A Coronavirus Roundup

As states officially reopen this summer, the media opines about 'the new normal' and the President turns his attention to other news, we look back our coronavirus coverage so far. Uncertainty Over Unemployment Numbers Economists are stunned as positive jobs numbers roll in. But are we truly on the other side of the Coronavirus economy?... Continue Reading →

ICYMI: Quibbl’s Top Stories

Biden Breaks His Silence on Tara Reade Allegations: What Does This Mean for 2020? The Tara Reade allegations are tearing the Democratic party apart. But what will happen to Party if its major contender drops out? Joe Biden's Search for His Running Mate Joe Biden pledged to choose a woman as his running mate. These... Continue Reading →

ICYMI: Quibbl’s Top Stories

6 NBA Hot Takes for the 2019-2020 Season It's time basketball! Even if the season is on hold, we have predictions... Trump Announces Executive Order to Halt Legal Immigration The President has long been against illegal immigration, but this is his first swipe at legal immigrants. Is this a sound economic strategy or just a... Continue Reading →

ICYMI: Quibbl’s Top Stories

Sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden Former Senate aid Tara Reade has alleged Joe Biden sexually assualted her while she worked for him. But the media has its doubts... The Conservative Revolt Against MI Governer Whitmar Michigan has some of has some of the strictest social distancing measures in the country. Which groups are demanding... Continue Reading →

Cryptoquibbls

Predict the rise (or fall) of cryptocurrency Here are Quibbl's most recent questions about Bitcoin & other cryptocurrencies. Think you're an expert?  By Ben Purcell Investors riding high on the Bitcoin wave were reminded what a wipeout feels like when the cryptocurrency lost nearly half its value over a four-day period in late December. A quarter... Continue Reading →

Political Quibbls of the Week

Trending Quibbls A staff-curated list of questions up for discussion on Quibbl Politics By Jonathan Silverman Material Concerns The old ways are the best ways.  Concrete helped erect the Roman Empire, whose borders wrapped around the Mediterranean. While the longest border between two countries today is the U.S.'s northern border, there's no talk of a... Continue Reading →

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