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AfDB: I'm Innocent Of All Charges - Adesina

Dr Akinwumi Adesina, President of African Development Bank (AfDB), has maintained innocence with regards to allegations that seek to impugn his honour and the reputation of the bank. 273 more words

The Social Needs


The definition of poverty in Singapore is rather vague therefore more research is required. In the book titled ‘Measuring poverty in Singapore’, the authors argued stating that ‘it is time for Singapore to join comparable developed nations in officially defining and measuring poverty’. 497 more words


Nation That Revolted Over Three-Pence Tax On Tea Now 'Pretty Cool' With Government Locking Everyone In Their Homes, from The Babylon Bee

U.S.—The nation that once revolted over minor taxes on tea and stamps is now “pretty cool” with state and local governments locking everyone in their homes and robbing them of their livelihood indefinitely. 193 more words


The Greatest Accomplices: Why most existing monopolies should be broken up

By UffzKyle

More likely than not, you’ve witnessed a so-called libertarian speaking in defense of companies such as Twitter, Facebook, Google or Tesla in the past. 467 more words


The Coonman Cometh, by Eric Peters

Now the governor of Virginia, like democratic governors in other states, is mandating face masks. Virginians will be forced to forego fresh air outside their homes and breath in their own respiratory wastes. 241 more words


Trump’s ‘Keyboard Warriors’ Get the Story While the Legacy Media Ignores #Obamagate, by Thomas J. Farnan

The alternate media started poking holes in Russiagate early and got it right. The mainstream media peddled nonstop lies and got it embarrassingly wrong. They keep ignoring evidence and refuse to ask the hard questions about their own culpability. 211 more words


From 9/11 to COVID-19, It’s Been a Perpetual State of Emergency, by John W. Whitehead

Emergencies frighten people, and when people are frightened, they’ll trade liberty for safety. From John W. Whitehead at rutherford.org:

“The fundamental political question is why do people obey a government.

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