Friday, March 31, 2023

George Soros-funded DAs, AGs and secretaries of state were not chosen for their intellectual firepower but for their loyalty


George Soros has for decades sought to destroy America as founded.  He is perhaps the most purely evil human who has used his vast wealth solely for malevolent purposes.  His antipathy for the United States is pathological and he has spent his billions on countless projects to bring this nation to its knees.  

Like any and every Marxist, he advocates for chaos. The man is Faust’s Mephistopheles, Satan, and Lucifer all rolled into a one-man wicked wrecking ball who should have been stopped decades ago.  Now he has installed carefully chosen serfs for all the wrong reasons, numerous DAs, AGs, and Secretaries of State throughout the country to do his bidding – to effect Cloward and PIven!  DAs like Alvin Bragg got their orders from Soros’ headquarters with the $1.1m Soros funneled to install him in office.   Soros does not spend his money on smart people. He spends on people he can depend upon to do what he tells them to do:  Get Trump.  See Alan Dershowitz’s book.

Bragg, elected in 2021, has been a disaster for Manhattan.  He refuses to seek bail or sentences for violent criminals – armed robbery, drug dealing, violent attacks on innocent civilians and burglary.  Nine of the prosecutors  in the Manhattan office quit when he announced his pro-criminal

Who is Alvin Bragg Jr. ?

Alvin Leonard Bragg Jr. (born October 21, 1973) is an American politician and lawyer from New York who is serving as the New York County District Attorney. In 2021, he became the first African American elected to that office.[1] Bragg previously served as chief deputy attorney general of New York and as an assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York.

A careful reading of Mr. Bragg's bio indicates some puffing and a lack of candor. i.e. Everything you read contains the statement "Harvard Law School grad", over and over again. Yet, after some digging, I have yet to determine what year he graduated from Harvard and what year he was admitted to the bar, in the same paragraph. Such a lack of important bio facts suggest a coverup. Probably because he failed the bar exam.

De-Dollarization is going to hit home

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Tucker: The trans movement is targeting Christians

EUROPE Is Getting WORSE By The Day!

Political junkies and would be rumor-mongers need to read between the lines of this story

ComEd CEO ‘wanted to make sure that we did everything possible’ to earn Madigan’s favor, feds’ key witness testifies
Fidel Marquez took the stand at the ComEd bribery trial as prosecutors presented FBI recordings and internal ComEd documents showing hundreds of thousands of dollars went to people who allegedly did no work for the utility.
By Tina Sfondeles

Former ComEd executive Fidel Marquez, who pleaded guilty to bribery conspiracy, testified for the prosecution in the ComEd bribery trial Monday.

Former ComEd executive turned government informant Fidel Marquez called his ex-boss a “close” and “personal friend,” then detailed how she funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to associates of former House Speaker Michael Madigan to stay on his winning side.

The government’s star witness took the stand at the ComEd bribery trial on Monday as prosecutors presented FBI recordings and internal ComEd documents showing the money went to people who allegedly did no work for the utility company.

Friday, March 24, 2023

The French like to lead the way....wait til they get the guillotine out

Emergency meeting of the Fed....closed to the public!!!!!!!!


Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will convene the heads of top US financial regulators Friday morning for a previously unscheduled meeting of the Financial Stability Oversight Council.

The meeting will be closed to the public, the Treasury Department said in a statement. The Treasury didn’t say what time the meeting would begin, and it wasn’t immediately clear whether the council would issue a statement following the meeting.

The step comes as regulators continue efforts to instill calm in financial markets and among bank depositors following the recent failure of two mid-sized lenders in the US and the near-collapse of banking giant ...

You may regret eating this stuff 30 years from now

Are sugar substitutes healthy? Research doesn't yet offer comforting answers.

Karen Weintraub, USA TODAY

To satisfy the public's craving for sweetness and concern about the health effects of sugar, food companies have increasingly turned to sugar substitutes. Natural and artificial sweeteners are added to everything from sodas to toothpaste, lip balm to snack items.

Now, studies are raising concerns about the health effects of these substitutes.

Late last month, a study associated the sugar substitute erythritol with an increased risk of stroke. Although the research was far from definitive, it raised the question of what sugar substitute – if any – is healthiest.

Unfortunately, that's not an easy question to answer.

Thursday, March 23, 2023

Neil's perspective

This is Being Broadcast All Around...

In a year or two..... cash will be a thing of the past, so will be flea markets, tipping, firemen working on the side, cash will not be king


The Banking Crisis — and Biden Bucks

The biggest mistake any analyst or investor can make right now is to believe that the banking crisis is over.

Veterans of such crises (and I include myself in that category) know that once the dominoes start falling, they keep falling until some government intervention of a particularly draconian kind is imposed.

We’ve seen some significant regulatory actions from the Federal Reserve, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the U.S. Treasury and the Swiss National Bank, but the fixes have been temporary and followed quickly by new failures.

This will continue.

Pentagon Lied About the Drone


Headlines this past week have been dominated by the new global banking crisis and rightly so.

We’ve seen the sequential collapses of Silvergate Bank, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, along with the bailouts of First Republic Bank and Credit Suisse.

You can be certain that more bank failures are on the way. And you can be sure I’ll be on top of it.

Still, the banking crisis is not the only newsworthy development and may not even be the most important…

The continual escalation of the war in Ukraine leading us on the path toward World War III and perhaps nuclear annihilation is clearly more important. Yet it gets nowhere as much attention.

Wednesday, March 22, 2023

University Notre Dame infiltrated by satanic agents

Catholic Bishop Kevin Rhoades rebuked the University of Notre Dame this week for hosting a pro-abortion “propaganda” event with an abortion doula in contradiction to its Catholic mission.

Writing at Today’s Catholic, a publication of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Rhoades said the “reproductive justice” event at the Indiana Catholic university is causing “scandal” by promoting the opposite of justice: the killing of unborn babies in abortions.

The Communist Insurgency in Chicago is Real!


March 22, 2023



It does not yet resemble the Politburo of the Soviet Union of the Communist Party, but there will be a lot of “comrades” among the 50 alderpersons in Chicago’s new city council.

According to my calculations, and depending on the 14 April 4 runoffs, there could be as many as 18 Far Left “tovarisch” alderpersons.

That will make them a dominant force in the council, as they will be two-thirds of a majority (26). “It’s a scary situation,” said Alderman Nick Sposato (38th), part of the body’s dwindling conservative/law-and-order faction, which could number in the 6-10 range.

Ideologically-driven and dedicated to a democratic socialistic agenda, these Leftists and their public sector union allies view themselves as transformers, disdaining the conventional role of ward housekeeping, They view the council and the city’s $16.7 billion budget as a massive social engine for radical societal change in spending, policing, educating. And they’re all-in behind Brandon Johnson for mayor, who touts himself as leader of an emerging “multi-racial, multi-generational” majority.

For the past 40 years, since Harold Washington and the 1980s “council wars,” the chamber has been largely divided along racial lines, with a Black/Latino majority (numbering around 30) fighting to get a bigger share of the economic pie. Their goal was to improve quality-of-life in less-wealthy, less White areas. They were all-in for affirmative action and acquiring more power within the system.

For the 40 years before the council was divided along partisan lines, with the Democratic Machine bosses  – Ed Kelly, Jake Arvey, Richard Daley – using City Hall patronage to make aldermen compliant. The council was a “rubber-stamp” for the mayor, although Republicans did climb to 16 in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The goal of an alderman was simple self-preservation: Get enough jobholders to work precincts to get him and the Democratic ticket elected. And vote as you’re told.

The 2019 municipal cycle was historic. Five candidates now part of the Democratic Socialist caucus were elected, and all have been re-elected (Ramirez-Rosa, Rodriguez Sanchez, LaSpata,  Sigcho-Lopez, Taylor). The Progressive Reform Caucus, of which they are members, now numbers 18. The Left, if not the Leftmost of the Left, are nearing a majority. The “Socialist 5” did not run amok because of Lori Lightfoot’s bullying and COVID restrictions. That won’t be the case if Johnson wins.

On Feb. 28, in a 35.8 percent turnout, the Leftist Coalition proved to be real. The major player was United Working Families (UWF), the grassroots operational group funded by the teachers’ unions (CTU and AFT), as well as SEIU (janitors and healthcare workers) and Chicago Federation of Labor (CFL). The UWF recruits and trains candidates and runs their campaigns.

Of 18 ward races, a UWFer either won or earned a runoff in 15 wards. Of the unions’ direct endorsees, AFTers won 9 of 11, CTUers won 4 of 7, SEIU-backed candidates won 16 of 16, and CFL endorsees won 18 of 18. The Chicago Democratic Socialists of America (CDSA) backed 6, losing in wards 30 and 48, but winning in 25, 33, 35 and 46.

Of individuals, governor J.B. Pritzker (D) endorsed and donated to 14 incumbents – and all won. “He didn’t endorse me, and he didn’t endorse any pro-police incumbent,” noted Sposato. Mayoral loser Chuy Garcia, endorsed in 5 losing 2. FOP and CFD Local 2 got involved in several races (those of firefighters Sposato, Napolitano and Gardiner) on the Northwest Side, and is now focused on the 10th and 11th wards, where CPDers are running, and the 21st, where a firefighter is running.  

One group that fared somewhat well was the pro-business Get Stuff Done Super PAC (GSD), founded by ex-Rahm Emanuel strategist Michael Ruemmler. It raised $1.74 million and targeted 2 wards – the near Southwest Side 25th and the Edgewater/Andersonville 48th. GSD deluged both wards with mailers attacking alderman Byron Sigcho-Lopez and Nick Ward, respectively. Ward finished third, but Aida Flores lost 4,201-3,734 to Sigcho-Lopez, who got 52.9 percent.  

Other noteworthy “lefty” Feb. 28 wins: In the 1ST WARD incumbent Daniel LaSpata eked out a 50.1 percent win, avoiding a runoff and letting the Leftist Coalition spend elsewhere. Against 3 opponents, LaSpata got 7,339 to Sam Royko’s 3,432, or 23.4 percent. In the 12TH WARD, vacated by George Cardenas to become a Board of Review commissioner, his anointed successor Anabel Abarca, once Garcia’s chief-of-staff (COS), got beat 3,355-2,531 (57-43) by UWFer Julia Ramirez.

In the Black-majority 20TH WARD, CDSA incumbent Jeanette Taylor squeezed-out a 52.1 percent win over 2 opponents. In the open South Side 6TH WARD vacated by Roderick Sawyer, UWF-backed pastor William Hall topped ex-cop Richard Wooten 2,483-2,412 (23.8-23.2) and heads into a runoff. In the North Side 33RD WARD, where Rosanna Rodriguez Sanchez notched a 13-vote runoff win in 2019, this year was easy-peasy. Against 2 opponents, one of whom was Sammie Martinez, Cardenas’s ex-COS and endorsed by Garcia and ward committeeperson (D) and Clerk of Circuit Court Iris Martinez, she won convincingly with 54.7 percent. A lot of voters in Ravenswood Manor have no problem with her Leftmost Leftist agenda.

In the redrawn 36TH WARD, which stretches from Montclare and Belmont-Cragin southeast to West Town, East Villge and Ukrainian Village, UFWer and CPS teacher Lori Torres Whitt came in with just 30.1 percent, but that was enough to hold incumbent Gil Villegas to 46.5 percent and into a runoff. Villegas topped her 4,240-2,749. Of the ward’s 27 precincts, Villegas won a majority in 13 and plurality in 7; Whitt in 4 and 3. But now the unions will pour in the money.

n the open west Logan Square/Humboldt Park 26TH WARD vacated by Roberto Maldonado, UWFer Jessie Fuentes, a staffer at the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, cruised to an effortless 55.8 percent win, topping ex-DJ Julian Perez and ward committeeperson (D) Angee Gonzalez Rodriguez 4,990-2,863-1,094. With a paltry 12.2 percent, Rodriguez really bombed.

As did UWF in 4 wards. In the Latino 15TH WARD, Ray Lopez crushed UWFer Vicko Alvarez, Rodriguez Sanchez’s COS, with 64.2 percent. In the open far Southeast Side 10TH WARD the CDSA/UWF’S Oscar Sanchez fizzled, getting just 1,503 votes (18.4 percent) to cop Peter Chico’s 40.5 and labor organizer Ana Guajardo’s 26.5. If she picks up the Sanchez vote she wins. In the open Black South Lakefront 4TH WARD, where Toni Preckwinkle was once alderman, UWFer Khari Humphries got 9.4 percent, finishing third.

And in the open North Side Latino 30TH WARD vacated by Ariel Reboyras, CDSA/UWF’s Warren Williams got 24 percent, only slightly behind Reboyras-backed Ruth Cruz’s 27 and ex-teacher and 2019 loser Jessica Gutierrez’s 37.8.  Expect most Williams votes to go to Gutierrez. 

Three open north Lakefront races demand attention, in the 43rd, 46th and 48th wards: Voters just “got numb,” explained 46th Ward committeeperson (D) Sean Tenner, meaning that during the final weeks of February voting households received up to 5 mailers per day, each filled with information, misinformation and/or disinformation. Voters just tuned it out and went with their initial impressions, supporting whomever they knew best or first.

In the 43RD WARD (Lincoln Park), Lightfoot-appointed incumbent Timmy Knudsen failed to fulfill expectations. In a turnout of 14,750, business executive and Sheffield Neighborhood Association president Brian Comer surged late. He got 3,543 votes, or 24.1 percent, to Knudsen’s 3,950, with lawyer and former Preckwinkle aide Rebecca Janowitz fading to third, getting 2,917 votes, or 19.8 percent. As the best-funded woman in the race against 4 men, she was thought to be a lock for the runoff.

Outlook:  Janowitz endorsed Knudsen, but the 43rd Ward and the Lakefront south of Fullerton has resisted Woke/Leftism.  43rd Warders want an alderman who is substantive, not trendy. Comer will win 55-45.

In the 46TH WARD (Uptown, Buena Park, north Lakeview) there is only Center-Left and Leftmost-Left. “Progressives” are moderates and “liberals” conservatives.  Patrick Nagle, a social security administrative judge, had the temerity to oppose “defunding” CPD and got 11.3 percent in a field of 6.

The runoff front runner is Angela Clay.  Second was Kim Walz, and third  Marianne Lalonde. Outlook: Clay wins comfortably.

Florida mayor resigns during meeting, this should happen more often


This Video Is Why I Don't Open Carry

Monday, March 20, 2023

The man called it the way he sees it (it's obvious to everyone)

City’s chief labor negotiator fired over interview on Sun-Times podcast, sources say
Neither the city’s longtime negotiator, Jim Franczek, nor Mayor Lori Lightfoot commented on the situation.
By Fran Spielman

Jim Franczek, Chicago’s chief labor negotiator, has been fired by Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

The city’s longtime chief labor negotiator, attorney Jim Franczek worked for and survived four Chicago mayors: Jane Byrne, Harold Washington, Richard M. Daley and Rahm Emanuel. He couldn’t survive the fifth mayor: Lori Lightfoot.

Sources said a vacationing Lightfoot called Franczek on Monday and summarily fired him for doing a lengthy interview on a Chicago Sun-Times podcast where he essentially endorsed Paul Vallas over Brandon Johnson in the April 4 mayoral runoff.

Shipping Up to Boston (Official Music Video) - MIA x ALLY

Don’t Think That This is Good

John Mearsheimer | The U.S. is DESTROYING UKRAINE

Sunday, March 19, 2023

Bank Failures ...All By Design? (Fed’s Centralizing US Banking System)

House Oversight Committee reveals mystery Biden family member who receiv...

Will Your Bank Be Saved?

$1,000,000 price on his head!


President Donald Trump reacted to the news of his imminent arrest in New York by pointing out that the Manhattan District Attorney’s office’s “leader is funded by George Soros.”

Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg, whom Donald Trump is referring to in his post, was elected in November 2021 with indirect backing from left-wing billionaire George Soros, who gave $1 million to the Color of Change PAC, which spent it to elect Bragg.

The Color of Change PAC is a radical activist group that describes itself as “the nation’s largest online racial justice organization.”

Up until now I have not been particularly enamored with Trump. An indictment on such a BS charge, changes all that.

Is Ireland Still Catholic? | EWTN News In Depth

The Secretary of the Navy is an Idiot

As China's Blue-Water Navy Continues Massive Expansion, US Navy Secretary Says Climate Is His 'Top Priority'

By Mike Miller | 10:00 PM on March 18, 2023

Let’s begin with a sobering — to the sane among us — reality.

China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) surpassed the U.S. Navy in fleet size sometime around 2020 and now possesses roughly 340 warships, according to the Pentagon’s 2022 China Military Power Report, released in November. Moreover, China’s fleet is expected to grow to 400 ships by 2025.

Meanwhile, the U.S. fleet consists of fewer than 300 ships, with a Pentagon goal of 350 manned ships by2045, according to the U.S. Navy’s Navigation Plan 2022, released last summer.

Incidentally, a blue-water navy is a maritime force capable of operating globally, essentially across the deep waters of open oceans. While definitions of what actually constitutes such a force vary, the constant is a requirement for the ability to exercise sea control at long range. In other words, the more dominant a nation’s blue-water navy, the better chance that nation has of controlling the world’s strategic sea lanes.

So, what is the U.S. Navy under Joe Biden doing about this sobering reality?

As reported by the Washington Examiner, Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro has said, multiple times, that fighting climate change has been one of his biggest priorities since taking office. During a recent trip to the Bahamas to meet with Bahamian Prime Minister Philip Davis, the two men talked at length about… wait for it… climate change, and what the United States is doing to fight it. Here’s Del Toro:

As the Secretary of the Navy, I can tell you that I have made climate one of my top priorities since the first day I came into office. The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps team has been working on climate and energy security for a long time, and we are accelerating and broadening those efforts.

Whew! I was worried for a minute, but I’m so relieved that, like the entire Biden administration, Del Toro has his priorities straight. [sarc]

Anyway, how serious is Del Toro about pretend climate change? More specifically, anthropomorphic climate change? The Navy secretary said he sees climate change as an “all-hands-on-deck situation.” (Pay no attention to the uproarious laughter emanating from Beijing and the Kremlin.)

Here’s more, via the Examiner:

Del Toro’s remarks occurred slightly before the Biden administration released its 2024 proposed military budget, which called for fewer naval ships, despite a growing naval threat from China. The U.S. military has been the strongest military force in the world since the 20th century and still has the strongest navy. However, the Chinese navy is larger in terms of fleet size.

The administration’s proposal recommended shrinking the U.S. Navy by a net loss of two ships, despite military experts arguing the administration should increase the number of ships. The proposal recommended decommissioning 11 ships and constructing nine. The military previously set a goal of having 355 manned ships but currently has fewer than 300.

Del Toro has rejected criticism that focusing on climate change would weaken the U.S. defense system, arguing that it would actually make the Navy stronger because it could lead to new technology that can help the U.S. create a Navy that is cost-saving, energy-efficient, climate-friendly, and still keeps the U.S. dominant on the seas.

Awesome advanced rationalization in that last paragraph, huh?

Look, virtually every action America’s armed forces have taken under Joe Biden and the Twins of Woke,Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley, has been filtered through the woke lens of the left.

Saturday, March 18, 2023

BREAKING: Unexpected news on Trump SURRENDERING

Minnesota power plant leaks 400,000 gallons of radioactive water. Besides this, nuclear power is safe.

Trump to be arrested Tuesday


This means is that Trump’s arrest will be a piece of political theater

for the ages, and that’s altogether fitting, as it will be the 

culmination of America’s long decline into banana republic status. The

arrest of Trump, particularly while Hunter Biden, Old Joe, Nancy

“Insider Trading” Pelosi, and Hillary Clinton, along with a host of

other Leftists, remain uninvestigated, will demonstrate that America 

is now a place where corrupt governing officials use the full weight of

the law to persecute and prosecute opposition leaders and silence


This prosecution is so wrong on so many levels. It is entirely possible that Trump's campaign will be energized as never before. 

Friday, March 17, 2023



Jesus ‘Chuy’ Garcia endorses Brandon Johnson in April 4 mayoral runoff

Today is Saint Patrick's Day


New Hunter Biden bombshell: 'It's all coming together'


This is out of a Three Stoges flick

Burglars drill through wall of vacant building in Lincoln Park to reach vault of bank next door
The agency did not say how much money the burglars got away with from the Bank of America at 2163 N. Clybourn Ave. early Sunday.
By Sun-Times Wire
Mar 17, 2023, 6:52am CDT

Photo of a suspect in a weekend bank robbery in Lincoln Park.

Burglars drilled through the wall of a vacant building in Lincoln Park to reach the vault of a bank next door, according to the FBI.

Did something improper occur?

Fifth Third director bought about $1.3 million worth of stock after it plunged
A Fifth Third director spent more than a million dollars to buy the bank's shares
after a dip, but then they dipped even further.

Watch live: St. Patrick's Day celebration in Dublin, Ireland

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Don't be fooled

The Ripple Effect From the Bank Crisis

T tells it like it is!

I always wondered where these came from

One more reason for Illinois small business to just shut down

Five days paid leave guaranteed for Illinois workers under law signed by Pritzker
Starting next year, workers will begin to earn paid leave on their first day at a rate of one hour of leave for every 40 hours worked, up to 40 hours of paid leave for the year.
By Nika Schoonover
Mar 13, 2023, 5:28pm CDT

Gov. J.B. Pritzker signs a bill on Monday mandating paid leave for Illinois workers starting in 2024.

SPRINGFIELD — Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday signed into law a bill ensuring at least 40 hours of paid leave for Illinois workers.

Effective Jan. 1, 2024, workers will begin to earn paid leave on their first day at a rate of one hour of leave for every 40 hours worked, up to 40 hours of paid leave for the year. Employees can begin using their paid leave either 90 days after their employment begins or 90 days after the act’s effective date.

Employers are free to offer more than 40 hours.

“Today we will become the third state in the nation to require paid time off and the first among the largest states,” Pritzker said at a bill-signing ceremony in Chicago. “I’m exceptionally proud that labor and business came together to recognize the value of this requirement to employees and employers alike.”

The measure passed in both chambers earlier this year during the 102nd General Assembly’s lame duck session.

Gov. J.B Pritzker, joined by state elected officials and business and labor union leaders, speaks to reporters before signing a bill mandating paid leave for Illinois workers on Monday.

Prior to the act’s effective date, Illinois workers have not been guaranteed paid time off for sick leave, child care, medical appointments or any other reason.

“About 4 million workers … in Illinois do not have access to even a single sick day,” said state Sen. Kimberly Lightford, D-Westchester, who sponsored the bill in the Senate.

The measure has been under negotiation since 2019 and has “changed hands” a number of times since its inception, Lightford said.

Lightford, who is the Senate’s majority leader, acknowledged former state Sen. Toi Hutchinson, who served from 2009 until 2019 and was an original sponsor of the bill.

“This is an issue that has been lingering around the General Assembly for far too long,” Lightford said. “I’m really glad it landed in my lap when it came over to the Senate.”

When Senate Bill 208 was debated on the floor in January, a key point of opposition was that it would burden small businesses by raising costs.

Illinois Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford speaks to reporters before Gov. J.B. Pritzker signs the bill on Monday.

“My major concern are the little guys. It’s the mom-and-pops that have five, 10, maybe 13 employees, that this has a significant impact on their budgets,” state Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer, R-Jacksonville, said during the debate.

Pritzker pushed back against that sentiment at the bill signing ceremony.

“Just like bigger businesses, small businesses want their workers to be more productive, to be able to deal with their stresses, emergencies at home, so they can be better and more productive at work,” Pritzker said.

“I want to encourage anybody who’s concerned about that to look at, and remind the workers who work for them, how important it is that we have a law like that that protects workers in the state of Illinois.”

The measure does not apply to employees subject to collectively bargained contracts, because time off would be subject to negotiations between the union and the employer.

Ultimately, the measure received a few Republican votes in the House but passed the Senate with only Democratic support.

If you look at the photographs, not one of them has ever run a business, much less opened one.

Monday, March 13, 2023

The Tip of the Iceberg - Banking Crisis

Chicago. 1964 TV travel series "America". Riverview Park and more!

It is reported that Oprah had $550 million on deposit at Silicon Bank


taxpayers are going to cover this one

Biden-Harris Regime Moves to Protect Their Woke Big Tech Donors by Making FDIC Insurance Limitless

The fall of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank are signs that the tech industry’s financial backbone is crumbling. This bodes ill for Democrats who receive the lion’s share of support offered by Big Tech and startups, so they’re making an unprecedented move to limit the damage done to depositors.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen announced through a press release that they are lifting the $250,000 FDIC insurance limit. She proudly announced twice in her release that taxpayers wouldn’t be hit with the burden. This means they’re going to print more money.

Saturday, March 11, 2023

This is the Start of the Bank Crash

High Quality Product

Guinness Chicago brewery to open in Fulton Market this summer

A rendering of the Guinness brewery set to open this summer in Fulton Market.

Guinness is set to open its brewery near the Fulton Market District this summer, and the brews it will be serving might take customers by surprise. The brewery at 901 W. Kinzie St. will serve the Guinness Draught Stout, for which the Irish beer company is known, but it will be imported from its St. James's Gate facility in Dublin, Ireland. At the Chicago brewery, Guinness will make IPAs, sours, lagers — whatever customers demand and the brewers running the facility (who are American, keep in mind) dream up.

This is the tip of the iceberg: Banking Regulators not doing their job!

Thursday, March 9, 2023

It's just not enough

California Boosts Reparations to $360,000 For Each Black Resident
By Paul Schnee - on March 9, 2023

You will notice in the article printed below that California, a state where there was never any slavery, may soon be obliged to pay $360,000.00 by way of reparations for slavery and its concomitant results to every one of its black citizens if Shirley Weber, California’s Secretary of State and our conceptually adrift governor have their way.

In one of the most bizarre statements ever made by one of our public officials, while taking a holiday from history, Ms.Weber notes, “If California can admit its sins and change its narrative, then there is a way forward for states and cities across the nation.”

Sins! Narrative! What on earth is the woman talking about?!! Clearly, she is not on a crusade to right an evil wrong but prefers to stoke the divisiveness of identity politics by pandering to black voters, a constituency without which the Democrats would be doomed to electoral defeat.

No mention is made of the trillions of dollars spent since the passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act in a good faith effort to create a level playing field for all Americans regardless of race. Surely these dollars weigh heavily on the credit side in the Ledger of Reparations.

The staggering amounts of money we have spent creating that playing field and what has been done with it are two different things. We have a national tragedy on our hands. The black community suffers from a 75% illegitimacy rate, 7,000 blacks are murdered by blacks every year and over 300,000 black babies are aborted annually. Somehow I doubt if gifting every black Californian $360,000.00 is going to solve any of those problems.

From the Public Policy Institute of California comes this: “No race or ethnic group constitutes a majority of California’s population: 39% of Californians are Latino, 35% are white, 15% are Asian American or Pacific Islander, 5% are Black, 4% are multiracial, and fewer than 1% are Native American or Alaska Natives, according to the 2020 Census” and according to the 2021 American Community Survey, 27% of Californians are foreign-born.

So, one must ask, who is going to pay the $360,000.00, who is going to receive the $360,000.00 and how will that be determined? Must I pay? My grandparents came through Ellis Island in 1906 and I arrived in California in1984. Will Oprah and LeBron James each receive a check for $360,000.00?

The whole thing is not only preposterous but also a disgusting example of hyper-aggressive, racially hostile, affirmative action and if that doesn’t convince you that the Democrats have more solutions than there are problems then I don’t know what will.

Book that moving van now!

State task force boosts reparations figure to $360K for each black Californian

By Katherine Donlevy, New York Post, March 8, 2023:

A reparations task force in California has increased the amount of money it wants taxpayers to hand out in compensation for racial discrimination and enslavement.

After first proposing $220,000 payments last year, The California Reparations Task Force proposed at a meeting Friday that every black citizen in the state be given a $360,000 check.

The project could cost as much as $640 billion — but there was no word on how it would be funded in the cash-strapped state.

“If California can admit its sins and change the narrative, then there is a way forward for states and cities across the nation,” California Secretary of State Shirley Weber — who authored the bill creating the task force — said.

The task force met Friday for the first session of its two-day deliberations over how much reparations each black citizen who descended from an enslaved ancestor in the US is entitled to and how those reparations will be distributed.

The payments could be made directly to those qualified or in the form of investments in education, health care and homeownership for black communities.

The group reached the proposed $640 billion fund total by using a model that evaluated the state’s racial wealth gap by calculating damages related to specific injustices such as housing discrimination, mass incarceration and health harms.

A history of housing discrimination against black Californians makes up a significant portion of the compensation the panel recommends. Several black communities were bought out or seized through eminent domain to be bulldozed for infrastructure projects, according to the panel’s findings.

There are roughly 1.8 million African-Americans living in the Golden State.

This is a racketeering and extortion scheme. In a state that never had slaves, those who never owned slaves will pay money to those who never were slaves, completely bankrupting the State in the process, and establishing a precedent for bankrupting the entire Nation.

That’s Marxism in action. A covert communist revolution is in play. I doubt the Nation will survive this multilayered onslaught. Every institution is under attack and siege.
Last edited 5 hours ago by Harry Grimes