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The following article, Democratic voters keep rejecting candidates with far-left ideas, was first published on BizPac Review. Andrew Trunsky, DCNF Nina Turner’s collapse in an Ohio special election Tuesday is the latest in a string of defeats for the left, with Democratic voters repeatedly […] Continue reading Democratic voters keep rejecting candidates with far-left ideas
Democrats are intending to hide major budget deficits in the partisan reconciliation package that they will try to force through in the coming weeks. The post Budget reconciliation instructions likely to assume deficits appeared first on The Liberty Loft.
Democrats have bashed the police for the past several years, but several are making overtures trying to win over law enforcement once again. The post Fund the Police appeared first on The Liberty Loft.
Senate Finance Chair Ron Wyden filed an amendment to the infrastructure bill on Wednesday aimed at making clear that reporting rules for enforcing taxes on cryptocurrency transactions wouldn’t apply to certain intermediaries. The post Wyden-led amendment would clarify cryptocurrency reporting rules appeared first on The Liberty Loft.
As the Delta variant spreads across the United States and the world, a growing number of public health officials and public leaders are once again sounding the cry for immediate action. Australia locked itself into a seemingly never-ending cycle of lockdown-type restrictions whereby they automatically take drastic measures anytime they discover a case. Although not
Volatility Supply/Demand Dynamics Are Completely Broken Earlier today we discussed the “incredible anchor” that has emerged around the 4,400 level in spoos and as more traders inquire what is behind this strange attractor, Nomura’s Charlie McElligott has followed up on this writing that the 4,400 strike continues to choke markets and dealers on “long gamma”
Grill Maker Weber’s IPO Downsized, Prices Below Expectations Grill maker Weber Inc. downsized its IPO by half and priced lower than expected. The latest filing from the Palatine, Illinois-based company said it sold approximately 18 million shares around $14 each, raising $250 million. The company initially marketed 47 million shares between the $15-$17 range to raise as much
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