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Agency Finds that Elon Musk Tweet Violated Federal Labor Law

(Associated Press) Tesla CEO Elon Musk has tweeted his way into trouble with another federal agency, this time the National Labor Relations...

Loose Money: Fed ‘Not Going to Take This Punch Bowl Away’

(Money Metals Exchange) Disruptions from COVID lockdowns and distortions in the normal rhythms of supply and demand are...

Facebook and Amazon Are Now Washington’s Biggest Lobbyists

(Reclaim The Net) Amazon and Facebook have been the largest spender in corporate lobbying in Washington over the past two years, surpassing...

Store Owner: Boulder Suspect Passed Check Before Buying Gun

(Associated Press) The suspect in the Colorado supermarket shootings bought a gun before the shooting at a local gun store after passing...

Buttigieg Pitches Infrastructure to Divided Congress

(Associated Press) Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is warning that the country's infrastructure needs exceed $1 trillion and that other countries, namely China,...

Signs of Inflation Heading Higher

(Gerald P. Dwyer, American Institute for Economic Research) The Federal Reserve has announced that it intends to raise inflation in the United...

Black Lives Matter Leader Arrested for Vandalizing Lincoln Statue with Poop, Paint

(Daily Wire) A Black Lives Matter activist in Boise, Idaho, has been arrested in connection to a vandalized statue of former President...

Shipping Losses Mount from Cargo Vessel Stuck in Suez Canal

(Associated Press) Dredgers, tugboats and even a backhoe failed to free a giant cargo ship wedged in Egypt's Suez Canal on Thursday...

NY Business Leaders Warn Cuomo: ‘People Voting with Their Feet’

(Brad Polumbo, Foundation for Economic Education) Thanks to the recently-passed $1.9 trillion spending package, the state of New York is set to receive...

Gambling Foes Warn on College Sports Betting

(Associated Press) A national group that fights compulsive gambling is concerned about financial deals between colleges and sports betting companies.