President Biden this week condemned political violence as a threat to democracy, but strangely enough, he failed to mention threats to Republican politicians or $2 billion property damage from “fiery but mostly peaceful protests” by liberals.

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The Federal Reserve Bank plans to launch a new settlement system called FedNow by next summer. While it’s not blockchain-based, like cryptocurrency, it would route credit and debit card transactions through the Fed—meaning instant government records of card purchases.Continue Reading

Analysts are increasing convinced that the US has entered a recession, and the odds of a so-called “soft landing” are growing dim.Continue Reading

The Pentagon said last week it provided the intelligence used by Ukraine to kill 12 Russian generals and Russia’s Black Sea flagship, the Moskva. This raises the question of where, exactly, is Putin’s “red line” regarding American involvement in that war?

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Support in Congress is growing for a fiat digital currency run by the Federal Reserve Bank. This would ostensibly reach consumers without bank accounts, but it would also mean the government would have a record of your every purchase.

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