October 20, 2018

First Deaths Reported From Hurricane Florence After Tree Falls On South Carolina Family’s Home

Hurricane Florence took its first two victims Friday afternoon when a mother and infant were killed after a tree fell on their North Carolina home, according to local police reports. The father was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington for medical care, according to a tweet from the Wilmington police’s Twitter profile. “WPD […]

‘Mass Shooting’ Reported In Jacksonville, Florida.

Police are asking that the public steer clear of the Jacksonville Landing area in Florida after a shooting Sunday reportedly killed three people, including the gunman, and injured several others. Mass shooting at the Jacksonville Landing. Stay far away from the area. The area is not safe at this time. STAY AWAY #TheLandingMassShooting — Jax […]

CHECK THIS OUT=> Yesterday’s GDP Reported by US BEA More Than One Point Below Predictions at 2.6% …Is BEA Deep State Too?

As we noted in December Barack Obama was arguably the worst economic President since 1949 and probably ever. Barack Obama was the only President to have not had even one year of 3% GDP growth. Here is the complete list of average annual real GDP growth by postwar president (in descending order): Johnson (1964-68), 5.3% […]

Bill Clinton Took Twice As Many Flights On ‘Pedophile Island’ Billionaire’s ‘Lolita Express’ Than Previously Reported

Jeffrey Epstein, the “billionaire pedophile” who was accused of keeping under aged girls as sex slaves on his private island, was long known to be friendly with former President Bill Clinton. The extent of that relationship, however, has never been made clear. But new records indicate the former leader of the free world was much […]

Unemployment Rate Reported at 5 Percent — but Here’s the Other Key Number Left Out of Many Reports

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. hiring roared back in October after two weak months, with employers adding a robust 271,000 jobs, the most since December. The unemployment rate dipped to a fresh seven-year low of 5 percent. The burst of hiring across a range of industries came as companies shrugged off slower overseas growth and a […]

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