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Is Your Government Ready For Another Pandemic?

With polio now confirmed in New York City’s wastewater and monkeypox having spread around the world – albeit with mortality rates remaining low –...

‘Shell Companies and Shady Lawyers’: Why Did Disney Get To Govern Its…

The Walt Disney Company — once a family-friendly entertainment firm that brought together Americans from all walks of life — is currently making national headlines for all the wrong reasons.

C.D.C. ‘Has Published Only a Tiny Fraction of the Data It Has Collected’: New York Times

Information on hospitalizations and death by age and vaccination status would have helped inform whether healthy adults needed booster shots.

‘Highest Risk Is Behind Us’: Ontario on Course to Lift Mask Mandate by End of March, Says Moore

Ontario’s chief medical officer of health says the province can anticipate the lifting of mandatory masking requirements by the end of March if the key public health indicators for COVID-19 continue to improve.

Is Your Drinking Water Polluted by Big Pharma?

Scientists studying the world’s rivers found dangerous levels of drugs are contaminating water on every continent — including in the U.S. — because pharmaceuticals are not purified out of drinking water systems.

C.D.C. Withholding COVID Data to ‘Prevent Vax Hesitancy’

The New York Times released a report which stated that the CDC intentionally withheld data about the coronavirus pandemic so that the American people would be more willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations.

Freedom Convoy Triumphs as Canadian Mandates Fall

Canada’s Freedom Convoy trucker protest against vaccine mandates continued on Tuesday as mandates, vaccine passport systems, and other coronavirus restrictions began falling in provinces across the country – including Alberta, Saskatchewan, Quebec, and Prince Edward Island.

Biden claims Americans aren’t clever enough to understand the supply chain crisis and concedes that his stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation

President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that most Americans cannot understand the problems faced by the United States' supply chains, adding that 'not a lot of people' have a clear grasp of the networks and their implications.

Japan Plans to Dump 1.2 Million Tons of Contaminated Fukushima Wastewater Into Pacific Ocean

Greenpeace said Japan’s plan is a violation of international maritime law that "completely disregards the human rights and interests of the people in Fukushima, wider Japan and the Asia-Pacific region."

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