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U.S. Senator Investigating CDC for Tracking Americans’ Phones

Citing the "very serious constitutional questions" involved, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., has launched an investigation into the CDC's actions in tracking the cell phones of millions of Americans.

Health Authorities Tracked Movements of Canadians via Cellphones During Pandemic

Health authorities in Canada tracked people’s movements via their cellphones during the pandemic, with trips to pharmacies and liquor stores being logged, it has been revealed.

Sweden Suffered Fewer Deaths Per Capita Than Much of Europe Despite Refusing to Enforce Strict Lockdowns

New figures from the World Health Organization show that Sweden had fewer COVID deaths per capita than much of Europe despite refusing to enforce strict lockdowns and mask mandates like numerous other nearby countries.

Disney Funds Org That Sexualizes Children Beginning in Kindergarten

Walt Disney Company has repeatedly donated to an organization that infiltrates public and private schools with LGBT ideology, according to Disney’s Pride Collection webpage.

FDA Restricts J&J COVID Vax Due to ‘Life-Threatening’ Side Effects

The vaccine was found to cause potentially fatal blood clots.

2024 Poll: Biden 36%, Trump 50%

The bad news for unpopular President Joe Biden continues to roll in, the latest from a new survey that shows likely voters, by a 2-to-1 margin, do not want him to run again.

33 Months of 1 Million-Plus Gun Sales

Sales of firearms have fallen from their recent highs but are continuing in a nearly three-year-long string of 1.25 million sales a month.

Trade Deficit Soars Over $100 Billion for the First Time Ever

The U.S. trade deficit rose an astonishing 22 percent in March to $109.8 billion as prices of oil and imported products rose due to soaring inflation, according to data released Friday by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

CDC Used Phone Location Data to Track Schools, Churches to See if Americans Followed COVID Lockdown Orders

CDC tracked "patterns of those visiting K-12 schools" as well as "visits to parks, gyms, or weight management businesses," according to CDC documents obtained via Freedom of Information Act request.

Trade Schools See Student Boom for Offering Careers ‘Within Grasp’

With the number of U.S. job openings rising to 11.5 million at the end of March, trade schools are finding a growing demand for their low-cost, low-time commitment programs that produce big payouts.

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