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Zuck’s Crypto—Straight From The Deep State Vaults

Diem’s chief executive, Stuart Levey, who came aboard last year, is a former U.S. Treasury undersecretary and spent eight years as top attorney at HSBC Holdings PLC. He played a central role in designing the George W. Bush administration’s sanctions on Iran as the Treasury Department’s first undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence. Diem’s chief executive, Stuart Levey, the Treasury Department’s first undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence...

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Biden’s “America the Beautiful” Vision Ignores Feds’ Dreadful Record

Regardless, he is reaping applause for pledging to fight climate change, protect biodiversity, expand parkland, and other courageous positions. Biden is launching the initiative regardless of the feds’ own dreadful environmental record. As law professor Jonathan Turley observed, “the government remains the nation’s premiere environmental felon.” https://www.aier.org/article/bidens-america-the-beautiful-vision-ignores-feds-dreadful-record/

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A Real Law & Order Campaign For The GOP: Abolish The FBI!

Enough is enough! When justice no longer involves the neutral or equal application of the laws, it ceases to be justice. I realize, of course, that there will be no FBI reform under Biden. Therefore, I strongly urge the Republican Party to make the abolition of the FBI—shutting down the agency and then reconstructing it from the ground up—key provisions of its campaigns both in 2022 and 2024....

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Lurking Behind The Mask Cult: Collateral Illnesses And Totalitarian Impulses

Who should we believe, medical scientists at Stanford or the Gates? Nick Dearden, executive director of Global Justice Now, characterized Gates’ remarks — and the ideological framework behind them — as “disgusting.” “Who appointed this billionaire head of global health?” asked Dearden. “Oh yeah, he did.” https://drsircus.com/general/mask-madness-the-death-of-science/

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Why The Collapse Of Stonks Is Near—120 Years Of Proof

Looking at the line chart as a whole, the S&P 500 has gone through long periods of good returns (green boxes) alternating with just as long periods of bad returns (red boxes). For the 111+ years, the time spent in good periods is nearly the same length as time spent in bad periods; 55+ years. It isn’t hard to imagine that at 8.5 years minimum historically, the good and bad periods lasted long enough to condition investors to expect the same indefinitely....

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Lost In The Culture Wars—Why The Republican Party Is Useless

“It wasn’t something that was an important issue for President Trump, and so many of our base voters align themselves with President Trump. It’s almost like now debt, deficits, spending become abstract issues that a lot of folks aren’t paying attention to and should be,” he said. There was a “political evolution,” Thune said, and the fiscal conservatism that was a core tenet of the Tea Party “got displaced … by the more populist elements” of the Republican Party....

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Crypto Madness—The Next Great Inflation

While Bitcoin and its many relatives (see below) are each individually limited by math, the number of different brands is unlimited. This means the aggregate supply of cryptocoins is virtually unlimited. Thus the prognosis isn’t good: The aggregate is what counts and since it is, for all intents and purposes, unlimited, as the aggregate supply approaches infinity, by the Law of Supply and Demand, the value approaches zero. This drop in value would be experienced as price inflation...

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Agent Provocateur: Why Maxine Waters Wanted a Mistrial for Derek Chauvin

We also have to question why someone as politically experienced as Maxine Waters would so brazenly deliver a message of incitement, knowing the optics and, more importantly, that her words and conduct would only serve the interests of the defense in claiming that this was textbook intimidation of both judge and jury.  Why would a ruthless, calculating, lifelong professional left-wing s—kicker like Waters knowingly cross state lines to, if not incite, certainly agitate for continued...

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Peak Liquidity: The Fed Is Arrogantly Playing With Fire

The amount of liquidity pumped into the markets and the economy in the last year dwarfs anything we’ve seen in history. Markets certainly have reacted to it with exuberance and the bounce currently seen in the economy is highly encouraging. Enjoy it while it lasts for markets and the economy will soon have to contend with a new concept and that is: Relative tightening. https://northmantrader.com/2021/04/20/peak-liquidity/

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