We kick off a new year with hopes that this will not be a rerun of 2020 or ’21, despite the best efforts of government officials to keep the fear turned up to 11.Continue Reading

China Evergrande Group, a massive corporation with $300 billion in liabilities, will not make interest payments on its debt next week. Oddly, this was announced Wednesday, the 13th anniversary of the epic Lehman Brothers collapse.Continue Reading

The Biden administration’s vaccine mandate, coming when new COVID cases are dropping across the country, appears intended to distract from a disastrous drone strike that killed 10 innocent people in Afghanistan.Continue Reading

South Australia is testing a home quarantine app that uses geo-location and facial recognition to ensure compliance, while Italy tests a drone that measures body temperatures of people on the beach looking for those with fever.Continue Reading

The FDA’s two top vaccine official quit this week, reportedly upset that the Biden administration announced that most people would be offered a COVID booster shot eight months after vaccination before the FDA signed approved the idea.Continue Reading

The Washington Post reported Sunday that the Taliban offered to allow the US military to secure Kabul after the Afghan government collapsed. American officials declined, allowing the Taliban to take over the city and retaining control only over the airport.Continue Reading