Claire's tests came out fine. Thanks to those who emailed.
Posted on: Oct 23, 2023
"Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are ruined...The great object is that every man be armed. Everyone who is able might have a gun." -- Patrick Henry
The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously decided in favor of a postal worker from Pennsylvania in a significant religious liberty case involving the appropriateness of employers’ accommodation of religious preferences in the workplace.
Christian mailman Gerald Groff of Pennsylvania requested the court rule on whether the U.S. Postal Service may make him deliver parcels from Amazon on Sundays, which he observes as the Sabbath. His lawyer, Aaron Streett, argued in April that the court needed to review a decision from 50 years ago that set a standard for figuring out when companies have to make allowances for their workers’ religious practices.
On Saturday, parental rights group Moms for Liberty posted pictures of a package they received in the mail which contained letters that students from a Seattle Middle school allegedly made in class, claiming that the organization was “bullying” LGBTQ youth.
The package had a return address of SPS (Seattle Public Schools) and JSCEE (John Sanford Center for Educational Excellence), the headquarters of the district.
During an interview in 2017, James Rickards revealed that there is a network of 189 people who are positioned in the world’s financial systems that hold the fate of the global financial system in their hands.
They share one vision – One World Order, One World Taxation and One World Money – and have been working behind the scenes preparing to make that vision a reality.
Do Covid vaccines promote 'turbo cancer'? That's the worry being raised after it was found that the mRNA jabs may impair the immune system by producing IgG4 antibodies, which are linked with 'hyperprogressive disease'.
In mid-November, the French Senate reviewed a draft law that aims to crush dissent using hefty fines of up to EUR 15,000 and threat of jail time. Anyone daring to criticise medical treatments could fall foul of this law. Considering the “covid vaccines are safe and effective” false narrative propagated by the government, this law is nothing short of outrageous.
In the wake of the economic tumult since 2020, American households are grappling with the harsh reality of surging prices. The cost of groceries has spiked by 25%, used cars have seen a staggering 35% increase, and rents are up roughly 20%. A revealing snapshot of consumer spending in 2020, where a four-person household shelled out an average of $238.32 per week on food at home, has now ballooned by 32%, reaching $315.22 in 2023.
As The Gateway Pundit reported back in 2020, election fraud whistleblowers came forward in December following the controversial election, including one who witnessed the shipping of an estimated 144,000-288,000 completed ballots across three state lines on October 21 2020.
For a failing Canadian Liberal PM who is being destroyed by the opposition in the opinion polls, there’s nothing as lame as to blame the common-sense conservative policies gaining traction with voters as ‘far-right-MAGA-Trump influence.’
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) signaled over the weekend that it was time to start cracking down on Chinese-controlled TikTok in the wake of Hamas’ October 7 terrorist attacks because of the content that the company is promoting.
A chemical tanker was seized by attackers off the coast of Yemen on Sunday, adding to the instability of international commerce in the region following Hamas’ October 7 terrorist attack against Israel.
Republicans are searching for political momentum heading into the 2024 presidential election. A mix of wins and losses at the state level across the country has the GOP celebrating any wins.
Getting through to voters in long-held Democrat areas has been tough for Republicans in recent years. Urban areas have been particularly rough for the GOP with Democrats holding most offices in major cities.
On Tuesday the strength of the Democrat armor weakened when a Republican pulled off a narrow win in a seat held by Democrats for decades. The win was a point of celebration, and positive headlines, heading into the holiday season.
The financial crisis that kicked off in March continues to bubble under the surface...
Total outstanding loans in the Federal Reserve’s bank bailout program jumped by just over $5 billion in November.
There was a sudden spike in banks tapping into the bailout program during the first week of the month with financial institutions borrowing $3.87 billion from the Bank Term Funding Program (BTFP). There was another surge in borrowing between Nov. 15 and Nov. 22, according to Fed data.
Haha, some American AI said the US’ moon landing was fake, and there’s nothing wrong with the Chinese lunar rover photo. Putin said it’s “very interesting.” Many Chinese netizens find it interesting too
Webmaster addition: I guess AI has a long way to go!
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Turner (R-OH) raised concerns over the weekend about the way that the Biden administration has gone about conducting negotiations with Qatar as it seeks the release of numerous Americans who were taken hostage by Hamas terrorists last month.
In an interview that aired on Sunday, Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) explained to Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo how his panel’s “tax focus” is part of the impeachment inquiry against Biden.
An attorney for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin criticized the federal prison system over the weekend, alleging a “lack of institutional control” and dismal communication with his client’s family after another inmate stabbed Chauvin in prison last week.
Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists in Yemen fired two ballistic missiles at a U.S. destroyer in the Gulf of Aden just after midnight on Monday after the vessel thwarted an attempt by terrorists to seize a tanker connected to an Israeli businessman.
Arkansas GOP Senator Tom Cotton ripped President Joe Biden when he discussed American hostages still held by the terrorist group Hamas, asserting that the terrorist group is simply contemptuous of Biden.
In Fulton County, Georgia, serious flaws in the 2020 election recount operations were identified. The Secretary of State and his staff originally lied about these mistakes, but then collaborated with the Attorney General’s office and the State Elections Board to exonerate the Secretary of State.
Georgian Joseph Rossi discovered 36 errors in the Fulton County data in the RLA report posted on the SOS website. Despite being turned down and ignored, Rossi managed to get these errors in front of Governor Kemp’s office. Kemp and his team took action when errors were pointed out, putting a team of four individuals on the 36 errors identified by Rossi and spending 8 weeks confirming their work.
The Georgia State Elections Board (SEB) initiated an investigation into the Fulton County data from the RLA report, labeled SEB2021-181. The SEB identified violations and errors in the 2020 Election recounts in Fulton County. Another complaint for Fulton County was filed July 8, 2022, specifically calling out 3125 duplicate ballot counts and 17,852 votes counted that do not have a corresponding ballot image. This complaint resulted in the creation of investigation SEB2023-25, which is complete and will be presented to the SEB on December 19, 2023.