Ranked: The Biggest Fast Food Chains in America

That said, no one can compare to Subway in terms of sheer volume. The chain has over 25,000 locations, making it not only the biggest fast food chain in the country, but the most common retailer overall (even beating out dollar stores). It’s possible that America has seen peak Subway though — the number of locations has been steadily dropping since 2011.

Michelle Malkin, Candace Owens Speak Up on the Dangers of Mandatory HPV Shots

The issue of vaccination mandates is among the greatest threats to American liberty. Not only is our right to accept or refuse medical treatments under fire, but even the freedom to think for ourselves is rapidly crumbling under the weight of “settled science.” As our society continues to abandon civil discourse, both conservatives and liberals alike are all too eager to punish thought criminals who dare break from the acceptable talking points on the issue of vaccination. The only options are complete acceptance or silence. Little by little, however, bold Americans with sizable platforms are daring to take the third option and…

Bill Blain: Melt up or down?

There is massive danger is a reeling bond market.  If we see rising yields morph into a serious bond market meltdown, the melt-up in stocks could split and go rancid very quickly. Rising rates have massive negative implications for corporate credit and without the juice of further central bank easing – stock markets could well lose heart.

Food Is Freedom: How Washington’s Food Subsidies Have Helped Make Americans Fat and Sick

Beyond the simple fact that a tax on meat would be yet another example of government overreach, there are other problems with a meat tax. It is also based on a subjective and dubious interpretation of the effects of meat on both the environment and on personal health. Such a tax would, like existing taxes on sugar and tobacco products, disproportionately impact the poorest Americans.

The Fluoride-Induced American Holocaust Continues Unabated

Dr. Burk and Dr. Yiamouyiannis compared in a 1975 epidemiological survey the cancer mortality rate of central cities that were either fluoridated or unfluoridated. Prior to fluoridation, the cancer death rate remained identical for both sets of cities, but subsequent to fluoridation the cancer death rate skyrocketed in the fluoridated cities, but not in the unfluoridated ones.

It Is Time To Go: Over Half of All California Voters “Have Considered Leaving the State”

Cities all over the state are degenerating into drug-infested, crime-ridden hellholes that are literally being overrun by millions of rats.  California has some of the worst traffic in the entire world, unchecked illegal immigration is causing a whole host of social problems, and gang activity has become a massive problem.  On top of everything else, California is being constantly hit by wildfires, mudslides, earthquakes and other natural disasters.

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