Heineken to cut 8,000 jobs

According to this recent Yahoo report, Heineken will be cutting approximately 10% of its workforce due to the COVID pandemic. Beer giant Heineken has announced plans to cut nearly 10% of its workforce after a sharp drop in sales due to the coronavirus pandemic. It said 8,000 jobs would go, some of them at the head office in Amsterdam. Heineken chief executive Dolf van den Brink said 2020 had been Continue Reading

WATCH: As Cops Arrest Her Mentally Ill Son, They Assault Innocent Grandma, Break Her Arm

Oklahoma City, OK — Ruby Jones, 74, has never been in trouble with police. And, when police came to her home back in August, they were not there for her. However, because the officers were completely incompetent when it comes to de-escalation and common decency, Jones would leave her home in handcuffs, having been assaulted by police, and, with a broken arm. According to police, they were at Jones’ home Continue Reading

Paris Hilton Testifies on Abduction as a Child, Placement in Facility, Torture and Sex Abuse

Salt Lake City, UT — Paris Hilton made a surprise appearance at the Utah State Legislature on Monday to testify in favor of a new bill that regulates so-called “troubled teen” facilities. Her testimony was nothing short of horrifying as it detailed rampant torture and sexual abuse of children in these facilities — of which she was a part. “My name is Paris Hilton. I’m an institutional abuse survivor,” she Continue Reading

Drunk Cop Gets His Car Airborne, Crashes Into Home, Injuring 2 People, Killing Dog — Not Fired

Philadelphia, PA — Imagine for a moment, that your job is to prosecute those who dangerously drive drunk and cause harm to others. Now, imagine that you betrayed that job by dangerously driving drunk, crashing, and causing severe harm to others. Everyone would likely agree that such an egregious violation of one’s job description would lead to your immediate termination from said job. However, if you are Philadelphia Police Department Continue Reading

‘Hacker’ targets Florida water facility with poisonous, caustic chemical used in drain cleaners. FBI & Secret Service investigate

An apparent cyber attack on a water treatment plant on Florida’s gulf coast nearly sent dangerous amounts of a caustic chemical into the public drinking supply, police said amid a federal probe into the incident. The breach on the water facility in Oldsmar, Florida boosted levels of sodium hydroxide in the system by nearly a hundredfold late last week, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri told reporters on Monday, calling it Continue Reading

Parents Sue Robinhood After Their Son Suicide For Believing He Owed Hundreds of Thousands to Company

The stock trading app Robinhood, in order to attract more users, bills itself as an easy opportunity to make money without specialized knowledge, but the younger target demographic may not realize the actual risks of options trading. A 20-year-old University of Nebraska student, Alexander Kearns, killed himself last summer after mistakenly thinking he owed $730,000 to Robinhood. His parents have filed a wrongful death suit against the stock-trading platform, CBS Continue Reading

Husband & Wife Beaten with Flashlight, Stomped On Over Selling Tacos Without Permit

Los Angeles, CA — In the land of the free, attempting to earn money in certain professions without first paying the state for the privilege of doing so can and will get you kidnapped and extorted. These laws are applied to children behind lemonade stands as well as adults selling flowers. The state callously and with extreme prejudice has been documented arresting people, or even beating up women to enforce Continue Reading

Is Apple About To Announce A $5 Billion Bitcoin Purchase? One Bank Thinks So

Over a month ago, we correctly predicted today’s “shock” announcement by Tesla, in which Elon Musk’s company decided to pivot once again, this time into the word of cryptocurrencies, by purchasing $1.5 billion in bitcoin (an amount which will give it tremendous leeway in non-GAAP financial when accounting for XBT Mark-to-Market moves, giving it even more buffer to beat estimates). Discussing the major US companies which we expected would announce Continue Reading

H.R. 127: A New Bill In Congress Would Literally End Your 2nd Amendment Rights Permanently

If a new bill that has been introduced in Congress eventually becomes law, the 2nd Amendment will still be in the U.S. Constitution, but for all practical purposes the rights that it is supposed to guarantee will be dead and gone.  H.R. 127 was submitted on January 4th, and if you have not read it yet you can find the full text right here.  It contains a lot of technical language, Continue Reading

How Amazon’s Ring, the privacy-busting doorbell surveillance tool, is extending its influence with police across the US

The number of police forces joining Ring’s partnership program across America more than doubled in 2020, despite there being little evidence that it’s an effective crimefighting device. The rise is sparking major privacy concerns. Newly released figures indicate that nearly 2,000 police departments across the US are partnered with Amazon’s Ring, in the process expanding the reach of the highly controversial civilian surveillance network yet further. Ring, bought by the Continue Reading