The Jackpot Chronicles Scenario #4: Atlas Shrugged
Update (1400ET): Something must be really worrying Democrats. There appears to be a full court press effort to delay and defer any and every effort to audit Maricopa County's election results.
Global inflation is headed into overdrive as the leading food price indicator that is the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index increased for an 11th consecutive month in April, hitting levels not seen since May 2014, w
While there's evidence of volcanic activity in Mars' ancient past, it was presumed to have been quiet for millions of years.
The Federal Reserve just released its semi-annual Financial Stability Report and it is the most 'risk averse' that we can remember.
Japanese newswire Kyodo just confirmed that Japan plans to extend its state of emergency which covers Tokyo, Osaka, Hyogo and Kyoto prefectures.
CNN's Michael Smerconish says that people who don't take the vaccine should be socially ostracized and shunned by their friends and family.
"It was worth being a bubble, just to have held that rainbow for thirty seconds.."
Graphene just keeps getting weirder. Engineers at ETH Zurich have now managed to tweak the overachieving material so that some parts of a flake can be an electrical insulator while other areas act as a superconductor, just nanometers apart.
We've all known that nationalizing student loan debt would turn out to be a terrible decision (just as it is when the government nationalizes any industry).
Joe Biden is in a pickle.
The top scientist in the US Space Force said last week that human augmentation should be embraced and that it is "imperative" for the US military to start working on such technology that could create a type of super-soldier.
The terms nationalism and patriotism have very similar and difficult-to-differentiate definitions, but are worth reflecting on a time when they are more popular than ever.
What ultimately ended the nihilist Soviet system? Was it not that Russians finally tired of the Kremlin's lies and hypocrisies that permeated every facet of their falsified lives?
I have had the privilege of teaching politics and history to college students for well over a decade, and I noticed a significant change among my students in the past few years:
Did you know that the price of corn has risen 142 percent in the last 12 months?
You probably know somebody who has legitimately died of covid. Trouble breathing, a trip to the ER in an ambulance, transfer to ICU. Then the most ominous word of 2020, ventilator. They may as well name it the terminal ventilator because that's gen
Sustainable agriculture and responsible land stewardship are the answer to global food insecurity, not dousing our planet with more chemicals.
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Another month, another blowout trade report from China.
Trials to start in the second half of next year.
Is lying on the Internet acceptable? We will discuss how our honesty is used against us by various threats like doxxers, criminals, and Big tech social media. Lying is considered a moral issue that we are all bound to reject. Do you feel guilt when y
Under the guise of addressing HIV/AIDS, UN agencies and Western-backed non-government groups called on governments to legalize drug use, prostitution called for sexual autonomy for children.
Hungarians with government-issued immunity cards can now go indoors to a host of recreational venues, as part of the country's loosening of coronavirus restrictions.
In a shining example of the inexorable march of technology, IBM has unveiled new semiconductor chips with the smallest transistors ever made.
S&P futures rose overnight alongside European and Asian market in another quiet session, as commodities smashed higher ahead of a blockbuster jobs report (whispers of a 2MM+ print)
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach called the Fed's bluff late last month, telling investors during an interview that he suspected the central bank was merely "guessing" about the impact of inflation being "transitory".
No Help for Corporate Profits
Stocks drifted overnight only to puke at the cash open, but that selling was abruptly ended after Merkel said she did not support Biden's socialist position of giving away vaccine-makers' IP.
It appears we were overly cynical when we said just an hour ago that we won't be holding our breath to find out if any other state will join Montana in ending many unemployment benefits in response to the unprecedented worker shortage.
On May 5th, the US State Department announced that it had reached a $13 million settlement with defense contractor Honeywell.
By turning modern scientific tools on an antibiotic discovered 70 years ago, researchers have unearthed a previously unknown mechanism it uses to pierce and pop superbugs like balloons.
The island government 90 miles off the Florida shore can brag all it wants about its health care and educational systems that have "made Cuba great." But massive numbers of people have rejected that sorry system as demonstrated by their migration
China's 2019 greenhouse gas emissions exceeded those of the United States and the rest of the developed world combined, according to CNBC, citing a Thursday report by the Rhodium Group - a New York-based advisory group founded in 2003 by China expert
Have you noticed that the corporate media has been repeatedly using the word "violent" to describe what the summer of 2021 is going to be like?
Turkey's Military Aggression In Iraq, Syria, Yemen, & Caucasus Signals Proxy Conflict With Iran
Comedian Trevor Noah raged against health authorities in the U.S. insisting that people who have received the vaccine will still be subject to COVID-19 restrictions, arguing this will discourage others from getting the jab.
While traveling aboard Air Force One for President Joe Biden's visit to Louisiana on Thursday, White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre bluntly stated that "we support" Ukraine's ambition to join NATO.
Inflation and shortages are the two big stories for the U.S. economy this week. In recent days I have done multiple articles about inflation, and so today I want to focus on the widespread shortages that we are currently witnessing.
CBS News reports "Covid Vaccine Boosters" to be delivered by "patches & pills" that contain tracking nanotech. Dr. Mercola has announced that, due to Big Pharma's terrorist threats against his and his family's life, he is removing all Covid-1
A free-spirited man has transformed an old ambulance into an incredible home on wheels with just $14,000 and is now embracing life on the road, after quitting his successful marketing career to become a nomad.
Last week, we first highlighted an unusually large position being built in Eurodollar Mid-Curve options anticipating a Fed hawkish shift in outlook built around the Jackson Hole event held in late August.
Victorians building new homes will be denied the choice to pick their preferred heating and cooking appliances in the hope that this will stop storms and droughts for their great grandchildren.
-- TGP Reporter Confronts AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs -- Katie Hobbs Runs! (VIDEO)
Kary Mullis was an American biochemist. In recognition of his invention of the polymerase chain reaction technique (PCR), he shared the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Michael Smith and was awarded the Japan Prize in the same year.
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday appeared to launch a new communications platform, coming several months after he was suspended from Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms.
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