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As non-productive Americans spend printed money they didn't earn, the price of everything they didn't produce will continue to rise. Policy makers will claim supply can't keep up with demand in a booming economy. But the U.S. economy is a bust. All that's booming is money supply.

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Today, @unicefireland  launches a campaign, inviting people to 'Give' a vaccine when they 'Get' a free vaccine from the HSE. UNICEF global Goodwill Ambassador, Liam Neeson, explains the initiative here:

From the top of Starbase high bay

Can we not learn from others to do a proper TOTAL Lockdown? Do they really think that the B40s and M40s can endure another 6 more months of this after having suffered in the previous 9 months?

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NEW: Trump twice directly pushed acting AG Rosen to revive voter fraud lawsuits that SCOTUS & a federal judge rejected, per emails uncovered by House Oversight Committee. Perhaps the most explicit example yet of the ex-POTUS politicizing law enforcement.

Here's a chart that's going to be in the newsletter. Cost of shipping goods from China to the US West Coast still absolutely soaring

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EARLIER: Biden said U.S. allies have thanked him for his planned summit with Putin in Geneva, but he warned the Russian president that relations would be severely damaged if imprisoned opposition leader Alexey Navalny dies in prison

"It's the pinnacle of success. It's where our grassroots come from" Beef farmer Robert Mackenzie says he's "very proud to provide high-quality" beef to British consumers after the UK agrees a trade deal with Australia

#COVID19 has shone a spotlight on global vulnerabilities. One of them — supply chains.   EU & Canada have launched a Strategic Partnership on Critical Raw Materials. Will help EU diversify our supply chains, reduce dependencies, support green & digital transition. #EUCanada 

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Oil production on a per-barrel basis puts Africa second only to Australia as the most intensive greenhouse-gas producer, a new report finds

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