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Wind speeds fell dramatically in 2023, slowing turbines and decreasing renewable energy production across the United States even as billions of dollars were invested in building new wind power plants.

Wind energy proponents say breezes have increased in 2024, but critics warn the 2023 dip demonstrates the risks to the stability of the energy grid when it is even partially reliant on renewable sources tied to the weather.

Up to half of UCLA medical students now fail basic tests of medical competence. alexmark
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A DEI-fixated dean at UCLA's world-famous medical school has allowed standards to plummet by discriminating against white and Asian applicants, it is claimed. 

The David Geffen School of Medicine in Los Angeles boasts Nobel Prize winners on its faculty and accepts just 173 students out of the 14,000 who apply to it each year.

Long considered one of the best medical schools in the world, the University of California, Los Angeles's David Geffen School of Medicine receives as many as 14,000 applications a year. Of those, it accepted just 173 students in the 2023 admissions cycle, a record-low acceptance rate of 1.3 percent.

The Biden administration has announced a new $7.7 billion student debt relief initiative for 160,000 borrowers, a move that has been criticized by Republicans as "unconstitutional" and an "election year giveaway." 

UFC fighter Bryce Mitchell (AKA Thug Nasty) introduced newborn Tucker James to the world on Wednesday, declaring he would not be vaccinating his son or sending him to public school to avoid socialist indoctrination.

“Hey, I want to show you all Tucker James,” the UFC featherweight fighter said in an Instagram post. “He’s over 12 pounds now, he’s born at 7.8 pounds. So he’s very healthy. He’s doing very good.”

America’s universities are on fire. A protest movement against the violence in Gaza and U.S. colleges’ complicity in them has swept the nation, with encampments on college campuses in 45 of America’s 50 states. The crackdown has been swift; thousands of students have been arrested, charged, fined, lost their degrees, or even deported.