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favicon aier.org —  11+ hour, 11+ min ago

Existing-Home Sales Rose and Inventory Fell in September

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For single-family existing home sales in September, the price was $359,700, a 13.8 percent rise over ... Sales in the market for existing single-family homes, which account for about 89 percent of total existing-home ... sales, rose 7.7 percent in September, coming in at a 5.59 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (see ... Total inventory of existing homes for sale fell in September, declining 0.8 percent to 1.27 million, ... The median sale price in September of an existing home was $352,800, 13.3 percent above the year ago ... ...

favicon aier.org —  11+ hour, 43+ min ago

The Devil Didn't Make 'Em Do It, and Neither Did the Pandemic

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of the United States. ... more commonly attributed to the likes of Santa Claus, “so be good for goodness sake.” But ... Nor is the virus forcing President Joe Biden to declare he has a vaccine mandate in the works so as to ... as if it were already ordered (it’s not) and suddenly established law (not possible from the Executive ... Branch). ... ...

favicon infoplease.com —  15+ hour, 58+ min ago

Casualties in World War I

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This page provides information about the number of troops in World War I, including how many were killed ... FEN Learning is part of Sandbox Networks, a digital learning company that operates education services ... The data is divided by each nation that participated in the war. ... Infoplease is part of the Sandbox Learning family of educational and reference sites for parents, teachers ... Casualties in the Major Wars. ... ...

favicon aier.org —  13+ hour, 2+ min ago

Weekly Initial Claims for Unemployment Benefits Hit the Lowest Level of the Recovery

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Initial claims for unemployment benefits are approaching their pre-pandemic level of 212,000, the average ... The four-week average fell for a second consecutive week, coming in at 319,750, the lowest level of the ... Initial claims for regular state unemployment insurance fell to 290,000 for the week ending October 16 ... Initial claims are resuming a downward trend as new Covid cases slow. ... The last time initial claims posted two consecutive weeks below 300,000 was March 2020. ... ...

favicon original.antiwar.com —  2+ week ago

750 Bases in 80 Countries Is Too Many for Any Nation: Time for the US To Bring Its Troops Home - Antiwar.com Original

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A new Quincy Institute study by American University's David Vine and World Beyond War's Patterson Deppen ... As great as Rome became, its writ never went much beyond the Mediterranean, with Central Europe, North ... Uncle Sam left Bagram Air Base, America's biggest facility in Afghanistan, on his way home. ... and execute disastrous wars, including those in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Libya." ... The United Kingdom has 145. Russia two to three dozen. China five. ... ...

favicon aier.org —  17+ hour, 43+ min ago

Military Spending Is Not the Same As Defense Spending

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, not to mention the rise of al-Qaeda in Iraq and then ISIS. ... Great Britain had the most extensive colonial empire. France was consumed by revanchist ambitions. ... Austria-Hungary feared its chances of surviving rising Balkan nationalism. ... Wilhelmine Germany worried about “encirclement” and felt compelled to support Vienna. ... The world is a mess, and conservative politicians talk about increasing “defense spending.” ... ...

favicon investopedia.com —  1+ day ago

Multiple Share Classes and Super-Voting Shares

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like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq. ... Although there is no standard nomenclature for multiple share classes, Class A shares are normally superior ... Super-voting shares give key company insiders greater control over the company's voting rights, its board ... The existence of super-voting shares can also be an effective defense against hostile takeovers since ... Anyone who owned Google stock before the split got one share of the voting GOOGL stock and one share ... ...

favicon aier.org —  1+ week ago

End Banking as We Know It?

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and the creation of a National Investment Authority (a modern-day equivalent of the Reconstruction Finance ... for “more equitable and inclusive modes of finance” through the issuance of a Central Bank Digital Currency ... In a forthcoming article for the Vanderbilt Law Review, Omarova expresses her desire to “end banking ... his intent to nominate Cornell Law Professor Saule Omarova as the next Comptroller of the Currency. ... of the Currency (OCC), Saule Omarova, reach far beyond “stricter financial rules.” ... ...

favicon legalinsurrection.com —  4+ day ago

Professor Who Escaped From Soviet Union Warns Anti-Racism Agenda in U.S. is Basically Marxism

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"Professor from Soviet Union warns anti-racism agenda in U.S. is 'rehashing of Marxism'" Thank god ... as a refugee from the Soviet Union is sounding the alarm on the growing anti-racism movement in the ... Professor Michael Vanyukov, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences, psychiatry and human genetics at ... ," Vanyukov wrote in a letter to the editor in UPitt's University Times. ... Inclusion's push for anti-racism on campus and its reliance on Ibram X. ... ...

favicon aier.org —  1+ day ago

Why Authoritarianism Must Prevail

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Freedom anywhere is a threat to authoritarianism everywhere. ... Next thing you know Uncle Sam will want to see your credit card statements too. ... Ditto PayPal, Venmo, and any other fintech apps used to make or receive payments. ... Consider, for example, recent calls to allow the IRS to monitor essentially all bank accounts in the ... America and the rest of the West have been sliding down the slippery slope of statism for so long that ... ...



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