In February 2020, San Francisco became the first city in the United States to declare a local emergency over the coronavirus. At the time, there were no confirmed cases among city residents. Read More.
Judicial Watch announced it received 685 pages of heavily redacted records from Montgomery County Public Schools including documents related to their “Anti-racist system audit” and critical race theory classes. Read More.
A new study finds that 43 percent of millennials “don’t know, don’t care, don’t believe” God exists. By contrast, only 28 percent of Baby Boomers identified with that statement, an increase of 15 percent in two generations. Read More.
Voters in Lubbock, Texas on May 1 officially declared the city a sanctuary for the unborn, passing an ordinance which bars abortions at the Planned Parenthood health center that opened in the city in October. Read More.
After India was slammed by the latest outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the nation saw a sharp drop in cases after its national health ministry promoted two drug therapies pointedly suppressed in the United States: hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. Read More.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) indicated that employers who require employees to receive experimental Covid vaccines may be held liable for any adverse reactions employees may have to the vaccines. Read More.
Reports that three teens had gone on a subway slashing spree in New York City, randomly maiming individuals along the way, made headlines over the May 15-16 weekend. It is now emerging that the deranged acts were not as spontaneous as they first may have sounded. Read More.
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