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November 14, 2023
Voters in a small Michigan town removed their entire city board after they approved a Chinese electric vehicle battery factory.
Plus a number of Republican presidential candidates have left the race.
Michigan community ousts entire township board over approval of Chinese factory
BY AMY JO UNDERWOOD
The five Republican board members who approved the project were replaced in a recall election by nonpartisan candidates, who
immediately changed the locks on government buildings so that the former officials could no longer enter.
The factories in dispute are operated by Gotion, a company based in China that hosted official trips to communist memorials two
years ago during which employees. . .
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Republican presidential primary field begins to thin
BY DOUG BLAIR
South Carolina Senator Tim Scott had struggled to break through in the crowded campaign field, with poll numbers resting in the
low single digits since he initially announced his candidacy in May. Scott had an average of only 2% in the polls before he left
Scott’s exit comes on the heels of former Vice President Mike Pence suspending his campaign last month. Pence had also languished
in the. . .
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Opinion: How Bank of America threatened our ministry to impoverished Ugandans
BY STEVE HAPP
I’ll never forget my first trip to Uganda. And now I’ll never forget the day Bank of America put my ministry’s help to the people
there into disarray.
I had never seen poverty like I saw on that initial journey to the African nation. I walked by people carrying jugs to the nearest
river—sometimes several miles away—to fetch water. While it’s common in America for college students to gain the “freshman
fifteen,” there I met students who considered themselves blessed to get one meal a day. Students glad to eat. . .
Businesses in the ‘freedom economy’ say college graduates are unprepared for the workplace
BY BEN ZEISLOFT
RedBalloon, an anti-woke job platform, and PublicSquare, a marketplace which connects patriotic businesses with customers, found
in their most recent survey of freedom economy small businesses that 67% of the companies “strongly” believe that universities are
not “graduating students with relevant skills that today's business community needs.”
When respondents were presented with a choice between a candidate with a four-year degree. . .
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