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FBI Raids COVID Testing Company Accused of Falsifying Test Results in $124 Million Cover-up

On Saturday, the FBI searched the headquarters of a COVID-19 testing company accused of providing false or deceptive test results.

Eric Clapton: Vaxxed Are ‘Victims Of Mass Formation Hypnosis’

Guitar legend turned anti-vaxxer after being injured by AstraZeneca vaccine.

Thousands of Churches Warn Against Canada’s Ban on Conversion Therapy

In Canada, a wave of Christian churches are condemning the recently enacted Bill C-4, a law that criminalizes the act of providing, promoting or advertising conversion therapy. The legislation was unanimously passed by the 44th Parliament and was the first bill to do so. It took effect on January 8.

Illinois After-School Satan Club Receives Pushback From Parents

An Illinois middle school is under fire after they began to host an after-school program called a “Satan club” throughout the year.

Corporate Medicine

An American physician who goes by the pseudonym Paracelsus wrote a scathing critique of the current state of the U.S. healthcare system.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to investigate drugmakers promoting puberty blockers to minors

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Monday that he was opening an investigation into two pharmaceutical companies for promoting puberty-blocking drugs to minors for gender transitions.

Will ‘iBuying’ Ever Replace Traditional Real Estate Sales?

After three successful home sales, Daniel Edwin and his wife were getting ready to sell again, but this time, the Atlanta couple knew they didn’t want to go the traditional route.

150 Corporations Rebrand For Massive Vaccine Promotion Campaign in Germany

Large companies working hand-in-glove with the German government to push controversial policies -- when has this happened before?

California Scheming

Luxury apartment or essential housing? How America’s most notorious junk municipal bond peddlers are getting rich off California’s affordability crisis.

Facebook Owner Meta Must Sell Giphy, U.K. Antitrust Regulator Rules

The U.K.'s competition regulator ordered Facebook’s parent company, Meta, to sell the animated image-sharing platform Giphy on Tuesday, a move that is set to unwind an 19 month-old acquisition and deal a blow to the recently rebranded company.

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