The case is Missouri vs. Biden. It could bring the trampling of American free speech rights by the Federal government centerstage, if there’s still any honesty or integrity left in American jurisprudence.
Tag: oct 11 2022
Will their bank accounts and crypto accounts be shut down? This past week saw chaos in London, as a radical group called “Just Stop Oil” formed human blockades across major city streets, glued themselves to police vehicles, and were even dragged to the curb by angry motorists.
Six in ten Americans live from one paycheck to the next, slightly more than the 55 percent who reported a hand-to-mouth existence 12 months earlier, according to a new survey by LendingClub, an online loan company.
Sri Lanka and Zambia have defaulted on their debts, with another dozen countries at, or already tipping over, the edge of insolvency, Reuters reported.
Enrollment in both public and private colleges was down 4.1 percent year over year in 2022, or down 16.2 million students, The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center said in a recent report.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia, and its other allies, known collectively as OPEC+, have agreed to cut daily oil production by two million barrels a day in an attempt to lift oil prices back up above $100 a barrel in the face of a weakening global economy.
When the “officials,” “dignitaries,” “experts” and “authorities” speak... all the little boys and girls who call themselves men and women listen to, believe and do what they are told.
The European Central Bank’s [ECB’s] governing council is expressing concern that inflation in the Eurozone, which ran recently at 10 percent, will become “self-reinforcing” and last for years as the euro remains weak and governments pump stimulus money into national economies to soften the impact of soaring energy costs, the Financial Times reported.
U.S. households built up a cash cushion of about $2.1 trillion during the COVID War, when the national savings rate soared as high as 30 percent of income as many Americans stashed their federal stimulus payments into their savings accounts.
A top Serbian government official lashed out against the latest round of sanctions to be imposed against Russia and called them the first package that also takes aim at Belgrade.