June 28, 2022

Fact Check: Biden Administration Falsely Claims Oil Production at Record High

Claim: U.S. oil production is at a record high, the Department of Energy claimed following a meeting between executives of U.S. petroleum refiners and Secretary Jennifer Granholm. “At a time when the U.S. is achieving record oil production under the Biden administration, and President Biden is taking historic actions to add to that supply including…

Yellen Says US Recession Not ‘At All Inevitable’ Despite Inflation ‘Unacceptably High’

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday that high inflation would persist for the remainder of 2022 and that, while she expects the U.S. economy will cool, a recession is far from a sure bet. “We’ve had high inflation so far this year, and that locks in higher inflation for the rest of the year,” Yellen said…

Lesko Discusses High Gas Prices with One America News Network

WATCH: I spoke with One America News Network yesterday for a brief moment to discuss how President Biden’s policies have …

Largest US Pork Packer Closing California Plant, Citing High Costs and Red Tape

Smithfields Inc., the largest pork packer in the United States, is leaving California due to high operational costs and red tape. “Smithfield Foods, Inc. today announced that it will cease all harvest and processing operations in Vernon, California in early 2023 and, at the same time, align its hog production system by reducing its sow…

Tropical Storm Alex Heads Toward Bermuda With High Winds

Tropical Storm Alex, the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, gained a bit more force as it headed toward Bermuda on Sunday after killing three people in Cuba and causing flooding in parts of Florida. Alex reached tropical storm force early Sunday after strengthening off Florida’s east coast early Sunday. National Hurricane Center…

Poor Tax and Energy Policies Behind Canada’s High Gas Prices, Advocates Say

Advocates for taxpayers and affordable energy blame the various levels of government in Canada for high gas prices and resultant high inflation, saying that tax relief and promotion of pipelines and the energy sector would alleviate the problem. In recent days, gas prices reached record highs in most regions of Canada, surpassing $2 per litre.…

Gas Prices Soar to Record High on Memorial Day

Gas prices on Memorial Day soared to a record high of $4.619 per gallon, up nine cents over the weekend, according to AAA. Last year, gas prices were averaging around $3 per gallon, and in May of 2src2src, gas prices were around $1.77 cents. Despite high gas prices that have been fueled by President Joe Biden’s…

Supreme Court Declines to Block High School’s Admissions Policy

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to temporarily block the admissions policy of a prestigious high school in northern Virginia, after the policy was accused of being discriminatory against Asian Americans. The parent’s group, Coalition for TJ, asked the high court to temporarily suspend the admissions policy of the school while the case is being considered in lower…

Hagerty: ‘I’m Certain’ CCP, Cartels Boosting Drug Production ‘to All-Time High’ in Response to Title 42 Repeal

On Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Co.,” Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) argued that the Chinese Communist Party and drug cartels “are ramping up drug production to all-time high levels” in response to the Biden administration’s plans to rescind Title 42 and the “open invitation” that revoking Title 42 sends. Hagerty stated,…

Behind Russia-Ukraine, a ‘Total War’ Is Being Waged Against the US and Allies | The Wide Angle

A “snake in the grass” is a deadly encroaching danger that can’t always be seen. Recently, President Joe Biden visited Belgium and Poland to signal support to NATO members on Ukraine’s doorstep. In speaking to U.S. troops in Poland, Biden seemed to “let slip” the expectation that U.S. forces will, at some point, be fighting…

Bidenflation: Fed Study Blames Huge Spending Bills for High U.S. Inflation

Who is to blame for high inflation? A paper from the San Francisco Fed pins much of the blame on the Biden administration’s big spending. “Fiscal support measures designed to counteract the severity of the pandemic’s economic effect may have contributed to this divergence by raising inflation about 3 percentage points by the end of…

Bidenflation: Expected Prices Hikes Hit Record High in Dallas Fed Survey

Inflationary pressures in Texas ratcheted up even further in March, a survey released Monday by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas showed. The prices paid for raw materials index of the Dallas Fed’s monthly survey of manufacturers rose six-tenth of a point to 74, with 77.7 percent of respondents reporting that prices rose for the…

Connecticut high school students want mask mandates dropped now: ‘Kids are traumatized’

One Connecticut high school student is channeling his frustration and upset over the continued school mask mandates in his state into awareness, outreach and activism.  He wants others to know just how difficult the enforced mask wearing has been for students day in and day out, all through the pandemic — and why he thinks […]

Photos: Tens of Thousands of High School and College Students Gather in D.C. to March for Life

WASHINGTON, District of Columbia — Thousands of pro-life high school and college students from across the country gathered at the National Mall in Washington, DC, Friday to attend the 49th annual March for Life. A crowd of an estimated 50,000-plus mostly young people rallied near the Washington Monument before marching to the Supreme Court to…

Eurozone Hits Record 5 Per Cent Inflation in December, Energy Prices Remain High

Inflation numbers in the Eurozone hit a record high of five per cent in a single month in December, topping the previous record set the month before as high energy prices are believed to be driving the trend. Data released this week revealed that the Eurozone, which encompasses every country that uses the euro currency,…

China’s Industrial Profit Growth Slows in November on High Raw Material Prices

Profits at China’s industrial firms grew at a much slower pace in November, the country’s statistics bureau said on Dec. 27, as still-high raw material prices, a faltering property market, and weaker consumer demand weighed on factories’ margins. Industrial firms’ profit growth decelerated to 9 percent year-on-year in November to 806 billion yuan ($127 billion)—the…

First Take reacts to Mike Gundy apologizing for wearing an OAN shirt

Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Marcus Spears react to Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy’s apology video after wearing …

COVID-19: Omicron fears see high streets struggle this Christmas

New Jersey high school grad, 19, wins school board seat after suffering ‘awful’ coronavirus rules

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A young New Jersey man who graduated from high school last year after experiencing “awful” coronavirus rules during his senior year has won a seat on his local school board, according to reports. Nicholas Seppy, now 19, defeated school board incumbent Terry Alabarda in the Egg Harbor […]

Oxford High School denied Michigan attorney general's shooting investigation offer: 'Extremely disappointed'

The Oxford Community School District denied Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s offer to conduct a third-party investigation into the Nov. 30 school shooting that left four students dead and seven others injured, according to Nessel’s office. The attorney general said Monday she was “extremely disappointed” that the school district declined her offer to “devote the […]

Petition to Rename Oxford High Football Stadium After Student Who Ran at Shooter

A petition is circulating to rename the Oxford High football stadium after Tate Myre, the student who charged the shooter who attacked the school Tuesday. Breitbart News reported that a man who had coached Myre in football and wrestling said students kept telling him of how Myre ran toward the shooter instead of away from…

Omicron Variant Won’t Affect Australia’s Reopening: Health Minister

The Australian government has suspended flights from nine African countries as a precautionary measure against the emergence of the Omicron variant of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, which causes the COVID-19 disease. The nine countries of concern include South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Seychelles, Malawi, and Mozambique. Additionally, Australia has implemented four other…

Communist Officials Spy on Each Other as Power Struggle Intensifies

Commentary Wiretapping political opponents plays a significant role in the power struggle among Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials. China News Weekly, a state-run news magazine based in Beijing, recently published article on Liu Xinyun, vice governor of Shanxi Province since 2018. The article described Liu as a ruthless government official who “befriended political crooks and abused spying…

New Australia Post Facility to Meet Demand Before Christmas

Australia Post has opened a new parcel facility in Sydney to keep up with record demand amid Black Friday sales and in the lead up to Christmas. The new 20,000-square-metre facility is capable of processing over 100,000 parcels per day, bringing Australia Post’s total processing capacity in New South Wales to almost 1.5 million parcels…

Facts Matter (Nov. 26): People Ordered to Mask Up at Home; Fauci Says Definition of ‘Fully Vaccinated’ Could Be Changed

People in Santa Cruz, California, were ordered by their local government to wear masks in their own homes for Thanksgiving. Meanwhile, as the Biden administration is pushing vaccine manufacturers to increase their production, it’s worth considering the state of several highly vaccinated countries. For instance, both South Korea and Ireland have over 90 percent of…

Utility Company Shuts Off Power to 75,000 Californians on Thanksgiving Due to High Winds

Utility company Southern California Edison (SCE) shut off upwards of 75,000 Californians’ power on Thanksgiving Day as strong winds threatened to spark wildfires. Strong winds whipped through the southern portion of the Golden State from Wednesday night through Thursday, prompting the SCE to shut down power Thanksgiving morning to avoid wildfires, the LA Times reported.…

Bitcoin price soars to record high | Rob Schmitt Tonight

Bitcoin on Cusp of All-Time High Ahead of Futures ETF Listing

LONDON—Bitcoin hit a six-month high and was within striking distance of its all-time peak on Tuesday as traders bet an anticipated listing of a futures-based U.S. exchange-traded fund could herald investment flows into cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin, the world’s biggest cryptocurrency, rose as much as 1.5 percent during the Asia session to $62,991…

Hamas Terror Group Honors Al-Jazeera for ‘High Professionalism’ in Anti-Israel Coverage

The Palestinian Islamic terror group Hamas presented an award on Wednesday to Al-Jazeera, the Qatar-based network known for its anti-Israel news coverage, claiming the network possessed “high professionalism” for defending Palestinian positions during the recent conflict between Israel and Hamas that saw over 4,000 rockets indiscriminately fired by the Gaza terror group at Israeli population…

Report: Unvaccinated Students ‘Numbered’ with Sharpie and Tracked at High School Prom

Unvaccinated students attending the Exeter, New Hampshire, high school prom were “numbered” with a sharpie pen and then tracked throughout the evening, a New Hampshire parental rights advocate reported. Ann Marie Banfield, who writes at the blog Granite Grok, reported New Hampshire Rep. Melissa Litchfield, who represents the Brentwood district, posted to Facebook Tuesday that…

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