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Why Shortages Are Permanent: Global Supply Shortages Make Fantastic Financial Sense
The era of abundance was only a short-lived artifact of the initial boost phase of globalization and financialization. Global corporations didn’t go to all the effort to establish quasi-monopolies and cartels for our convenience–they did it to ensure reliably large profits from control and scarcity. Not all scarcities are artificial, i.e.
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Hunter Biden Sells 5 Pieces of Art for $75,000 Each in Los Angeles Show
Hunter Biden, the president’s son, reportedly sold at least five pieces of art for $75,000 each at his Los Angeles exhibit on October 1. “The Georges Berges Gallery sold the prints before the Oct. 1 opening of a ‘pop-up’ presentation in Los Angeles, a source familiar with the matter said Thursday,” the New
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California becomes first state to outlaw nonconsensual condom removal
California became the first state to prohibit “stealthing,” or removing a condom without permission during intercourse, after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law Thursday. The new measure amends the state’s civil code, adding the act to the state’s civil definition of sexual battery. That makes it clear that
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White House visitor logs inactive since June ?
The White House will post visitor log records on this page pursuant to President Biden’s voluntary disclosure policy. Visitor log disclosures will occur on a monthly basis. Read more about visitor logs in our press release announcing the policy. Visitors appear in the chart below, as well as in both .xlsx and .csv
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The US Navy sold 2 obsolete aircraft carriers to scrap dealers for a cent each
The US Navy sold two aircraft carriers to a ship-breaking company for 1 cent each after decades of service. The cut-price fee reflects the fact the company will profit from selling the ship metal for scrap, officials said. Naval Sea Systems Command, a US Navy suborganization, said it had agreed
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Democratic plan to have banks report accounts with more than $600
Democrats’ plan to have banks report all transactions over a certain amount to the Internal Revenue Service is mired in practical and privacy concerns, Republicans and some tax groups contend. President Joe Biden initially planned for banks to report all account inflows and outflows of over $600 to the IRS to help
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Government secretly orders Google to track anyone searching certain names, addresses, and phone numbers
The U.S. government is reportedly secretly issuing warrants for Google to provide user data on anyone typing in certain search terms, raising fears that innocent online users could get caught up in serious crime investigations at a greater frequency than previously thought. In an attempt to track down criminals, federal
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Biden warns on failing to lift debt limit: ‘A meteor is headed to crash into our economy’
President Joe Biden on Monday warned about the dangers of failing to raise the federal borrowing limit and blasted Republican lawmakers’ approach to the issue. “A meteor is headed to crash into our economy,” Biden said during a White House speech. “Democrats are willing to do all the work stopping
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FEMA has authority to SUSPEND LAWS and put you in one of their COVID isolation camps located across the United States
(Natural News) Most Americans really have no idea the power that FEMA wields; they mostly think it’s just some government rescue-type workers that help out after hurricanes, earthquakes and floods happen. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is actually a covert government with far more power than any other agency in
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Afghan Gun Shops Sell US Weapons Seized by Taliban
U.S. weapons and military equipment left behind during the United States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan are now being sold by gun dealers in the country. The New York Times interviewed weapons dealers in Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province who said Afghans have been selling an array of U.S. military gear that the Taliban seized from Afghan national
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