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Even in Wealthy Areas, Food Bank Demand High

(Associated Press) One was a nurse, another a retiree. Others had recently lost jobs with an insurance company and a country club....

Chicago Mayor PLEADS with Walmart to Not Abandon Looted Out City

(WBBM NEWSRADIO) Mayor Lightfoot said she’s hopeful major retailers will reopen the Chicago stores that were looted or otherwise damaged during protests surrounding...

Wall Steet’s RIOTOUS Ride Higher; Silver’s Surge (Hits Important Target)

(Money Metals Exchange) A violent and chaotic week in America’s cities was met with little apparent concern on Wall Street. For the...

Surprise Jobs GAINS: Unemployment Rate Falls to 13.3%

(Liberty Headlines) The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May from 14.7% in April, and 2.5 million jobs were added — a surprisingly positive...

Philadelphia Inquirer Apologizes to Blacks for ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ Headline

"An Apology on Its Own is Not Sufficient" (The Wrap) The Philadelphia Inquirer issued an apology to its readers...

Universal Takes First Steps Toward Reopening Florida Theme Parks

(Associated Press) With masks on their faces and temperature checks at entrances, Harry Potter fans and roller coaster lovers streamed back into...

Al Gore, Greta Thunberg Exploit Unrest to Push Climate Agenda

"We Need a Global Structural Change" (Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) Climate activist Al Gore said he supports “the peaceful demonstrations across...

Inside Tricks to Pay Less Interest on Debt

(Associated Press) Maybe you've been working through credit card debt for a while now. Or maybe you racked it up recently as...

Wall Street’s Rally Rolls into Day 4 on Reopening Hopes

(Associated Press) Stocks are rising again Wednesday on optimism that the economy can climb out of its current hole more quickly than...

Companies Try to Capitalize on Race Riots by Hopping on ‘Brand Activism’ Bandwagon

(Liberty Headlines) As thousands of angry social-justice protesters took to the streets, virtue-signaling companies sought to wade into the conversation, gambling on goodwill returns...