How To Impeach A President … Hint, It’s Not As Easy As You Might Think!

| September 2, 2018

An impeachment is a lengthy process and, as Statista’s Fabian Moebus notes, requires a simple majority from the House Judiciary Committee, the House of Representatives and a two-thirds majority of the Senate. While each step is quite explicitly described by the constitution, the possible indictments are worded rather vaguely. Consequently, most attempts to impeach the president are rejected by the House Judiciary […]

Who Americans Trust The Most and Least

| July 4, 2018

Gallup recently polled U.S. adults about their confidence levels in 15 different societal institutions, finding only three had a majority-level of trust.

Want To Save Money, Then Here’s What You Do

| June 22, 2018

By far, getting dinner delivered from a restaurant is the most expensive meal option.  At over $20 per serving on average, a restaurant delivered meal is almost three times as expensive as a meal kit and five times as expensive as cooking at home from scratch. Obviously when you cook at home, you’ll spend more […]

Presidential Popularity By Own Party

| June 15, 2018

Interesting numbers…Donald Trump‘s popularity among members of his own party in is higher than any other post-war President except for George W. Bush.

The Supercomputer Race Goes to Summit As The United States Retakes The Lead For Fastest Computer In The World

| June 8, 2018

America’s new supercomputer beats China’s fastest machine to take title of world’s most powerful supercomputer. Summit is a stepping stone toward a world of exascale computing. The winner: The US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee has taken the wraps off Summit, which boasts peak computing power of 200 petaflops, or 200 million billion […]

Advertising Revenues Listed By Media Type

| May 21, 2018

  TV falls further behind, suffers first ad revenue decline since the Financial Crisis. You might think you never look at these ads or click on them, and you might think they’re the biggest waste of money there ever was, but reality is that internet advertising revenues in the US are surging, and are blowing […]

Top 10 Wealthiest Countries In The World

| May 8, 2018

Looks like its the United States and China, then everybody else…

U.S. Air Force’s X-37B Military Space Plane Marks 200 Days In Orbit

| April 8, 2018

  The U.S. Air Force’s unmanned X-37B space plane has marked its 200th day in orbit on a clandestine mission. Known as Orbital Test Vehicle-5 (OTV-5), the latest mission began September 7, 2017 after it was launched into space atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 booster from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. According […]

Retailers Face Poor Future

| March 15, 2018

The future of retailers couldn’t look more bleak…we expect to see a wave of new BK’s

Fastest 4G Network Surf Speeds In The World, Hint … U.S. Ranked 62nd

| February 23, 2018

The United States takes pride in being a technological leader in the world. Companies such as Apple, Alphabet, IBM, Amazon and Microsoft have shaped our (digital) lives for many years and there is little indication of that changing anytime soon. But, as Statista’s Felix Richter notes, when it comes to IT infrastructure however, the U.S. is lagging behind […]

The Worlds Wealthiest Cities

| February 19, 2018

The data shown in this chart represents the total amount of private wealth held by all the individuals living in each of these cities. Figures here include all assets (property, cash, equities, business interests) less any liabilities. Meanwhile, government funds are excluded from these figures. New World Wealth also mentions that there were eight cities that […]

The Billionaire Quagmire – Rich Man, Poor Man

| January 22, 2018

In 2017 the world’s richest 1% raked in 82% of the wealth created last year while the poorest half of the population received none, Separately, chief executives of the top five global fashion brands made in just four days what garment workers in Bangladesh earn over a lifetime.

U.S. Nuclear Weapons, Power Plants and Labs

| January 12, 2018

Nuclear warheads are still stored in a number of sites around the continental United States. The map below also highlights laboratories and interstate shipping routes. (Yes, nuclear weapons are apparently shipped in big rigs.)

Biggest Lobbying Groups

| January 11, 2018

Here are the biggest lobbyist movers…

Biggest Breakthroughs of 2017

| December 31, 2017

Here we go…it’s all about the FUTURE…

Millennial Homeownership

| December 16, 2017

Let’s break the map down into a top ten list of the urban areas with the highest rates of millennial homeownership, combined with the average price of their home. A full 42% of the millennials living in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN own their own home, the highest rate in the country. 1. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI: 42.4% and $222,528 […]

The Biggest Bubble Of All Time

| December 12, 2017

Bitcoin is now in the record books as the biggest bubble of all time…surpassing the Tulip bubble of 1634-1637 along with all others…

The Mystery Of The Lost Bitcoin…

| November 30, 2017

Earlier this week, IG Markets chief strategist Chris Weston described bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a  massive influx of retail investors getting into the cryptocurrency as a “mania” fueled by press headlines and fear of missing out. Bitcoin’s exponential 1,000 percent rise this year has captured imaginations and led to warnings of a “bubble.” Its current market […]

The Armstrong Economics Model On Earthquakes

| November 28, 2017

The Great San Francisco Earthquake struck on April 18th, 1906 (1906.295). Based upon our model that monitors also earthquakes due to their impact on the economy (1906 quake led to the Panic of 1907 and the formation to create the Federal Reserve in 1913). The risk for a major earthquake turns up in 2018. Why? […]

The BIG One May Finally Be Close At Hand…

| November 28, 2017

According to the latest data from Earthquake Track, there have been 698 earthquakes in California within the past 30 days.  By the time that you read this article, that number will undoubtedly have changed. Authored by Michael Snyder  Scientists tell us that when seismic activity begins to escalate the probability of having a major earthquake jumps significantly.  Over […]

Bitcoin Rides A Wave Of Buyers

| November 27, 2017

Twenty-five straight months of Bitcoin net inflows….

“The Man in the Arena”

| November 25, 2017

A famous quote from Theodore Roosevelt’s “Citizen in a Republic” speech delivered in Paris, France, in 1910 was poetic indeed…..and it’s something every arm chair quarterback should at least think about! The speech includes a passage referred to as “The Man in the Arena,” which states in part, “It is not the critic who counts; […]

Could Bitcoin Mining Consume All The World’s Current Electricity Production By Feb 2020?

| November 24, 2017

This is as interesting as it gets! While Bitcoin Mining is only currently consuming 0.13% of the world’s electricity output, it’s growing incredibly quickly. The Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index estimates consumption has increased by 29.98% over the past month. If that growth rate were to continue, and countries did not add any new power generating capacity, Bitcoin mining would: Be greater […]

The Worlds Longest Airship, The Airlander 10 (Hindenburg II) Has Meet Its End…

| November 18, 2017

The world’s longest airship crashed early this morning. The £25m airship called ‘Airlander 10’ appeared to “break in two,” a witness told the BBC. Reports suggest the airship broke free from mooring less than 24-hours after a successful test. At the time, no-one was on board of the aircraft, but Bedfordshire police, paramedics and fire crews were alerted and treated a women […]

$300 Million in Cryptocurrency’ Accidentally Lost Forever…That’s Right, Forever!

| November 18, 2017

A user mistakenly takes control of hundreds of wallets containing cryptocurrency Ether, then accidently permanently destroys them in a panic while trying to give them back…Hmm, sounds like a bad day for someone! More than $300m of cryptocurrency has been lost after a series of bugs in a popular digital wallet service led one curious developer […]

Congress Discloses Complete Number Of Harassment Settlements Over The Past 20 Years

| November 17, 2017

Congressional harassment records were unveiled yesterday for the first time by the Congressional Office of Compliance. Anybody surprised?   And the payouts…

First Time Ever, The Top 1% Own More Than Half The World’s Wealth

| November 14, 2017

The top 1% of global wealth holders started the millennium with 45.5% of all household wealth. This share was about the same until 2006, then fell to 42.5% two years later. The downward trend reversed after 2008 and the share of the top one percent has been on an upward path ever since, passing the year […]

Tax Revenues Hit New Record

| November 14, 2017

Record total tax revenues were collected in the month of October, taking in a total of $235,341,000,000 during the first month of fiscal 2018, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement released today. The federal government also brought in record individual income tax revenues for the month of October, taking in $127,832,000,000 in individual income taxes.

According To A New Poll, 12% of Americans Say That Are Skipping Holiday Gifts In 2017

| November 13, 2017

According to a new report, one-in-eight (12%) Americans say they don’t plan to buy any gifts at all this year. CreditCards.com surveyed over 1,000 adults and found that despite the uptick in the economy under President Trump, many Americans are planning to be frugal this year, with only 27% of them planning to shell out […]

New Gallup Poll Lists Things Americans Worry About Most

| November 12, 2017

A new Gallup poll has found that 67 percent of U.S. adults frequently or occasionally worry about having personal, credit card or financial information stolen by hackers. Another 66 percent also worry about the threat presented by identity theft.

The Latest On The Senate Tax Bill vs. The House Version

| November 9, 2017

Confirming the leaks that occurred in the last hours, Senate Republicans just released their proposal for the tax bill and it is notably different from the House bill. Here are the most notable highlights (more details below): 20% permanent corporate tax cut delayed by 1 year Complies with the $1.5 trillion cost (will cost $1.44 […]

Understanding Solar Flares

| October 27, 2017

Earthsky.org provides an easy understanding of what is a cornoal mass ejection… A CME can launch a billion tons of plasma from the sun’s surface into space, at speeds of over a million miles per hour. Every so often, the sun burps.  But, unlike myself, when the sun burps, it does so with the power […]

DoD Plans Solar-Storm Based National Blackout Drill In November 2017

| October 27, 2017

According to The National Association for Amateur Radio (ARRL), elements of the US Department of Defense (DOD) will simulate a  “communications interoperability” training exercise across the United States on November 04-06. The announcement released on October 24 has not been widely distributed to the media, because the drill is simulating a total grid collapse and could spark public […]

Blockchain Trends Will Revolutionize IoT (Internet of Things)

| October 26, 2017

Blockchain technology derived from cryptocurrency’s evolution may well define the most important new trend of the next 10-20 years. There are many evolving blockchain trends that will transfer power from centralized governments to the citizens, including the internet of things, blockchain identification and voting platforms, and diverse financial markets. Melding blockchain solutions with IoT, the internet […]

Bloq Says “We’ve Built A Thousand-Year Cryptocurrency” – And It Works On Multiple Blockchains

| October 25, 2017

Bloq, a new startup co-founded by Jeff Garzik, is launching a new cryptocurrency called Metronome, which can switch between blockchains. This is big news and may create radical change in the landscape of the cryptocurrency markets.   Coindesk reports … Long a controversial figure at the center of the debate on how best to scale the public bitcoin blockchain, Garzik’s […]

Older Workers And Retirement Security

| October 16, 2017

Teresa Ghilarducci is a labor economist at The New School, specializing in retirement security. Here’s what she told the Washington Post last month.  “There is no part of the country where the majority of middle-class older workers have adequate retirement savings to maintain their standard of living in their retirement.” Her research shows even high-income workers haven’t […]

This Is How Wars Are Going To Be Fought In The Future

| October 14, 2017

The UAV (Unmaned Aerial Vehicle) below is one of the most advanced U.S. offensive weapons available for advanced war strategies. It is believed to be a MQ-9 Reaper with a price tag of $10.5 million. The aircraft can stay airborne for up to 36 hours with 1.7 tons of missiles and bombs on board…and there’s […]

If You’re Between The Age Of 16 And 36 You’re A Millennial (Generation Y) Also Known As Generation ME …You Will Define Our Future

| October 10, 2017

They can play video games better than anybody, but when it comes to doing the simple things, millennials are the dumbest generation ever! They are also the highest ranking generation for narcissism and have an acute sense of self-entitlement. So here’s to you Generation Y … “May the winds blow while your sails are up”!  The biggest […]

Not So Smart, Especially If You Get Caught In A Picture Celebrating The Same Thing You Are Now Ripping… Hmmm Seems Like A Good Time To Keep Politics Away From Dr Seuss

| October 1, 2017

BUSTED: Librarian Who Rejected Melania’s ‘Racist’ Dr. Seuss Gift Outed As Total Hypocrite   Oct 1, 2017 5:09 PM Content originally published at iBankCoin.com A snarky elitist librarian from Cambridge, Mass. responded to First Lady Melania Trump’s gift of Dr. Seuss books with a condescending screed about how Dr. Seuss is racist – recommending Mrs. Trump should […]

The Time Everyone “Corrected” The World’s Smartest Woman…They Were All Wrong!

| October 1, 2017

Monty Hall, the genial host and co-creator of “Let’s Make a Deal,” the game show on which contestants in outlandish costumes shriek and leap at the chance to see if they will win the big prize or the booby prize behind door No. 3, died at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Saturday. He was 96. […]

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