Thursday, October 6, 2022

Big Business

Remember the Time Bill Gates Put ‘Green’ Energy in the Hot Seat?

The green sounds so future — and so close. California’s banning the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035, but don’t worry: You’ll have a Tesla charging at home, powered by renewables like solar and wind. And, if corporations don’t...

Bill Gates Shilling Foundation-Funded ‘Magic Seeds’

Tech giant Bill Gates is now pushing crop seeds that he thinks could help put an end to famine, but while these genetically engineered seeds may be a great advancement, Gate’s past savior complex has to raise caution over...

Wall Street Extends Declines Amid Recession Worries

By Shreyashi Sanyal (Reuters)—Wall Street's main indexes extended declines on Monday as investors continued to fret about the Federal Reserve's aggressive policy tightening and its impact on the U.S. economy. The last two weeks have been rough for U.S. stocks, with...

Ukraine: What the Corporate Press Refuses to Say – VT

JEA: I agree with much of what Mark Weber has said in this presentation. It is worth watching because it does present the other side that the mass social media isn’t saying about Russia and Ukraine.May this video be...

Can Shareholders Challenge Corporate Discrimination? A Conservative Nonprofit Is About To Find Out

A Starbucks shareholder is suing the company’s top executives over a host of race-conscious policies that the lawsuit says violate civil rights law and, by exposing the company to costly litigation, threaten the value of its shares. The policies—all of...

Corporate Democrat: Stacey Abrams Received Thousands in Income From Shadowy Company, Report Finds

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams received $150,000 in personal income from a mysterious limited liability company, Fox News reported Wednesday. Abrams in her March financial disclosure said she is on the board of Dream Project Partners Inc., which paid her...

Iowa Dem Candidate Sidesteps Self-Imposed Corporate PAC Money Ban

Democrats Mike Franken also took money from disgraced former senator Al Franken Democratic Senate candidate Mike Franken (Getty Images) Josh Christenson • August 18, 2022 3:15 pm Iowa Democratic Senate candidate Mike Franken pledged to run for office "without taking one dime of...

Bill Gates Made a ‘Secret Push’ to Ram the ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ Through Congress

The establishment media and the Democratic party are once again saying the quiet part loud — in this case extremely loud. In a Bloomberg article, writers Akshat Rathi and Jennifer A. Dlouhy have documented for the world, in great detail,...

West Virginia Becomes First in the Nation to Stand Up Against Woke Wall Street, Cut Contracts Already Total $18 Billion

West Virginia is standing up against big Wall Street banks that are boycotting fossil fuel. West Virginia treasurer Riley Moore decided that BlackRock (the world’s largest asset manager), Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs are no...

West Virginia Won’t Do Business With Wall Street Banks That Boycott Fossil Fuels

West Virginia is refusing to do business with Wall Street firms that boycott the fossil fuel industry, the first state in the nation to do so. West Virginia treasurer Riley Moore (R.) on Thursday determined that BlackRock, the world’s largest...

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UN Human Rights Council Quashes Debate on China’s Uyghur Genocide

By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters)—The U.N. rights council on Thursday rejected a Western-led motion to hold a debate about alleged...

Texas voters say inflation, border among top concerns: ‘We never had these issues’ with Trump

People in El Paso, Texas, told Fox News the economy and border security are among their biggest voting priorities as the November midterm elections...

Congressional Candidate Dies of Heart Issue Just Weeks Before Election

A Minnesota candidate running for Congress in the state’s highly contested 2nd Congressional District has died. Paula Overby, 68, who was the Legal Marijuana Now candidate,...

Election and Climate Denial, Unpacked

The simplistic, administration-prescribed narratives deserve serious scrutiny. Read more

Putin’s military mobilization could prove to be major blunder, expert says

Russian President Vladimir Putin's announcement of a "partial mobilization" that will compel citizens to join the fight in Ukraine could backfire on the authoritarian...