Gulf Coast Braces For Tropical Storm Cristobal To Strike On Sunday

Gulf Coast Braces For Tropical Storm Cristobal To Strike On Sunday
Tyler Durden
Sat, 06/06/2020 – 20:00

Tropical Storm Cristobal continues to strengthen as the storm is headed to an area of the Louisiana coast littered with offshore oil platforms.

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“Here’s Your ‘V’!” – No, The Market Is Not Forward-Looking

“Here’s Your ‘V’!” – No, The Market Is Not Forward-Looking
Tyler Durden
Sat, 06/06/2020 – 19:30

Authored by Sven Henrich via NorthmanTrader.com,

In this week’s edition of Straight Talk Guy Adami, Dan Nathan and I are diving into the surprising jobs report, the hot topics of the widening wealth gap and social unrest, the Fed’s role in all of it, the implications of the widening rift on our society, the risks of a building record rift between asset prices and the real economy and we also offer a heartfelt discussion of the reasons of why we do what we do, offer our often contrarian and critical opinions. read more

INSURRECTION in America! Important Clinton Email Update, Tom Fitton Testifies to Congress & MORE!

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Tom Fitton: Judicial Watch is Winning The Fight Against MD County’s Illegal Cash Benefits Program

Judicial Watch announced that a federal court ruled a Montgomery County, MD, program that provides $10 million in cash payments to illegal aliens likely violates federal law and irreparably harms county taxpayers. The court ordered the county to hold back 25% of any unspent funds until the court can fully consider the merits of Judicial Watch’s taxpayer lawsuit (Bauer, et al, v. Elrich, et al. (No. 20-cv-01212)). The court denied Judicial Watch’s request for a temporary restraining order. Read more HERE: https://www.judicialwatch.org/press-releases/victory-md/ read more

Tom Fitton on Capitol Hill: How Can We Protect The Right to Vote During the #COVID19 Pandemic?

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton provided testimony on June 3 before the House Committee on the Judiciary’s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties during a hearing titled “Protecting the Right to Vote During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

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50 State AGs Are Pushing To Breakup Google’s Ad-Tech Dominance Alongside DOJ

50 State AGs Are Pushing To Breakup Google’s Ad-Tech Dominance Alongside DOJ
Tyler Durden
Sat, 06/06/2020 – 19:00

In what would be a monumental move — and we might ad good for independent media breaking the shackles of the mainstream’s ongoing attempts to police content and punish dissent — Google’s total dominance over online advertising could soon come to an end.

CNBC revealed Friday that no less than 50 sate attorneys general have been investigating Google’s business practices as part of a months long probe alongside a parallel DOJ effort, and momentum is gaining toward a looming major antitrust lawsuit against the internet giant. read more

The Real Looters Are The Politicians

The Real Looters Are The Politicians
Tyler Durden
Sat, 06/06/2020 – 18:30

Authored by James Bovard via The American Institute for Economic Research,

The brutal killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police spurred widespread protests which have been followed by looting in dozens of American cities. CNN’s Don Lemon compared looters who plundered Neiman Marcus and other upscale stores to those at the Boston Tea Party. But far more Americans likely agreed with Quinta Caylor, a black North Carolina nurse on Twitter, who denounced the looters who “THUGGED OUT in 1 day” businesses that owners had worked long and hard to build.   read more

Anything But “Incredible”: For Millennials And Women, The Jobs Report Was Catastrophic

Anything But “Incredible”: For Millennials And Women, The Jobs Report Was Catastrophic
Tyler Durden
Sat, 06/06/2020 – 18:05

There were clear problems with Friday’s “incredible” – as Trump put it – jobs report.

First and foremost the BLS’ own admission there was a “survey error” which may have reduced the real unemployment rate by up to 3% as survey-takers mistakenly counted about 4.9 million temporarily laid-off people as employed, then moving through some very aggressive statistical assumption revisions to boost the “birth/death” model, the curious case of millions of “jobs” resurrected temporarily thanks to the PPP program: as recruitment firm LaSalle Network head Tom Gimbel said, today’s jobs report may offer a “false ray of light” because almost all job gains stemmed from furloughed employees kept on the books due to PPP loans (he said he was seeing real weakness in new hiring). read more

Who Hijacked the Protests?

Zooming In’s Simone Gao sat down with Raheem Kassam, co-host of War Room: Pandemic, to discuss one of the groups that infiltrated the protests for George Floyd’s death: ANTIFA. They also discussed if hijacking protests to serve leftist ideological goals would become the new norm in America. And finally, if military should be deployed to restore order.

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NYPD Can Keep Protesters Detained for More Than 24 Hours: Judge

New York Supreme Court Justice James Burke said on June 4 that the New York Police Department can hold detained protesters for more than 24 hours.

Burke refused a writ filed by the New York’s Legal Aid Society to release over 100 protesters arrested during the protests that followed the killing of George Floyd and under detention for more than 24 hours, according to the New York Law Journal.

New York courts earlier held that people should generally be arraigned within 24 hours. Burke said his decision comes because the city is facing a double crisis. read more