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Opinion · France
[Opinion] France's Ban on Short-Haul Flights Will Kill People
Too many politicians are thespians. When there's a conflict—as there often is—between appearing to solve problems and actually helping to solve those problems, politicians can almost always be counted on to put appearance over substance. Unfortunately, politicians succumb to this bias even when their theatrics make real problems worse. Consider French President Emmanuel Macron's boast last week that his government banned many flights between cit…See the Story
100% Right coverage: 2 sources
Coal · United States
‘Science’ Tells Us Energy and Cement Companies Cause Wildfires - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
According to a new study from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), we can now blame forest fires on energy corporations: “Coal, oil, and gas companies are now directly linked to worsening forest fires across the western United States.” READ MORE: Degrowth: The New Fad in the Climate Change Movement The study, titled “The Fossil Fuels Behind Forest Fires: Quantifying the Contribution of Major Carbon Producers to Increasing Wildfire Risk,” cla…See the Story
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This Bud’s Definitely Not for You - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Budweiser conjures up a tapestry of American images: baseball, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and charred bratwursts to the tunes of “Yankee Doodle” and “The Caisson Song.” Along with the cotton gin, railroads, and Tin Lizzie, it is the symbol of America’s brawny determination and purposeful citizenry. There is even a limited-edition Budweiser beer stein celebrating the Norman Rockwell centennial, 1894–1994. Anheuser-Busch is the iconic beer …See the Story
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Europe · Shanghai
Vatican says China has unilaterally appointed bishop to Shanghai
Chinese authorities have appointed a new bishop to Shanghai, the largest Roman Catholic diocese in China, the Vatican said on Tuesday, in an apparent violation of a bilateral pact between the two states.See the Story
47% Right coverage: 15 sources
Donald Trump · Washington
Of Course Trump Can Win
Damon Linker: “I almost can’t believe I’m writing this post. I aspire to think deeply about hard questions in our politics, not shoot a rich stock of fish in an undersized barrel. But I just couldn’t resist the temptation.”See the Story
83% Right coverage: 6 sources
Donald Trump · Pigeon Forge
Commentary: Facebook’s TikTok Problem - The Florida Capital Star
by Eric Peters TikTok hasn’t exactly got Facebook dancing in the streets. The Chinese-owned social media app is rapidly eating away at Facebook’s user base, especially among the under-30s crowd, which seems to think that Facebook is for the over-the-hill crowd. Many are understandably concerned about TikTok‘s Chinese ownership — and what kids especially might be doing (and seeing) on the app. But they might also be concerned about Facebook’s t…See the Story
100% Right coverage: 4 sources
Columbus, Ohio · Columbus
Commentary: The Things Students Are Learning After They Left Public Schools During Pandemic - The Ohio Star
by Kerry McDonald The education disruption caused by mass school closures and prolonged remote instruction beginning three years ago this month led many families to seek other learning options beyond an assigned district school. Emerging research reveals just how significant and sustained that shift was. In a new report, “Where the Kids Went: Nonpublic Schooling and Demographic Change during the Pandemic Exodus from Public Schools,” Stanford e…See the Story
100% Right coverage: 3 sources
Politics · Copenhagen
Politics Podcast: The Case For And Against Ron DeSantis
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has officially entered the presidential race. In his opening remarks, he stressed his electability and the ability to implement a policy platform. In FiveThirtyEight's national GOP primary polling averages, Trump currently leads at around 54 percent. Just a couple months ago, Trump's lead was half what it is today.See the Story
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De Rugy: Debt conversation brings more pointless 'tax the rich' talk
Veronique de Rugy: Democrats say taxes aren't high enough and the rich don't pay their fair share. He says the U.S. debt problem isn't the result of former President Donald Trump's tax cuts. De Rugy says new spending is what drives the deficit.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources