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Attorney Generals Urge SCOTUS to Take Case on Parental Rights Within Schools

Sixteen attorney generals, led by Virginia AG Jason Miyares (R), have filed an amicus brief requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court take up a case involving schools' efforts to transition students without parental knowledge or consent.

Analysis Calls for ‘Global Moratorium’ on mRNA Products

An analysis recently published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research describes the "lessons learned" from "clinical trials, mass vaccination, and censorship by the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex," calling for a "global moratorium" on "modmRNA products until proper safety and toxicological studies are conducted."

Hundreds of Doctors Sign Accord Calling for End of mRNA Vaccines

Thousands of people, including more than 600 medical doctors and over 1,500 healthcare professionals, have signed onto the Hope Accord, which condemns mRNA products and the COVID-19 vaccine.

Supreme Court: Government Requests to Remove Disinformation on Social Media Are Lawful

The Supreme Court decided that the government can order social media companies to remove damaging disinformation from their platforms, which is a victory for...

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Biden Administration Over Social Media Censorship Case

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of the Biden administration in Murthy v. Missouri, a COVID-19-era social media censorship case initiated by Republican attorneys general and social media users.

White House Considering Deployment of U.S. Military Contractors to Ukraine: Report

The Biden administration is reportedly weighing whether U.S. military contractors should be permitted to be deployed to Ukraine.

Julian Assange to Enter Plea Deal, Avoid Prison in U.S.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been released after agreeing to a plea deal with the Department of Justice (DOJ). Assange will plead guilty to one...

Previously Censored Paper Finds Majority of Deaths Caused by COVID-19 Vaccine: Autopsy Data

A previously censored scientific paper found that the COVID-19 vaccines are behind a vast number of deaths.

SCOTUS Rejects Anti-Abortion Challenge, Mifepristone Prescriptions to Continue

In a highly anticipated ruling on Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that mifepristone, one of the two drugs used in medication abortion, can...

NYC Begins Evicting Migrants from Shelters Amid Strain on Resources

New York City has started evicting migrants from its shelter system to ease the strain on resources, following a more aggressive phase of its...

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