Americans will soon be able to add shrimp to the list of high-risk meat products getting slipped into the increasingly toxic United States food supply, thanks to an Israeli company that just raised $8.25 million from a group of venture capitalists to start administering oral, RNA-based "vaccine" drugs to the marine life food chain.
On August 13, 2021, the second largest public school district in the United States -- the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) -- ordered all employees to be “fully vaccinated” against covid-19 by October 15, 2021. Employees who did not consent were considered a threat to public health and to the lives of children.
A surprising number of French people support the idea of placing a limit on the number of times people can fly in their lifetime in the name of saving the environment, with 41 percent of French citizens overall in favor of banning individuals from taking more than four flights – ever.
On the second night of flash mob looting in Philadelphia, the robbers ransacked the liquor store Fine Wine and Good Spirits, attacking its safe and lottery machine, as shown in footage spreading on social media. Reporter of FOX 29 News Philadelphia Steve Keeley, who originally reported on Wednesday night's thefts, later posted the videos showing the aftermath of some looting that occurred at a sneaker warehouse in the city.
Following the 2020 Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests, there is a trend toward systemic discrimination against white individuals. According to a Bloomberg study, the S&P 100 companies collectively added over 300,000 jobs, with 94 percent of those positions filled by individuals from diverse racial backgrounds.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed this week that attempts by House Republicans to get more funding to secure the southern border — in exchange from them approving funding Ukraine — was a political stunt.
Minneapolis’ progressive district attorney is under fire for her woke policies that allow accused rapists, pedophiles and killers to stay free — with even Minnesota’s George Soros-backed general attorney accusing her of taking it too far.
Hennepin County District Attorney Mary Moriarty, 59, took office in January promising to “deliver more safety and more justice” to the community.
Since then, however, she has horrified local families and officials by pushing for suspects in even the most serious crimes to get probation in an effort to keep them out of prison, according to the Star Tribune.
Veteran prosecutor Catherine Markey was only told moments before a plea hearing that the DA was only seeking probation for one of the teens involved in the 2019 carjacking that killed her son, Stephen Markey.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman’s (D-NY) office urged his Democrat colleagues to distract from his fire alarm incident by writing on social media that Republicans should focus on the “Nazi members of their party before anything else.”
The New York judge presiding over former President Donald Trump’s jury-free fraud trial is a lifelong Democratic donor who has spent thousands of dollars on partisan political contributions, according to campaign finance records.
Clothing brand Abercrombie and Fitch has said that it has recruited an 'outside law firm' in order to investigated the shocking allegations of grooming and other sex crimes allegedly perpetrated by former CEO Mike Jeffries.
The allegations were made in a BBC documentary that aired in the UK on Monday night. The film accused Jeffries and his partner Matthew Smith holding sex events around the world in which young men were forced into intimate acts.
A total of twelve men came forward for the documentary, half of them said that they were lied to about the nature of the parties they were asked to attend. While others said that they feared for their future careers if they did not participate in the acts.
Jeffries ruled over Abercrombie and Fitch from the 1990s until 2014, transforming it from a struggling clothing brand to one of the trendiest in the United States. During his career, Jeffries was accused discrimination, opulence and allowing his partner, Smith, to have influence over the company.
A New York judge ordered the state to pay nearly half a million dollars in legal feels to the National Rifle Association (NRA) after the gun rights group won a major case at the Supreme Court.
In a case decided last summer, the Supreme Court ruled that a New York public carry licensing law was unconstitutional and that the ability to carry a pistol in public was a constitutional right guaranteed by the Second Amendment.
The NRA was a party in that case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, and last week a New York judge ordered the state to pay $447,700.82 in legal fees.
As is by now well known, very few of the millions of Muslims who have been arriving in Europe are true “asylum seekers,” though a great many claim to be; they are very rarely fleeing persecution and murder. They are, instead, economic migrants, eager to batten on the benefits that the generous welfare states of western Europe provide. These include free or greatly-subsidized housing, free medical care, free education (including vocational training), unemployment benefits (even without a work history in Europe), family allowances, and more. But for some Muslims, even that largesse is not enough. They want more, and they supplement their welfare benefits with the proceeds from street robberies and house burglaries. Muslims in France, though only 10% of the population, make up 50-60% of the prisoners. In the UK., Muslims are 4% of the population, but 25% of prisoners. In Germany, Muslims are 5% of the population, and 23% of prisoners. Muslims committing crimes of property often use violence to intimidate their victims. In one city in Germany, having lost faith in the police’s ability to adequately protect the population from this Muslim crime wave, older students, and parents, too, have organized patrols and self-defense groups.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) has revealed the contents of an official 2017 report from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under Dr. Anthony Fauci. It includes a warning about the lack of training at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in China.
“It is clear to me by talking to the technician that there certainly is a need for training support.”
Dr. Ping Chen, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
“It is clear to me by talking to the technician that there certainly is a need for training support," wrote Dr. Ping Chen of NIAID.
Johnson, the lead Republican on the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, sent a letter to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Acting Director Lawrence Tabak, reiterating multi-year requests for an interview with and records from Dr. Chen regarding her 2017 WIV safety concerns.