How The Fight Over American Freedom Will Probably Escalate

How The Fight Over American Freedom Will Probably Escalate
Authored by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.us,

Three months ago in December I published an article titled ‘Is The Globalist Reset Failing? The Elites May Have Overplayed Their Hand’. I was specifically interested in the development of the pandemic “crisis”, the lockdown mandates of governments worldwide, the bizarre vaccination campaign for the new and under-tested mRNA cocktail which was rushed out to the public in the span of six months, the World Economic Forum’s open statements that they hoped to exploit the pandemic as a springboard for their globalist agenda, and

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Escobar: The Shape Of Things To Come In China

Escobar: The Shape Of Things To Come In China
Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Asia Times,

It’s Lianghui (“Two Sessions”) time – the annual ritual of the Beijing leadership. The stars of the show are the top political advisory body, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference; and the traditional delivery of a work report by the Prime Minister to the top legislature, the National People’s Congress (NPC).

The review of the draft outline of China’s 14th Five-Year Plan will proceed all the way to March 15. But in the current juncture, this is not only about 2025 (remember Made

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​​​​​​​First-Ever “Space Hotel” Begins Construction In 2025, Operational By 2027

​​​​​​​First-Ever “Space Hotel” Begins Construction In 2025, Operational By 2027
Orbital Assembly Corp., a California-based startup, has raised a million dollars with aims at opening an out-of-this-world space hotel in low Earth orbit by 2027, according to Daily Mail

Orbital calls itself the “world’s first large-scale space construction company” and has grand ambitions to build the first space hotel in low Earth orbit, beginning in 2025. The hotel will be equipped with restaurants, a cinema, spa, and space pods (rooms) for 400 people.

The 3-year-old company plans to use robots to construct the celestial hotel shaped like a

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Watch: Boeing “Loyal Wingman” Stealth Drones Makes First Flight 

Watch: Boeing “Loyal Wingman” Stealth Drones Makes First Flight 
About two years after we told readers the pilotless “Loyal Wingman” drone was being developed in Australia, the military unmanned aerial vehicle that uses artificial intelligence to attack enemy targets has conducted its first test flight, according to ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 

Boeing developed the Loyal Wingman in partnership with the Defence Department and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). It’s the first time in more than five decades a military plane has been designed and manufactured in Australia. 

The RAAF wants the Loyal Wingman to fly alongside high-value assets such as

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Money Can Buy Happiness After All

Money Can Buy Happiness After All
What’s the relationship between money and happiness? Previous studies have indicated that, while money can in fact buy happiness, it plateaus at approximately $75,000/year.

However, as Visual Capitalist’s Carmen Ang details below, new research suggests otherwise.

Using over a million real-time reports from a large U.S. sample group, a recent study found that happiness increases linearly with reported income (logarithmic), and continues to rise beyond the $80,000/year mark.

Below, we’ll provide more details on the research methodology, while touching on a few possible reasons why higher incomes may improve people’s happiness levels.

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San Francisco Pays $16.1 Million To Shelter 300 Homeless In Tents

San Francisco Pays $16.1 Million To Shelter 300 Homeless In Tents
Authored by Rick Moran via PJMedia.com,

California is in the midst of a self-induced homelessness crisis that shows no sign of abating anytime soon. The crisis is especially acute in San Francisco, where Mayor London Breed has erected three tent cities to house about 300 homeless people.

The cost? About $61,000 a year per tent. All told, the cost of the program is $16.1 million. I guess in San Francisco, even the tents are first class.

The city is running a $650 million deficit and the tent city isn’t

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These Are The Companies Whose Employees Most Often Get Payday Loans

These Are The Companies Whose Employees Most Often Get Payday Loans
Submitted by Priceonomics,

Payday loans are used by people who need money fast, who often have no other way of borrowing money to cover an unexpected expense. The benefit of these kinds of loans is they enable you to meet your immediate financial obligations. The risk, however, is you are taking on debt and incurring future obligations that require future income to fulfill.

This article analyzes the employment status of people who take on payday loans. Do they have jobs that will enable them to pay back the

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Iran’s IRGC Says It Thwarted Rare Airline Hijacking Attempt Midflight 

Iran’s IRGC Says It Thwarted Rare Airline Hijacking Attempt Midflight 
A bizarre story circulating widely in Iranian state media sources says the country’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) thwarted a rare attempt to hijack a passenger plane soon after it took off from an airport in the southwest city of Ahvaz. 

An IRGC statement said a terrorist targeted an Iran Air Fokker 100 regional commercial jet that was bound for the northwestern city of Mashhad, and tried to force it to fly south across the Persian Gulf. The incident reportedly happened Thursday and resulted in the plane making an

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Emmy For Slow-Motion Career Trainwreck: Cuomo Stripped Of Emergency Powers As Sexual Assault Charges Mount

Emmy For Slow-Motion Career Trainwreck: Cuomo Stripped Of Emergency Powers As Sexual Assault Charges Mount
In November, the TV Academy presented Cuomo with the International Emmy Founders Award “in recognition of his leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and his masterful use of TV to inform and calm people around the world.” It sure wishes it could take that day back.

Late on Friday, three days after NY legislators reached a deal to strip disgraced NY governor Andrew Cuomo – who now finds himself in a vortex of potentially criminal scandals involving both nursing home deaths and alleged sexual assaults

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“The Saudi-Led Coalition Is Struggling” – Ansar Allah’s “Concerning” Success In Ops Against Riyadh

“The Saudi-Led Coalition Is Struggling” – Ansar Allah’s “Concerning” Success In Ops Against Riyadh
Submitted by South Front,

Yemen’s Ansar Allah are on the offensive on Marib city, once again. The Saudi-led coalition is struggling.

The Houthis, as Ansar Allah, are colloquially known, reportedly captured 10 out of 14 districts of the city in their latest push on March 4th.

The Houthi government deputy foreign minister, Hussein al-Ezzi said that apart from the significant central district of Marib city, every other significant location was under their control. A key strategic location, home to one of the largest oil infrastructures

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