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Vaccine Hesitancy: GloboCap’s Scarlet Letter Of 2021

This non-experimental experimental vaccine is truly a historic development, because apart from saving the world from a virus that causes mild to moderate flu-like symptoms (or, more commonly, no symptoms whatsoever) in roughly 95% of those infected, and that over 99% of those infected survive, the possibilities for future applications of messenger-RNA technology, and the genetic modification of humans, generally, is virtually unlimited at this point....

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Jay Powell: Yield Shield Or Pied Piper Of Disaster?

Is there no limit to monetary interventions? Are they forever consequence free? Can every economic and market problem be solved by ever more intervention? Anyone like myself that has questioned the efficacy of the ever more aggressive interventions we see from crisis to crisis has found these questions to be moot as time and time again central banks have shown to successfully not only erase any corrective activity in markets but also propel markets to ever new highs irrespective of...

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The ZeroCovid Movement: Cult Dressed as Science

It is unsurprising that the natural next step in this progression has been the development of a movement known as “ZeroCovid.” Its growing influence is, perhaps, predictable given that for nearly a year we have been inundated by the views of so-called experts seeking to legitimize their myopic worldview that public health is determined solely by prevention of Covid-19. https://www.aier.org/article/zerocovid-movement-cult-dressed-as-science/

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Don’t Cry For The Robinhood Gamblers—They Were Victims Of Their Own Greed And Stupidity

I don’t have any sympathy for anybody involved in this—hedge funds, the brokers, or the public. In the markets, eventually, everybody gets what they deserve. Still, the fact that some hedge funds have lost billions is front-page news. And the stock running from like $3 before collapsing from $450 to under $50 at the moment means plenty of late-arriving small fry will have been wiped out on the way down....

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The Texas Energy Scoreboard Since Feb 8: Coal Up 47%, Nat Gas Up 450%, Wind Down 93%

Between 12 a.m. on Feb. 8 and Feb. 16, wind power plunged 93% while coal increased 47% and gas 450%, according to the EIA. Yet the renewable industry and its media mouthpieces are tarring gas, coal and nuclear because they didn’t operate at 100% of their expected potential during the Arctic blast even though wind turbines failed nearly 100%. https://www.wsj.com/articles/texas-spins-into-the-wind-11613605698?mod=hp_opin_pos_1

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The Folly Of Military Alliances—A Historical Reminder

The problem is not just the willingness of American policymakers to go to war for no good reason, which is why “endless wars” entered the political lexicon. It is officials’ willingness to risk war without thinking. Especially by expanding military alliances. https://original.antiwar.com/doug-bandow/2021/02/14/washington-should-put-the-american-people-first-no-one-has-the-right-to-be-a-us-ally/

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Impeachment 2.0: The Dems Kneecap Themselves, Again

They seemed surprised that they couldn’t win a conviction based on vitriol, character assassination and slanted news coverage. And they were genuinely shocked when their doctored videos and fake evidence was exposed to the public as the fraud it was. This was supposed to be the final drubbing of Donald Trump, instead, it turned out to be a revealing window into the degraded soul of declining party. In the end, Trump walked away unscathed while the Dems were left licking...

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