Andrew Yang’s Plan to Regulate ‘Big Tech’ Is Tyranny

Andrew Yang’s plan to regulate big tech will end up backfiring, and trample the Constitution in the process. As technology outpaces government’s understanding of it, policymakers are at a loss in trying to regulate it properly. Yang’s proposal to create more government, not to mention a new department, completely ignores the $22 trillion deficit hanging …

Spooky Black Cat Perfectly Explains Sam Darnold’s Sudden Meltdown

As the Haunting of Sam Darnold prepares to enter its fourth week, New York Jets fans should be relieved to discover that the cause of their franchise quarterback’s sudden meltdown has an explanation that has nothing to do with football. Last night, in their first game since Halloween, the hometown New York Giants and visiting …

Blizzard Doesn’t Want You to Know About Its Big Fat Blitzchung Lie

Blizzard appears to have been caught lying about the Hearthstone controversy that has embroiled the company in recent months. After President J. Allen Brack “apologized” at the start of BlizzCon 2019, the company claimed employees were free to weigh in on Hong Kong on social media – just not game streams. However, the evidence does …

Bitmain’s US IPO Plans Could Go Up in Smoke

Bitmain, a leading bitcoin miner, has repoortedly secretly filed for an IPO that is sponsored by Deutsche Bank, a German multinational company. | Reuters/Dado Ruvic Bitmain, a leading bitcoin miner, has secretly filed for an IPO that is sponsored by Deutsche Bank, a German multinational company, as reported by Tencent News. The company has been …

The U.S. Yield Curve Tells Us That a Devastating Recession Is Unavoidable

U.S. government debt yields have risen over the past two months, correcting a frightful inversion between the 2-year and 10-year Treasury notes that sparked concerns of an imminent recession. Just because the so-called ‘recession indicator’ is correcting itself, don’t be fooled into thinking the dangers have gone away. As a matter of fact, the Treasury …

Pete Buttigieg’s Lurch to the Center Reeks of Hypocrisy

Two months before officially announcing his presidential campaign, Pete Buttigieg appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, selling himself as a generational and transformational presence in national politics. Not only could Buttigieg, 37, drive turnout among millennials, still the Democratic party’s most untapped base of likely supporters, but the mayor of South Bend would bring a movement …

GE Pension Failure Could Send Investors into Arms of Bitcoin

General Electric (GE) has decided to freeze its pension plan, removing two of the key features that have come to be associated with retirement savings – secure and guaranteed – for tens of thousands of employees. GE isn’t the first company to pull the plug, but as one of the oldest traditional companies in corporate …