Friday, October 15, 2021

TSA: 40 Percent of Workforce Unvaccinated Ahead of November Deadline; Another Lawsuit in the Making?


Source: The Hill

Published: October 14, 2021

By: Joseph Choi

A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) official said in an interview published on Wednesday that 40 percent of the TSA's workforce remains unvaccinated ahead of a Nov. 22 deadline set by the Biden administration.

Biden to Reimplement Trump's "Controversial" Remain in Mexico Policy this Nov, Former Protestors Silent

Comparison between the same act being taken by one president and the current WH occupant: ExpressNews.com

Source: The Hill

Published: October 15, 2021

By: Rebecca Beitsch

The Biden administration told the courts late Thursday that it plans to reimplement the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy in mid-November if it can get buy-in from the neighboring government.

UNLEASH THE LAWSUITS: Southwest Airlines Pilots Union Sues Company Over Vaccine Mandate


Source: BWCentral

Published: October 10, 2021

By: Jack Phillips

A union representing thousands of Southwest Airlines pilots filed a lawsuit against the carrier after the company announced mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirements.

In a recent court filing, the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association (SWAPA) asked a judge to grant a temporary injunction against the vaccination mandate while also asking for an immediate hearing on its request before a federal court in Dallas. The union asserts that the Texas-based airline violated terms under the Railway Labor Act with its vaccine mandate.

Oklahoma A.G. Preparing Litigation Against Biden Over Extrajudicial Vaccine Mandates


Source: KOCO

Published: September 10, 2021

By: KOCO Staff

Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor said the state is preparing litigation against President Joe Biden's administration over sweeping COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

On Thursday, Biden announced expansive rules mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require them to be vaccinated or test for the virus weekly, affecting about 80 million Americans. And the roughly 17 million workers at health facilities that receive federal Medicare or Medicaid also will have to be fully vaccinated.

REPORT: Federal Judge Blocks United Airlines From Imposing Employee Vaccine Mandate


Source: Breitbart

Published: October 12, 2021

By: Katherine Hamilton

A federal judge in Texas issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against United Airlines on Wednesday, blocking the airline from imposing a vaccine mandate against any of its employees in a nationwide class-action lawsuit.

Thursday, October 14, 2021

COVER-UP EXPOSED: School Board Silences Father of Victim, Attempts to Cover Up Rape Incident, Withholds Police Report


Source: Daily Mail

Published: October 12, 2021

By: Jennifer Smith

Original title: "Loudoun County father who was dragged out of woke school board meeting reveals his daughter was 'raped' in the girls' bathroom by a 'skirt-wearing' male student who was arrested for assaulting a second girl months later - but staff did nothing."

  • Scott Smith, a 48-year-old plumber from Virginia, was arrested on June 22 
  • He had been protesting at a Loudoun County School Board meeting
  • Smith was dragged out of the room before he could share his point - he says his daughter was sexually assaulted on May 28 by a boy in the girls' bathroom
  • He wanted to use what happened to her to illustrate why he thinks kids shouldn't be able to pick which gender bathrooms they use 
  • But he was dragged out before he could and has since been vilified for his views
  • The incident happened at Stone Bridge High School on May 28 
  • He tells The Daily Wire that the boy 'sometimes wears a skirt' and had started using the female bathroom
  • The school told Smith his daughter had been assaulted but didn't call police
  • In the end he did, and the boy was charged with multiple counts of sodomy two months after the incident - after the school board meeting 
  • On June 22, Loudoun County school staff said they'd never had a report of of a sexual assault in a trans bathroom 
  • Smith says they were lying, and that he 'exploded with rage'

BOEING JUMPS ONBOARD: Prioritizes Mandates Over Human Rights, Requires 125k Employees to Be Jab*ed by Dec


Source: Reuters

Published: October 14, 2021

By: David Shepardson

WASHINGTON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Boeing Co (BA.N) said on Tuesday it will require its 125,000 U.S. employees to be vaccinated by Dec. 8 under an executive order issued by President Joe Biden for federal contractors.

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

BOSTON: City Suspends 812 Employees for Exercising Their Right to Refuse Medical Treatment


Source: Boston

Published: October 12, 2021

By: Julia Taliesin

"We continue to work closely with our diverse workforce, and our union partners, to ensure employees have access to vaccination, testing and verification systems to comply with the mandate."

Boston suspended 812 city employees without pay on Tuesday for failing to comply with the vaccine mandate.

REPORT: Previously Dismissed Story of Hunter Biden's Laptop Resurfaces as Real News


Source: Daily Mail

Published: October 12, 2021

By: Josh Boswell

  • Emails from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop, obtained by DailyMail.com, reveal Joe and Hunter shared bank accounts and paid each other's bills 
  • The president have may have inadvertently funded his son's 2018 drug and prostitution binge
  • Emails between Hunter and Eric Schwerin, his business partner at consultancy Rosemont Seneca, show Schwerin was working on Joe's taxes 
  • The claim raises serious questions about whether funds from the joint accounts were used for Hunter's May 2018 week-long bender with a prostitute 
  • Last December, Hunter admitted in a public statement that he was under federal investigation over his tax affairs 
  • A former federal prosecutor tells DailyMail.com that if money was flowing between Hunter and his father, that could make Joe a target of the probe  
  • The FBI and IRS probe is reportedly also looking into Hunter's foreign business relationships and the potential for money laundering charges

REPORT: 'Organized Retail Crime' Convinces Walgreens Owners to Close 5 Stores

The Walgreens at 4645 Mission St. will close Nov. 11. Jesse Panda C. / Yelp


Source: SF Gate

Published: October 12, 2021

By: Tessa McLean

Walgreens will close five more San Francisco stores, a company spokesperson confirmed Tuesday, citing ongoing organized retail crime as the reason. 

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

VICTORIA, AU: Acting Senior Police Sergeant QUITS, Breaks Silence on Rona Enforcement


Source: Rebel News

Published: October 08, 2021

By: Alexandra Marshall

"The only reason that protests are illegal is because Daniel Andrews made it so," said Mitchell.

Monday, October 11, 2021

REPORT: More than 100 Ontario Youth Sent to Hospital for Jab-Related Heart Problems

Vials with Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine labels are seen in this illustration picture taken March 19, 2021. PHOTO BY DADO RUVIC /REUTERS

Source: Toronto Sun

Published: September 03, 2021

By: Anthony Furey

A report quietly released last week by Public Health Ontario (PHO) tallies the number of people in the province who have presented to hospital with heart inflammation following mRNA vaccination, and it skews heavily towards young people.

NYC Drug Store Shelves Nearly Empty Amid Shoplifting Surge; Resembles 'Third-World' Country

Essentials like tampons are completely gone from the shelves at certain drug stores.

Source: NY Post

Published: October 9, 2021

By: Kerry J. Byrne, Paula Froelich, and Ben Blanchet

Thanks to a citywide shoplifting tsunami, bare necessities are now rare luxuries on drug-store shelves across New York City.

“It looks like the Third World,” bemoaned one Manhattan resident, after eyeing the aisles of a CVS on Sixth Avenue in Soho desperately low of toothpaste, face wash and hand sanitizer, among a long list of other items.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH Spells Out Laws and Ethics on Patient Rights


Published: August 13, 2021

By: Jacob P. Olejarczyk, Michael Young.

Patient rights are a subset of human rights. Whereas the concept of human rights refers to minimum standards for the ways persons can expect to be treated by others, the concept of ethics refers to customary standards for the ways persons should treat others. As such, rights and ethics are usually flip sides of the same coin, and behind every ‘patient right’ is one or more ethical principle from which that right is derived. This activity discusses how the interprofessional team can ensure that ethical principles are followed and the patient's rights are assured.

REPORT: California Plans to Make Critical Race Theory a High School Graduation Requirement


Source: The Post Millennial

Published: October 8, 2021 6:30 PM

By: Hannah Nightingale

On Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill that makes the state the first in the country to require ethnic studies courses for all public high school students mandatory to graduate.

REPORT: Southwest Airlines Cancels More Than 1,000 Flights


Source: MSN

Published: October 10, 2021

By: Kyle Arnold

Southwest Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights nationwide Sunday as it tried desperately to recover from disruptive weather in Florida Friday and fulfill an ambitious schedule complicated by ongoing staffing shortages.

Kraft Heinz CEO Says People Should 'Get Used' to Higher Food Prices



Source: BBC

Published: October 10, 2021

By: Jonathan Josephs

People will have to get used to higher food prices, the boss of Kraft Heinz has told the BBC.

Miguel Patricio said the international food giant, which makes tomato sauce and baked beans, was putting up prices in several countries.

REPORT: Sweden Pauses Use of the Mod*erna J*ab for Anyone Born in 1991 or Later


Source: The Public Health Authority

Published: October 6, 2021

By: Folkhalsomyndigheten

The Swedish Public Health Agency has decided to suspend the use of Moderna's vaccine Spikevax, for everyone born in 1991 and later, for precautionary reasons. The cause is signals of an increased risk of side effects such as inflammation of the heart muscle or heart sac. However, the risk of being affected is very small.

Facebook ‘Whistleblower’ Found to Have Ties to Far-Left Company, Jen Psaki’s Former PR Firm


Source: Becker News

Published: October 6, 2021

By: Kyle Becker

As earlier predicted by Becker News, the Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen called for more censorship during her Senate testimony on Tuesday.

“I am here today because I believe that Facebook’s products harm children, stoke division, and weaken our democracy,” she said in opening remarks. “The company’s leadership knows how to make Facebook and Instagram safer but won’t make the necessary changes because they have put their astronomical profits before people. Congressional action is needed. They won’t solve this crisis without your help.”

Wuhan and US Scientists Planned to Create a New Cor*onavirus in 2018, Documents Reveal


Source: Daily Mail

Published: October 5, 2021

By: Charlotte Mitchell

US and Chinese scientists were planning to create a new coronavirus before the pandemic erupted, leaked proposals show. 

Last month, a grant application submitted to the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) revealed that an international team of scientists had planned to mix genetic data of similar strains to create a new virus.

REPORT: US Government Ordering Google, Yahoo, Microsoft to Provide Users’ Search Data


Source: NY Post

Published: October 6, 2021

By: Callie Patteson

The US federal government is secretly ordering Google and other search engines to track and provide data on anyone who searches certain terms through “keyword warrants,” according to a new report. 

Friday, October 8, 2021

Athletes Win Appeal for J*ab Exemption Over WMU Siting Religious Freedom


Source: FOX 17 Online

Published: October 7, 2021

By: AP Newsroom

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of athletes at Western Michigan University.

They sued to be able to play sports without getting a COVID-19 vaccination, citing religious reasons.

REPORT: German District Court Declares 'Rona' Ordinance Unconstitutional


Source: UK Human Rights Blog

Published: January 25, 2021

By: Rosalind English

In a landmark judgment on January 11, a district court judge in Weimar declared the prohibition on social contact unlawful as contrary to the German Basic Law (Gründgesetz). Its order at the time had been unconstitutional because the Infection Protection Act was not a sufficient legal basis for such a far-reaching regulation as a contact ban, the ruling said. The order of the contact ban had violated human dignity and had not been proportionate.(Reported in MDR Thüringen on 22 January 2021)

Kontaktverbot verstößt gegen Menschenwürde (Verdict: Contact ban violates human dignity)

ARTIFICIAL SHORTAGES? - Nearly Half a Million Shipping Containers Stuck Off the Coast of SoCal, Ports Below Capacity

Ships sit off the coast of Seal Beach, CA, on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. Cargo ships enduring one of the worst U.S. port bottlenecks in more than a decade faced down another obstacle as they waited to offload near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Brittany Murray/MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram via Getty Images© Brittany Murray/MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram via Getty Images Ships sit off the coast of Seal Beach, CA, on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. Cargo ships enduring one of the worst U.S. port bottlenecks in more than a decade faced down another obstacle as they waited to offload near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Brittany Murray/MediaNews Group/Long Beach Press-Telegram via Getty Images

Source: MSN

Published: October 6, 2021

By: Grace Kay

On Tuesday, Los Angeles had nearly half a million 20-foot shipping containers - or about 12 million metric tons of goods - waiting in drift areas and at anchor for spots to open up along the port to dock and unload, according to data pulled from the Marine Exchange of Southern California's master queuing list. The port has 19 mega-container ships waiting to dock, the largest of which is carrying 16,022 20-foot shipping containers.

'The Pharma Cartel' - A History


Source: Dr Rath

Published: May 10, 2007

By: Dr. Rath Health


1911, May 15

The Supreme Court of the U.S. finds John Rockefeller and his Trust guilty of corruption, illegal business practices and racketeering. As a result of this decision, the entire Rockefeller Standard Oil-Trust, the world’s largest corporation of its time, was sentenced to be dismantled. But Rockefeller was already above the Supreme Court and did not care about this decision.

RETROSPECTIVE: DOJ Announces Sex Trafficking Charges Against MS-13 Gang Members, Associates


Source: Washington Examiner

Published: August 06, 2020

By: Andrew Mark Miller

The Justice Department announced Wednesday several sex trafficking arrests targeting the violent street gang MS-13.

Eleven members or associates of the gang that originated in El Salvador and now operates in nearly every U.S. state were arrested on charges in northern Virginia and Maryland related to sexual exploitation and physical abuse of a minor, according to the Justice Department.

RETROSPECTIVE: Some States Received $300K Per 'Rona' Case


Source: The Hill

Published: April 11, 2020

By: Tal Axelrod

Some states are getting significantly more funding to fight the coronavirus per case compared to other, harder-hit states, according to a new analysis released Friday.

Analysis from Kaiser Health found that states like Minnesota, Nebraska and Montana are getting more than $300,000 per reported COVID-19 case, while New York, the hardest-hit state, is receiving roughly $12,000 per case. Florida, which is also grappling with a serious outbreak, is getting $132,000 per case.



GREEN TECHNOLOGY, NOT SO 'GREEN' - $532,000 In Costs to Decommission One Wind Turbine


Source: American Experiment

Published: October 3, 2019

By: Isaac Orr

It looks like Minnesota will have a very expensive mess to clean up when the wind turbines currently operating in the state reach the end of their 20 year useful lifetimes.

'Fragments of Energy' - Fundamental Building Blocks of the Universe?


Source: The Conversation

Published: December 9, 2020

By: Larry M. Silverberg

Matter is what makes up the universe, but what makes up matter? This question has long been tricky for those who think about it – especially for the physicists. Reflecting recent trends in physics, my colleague Jeffrey Eischen and I have described an updated way to think about matter. We propose that matter is not made of particles or waves, as was long thought, but – more fundamentally – that matter is made of fragments of energy.

What Are 'Logic' and 'Critical' Thinking?


Source: Learn Religions

Published: April 13, 2018

By: Austin Cline

Logic is the science of how to evaluate arguments and reasoning. Critical thinking is a process of evaluation which uses logic to separate truth from falsehood, reasonable from unreasonable beliefs. If you want to better evaluate the various claims, ideas, and arguments you encounter, you need a better understanding of basic logic and the process of critical thinking.

A SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVE - What is a PCR Test Kit?


Source: Eclassifie

Published: October 2020

By: James Herer

The scientist who invented the PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test kit was Kary B. Mullis. This technology is what they use today to test for COVID19, said to be the cause of a disease which the health authorities such as the World Health Organizations (WHO) vaguely and inconsistently defined or identified. Mullis is among the many scientists who bravely question the narrative of the HIV-AIDS hypothesis.

RETROSPECTIVE: China Is ‘Growing Into a Respectable Nation,’ says Dianne Feinstein


Source: Washington Free Beacon

Published: July 30, 2020

By: Graham Piro

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) on Thursday said China is "growing into a respectable nation" and cautioned against holding the country accountable for the coronavirus pandemic.

"We hold China as a potential trading partner, as a country that has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty in a short period of time, and as a country growing into a respectable nation amongst other nations. I deeply believe that," Feinstein said during a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting.