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Medically ‘Transing’ Children is a Media-Backed Scandal, Doctors Warn

Medical scandals are particularly difficult to expose when academia, the corporate press, and the entertainment industry further them, according to doctors and investigative journalists...

The Drift Toward ‘Democratic Despotism’

The Biden administration’s excessive use of executive orders, regulatory rulemaking power, and lawfare against state governments and other “intermediary institutions”; its dictatorial pandemic decrees; and its ongoing efforts to delegitimize the Republican Party as an organization of dangerous neo-fascists, lawless election deniers, and insurrectionists are all manifestations of this country’s continuing drift toward “democratic despotism,” which didn’t start with President Joe Biden and will not end with him.

Biden’s Big Lie About Contraceptive and Abortion ‘Access’

The slogans of the Democrats grow more and more absurd, stating the very opposite of their surface meaning.

The Grand Conspirator: Klaus Schwab

Klaus Schwab, founder of the demonstrably evil World Economic Forum (WEF), is an almost cartoonish example of a real-life Bond villain backed by a global network of billionaire henchmen conspiring to take over the world.

World Economic Forum Ally Bill Gates Changing Tune on Climate Change?

The Microsoft co-founder has long funded climate initiatives.

Conservatives Finally Are Forming Global Coalitions

Conservatives seldom have been great at forging international coalitions.

Fake Meat Sales Plummet on High Prices, Woke Messaging

A few years ago, life was good for the fake meat industry.

Antidepressants More Effective Than Sugar Pills Only 15 Percent of the Time

A new report says that antidepressants are more effective than sugar pills only 15 percent of the time and have other side effects. Some experts have said that the US has a "generation of guinea pigs" when it comes to just how many adolescents are prescribed these drugs.

Protests Erupt in Iran After Woman Dies Following Arrest for Breaking Hijab Law

Protests have erupted after an Iranian woman died days after she was arrested for breaking the country's strict hijab rule.

States to Ban Gas-Powered Cars Despite EVs’ Human, Environmental Costs

In Chile’s Salar de Atacama, locals watch helplessly as their ancestral lands wither and die, their precious water resources evaporating in briny salars.

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