By Henry Delacroix | 25 May 2021 THE AMERICAN SUN — Whether on the streets or on social media, no one can miss the fried mental status of Americans. Some of us have carried on with […]
(Cassie B.) A troubling new report shows that several Apple suppliers have been using forced labor in China, a problem that has long plagued the company and many other tech giants. Two human rights groups worked with The Information to identify seven companies supplying services and products to Apple that have supported forced labor programs targeting the country’s Muslim minority population, including Uyghurs living in Xinjiang. Six of the suppliers are believed to participate in work programs that are operated by the Chinese government and are known to offer cover for forced labor.
‘Get your COVID-19 jab — or you could face consequences from your employer #COVID19 #JobsReset21’ By Gabriel Kean | 18 May 2021 NATIONAL FILE — The World Economic Forum indicated Monday that it supports employees being […]
‘Fed policies absolutely don’t add to inequality.’ — Jerome Powell, Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank Fed chief mucky muck Jerome Powell is looking more and more like Pinocchio every passing week. His pitch is that […]
Louis Thomas McFadden (1878–1936) was a Republican member of the House of Representatives from Pennsylvania. He served from 1915 to 1935. He was the chairman of the House Committee on Banking and Currency between 1920 […]
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By Lisa Beilfuss | 17 March 2021 BARRONS — Consumers are googling “inflation” more often than at any time since at least 2008, setting financial markets up for a volatile reaction to a Federal Reserve that […]
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By Tyler Durden | 10 March 2021 ZERO HEDGE — Economist Lewis Alexander, and his team at Nomura, wastes no time in his latest monthly global economic outlook report – titled aptly enough “Turbo-Charged Global Reflation” […]
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ZH Update (1815 ET): one day after the Weimar tweetstorm below, and shortly after our article came out, Burry tweeted the following: People say I didn’t warn last time. I did, but no one listened. […]
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By Tyler Durden | 16 December 2020 ZERO HEDGE — Another day, another restaurant doomsday story. According to the latest Alignable Rent Poll, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for small businesses everywhere to pay their rent in full […]
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