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Interest Rates Continue to Rise: The Big Picture

After the election on November 3rd, the decrease in fuel prices began to stop at around $2.10 to find its way towards an upward trajectory. This was a clear sign that even before President Biden’s inauguration, the markets were already adjusting to future policy demands and changes. Between election day of Nov. 3rd 2021 to the inauguration on January 20th the price of gas increased from $2.10 to $2.37 per gallon. From Jan 20th to March 15th, the new administration’s policies pushed gas prices upward to $2.90.

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America Enters Another Open-Ended Proxy War

In an effort to send Russia a message, Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi and a few other representatives traveled to Ukraine to show America’s commitment to another open-eded war. As they met with the President of Ukraine and provided a press statement, Representative Jason Crow stated, “But one thing is really clear that this delegation wanted to send, but also President Biden has made very clear with his most recent aid package request. It is a historic request that we’re going to push hard in the United States Congress to help pass, and it send a very simple message. We are not interested in stalemate, we are not interested in going back to the status quo. The United States of America is in this to win it. And we will stand with Ukraine until victory is won.“

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History in the Making: Beating the Drums of WAR Against Russia

If one listens to our political leaders throughout recent history, you could easily surmise that some have wanted to be where we’re at today. What do the Uyghurs, Southern Mongolians, Ethiopians, Kenyans, Rwandans, Ugandan’s and the South Sudanese have in common?

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The World Begins to Protest Over Chinese Neocolonialism

Across the world, segments of populations are protesting Chinese Neocolonialism over China’s economic practices, environmental practices, human rights violations, genocide, cheap labor practices, economic debt traps and unethical and atrocious business practices to name a few. What do the Uyghurs, Southern Mongolians, Ethiopians, Kenyans, Rwandans, Ugandan’s and the South Sudanese have in common?

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US Military Imposes Deadline for COVID Shots, Soldiers at Risk of Losing Rank, Positions and Disciplinary Actions

Much like the nurses that were heroes during the pandemic for their consistent efforts and accomplishments in pulling the American people through their medical needs both COVID-19 and beyond, but are now getting fired for not being vaccinated. The U.S. military service members are also feeling the same push and agenda within their ranks.

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