Inflation Fears Are Justified -NOW

As American society is working towards reestablishing its sense of normality from the Covid 19 pandemic, citizens are seeing price jumps on everyday materials across the landscape of global production from cars and computers to lumber and food. When consumer demand continues to increase with record backlogs of supply, inflation risks intensify across the market. Semiconductors, steel, lumber, cotton, housing, computers, cars and certain foods are all amongst the industries experiencing the most production difficulty. According to a JPMorgan Chase report, global manufacturing output prices are at the highest levels…

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Report: Democratic States Lost Double the Jobs Than Republican States in Pandemic

Closed Sign On Door

According to a recent study, states that voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential election lost more than twice the number of jobs during the pandemic on average than states who voted for Donald Trump. According to a report from the Daily Mail, states that voted for Biden on average lost 6.2 percent of jobs, while states that voted for Trump only lost 2.5 percent of jobs. The Daily Mail analysis cites one of the main reasons for the difference in job loss rates could be the varying severity of…

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Amazon just banned this book

In a letter to Amazon this week, a group of Republican U.S. senators demanded to know why the retail giant suddenly removed a book by political philosopher Ryan Anderson. The book, “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Movement,” scrutinizes the prevailing transgender orthodoxy we see pouring out of leftist activism, the LGBT movement, the mainstream media, and, increasingly, modern healthcare institutions. Responding to this clear case of partisan censorship, Sen. Marco Rubio and three of his GOP colleagues fired off a letter to Amazon demanding answers. “We write…

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The Truth About DC Statehood

The House of Representatives on Thursday voted along party lines to establish Washington, DC as the 51st state. The areas surrounding the National Mall, White House, and Capitol Hill would remain a federal district. The remainder of DC would be granted statehood and be known as the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth (named after Frederick Douglass). Democrats claim the push for statehood is in the best interest of the area’s residents. But in reality, it has nothing to do with these folks and everything to do with power. Washington is…

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The elderly won the pandemic

If you think older Americans have struggled to cope through the pandemic, think again. According to new research by financial services firm Edward Jones, they have actually been faring far better than their younger counterparts. The Edward Jones and Age Wave Study focused exclusively on how different generations have held up emotionally and financially in the months since the lockdowns began, and some of its findings are at least as startling as how quickly even 70-year-olds came to love Zoom. “COVID-19’s impact forever changed the reality of many Americans, yet…

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The One Positive Outcome of The Student Debt Crisis

College Graduate Wearing Face Mask

Just how much are all those stories about crippling student debt having on college campuses? You have only to ask post-millennials now trying – although not always successfully – to avoid being saddled with the same heavy burden of debt as their predecessors. Not only did 83 percent of current college students surveyed consider what their total costs would be before matriculating – just 69 percent of recent graduates had such foresight – but 39 percent of them said the potential price tag was such “a huge factor” that they…

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Futurologist Says Corona Will Leave the World a Better Place

Matthias Horx

“I am often asked these days when Corona will “be over” and everything will return to normal. My answer: never. There are historical moments when the future changes direction. We call them bifurcations. Or deep crises. This is one of those times.” Futurologist Matthias Horx shows in his corona reverse forecast how we will be surprised when the crisis is ‘over’. The world as we know it is dissolving. But behind it, a new world is coming together, the shape of which we can at least guess. To do so,…

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Antifa and BLM Vandalize Monument in New York

Protest In New York City

Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA protesters fought with New York City Police officers and vandalized the USS Maine National Monument Thursday night in Manhattan. The protesters marched to different areas of mid town Manhattan, including the New York Times headquarters where they chanted “F*** The New York Times.” They also marched to the USS Maine National Monument at Columbus Circle, near the entrance to Central Park. They vandalized the statue while raising transgender rights flags. The monument commemorates the sailors that were killed on the ship when it was sunk…

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Derek Chauvin in Solitary Confinement for 23 Hours a Day

Derek Chauvin

Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin has been moved to the state’s highest-security prison, where he is in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. A jury pronounced Chauvin guilty on all three counts in George Floyd’s death after roughly 10 hours of deliberation. Chauvin was transported to the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Oak Park Heights after the verdict. He was immediately moved to an isolated wing of the prison. Chauvin will be alone in his cell — which contains a bench, mattress pad, shower, and toilet-sink combination — 23 out of…

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Facebook Censors Another Huge Story


Facebook is censoring the New York Post. Again. Facebook users reported that they weren’t able to share the link to a story that the Post published about Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ recent multimillion-dollar “real estate buying binge.” The Post reported that as Black Lives Matter protests and riots ensued last year after the killing of George Floyd, the group’s co-founder purchased four luxury homes worth a total of $3.2 million. The Post article emphasized the irony of Khan-Cullors, a self-proclaimed Marxist, using money from her movement to buy…

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