escorts

By Andrew Kerr, Investigative Reporter & Jerry Dunleavy, Justice Department Reporter President Joe Biden apparently unwittingly financed his son’s participation in an escort ring tied to Russia, records from a copy of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop show. Hunter Biden spent over $30,000 on escorts, many of whom were linked to “.ru” Russian email addresses and worked with an “exclusive model agency” called…

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Pelosi Appears to Elbow Away Daughter of Newly Elected Congresswoman

By Darlene McCormick Sanchez Mayra Flores praises daughter for standing her ground. Rep. Flores (R-Texas) has responded to a video in which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) appeared to elbow away Flores’ daughter during her swearing-in ceremony last week. A video posted on social media Sunday night showed Pelosi standing next to Flores’ two daughters on stage as the speaker…

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Prosecutors Oppose Ghislaine Maxwell’s Last-Minute Bid to Delay Sentencing

By Dave Paone NEW YORK—The prosecutors in the case against Jeffrey Eppstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell on June 26 dismissed claims raised by the defendant’s attorneys, who told the judge that Maxwell was unable to access her legal documents because she had been placed on suicide watch. In a June 25 letter to Judge Alison Nathan from Bobbi…

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Known and Suspected Terrorists Entering US in Unprecedented Numbers: Rep. Higgins

By Katabella Roberts Known and suspected terrorists are entering the United States in unprecedented numbers amid a surge in illegal immigration, according to Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.). In an interview with NTD, the Louisiana representative stated that the Biden administration is providing “absurd” figures on the actual number of known and suspected terrorists entering America through its borders. Higgins, a decorated law enforcement…

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More Than Two-Thirds of Hospital Operation Prices Not Compliant With Transparency Rules: Study

By Marina Zhang The majority of American hospitals are still not transparent on their pricing of hospital procedures, even though transparency policies were initiated in 2019, according to recent studies on hospital pricing for joint replacements and other procedures. A study by Cleveland Clinic Foundation found that only around a third—32 percent—of hospitals were totally transparent…

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Why Biden’s Green Energy Policy Will ‘End in Tears’

By Kevin Stocklin News Analysis American Founding Father Benjamin Franklin once said that “experience is an expensive school but fools will learn in no other.” Germany’s green energy policy, launched in the year 2000, could have been a cheap lesson for America today. The Biden administration has chosen to follow Germany, providing heavy subsidies for wind and solar,…

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