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U.S. Investors Have Lost $7.6 Trillion Since Biden Took Office

Earlier this year, President Joe Biden boasted that the stock market had hit "record after record after record on my watch, while making things more equitable for working-class people."

‘U.N. Women’ Cuts Ties with BlackRock

United Nations group says there are too many "concerns raised by civil society" against world's largest financial asset manager.

Biden Student Loan Handout Gives up to $20K to Lawyers, Doctors Set to Make Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars

President Biden's student loan handout will provide relief for recent law school and medical school graduates who will soon earn hundreds of thousands of dollars.

America Still Recieving Russian Imports

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The ‘Inflation Reduction Act’: The Green New Deal’s New Look?

Although our legacy media have dutifully described the Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)/Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) climate bill as the “Inflation Reduction Act,” it’s no stretch to call that a misnomer.

Amazon Cuts 100,000 Employees From Workforce in a Single Quarter

Amazon, one of the largest tech employers in the world, has revealed that it is now hiring at the slowest pace since 2019 and has cut over 100,000 employees globally in the June quarter, likely due to the dramatic economic slowdown since 2021.

Biden to Call on Congress to Pass Three-Month Gas Tax Holiday

President Joe Biden is planning to call on Congress on Wednesday to pass legislation that will establish a federal gas tax holiday for three months as part of the administration's effort to lower prices at the pump.

Excessive Government Spending Is Dragging Down the American Economy, Analysts Say

A year ago, President Joe Biden was riding the polls with a 59 percent approval rating having just signed what he called the “American Rescue Plan”...

Biggest Money Manager BlackRock Expects 75% of Company and Govt. Assets to Be Net Zero-Aligned by 2030

"Our clients' portfolios—which reflect the global economy—cannot reach net zero without sustained and consistent government policy, accelerated technological breakthroughs, and substantial adaptation in corporate business models," says BlackRock.

White House to Extend Student Loan Pause Through August

The Biden administration plans to freeze federal student loan payments through Aug. 31, extending a moratorium that has allowed millions of Americans to postpone payments during the coronavirus pandemic, according to an administration official familiar with the White House’s decision-making.

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