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  • by Annie May
    The US Coast Guard spotted Chinese warships off the coast of Alaska last month. China’s increased bellicosity in recent months has inspired the United States to send dozens of its stealth fighters, the F-22, to the western Pacific for military exercises. Two months ago, China sent a massive force of 28 aircraft into Taiwanese airspace, […]
  • by Thomas Bush
    Pfizer and BioNTech are planning to ask regulators for approval to administer vaccines to children older than five. If granted, that should help reduce the risk COVID poses to school children. What’s more, in November Pfizer expects to ask regulators for approval to vaccinate kids under 5. According to the WHO, COVID will continue to […]
  • by Jimmy Cooper
    The US Army mandated that all active duty soldiers must be vaccinated by December 15. Meanwhile, police in Los Angeles are suing over vaccine mandates, while officers elsewhere in the state are threatening to quit. Mobile vaccine units in Colorado will now have security details. People have been harassing the details for some time, but […]
  • by Thomas Bush
    According to internal documents, Facebook knew Instagram is bad for teens, most especially teenage girls. Facebook has shut down the personal accounts of two NYU researchers and halted their research into the spread of misinformation via political ads on the network. Although many conservatives believe Facebook is biased against them, employees of the social media […]
  • by Annie May
    The first trial in the massive Operation Varsity Blues college admissions fraud scandal has begun. The defendants, Former casino executive Gamal Aziz and private equity firm founder John Wilson, both face charges for paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their children into USC. UCLA’s ex-men’s soccer coach was been sentenced by a judge […]
  • by Thomas Bush
    In the first half of 2021, fully vaccinated Brits made up only 1% of COVID deaths, demonstrating the efficacy of the vaccines. According to the WHO, COVID will continue to mutate––just as the flu does––and it’s therefore going to be here to stay. The US has hit a new COVID milestones: 40 million cases. And […]
  • by Thomas Bush
    Pfizer and BioNTech are planning to ask regulators for approval to administer vaccines to children older than five. If granted, that should help reduce the risk COVID poses to school children. According to the WHO, COVID will continue to mutate––just as the flu does––and it’s therefore going to be here to stay. Moderna is actually […]
  • by Robert Leonard
    Mobile vaccine units in Colorado will now have security details. People have been harassing the details for some time, but recently things have turned more violent. Elsewhere, vaccine and mask mandates are leading to violence. Police were called to the scene of an Arizona school, where a father threatened to zip tie principal over a […]
  • by Robert Leonard
    According to the WHO, COVID will continue to mutate––just as the flu does––and it’s therefore going to be here to stay. Moderna is actually developing a single-dose booster shot that will cover both the flue and COVID. The US has hit a new COVID milestones: 40 million cases. And the Delta variant is only just […]
  • by Catherine Reed
    The world’s largest machine that removes carbon from the air has opened in Iceland. It removes 4,000 tons of carbon from the air every year and sends it underground where it will turn into a mineral. Critics point out that the machine, which costs a whopping $10-15 million USD, isn’t enough to offset anything near […]