Author: Ben Zeisloft

Consumer Sentiment Plummets To Lowest Level Since 1950s

Americans’ sentiment about the economy is more pessimistic than at any time in the past seven decades, according to the University of Michigan’s most recent Survey of Consumers. The index reading of 50 in June reflects a severe drop since May and the lowest level since 1952, according to The Wall Street Journal, and is …

BREAKING: Federal Court Places Hold On Juul Ban

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit reportedly approved a halt on a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) order banning sales of Juul e-cigarette products. The company said in its filing that the FDA “cannot credibly argue that there is a critical and urgent public interest” in removing its products from the …

‘This Is Not Over’: Biden Reacts To The End Of Roe

President Joe Biden reacted to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade in a speech to the nation on Friday afternoon. “Today, the Supreme Court of the United States expressly took away a constitutional right from the American people that it had already recognized,” Biden said, per CBS News. “They didn’t limit it. They simply …

Here Are The Woke Businesses Vowing To Cover Travel Costs For Employees’ Abortion Tourism

After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, several businesses announced that they would fund employees’ decisions to seek abortions in other states. The 1973 opinion — which argued that the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution protects abortion — was overturned through the court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. After …

WATCH: AOC Chants ‘Into The Streets’ After Roe Ruling, Ignores Chance To Condemn Pro-Abortion Violence

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) joined calls for Americans to get “into the streets” after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday. Protesters in favor of and against the 1973 opinion — which argued that abortion is protected under the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution — gathered in front of the Supreme Court as …

Federal Government Agrees To Cancel Student Debt For 200,000 People

The U.S. Department of Education settled a class action lawsuit arguing that the agency was ignoring students’ loan cancellation claims — a move that resulted in the nixing of $6 billion in debt. The case — Sweet v. Cardona, formerly Sweet v. DeVos — represented 264,000 people constituting the “current borrower defense backlog,” according to …