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Fauci and Birx publicly disagree over details of ‘heated’ meeting with former VP Pence during early COVID

Josh Baskin
Doctor Anthony Fauci, top medical advisor to President Joe Biden, and Dr. Deborah Birx, who worked together on the COVID-19 task force under former president Trump, have differing memories of how a heated meeting with then-vice president Pence transpired.

Idaho officials announce $119 million settlement with J&J in opioid accountability lawsuit

Hans Gruber
Idaho leaders announced on Monday they had finalized a $119 million settlement with pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson, as well as three drug distributors, AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson, in relation to their roles in the opioid crisis in the state.

Study: Pfizer’s COVID vaccine protection against omicron fades just weeks after second and third doses

Hans Gruber
Immunity against the omicron coronavirus variant fades quickly after a second and third dose of Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine, according to peer reviewed research published in JAMA Network Open on Friday.

Pfizer recalls three levels of heart and blood pressure medication for carcinogen content

John Bender
The pharmaceutical company Pfizer has voluntarily recalled a blood pressure medication for the second time in a month.

CDC: Fatal drug overdoses in the United States hit record high in 2021

Josh Baskin
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 107,622 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2021, setting a grim new record.

CDC warns of rising rates of suicide, depression among children and teens after pandemic

Hans Gruber
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has sounded the alarm over rising rates of suicide, suicidal ideations, and depression among children and teenagers in the United States.

John Bender

Canada Supreme Court judge rules extreme intoxication can be used as a legal defense for violent crimes

The Canadian Supreme Court ruled this week that extreme intoxication due to self-ingested alcohol or drugs can be used as a legal defense in cases of violent crimes.

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Bill Maher questions LGBT+ trend
Former Minneapolis Police Officer Thomas Lane has pleaded guilty Wednesday to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the 2020 death of George Floyd. 

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Ministry of Truth model: Senate House, University of London
Terry A. Hurlbut

Ministry of Truth under review

The Ministry of Truth, a/k/a Disinformation Governance Board, is under review, by two officials with an anti-liberty history.

Terry A. Hurlbut

Ministry of Truth under review

The Ministry of Truth, a/k/a Disinformation Governance Board, is under review, by two officials with an anti-liberty history.
Linda Goudsmit

Globalist Enemies of the State

A globalist is an enemy of the state as a sovereign state. The latest vehicle for abolishing sovereignty is the World Health Organization.
Anti-Semitism never died after WWII and is now resurging in the West and even in America. But now the Jews are fighting back.

Anti-Semitism on Parade—Everything Old is New Again

Anti-Semitism never died after WWII and is now resurging in the West and even in America. But now the Jews are fighting back.
The Huffington Post’s headline, “Minneapolis Jewish Community Defends Rep. Keith Ellison against Anti-Semitism allegations,” indicated that Keith Ellison (D-Minn) was making his bid to head the Democrat National Committee. But are such allegations against Ellison implausible?

Vetting Keith Ellison

The Huffington Post’s headline, “Minneapolis Jewish Community Defends Rep. Keith Ellison against Anti-Semitism allegations,” indicated that Keith Ellison (D-Minn) was making his bid to head the Democrat National Committee. But are such allegations against Ellison implausible?

Politics

Bill Maher gets his star

Bill Maher questions LGBT+ trend

Terry A. Hurlbut
Bill Maher observes a generational trend toward alternative lifestyle identification – and questions its validity in an incisive talk.

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller to return illegal $50,000 PAC campaign contribution

Josh Baskin

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller will return an unlawful $50,000 campaign donation from a Democratic political action committee, his campaign said Wednesday.

Advocacy group asks Biden administration to track fentanyl deaths as they do with COVID-19

Nigel Tufnell

Families Against Fentanyl, a nonprofit group that works to raise awareness of the dangers of the potent drug fentanyl, has asked the Biden administration to put measures in place to track fentanyl overdoses and deaths the same way it did COVID-19 deaths and infections.

New study finds nearly 7 in 10 people in US hope to live to 100 years old

Roy Batty

A new study published this week found nearly seven in ten Americans hope to live to be at least 100 years old, in spite of rising concerns about outliving savings and waning health in later years.

Canada Supreme Court judge rules extreme intoxication can be used as a legal defense for violent crimes

The Canadian Supreme Court ruled this week that extreme intoxication due to self-ingested alcohol or drugs can be used as a legal defense in cases of violent crimes.

Former officer Thomas Lane pleads guilty to manslaughter for helping restrain George Floyd

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Thomas Lane has pleaded guilty Wednesday to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the 2020 death of George Floyd. 

Cincinnati school disciplines students who put ‘Whites only’ and ‘Blacks only’ signs above water fountains

Students at Ohio’s Colerain High School were “issued significant disciplinary action” after posting “Whites Only” and “Blacks Only” signs above water fountains.

Ghost guns – Biden cashes in on excuse

Remember the Sacramento shooting? CNAV said then that Biden would use it as an excuse for gun control. And now it’s happening. At the top of his list: a new step toward a ban on ghost guns.
Terry A. Hurlbut
Terry A. Hurlbut
April 12, 2022
Jerrold Nadler wants to persecute Kyle Rittenhouse further.
Terry A. Hurlbut

Rittenhouse acquitted – but the war continues

Yesterday a jury acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse of the five charges that still stood against him. But a United States congressman now demands a “review of the case.” That can mean only that Congressman wants to try Kyle Rittenhouse again, on federal charges, over the same facts. Which further illustr…
Supreme Court, battleground of the Constitution, rules for Hobby Lobby. But is Neil Gorsuch a good candidate to sit here?
Bradlee Dean

Picking And Choosing What Works For Their Agenda: The Supreme Court Wants To Decide Whether Or Not Police Can Enter Your Home To Seize Guns

The Supreme Court just took a case involving “community caretaking,” a faulty doctrine offering excuses for expanding police powers to seize guns, etc.

VCDL Lobby Day protest rally on Capitol Square: visible sign of rebellion (peaceful so far)
Darrell Castle

Rise to Rebellion

In Virginia and other States, governors and legislatures are working to disarm the people. Thomas Jefferson called for a little rebellion now and then.
Seal of Virginia. Translation: Thus Always to Tyrants. The first battle in a wider war took place in Charlottesville on or about 12 August 2017. A second battle may shortly take place...
Bradlee Dean

Militia Standing Against Tyrant In Virginia Who Failed To Learn His History – 90 Out Of 95 Counties 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Counties

Tyrants thrive when people are apathetic, but apathy can’t last forever. Virginia is now the prize example as people respond directly.
Ode to the Welfare State
Welfare has 59 million people dependent on government. Neither the Constitution nor the Bible sanction forced government charity.

OUTRAGEOUS: But are They Poor? Unbiblical and Unconstitutional Welfare Now Has 59 Million Dependents

Welfare has 59 million people dependent on government. Neither the Constitution nor the Bible sanction forced government charity.
The Rev. Michael Bresciani

CNBC Debate: Cruz breaks up MSM – Unifies Candidates

Sen. Ted Cruz clobbered the moderators of the CNBC debate on Wednesday October 28 when he was asked a ‘gotcha’ question, but instead of taking the bait, he began to rebuke the CNBC inquisitors.
Globalist technocracy
Linda Goudsmit

Globalist Enemies of the State

A globalist is an enemy of the state as a sovereign state. The latest vehicle for abolishing sovereignty is the World Health Organization.
Planned Parenthood kills more than guns. An anti-abortion and anti-gun control message from the 2013 March for Life. This represents one of the two Americas.
Terry A. Hurlbut

Abortion advocates off the rails

Abortion advocates make arguments that make no sense, and in other ways show that they are defending the indefensible.
Samuel A. Alito may or may not be ready to lead the overruling of Roe v. Wade - and figures in a war game for Texit
Terry A. Hurlbut

Alito explained why Roe must go

Justice Samuel A. Alito brilliantly explained why the Supreme Court must overrule its Roe v. Wade precedent.
Nina Jankowicz, Executive Director of the Office of Truth - er - Disinformation Governance Board
Darrell Castle

The Truth is out there

The United States government now has an Office of Truth, the executive director of which does not know the truth at all.


Opinion

Cadeuceus - two snakes and a staff resembling an allied duopoly
John Bender

Canada Supreme Court judge rules extreme intoxication can be used as a legal defense for violent crimes

The Canadian Supreme Court ruled this week that extreme intoxication due to self-ingested alcohol or drugs can be used as a legal defense in cases of violent crimes.
John Bender
John Bender

John Bender

Former officer Thomas Lane pleads guilty to manslaughter for helping restrain George Floyd

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Thomas Lane has pleaded guilty Wednesday to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the 2020 death of George Floyd. 
John Bender
John Bender

Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.-11th)
Madison Cawthorn carelessly brought a loaded gun to an airport. But if that’s the worst he’s done, that’s not as bad as it sounds.
Madison Cawthorn carelessly brought a loaded gun to an airport. But if that’s the worst he’s done, that’s not as bad as it sounds.
Terry A. Hurlbut
Terry A. Hurlbut

Bill Gates speaks. His cure, vaccination and domination, is worse than any disease he's treated. Does he figure in conspiracies against the American (or other) people?
Terry A. Hurlbut

Fatal Philanthropy

Bill Gates, after creating a technological monster, got into the philanthropy game. But his brand of philanthropy is not “loving” at all.
March for Life packs Constitution Ave.
Terry A. Hurlbut

Constitution – why do we have it?

The Constitution protects individuals from government. Or did before SCOTUS started twisting and reshaping it. Now that’s ended.

Radioactive decay chains. Radioactive decay was a key argument against creation, until Austin, Shelling, and Vardiman demolished three key assumptions.
Terry A. Hurlbut

Radioactive debate on the Hydroplate Theory

The debate on the merits of the Hydroplate Theory might be getting radioactive now. Or not. CNAV hears of attacks on it that are sixteen years old or older. The concern here is with Tony Reed’s attack on the theory of more than a year ago.

The breakout of the subcrustal ocean produced formations like these. Based on the Hydroplate Theory.
Terry A. Hurlbut

Hydroplate Theory v. unreal science

Yesterday (22 January 2019), after CNAV published the first installment in the Tony Reed v. Creationism series, it received a call from Walter T. Brown. Brown has a simple message for Tony Reed: he challenges him to a written debate.

Josh Baskin

Emails show Ginni Thomas urged Arizona lawmakers to “fight back against fraud” after 2020 election

Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, who is the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, pressed Arizona lawmakers after the 2020 election to set aside Joe Biden’s popular vote victory and choose “a clean slate of Electors,” according to e-mails obtained by The Washington Post.
John Bender

Canada Supreme Court judge rules extreme intoxication can be used as a legal defense for violent crimes

The Canadian Supreme Court ruled this week that extreme intoxication due to self-ingested alcohol or drugs can be used as a legal defense in cases of violent crimes.

John Bender

Former officer Thomas Lane pleads guilty to manslaughter for helping restrain George Floyd

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Thomas Lane has pleaded guilty Wednesday to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the 2020 death of George Floyd. 
Bill Maher gets his star
Terry A. Hurlbut

Bill Maher questions LGBT+ trend

Bill Maher observes a generational trend toward alternative lifestyle identification – and questions its validity in an incisive talk.

John Bender

Former officer Thomas Lane pleads guilty to manslaughter for helping restrain George Floyd

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Thomas Lane has pleaded guilty Wednesday to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the 2020 death of George Floyd. 
Bill Maher gets his star
Terry A. Hurlbut

Bill Maher questions LGBT+ trend

Bill Maher observes a generational trend toward alternative lifestyle identification – and questions its validity in an incisive talk.
Roy Batty

Cincinnati school disciplines students who put ‘Whites only’ and ‘Blacks only’ signs above water fountains

Students at Ohio’s Colerain High School were “issued significant disciplinary action” after posting “Whites Only” and “Blacks Only” signs above water fountains.
Nancy Pelosi stepped in it on Operation Fast and Furious
Terry A. Hurlbut

Nancy Pelosi excommunicated

The Archbishop of San Francisco excommunicated Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) over her growing outspoken support for abortion.
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