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Daily Red Alert - 7/25/22

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Facebook Provides $150 Million in Funding to Zuckerberg’s ‘Supreme Court’ - Breitbart

“Axios reports that Facebook (now known as Meta) announced a new three-year $150 million commitment to fund its global content oversight board, which is designed to act as an allegedly independent review board, analyzing the company’s decisions and policies.”

Biden’s America: Rising Prices Causing Nearly Half of Americans to Cut Back on Driving - Breitbart

“Nearly half of Americans have been forced to cut back on basic activities such as driving, and over one-third said they have now go grocery shopping less often, an Echelon Insights survey released this week found.”

COVID vaccine mandates from Biden admin may cripple National Guard - Fox News

“June 30 marked Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s arbitrary deadline for members of the National Guard and Reserves to receive the COVID-19 vaccine despite Congress’ mandate that the Department of Defense establish uniform procedures under which service members can be exempted.”

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is paying the price for going ‘woke’ - New York Post

“Only a few years after opening all of its bathrooms to the general public as a grand social-justice gesture, the coffee chain is closing stores around the country — mostly in big, progressive, Democrat-run cities — because the locations have become too dangerous for customers and staff.”

Disney Fires Employees Who Requested Religious Accommodations - First Liberty

“The Orlando-based theme park recently fired three employees for speaking up about the company’s religious discrimination and violations of state law regarding COVID-19.”

RedBalloon in the News

ICYMI: The Bee Weekly: FreedomFest and The Best Video Games Ever - Babylon Bee

“Kyle sits down with Andrew Crapuchettes, from Red Balloon, who is trying to connect freedom-loving employers with people who just want to work without compromising their beliefs and values.”

The Daily Red Alert is a collection of stories that relate to the issues of freedom in the workplace, business, and the US economy.

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