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Former President Donald Trump’s New York criminal trial continued on Monday, with Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer and fixer, taking the witness stand.

Cohen, the prosecution’s star witness, blamed Trump for the hush money payment to adult movie star Stormy Daniels. Cohen told the court that the former president told him to “take care” of the problem with Daniels.

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley responded to Cohen’s testimony on Monday, telling Fox News Fox Business host Larry Kudlow that the testimony helped Trump.

“Like much else in Cohen’s testimony, he gives these details of how he goes to his client and says, ‘I fixed the problem. I arranged for payments. I’m, you know, this is not, this story is going to go away, at least before the election’ and Trump is saying things like ‘good, good,’” Turley said. “Well, that sounds a lot like a client following the directions of his lawyer. But now the lawyer is telling the jury I think you should send my client to prison for doing what I suggested for him to do. There is nothing illegal here, what Cohen was describing is not a crime.

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The Lib Dems' deselection of David Campanale shows that Christians are now the most despised minority in Britain, with the Left in particular unwilling to tolerate Christians who actually believe in their faith.

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African wildcats and other species that prefer warmer climes roamed inside the Arctic Circle just 9,000 years ago at temperatures 5°C warmer than today, scientists have found. Turns out, the globe isn't boiling.

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With a trans woman (i.e. a man in a dress) now a senior leader who teaches that God is a witch and Jesus is a woman, say hello to the modem Church of England, says Steven Tucker.

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Every year, members of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (“ABPI”) are required to disclose money that has been paid to healthcare organisations. The data is collated and published on Disclosure UK’s website.

Disclosures reveal that pharmaceutical companies have paid UK healthcare organisations £404 million over the three years 2020-2022 – £150 million, or 37%, was made by five pharmaceutical companies: GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Aventis, Novartis, Pfizer and AstraZeneca.

There is little detail about what these payments relate to except that they do not relate to research and development activities.

In a previous article, we revealed AstraZeneca paid TV doctors to promote vaccines and downplay vaccine injuries – dubbed ITVGate. Possibly in a similar vein, GlaxoSmithKline has paid journalists for “disease awareness.”

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Two recent cases of hugely costly invasive implantations carried out on single volunteers have ended in setbacks or death.  One involved a transplant of a kidney from a genetically modified pig into a human and the other an implant of a Neuralink brain chip.

Before things went wrong, corporate media and corporate science journals hailed the kidney transplant as a success and a beacon of hope for the future. And Elon Musk widely touted the first implant of his brain chip as a success.

There is another pioneering intervention that has also resulted in death – the so-called covid vaccine, which is increasingly looking like genetic implantation.  It too has been hailed as a success by corporately funded outlets. However, it is such a harmful and gross failure that even ardent vaccine advocates are now weighing into the debate on our side.

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The geomagnetic storm that led to nighttime light shows over the weekend also caused problems for the Starlink satellite broadband service, disrupted GPS signals, and affected the orbit of the Hubble Space Telescope.

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It is fifteen years since the Hubble Space Telescope was captured by a Space Shuttle for the final time.

By the time its final servicing mission, STS-125, arrived, Hubble Space Telescope (HST) had already been in orbit for 19 years. Following the 13-day mission, the HST continued to generate prodigious amounts of science while also suffering the occasional failure.

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Restaurant chain Red Lobster appears to be the latest beneficiary of "Bidenomics", with reports surfacing this week that "dozens" of its locations across the country are unexpectedly closing down. 

More than 80 locations in at least 27 states have now been listed as "temporarily closed" on the restaurant chain's website, according to CBS affiliate WBNS

The report said that workers at the locations were offered "no notice whatsoever" as to the closings. The Orlando-based seafood chain known for its endless shrimp deals has been struggling with significant internal and financial challenges, the report says.

Recently, the company faced rumors of bankruptcy as it sought a buyer to avoid filing for Chapter 11, with multiple media outlets reporting the potential filing last month.

It was reported that it might file for bankruptcy to restructure its debt and reduce its 650 US locations.

The chain underwent considerable leadership changes in 2021 and 2022, with new appointees in several top positions including CEO, chief marketing officer, chief financial officer, and chief information officer, all of whom departed within two years - usually not a sign things are moving in the right direction.

Last summer, the company reintroduced its endless shrimp menu deal, which resulted in an $11 million loss. 

Even more devastating, CBS reports that Thai Union, Red Lobster's top supplier, has severed ties with the chain.

A liquidation company has started an online auction for kitchen equipment and other contents from the closed Red Lobster locations, the report adds.

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​The Ohio Lottery is sending data breach notification letters to over 538,000 individuals affected by a cyberattack that hit the organization's systems on Christmas Eve.

A filing with the Office of Maine's Attorney General revealed that the incident impacted 538,959 individuals. The attackers gained access to the affected people's names, Social Security numbers, and other personal identifiers.

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Few things have escaped environmentalists' scorn, and even cows have not been exempt from blame for climate change. Emissions from livestock production have become an increasing focus of efforts to fight climate change. The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that 11.1% of emissions worldwide come from livestock production, and the organization released a report last year urging Americans to eat less meat. If people aren’t eating meat, the argument goes, then fewer cows are produced. If there’s fewer cows, there’s less emissions.

However, research by pro-agribuisness outfits Alltech and Archbold suggests that the thinking on reducing emissions at the source is missing a bigger picture on cattles’ relationship with the land, and possibly, by removing grazing from pastures, emissions will actually go up.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco, and FBI Director Christopher Wray announced on Monday their latest plan to censor Americans under the guise of combatting “election threats.”

Attorney General Merrick Garland who is directly tied to the historic persecution of opposition candidate Donald J. Trump led the discussion today in Washington DC on election threats.

He should have mentioned his name first when he lectured on current election threats.

Merrick Garland today mentioned the DOJ and FBI’s work to protect elections from national security threats. Garland added, “It includes our National Security Division’s and the FBI’s work to protect our elections from national security threats, including malign foreign influence and cyber-enabled campaigns.”

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Floorp will look familiar if you’ve used Firefox before, but it adds some great extra features including vertical tabs and workspaces.

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Pfizer is boasting that the pharmaceutical giant is now raking in billions of dollars in profits from treating the turbo cancer epidemic that was triggered by the company’s Covid mRNA vaccines.

According to company CEO Albert Bourla, Pfizer is cashing in from new “blockbuster” cancer drugs.

Bourla, a World Economic Forum (WEF) “agenda contributor,” is gloating that treating turbo cancers is “our new Covid.”

Speaking with Fox Business about how Pfizer plans to score big on the new turbo cancer market, Bourla announced that the deadly epidemic is translating into big profits for Pfizer investors.

Since profits from the company’s mRNA (modRNA) COVID jabs are drying up, Bourla is ready to unleash new chemical drugs to reinvigorate the profit streams.

The “pandemic” brought record revenue to Pfizer, which generated an astounding $157 billion overall from not just its “vaccine” but also Paxlovid, an oral antiviral medication.

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Google has released emergency security updates for the Chrome browser to address a high-severity zero-day vulnerability tagged as exploited in attacks.

This fix comes only three days after Google addressed another zero-day vulnerability in Chrome, CVE-2024-4671, caused by a use-after-free weakness in the Visuals component.

The latest bug is tracked as CVE-2024-4761. It is an out-of-bounds write problem impacting Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine, which is responsible for executing JS code in the application.

Out-of-bounds write issues occur when a program is allowed to write data outside the specified array or buffer, potentially leading to unauthorized data access, arbitrary code execution, or program crashes.

“Google is aware that an exploit for CVE-2024-4761 exists in the wild,” reads the advisory.

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