US Refuses To Discuss With Marshall Islands About Nuke Damage

US Refuses To Discuss With Marshall Islands About Nuke Damage

US lawmakers are not worried that the people of the Marshall Islands haven’t been properly compensated. Instead, they fear China could move in. The US is refusing to engage with the Marshall Islands on compensation for environmental and health damage...
read more
FDA is going to take 55 years to disclose all of the Pfizer vaccine data

FDA is going to take 55 years to disclose all of the Pfizer vaccine data

The 1967 FOIA law requires federal agencies to respond to information requests within 20 business days. However, the time it takes to actually get the documents “will vary depending on the complexity of the request and any backlog of requests already...
read more
Lawmakers Question Biden’s Unconstitutional Ongoing Occupation Of Syria

Lawmakers Question Biden’s Unconstitutional Ongoing Occupation Of Syria

A bipartisan group of 30 House representatives penned a letter to President Biden questioning US airstrikes and the US military presence in Syria. In February and June of this year, the US bombed Shia militia targets in Syria and cited Article...
read more
U.S. is expanding its biggest overseas spy base

U.S. is expanding its biggest overseas spy base

RAF Menwith Hill, America’s largest overseas spy base, located in the UK, is to be expanded, and for reasons we can only guess at – although they’re unlikely to be positive. A planning application by the UK’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) that...
read more
Two FED Presidents Hit The Alarm Over The Broken Treasury Market

Two FED Presidents Hit The Alarm Over The Broken Treasury Market

In the usual post-FOMC meeting jawboning circus, today we had not one but two Fed officials discussing not the topic du jour – Fed policy errors and soaring inflation – but something far more ominous: the broken Treasury market. Just...
read more
The Taper Begins

The Taper Begins

After announcing it would do it two weeks ago, day ago the NY Fed published its first post-taper POMO schedule, which sees a drop from $80 billion in TSY purchases, a number which had been flat ever since the spring...
read more
USA vs. China

USA vs. China

In recent years, America’s unsuccessful attempts at containing China as a rival hegemon has only served to promote Chinese antipathy against American capitalism. China is now retreating into the comfort of her long-established moral values, best described a...
read more
Pentagon Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Vaccine Mandates

Pentagon Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Vaccine Mandates

Service members from all five branches of the U.S. military, federal employees, and federal civilian contractors have joined in a class-action lawsuit against the Department of Defense over its COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The 24 plaintiffs “face a deadline ...
read more
Infrastructure Bill Mandates Drunk-Driver Detectors For New Cars

Infrastructure Bill Mandates Drunk-Driver Detectors For New Cars

The $1 trillion infrastructure bill – a bipartisan 2,702-page bill that has been locked in negotiations for months between Democrats and Republicans will mandate all new vehicles must have the technology to detect drunk drivers and alert systems to ch...
read more
US Hits 70% Vaccination Rate A Month Behind Schedule

US Hits 70% Vaccination Rate A Month Behind Schedule

US Hits 70% Vaccination Rate A Month Behind Schedule As Delta Continues To Surge. The United States on Monday hit President Joe Biden’s goal of administering at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine to 70 percent of American adults—a...
read more
Lloyd Austin’s Visit To Vietnam Aimed At Forming Anti-China Coalition

Lloyd Austin’s Visit To Vietnam Aimed At Forming Anti-China Coalition

Retired four-star general U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin became the first high-ranking official of the Biden administration to visit Vietnam. The new U.S. defense chief’s first trip to Southeast Asia was by no accident as Washington is hoping it can...
read more
The FED: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing

The FED: They Cannot End Quantitative Easing

When the economy was shut down in March 2020, the government responded with massive fiscal and monetary support. The fiscal stimulus totaled $4T+ in relief packages. All of this spending was paid for with debt issued by the Treasury. The...
read more
Biden Plans Anti-Monopoly Executive Order

Biden Plans Anti-Monopoly Executive Order

Biden Plans Anti-Monopoly Executive Order Targeting Big Business. Today, a US district judge tossed out an anti-trust case brought against Facebook by the federal government and a coalition of states (swiftly sending the tech giant’s market cap past the...
read more
Bill C-36 provides a financial incentive to accuse others of hate speech

Bill C-36 provides a financial incentive to accuse others of hate speech

In addition to fines of up to $50,000, the bill also proposes for a “victim” of hate speech to be compensated with a payment (by the accused) of up to $20,000. Similar to a lawsuit, but with the government acting...
read more
US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable

US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable

US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable, China foreign ministry says. China says it is definitely “unacceptable and intolerable” that the US is spying on the leaders of its European allies and others around the world, stressing that Washington...
read more
1 2 3 7