Archive | September 16, 2020


Will The Fed Keep Interest Rates Low Through 2023?

As the situation of the US Treasury and the Federal Reserve Bank continues to worsen amid spiraling debts, Politico reports that it appears the Federal Reserve Bank will keep interest rates at zero percent through 2023. Federal Reserve officials on Wednesday projected that they would keep interest rates near zero through 2023, as it aims […]

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Oregon Police Chief On The Horrendous Fires: “We have good reason to believe that there was a human element to it”

By Theodore Shoebat An Oregon police chief, Tighe O’Meara, announced that the recent fires devastating the state may have been done deliberately. As we read in a report from Film Daily: The raging wildfires across California, Oregon, and Seattle don’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. Latest news reports an estimated twenty people dead […]

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TikTok Likely Safe After Deal With Oracle

CNBC reports that a deal has been reached between Tiktok and Oracle that will allow the popular app with Zoomers to continue to stay on phones. Approval of Oracle’s deal to become a “trusted technology provider” for ByteDance’s TikTok will be announced on Tuesday afternoon, CNBC’s Jim Cramer reported. A source familiar with the matter […]

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Japan Elects Loyalist Yoshihide Suga After Abe Departure

Japan is undergoing major changes right now. One of those is how the current PM Shinzo Abe resigned his post suddenly on the claims of health related reasons. Now a new PM has been found in that of Abe loyalist Yoshihide Suga as NPR reports. Yoshihide Suga took over Wednesday as Japan’s first new prime […]

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California Fires Threaten Historic Observatory

California is having many fires, and each time it seems they are becoming worse and threatening something more serious. Now according to AFP by way of Yahoo! News, the fires are threatening a historic observatory. A major fire that has been raging outside Los Angeles for more than a week threatened to engulf a historic […]

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Migration Is Changing South Tyrol

While Europe may be a “small” area in comparison to other parts of the world, like neighborhoods in a major city, there are many small regions with unique qualities and characteristics that distinguish them from others and can be used as practical “levers” in a geopolitical conundrum. It is in these “microregions”, if one is […]

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