The American appetite for war and conflict has greatly deteriorated for good reason. For many citizens, the United States has been at war for most of their lives; those born in the 21st century will have never lived through a time of peace. It has come at a cost of not only our blood and
After the 2007-2009 financial crisis, the Great Recession it precipitated, the exceptionally sluggish recovery, and now the pandemic recession, the U.S. has essentially entered a new macroeconomic environment. For most of the 2010s there was a general consensus that inflation was not too much of a problem. This very complacency has now set the stage
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Dr. Anthony Fauci welcomed back mask mandates regardless of vaccination status on Friday during an interview on Fox News.
Bovard: The Coming “January 6” Train Wreck Authored by Jim Bovard, The January 6 Capitol clash may be the gift that keeps on giving to cynics everywhere. In the coming months, Americans will likely see jaw-dropping bureaucratic debacles, stunning abuses by federal prosecutors, and appalling bloodlust by angry Biden supporters. Perhaps the least likely outcome
Taibbi: The Luke Harding Experiment Authored by Matt Taibbi via TK News, Eight days ago, on July 15th, The Guardian published an apparent bombshell by reporting curiosity Luke Harding and two other writers, entitled, “Kremlin papers appear to show Putin’s plot to put Trump in White House.” The paper claimed to have gotten hold of
by ZeroHedge News Britain’s supermarkets are struggling to ensure adequate food supply after reports of panic hoarding due to what the British press calls “ping-demic” – a reference to being “pinged” by the NHS test-and-trace system. We noted on Monday that ping-demic was likely to “lead to food shortages,” and that is precisely what is happening today.
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