CNBC

The U.S. Senate voted 72 to 25 on Thursday to pass legislation funding the federal government through mid-December — days before an impending government shutdown. Continue reading “Senate passes stopgap funding bill to avert government shutdown, provide more Ukraine aid”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

On Wednesday President Joe Biden approved $1.1 billion more in military aid for Ukraine, marking the 22nd such installment, and as the US is warning Russia against following through with annexation of four territories which wrapped a 5-day referendum on joining the Russian Federation. Continue reading “Another $1.1BN In Arms Ukraine: “We Will Not Be Deterred,” White House Says”

Substack – by Adam Andrzejewski

Last night, our auditors at OpenTheBooks.com received Dr. Anthony Fauci’s FY2021 financial disclosures from the National Institutes of Health.

The documents contain a wealth of previously unknown information. For example, the Fauci household’s net worth now exceeds $12.6 million – up $5 million from 2019 through 2021.  Continue reading “Fauci’s Net Worth Soared To $12.6+ Million During Pandemic – Up $5 Million (2019-2021)”

American Shipper – by Eric Kulisch

The risk to manufacturing, agriculture and distribution sectors in Florida is rapidly intensifying as powerful Hurricane Ian takes aim at the state’s southwest coast. But the economic ripple effects are likely to be felt well beyond the storm zone.  Continue reading “Supply chain effects from Hurricane Ian could linger for weeks”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Just three weeks ago we observed how the 2022 Hurricane season had neared its halfway point without any hurricanes making landfall on the coast of the United States. Continue reading “Hurricane Ian To Unleash Up To $70 Billion In Losses, Insurance Market Devastation And Even Bigger Spike In Inflation”

CNN

Hurricane Ian is the latest natural disaster to impact food pricesThe storm hitting Florida is already forcing orange juice futures to rise, and it may soon squeeze the country’s fertilizer supply — which could have a far-reaching impact. Continue reading “Hurricane Ian could push food prices even higher”

CNN

Several times a week you can hear gunfire echoing from Brandi Joseph’s scenic Southern California property. A licensed firearms instructor and dealer, Joseph decided to open Fortune Firearms in December to serve a growing and rapidly changing clientele.  Continue reading “Liberal, female and minority: America’s new gun owners aren’t who you’d think”

Daily Wire

Florida residents who remained behind as Hurricane Ian pummeled the central gulf coast may have gotten more than they bargained for if they ventured outside — the storm surge was so powerful that it apparently sent sharks swimming down residential streets.  Continue reading “Storm Surge Sends Shark Swimming Down The Street In Ft. Myers”

Daily Mail

Virgin Atlantic has today updated its uniform policy to remove gendered clothing requirements in a move which has seen passengers criticise the airline for not focusing on passenger prices and experience instead. Continue reading “Travellers slam Virgin Atlantic’s inclusivity drive as they call on airline to lower fares instead”

The Times of Israel

Italy’s Giorgia Meloni, who is on track to become the country’s first far-right leader since Mussolini in World War II, has long tried to distance herself from her party’s fascist past and indicated she would be a strong supporter of Israel, even boasting of ties to the Likud party. Continue reading “Italy’s Meloni portrays herself as strong supporter of Israel, rejects fascist past”

End of the American Dream – by Michael Snyder

Something really strange just happened.  On Monday, large underwater “explosions” were detected in the precise areas of the sea where the Nord Stream pipeline system is now leaking.  In fact, the explosions were so large that they actually registered on the Richter scale.  If someone wanted to purposely damage the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines, very large explosions would be needed because those pipelines are extremely thick.  So it appears that this was a deliberate act of sabotage, and that is what many European officials are now alleging.  But if that is the case, who was behind it?  Continue reading “14 Things We Know About The Mysterious “Explosions” That Severely Damaged The Nord Stream 1 And Nord Stream 2 Pipelines”

Wired – by Kim Zetter

TRANSIT AUTHORITIES IN cities across the country are quietly installing microphone-enabled surveillance systems on public buses that would give them the ability to record and store private conversations, according to documents obtained by a news outlet. Continue reading “Public Buses Across Country Quietly Adding Microphones to Record Passenger Conversations”

Forbes – by Christopher Helman

Today the Danish Armed Forces released remarkable footage of massive leaks of natural gas bubbling up from the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to the surface of the Baltic Sea. There were also two leaks reported on the twin Nord Stream 1 pipelines in Swedish and Danish waters. Continue reading “Sabotage Suspected As Russian Gas Leaks From Ruptured Nord Stream Pipelines In The Baltic Sea”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

If you needed any more confirmation that the political left is normalizing insanity within our society, just take a look at this recent epic meltdown by a woman who cut in line at a Walmart and was called out by the guy behind her.  Screaming like a mental patient is justified because she claims to have been “raped” (and of course, she is wearing a mask). Note that the Walmart employees try to placate her instead of doing what they should have done, which is kick her out of the building.  The constant hand-holding of mentally unstable and emotionally stunted people is slowly but surely bringing America down. Continue reading “Woman Has Epic Meltdown At Walmart – Uses ‘Rape’ As Excuse To Cut In Line”