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Dr. Robert Malone, Other Censored Doctors Sue Twitter

The doctors say Twitter violated its own policy when it censored factual information, not "misinformation."

Missouri Requires Photo ID, Bans Ballot Drop Boxes in Election Law Overhaul

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson signed a new election law on Wednesday that will require a voter to show a photo ID to vote in the coming general...

Trump Contempt Order Lifted by New York Judge

Trump was held in contempt over a civil investigation.

CDC Caught Using False Data To Recommend Kids’ COVID Vax

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showcased highly misleading data about the risk of COVID-19 to kids when its expert vaccine advisers voted to recommend vaccines for children under five years old.

Media, Health Officials Should ‘Just Tell the Truth’ About COVID Shots for Kids, Physician Says

Vinay Prasad, M.D., MPH, this week addressed misleading information about kids and COVID-19 vaccines coming from four sources: The New York Times, former Biden COVID-19 response advisor Andy Slavitt, head of COVID-19 response Dr. Ashish Jha, and the Brown University School of Public Health.

D.H.S. Warns of Coming ‘Acts of Violence’ Against ‘Faith-Based Institutions’, Other Groups Ahead of Potential Roe v. Wade Overturning (Read the Full Bulletin)

Homeland Security issues National Terrorism Advisory System bulletin warning effective June 7 through Nov 30.

9 Big Things We Learned From The Michael Sussmann Prosecution

Less than one week ago, a Washington D.C. jury acquitted former Hillary Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann of lying to former FBI General Counsel...

Texas Police: School Door Shut but Didn’t Lock Before Attack

Exterior door at Robb Elementary School did not lock when it was closed by a teacher shortly before a gunman used it to get inside and kill 19 students and two teachers.

‘Biggest Fake News Story in Canada’: Kamloops Mass Grave Debunked by Academics

One year ago today, the leaders of the British Columbia First Nation Band Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc announced the discovery of a mass grave of more than 200 Indigenous children detected at a residential school in British Columbia.

Disease-Carrying Monkeys Used in Taxpayer-Funded Medical Experiments Threaten Public Health

The transportation of potentially disease-ridden monkeys used for medical research is a $1.25 billion international business.

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