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General Motors "Blue Sky" Scenario Could Send Stock To $160: B of A

This morning we noted that GM had risen to all time highs on the back of an autonomous driving investment from Microsoft and comments from incoming Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about the importance of EVs for the country under a Biden administration. Now, Bank of America – like the rest of the market – appears…

"Excessive, Brutal And Unlawful": NY Attorney General Sues NYPD, De Blasio Over Handling Of George Floyd Protests

New York state is suing the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and its leadership for what they’ve described as “excessive, brutal and unlawful” handling of George Floyd protests, according to NY Attorney General Letitia James. Filed Thursday in Manhattan federal court, the lawsuit comes after a watchdog within the city’s Department of Investigation concluded…

Iran Puts Maritime Forces On Higher Alert As Top General Warns 'Ready To Respond' To US Pressure

While populations across the globe rang in the new year and are now enjoying the holiday, wondering what 2021 will hold, tensions in the Persian Gulf between the US and Iran just grew hotter. CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr reports Iran’s forces in the Persian Gulf are now on high alert, possibly in preparation for some…

Did The CIA Cause A Mexican General To Escape Drug Charges?

Authored by Jacob Hornberger via The Future of Freedom Foundation, In what can only be called a federal judicial miracle, retired Mexican General Salvador Cienfuegoes is being set free in the United States and permitted to return to Mexico. Just last month, Cienfuegos was taken into custody at Los Angeles International Airport when he was…

Ten Attorneys General Join Supreme Court Case Against Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Deadline

As Republicans across the country escalate efforts to investigate credible allegations of fraud during the 2020 election,  a group of ten Republican Attorneys General have filed an ‘amicus brief’ with the US Supreme Court in a case challenging the legality of late mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. AGs from Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi,…

USPS Inspector General Contacts Project Veritas Over Backdated Ballot Allegation In Michigan

Update 0958ET: The USPS Inspector General’s office has contacted Project Veritas following their report from a postal employee who says he was instructed to collect ballots after the election cutoff so they could be backdated. “They’re aware of this, it falls under their jurisdiction, they’re assessing whether to investigate,” said James O’Keefe, founder of PV….