Monthly Archives: July 2021

Need A Divorce? There's An App For That, And They Just Raised $2 Million

750,000 divorces happen, on average, every year in the U.S. While some call that a shame, others see it as a total addressable market. Take, for example, online divorce startup Hello Divorce. They have just raised $2 million to help couples streamline

CDC Wins Covid Olympic’s in Verbal Gymnastics

The backward somersaults, repeated leaps of faith followed by the forward triple flip has placed the Centers for Disease Control aka CDC on the Gold Medal stand of the Covid Olympics. But the CDC’s name has been changed based on

Goldman Flow Desk Weekly Recap

By Goldman's Michael Nocerino, flow trader and vice president of multi-asset platform sales GS Post Bell Quick Look…Best performers on the Week… The Worst… *DESK ACTIVITY…Markets ending the month in the red after a lackluster session dictated by the AMZN

Goldman Flow Desk Weekly Recap

By Goldman's Michael Nocerino, flow trader and vice president of multi-asset platform sales GS Post Bell Quick Look…Best performers on the Week… The Worst… *DESK ACTIVITY…Markets ending the month in the red after a lackluster session dictated by the AMZN

Poll Reveals Jan 6 Committee Cry Babies Undermined Support for Their Own ‘Investigation’.

Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 investigation lost even more support among Americans, with Trump being held less responsible for the events in question following the tear-filled testimonies of Capitol Police officers attacked on January 6 during this week’s emotive hearing, according

Illinois Rental Housing Providers Welcome End of Eviction Moratorium

With the eviction moratorium set to expire at the end of August, Illinois landlords express relief. “Governor [J.B.] Pritzker is making a prudent and sensible decision in phasing out the eviction moratorium as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and our economy

Illinois Rental Housing Providers Welcome End of Eviction Moratorium

With the eviction moratorium set to expire at the end of August, Illinois landlords express relief. “Governor [J.B.] Pritzker is making a prudent and sensible decision in phasing out the eviction moratorium as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and our economy

President Trump Releases Statement on Dishonest Democrats and Their latest Attempt to Defend the Steal

Share on Facebook(144) Tweet Share to GabGab ShareGab Telegram ShareShare Email On Friday House Democrats released some BS notes from the Trump White House where they claim President Trump sought to pressure the DOJ to overturn the election. This was

Most Georgia Voters Did Not Sufficiently Check Their Paper Ballots in 2020 Election: Study

A majority of voters in Georgia either did not check or only briefly glanced at paper ballots after they chose who to vote for during the 2020 election, according to a recently released study. A fifth of voters observed at

BREAKING: President Trump is Holding ‘Cabinet Meetings’ at His Golf Club in New Jersey

Share on Facebook(139) Tweet Share to GabGab ShareGab Telegram ShareShare Email President Trump is reportedly holding meetings at his golf club in New Jersey with ‘Cabinet Members’. The Washington Examiner reports that President Trump is holding ‘cabinet meetings’ in New