Belarus Wants to Use Its CBDC to Evade Sanctions

Belarus has declared that it is exploring using its Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) to evade international financial sanctions, according to the Belarusian Prime Minister, Sergey Rumas. The decision was apparently taken as the country has been struggling against repeated rounds of economic sanctions from the EU, the US, and other countries—due to an increasingly […]Read More

FBI says interviews of priest, choir director were part of

The FBI has said that their interviews of a priest and a choir director earlier this week were part of an investigation of “an individual,” and not an investigation of the Catholic Church or any other religious group. The FBI said in a statement that they “are executing court authorized law enforcement activity in the […]Read More

IRS Reports Increase in Digital Asset Tax Investigations

IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig testified to the House Ways and Means Committee that the IRS is conducting more investigations into the taxation of digital assets, such as cryptocurrency. The commissioner said that as of 2017, the agency had conducted more than 1,000 investigation into digital asset tax issues. Since then, that number has increased to […]Read More

Defending his 2020 fraud claims, Trump turns to fringe Jan.

Since losing the 2020 presidential election, former President Donald Trump has repeatedly defended his unfounded claims regarding voter fraud and election irregularities. Most recently, Trump and his allies have sought to justify their unsupported fraud claims by relying on fringe theories surrounding the events of January 6th, 2021, when thousands of Trump supporters stormed the […]Read More

IRS whistleblowers to testify behind closed doors amid Biden impeachment

It is unlikely that IRS whistleblowers will testify behind closed doors in relation to the Biden impeachment inquiry. If any whistleblowers do testify, it will be in a more open setting, likely with congressional oversight. Democrats in Congress have a vested interest in obtaining all the information they can, and witnesses testifying in a private […]Read More

Number of Russians Trading Crypto Is Falling, Says Central Bank

According to Alexei Guznov, head of the Moscow division of the Russian Central Bank, fewer Russians are trading crypto than before. Guznov said that “the number of clients trading digital currencies in Russia is falling” during a recent meeting of the Association of Crypto Industry and Internet Financial Assets. He also noted that the decline […]Read More

James Comer’s Biden claims do not deserve the benefit of

. This is because his claims are largely unsubstantiated, and have been long disputed by Biden and his campaign. Comer has presented little evidence to support his claims, and they have been widely viewed as unfounded and politically motivated. As such, it is difficult to give Comer the benefit of the doubt in this matter.Read More

Poorer areas see the bulk of clean energy funds from

Under President Joe Biden’s historic climate legislation, known as the American Jobs Plan, poorer areas across the nation will see the bulk of the estimated $100 billion allocated for clean energy investments. In addition to helping the country transition to a low-carbon economy, these investments will help create jobs, provide clean energy access to low-income […]Read More

House GOP campaign arm slams Democrats in new AI-generated ad

The National Republican Congressional Committee is using the power of artificial intelligence to hammer Democrats in a digital ad that criticizes their policy of considering the use of national parks as tent cities for migrants. The ad is timed to coincide with the pending budget negotiations in Washington around funding the Presidents controversial wall along […]Read More