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Over 50,000 Restaurants In Italy Declare "I Am Open" Defying Lockdown Measures

Via 21stCenturyWire.com, This weekend, over 50,000 restaurants in Italy began defying the country’s strict ‘anti-Covid’ lockdown measures in a massive act of civil disobedience according to Off-Guardian. Italian restaurant owners have been spreading their “I Am Open” message through the social media hashtag #IoOpro (“I am opening”) and customers have turned the tables on the government: ITALY: #IoApro restaurant is…

UK May Ease COVID Lockdown From March, Foreign Secretary Says

Authored by Alexander Zhang via The Epoch Times, The UK may begin easing existing CCP virus lockdown measures in March if the vaccine roll-out goes to plan, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Sunday. Talking to the BBC’s “Andrew Marr Show,” Raab said the government plans to vaccinate 15 million—or 88 percent—of those most at risk of dying from the…

SEC Whistleblower Tips Have Soared 31% Since Most Employees Started Working From Home

Sitting around at home with nothing to do during the pandemic? Why not become a corporate whistleblower! It allows you to exact revenge on your boss and co-workers for years of misery and can also pay well! That must be exactly what many are thinking, as it is being reported that since the work from…

Armed Protesters Begin To Arrive At State Capitols Around The Nation

Update (1918 ET): Heading into the overnight, in a show of force, hundreds of National Guard troops protecting the US Capitol are marching in the city streets amid threats of armed protests.  America 2021: National Guard troops march in front of the U.S. Capitol.pic.twitter.com/5aO0YA04pW — Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) January 17, 2021 At least 25,000 Guardsmen are…

​​​​​​​Feds Warn Amateur Radio Operators "Not To Commit Criminals Acts" Ahead Of Inauguration

As tech giants shift into censorship overdrive – between Parler’s deplatforming, Twitter purges, and Facebook seemingly cracking down on just about any political discussion ahead of the inauguration – and Sunday’s imagery of anti-government anarchists who showed up to several US capitols on Sunday, those who wish to coordinate peaceful protests (and perhaps not-so peaceful…

China Reports Stronger Than Expected GDP, Is Only Major Economy To Grow In 2020

China, which a little over a year ago unleashed a global pandemic on the world which reshaped economies, global supply chains, capital markets, and societies and was directly responsible for the downfall of a US president, was hell bent on demonstrating that it was the biggest winner from said plague, and early on Monday local…

Doctors Urge Utility Commissions to Provide Free “Smart” Meter Opt-Out Programs to Duke Energy Customers Because of Health Risks

By B.N. Frank According to a recent report, 57% of American utility customers have “Smart” Meters – electric, gas, and water.  These meters are so expensive (see 1, 2, 3) and so problematic (see 1, 2, 3) that a documentary was produced about them, Take Back Your Power.  Since tens of millions have already been…

Blue State Economies Will Soon Crumble – But Will They Take Red States With Them?

Authored by Brandon Smith and originally published at Birch Gold Group, Over the past six to eight months, the U.S. has seen perhaps one of the largest migrations of people based on economic and ideological concerns in almost a century. Not since the Great Depression has there been so many Americans relocating in search of a…

12 Year-Old Asks Again That City Turn Off Cell Tower Near Her Home That is Making Her Family and Neighbors Sick

By B.N. Frank Opposition to cell towers being installed near homes pre-dates the “Race to 5G.” Decades of research has proven that radiation exposure from cell towers and other sources of wireless is biologically harmful.  That’s why for many years American firefighter unions have been opposed to cell towers and antennas being installed at their…

Conservatives Should Learn From The Left

Authored by Heather Higgins via RealClearPolitics.com, As the political right struggles to regroup after the horrible events at the U.S. Capitol, it should learn from the masters. The left has a consistent pattern when responding to terrible behavior by activists associated with their cause — from the widespread destruction and violence last summer during protests…

How “Smart” Bulbs Track Your Behavior (Even When Lights Are Turned Off) and Why Manufacturers Want Your Data

By B.N. Frank Privacy and security experts have warned for many years about privacy and cybersecurity risks associated with ALL “Smart” and wireless technology – cell phones (see 1, 2, 3), medical devices and implants (see 1, 2), personal and “Smart” home devices and wearables (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), utility “Smart” meters…

There's Now A 12 Minute $175 Chopper Ride From Westchester Or Greenwich To Manhattan

The irony of New York City getting new helicopter travel options is that the traffic these rides once sought to avoid has thinned out significantly. As a result of both Covid-19 and a general exodus from the city that is taking place as a result of the wonderful job Mayor Bill de Blasio is doing, the once…

Stockman: Why Does Sleepy Joe Think We Need Another $850 Billion Of Transfer Payments?

Authored by David Stockman via EconomicPolicyJournal.com, In light of Sleepy Joe’s swell new $1.9 trillion package of more free stuff, it’s time to get out our magnifying glasses again. The purpose is to compute the size of the hole in  America’s collective paycheck that purportedly requires such continued, extraordinary beneficence from our not so rich…

The Trial Of Citizen Trump Would Raise Serious Constitutional Questions

Authored by Jonathan Turley, Below is my column in USA Today on the upcoming Senate trial of President Donald Trump. The Hill recently ran my second column on why the best defense of Trump could be no defense — to skip the Senate trial and force a threshold vote on the constitutionality of the trial of an…

Luke Gromen: The Fed Has No Good Options Right Now As Yields Rise And Deficits Explode

One of the biggest questions right now, especially as yields climb as Joe Biden promises trillions of dollars in additional COVID-19-inspired stimulus spending, is when the Fed and the Treasury, soon to be run by Janet Yellen, will conspire to stop the rise in yields and stave off another eruption of market chaos. With US…

“Tough Months Ahead” – NYC’s Lackluster Recovery Continues To Decimate Businesses And Livelihoods

By Tyler Durden Indoor dining is banned; offices are empty; city dwellers are fleeing the metro area.  The virus pandemic has deeply scarred New York City’s economy that will have long-lasting effects. Many small- and medium-sized firms, entire industries, and livelihoods continue to unravel as the economic toll continues to rise nearly one year after the…

ETFs And Passive Investing Have Wildly Distorted S&P 500 Valuations, Study Finds

Academics are starting to arrive at a conclusion we have been talking about for years: the influx of ETFs and passive investing in today’s market could be more trouble than its worth. Many people currently believe that larger companies are in a bubble – and that small caps are the place to look in 2021….

New Laws Grants “Protected Class” Status to Cops, Allows Them to Sue People for Harassment

By Matt Agorist As if blue privilege in the form of qualified immunity, special treatment under the law, ability to break laws they enforce, get out of jail free cards, “blue lives matter” laws, and every other perk that comes from wearing a badge, wasn’t enough, cops in Georgia have granted themselves yet another benefit….

Fruits Of Inflation Are Blossoming

Authored by MN Gordon via EconomicPrism.com, Donald Trump got impeached – again – this week.  Big whoop! We already knew the House of Representatives at the 117th Congress is the greatest collection of political crooks, lowlifes, and losers to ever assemble under one roof.  We didn’t need a token impeachment vote to validate this. More…

Airbnb CEO Warns Travel “Will Never Go Back To Normal”

By Tyler Durden Airbnb Chief Executive Officer Brian Chesky told Reuters Thursday that domestic travel trends will never be going back to the way it was before the virus pandemic. Chesky spoke with Jonathan Weber, Reuters global technology editor, via Zoom, who said business travel is shifting to leisure travel because technologies like Zoom can make teleconferencing…