♥ Oil plunged more than 8% yesterday, touching a low of $99.76 a barrel. That means oil has lost almost roughly quarter of its value since touching a near 14-year high of $130.50 a barrel on March 6.
♥ Our president posted this: “This year, through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, we’re going to start fixing over 65,000 miles of highway and 1,500 bridges in disrepair.”
♥ Citibank has announced it’s pulling out of Russia. This makes four big banks outta there. Or maybe three and a half banks, depending on how you regard Deutsche.
♥ The hacking collective Anonymous has sent 7,000,000 anti-war texts to Russian cell phone users to tell them the truth about Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
♥ I’ve just read the news! Seems that Time Warner is canceling OAN. (Trump calls them, “a wonderful network.” This is all anybody needs to know about what a great, great loss this will be to factual news reporting.)
♥ Ukraine is requesting that Russia be ordered to end its war and withdraw troops from the country. The International Court of Justice will issue a ruling on March 16.