Man Rescues 24 People From Freezing in Winter Storm

A Buffalo man saved 24 people during last week’s brutal winter storm that dumped up to 50.3 inches in western New York. Local Mechanic Saves Lives Jay Withey, a mechanic in the town of Cheektowaga who had ventured out to help a trapped friend, went out to help a friend, but instead got caught in the snow himself. Over the course of the night, he would … Continue reading Man Rescues 24 People From Freezing in Winter Storm

Netflix Building On Decommissioned Army Base

In a surprising move, Netflix will build a new production studio at an old decommissioned army base in New Jersey. The Studio Details Netflix will invest $905 million to transform a vacant Army base in New Jersey into its East Coast production hub. The streaming service reportedly paid $55 million for the 292-acre Fort Monmouth military base in Eatontown and Oceanport, located about 60 miles … Continue reading Netflix Building On Decommissioned Army Base

IRS Delays $600 Reporting For Third-Party Payments

Almost a month after the IRS warned Americans to report transactions over $600 from 3rd party facilitators, they announced it would be delayed. IRS Delays $600 Reporting Two days before Christmas, the IRS announced that its $600 reporting threshold for third-party payments has been delayed and wouldn’t take effect during next year’s tax season. The $600 reporting threshold became law in the American Rescue Plan of … Continue reading IRS Delays $600 Reporting For Third-Party Payments

Federal Reserve On Brink of Bankruptcy?

According to Financial expert George Gammon, the Federal Reserve is on the brink of bankruptcy. Federal Reserve Money Problems Financial expert George Gammon says that the Federal Reserve has been “selling assets at a loss, and this, combined with increasing interest rates, will only make matters worse.” He also warns that an accounting gimmick called deferred assets makes it seem like the Fed isn’t insolvent, … Continue reading Federal Reserve On Brink of Bankruptcy?

5 Weird Christmas Traditions

People celebrate Christmas on December 25. It’s a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. 5 Weird Christmas Traditions in America Christmas is a time for celebration and joy and the perfect time for families to come together and share some unusual traditions – but not everyone celebrates Christmas the same way. Families across America sometimes celebrate Christmas in a weird way. … Continue reading 5 Weird Christmas Traditions

Rudi Valentino, a male orangutan and one of the Houston Zoo's longtime residents, has died at the age of 45.

America’s Oldest Orangutan Dies

Rudi Valentino, a male orangutan and one of the Houston Zoo’s longtime residents, has died at the age of 45. Houston Zoo’s Longest Resident Died Rudi Valentino, North America’s oldest male orangutan and the Houston Zoo’s longest-term resident died just days after celebrating his 45th birthday on Dec. 8, zoo officials announced. Despite surpassing the expected lifespan of roughly 30 to 40 years for great apes in the wild, … Continue reading America’s Oldest Orangutan Dies

A new proposal by the Biden administration seeks to take away your choice of a traditional light bulb and let you use only LED bulbs.

Say Goodbye To Traditional Lightbulbs

A new proposal by the Biden administration seeks to remove your choice of a traditional light bulb and let you use only LED bulbs. Biden’s “Bright” Idea The Biden administration has adopted two new rules on light bulb efficiency this week that spell the end of traditional incandescent bulbs. On Monday (December 19), Biden’s Department of Energy (DOE) proposed “phasing out” the traditional incandescent light bulbs and replacing them … Continue reading Say Goodbye To Traditional Lightbulbs