Presumed Guilty: WSJ Opines On “The New Liberal Standard” 

The Wall Street Journal editorial board has penned a scathing Op-Ed, claiming that “the Democratic standard for sexual assault allegations is that they should be accepted as true merely for having been made.”  The Journal says that while the last-minute accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is an…

Chinese Data Dump Shows Continued Slowdown In Local Economy

One month after China’s latest data dump disappointed across the board, moments ago the National Bureau of Statistics, released the latest Retail sales, Industrial output and Fixed investment data, which was a modest improvement with 1 beat, 1 meet, and 1 miss as follows: China…

“Anatomy Of A Fusion Smear”: WSJ Exposes Dirty Tactics Of “Steele Dossier” Firm

The Wall Street Journal editorial board has thrown one of their former journalists, Glenn Simpson, completely under the bus over his firm’s political hit-jobs for hire – including feeding twice-demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr damaging “misinformation” in the Trump-Russia investigation.  Now we’re learning how this misinformation got around,…

Elon Musk: Changing The Way I Work “Is Not An Option”

The ambien was in full force this morning, when in response to Uber board member Arianna Huffington plea for the Tesla CEO to change his lifestyle and the way he works, Elon Musk ruled out a different approach, tweeting at just after 2:30am Pacific Time that…

Tesla Board Responds To Musk LBO Plan Amid Furious Controversy, And One Burning Question

Update: almost one day after the Musk tweet, Tesla Board members Brad Buss, Robyn Denholm, Ira Ehrenpreis, Antonio Gracias, Linda Johnson Rice, and James Murdoch, finally issued a statement: Last week, Elon opened a discussion with the board about taking the company private. This included…

Visualizing How The 50 Largest US Companies Are Connected

For any corporation, the Board of Directors plays a crucial role in corporate governance. Elected by the company’s shareholders, the board is meant to represent shareholder interests – it ultimately hires the CEO, sets strategic objectives, approves annual budgets, and provides accountability to the shareholders…

“F*ck The Police”: NYT’s Newest Hire Also Hates Cops And Men, Not Just White People

The New York Times‘ newest editorial board member, Sarah Jeong, was outed as a bigot yesterday after dozens of tweets from less than four years ago were unearthed, revealing extreme hatred of white people.  The Times, in response, claimed to have known about the tweets – and said they…

San Francisco Bans Plastic Straws But Still Hands Out 4.5 Million Needles Per Year! (REACTION)

San Francisco’s board of supervisors voted unanimously to join cities such as Vancouver, Berkeley and Seattle in banning plastic straws. The legislation proposed by Supervisor Katy Tang not only includes the elimination of plastic straws, but many non-recyclable plastic items like coffee stirrers. It also…

Months after an editorial mutiny, publisher decides to shutter public health journal

Less than a year after the entire editorial board of a public health journal resigned in protest of moves by publisher Taylor & Francis, the publisher has decided to call it quits for the journal, Retraction Watch has learned. In November, the editorial board resigned…