France Aims To Shut British Firms Out Of EU Financial System As Fisheries Dispute Drags On As the spat between the UK and France over access to British fishing waters – a contentious issue that nearly scuppered the post-Brexit trade deal – worsens, France has apparently decided to go for the jugular. Last week, French… Continue reading France Aims To Shut British Firms Out Of EU Financial System As Fisheries Dispute Drags On
Escobar: Pictures Of A Ukrainian Dream Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Saker blog, Picture yourself about to meet a girl with kaleidoscope eyes… No. Sorry. Actually picture merry lines of code in the R programming language – wallowing in a happy valley of game theory models which would not preclude Goth or New Romantic… Continue reading Escobar: Pictures Of A Ukrainian Dream
America Is Playing With Fire… Authored by Evelyn Markus via The Gatestone Institute, On May 8, 1945, men and women rushed to the streets of New York, London and Moscow to hug, kiss and dance. Germany had just surrendered. The war against Nazi Germany was over. The killing had stopped. A great evil had ended.… Continue reading America Is Playing With Fire…
Antimony: A Mineral With A Critical Role In The Green Future If someone asked you to name the first mineral that came to mind, odds are, it wouldn’t be antimony. Yet, despite its lack of fanfare, Visual Capitalist explains below just how significant a role it plays in our day-to-day lives. This graphic from Perpetua Resources provides… Continue reading Antimony: A Mineral With A Critical Role In The Green Future
Meituan’s CEO Sees Billions Wiped Out Over An Innocuous Thousand-Year Old Chinese Poem A seemingly innocuous post on an obscure social media platform by a Chinese billionaire CEO has sent shockwaves through the country’s tech industry, and cost food delivery giant Meituan many billions in a mere few days in what seems a repeat of last year’s Jack Ma… Continue reading Meituan’s CEO Sees Billions Wiped Out Over An Innocuous Thousand-Year Old Chinese Poem
Three U.S. Army soldiers at Fort Campbell have been charged with trafficking guns to Chicago after several firearms found at the scene of a mass shooting in the Windy City in March were traced back to purchases made in Kentucky and Tennessee. Demarcus Adams, 21; Jarius Brunson, 22; and Brandon Miller, 22, were arrested Tuesday by agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives with assistance… Continue reading 3 Fort Campbell soldiers charged after guns traced to Chicago shootings
Republican lawmakers pushing to keep tax dollars intended for scientists out of the hands of the Chinese government have taken their fight to the public. As the Senate debated what had been a bipartisan proposal by Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer to send billions to the National Science Foundation, Republicans …
Honduras, an ally of Taiwan, may open a trade office in China to gain access to Chinese-made coronavirus vaccines, Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said on Tuesday.
A county government in southwestern China banned residents from holding birthday parties and other celebrations starting this month as part of a frugality campaign by China’s ruling Communist Party.
Two bills will be introduced to counter critical race theory at the federal level, Rep. Dan Bishop (R-N.C.) announced with some GOP House members at a press conference in front of the Capitol on Wednesday. One bill is Combat Racist Training in the Military Act, a House companion bill to the bill introduced by Senator Tom… Continue reading House GOP Introduces Bills to Combat Critical Race Theory