Alberta to Lift ‘Vast Majority’ of COVID Restrictions on March 1

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said the province is ready to move on to the next phase of its reopening plan on March 1, as the numbers of COVID-19 transmissions and hospitalizations “continue to decline rapidly.”

Democrats Will Get Wiped Out in 2022 if They Don’t Make ‘Course Correction,’ Says Michael Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City, has issued a warning to Democrats ahead of the next midterm elections saying they will be devastating if they don’t change tactics.

Australia to Welcome Tourists After Nearly Two Years

Australia has announced it will welcome international tourists after closing its borders at the start of the pandemic in 2020.

Left Admits Policies of ‘The Squad’ Are Backfiring

Hard-left politics are “backfiring” on the Democrat party, causing dissidence between young progressives and DNC leadership.

Corporate America Relaxes Mask Rules, Reopens Offices as Blue States Relent on COVID-19 Mandates

Retailers await CDC mask update, struggle with fractured landscape

Netherlands Loosens COVID Restrictions—Bars, Restaurants, Cultural Venues Reopened

"We are taking a big step today to unlock the Netherlands."

FBI Agents Search Illinois-Based ‘COVID Control’ Headquarters

The FBI has searched the center while investigating the multimillion-dollar COVID-19 testing business.

Huge COVID Testing Company Engaged in Cover-Up: Heartland State

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is suing two Illinois-based companies for allegedly “deceiving consumers” when it comes to COVID-19 testing.

Bill Gates, Indian Government Targeted in Lawsuit Alleging AstraZeneca Vaccine Killed 23-Year-Old

A lawsuit against Bill Gates, the Indian government and others, citing extensive case law, is attracting renewed scrutiny of Gates and his long-term, controversial involvement in India’s vaccine program.

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