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Just days ago, Bloomberg estimated 30-year-old Sam Bankman-Fried's (SBF) personal wealth at an astonishing $16 billion. Now, the disgraced FTX founder is essentially bankrupt, and if there is a shred of justice in the world, soon headed for prison.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report

One thing you will not see is the mainstream media looking into failed crypto-exchange/ponzi scheme FTX. Why? It's founder, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) was the second largest Democrat Party donor after George Soros. SBF's parents were part of the financi

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Los Angeles County Drops Criminal Charges Against Konnech Chief Eugene Yu the Day After Midterm Elections

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Activist Post

New Hampshire lawmakers did not run afoul of the Constitution in making it a crime to ridicule people with false statements, the First Circuit held Tuesday, but a concurring judge said it's time for the Supreme Court to overrule its precedent in th

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This week in the dystopian Brave New World techno-hell, Oakland, California police publicly lobbied for legal permission to arm robots with shotguns for civilian law enforcement purposes: "The controversy began at the September 21 meeting of

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Nothing is Forgotten, Nothing Will Be Forgiven. On the very first day of this year I wrote that the pandemic was over and that only the most brainwashed true believers would cling to the absurd narratives that enabled it. Since then, all of it has b

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POLICE audio stated the GUY who attacked PELOSI was a FRIEND; Drone Footage Of Pelosi's House Break In Released!; Story That Does Not Make Sense; Pelosi Attacker's Websites Were Fakes; Pelosi Was Drunk Again, And In a Dispute With a Male Prostitu

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Zero Hedge

Outrage Ensues After The Atlantic Suggests 'Amnesty' For Pandemic Authoritarians. "We're not just going to forget what happened when our lives were turned upside down..."

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Real Clear Wire

Two weeks before the 2022 midterms, fear of crime is second only to worries over inflation and recession. Both issues - personal security and economic security - affect voters directly.