Economic 10 articles

Cotton: ‘The Act of Accepting the Chinese Money Should Be Criminalized’

Wednesday on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) argued for “criminalizing” those accepting money from the Chinese Communist Party or state-owned enterprises of China, given the Asian superpower is a threat to intellectual property and national security. Cotton also suggested measured be taken to protect U.S. intellectual property. “The Chinese Communist […]

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Covid Lockdowns to Trigger Massive Wave of Evictions

The economic consequences of the coronavirus-induced government economic shutdowns continue to pile up. According to one expert on eviction, between 20 million and 28 million Americans could face eviction between now and September. That compares to about 10 million evictions over a much longer period of time following the foreclosure crisis in 2008. Emily Benfer […]

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Draconian Michigan Lockdown Approved By Claims Court

An ominous precedent was set when Judge Christopher M. Murray of the Michigan Claims Court acknowledged that the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” orders issued by the state’s highest elected official did “temporary harm to plaintiffs’ constitutional rights,” but nonetheless gave Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a pass, reasoning that ruling against her extreme lockdown measures “would not […]

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US And Australia Unplug Chinese 5G Rollouts

Leaders from the United States and Australia, two leading first-world countries, pushed back against untrustworthy Chinese companies poised to profit from providing high-speed 5G services to their enemies. At issue are concerns over national security – cyberspying. Both countries passed laws to ban commerce with telecommunications companies from the Communist regime. In August 2018, the […]

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Surgeon General Boots Predictive Contagion Model

Last week, Jerome Adams, the Surgeon General of the United States, announced that the federal coronavirus taskforce has turned its back on the “predictive contagion” computer models pushed by international health “experts” — who advised the U.S. government to shut down nonessential services and force unemployed citizens to huddle at home in fear rather than […]

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Spanish Flu Spurred Quarantines In 1918

Speaking of global health crises, did you hear about the Spanish Flu of 1918? Folks don’t talk about it much these days but a deadly strain of influenza broke out in the European trenches during World War I and spread rapidly throughout the world. Ultimately, more people died of the disease than from the War […]

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Your Federal Relief Check Is In The Mail

By the time you read this, you may be holding a $1,000 check in your hand, courtesy Uncle Sam. After only a few days of mass business and school closures, travel bans, and municipal lockdowns, federal lawmakers are scrambling to whip up an economic relief package to help citizens cope with societal disruptions caused by […]

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Coronavirus Proves Preppers Were Right, Not Kooks

“An ounce of prevention” is paying off now for preppers long-scorned by family, friends, and complete strangers as wacky, fringe, anal-compulsive negativists. Well, bad things do happen, as we’re seeing now with the global spreading Chinese novel coronavirus. This previously-unseen infection has been diagnosed on every continent except Antarctica. Now, almost three months after the […]

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