Month: July 2021

Then-Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld speaks during a news conference at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., in 2005. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) Donald Rumsfeld has died, at 88. Best remembered as George W. Bush’s secretary of Defense, he had a very long public career characterized by his tremendous drive, energy, work ethic, unswerving patriotism, and cold-eyed understanding
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(Natural News) Republican Sen. Ron Johnson held a press conference recently to draw attention to the people whose lives have been ruined by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines.” Even though the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted them emergency use authorization (EUA), Chinese Virus injections are maiming and killing people, many of whom never get
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(Photo Illustration: Dado Ruvic/Reuters) On Wednesday, a federal judge blocked recently enacted Florida legislation spearheaded by Republican governor Ron DeSantis prohibiting Big Tech companies from de-platforming political figures and engaging in censorship against conservative users. In his decision, Judge Robert Hinkle of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida ruled that the
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A “socially conscious” reality star couple highlighted on Oprah Winfrey’s network is being sued for allegedly scamming millions from the black community. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a federal lawsuit against Marlon & Lashonda Moore, who gained fame on the OWN reality show “Family or Fiancé.” The Federal Trade Commission and the state of
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Do you recall the aphorism, “revenge is a dish best-served cold?” Former Fox News show host, Ed Henry, delivered a frosty plate filled with offal today–courtesy of his attorney, Ty Clevenger–to the senior executives running Fox News. Henry is suing for defamation and the text of the complaint contains some stunning allegations: Ed Henry was
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COVID marshals walk on Eel Brook Common in Fulham, London, England, December 22, 2020. (Kevin Coombs/Reuters) Regulators love to write rules and then try to abandon them when they’re inconvenient, whether it be over COVID-19 regulations (Nancy Pelosi, Andrew Cuomo) or budget rules (Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden). Britain’s health secretary, Matt Hancock, a COVID rule–happy “wet”
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