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“I had been signing executive order after executive order,” the President said. “After a certain point I just said, ‘Come on, man.’ ”

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Days before the riot, prosecutors say, Mr. Caldwell reached out to a contact associated with another group, the Three Percenters, an extremist gun rights militia that takes its name from the supposed three percent of the U.S. colonial population that fought the British Army. In a text message, Mr. Caldwell suggested finding a boat that “could handle a Potomac crossing” and could carry a “Quick Response Team” with “heavy weapons” to militia members already at the Capitol.

Mr. Caldwell asked a federal judge to release him from custody this week, saying he was an injured Navy veteran with more than 30 years of experience with top-secret matters. He also noted that while he was at the Capitol on Jan. 6, he was not part of the “stack” of Oath Keepers in tactical military gear that physically breached the building.

In the papers filed on Thursday, prosecutors countered that that hardly mattered given that Mr. Caldwell was “a key figure who put into motion the violence that overwhelmed the Capitol.” They noted that in his text messages he described killing and mutilating people who held views that opposed his and referred to political adversaries as “socialists,” “savages,” “maggots” and “cockroaches.”

When federal agents searched Mr. Caldwell’s house in Virginia last month, they discovered a document titled “Death List” that contained the name of an unidentified election official from another state, prosecutors said. The agents also found a pistol that was “intentionally built to look like a cellphone,” prosecutors say.

In a search of Ms. Watkins’s home, court papers say, agents discovered numerous firearms, a paintball gun, pool cues cut down to “baton size,” plastic zip ties and a recipe for making “a destructive device.”

Prosecutors say Ms. Watkins may have had this arsenal because she believed the prospect of Joseph R. Biden Jr. becoming president was “an existential threat.”

“Biden may still be our president,” she wrote in a text message on Nov. 17. “If he is, our way of life as we know it is over. Our Republic would be over. Then it is our duty as Americans to fight, kill and die for our rights.”

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Japan-South Korea dispute may get worse


After the last standoff between the Korea Coast Guard and Japan Coast Guard in January, it became known that situation continues worse and Korea currently calls Japan ‘neighbor,’ not ‘partner’. South Korean media last week, reported that Korea referred to Japan as its “neighboring country” in its newly published defense white paper, instead of the […]

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Negative Rates Are Coming To The UK And US, Protect Your Savings

Authored by Daniel Lacalle,

Negative rates are the destruction of money, an economic aberration based on the mistakes of many central banks and some of their economists who start from a wrong diagnosis: the idea that economic agents do not take more credit or invest more because they choose to save too much and therefore saving must be penalized to stimulate the economy. Excuse the bluntness, but it is a ludicrous idea.

Inflation and growth are not low due to excess savings, but because of excess debt, perpetuating overcapacity with low rates and high liquidity and zombifying the economy by subsidizing the low productivity and highly indebted sectors and penalizing high productivity with rising and confiscatory taxation.

Historical evidence of negative rates shows that they do not help reduce debt, they incentivize it, they do not strengthen the credit capacity of families, because the prices of non-replicable assets (real estate, etc.) skyrocket because of monetary excess, and the lower cost of debt does not compensate for the greater risk.

Investment and credit growth are not subdued because economic agents are ignorant or saving too much, but because they don’t have amnesia. Families and businesses are more cautious in their investment and spending decisions because they perceive, correctly, that the reality of the economy they see each day does not correspond to the cost and the quantity of money.

It is completely incorrect to think that families and businesses are not investing or spending. They are only spending less than what central planners would want. However, that is not a mistake from the private sector side, but a typical case of central planners’ misguided estimates, that come from using 2001-2007 as “base case” of investment and credit demand instead of what those years really were: a bubble.

The argument of the central planners is based on an inconsistency: That rates are negative because markets demand them, not because they are imposed by the central bank. If that were the case, why don’t they let rates float freely if the result was going to be the same? Because it is false.

Think for a moment what type of investment, company or financial decision is one that is profitable with rates at -0.5% but unviable with rates at 1%. A time bomb. It is no surprise that investment in bubble-prone sectors are rising with negative rates and non-replicable and financial assets skyrocket.

Public debt trades at artificially low yields and, instead of strengthening economies, negative rates make governments more dependent on cheap debt. Politicians abandon any reformist impulse and prefer to accumulate more debt.

The financial repression of central banks begins with a misdiagnosis, assuming that low growth and below-target inflation is a problem of demand, not of the previous excess, and ends up perpetuating the bubbles that they sought to solve.

The policy of negative types can only be defended by people who have never invested or created a job because no one that has worked in the real economy can believe that financial repression will lead economic agents to take much more credit and strengthen the economy.

Negative rates are a huge transfer of wealth from savers and real wages to the government and the indebted. A tax on caution. The destruction of the perception of risk that always benefits the most reckless. The bailout of the inefficient.

Central banks ignore the effects of demography, technology and competition on inflation and growth of consumption, credit, and investment, and with the wrong policies generate new bubbles that become more dangerous than the previous ones. The next bubble is to increase again the fiscal imbalances of the countries. Even worse. When central banks present themselves as the agent that will reverse the effect of technology and demographics, they create a greater risk and bubble.

Protect your savings with gold, silver, inflation-linked instruments and stocks in sectors that do not suffer from negative rates.

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Putin Open to Getting Coronavirus Vaccine in 2021 – Kommersant  The Moscow Times

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Lawyers for former U.S. President Donald Trump say they only need one day to present their client’s case in his impeachment trial before the U.S. Senate.

Trump’s lawyers are mounting the former president’s defense Friday without any testimony from the former president, who has declined to participate in the trial.

The defense follows a two-day presentation by House Democrats linking Trump’s rhetoric at a rally on Jan. 6 to the actions of the mob that overtook the U.S. Capitol shortly afterward in an attempt to block the certification of the 2020 presidential election results.

In an unusual move Thursday, three Republican Senators -- Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Ted Cruz of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah -- who are jurors in the trial, met with Trump’s lawyers.

CNN reported that David Schoen, one of Trump’s lawyers, said the lawmakers wanted to ensure that the Trump’s defense team was “familiar with procedure” before Friday’s presentation.

Trump is reported to be disappointed with the performance of his lawyers –- Schoen and Bruce Castor -- who were recruited after the former president’s first legal team quit shortly before the trial began.

Impeachment prosecutors contended Thursday there is “clear and overwhelming” evidence that former Trump incited insurrection by sending a mob of his supporters to the Capitol last month to confront lawmakers as they were certifying that he had lost the November election to Democrat Joe Biden.

In closing arguments, the lead impeachment manager, Congressman Jamie Raskin of Maryland, told the 100 members of the Senate acting as jurors they should use “common sense on what happened here.”

“It is a bedrock principle that no one can incite a riot” in the American democracy, Raskin said.

But he argued that Trump urged hundreds of his supporters to march to the Capitol on Jan. 6 and then, when they stormed the building, smashed windows, ransacked offices and scuffled with police, “did nothing for at least two hours” to end the mayhem that left five people dead, including a Capitol Police officer.

“He betrayed us,” Raskin said of the former U.S. leader, whose four-year term ended Jan. 20 as Biden was inaugurated as the country’s 46th president. “He incited a violent insurrection against our government. He must be convicted.”

Raskin and eight other impeachment managers, all Democrats in the House of Representatives, concluded their case after about 12 hours spread over two days of presenting arguments and evidence against Trump.

They flashed dozens of Trump’s Twitter comments on television screens in the Senate chamber from the weeks leading up to the election with his claims that the only way he could lose to Biden was if the election were rigged, then more tweets with an array of his unfounded claims after the election that he had been cheated out of another term in the White House.

The House impeachment managers also showed an array of video clips of the rioters raging through the Capitol complex, most graphically scenes of some of them shouting “Hang Mike Pence!” as they searched in vain for Trump’s vice president, who had refused to accede to his demands to block certification of Biden’s victory.

Other insurgents stormed into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office, looking to kill the longtime Trump political opponent. But security officials escorted Pence to a secluded room in the Capitol and whisked Pelosi to safety away from the building, which is often seen as a symbol of American democracy.

Trump’s lawyers have broadly claimed that Trump’s speech at the rally shortly before the rampage at the Capitol in which he urged his supporters to “fight like hell” was permissible political rhetoric, sanctioned by the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment protection of freedom of speech.

But Raskin told the Senate, “What is impeachable conduct if not this? If you don’t find [that Trump committed] high crimes and misdemeanors [the standard for conviction of an impeachment charge] you have set a new terrible standard for presidential conduct.”

Earlier Thursday, another impeachment manager, Congresswoman Diana DeGette of Colorado, quoted numerous insurgents who stormed the U.S. Capitol who said they acted on Trump’s demands.

She said the mob “believed the commander in chief was ordering them. The insurrectionists made clear to police they were just following the orders of the president.”

“The insurrectionists didn’t make this up,” she said. “They were told [by Trump] to fight like hell. They were there because the president told them to be there.”

DeGette showed lawmakers several television interviews in which the protesters said they went to the Capitol because Trump had commanded them to do so.

Several impeachment managers warned that if Trump is acquitted, which is the likely outcome of the trial, he could be emboldened to create more chaos in another run for the presidency in 2024.

Congressman Ted Lieu of California said, "You know, I'm not afraid of Donald Trump running again in four years. I'm afraid he's going to run again and lose, because he can do this again."

Thursday’s session came after several lawmakers told reporters they were shaken by graphic, previously undisclosed videos of the mayhem the Democratic lawmakers showed them Wednesday, with scenes of dozens of officials scrambling to escape the mob that had stormed into the Capitol.

But there was no immediate indication that Republican supporters of Trump in the Senate were turning en masse against him. Trump remains on track to be acquitted.

A two-thirds vote is needed to convict Trump of a single impeachment charge, that he incited insurrection by urging hundreds of supporters to confront lawmakers at the Capitol to try to upend Biden’s victory. In the politically divided 100-member Senate, 17 Republicans would have to join every Democrat for a conviction.

At the moment, it appears that only a handful of Republicans might vote to convict Trump, the only president in U.S. history to be twice impeached.

Trump’s lawyers say he bears no responsibility for the attack on the Capitol.  The Senate voted 56-44 on Tuesday to move ahead with the trial, rejecting Trump’s claim that it was unconstitutional to try him on impeachment charges since he has already left office. The vote also seemed to signal that relatively few Republicans appear willing to convict him.

Trump left Washington hours ahead of Biden’s inauguration Jan. 20 and is living at his Atlantic coastal mansion in Florida.


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Biden says US will have enough COVID-19 vaccines for every American by end of July  CNET
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Daniel Andrews flags shutting out stranded Australians except for 'compassionate cases'


Citizens stuck overseas say the idea of making them list their ‘tragedies’ to be ranked is ‘unspeakable’

The Victorian premier, battling an outbreak of the UK variant of coronavirus, has flagged slashing the number of Australians able to return home, suggesting travellers could only be allowed to enter the country on “compassionate grounds”.

The proposal sparked a furious reaction from citizens stuck overseas, who said the proposal was “unspeakable” because it would lead to people’s misfortunes being compared.

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With country gripped by icy weather, thousands track daily journeys of gritters and snowploughs online

It started as a winter safety campaign for school children living in the Scottish Highlands but has since captured the urgent need for escapism during lockdown.

Hundreds of thousands of people are now following the daily journeys of nearly 100 Scottish gritter lorries and snowploughs, vehicles luxuriating in names such as Spreddie Van Halen, Sir Andy Flurry, Skid Vicious, Gritallica and Mary Queen of Salt.

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GettyImages 1230032154 US stocks have rallied to record highs in recent months, but were set for a pause on Friday

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US stocks were set to open lower on Friday after touching record highs the day before, with investors mulling a fall in new weekly jobless claims as they wait for a new stimulus package.

Futures for the S&P 500 fell 0.32% on Friday, after the index inched higher to close at a record the previous day. Nasdaq futures were down 0.22% and Dow Jones futures were 0.27% lower.

The Europe-wide Stoxx 600 index fell 0.09% in early trading, while the UK's FTSE 100 opened lower but reversed course to rise 0.1%, despite data showing its economy contracted a record 9.9% in 2020.

Markets in China and much of south east Asia were closed for Lunar New Year, but Japan's Nikkei 225 slipped 0.14% overnight.

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Stock markets around the world have jumped since November, powered by record amounts of stimulus and hopes that coronavirus vaccines will spur a rapid recovery.

On Thursday, data showed that US jobless claims fell to 793,000 for the previous week. That was down from the week earlier but higher than analysts predicted, reflecting the uncertain economic recovery in the US.

Congressional Democrats are poised to push through Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package without Republican support, if necessary.

A sharp drop in coronavirus cases in the US and Europe, as well as the fast rollout of vaccines, has also supported sentiment.

"These improvements bolster our confidence in a return to 'normal' sooner rather than later," said Saira Malik, Nuveen Equities chief investment officer, in a note.

"As a result, we believe cyclicals and small caps should continue to outperform, driven by a recovery in pandemic-sensitive industries and substantial earnings growth."

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Yet the equities rally paused on Friday and the dollar rose, as investors chewed over economic data and the timing of stimulus. The dollar index rose 0.21% to 90.61, yet it remained some way off the two-month highs of above 91.5 touched earlier in February.

The bitcoin price hovered above $47,000 overnight after touching a record high of above $48,300 on Thursday. It was up 4% to $47,255 by 4.50am ET.

Tesla's purchase of $1.5 billion bitcoin and BNY Mellon and Mastercard's interest has supported the cryptocurrency.

The yield on the 10-year US Treasury note was down 0.7 basis points to 1.151%.

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KAI releases new images of its armed MUH-1 helicopter variant


Korea Aerospace Industries, better known as KAI, has released concept images of its new variant of MUH-1 helicopter that company developed to enhance the ability which the Marine Corps carries out the multi-dimensional high-speed land and take-off operations. South Korean aerospace giant has disclosed view of new MUH-1 Marineon variant armed with guided missiles, air-to-air missiles, 70mm […]

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What is the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)?

The NTSB is an independent U.S. federal agency responsible for investigating and determining the probable cause of every U.S. civil aviation accident. The NTSB also investigates significant accidents involving other modes of transportation, including highways, railroads, marine and pipeline.

How are NTSB investigators trained?

The NTSB has its own training facility in suburban Washington. Its curriculum is designed to train investigators who can produce, the agency says, “independent, objective, and technically advanced accident investigations that will enhance the safety of all modes of transportation.”

Does the NTSB investigate foreign accidents?

The NTSB’s Aviation Go Teams respond only to accidents that occur on U.S. territory or in international waters. Elsewhere, the investigator is the government in whose territory the accident occurs, usually assisted by a U.S. "accredited representative" from the NTSB's staff of investigators if a U.S. carrier or U.S. manufactured plane is involved.

Are there NTSBs in other countries?

Several countries, among them Australia, Canada and the Netherlands, have established their own NTSBs. The formation of some foreign NTSBs has been inspired by the U.S. agency.

Other major NTSB investigations?

NTSB investigators have participated in a variety of national and international investigations, including the disappearance in 2014 of a Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Recently, the NTSB released a report about a California helicopter crash whose passengers included basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter.


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Pakistan said Friday four of its soldiers were killed when “terrorists” raided a security post in a remote northwestern district.

The overnight attack occurred in South Waziristan, near the border with Afghanistan, an army statement said.

Pakistani troops responded promptly and killed four assailants, it added.

No one immediately took responsibility for the attack.

The district is a known former stronghold of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, an alliance of outlawed extremist groups. TTP is also known as the Pakistani Taliban.

Pakistani officials say sustained military-led operations in recent years have cleared Waziristan and surrounding districts of militants, aside from isolated pockets.

The security operations have killed thousands of militants and forced others to take refuge in volatile Afghan border districts.

The United Nations said in a recent report that TTP has regrouped in Afghanistan and gained strength.

The TTP has “overseen a reunification of splinter groups that took place in Afghanistan and was moderated by Al-Qaida,” according to the 27th U.N. Analytical and Monitoring Team report of Feb. 3.

“One member state reported that TTP was responsible for more than 100 cross-border attacks between July and October 2020,” it said.


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Lewis Hamilton 'shelf life' assessed by Toto Wolff as Mercedes look at 2022 options  Express
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New Zealand to start COVID-19 vaccinations soon

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that the country's COVID-19 inoculation program will likely begin on Feb. 20, brought forward by the earlier receipt of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine than originally anticipated.

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