RFK Jr. Reveals Brain Parasite Encounter in Decades-Old Deposition

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. recounted in a years-old deposition that doctors once told him a parasitic worm had invaded part of his brain before...

Animal Advocacy Groups Denounce Federal Plan to Cull Barred Owls, Protect Spotted Owl Population

A federal plan to reduce the population of barred owls in an effort to protect the declining northern spotted owl population has drawn criticism...

Lamb of God Sacrificed on Passover; In Tomb on Feast of Unleavened Bread; Resurrected on Feast of First Fruits – American Minute With Bill...

Christianity is the largest religion in the world, around a third of the Earth’s population, and since Easter is the most important day to Christians, this...

WEF Members Suggests Farming Be Considered a ‘Serious Crime’

World Economic Forum (WEF) speaker Jojo Mehta, the founder of Stop Ecocide Now, said farming, as a part of ecocide, should be considered a "serious crime."

Scientific Revolution & Astronomy, Galileo, Kepler, Francis Bacon-“A little philosophy inclineth men’s mind to atheism, but depth in philosophy bringeth men’s minds to religion”...

The Renaissance of the 15th century led the Reformation of the 16th century, followed by the Scientific Revolution -- a period of increased understanding in the fields of astronomy,...

Alaska Democratic Party Explores Ending Oil Drilling

The Democratic Party of Alaska is considering a call for an end to oil production in the state, according to a report from The Daily Wire.

EPA Approves Fuel Made From Recycled Plastics Despite Data Linking Chemical Exposure to Cancer

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved Chevron's plan to create fuel made from recycled plastics, although a 203-page risk assessment suggests the plan may expose individuals to cancer-causing agents.

Released Documents Reveal White House Pushed Facebook to Censor Posts

Communications released by the House Judiciary Committee revealed that Facebook was coerced into censoring posts pertaining to COVID-19.

Scientists Investigate If ‘Cocaine Sharks’ Are Taking in Illegal Drugs Off Florida Coast

Scientists are investigating whether or not "cocaine sharks" are actually taking in illegal drugs in Florida waters.

90 Vermont School Districts Unite in Landmark Lawsuit Against Monsanto Over Chemical Contamination

Lawsuit seeks to recoup damages and cover cleanup costs, which could amount to "hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars."

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