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‘We are Fighting for National Identity and Traditional Christianity’: Prime Minister of Hungary

"[W]e are an example that somebody or a country which is based on traditional values, on national identity, based on tradition of Christianity."

Mexican President Rejects Child Vaccine Use And ‘Booster Shots,’ Says He ‘Won’t Be Held Hostage’ By Big Pharma

"We need to be careful because, as it's obvious, pharmaceutical companies wish to make a profit, and would like to keep always selling vaccines for everyone."

YouTube Suspends Conservative Sky News Australia

YouTube has temporarily suspended popular Sky News Australia, a conservative news org, for what the big tech giant calls "Covid-19 misinformation."

Mexican President Rejects Jabs For Kids, ‘Won’t Be Held Hostage’ By Profiteering ‘Pharma Companies’

"We need to be careful, because, as it is obvious pharmaceutical companies wish to make a profit…and would like to keep selling vaccines for everyone," says Obrador.

Biden Offers Americans $100 to Get Vaxxed—JAMA Calls It ‘Coercive’

Joe Biden on Thursday called for newly vaccinated Americans to receive $100 payments, but a peer-reviewed medical journal publication from January disagrees with the approach.

LA Times Columnist Blames ‘Racism’ for Blacks Refusing Vaccine

"[S]ystemic racism" is to blame for the black community having a "deep distrust of the healthcare system, government agencies and most institutions, including legit media organizations," says Los Angeles Times writer Erika Smith.

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to All-Male Military Draft

The Supreme Court on Monday said it won’t hear an appeal challenging the all-male military draft requirement.

Biden Rejects Permit for Annual POW-MIA Motorcycle Ride

Under President Joe Biden’s leadership, the Pentagon has rejected a permit for the annual Rolling to Remember motorcycle ride that is held in Washington, DC, each Memorial Day to honor POW/MIA veterans.

Supreme Court Rejects Facebook Appeal in $15 Billion Lawsuit

The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from Facebook that requested the court intervene in a $15 billion class-action lawsuit alleging the firm illegally tracked the online activities of its users when they are not on the platform, thereby violating the federal Wiretap Act law.

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