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US Consumer Sentiment Falls to Near 10-Year Low in May

US Consumer Sentiment Falls to Near 10-Year Low in May

Consumer sentiment in the United States has fallen to an almost ten-year low in May, new data reveals. The drop was revealed in the final May edition of the University of Michigan’s Sentiment Survey, which was released on May 27. The index fell from 65.2 in April to 59.1 in…
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Biden Claims North Korea Has Joined ‘Sanctions against Russia’

Biden Claims North Korea Has Joined ‘Sanctions against Russia’

Democrat President Joe Biden dropped another embarrassing gaffe today by claiming during a press conference that North Korea has joined the U.S. and NATO with "sanctions against Russia." While addressing the commencement and commissioning at the U.S. Naval Academy, Biden appeared to go off-script to discuss Russia's invasion of Ukraine.…
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WEF Globalists Call for ‘Recalibration’ of Free Speech

WEF Globalists Call for ‘Recalibration’ of Free Speech

Globalists at the World Economic Forum (WEF) have been outlining plans to usher in their vision of a "perfect" future that involves the "recalibration" of free speech. World leaders, oligarchs, and business heads arrived in Davos, Switzerland over the weekend for the 2022 conference of the World Economic Forum. The…
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