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Big Tech companies shift to making semiconductors in-house

Some of the largest tech companies have decided to respond to the semiconductor shortage by designing their chips internally. Tech analysts and business people have spoken about the semiconductor shortage and how the coronavirus pandemic has severely drained the resources required to make the chips and parts needed for everyday electronic devices.

Study shows there were 8,700 George Floyd ‘events’ costing up to $2 billion

But Capitol riot, called an 'insurrection,' lasted only hours, cost $1.5 million.

Biden’s energy-climate agenda facing 5 big problems

'Oil obviously has no alternative'

California’s State Pension Invests Millions in Chinese State-Owned Companies

CalPERS has $490 million tied up in companies funding Belt and Road

Chinese Acquisition of Semiconductor Firm Poses Security Risks, US Treasury Warns

The U.S. Treasury Department said the sale of Magnachip Semiconductor Corp. to a Chinese private equity firm poses “risks to national security,” as Chinese investments in critical technologies meet with enhanced U.S. scrutiny.

Interview with Bishop Schneider: COVID rules may be ‘a kind of prefiguration’ of the mark of the Beast

As a former citizen of a communist country, the bishop is very much opposed to the 'sanitary dictatorship' that is being set up in so many countries under the pretense of fighting COVID-19.

Canadian Pastor Who Faces 4-Year Jail Sentence For ‘Inciting’ Church Warns Americans: ‘The Enemy Is Not Hiding Anymore’

The Polish-Canadian pastor who faces a potential four-year jail sentence for holding church services in Calgary, Alberta, is warning Americans that the tyranny he saw growing up in communist Poland has spread to Western countries.

China Admits Taliban Ties Aimed at Getting Afghanistan’s $3 Trillion in Rare Earths

In the course of hectoring the United States for its “bungled and embarrassing withdraw from Afghanistan” on Thursday, China’s state-run Global Times admitted Beijing has a rapacious interest in Afghanistan’s vast rare-earths mineral resources and snarled it was none of America’s business if China makes deals with the Taliban to get what it wants.

Taliban fighters riding bumper cars and a merry-go-round following their takeover of Afghanistan

As thousands of people swarmed Kabul's airport on Monday in a bid to escape the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, videos circulating on social media appeared to show armed Taliban fighters enjoying amusement-park rides.

Fleeing People Cling to, Fall From Planes Departing Airport in Kabul

Video from Kabul’s international airport shows people clinging to departing American planes as thousands of desperate Afghans attempt to flee the city following the Taliban’s takeover.

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