Month: September 2021

Is The Price Of Oil All That Matters To Central Banks

Original Article By Tyler Durden At ZeroHedge.com

DB’s Jim Reid has published a remarkable observation in his “chart of the day” note, one which suggests that at least for the ECB, the price of oil – with its widespread social, financial and economic implications – may be all that matters.

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YouTube Bans Vaccine Skepticism, Boots RFK Jr, Mercola, And Others

Original Article By Tom Parker At ReclaimTheNet.org

The tech giant’s far-reaching censorship rules get even stricter.

YouTube has expanded its far-reaching “medical misinformation” rules beyond COVID-19 vaccines and will now censor any content that “falsely alleges that approved vaccines are dangerous and cause chronic health effects, claims that vaccines do not reduce transmission or contraction of disease, or contains misinformation on the substances contained in vaccines will be removed.”

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Arizona AG Announces Review Of Maricopa County Election Audit

Original Article By WND.com

When the Arizona state Senate revealed last week the results of its audit of the 2020 presidential election race in Maricopa County, which confirmed more than 57,000 problem ballots in a county won by Joe Biden by a handful, some may have thought the issue was over.

They would have been wrong.

This week, Arizona Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate Mark Brnovich announced a review of the issue, and so did officials in Maricopa County.

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Texas Details Audit Of 2020 Elections In 4 Counties

Original Article By OANN.com

The secretary of state in Texas has launched a forensic audit of the 2020 elections in four large counties. The office unveiled details on the audit on Tuesday, saying it will involve all ballots and voting machines in the Dallas, Harris, Tarrant and Collins counties.

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Activision Blizzard Settles Its EEOC Lawsuit With An $18 million payout

Original Article By J. Conditt At Engadget.com

This is just one lawsuit facing the house of Call of Duty.

In order to settle a lawsuit brought by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Activision Blizzard has agreed to establish an $18 million fund for eligible claimants — meaning, employees who were harmed by the company’s discriminatory hiring and management practices. The EEOC lawsuit was filed Monday, and that same afternoon, Activision Blizzard announced the $18 million conclusion.

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