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June 16th, 2023
Wuhan Institute Lab
By: Noah Rothman – nationalreview.com – June 15, 2023 For Democratic and Republican partisans alike, Covid’s origins have little political use. To see this article in its entirety and subscribe to others like it, please choose to read more. Source: Covid: Consequence-Free Scandal? | National Review
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June 14th, 2023
NCAA men's relay race
By: Gregory A. Brown – nationalreview.com – June 13, 2023 As schools across the country are closing one calendar year and preparing for the next, state legislatures are battling a question that will have repercussions both inside and outside school walls: Should schools keep sports separate by biological sex or allow students to compete based on one’s gender identity? Currently,...
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June 8th, 2023
Whistleblower, David Charles Grusch
In a Debrief exclusive, Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean report that a former official says the U.S. has retrieved craft of non-human origin.
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May 14th, 2023
Worldview Bulletin Newsletter
Can Machines Create Art? | Erik Wielenberg’s Moral Realism In his book The Everlasting Man, G. K. Chesterton claims that humans alone are created with the ability for art. He writes, “Art is the signature of man.”
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May 2nd, 2023
man farmer standing in a wheat field
Reports from the mainstream media that climate change will lead to food shortages – along with all manner of other calamities – have it exactly backward. The changing climate of the last couple centuries or so is in fact a big reason why the world is fed better than ever.
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May 2nd, 2023
older-couple-voted
By: Charles Fain Lehman – nationalreview.com – April 27, 2023 It’s about behavior more than policy Americans aren’t living as long as we used to. A child born in 2021 can expect, on average, to live to the age of 76.1. That’s a decline of nearly a year from 2020, according to the CDC, and a nearly three-year decline from 2019....
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April 19th, 2023
AI and ChatGPT
With OpenAI’s release of ChatGPT, artificial intelligence has reached the masses. Here’s an explainer on AI’s pros and cons.
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April 18th, 2023
It’s time the US left the World Health Organization (WHO). If you agree, contact your US representative today and ask them to support H.R.79, the WHO Withdrawal Act. Contact your US Representative.
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April 18th, 2023
Japanese rice paddys
Climate change lunatics who want to ban beef and force everyone to eat bugs have a new target.
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April 4th, 2023
Graphic of Polar bear w shopping cart of baby polar bears
By: Bjørn Lomborg – nationalreview.com – March 30, 2023 The global discussion about climate change has become quite hysterical. Some 60 percent of people living in the rich world think it is likely to bring an end to humanity. This is not only untrue; it is also harmful, because fear makes people embrace bad policies and ignore many other urgent challenges facing...
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