This Week in Historyby Dianne Hermann “If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand inneed of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.” Samuel Adams Oct 11-17, 2021 October 11 1809 – Explorer Meriwether Lewis dies at age 35 under mysterious
Clients at Goldman Sachs are starting to worry about stagflation (subpar growth and elevated inflation) which hasn’t been a thing since the early 1980s, Axios reports. If they’re worried, we should be as well. “Stagflation” was the most common word in client conversations this week as equity market volatility remained elevated. … [T]his week the
The Supreme Court may soon overturn Roe v. Wade. The truth that abortion is wrong is increasingly winning out.
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Thomas Malthus wasn’t really a bad man. It’s just that he had a really terrible idea—that the world always contains too many human beings. Put a little more gently: Malthus thought that human beings couldn’t be trusted to keep their numbers in check and maintain a prudent presence in the order of creation. Malthus, whose
Click here to view original web page at uncoverdc.com Project Veritas ( PV ) released Part 5 of ‘ COVID-19 Vaccine Exposed ‘ last night, featuring an employee turned whistleblower from COVID-drug manufacturer Pfizer. Melissa Strickler, a Manufacturing Quality Auditor at the company, produced emails of executives discussing the use of fetal cells in testing
The taxi driver pulls up to where I wait alongside my newly found acquaintances – like me, eager to split the exorbitant fare. He’s wearing an all-covering face mask, as well as one of those transparent visors that don’t do anything but put distance between you and others, physically and psychologically. In a place where
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