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U.S. Credit card spending and home equity lines of credit are on the rise. But what will the consequences be?
US Credit Card Spending Is Way, Way Up
In March, U.S. credit card debt reached a record-high $52.4 billion, a trend that is supporting consumer spending briefly, but is bound to lead to serious consequences, analysts fear. While revolving credit rose by 21.4...
Twitter doesn't believe in freedom of speech, stated a senior Twitter engineer in an undercover video sting.
Twitter a Workplace Where Hires ‘Become Commie,’ Project Engineer Says in Undercover Video Interview
The newest object of Elon Musk’s attention, Twitter, “does not believe in free speech” under the outgoing leadership, stated a senior engineer caught in a hidden camera video sting. Additionally, the engineer’s comments depicted a...
Joe Biden is losing the support of Hispanic voters, states new polls from Quinnipiac University.
Hispanic Voters Getting ‘Communist Cuba’ Vibes From Democrats’ Left-wing Politics: RNHA Executive
Hispanics are feeling that the Democratic Party has become similar to what is seen under the Cuban and Venezuelan regimes, says the Vice Chairman of a Hispanic-focused political organization. The comments were made by Vice...
$300 Child Tax Credits to Begin July 15, Covering 9 in 10 Families
Starting July 15 onwards, American families with children will start receiving up to $300 per child on a monthly basis in Child Tax Credit (CTC) payments as part of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion American...
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, speaks onstage during the 2019 Concordia Annual Summit - Day 1 at Grand Hyatt New York on September 23, 2019 in New York City
Microsoft Sees Business, Political Opportunity in Break from Big Tech on AU News Legislation
Microsoft has dissented from its big tech cohorts, Facebook and Twitter, in decrying Australia’s proposed legislation which will require social media and tech companies to pay news publishers for using their content. The Redmond software...
What’s Left of Notre Dame Cathedral After Its Devastating Fire
Two conflagrations that began in the evening of April 15 at the Notre Dame Cathedral burned for hours, devastating much of its interior and completely destroying its elaborate wooden roof. However, the cathedral’s medieval masonry...