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Carl Lentz, in First Staff Position Since Hillsong, Joins Transformation Church in Tulsa

Shooter Kills Three Children, Three Adults at Private Christian School in Nashville

Biden scandal strategy — ignore, and let liberal media run defense

Abilene Christian University Professor Arrested on Charges of Abusing His Adopted Children

Bankster Bust Bomb Ready to Explode

US bank trouble heralds end of dollar reserve system

U.S. Act of War Against the European Union

The Supreme Court says good guys with guns save lives

It’s Pancaking All the Way Down, Folks!

Fox’s Kilmeade: ‘Insane’ for Trump to feature Jan. 6 footage at rally

Wheels of Justice: Jury Duty

One of Donald Trump's defense attorneys sparred with an NBC News anchor over the former president's incendiary comments and an allusion to violence against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, calling his social media activity "ill-advised." "I'm

Trump's own attorney says the former president's TruthSocial posts attacking Manhattan prosecutor ahead of possible indictment were 'ill-advised'

The Great Credit Unwind and Powell’s Hidden Pivot

Blinken Wants $2 Billion to Rival China’s Belt-and-Road Initiative

Why the Hell Is the US Occupying Syria?

Parallels Between The Roman Empire And The USA

Turkish Parliament Committee Approves Bill Ratifying Finland’s NATO Membership

Oregon Legislation Would Allow Children to Decide About Abortion/Transgenderism Without Parental Consent

Defending Private Property: Principles of Justice

ESG En Route to Etatism

The UN Is Obsolete – The Cabal & Their NGO’s Are Mental Cavemen

Serbian President: Putin Arrest Warrant Makes Peace Harder

NPR Fumbles “Limited Evidence of ‘Trans-male’ Advantage” Story

Brickbat: Move It Along

Climate science makes a bad religion

The 20th anniversary of the Iraq war also marks a colossal failure of the mainstream media

A bombshell Biden story — and the media dutifully ignore it

Swedish Parliament Pushes Ahead for NATO Membership

Stanford Students Who Shouted Down Federal Judge to Get Mandatory Free-speech Training

Federal Courts Clash Over Financial Watchdog's Constitutionality

Trans in women's sports: Is it inclusiveness, or insanity?

WATCH: Jen Psaki flamed for what she was doing on her new TV show


Meteorologist prays for Mississippi residents in path of tornado while on air: ‘Dear Jesus, please help them’

Yellen Says US Sanctions Have Created a ‘Real Economic Crisis’ in Iran

World Bank Says Ukraine’s Reconstruction Will Cost at Least $411 Billion

Does Cost Cutting Undermine Economic Growth?

Marine Veteran Driving Uber Killed in California Carjacking

Florida Abortion Providers Fined $500K Over 24-Hour-Wait Law

Pentagon Urging Silicon Valley Startups Into Arms Race Business

Israeli PM Netanyahu Fires Defense Minister

Army Pulls Recruiting Ads After Jonathan Majors' Arrest

Protester Fighting for Life After France Clashes

90% of Babies With Down Syndrome are Killed in Abortions, We Must Fight for Them

Loving the Unlovable

FDIC Insurance, Credit Suisse and the Day the Fed Killed Europe

US Studies How To Guarantee All $18 Trillion In US Bank Deposits

The Radical Pro-Abortion Bills that Threaten Colorado

The Secret Plan To Bailout Moderna

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Fmr. US Treasury Official: Five US banks May Collapse, Lose Twice World GDP
Post Date: 2023-03-15 18:38:30 by Charles_Byrd
A former US Treasury official has warned that the American banking system is “not safe” and the collapse of the five largest US banks can incur losses twice as much as the world’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Former US Assistant Treasury Secretary Paul Craig Roberts said on Monday that despite US President Joe Biden’s recent statement about the safety of bank deposits after the collapse of two major banks, the banking system in the US is not capable of covering the risks associated with banks’ collapse. Click for Full Text!

Chart of the Month: Any Questions?
Post Date: 2023-03-14 23:28:07 by Charles_Byrd
The next Bull Market will start when everyone has given up on the stock market as the means to "get rich quick" or even "get rich slowly." Here's the chart of the month: a weekly chart of the S&P 500 (SPX) showing the giant wedge going back to January 2022 has broken decisively down. Click for Full Text!

Turmoil at Silicon Valley Bank triggers market panic: Four biggest US banks lose staggering $52 BILLION in valuation and Dow drops 540 points
Post Date: 2023-03-12 01:50:23 by Charles_Byrd
Sharp losses in banking stocks led Wall Street's main indexes lower on Thursday, as turmoil at Silicon Valley Bank's parent company triggered investor fears about the stability of the financial sector. Click for Full Text!

Walmart is closing a batch of stores in 2023 — here's the full list
Post Date: 2023-03-08 21:31:40 by Charles_Byrd
Walmart will close eight retail locations across the US this year, citing poor financial performance at each. The recent closures follow a trend of Walmart closing a handful of stores across various states each year, with the company saying that the stores are "underperforming" without providing specifics. Click for Full Text!

Musk Says Twitter About to Be Cash Flow
Post Date: 2023-03-07 19:24:45 by Charles_Byrd
Twitter Chief Executive Elon Musk said Tuesday the company had "a shot" at being cash flow-positive next quarter, as costs have been cut and users have risen. Musk, who was speaking at an investor conference that was webcast, said it was "startling" how poorly Twitter managed to make money off its messaging service. Click for Full Text!

Adidas May Burn $500M Worth of Ye Sneakers After Breakup
Post Date: 2023-03-06 18:19:45 by Charles_Byrd
The financial breakup between Adidas and embattled rapper Kanye West could reportedly have a nine-figure price tag. Within this process, the German sportswear company is also pondering the notion of "literally burning" approximately $500 million worth of Kanye- related sneakers. Click for Full Text!

Subprime Auto Lender And Used Car Retailer Collapses as Distress Cycle Finally Arrives
Post Date: 2023-03-01 17:46:31 by Charles_Byrd
One month ago, when discussing the “perfect storm” hitting the US auto market, we showed that according to Fitch “More Americans Can’t Afford Their Car Payments Than During The Peak Of Financial Crisis“… Click for Full Text!

Credit Suisse Craters After "Staggering" Bank Run And Warning Of Continued Losses
Post Date: 2023-02-11 00:40:52 by Charles_Byrd
Back in late 2022, when Credit Suisse stock cratered to never before seen levels after a series of dismal earnings reports and regulatory "missteps" sparked a staggering bank run, amounting to some $88 billion forcing the bank to seek emergency liquidity from the Fed via SNB swap lines, and which also led to a historic corporate restructuring which included the de facto closure of the bank's investment bank coupled with mass layoffs and bonus cuts, many thought that would be as bad as it gets as the (rapidly changing) management had finally thrown out the kitchen sink. Boy, were they wrong. Click for Full Text!

Stock Market Correction Hits Religious Foundations
Post Date: 2023-02-03 15:31:02 by Charles_Byrd
Foundations and donor-advised funds (DAFs) are witnessing a natural self- correction from the last few years of elevated stock market gains and unprecedented donations. This comes after DAFs posted significant growth across grants, contributions and charitable assets in 2021, according to a report released last November by the National Philanthropic Trust, which examined nearly 1,000 charities that sponsor or manage DAFs and report at least $1 billion in assets. Click for Full Text!

Government Keeps Meddling With Private Company Decisions
Post Date: 2023-02-02 22:57:57 by Charles_Byrd
When I lollygagged or dragged my feet as a small child, my mom used to say, "You have two choices: You can do it happily, or I can make you." Even as a preschooler, I understood that wasn't a choice at all, only a warning about how unpleasant things could get for me if I failed to comply. Employees at Twitter—and Facebook—chose to censor, suppress, and undermine dissenting viewpoints happily. But they were always facing a false choice. The public has now had the chance to peek at thousands of communications between government officials of various stripes and employees of Twitter (the so-called Twitter Files), released by Elon Musk after his acquisition of the social ...

Amazon to Close its Smile Program, Impacting Christian Ministries
Post Date: 2023-01-31 18:16:30 by Charles_Byrd
Nearly a decade ago, Amazon created its Smile program as a way for its customers to support their favorite charities. Now it has decided to shutter the program. Click for Full Text!

Charitable Giving is Up but Number of Donors is Down for Third Consecutive Year
Post Date: 2023-01-14 04:41:24 by Charles_Byrd
Money given to charities was up, but the number of individual donors was down during the period from Jan. 1 to Sept. 30, 2022, according to a new report from the Fundraising Effectiveness Project. Click for Full Text!

Silvergate Shares Plunge After Withdrawals Top $8.1 Billion During Crypto Meltdown
Post Date: 2023-01-05 23:44:19 by Charles_Byrd
Silvergate Capital shares have been on a rollercoaster in the last 24 hours. Soaring 27% on a short squeeze Wednesday and now down 40% on Thursday morning after the crypto bank reported a run on deposits following the FTX bankruptcy, slashed its workforce by 40%, and shelved plans to launch its own digital currency. Amid the FTX debacle in the fourth quarter, the bank said in an early release of some quarterly results that crypto-related deposits plunged 68%. Click for Full Text!

For Now, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Still Holds a High Place in the USA
Post Date: 2023-01-04 18:25:13 by Charles_Byrd
Commentators worry that the United States might lose its dominance in innovation to Asian countries like China and Singapore. Many policymakers are intimidated by the R&D budgets of Asian countries and by their superior performance on international academic assessments. However, these concerns are misguided because the United States still dominates innovation. The United States ranks second on the Global Innovation Index and scores the highest in the world on fifteen of eighty-one innovation indicators. The US innovation ecosystem continues to lead in the commercialization of research, and its universities are on the cutting edge of academic research. Other countries are expanding ...

2022 in U.S. stock market was worst year since … 2008!
Post Date: 2022-12-30 19:07:14 by Charles_Byrd
Under Joe Biden's economy during 2022, widows lost money. So did widowers, husbands, wives, families, cousins and the guy who pours beers at the corner bar. Click for Full Text!

Nonprofits Raise Record Amount on Giving Tuesday Despite Inflation Pressures
Post Date: 2022-12-07 20:12:57 by Charles_Byrd
Nonprofit organizations raised a record $3.1 billion on Giving Tuesday this year despite donors facing economic pressures, including inflation. “Whatever it is that people are experiencing, they were as generous as they had the capacity to be,” said GivingTuesday CEO Asha Curran. Click for Full Text!

Black Friday Chaos: Amazon Warehouse Workers Set To Strike Across 40 Countries
Post Date: 2022-11-25 10:33:17 by 3-Dee
Black Friday Chaos: Amazon Warehouse Workers Set To Strike Across 40 Countries BY TYLER DURDEN THURSDAY, NOV 24, 2022 - 09:05 PM Thousands of workers across approximately 40 countries are planning to take part in 'Black Friday' protests to demand better wages and working conditions in the company's warehouses, as the global cost-of-living crisis increases The protests will coincide with the largest holiday shopping season of the year, which means Amazon warehouse workers are going to be very busy for the next week as consumers panic buy deeply discounted items, though there might be a huge problem: less than 24 hours before the big sale begins, Bloomberg reported Amazon ...

Peter Schiff: The Recession Is Already Here And It Won't Be Mild
Post Date: 2022-05-24 11:25:09 by 3-Dee
Peter Schiff: The Recession Is Already Here And It Won't Be Mild BY TYLER DURDEN TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2022 - 05:30 AM Via SchiffGold.com, The mainstream is concerned about the Fed pushing the economy into a mild recession as it battles inflation. Peter Schiff recently appeared on NTD News to talk about the economy. He said the recession is already here and it’s not going to be mild! First of all, I think the recession has already started. I think we’re in it now. It’s just early.” Peter reminded the audience that the first-quarter GDP data already came in as a negative print. I don’t think it’s going to be a mild recession. I think this recession is ...

Woo hoo!! And our 1st QTR 2022 FReepathon is now underway!! [Thread VII]
Post Date: 2022-01-08 07:43:42 by IbJensen
FR is funded solely by contributions made by the liberty loving patriots who love and use it. We are beholden to no political party. No advertisers, no outsiders, no sugar daddies, no corporate string pullers. Definitely no government subsidies or tax breaks. No 501c or other IRS non-profit status. This means no commercial ads. No annoying pop-ups. No ad tracking. No mail campaigns. No spam. No third-parties -- not even the IRS -- trying to control what we do or say. We are self-funded, fiercely independent and enjoy our freedom to speak plainly in the support of God, family, country, liberty!! But we cannot exist without you. Every donation counts no matter how big or small. If ...

Hyperloop study: Pittsburgh to Chicago in 56 minutes for $93 is feasible
Post Date: 2020-05-21 11:36:40 by Willie Green
It’s feasible to build a high-speed hyperloop system to carry passengers from Pittsburgh to Columbus in about 20 minutes at a cost of $33 and to Chicago in about 56 minutes at a cost of $93. That’s the conclusion of a feasibility study released Wednesday by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, one of two groups studying the new transportation mode that moves pods through low-pressure tubes at speeds of more than 500 miles an hour. The other group, the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency, said in December a route connecting Pittsburgh to Cleveland also would be feasible. “It’s basically the cost of gas or less,” said Thea Ewing, director of ...

Reopen... and Reject
Post Date: 2020-05-21 03:37:55 by Deckard
People who own small businesses put up with government edicts pre-Corona because on the whole it was worth it.They complied with the onerous regulations.They paid the taxes, including the taxes styled “business licenses” – i.e., the extortion called by a more benign-sounding euphemism, to make it go down easier.But it amounts to the same thing. A worse thing, actually – because it is done by the entity that is supposed to protect honest people from being shaken down. Which means there’s no protection from being shaken down.The owner of a gym or restaurant or hair salon is told they must pay out a large sum of money in order to avoid being shut down by goons with ...

Iconic plant's end spells doom for struggling coal industry
Post Date: 2020-03-25 12:02:07 by Willie Green
DRAKESBORO, Ky. (AP) — President Donald Trump tried to stop it from happening. The top Republican in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, did too. Despite their best efforts to make good on Trump’s campaign promise to save the beleaguered coal industry, including an eleventh-hour pressure campaign, the Tennessee Valley Authority power plant at Paradise burned its last load of coal last month. The plant’s closure — in a county that once mined more coal than any other in the nation — is emblematic of the industry’s decadeslong decline due to tougher environmental regulations, a major push toward renewable energy and a rise in the extraction of natural gas. The ...

Pot stocks soar as U.S. House committee clears bill on federal weed legalization
Post Date: 2019-11-21 16:42:08 by Deckard
(Reuters) – Shares of marijuana companies rose on Thursday after a U.S. congressional committee passed a legislation to decriminalize cannabis, taking it a step closer to being approved by the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives. The bill, which was passed 24 to 10 in the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, sent shares of Canopy Growth (WEED.TO), Aurora Cannabis (ACB.TO), Aphria Inc (APHA.TO) and Tilray Inc (TLRY.O) up between 8% and 15%.  “We think federal legalization would be a big positive for investor sentiment surrounding cannabis equities, which have been battered by oversupply and a steep price decline for the underlying commodity since becoming legal ...

Woke to Broke: Gillette Loses Billions After Anti-Men, Transgender Shaving Ads
Post Date: 2019-08-02 08:42:16 by Tooconservative
How about this one?  Well, it turns out men don't like to be insulted and classified as overly masculine, raging sexists and they're dumping the brand. Gillette's social justice moral preening just cost them $8 billion. "P&G reported a net loss of about $5.24 billion, or $2.12 per share, for the quarter ended June 30, due to an $8 billion non-cash writedown of Gillette. For the same period last year, P&G’s net income was $1.89 billion, or 72 cents per share," Reuters reports. ?.@Gillette? bleeding as P&G takes $8 billion writedownMaybe those moronic identity politics ad campaigns had something to do with this. https://t.co/mHLrhw8Nad— ...

These 30 companies get the most money from the federal government
Post Date: 2019-03-27 11:08:45 by Willie Green
According to the Congressional Budget Office, the U.S. government spent $4 trillion in 2017. While the budget's largest portions go toward benefit programs like Social Security and Medicaid, hundreds of billions of federal dollars also end up in the coffers of just a handful of companies in the private sector.Through its various agencies and departments, the federal government has millions of contractual obligations with private companies, both domestic and foreign. The companies and organizations benefiting from federal dollars run the gamut from drug makers to universities and research companies. Those benefiting the most, however, are almost exclusively health care providers and ...

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