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Woman Injured by COVID Vaccine Pleads With Health Agencies for Help, as Local News Agency Kills Story After Pressure From Pfizer

In an exclusive interview with The Defender, Kristi Dobbs recounted how she’s spent nine months pleading with health agencies to research the neurological injuries she developed after Pfizer’s vaccine, and how she and others are trying to get the word out about the vaccine’s potential risks.

Biden’s Vaccine Mandate — Who’s Fighting Back, and How?

Backlash against Biden’s sweeping COVID vaccine mandate has been swift, and experts say the mandate is unlikely to hold up in court.

Apple faces the unthinkable: Widespread worker unrest

(New York Times) Apple, known among its Silicon Valley peers for a secretive corporate culture in which workers are expected to be in lock...

Designer Of AOC’s ‘Tax The Rich’ Dress Took $40K+ In PPP Funds While Owing Money Across U.S.: Report

Aurora James, the woman who designed Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (NY) “Tax The Rich” dress that AOC wore to the recent Met Gala, reportedly owes a significant amount in back taxes.

Patriotism fueled military enlistment after 9/11, remains strong 20 years later

Army Sgt. Maj. Michael Carter clearly remembers the horrific scenes of the flame-filled Twin Towers imploding against the New York City skyline.

Health Effects of 9/11 Still Plague Responders and Survivors

Those who were exposed to Ground Zero have increased rates of certain cancers and other health problems.

Biden unemployment benefits slowed economic recovery

'Often paid better than working'

30-Year-Old Still Seeking Answers 6 Months After Developing Neurological Complications Following Pfizer Vaccine

In an interview with The Defender, Dominique De Silva described her frustration trying to get answers for the neurological complications she developed after her first dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, and with doctors who dismissed her symptoms and refused to acknowledge the vaccine as a possible cause.

Supremes slap down Biden’s eviction moratorium

Plan to take properties from owners to give to nonpaying renters 'strains credulity'

California judge: Uber, Lyft not exempt from classifying drivers as employees

A California judge on Friday ruled that a 2020 ballot measure exempting gig companies from for providing benefits for its workers is unconstitutional, the Sacramento Bee reports.

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