Moderna’s CEO Made Nearly $400 Million in 2022

Moderna’s CEO Stephane Bancel earned nearly $400 million last year after governments around the globe forced people to get COVID vaccinations.

Child Gender Clinic Trains School Districts on How to Assist Kindergarteners in Gender Transitions

PowerPoint presentations given to teachers from Council Rock School District on assisting gender-transitioning students.

Two California Teachers Claim School District Made Them Lie to Parents About Students’ ‘Gender Identity’

Two middle school teachers in California filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the school district and the California State Board of Education over policies they say required them to lie to parents about their children's gender identity.

Utah Mayor Demands Removal of Over 100 ‘Pornographic’ Books from School Libraries (Video)

During a school board meeting on Tuesday, Mayor Staggs addressed his concerns about "inappropriate materials and pornographic materials" available to students in the district's libraries.

World Wealth Manager, WEF Partner BlackRock Increased Stake in Fox Corp Two Months Before Tucker Carlson Ouster

In February 2023, BlackRock announced that it had increased its investments in Class A Fox Corporation stock to 15%.

Anheuser-Busch Accused of Racist Hiring Practices Amid Transgender Campaign

Anheuser-Busch is being accused of discriminatory rights practices related to a program centered on providing opportunities to minorities and women.

Fox News, Dominion Voting Systems Reach $787 Million Settlement, Avoid Trial

Fox News has agreed to pay Dominion Voting Systems $787 million, avoiding a trial in the defamation case brought against the news channel.

Complaint Alleges Anheuser-Busch Follows Discriminatory Hiring Practices

America First Legal filed a complaint against Bud Light parent company Anheuser-Busche, alleging the company adheres to discriminatory practices as a means of following diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

42-Year-Old NBC Anchor Lesley Swick Van Ness Dies Suddenly on Family Vacation

Lesley Swick Van Ness, a 42-year-old news anchor at an NBC affiliate in Illinois, died suddenly after she became sick and was hospitalized while vacationing with her family in Florida.

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