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One-Click Bitcoin Payments Are Now Available In 30 Countries

Primer, a global payment infrastructure provider, now allows merchants worldwide to accept bitcoin as payment through a 1-click checkout function through a partnership with OpenNode according to a press release.

OpenNode is a bitcoin payments infrastructure provider and with Primer’s leading commerce automation platform, users across the world will be able to access seamless payments using bitcoin.

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Twitter Exec Mocks Elon Musk’s Free Speech Commitment, Jokes About Asperger’s

On Tuesday night, Project Veritas released part two of their bombshell Twitter exposé. This time they got lead client partner Alex Martinez on camera saying that Twitter as a company cares more about ideology than making money. But simultaneously, the employee expresses the thought that Twitter’s rules are what keeps advertisers happy.

“As an advertiser, as my business is what I do everyday and why I go out is like, we want [Twitter] to be as fair and transparent and accurate as possible. And if that means there’s a level of censorship to make it correct. Quote, unquote again. And what does correct mean? I guess, like, it just kind of goes into the idea of like, well, what is correct?”

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Jeff Bezos Lashes Out at Joe Biden and The Democrats

Years after he avoided responding to attacks from politicians on all sides, the second richest man in the world has decided to fight back. As a challenger determined to bring down the defending champion, Bezos has chosen to be on the offensive. It is he who will dictate the fight by engulfing himself in any opening that his opponent will give him. His tactic is clear: takes a page out of Elon Musk’s book.

In two days, in two successive attacks, Bezos accuses the Biden administration of “misdirection.” Interestingly, the mogul’s attacks come as CEOs grapple with the impact of their policy interventions following the Florida governor’s decision to sanction Disney for taking a stand against the “Don’t Say Gay” bill in the state.

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Hawley Introducing Measure To Strip Disney Of Copyright Protections

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced legislation on Tuesday that would strip “woke corporations like Disney” of special protections enabling companies to hold copyright material for decades.

“Thanks to special copyright protections from Congress, woke corporations like Disney have earned billions while increasingly pandering to woke activists,” Hawley said in a statement. “It’s time to take away Disney’s special privileges and open up a new era of creativity and innovation.”

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Elon Musk Sends Twitter Stock Into Frenzy After Saying Deal For Site ‘Temporarily On Hold’

Elon Musk sent Twitter’s stock on a rollercoaster ride early Friday as he claimed that his $44 billion deal to take over the site was “temporarily on hold” — then insisted hours later that he was “still committed” to the buyout. 

“Twitter deal temporarily on hold pending details supporting calculation that spam/fake accounts do indeed represent less than 5% of users,” the Tesla CEO said in an early Friday tweet at 5:44 a.m. 

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Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Florida’s Dissolution Of Disney’s Reedy Creek District

A federal judge has tossed the first challenge to Florida’s law dissolving Disney’s Reedy Creek special district.

The lawsuit filed  on behalf of residents of Orange and Osceola counties argued that the dissolution would result in increased taxation for residents forced to bear maintenance costs formerly handled by the Walt Disney World theme park.  The judge dismissed the case on two grounds.

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US Producer Price Index – A Measurement of Inflation – Reaches 11% in April

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) came out with its report on inflation this morning and it shows the Producer Price Index stands at 11%.

The Labor Department said Thursday that its producer price index — which measures inflation before it reaches consumers — climbed 0.5% in April from March. That is a slowdown from the previous month, however, when it jumped 1.6%.

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Why Is Biggest Baby Formula Plant In US STILL Shut Down After Three Months?

The biggest baby formula supplier in the U.S. has denied its Michigan plant is responsible for the deaths of two children despite the FDA closing it down.

An Abbott spokesperson told DailyMail.com Tuesday that ‘thorough investigation’ by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Abbott revealed ‘infant formula produced at our Sturgis facility is not the likely source of infection in the reported cases and that there was not an outbreak caused by products from the facility’.

However, despite the findings of the investigation, the plant remains shuttered nearly three months later, fueling the nationwide baby formula shortage.

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Fauci, Collins Shared In ‘Secret’ NIH ‘Royalties’ Totaling $350M: Watchdog Report

Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins and other bigwigs at the National Institutes of Health reaped more than $350 million in secretive “royalty” payments from drug companies and other third parties over a 10-year period, according to an explosive new report from a watchdog organization.

“Because those payments enrich the agency and its scientists, each and every royalty payment could be a potential conflict of interest and needs disclosure,” OpenTheBooks.com co-founder and CEO Adam Andrzejewski wrote. “NIH is a revolving door of tens of billions of dollars in government grant-making coupled with hundreds of millions of dollars in private – non-transparent – royalty payments.”

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