President Donald Trump said in an interview Thursday he is already mobilizing the military to help distribute a coronavirus vaccine as soon as it is developed. Continue reading “Donald Trump: We’re Mobilizing Military to Distribute Future Coronavirus Vaccine”
It’s off to the races today for BlackRock. The New York Fed, with authority from the Federal Reserve Board and backstopped with taxpayers’ money, will begin the first phase of the Fed’s unprecedented leap into shoring up the sagging prices of investment grade corporate debt and junk bonds. BlackRock has been selected by the New York Fed to be the investment manager for these bailout facilities and will begin Phase I today by buying up Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) containing investment grade corporate bonds as well as junk bonds. Making the situation particularly dicey is that BlackRock just happens to be one of the largest purveyors of said ETFs. Continue reading “BlackRock Begins Buying Junk Bond ETFs for the Fed Today: It’s Already at Work for the Central Bank of Israel”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) unveiled her $3 trillion phase four coronavirus bill on Tuesday that serves as a “policy wishlist” for Democrats and progressives.
Pelosi unveiled the Heroes Act, which is a 1,815-page bill that the House will likely vote on Tuesday. Continue reading “Nancy Pelosi Unveils $3 Trillion, 1,815-Page Leftist Coronavirus Bill”
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is waging an increasingly high-profile battle against an elderly barber, and he appears to be winning in both the courts of law and public opinion. Continue reading “Gretchen Whitmer Targets 77-Year-Old Barber’s Livelihood, Strips Operating License ‘Without a Hearing’”
Say goodbye to crowded sets, cramped trailers, and the craft services table. Say hello to restricted access, masks, and boxed meals. Continue reading “How Hollywood Plans to Re-Start Movie, TV Production Following Coronavirus Pandemic”
The irony, it burns.
On Friday, Oregon Governor Kate Brown held a press conference to discuss the latest developments in the containment efforts of the Wuhan coronavirus, and how to implement safe reopening procedures for different parts of Oregon. She failed, however, to announce the specific framework of the reopening, and said she would extend the emergency declaration until July 6 — two days after Independence Day. Continue reading “Oregon gov cancels Independence Day”
Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Tuesday warned that, while California will move into the next phase of reopening its economy this week, it is “not going back to normal” until there is a vaccine.
An Atlanta, Georgia, mall saw massive crowds gather on Saturday, with people lining up to buy the recently released Air Jordan sneakers after Republican Gov. Brian Kemp lifted lockdown restrictions over the weekend. Continue reading “Crowds Gather at Atlanta Mall to Buy Air Jordans After Lockdown Lifted”
President Donald Trump on Friday announced at the White House that the Food and Drug Administration issued emergency approval for the use of remdisavir to treat hospitalized coronavirus patients. Continue reading “Donald Trump Announces FDA Emergency Approval of Remdisavir to Treat Coronavirus”
Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) sent a letter to the Donald Trump administration on Wednesday, urging him to make the canned fruit and vegetable supply a part of America’s critical infrastructure. Continue reading “Sen. Mike Braun Urges Trump to Make Canned Fruit and Vegetable Supply Critical Infrastructure”
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WXYZ) — The FBI is conducting a raid at Allure Medical in Shelby Township. Police confirm to 7 Action News they are assisting the feds with the raid.
It’s located on 26 Mile Rd. and Van Dyke in Shelby Township. The FBI confirms the raid is in connection to a questionable treatment for coronavirus that was being offered at the center. Continue reading “FBI conducting raid at Allure Medical in Shelby Township”
The National Restaurant Association has released the results of its research on the U.S. restaurant industry in the wake of the coronavirus and the shuttering of the more than one million restaurants usually operating in the United States. The results show billions in lost revenue: Continue reading “Report: U.S. Restaurants Face $80 Billion Revenue Loss by Month’s End”