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#politics

Red State: Is the EATS Act a Lifeline for Struggling Farmers or a Threat to Animal Welfare?
Is the EATS Act a Lifeline for Struggling Farmers or a Threat to Animal Welfare?
Lawmakers are debating the EATS Act, which would allow individual states to regulate agriculture production within their own jurisdictions, causing a conflict between states' rights and animal welfare and public health standards. Proponents argue that large states like California should not be able to dictate agricultural practices across the nation, while opponents argue that the act would undermine efforts to promote animal welfare and public health. The main concerns are the influence of California over other states and the potential increase in grocery bills for consumers.


#society

Human Events: JOBOB: NASCAR offering ‘diversity’ internship that excludes white people
JOBOB: NASCAR offering ‘diversity’ internship that excludes white people
NASCAR's "Diversity Internship Program" exclusively favors racial minorities, excluding white applicants. The organization's other programs also prioritize minorities, while punishing drivers for any perceived racism.


#economy

National Review: ESG: Resolutions & Reporting
ESG: Resolutions & Reporting
A month has passed since the last discussion on ESG, with BlackRock's Larry Fink distancing himself from the term. BlackRock's support for shareholder proposals on environmental and social issues has sharply declined, while facing backlash from Republicans. The notion of "woke capital" is seen as a symptom of a deeper issue, as companies stray from their core mission of making money for shareholders. As more companies adopt ESG practices, it becomes harder for shareholder proposals to gain support, leading to concerns that metrics are being manipulated. The shift in behavior by asset managers reflects a decline in support for ESG proposals overall, with companies becoming increasingly focused on ESG to the detriment of economic return.




#culture

Fox News: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoy Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour in Los Angeles
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoy Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour in Los Angeles
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoyed a night out with Beyoncé, waving their hands in the air and recording her performance. They first met Beyoncé and Jay-Z in 2019 and became friendly, with Beyoncé sending Markle a supportive text after their interview with Oprah Winfrey.


#crime

Forbes: Escaped Murderer Within Two Miles Of Pennsylvania Prison, Officials Say
Escaped Murderer Within Two Miles Of Pennsylvania Prison, Officials Say
Officials in Chester County, Pennsylvania believe that escaped murderer Danelo Cavalcante is within two miles of the state prison where he escaped. Residents have been urged to stay inside and lock their doors. Cavalcante, who was sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder, was last seen on a residential Ring doorbell camera in a wooded area.


#sports

Fox News: Colorado pulls off upset over TCU in Deion Sanders' debut: ‘We told you we coming’
Colorado pulls off upset over TCU in Deion Sanders' debut: ‘We told you we coming’
Deion Sanders, head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes football team, proved his worth after leading the team to a 45-42 victory over No. 17 TCU in his Power Five debut. Despite criticism, Sanders' methods paid off as Colorado made a decisive stop in the fourth quarter to secure the win. Quarterback Shedeur Sanders and star recruit Travis Hunter played key roles in the victory. Sanders and the Buffaloes are prepared for their upcoming home game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.


#outdoors

Forbes: Burning Man Doused: 73,000 Stuck At Festival Amid Unprecedented Rain, Muddy Conditions
Burning Man Doused: 73,000 Stuck At Festival Amid Unprecedented Rain, Muddy Conditions
Despite heavy rain and muddy conditions at the Burning Man festival, police are working on evacuating attendees and providing aid as more rain is expected. The gate and airport in and out of the site remain closed, and attendees have been asked to conserve food, water, and fuel. Portable toilets cannot be cleaned, hindering departure plans for festival-goers.


#technology

Fox News: QakBot malware network is dismantled in major crackdown
QakBot malware network is dismantled in major crackdown
The U.S. government and international partners successfully dismantled the QakBot malware, a notorious cyber threat that has caused significant financial losses for businesses and agencies. The operation involved seizing control of servers and confiscating millions in cryptocurrency, but the threat of cybercrime remains. It is advised to have good antivirus software, use strong passwords, and consider identity theft protection to stay protected in the digital landscape.


#other

Newsbusters: Wall Street Journal vs. CNN, Pro Publica On Justice Thomas
Wall Street Journal vs. CNN, Pro Publica On Justice Thomas
Justice Clarence Thomas has been a target for the media since his nomination in 1991. The controversy surrounding his appointment was fueled by his race and conservative beliefs. Recently, the media has accused him of ethics violations. Journalist James Taranto criticizes the media's biased reporting and emphasizes the importance of honest and accurate journalism. The media's smear campaign against Justice Thomas highlights the prevalence of "crude propaganda" masquerading as news.