Based on news accounts, the US Federal Reserve is working on a scheme to replace the US dollar with a central bank digital coin known as a CBDC. If the US Federal Reserve follows through on its plans to introduce a central bank digital coin, it would be a game changer for financial services and payments.
The Fed says the currency could offer a means for instant and seamless cross-border transactions, but it will also require biometric identity verification. A Fed-backed CBDC would be programmable, meaning that it would be a smart coin that could be turned on or off by the Fed. However, opposition to the Fed’s CBDC scheme is growing. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Texas Senator Ted Cruz are two Republican leaders who have publicly declared their opposition. Gov. DeSantis wants to ban it in Florida. Sen. Cruz wants to ban it in all 50 states.
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What Would You Do If Pharmacies Couldn’t Provide You With Crucial Medications or Antibiotics?
The medication supply chain from China and India is more fragile than ever since Covid. The US is not equipped to handle our pharmaceutical needs. We’ve already seen shortages with antibiotics and other medications in recent months and pharmaceutical challenges are becoming more frequent today.
Our partners at Jase Medical offer a simple solution for Americans to be prepared in case things go south. Their “Jase Case” gives Americans emergency antibiotics they can store away while their “Jase Daily” offers a wide array of prescription drugs to treat the ailments most common to Americans.
They do this through a process that embraces medical freedom. Their secure online form allows board-certified physicians to prescribe the needed drugs. They are then delivered directly to the customer from their pharmacy network. The physicians are available to answer treatment related questions.