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  • In Bullish Report, Bloomberg Predicts $400,000 Bitcoin Price In 2021

    04/12/2021 11:39:19 AM PDT · by aMorePerfectUnion · 40 replies
    Bitcoin Magazine ^ | 4-7-21 | Dylan LeClair
    In its latest monthly “Crypto Outlook” report, Bloomberg outlined the “rising bitcoin adoption tide” with some bullish sentiment. On April 6, Bloomberg released the April edition of its monthly “Crypto Outlook,” in which it outlined the bullish narratives around bitcoin and the burgeoning industry surrounding it. The report was notably bullish, particularly as it came from a reputable legacy firm in the financial and media industry. Exerpt summary form: “Indicators Point To Rising Bitcoin-To-Gold Ratio” “Bitcoin Replacing Old-Guard Gold Is More Sudden Than Gradual “Digital Vs. Analog: Bitcoin's Upper Hand” “Few Signs Of Bitcoin Holders Looking To Sell” “Bitcoin Rhyme...
  • Biden to Name Gun Control Wonk, Waco Agent, as ATF Boss

    04/08/2021 12:11:28 PM PDT · by Darren McCarty · 80 replies ^ | 4-8-21
    The White House announced Wednesday that President Biden will nominate longtime Giffords policy advisor and former ATF agent David Chipman to lead the nation's gun regulatory agency. Chipman, whose bio submitted to Congress in relation to his role in testifying in support of recent gun control measures, details that he has been with Giffords since 2016, having come to that anti-gun group after previously working for Bloomberg-founded Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Prior to that, he was with the ATF from 1988 to 2012, including running the agency's Asset Forfeiture Program, leading the Detroit Field Division, and serving as "Case agent...
  • U.S. presidential candidate Bloomberg endorsed by three black lawmakers

    02/12/2020 7:23:58 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 23 replies
    Reuters ^ | February 12, 2020 | by Jason Lange
    WASHINGTON - U.S. presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday won endorsements from three Congressional Black Caucus members, a positive sign for his campaign, which has drawn scrutiny lately over his past support for a controversial policing tactic. The three included Democratic U.S. Representative Gregory Meeks of New York City, where Bloomberg was mayor for 12 years. As a senior caucus member and chair of a caucus fundraising arm, his is one of the highest-profile endorsements yet for Bloomberg, who is seeking his party’s nomination to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in November’s election. Meek’s endorsement, first reported by Reuters, signals...
  • Booming Texas Economy May Usher in a Democratic Win in 2020 [Bloomberg Link Only]

    09/09/2019 5:00:04 AM PDT · by C19fan · 55 replies
    Bloomberg [Link in Body of Thread] ^ | September 9, 2019 | Gregory Korte and Joe Carroll
  • Michael Bloomberg’s Secret Plans to Take Down Trump

    02/01/2019 6:26:12 AM PST · by GrandJediMasterYoda · 42 replies
    the ^ | 1/31/19 | Edward-Isaac Dovere
    Michael Bloomberg’s Secret Plans to Take Down Trump Whether or not he runs for president, the former New York City mayor is building the most powerful political organization in America. Michael Bloomberg has bigger plans for 2020 than running for president. The billionaire and former New York City mayor has been openly dreaming of the White House for 25 years, and spent huge amounts of time and money four times over the past 10 years trying to figure out a way to get himself there. But he has hesitations about this race, too. He’s not sure there is a realistic...
  • Say No to Nanny Bloomberg

    11/07/2018 5:16:23 AM PST · by Kaslin · 6 replies ^ | November 7, 2018 | Michelle Malkin
    No matter how politically fractured the nation may seem, I believe that liberty-loving citizens of all ideologies can unite and agree: Billionaire Nanny Michael Bloomberg -- the soda-taxing, gun-grabbing, snack-attacking control freak -- should keep his nose out of our lives and out of the 2020 presidential race. On the eve of the midterms, the former New York City mayor dumped $5 million into a self-serving ad bashing President Donald Trump, promoting Democrats, decrying border enforcement and preaching about a "higher purpose" in Washington. Bloomberg has cast himself as the great healer of the political divide, calling for us to...
  • Former Mayor Bloomberg changes party affiliation to Democrat

    10/10/2018 5:40:17 AM PDT · by Lazamataz · 26 replies
    ABC 7 ^ | 10/10/2018
    EWWWWWW YORK (WABC) -- Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced he has formally changed his voter registration to Democrat. The move is being seen as a possible step toward running for president in 2020. Bloomberg, 76, has recently said he is actively considering running for president as a Democrat. Changing his New York State voting registration is his most overt move to date toward a possible White House campaign.
  • We Need Conservatives to Fight Climate Change

    09/12/2017 8:13:55 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 64 replies
    Bloomberg ^ | September 12, 2017 | By Noah Smith
    <p>The unprecedented hurricanes that have hit Texas and Florida, and the wildfires that have rampaged across California, seem to be pushing some reluctant conservatives from climate change skepticism to acceptance of reality. If so, that's great, because they're uniquely positioned to do something about it.</p>
  • Hugh Jackman Joins Anti-Gun, “Not One More” Campaign

    02/11/2015 9:50:36 AM PST · by rktman · 34 replies ^ | 2/11/2015 | Dan Cannon
    Looks like we have yet another actor who can’t help but alienate a large portion of their audience. Australian actor Hugh Jackman has thrown his hat in with the anti-gun crowd and made a post on his Facebook page and Twitter account pushing the “Not One More” campaign (a Bloomberg production).
  • Appeals court rules against NYC soda ban

    07/30/2013 7:31:44 PM PDT · by matt04 · 10 replies
    Another court ruling has taken the fizz out of New York City's ban on big, sugary sodas. A New York appeals court on Tuesday ruled that the city Board of Health exceeded its legal authority and acted unconstitutionally when it tried to put a size limit on soft drinks served in city restaurants. "The Board of Health overstepped the boundaries of its lawfully delegated authority," the court said in its decision. The state Supreme Court Appellate Division, with its opinion, upheld an earlier ruling that stopped the ban from taking effect in March. The rule would stop many eateries from...
  • Question of the Week: Should the Government Do Something about Obesity?

    07/07/2013 6:10:03 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 71 replies ^ | July 7, 2013 | Daniel J. Mitchell
    Last year, I showed an image of evolutionary stages that was so accurate that it would earn approval even from many strict creationists. Here’s a new image of evolutionary stages that sets the stage for today’s discussion. Simply stated, Americans are becoming bigger. In some cases, a lot bigger. Is this trend toward greater obesity a bad thing? As a reader asks, is it something that requires a government response? The answer is yes…and no. Libertarians believe people should be free to make their own decisions so long as they’re not infringing on the rights of others. And that includes...
  • Bloomberg Hates Eric Holder's NYPD Federal Monitor, Calls It a "Terrible Idea"

    06/16/2013 11:46:41 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 29 replies
    Village Voice ^ | Fri., Jun. 14 2013 | John Surico
    It comes as no surprise that controversy would ride the coattails of the news yesterday that Attorney General Eric Holder may suggest a federal monitor over the NYPD should stop-and-frisk be deemed unconstitutional in Floyd v. New York. Bloomberg and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly freaked out in a teleconference with Holder the other day when they heard about the Justice Department's proposal. And yesterday, at an unrelated press conference, the m ayor made his opposition to the proposal absolutely, 100 percent clear. Contrary to an inspector general--a City Council proposal in the Community Safety Act currently making its way through...
  • Essential Liberty: They Came for Your Guns

    06/13/2013 8:33:08 AM PDT · by rktman · 41 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 6/13/2013 | Howard Nemerov
    What if the federal government decided to confiscate all civilian firearms? Would you surrender your guns? Would your friends and neighbors turn you in? Do enough Americans remain who are willing to risk their lives resisting disarmament? Would the military support the government, or the people, or both? What if the Supreme Court rules disarmament is constitutional? Would sheriffs who previously swore to resist unconstitutional firearms laws decide to support disarmament after such a ruling?
  • Mayor Bloomberg to Kids: Learn to ‘Speak Grammar’ or You Won’t Succeed

    06/08/2013 6:25:55 PM PDT · by NotYourAverageDhimmi · 43 replies
    Politicker ^ | June 7, 2013 | Jill Colvin
    Mayor Michael Bloomberg–who previously suggested so-so students skip college to become plumbers–dished out some more advice to young people Friday morning during his weekly radio show. Mr. Bloomberg, whose own syntax has sometimes been the butt of jokes, warned kids to pay attention to their grammar lessons or risk losing opportunities later in life. “Kids have to learn to speak grammar,” said the mayor, in response to a caller who suggested kids weren’t being taught the subject in schools. “If you don’t speak good grammar–English with good grammar–you’re not gonna get the kind of jobs that you want,” said the...
  • Michael Bloomberg: Gay marriage: it's only fair-Backed same-sex weddings in NY for sake of democracy

    06/03/2013 12:10:06 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 29 replies
    The Guardian ^ | June 2, 2013 | Mayor Michael Bloomberg
    'As a mayor, I know that legalising same-sex marriage has sharpened New York City’s competitive edge, because it has made us an even more attractive place to live and work.' Across Europe and the US support for same-sex marriage is growing, and for a simple reason: it is consistent with democracy's promise of equal rights for all people. As long as government is in the business of handing out marriage licences, all couples – regardless of their sexual orientation – deserve equal status in the eyes of the law. I believe that it is only a question of when –...
  • Taxi big adds new charges to suit against Bloomberg after mayor's profanity-laced tirade

    05/23/2013 12:28:48 PM PDT · by AtlasStalled · 11 replies
    New York Post ^ | 05/23/13 | Bob Fredericks
    The taxi magnate who said he was subjected to a profanity-laced rant by Mayor Bloomberg has filed a federal lawsuit charging the mayor with threatening him and siccing TLC inspectors on his fleet in retaliation for his opposition to the “Taxi of Tomorrow” plan. * * * “It’s deeply disappointing and terribly disturbing that the mayor will use his powers to try to beat people who disagree with him into oblivion,” said Steve Mintz, the lawyer representing [Taxi Club Management CEO Gene] Freidman.
  • Just Go Away (Nanny Bloomberg)

    04/22/2013 5:55:35 PM PDT · by markomalley · 8 replies
    National Review ^ | 4/22/2013 | Andrew Stuttaford
    If you want a reminder that nannies never ever go away (and why public nuisances like Bloomberg are some of the least convincing advocates there are for ‘limited’, ‘reasonable’ gun control), here’s another story on the progressive (in both senses of the word) infantilization of New York City.The New York Times reports: Young New Yorkers would not be able to buy cigarettes until they were 21, up from the current 18, under a proposal advanced Monday by Dr. Thomas A. Farley, the city’s health commissioner, and Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker… The new proposal would make the age for buying cigarettes...
  • Michael Bloomberg On Big Brother. 'Get Used To It' (Video)

    03/26/2013 4:12:48 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 34 replies
    Patriot Action Network ^ | March 26, 2013 | Michael Childs
    Mayor Bloomberg admits soon NYPD surveillance cameras will be on nearly every corner and in the air. 'You wait, in five years, the technology is getting better, they'll be cameras everyplace . . . whether you like it or not,' Bloomberg said Friday. 'The argument against using automation is just this craziness that 'Oh, it's Big Brother.' Get used to it!' Big Brother is watching. Now get used to it! Envisioning a future where privacy is a thing of the past, Mayor Bloomberg said Friday it will soon be impossible to escape the watchful eyes of surveillance cameras and even...
  • Mayor Bloomberg Daydreams

    03/21/2013 11:35:21 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 9 replies ^ | March 21, 2013 | Emmett Tyrrell
    WASHINGTON -- Apparently New York City's Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg whiles away his last hours in the mayor's palace daydreaming. He has been mayor for almost three terms and though his mayorship may not have been as heroic or even as effective as that of Mayor Rudy Giuliani, it has at least kept the city up to Mayor Giuliani's standards of cleanliness, law and order, and an approximation of sense of financial rectitude. So if Bloomberg is no Rudy Giuliani, at least he has done OK up until now. Now his daydreams are taking on the air of delusion. He...
  • Bloomberg wants to ban tobacco on display

    03/18/2013 11:08:35 AM PDT · by algernon_garnock · 77 replies
    My Fox NY ^ | 03-18-2013 | The Associated Press
    A new proposal would require New York City retailers to keep tobacco products out of sight under a first-in-the-nation proposal aimed at reducing the youth smoking rate, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday. The legislation would require stores to keep tobacco products in cabinets, drawers, under the counter, behind a curtain or in other concealed spots. They could only be visible when an adult is making a purchase or during restocking. "Such displays suggest that smoking is a normal activity," Bloomberg said. "And they invite young people to experiment with tobacco."