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New Tightness Looms on Minted Gold & Silver

It’s happening again. Even before the conflagration occurred in Washington DC last week, retail demand for gold and silver had been rising sharply since late last year. Add last week’s extraordinary events to the mix – fear of what the incoming Biden presidency will do, aggressive crackdowns by social media giants,...

Conservative Internet Providers Begin Blocking Twitter, Facebook from Servers

A Northern Idaho internet provider became the first to dish out to Silicon Valley social media sites a taste of their own medicine, the Gateway Pundit reported. YourT1Wifi announced that it was banning the companies over their active role in inciting anti-democratic behavior through a suppressive censorship campaign. Umm from my...

Blue Cross, Wall St. Corporations Cut Off Campaign Cash to Pro-Trump Congress Members

UPDATED 1:00 PM: A growing number of Wall Street banks and businesses have cut ties with President Donald Trump's campaign and financial arms, as well as the broader Republican Party, following last week's riots and insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The financial technology company Stripe has stopped processing payments for the...

Manufacturing Group Asks Pence to Invoke 25th Amendment, Remove Trump

The National Association of Manufacturers urged Vice President Mike Pence to “seriously consider” invoking the 25th Amendment and removing President Donald Trump from office after a pro-Trump rally devolved into chaos on Wednesday. CEO Jay Timmons released a statement on Wednesday calling on the “armed thugs” who broke into the...

Flight Attendant Union Wants Airlines to Ban Trump Supporters for ‘Mob Mentality Behavior’

The president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, an organization representing 50,000 flight attendants across 17 airlines, said commercial airline companies should ban Trump supporters from traveling with them because of their conduct. "The mob mentality behavior that took place on several flights to the D.C. area yesterday was unacceptable...

Outlook 2021: Supply/Demand Fundamentals for Precious Metals

The supply and demand fundamentals for precious metals markets got thrown into disarray this year, leading to heightened volatility – first on the downside, then on the upside. Although gold and silver will finish 2020 below their highs for the year, gold is still headed for an annual return of...

Outlook 2021: Further U.S. Dollar Debasement Ahead

In a year that was marred by a global pandemic and a wave of economic restrictions that crippled many small businesses, financial markets proved to be resilient. Of course, that resilience owes in no small part to the unprecedented outpouring of stimulus from Congress and the Federal Reserve. More stimulus is...

NY Business Owners Slam Cuomo for ‘Unfair’ Playoff Game Exception

New York business owners slammed Gov. Andrew Cuomo after he announced that thousands of Buffalo Bills fans would be allowed to attend the upcoming playoff game while businesses are forced to remain closed. Cuomo announced last week that he would make an exception to his shutdown order so that he...

QUID PRO QUO? Treasury Pick CA$HED In w/ Millions in Speaking Fees at Financial Firms

(Headline USA) Democrat Joe Biden’s choice to be Treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, collected more than $7 million in speaking fees over the past two years from major financial firms and tech giants. Despite evidence of widespread vote fraud, Biden has been declared by many to be the presumptive winner of...

BLACKBURN: $2,000 Stimulus Checks Put US on Path Toward ‘Guaranteed Minimum Income’

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., rejected an amendment pushed by Democrats and President Donald Trump to raise the stimulus checks from $600 to $2,000, calling it a path towards a “guaranteed minimum income.” Senate Republicans stalled the effort to increase the latest coronavirus relief package on Tuesday, citing concerns about the...

Fired Tyson Boss Says COVID Office Pool Was a ‘Morale Boost’ After Eric Holder-Led Probe

(Headline USA) Several plant managers for a major food distributor have been canceled by former Attorney General Eric Holder for making light of the coronavirus pandemic at the workplace. Don Merschbrock---a former night manager at the plant in Waterloo, Iowa---was among the seven supervisors fired for betting on how many...

New York City Loses 13.3 Percent of Chains; 1,057 Stores Out of Business

Chain retailers and restaurants fled New York City in record numbers in 2020, accelerating a trend that began in 2018, the New York Post reported. The Center for an Urban Future's 2020 "State of the Chains" report found that 1,057 chain stores in the city closed their doors this year,...

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