Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Big Business

Harambe statue pops up on Wall Street opposite the Charging Bull sculpture

A 7-foot statue of Harambe, the gorilla shot to death at the Cincinnati zoo in 2016, was erected on Wall Street Monday directly across from the famous Charging Bull sculpture. The founders of Sapien.Network, a social networking platform "dedicated to...

Growing Advertising Model Puts Reporters and Lawmakers at the Center of the Corporate Pitch

The news site Axios in July hosted an event with Rep. Kurt Schrader (D., Ore.), a member of a House subcommittee on health and the sponsor of legislation that would provide federal funding that allows companies to sell knockoff...

Goldman Sachs Downgrades Economic Growth Forecast

Goldman Sachs economists have cut their economic growth forecasts for 2021 and 2022 because of lagging consumer spending. The economists in a Sunday note to clients blamed the downgrade on "a longer-lasting virus drag on virus-sensitive consumer services spending," a...

Globalists Come to Agreement on Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate

Adam Smigielski/E+/Getty ImagesNo less than 136 countries have reached a deal that would set a global minimum corporate tax...

Douglas Andrews: Has CRT Worn Out Its Corporate Welcome?

If you’re currently employed by one of those virtue-signaling entities whose leadership thought it’d be a good idea to teach their employees to hate one another, help may — may —...

Catherine Mortensen: Bill Would Empower Americans to ‘Fight Woke Corporate Elites’

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced the "Mind Your Own Business Act,“ which would enable shareholders to hold woke corporations accountable. Specifically, the legislation would require corporate directors to prove their "woke” actions were...

Corporate Lowlife Delta Air Lines Begins Charging $200 Monthly Fee for Unvaccinated Employees

Days after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration finally approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, Delta Air Lines is turning up the pressure on its unvaccinated employees. On Wednesday, the airline announced that a $200 monthly surcharge would be deducted from...

Bill Gates Squirms as Interviewer Presses Him on Connection to Jeffrey Epstein: ‘He’s Dead, So…’

Displaying all the aplomb of a first-grader in the principal’s office, Bill Gates grew defensive in a recent interview when asked about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. A report by The Daily Beast earlier this year said that although some contact between...

Mark Alexander: Wall Street Journal Exposes Facebook Bias and Corruption

As we have noted, second only to the domestic threat the Democrats’ bulk-mail ballot fraud poses to American Liberty and Rule of Law is collusion with their Leftmedia propagandists and their...

Corporate Welfare – The New American

Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia CommonsToday’s politicians want to spend more on EVERYTHING: Amtrak subsidies, sports stadium subsidies, green energy subsidies, even...

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Police in Two Excessive Force Lawsuits

Liberals were left howling in rage Monday after one of the most controversial legal doctrines surrounding America’s police received a ringing endorsement from the...

China Says Its Anti-US War Film Breaks Box Office Records

China's anti-U.S. war film The Battle at Lake Changjin is breaking box office records, becoming the country's third-highest-grossing film in history. The movie, which depicts a...

FDA Approves Injectable Naloxone for Opioid Overdoses – Veterans Today

www.youtube.comFDA approves naloxone injection to counteract opioid overdosesby FDAAction: FDA has approved ZIMHI (naloxone hydrochloride) injection as an additional option to treat opioid overdose. ZIMHI is...