Putin Puts Nuclear Forces on High Alert, Escalating Tensions

President Vladimir Putin dramatically escalated East-West tensions by ordering Russian nuclear forces put on high alert Sunday, while Ukraine’s embattled leader agreed to talks with Moscow as Putin’s troops and tanks drove deeper into the country.

Ukraine Accuses Moscow of ‘Planning Acts of Genocide’ in U.N. Court Filing

Kiev maintains that Russia’s claim that it subjected the people of Donbass to “genocide” is baseless

Ohio, Texas Issue Warning on Toxic Chemical Found in COVID Test Kits

Some tests were found to contain the preservative sodium azide, a liquid reagent that can cause low blood pressure when ingested, resulting in dizziness, headaches or palpitations.

McCann: America Mustn’t Be Drawn Into Eurasia’s Conflicts

"We need to remain rational not emotional, pray fervently for peace, and work hard to deescalate the violence in Eurasia."

In Major Shift, Germany Sends Heavy Weaponry to Ukraine as Allies Pledge Swift Sanctions for Russia

Ukraine has been repelling Russian forces, particularly in embattled capitol city of Kyiv.

U.S. ‘People’s Convoy’ Hits 8 Miles Long as More Vehicles Join

Raises $850,000 to fund protest of vax and mask mandates.

‘Samuyil Hyde’: Kinzinger Falls for Notorious Internet Meme

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) has shared misinformation on numerous occasions since the Ukraine-Russia conflict escalated this week.

Tucker Carlson: ‘No One Believes You Anymore, Joe Biden—No One Should Believe You’

Tucker Carlson blamed President Joe Biden’s perceived ineptness for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, calling it a humiliating defeat for the current commander-in-chief.

Vax that ‘Self-Spreads’ Like a Virus Without Patient Consent Subsidized by N.I.H.: ‘Some People Will Die Who Would Otherwise Have Lived’

Scientists worry self-spreading vaccines could be hijacked to make biological weapons.

COVID, ‘Woke’ Culture Drive Enrollment Increases at Conservative Religious Colleges

A small group of conservative religious colleges is defying the national trend of declining enrollment in higher education and crediting their missions, as well as their handling of COVID-19, for the bump.

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