The Street | August 9, 2023 Fresh off of the success of their boycott against Bud Light, social media political activists have set their sites on a new target. t might be a busy latter […]Read More
CNSNews.com Congressional Bureau Chief | Sept. 19, 2001 The terrorists who planned and executed the September 11 attack on America may have registered as many as 20 Internet domain names, or web addresses, that experts […]Read More
Redacted is proud to present “Peace, War and 9/11.” In this captivating documentary filmed six months before his passing, eminent scholar and lifelong peace activist Graeme MacQueen shares his final words on 9/11, the 2001 anthrax attacks, and the goal of abolishing war. “Peace, War and 9/11” is a production … Read more...Read More
The following is from Gallup News. Seventy-two percent of Fortune 500 Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs) foresee AI replacing jobs in their organization in the next three years. According to Gallup’s recent survey of 135 leaders in Gallup’s CHRO Roundtable, human resource leaders are also hopeful about the utility of … Read more...Read More
Since Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced his run for president, the corporate media has trashed him as a “conspiracy monger” for—among other alleged falsehoods— spreading the charge that the CIA was behind the assassination of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, and his father, Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
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“We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.” — Abraham LincolnRead More
Kim Jong Un Toasts Putin, Wishing ‘Great Victory’ Over Enemies
The meeting between Kim Jong Un and President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday in the far eastern city of Vladivostok was all that it was expected to be, with the North Korean strongman praising a “heroic” Russian army which will be
Wall Street Reacts To Today’s “Glass Half-Full, Glass Half-Empty” CPI Report
As discussed (and previewed) earlier, headline inflation came in at a faster-than-expected monthly pace in August, leaving the door open for additional interest-rate hikes from the Federal Reserve, although some focused on the moderation in shelter CPI,
RFK Jr. Telegraphs Threat To Abandon Democrat Party
The Democrat Party has a latent disaster on its hand vis a vis one RFK Jr.
On the one hand, they are fully dedicated to sabotaging his campaign. Under no circumstances
WTI Holds Yesterday’s Gains Despite Big Crude/Product Builds, US Production Hike
Oil prices extended gains overnight after EIA confirmed OPEC’s report that the world faces a huge supply shortfall.
Demand will eclipse supply by 1.2 million barrels a day on average during the second half, the IEA projected Wednesday. That
“Build New Cities. Maximize Human Prosperity.” That is the slogan of Prospera, an entity that creates what it calls “model cities” or “charter cities,” a privatization scheme built for investors like libertarians, etc., in other words, voracious capitalists. These cities have operated in foreign countries, like Honduras, a victim of … Read more...Read More
Our successor to This Week in the Guardian, This Week in the New Normal is our weekly chart of the progress of autocracy, authoritarianism and economic restructuring around the world. Somewhat delayed and curtailed this week, but you can blame 9/11 for that (along with so much else). 1. “Seriously … Read more...Read More
Thanks to taxpayer aid related to Covid, most hospitals operated at all-time profitability in recent years, according to analyses. And yet more are closing down maternity wards. Lisa Fletcher looks into the problem, reporting from Pennsylvania. Registered nurse Maggie Leister begins most days in the car, not to get to … Read more...Read More
Criminals In Washington Are Intentionally Crashing Into Vehicles To Carjack Them
Just when you thought you’d seen it all: now, criminals are intentionally wrecking vehicles in order to carjack them, according to a new report from KIRO7.
Bellevue Police in Washington are alerting motorists to a new carjacking
New Civics Program Can Help Bolster American Democracy
Proposed changes to the U.S. citizenship exam have renewed the question of how many natural-born American citizens could pass this basic civics test. The troubling answer is that one in three can’t. Healthy democracy
USAF Shares New Images Of B-21 Raider
America’s newest stealth bomber may be nearing its first test flight, with speculations suggesting it could take place as soon as December.
The United States Air Force has released never-before-seen angles of Northrop Grumman’s B-21 Raider ahead of the maiden flight. The first
First Case Of White Dot Syndrome Emerged After COVID-19 Vaccine And Subsequent Infection, Study Shows
Authored by Mary Gillis via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),
Scientists from New Zealand have uncovered the first case of a rare eye disease linked to both the COVID-19 vaccine and the virus itself,