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American consumers turn to cheaper store brands as commodity prices continue to soar

July 28, 2022 -

This major change in spending habits started in March, with the sudden spike in gas prices and the highest level of inflation in 40 years.

According to credit card companies, consumers are now trending toward lower-cost items such as store brands as they struggle with the effects of inflation. The soaring costs for everyday expenses like gas, food and rent have made generic store brands more attractive for households on a strained budget.

Most major food brands have ...

Consumers REJECT Beyond Meat fake processed imitation meat products; company massively downsizing

November 11, 2022 -

The company has been struggling for a while amid plummeting demand for fake meat products – it turns out most people want the real thing. (Related: Learn more about the rise and fall of Beyond Meat.)

Quarter over quarter, Beyond Meat's losses have been compounding. And this latest quarter is no exception, though the company's most recent losses were higher than analysts expected.

CEO Ethan Brown called the results "disappointing," claiming that the reason people ...

BIPARTISAN TREASON: Obama, Clinton, and Bush partner with American Express to fly illegal aliens into American communities

April 23, 2023 -

With the help of fake president Joe Biden and his illicit regime, the three former presidents, via their NGO, initially resettled some 85,000 Afghans across the United States both in 2021 and 2022. Their goal for 2023 and beyond is to bring in a whole lot more than that until every last crevice of the country is occupied by "migrants."

For the Afghan portion of its operation alone, Welcome.US helped fly nearly 20,000 Afghans to American communities. The millions of dollars ...

Warning labels have become far too common to be taken seriously by consumers

July 25, 2023 -

Warning labels have been in use in consumer products since at least 1927, when the government passed the Federal Caustic Poison Act requiring warnings when products may expose people to certain immediate, toxic hazards. Over a decade later in 1938, food and drug warnings were required following the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

"Warning labels really were fairly rare until the 1960s," said W. Kip Viscusi, professor of law, economics and management at Vanderbilt University ...

Industry influence crippling lawmakers’ attempts to pass laws protecting consumers from FOREVER CHEMICALS

May 10, 2023 -

PFAS is the umbrella term for approximately 15,000 chemicals used in producing countless consumer products across various industries. These chemicals resist water, stains and heat, leading to their vast application. Unfortunately, even low levels of exposure to PFAS have been linked to severe health conditions, including cancer, thyroid disease, kidney dysfunction, birth defects, autoimmune diseases and more.

But powerful corporations involved in producing and using these ...

Tech writer slams use of technology to force consumers into giving bigger tips

March 14, 2023 -

In a recent column, Chen explored the practice of tipping on tablet registers, and the possibility that it could soon become a part of a Federal Trade Commission investigation into unfair business practices that victimize customers.

Chen recalled a recent trip to the grocery store where the cashier glared at him for refusing to tip. According to Chen, the iPad checkout interface gave him options to tip between 10 and 30 percent. He instead selected "no tip," and said the ...

Data leak alert: Government watchdog employee sends info on 256,000 private consumers to personal email

April 21, 2023 -

A spokesperson for the CFPB confirmed the data leak. The unnamed staffer, who the CFPB has already fired, reportedly sent spreadsheets with names and transaction-specific account numbers related to 256,000 accounts at one institution to his personal email account. (Related: OPEN SECRET: 1.25M people have access to top secret documents in America.)

The spokesperson added that there is no evidence that the confidential data was shared beyond the former employee's personal ...

Fake meat companies are failing as consumers abandon processed plant-based alternatives to real meat

February 22, 2023 -

In 2020, retail sales of plant-based fake meats grew by 45 percent and surpassed the $1 billion mark for the first time as more and more consumers became aware of the existence of companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. (Related: Bill Gates-backed fake meat companies on the verge of financial collapse.)

Other factors, including meat shortages, the availability of extra cash to spend on cultured meats and the novelty of eating plant-based meat alternatives also ...

Used car prices are finally starting to drop, but many consumers still can’t afford payments

October 21, 2022 -

At the same time, new and used car inventories are starting to improve, but increasing interest rates are making vehicles less affordable for consumers overall.

iSeeCars’s Car Affordability Index found that the affordability of new cars dropped 13.3% from August 2019 to August 2022, while the affordability of used cars fell 26.7% during the same time. Record high prices on used cars are a big part of the problem, but with the Fed aggressively raising interest rates, ...

South American countries planning to create LITHIUM CARTEL

March 12, 2023 -

The said countries are looking to emulate similar schemes, such as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), with regard to organizing production flows, pricing and good practices.

Argentina, Chile and Bolivia have been talking about it since July last year, when foreign ministers of each nation gathered at the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) conference in Buenos Aires.

The three nations form the so-called lithium triangle, ...

House passes bill requiring companies to inform consumers if their smart devices have cameras or microphones

March 01, 2023 -

The bill, known as H.R. 538 or the Informing Consumers About Smart Devices Act, would require manufacturers to disclose whether their products contain a camera or microphone. Its primary sponsor is Republican Rep. John Curtis of Utah.

According to Curtis, the bill aims to protect the privacy of consumers by requiring the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to craft "reasonable disclosure guidelines" for companies with unusual products that have audio or visual recording components....

Charlie Robinson: The American empire is slated for DESTRUCTION

July 28, 2023 -

"What we are seeing is that the American empire – not necessarily the U.S. – is slated for destruction," he told Michael Fitzgerald during a recent episode of the "Monero Magazine" podcast.

"It just can't remain in its current incarnation. The One World Government lunatics have decided that if you're going to build a world government, you can't have an existing superpower in its way," Robinson told host Michael Fitzgerald during a recent episode of the "Monero Magazine" ...

Study: All-cause mortality rapidly increasing for American children

March 21, 2023 -

The all-cause mortality rate for children ages 1 to 19 years increased by 10.7% between 2019 and 2020. The trend continued from 2020 to 2021, increasing by an additional 8.3%. The researchers found that the increases in childhood mortality were only minimally related to covid-19. Fatal injuries such as drug overdoses, alcohol poisoning, suicide, homicide, and vehicle accidents drove the spike in mortality.

“In 2020, the COVID-19 mortality rate at ages 1 to 19 years was ...

Most American adults living paycheck to paycheck, report finds

March 01, 2023 -

From January 6 to January 27, analysts looked at the spending and saving habits of 4,163 United States consumers. They found that 60 percent of adults, including more than four in 10 high-income consumers, are barely scraping by – this down from 64 percent last January.

In January 2023, 45 percent of consumers earning more than $100,000 a year were living paycheck to paycheck. This is down from 48 percent at the same time last year.

At the end of each month, somewhere ...

Madness: American satirist C.J. Hopkins sentenced in German speech case

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(Article by Matt Taibbi republished from

His crime? Essentially, insulting the German health minister in a tweet, and using a scarcely-visible image of a Swastika on a mask in a book critical of the global pandemic response, The Rise of the New Normal Reich. He was first accused of this “crime” in June, shortly after Roger Waters was placed under investigation for wearing his clearly satirical “Pink” costume in a stage performance in Berlin. As I wrote when C....

Scientific American promotes unscientific transgender insanity, evolutionary biologist pushes back

May 22, 2023 -

Scientific American's latest offense involves the trend of transgenderism, which the magazine's Editor-in-Chief, Laura Helmuth, says is somehow rooted in science.

"White-throated sparrows have four chromosomally distinct sexes that pair up in fascinating ways," Helmuth tweeted along with an article from Audubon that supports her pro-trans argument.

"P.S. Nature is amazing. P.P.S. Sex is not binary," Helmuth added.

Such tripe is the kind of thing that transgenders ...

Philippines gives American forces access to 4 additional military bases

April 06, 2023 -

On Monday, April 3, the Presidential Communications Office (PCO) said in a statement that the four sites will be in Isabela and Cagayan, on the island of Luzon, facing north toward Taiwan, and in Palawan, near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea.

These new locations are on top of five bases the U.S. currently has access to, bringing the total number of bases the American forces can rotate through in the Philippines to nine. The expansion in the Philippines ...

Dan Radiostyle: China is weaponizing American products against America itself

February 15, 2023 -

"I think that tells us a whole bunch. It tells us now that China has been doing this for years," he said during the Feb. 10 episode of his "On The Fringe" podcast. "China has been getting technology, stealing technology and working partnerships with U.S. companies – and has now weaponized our own products against us."

Radiostyle played footage from Fox News about a classified briefing with lawmakers. A senior official from the Department of State revealed to members ...

Many American farmers have shut down operations due to inflation

February 07, 2023 -

According to a Gallup poll published on Jan. 30, 15 percent of Americans view inflation as the biggest problem facing America today – second only to government and poor leadership. John Boyd, a fourth-generation farmer and the president of the National Black Farmers Association, noted that inflation concerns still affect the agriculture industry and the Joe Biden administration isn't doing anything about it.

"Inflation is certainly affecting my farming operation and ...

Ben Armstrong: CDC is playing Russian roulette with American children

October 26, 2022 -

"The CDC is willing to play Russian roulette with children," he said during the Oct. 20 edition of his program "The Ben Armstrong Show." "They are and it's unbelievable. They are pushing to approve the vaccine for kids and babies."

Armstrong cited the CDC's unanimous recommendation to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of required immunizations for children. The public health agency's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices said on Oct. 20 that Americans aged ...

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