Saturday, October 14th, 2023


➤ Nikki Haley’s polling numbers for the presidential race are on the rise. A recent national poll shows her getting 10% of the GOP vote—that’s up from just 5% in September. She has also pulled ahead of DeSantis in New Hampshire surveys. (More)

➤ Kevin McCarthy got into a tense exchange with reporters after Jim Jordan’s nomination Friday. The former Speaker blamed Democrats for what he described as the “chaos” and inability to move forward in Congress. (Watch)

➤ President Biden stumbled on stairs again yesterday—this time before a speech in Philadelphia. He was able to keep his balance and tried to make light of it with the crowd. (Watch)

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Global Chaos Unfolding: Is Your Wealth Protected?

In these unpredictable times, international unrest is the order of the day. From political upheavals to economic downturns, the world stage is in constant flux. But what does this mean for your hard-earned money?

Look around:

Currencies are taking nosedives in the face of economic sanctions, banks are becoming less trustworthy by the minute, and traditional investments are showing cracks in their foundations.

But as the world becomes increasingly volatile, there’s an age-old safeguard that has consistently stood the test of time: **Precious metals.**

Why trust in gold, silver, and other precious metals? Simple.

1. **Tangible Assets**:

2. **Historical Stability**:

3. **Limited Supply**:

4. **Diversification**:

Before the next headline of international tension sends shock waves through the financial world, isn’t it time to consider a safer, more stable means to protect your wealth?

With every new report of global unrest, the importance of safeguarding your financial future with precious metals becomes clearer.


 San Francisco 49er George Kittle has been fined $13k for displaying his “F*** DALLAS” t-shirt during a touchdown celebration, but he said in an interview that he would do it again. (Watch)

The Colorado Buffaloes lost a double overtime thriller last night to Stanford—a team that came into the game with only one win. CU jumped out to a 29-0 lead before Stanford pulled off the biggest comeback in school history. (More

Denver Broncos coach Sean Payton admitted that he thought his team was facing a third down (it was actually fourth) when he called a timeout that saved the Chiefs time and allowed them to sneak in a field goal as the first half expired. “That’s a boneheaded mistake by me,” he said. (More)

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PS: Remember, in a world where change is the only constant, it’s the choices we make today that define our tomorrow. Don’t let your wealth be a casualty of global unrest. Secure it with the timeless value of precious metals.

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Saturday Rewind

These are the stories that got the most clicks this week. Enjoy them all over again!

➤ #1: There are a lot of heavy things going on in the world, but we all need a little levity in our lives—and  Flyover readers made that clear yesterday. Your number one story of the week: the girl who slammed 48 oysters (as an appetizer) and then lost it when her date stuck her with the check. (One More Time)

➤ #2: A dispatch from Australia about a woman finding a very pregnant Jungle Huntsman spider in her office. (More)

➤ #3: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was heckled off the stage by climate protestors calling him “Petro Pete.” (More)

Et Cetera

An extremely rare white deer was spotted by a 19-year-old student on a fishing trip in Chelthenham, England. It’s a sighting typically associated with good luck. (Video)

➤ A hungry bear broke into a home in Connecticut, opened the fridge, and stole a lasagna before taking off. (Watch)

➤ A man is expected to plead guilty to stealing July Garland’s ruby red slippers from The Wizard of Oz in 2005. (More)

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Meme Of The Week

Poll Position

Which President would you have dinner with?

  1. George W. Bush 
  2. Bill Clinton 
  3. Donald Trump
  4. Obama
  5. Ronald Reagan

Friday’s Results:

Do you use an electric toothbrush?

  1. Yes: 56.8%
  2. No: 43.2%

Quote BoxDaily Quote

Quote “…lock the door, and not adjourn until we have selected our new Speaker — weekends are no longer eligible for time off.
—Rep. Andy Ogles (R-TN)

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Who was the first American to orbit the Earth?

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