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WHISTLEBLOWER: Amazon Forces Employees to Confess ‘Unconscious Racial Bias’

Amazon regularly forces its employees to confess their “unconscious racial bias” in meetings with other employees, according to a company whistleblower. About once a month, Amazon holds “town halls” where vice presidents of the company are “forced to talk about how they grew up with unconscious biases” and “white privilege,”...

Blue State Govs. Urge Businesses to Speak Out Against Election Laws

(David Bass, Carolina Journal) North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is leading a nationwide effort in cooperation with Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to encourage business leaders to publicly oppose states that pass election-reform laws. “We are asking the business leaders in our states, and throughout the country, to add their voices to...

Biden’s ‘Green Reset’ Could Be Great for Silver

As top officials around the world convene this week for a “climate summit,” President Joe Biden’s administration is planning the most radical expansion of government’s role in the economy since FDR’s New Deal. The objective is nothing short of transitioning the entire U.S. and world economy to “clean energy” –...

The Next Key Level for Gold

Gold rallied last week toward the top of a down-trending channel that has been in force since prices peaked last summer. A breakout attempt in early January failed. The gold market subsequently slumped to a potential double-bottom low in March around $1,675/oz. The $1,800 level now looms as a critical technical...

Ark. Senate Votes to Remove Sales Taxation from Gold & Silver

(Jp Cortez, Sound Money Defense League) The Arkansas Senate just overwhelmingly approved a bill which helps Natural State citizens protect themselves from federal dollar devaluation. Introduced by Senator Mark Johnson and Representative Delia Haak, Senate Bill 336 removes sales and use tax on purchases of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium coins and bullion in Arkansas. Arkansas Senators...

Black Activists Call for ‘Insane’ Boycott of Home Depot over Ga. Election Law

Georgia leaders representing more than 1,000 churches in the state encouraged leftists to boycott Home Depot, arguing the company didn’t denounce Georgia’s new election-integrity law in strong enough terms. "A boycott is not something we wanted to do, but now it is something that we must do," Bishop Reginald Jackson...

Parler Agrees to Let Big Tech Filter Content in Return for Re-Platforming

After Apple faced harsh backlash for colluding with other tech companies to censor conservative supporters of former president Donald Trump, it agreed Monday to allow Parler back on its app store. However, the deal kept open the possibility that Apple may yet censor Parler content deemed to be too conservative. The social-media...

Facing MAGA Boycott, Coke Gets Big Boost from China and Global Markets

The self-sustaining eco-system of woke activism revealed itself during Coca-Cola's recent first-quarter financial reports as the company tapped growing Chinese markets to stem its US losses. The Atlanta-based beverage company is facing nationwide boycotts from conservatives after its leftist CEO James Quincey offensively stepped into a political debate over election...

Mich. Bar & Restaurant Job Losses During Pandemic Lockdowns Greater than Neighboring States

(Bruce Walker, The Center Square) A new study published by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy concludes states in the Great Lakes region with the strictest lockdown measures also suffered the greatest increases in job losses. “The Costs of Michigan’s Second Lockdown” was authored by Chris Douglas, the department chair of...

What Skyrocketing Home Prices Say About Inflation

Anyone who says inflation isn’t a problem hasn’t tried shopping for a new home recently. Housing costs are skyrocketing. The median sales price of existing homes has spiked 16% over the past 12 months (from $270,400 to $313,000) – the fastest pace in 15 years. The real estate market is being...

Big Pharma CEO: ‘Annual Revaccination’ Likely Needed for COVID Strains

People will likely need a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine within one year, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in a recently released statement. Bourla also stressed the likelihood that people will need to be vaccinated annually, CNBC reported. “A likely scenario is that there will be likely a need for...

Central Banks May Ramp Up Gold Buying

Ignore what central bankers are saying; instead, watch what they are doing. While they poo-poo gold or pretend it doesn't exist, global central banks have been quietly but aggressively accumulating gold bullion for several years now. The Central Bank of Russia, for example, has been a consistent buyer of gold. Other...

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