Mish Talk

Some banks, awash in deposits, are encouraging corporate clients to spend the cash on their businesses or move it elsewhere. It’s a strange case of “No More Cash Please“.

U.S. companies are holding on to billions of dollars in cash. Their banks aren’t sure what to do with it. Some banks are encouraging corporate customers to consider alternatives. Continue reading “Banks are So Stuffed With Cash They Tell Companies: No More Deposits”

The Oregonian – by Nicole Hayden

Oregon communities must rewrite local rules to allow Oregonians to sit, lie, sleep and keep warm and dry on public property in most circumstances.

House Bill 3115, which passed the Senate on Wednesday afternoon and is en route to Gov. Kate Brown’s desk, is a response to a 2018 landmark homelessness case that impacted most Western states with an intent to better support individuals experiencing homelessness.

Continue reading “Oregon will allow homeless individuals to pitch tents on public land”

Anti-War – by Andrew P. Napolitano

For the first time in American history, a federal judge last week authorized the government to admit as evidence in a criminal case in a public courtroom words uttered by the defendant that were obtained under torture.

The fruits of torture – which is any cruel or degrading or intentionally painful or disorienting behavior visited upon a person in captivity to induce compliance or to gratify the torturer – are not permitted in any court in the United States, and their inducement is criminal. Continue reading “Torture Enters the Courtroom”


French is one of the three working languages used by the European Commission – the executive branch of the European Union. According to statistics, at least 80 percent of its officials speak French as a first, second or third language. However, of late, French has reportedly seen its prominence diminished in favour of English.

As France gears up to take over the rotating presidency of the European Union next year, President Emmanuel Macron is reportedly harbouring covert plans of replacing English with French at all EU meetings in Brussels, according to Politico. Continue reading “Macron Reportedly Hopes to Ditch English as EU ‘Working Language’ in ‘French-First’ Takeover”


British Indian food writer Raj Patel is keen on pointing out food injustices around the world, his earlier book is titled ‘Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System’.

The Guardian piece by Raj Patel linking American sugar-crusted apple pie to the “vast and ongoing genocide of Indigenous people” is causing both fury and surprise among readers, who are questioning whether the popular dessert is next in line to be cancelled as “racist”. Continue reading “As Woke Culture Gains Momentum, Apple Pie Has Now Apparently Been Branded ‘Racist’ Too”

“The Great Reset WEF style is just the distraction. We will not be eating bugs because of ‘Climate Change,’ but because we’ll be going hungry. Nor is the Lockdown the cause of the problems, it’s just Martial Law to keep everybody locked up while they get financially destroyed. It’s being used to transition to ‘The New Economy.’ New Lockdowns will be coming, when Plandemic 2 ‘The Bio Terror Attack’ hits. The recent ‘exposure’ of the ‘lab made’ ‘virus’ is just the cover story, paving the way for that Lockdown. But there is no virus. There are only Bankers. And the restart of the Crunch 21 months ago signaled their final offensive en route to World Currency and World Government.”
— Anthony Migchels Continue reading “Three quotes”


The Boss is returning to Broadway.

Bruce Springsteen is reviving his solo show, “Springsteen on Broadway,” later this month. To get a seat, all audience members will need to prove they’re fully vaccinated, according to Jujamcyn Theaters, whose St. James Theater will host the revival. Continue reading “Bruce Springsteen is reviving his Broadway show and audiences must be fully vaccinated to rock”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began over a year ago, the US government has poured billions of your tax dollars into the vaccine program. More than $9 billion of your tax dollars were given to vaccine companies for research and $22 billion of your tax dollars were then used to support vaccine distribution. The feds also shelled out another $10 billion to expand access and currently announced $3 billion more to spend on an ad campaign to combat vaccine hesitancy.

The US government spent over $130 for every man, woman, and child in America to push the COVID-19 vaccines and yet nearly half the country still refuses to get the jab. Why is that? Continue reading “Feds Spend $3 Billion More on Vaccine Hesitancy Ads as VAERS Death Reports Surpass 5,000”