FBI Director Christopher Wray Wants Social Media Platforms To Assume More “Responsibility” and “Moderate” Content

by Jose Nino, Big League Politics: In the present political context, there is very little distinction between the public and private. This dynamic is apparent with Big Tech and its intimate relationship with the administrative state. In recent years, Big Tech companies have offered themselves up as private enforcers of the managerial regime’s agenda. No […]

Revealed: Woke Gen. Mark Milley Drafted Embarrassing Resignation Letter Under Trump

by Chris Menahan, Information Liberation: Woke General Mark Milley drafted a cringeworthy letter of resignation after President Donald Trump ordered Lafayette Square cleared of violent Black Lives Matter rioters in June 2020. After BLM rioters set fire to the historic St John’s Church across from the White House and started looting local shops and attacking people in […]

Will The Assassination Of President Trump Be The Final Solution Of The Nazicrat Party?

by Chad Miller, DC Clothesline: In the hot off the press aftermath of the Democrat FBI gestapos recent raid of president Trump’s Palm Beach, Florida residence at Mar-A-Lago, now we have former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik Tweeting out to tell us the last resort for this criminal uni-party establishments riding themselves of […]

The Kremlin has demonstrated that Russia is reluctant to take decisive action

by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts: The Kremlin has demonstrated that Russia is reluctant to take decisive action.  That doesn’t mean Russia won’t.  Indeed, the Kremlin’s reluctance almost guarantees that Russia will be forced into decisive action. Ukraine steals Russian  assets — — and Ukraine outside Donbass is permitted life as a country at peace. There […]

SoftBank Lost $39 Billion in 6 Months, Wiping Out the Bubble Gains of the Vision Funds Since 2017: Easy Come, Easy Go

by Wolf Richter, Wolf Street: Now trying to avoid “a blow that would be irreversible.” SoftBank reported its biggest loss in history, as it said in its presentation today, of ¥3.16 trillion, or about $23.5 billion, for the quarter through June (its fiscal Q1), mostly due to mega-losses in its Vision Fund segment, and some […]