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Earlier this month, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its COVID-19 guidance for schools, recommending that unvaccinated children over the age of two wear masks indoors. The guidance also promoted vaccinations for kids older than twelve. I took issue with this guidance because, statistically speaking, school-age kids are largely unaffected by
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Health officials possess evidence of an untreatable fungus spreading in several facilities. The “superbug” outbreaks have been reported at a nursing home in the nation’s capital and in two Texas hospitals, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported, according to the Associated Press. Several individuals had infections which were resistant to all three types
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The National Football League released its new protocols for vaccinations for the upcoming season and some players responded with shock and anger. Arizona Cardinals superstar wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins implied that he would consider retiring rather than take the vaccine. “Never thought I would say this, but being put in a position to hurt my
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The American Rescue Plan allocated $350 billion for state, local, territorial and tribal governments to respond to the coronavirus crisis, and Republican Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana is calling for a requirement that a portion of those funds go toward law enforcement. In his letter to President Biden, which was obtained by the Daily Caller,
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Republican Rep. Chip Roy of Texas has put forward legislation that aims to cut multiple diversity-related posts from the U.S. military. The bill, which seeks to combat what Roy describes as a “progressive agenda at the Department of Defense,” would nix the Defense Department’s chief diversity officer post and also ditch senior adviser for diversity
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Senate Democrats introduced a bill on Thursday that would make Facebook liable for “misinformation” about the global pandemic. The Health Misinformation Act, introduced by Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Ben Ray Luján (D-NM), would use the Department of Health and Human Services to open social media platforms like Facebook up to liability for misinformation about
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Surveillance video captured the moment a seagull flew into a teenage girl’s face as she rode a high-powered boardwalk amusement in Wildwood, New Jersey, earlier this month. What are the details? According to WTXF-TV, 13-year-old Kiley Holman and her friend, 14-year-old Georgia Reed, were celebrating Georgia’s birthday on July 6 and decided to ride the
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Big Tech platform YouTube has censored yet another head of state for the unforgivable: He dared to question the liberal narrative concerning COVID-19. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has reportedly been punished by YouTube for sharing his opinions as a head of state regarding COVID-19. “YouTube removed videos from President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil on Wednesday
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A homeowner had been gone for a few days from his residence just north of Guinda, California — but upon his return Tuesday, he discovered a break-in at his home and a gun had been stolen, KOVR-TV reported. So the homeowner already was on edge that same night when he noticed headlights in his driveway,
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On Thursday’s Morning Joe, AP White House reporter Jonathan Lemire addressed Nancy Pelosi’s rejection of two Republican appointees to the January 6th committee, and Kevin McCarthy’s announcement that unless Pelosi reversed course he would pull all Republican appointees. Predictably, Lemire put all the blame on Republicans while plumping for Pelosi and Democrats at large. How does
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The New York Times and its publications are not honest brokers. Since the days of communist-sympathizer Walter Duranty, who helped cover up Josef Stalin’s mass starvation of Ukraine, that paper has worked from a worldview and with an agenda. That was in the 1930s. They haven’t improved since then. That agenda is most obvious over
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