The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s GDPNow model has forecasted the second-quarter gross domestic product growth and the numbers indicate the nation has fallen into a technical recession.

The model predicts the U.S. economy shrank by 1% in the second quarter after a decline of 1.6% in the first quarter. Two quarters of negative GDP growth officially place the economy in a recession.

The Biden Administration continues to deny that a recession is inevitable, despite GDP numbers. Will we see a new definition for recession arise as we did in the past years for vaccine and herd immunity?



In April of 2021, the Biden Administration launched a globalist grant program to supplant religious practice and ensure "dissent from religious belief" within the "context of intersectional identities."

The program, titled "DRL FY20 IRF Promoting and Defending Religious Freedom Inclusive of Atheist, Humanist, Non-Practicing and Non-Affiliated Individuals," has raised red flags among many conservatives for being "inclusive" of distinctly a-religious disciplines.

Fifteen GOP members have written a letter to President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken regarding the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor’s grant program "promoting atheism and 'humanism.''

Republican Study Committee Chairman, Jim Banks, wrote in the letter that atheism, "is an integral part of the belief system of Marxism and communism" and that "Americans rightly discern this as a part of the broader effort on the part of Biden's administration to promote radical, progressive orthodoxy abroad."

The letter continued with,"it is one thing for the Department to be tolerant and respectful of a wide range of belief systems" but "It is quite another for the United States government to work actively to empower atheists, humanists, non-practicing, and non-affiliated in public decision-making."


The question that still hasn’t been answered… Who did Maxwell sell the kids to?


Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Tuesday for playing a pivotal role in grooming young girls for abuse by Jeffery Epstein and a list of his friends and colleagues that remains unreleased.

Maxwell was removed from the general population and placed on suicide watch hours before her sentencing.

Prosecutors wrote to the court, claiming that Maxwell e-mailed the Bureau of Prison's Inspect General stating that she "feared MDC staff members were threatening her safety." Maxwell's attorney, Bobbi Sternheim, has maintained that her client is not suicidal.