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Will We See $50 Silver Eagles by Summer?

from Silver Doctors: It’s not out of the question whether the price of silver goes much higher or not. Here’s why… by Larry White of the Gold & Silver Education Center There is an interesting situation unfolding related to the bullion silver eagles produced by the US Mint. Is it possible a combination of factors is lining up that could actually lead to 2021 silver eagles selling as high as $50 by this summer? It’s not out of the question whether the price of silver goes much higher or not.…

Illinois Teachers Unions Attempt A Huge Power-Grab Over Private Schools

Teachers unions in Illinois are pushing a bill through the General Assembly that would strip local school districts, health departments, and private schools of their authority to make health-related decisions, centralizing those powers at the state level. House Bill 2789 requires the Illinois Department of Public Health to create new regulations governing in-person instruction, which must “include, but … not limited to, personal protective equipment, cleaning and hygiene, social distancing, occupancy limits, symptom…

The Capital Note — Inflation, Interest Rates, and Janet Yellen

Then-federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen speaks during a news conference in Washington, D.C., September 20, 2017. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters) Welcome to the Capital Note, a newsletter about business, finance, and economics. On the menu today: Yellen says something (and then unsays it), Joe Biden, Peronist, Biden and Brussels against Ireland, and Richard Nixon and Arthur Burns. To sign up for the Capital Note, follow this link. Yellen’ FireNo,…

Two Historic Business Flops by Legendary Entrepreneurs Reveal a Poignant Truth About Failure

In this essay, I want to tell readers about two of the last century’s big and fascinating business failures. But first, some related insights. In her 2008 Commencement Address at Harvard University, Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling famously asserted, “It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all—in which case, you fail by default.” So many well-known businesspeople failed before they succeeded, or failed at something after they…

Wokies Push for Black Superman Instead of Actually Elevating a Black Superhero – RedState

In the latest episode of “Progressives pretend to care about black people,” we have a rather peculiar attempt to push for black representation in superhero movies. Instead of creating new African American characters or elevating black heroes that already exist, they are doing what one could have seen coming from light-years away. They’re making a black Superman movie, y’all. No, they are not creating a new Kryptonian who happens to be black. They are not endowing a black character with Superman’s power. They are…

COVID ‘Rescue’ Funds Are Mowing Down American Small Businesses

Via the American Rescue Plan, Joe Biden and the current U.S. Congress are re-ordering the small business economy in America in a way they may not have thought through, and the consequences will reverberate throughout the economy for years to come. Washington is about to replace most of the lost revenue of small businesses in a few select industries while leaving nearly all other small businesses hung out to dry. If you run a local movie theater, a live music venue, or a restaurant, you will be given a grant from Uncle…

Manchin, Sinema Urged Preserve Filibuster in New Election Integrity Group Ad Campaign

Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W. Va.) speaks to reporters near the Senate floor in Washington, D.C., March 1, 2021. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The Election Transparency Initiative, a group formed to combat congressional Democrats’ election law proposals, announced a new ad campaign on Wednesday urging three Democratic senators to keep the Senate filibuster. The six-figure digital ad campaign is directed at Senators Jon Tester of Montana, Kyrsten Sinema of…

EXCLUSIVE: TX Gun Rights Says Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Added ‘Poison Pill’ to Constitutional Carry Bill

Texas seems to be inching closer to passing Constitutional Carry in the state, an increasingly common law that allows Americans to own firearms without permission from the government. However, Texas Gun Rights, the Second Amendment activist group championing the bill, says Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has added a “poison pill” to the Senate version of the bill in a last minute bid to kill the legislation and prevent it from reaching Governor Greg Abbott’s desk. At least two Texas legislators have…

Forever Masks – Rik Dalvit

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Biden Opens the Door for China to Grab the Intellectual Property Behind Virus Vaccines – RedState

In a novel move, President Donald Trump was able to get vaccines developed for the Wuhan coronavirus by partnering with private companies, investing taxpayer dollars and speeding up the process. As a result, American companies were able to develop the vaccines in record time. Now, Joe Biden is throwing that exceptional effort and the money invested by the U.S. under the bus, and he’s backing a plan to shred the intellectual property rights of the American companies that went all out to help develop a vaccine to help…

India’s “COVID outbreak” & the need for scientific integrity – not sensationalism

by Colin Todhunter, The Burning Platform: Western media outlets are currently paying a great deal of attention to India and the apparent impact of COVID-19. The narrative is that the coronavirus is ripping through the country – people are dying, cases are spiralling out of control and hospitals are unable to cope. There does indeed seem to be a major problem in parts of the country. However, we need to differentiate between the effects of COVID-19 and the impacts of other factors. We must also be…

How ‘Love Is Love’ Leads To Sexless ‘Marriages Between Friends’

“Love is love” is the undying mantra designed to silence anyone who believes some family forms are more virtuous and valuable than others. It demands we exchange what we know to be true for the belief that any family form is right and good as long as it is freely and mutually chosen. No one has a right to a dim view of another’s choice and everything must be equally affirmed, it asserts. Yet it remains a silly phrase. Why? Because it doesn’t say anything. It’s a tautology, the equivalent of saying “A thing is a thing.”…

Randi Weingarten Claims ‘1619 Project’ Opponents Trying to Ban ‘Factual Version of Oppression’

American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten speaks at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., November 1, 2017. (Aaron P. Bernstein/Reuters) American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten accused opponents of the New York Times‘s 1619 Project of trying to ban a “factual version of oppression in America,” in Thursday comments on Prime with Charles Blow on BNC. “All of a sudden you’re hearing people talk…

VIDEO: Black Lawmaker Claims ‘Black Birthing People’ Die En Masse Because Doctors ‘Don’t Believe Our Pain’

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) went on a bizarre rant in front of Congress this week during which she monologued about the plight of “black birthing people,” an unspecified class that Bush believes is dying out en mass “every day” because “doctors don’t believe our pain.” “Every day, black women are subjected to harsh and racist treatment during pregnancy and childbirth,” Bush said. “Every day black women die because the system denies our humanity. It denies us patient care.” “I sit before you…

Fed’s Miscalculation of Inflation Could Be Very Costly Next Year

The Federal Reserve (Fed) continues to say that the sharp rise in the inflation rate is temporary. Inflation will subside later this year, it says. As such it will keep interest rates near zero and continue to dramatically increase the money supply by purchasing $80 to $120 billion of bonds per month. If it is wrong, the US could see a runaway inflation problem that will be painful to fix. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, a former chair of the Fed, sees no inflation problem. “It may

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