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Jack Dorsey Agrees with Elon Musk on Trump’s Twitter Ban

Jack Dorsey Agrees with Elon Musk on Trump’s Twitter Ban

Twitter co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey said he backs Elon Musk’s plan to reinstate former President Donald Trump’s account when he takes control of the platform. Dorsey slammed the move to ban Trump as a “business decision” and a “failure,” admitting that it was "wrong." Musk suggested on Tuesday…
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Conservatives Should ‘Use Power’ in Fighting Big Tech Censorship and Woke Companies: Legal Expert

Conservatives Should ‘Use Power’ in Fighting Big Tech Censorship and Woke Companies: Legal Expert

American conservatives should use institutional authority to punish companies, including Big Tech corporations, that go “too woke” and control “every major cultural institution in America,” said a legal expert during a panel discussion on Thursday. “There is literally one institution, broadly speaking, that liberal progressives do not monolithically, unilaterally control.…
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US Economy Adds 428,000 New Jobs in April, Beating Forecasts

US Economy Adds 428,000 New Jobs in April, Beating Forecasts

America's economy added 428,000 jobs in April, beating previous employment forecasts, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The figure tops the market forecast of 391,000 for the month, the latest figures show. The unemployment rate is unchanged at 3.6 percent, however. Average hourly earnings rose at an annualized…
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Janet Yellen Admits Biden’s Spending ‘Did Feed’ Inflation

Janet Yellen Admits Biden’s Spending ‘Did Feed’ Inflation

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has admitted that Democrat President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan "did" contribute to inflation. Speaking during a Wednesday interview with The Wall Street Journal's editor-in-chief Matt Murray, the former head of the Federal Reserve conceded that the White House’s enormous spending had played a…
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Producer Prices Soar to Record Highs in Eurozone as Stagflation Looms

Producer Prices Soar to Record Highs in Eurozone as Stagflation Looms

Producer price inflation in the eurozone has soared to a record high in the year through March, according to a new report. The European Union’s statistical agency is reporting that consumers should expect prices to continue rising as inflation bites. The news delivers a fresh sign that inflationary pressures continue…
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