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How the FBI Undercounts Armed Citizen Responders to Mass Killers—and Media Play Along

The shooting that killed three people and injured another at a Greenwood, Indiana, mall on July 17 drew broad national attention because of how it ended—when 22-year-old Elisjsha Dicken, carrying a licensed handgun, fatally shot the attacker.

Taxes on Fuel, Business, Medicines, and More in ‘Inflation Reduction Act’

Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has listed several taxes in the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” that passed the Senate on Sunday — which Democrats now hail as a “climate” bill, since the Congressional Budget Office says it will hardly reduce inflation.

Russia Sanctions Biden’s Wife and Daughter

Russia has imposed sanctions on US President Joe Biden’s wife and daughter, along with 23 other individuals responsible for promoting a “Russophobic course.” The people on the list are barred from entering the country.

Study Shows Pharmaceutical Ads Make People Want Prescriptions

These ads are illegal in most countries but not in the US, where 27% of people spoke to their doctor about a medical treatment after they learned about it from an ad.

DOJ Announces Hate Crimes and ‘Bias-Related’ Initiatives Including Reporting Hotline

The U.S. Department of Justice on May 20 announced new initiatives worth $10 million to curb hates crimes and other “bias-related incidents.”

1,000 Peer-Reviewed Studies Questioning COVID-19 Vax Safety: Informed Choice Australia

"Peer-reviewed medical papers submitted to various medical journals, evidencing a multitude of adverse events in COVID-19 vaccine recipients."

California Schools Incentivized to Mask & Vax Students with $15 Billion in Federal Aid: ‘ESSER III’

The 'ESSER III Fund' gives $15,079,696,097 to California schools that commit to "universal and correct wearing of masks," "diagnostic and screening testing," and "efforts to provide vaccinations to school communities."

Pentagon unveils new rules on ‘extremism’ following January 6 riot — even ‘liking’ a social media post could land a service member in trouble

The Pentagon issued new rules this week outlining what constitutes prohibited extremist behavior in military ranks and what will be the procedure for handling such behavior, the Associated Press reported.

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