May 11

Louisiana Governor Reverses ‘Insane Mandate’ Requiring COVID Vaccines for Students

Children and students attending daycare, K-12 programs and college in Louisiana will, at least for now, not be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Wednesday.

FDA Authorizes Pfizer Booster for Kids 5 to 11, Bypasses Advisory Panel

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today authorized a booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, without convening its vaccine advisory panel of independent experts to discuss Pfizer’s data on 5- to 11-year-olds — and based on a study subset of only 67 children, CNBC reported.

Patrisse Cullors’s Brother Among BLM’s Two Highest-Paid Employees

The highest-paid employee of the national Black Lives Matter group is Paul Cullors, the brother of the charity's embattled co-founder Patrisse Cullors, new filings reveal.

CDC Pushes ‘Universal Hepatitis B Vaccination’ as Hepatitis Cases Increase and COVID Hype Wanes: New Pandemic Coming?

New hepatitis vaccine hit market in March—now CDC wants to remove "obstacle" of risk assessment before injecting patients with hepatitis vaccine.

China Lockdown Causing Global Medical Imaging Supply Shortage

General Electric (GE) Healthcare said on Wednesday a shortage of medical dye caused by a Chinese coronavirus lockdown of its production plant in Shanghai, China, has affected not only hospitals in the U.S. and Germany but also in other regions of the world, Reuters reported.

Trump Defines ‘Trumpism’

Trumpism, "as some call AMERICA FIRST, is very simple," Trump explained.

Religious Freedom Advocates Threaten to Sue Anti-catholic Activist Group

A national public interest law firm that focuses on religious liberty is threatening to sue protesters who harass religious worshipers and those who hold demonstrations on the steps of the nation’s churches in the wake of a leaked draft majority opinion by the Supreme Court that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

Abortion Rights Activists Dox SCOTUS Justices, Offer to Pay Protesters Following Supreme Court Opinion Leak

Abortion supporters have been demonstrating since a leak from the Supreme Court indicated a possible end to Roe v. Wade.

Trump Appeals New York Contempt Ruling

Donald Trump has appealed a New York judge’s decision to hold the former president in contempt of court and fine him $10,000 per day for failing to comply with a subpoena for evidence in the state attorney general’s civil investigation into his business dealings.

Tennessee Social Media Bill Faces Legal Obstacles Similar to Florida, Texas

Tennessee lawmakers pushing a social media oversight bill that would prevent users from being banned or shadow banned said it is not a First Amendment issue but a governmental course correction.

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