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President Joe Biden wiped $3.9 billion from the student loan records Tuesday.

More than 200,000 former students, who still owe on a federal student loan from their time at ITT Technical Institute will see their loan balances cleared, whether they’ve applied for forgiveness or not. Continue reading “President Biden forgives nearly $4 billion in student debt — what’s next?”

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At least 207 adult Oregonians died while homeless so far this year, according to preliminary data from the Oregon Health Authority.

This is the first time the state has had an estimate for the figure. Senate Bill 850, which passed last summer, now requires all Oregon counties to track how many die without shelter. It went into effect on Jan. 1. Continue reading “State data shows deadly impacts of homelessness across Oregon for first time”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

At the end of July, The Gateway Pundit reported on our legal efforts to unseal the list of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex clients – the men and women with whom Epstein traded sex with minors for favors or money or both.  Continue reading “WHO IS JOHN DOE?… Mysterious, Anonymous Power Broker is Attempting to Block Gateway Pundit from Accessing Epstein Client List”

FEE – by Brad Polumbo

Think your rent is too damn high? Well, taking a look at the latest figures out of Manhattan might make you feel better by comparison.  Continue reading “Rents for One-Bedroom Apartments in Manhattan Hit a Record High of $5,100 in July. Here’s Why”

Best Life – by Kali Coleman

The consumer landscape is far from stable these days. Over the past few years, companies have been dropping locations left and right as a number of different challenges impact nearly every business sector. This includes financial setbacks and staffing troubles that have been exacerbated by the pandemic and inflation rising to record heights. And mass closures aren’t stopping anytime soon. In April, analysts from the financial firm UBS said they project there will be between 40,000 and 50,000 retail stores in the U.S. closing over the next five years. This week, one popular chain revealed its closures are already in the works. Read on to find out which company is closing 135 locations starting in October. Continue reading “This Popular Chain Is Closing 135 Stores, Starting Oct. 21”

Breitbart – by Katherine Hamilton

Healthcare workers at NorthShore University Health System in Illinois are expected to receive $10.3 million in a “first-of-its-kind” class action settlement over the hospital’s coronavirus vaccine mandate, the Washington Examiner reported Monday.  Continue reading “Healthcare Workers Denied Religious Exemptions to Receive $10 Million in Vaccine Mandate Settlement”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Amazon workers’ recent historic win in New York to unionize turbocharged a labor movement now spreading from warehouses to its air cargo network.  Continue reading ““We’re Struggling”: Amazon Workers At Major California Air Hub Strike”

Natural News – by Ethan Huff

A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request has revealed that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been less than honest – to say the least – about Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines.” Continue reading “CDC confesses it LIED about dangers of covid vaccines to protect Big Pharma”

Epoch Times – by J.M. Phelps

The U.S. Army is expected to fall nearly 40,000 troops short of its recruiting goals over the next two years. Fiscal year 2022 is expected to miss the mark by 10,000 troops, while the number in fiscal year 2023 could reach 28,000. These figures mean that this year is on track to be the Army’s worst recruiting year in almost 50 years. Continue reading “‘Woke’ Military Policies to Blame for Recruitment Crisis, Servicemembers Say”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

The Nashville Predators Foundation and the state’s Police Department are partnering up to host an event in which respondents can turn in their firearms in exchange for goodies such as gift cards, preseason coupons, and giveaways. Continue reading “Gift Cards for Guns: Nashville Predators Foundation Teams with Metro Police Offering People $50 Kroger Card to Turn in their Firearms”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

US cotton prices continued to surge above the boom days of 2010-11 after a massive crop estimate cut by the USDA, shocking Wall Street analysts and traders, due primarily to a megadrought scorching farmland of Texas, according to BloombergContinue reading ““Worst I’ve Ever Seen”: Cotton Prices Soar After Historic USDA Cut Amid Megadrought”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

Last week Joe Biden told Americans the inflation rate was at 0%.

This was a bold-faced lie. The current Biden inflation rate is at 8.5%. This is a 40 year high.  Continue reading “More Lies: Joe Biden’s Magic 0% Inflation Is Costing American Families an Additional $717 a Month”

Dr. Joseph Mercola

As if the ongoing pandemics of COVID-19 and monkeypox aren’t enough, the New York health department is now urging residents to get vaccinated against polio, as the virus has been found in wastewater samples from two different counties. Continue reading “Is the Latest Polio Scare Actually Caused by the Vaccine?”

Reclaim the Net – by Ben Squires

Portland State University Professor Bruce Gilley was blocked from a Twitter account run by the University of Oregon for saying “all men are created equal.” He has filed a First Amendment lawsuit to get his account unblocked. Continue reading “Professor blocked for “all men are created equal” Twitter post files First Amendment lawsuit against University of Oregon”

New York Post – by Bernadette Hogan, Nolan Hicks, Jack Morphet, Bruce Golding

A luxury Manhattan hotel once touted as the “Lullabuy of Broadway” will soon be providing beddy-bye to hundreds of asylum-seeking migrants, The Post has learned. Continue reading “NYC moving migrants into famed luxury Times Square hotel”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

The New York City Department of Education (DOE) has agreed to allow 82 teachers suspected of submitting fake COVID-19 vaccination cards back on the payroll pending an internal review.  Continue reading “82 NYC Teachers Accused of Using Bogus Vaccination Cards Have Been Ordered Back on Payroll”