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Natural Immunity and Covid-19: Thirty Scientific Studies to Share with Employers, Health Officials, and Politicians

From the beginning of the March 2020 lockdowns for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the subject of natural immunity (also called post-infection immunity) has been neglected. Once the vaccination became widely available, what began with near silence at the beginning turned nearly into a complete blackout of the topic.

Pfizer Lobbyist Appointed to School Board That Sets COVID Policy For Kids

Two Williamson County commissioners have announced their choice to replace Brad Fiscus on the Williamson County School Board, and that person is Franklin resident Josh Brown, who also does top-level work for Pfizer.

NIH Began Study on Vaccine Safety For Pregnant Women AFTER Many Moms Had Taken The Jab

'However, we lack robust, prospective clinical data on vaccination in these populations'

Our Defeat In Afghanistan Is Only The Beginning

As the post-9/11 chapter closes, a new one begins, marked above all by the end of American deterrence and the eclipse of American power.

60% of Young Christians Believe Some Very Anti-Christian Things About Salvation, Survey Finds

A new survey reveals a shocking statistic about young Christians. More than 60 percent of born-again Christians between the ages of 18 – 39...

‘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."

$1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion To U.S. Deficit In 10 Years, CBO Estimates

TOPLINE The Congressional Budget Office released a report Thursday estimating the $1 trillion proposal would add $256 billion to the nation's budget deficit over the...

Zuckerberg-Funded Nonprofit Paid $11.8 Million to Democrat Political Consulting Firms for ‘Nonpartisan Voter Education’ in Michigan 2020 Election

(The Star News Network) A Mark Zuckerberg-funded nonprofit, the Center for Election Innovation and Research, gave a virtually inactive Michigan nonprofit, The Michigan Center for Election Law and Administration, a $12 million grant in September 2020 for the putative purpose of helping voters figure out how to navigate the supposed complexities of mail-in ballots, as The Michigan Star reported in April 2021.

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