Matt Drudge’s DrudgeReport.com continues what can only be described as its historic crash in readership.
The Drudge Report’s site traffic fell to 63 million readers, down from 95 million readers in September 2019.
A year ago, in August 2019, the …Continue Reading
The U.S. Commerce Department’s plans to ban TikTok and WeChat will take one step forward on Sunday as Trump administration executive orders go into effect against the social media apps.
The Department announced today that the distribution or maintenance …Continue Reading
San Francisco Mayor London Breed (D) announced last week that the second phase of the city’s reopening would allow certain businesses to resume normal operations. Businesses affected include salons, massage services, nail salons, and barbershops.
The announcement was made …Continue Reading
The Chinese government has begun making what can be described as veiled threats about dumping U.S. Treasury bonds into financial markets. The Chinese Communist Party currently owns more than $1 trillion in US Treasury securities.
The CCP’s premier state-owned English-language …Continue Reading
The Trump administration announced yesterday that it would ban evictions through the end of the year of tenants who are unable to pay their rent due to the Covid19 pandemic.
An executive order by President Trump directs the Centers …Continue Reading
Ride-hailing service Uber has announced passengers who have violated the company’s mask mandate will soon be required to take a selfie proving they are wearing a mask before ordering future trips.
Uber has required that both passengers and drivers …Continue Reading