Five Times The Legacy Media Flip-Flopped On The Pandemic

In many respects, the legacy media remains a greater driving force behind the COVID-19 pandemic than the actual virus itself. Their incessant fear-mongering at the outset of the pandemic has morphed into endless goal shifting as the crisis drags on in search of the current narrative.  Worse, constant gaslighting has left countless Americans confused and […] …

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Kristy Swanson Demands Her Removal From All John Hughes Movies If Trump Gets Erased From ‘Home Alone 2’

After actor Macaulay Culkin expressed support for erasing President Trump’s cameo in “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,” outspoken conservative actress Kristy Swanson (the original “Buffy: The Vampire Slayer”) has demanded she be removed from all John Hughes movies. Last week, Macaulay Culkin said “Sold” to a Twitter user who proposed a petition to […] …

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Man Lived In Chicago’s O’Hare Airport For Three Months To Avoid Flying Home During Coronavirus Pandemic

Chicago prosecutors say 36-year-old Aditya Singh lived in the city’s O’Hare International Airport for three months to avoid flying home to Los Angeles, California, amid the coronavirus pandemic. CWB Chicago, which regularly covers the city’s bond hearings, noticed Singh’s case on Sunday when Singh came up for bond on charges of criminal trespass to a […] …

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Biden’s Inauguration: The A-List Stars are Back

Among other things, the end of the Donald Trump presidency has lifted the moratorium on celebrities hobnobbing with the political ruling class. As reported by the Associated Press, Biden’s inauguration ceremony will platform a torrent of A-list celebrities from Hollywood and the music industry.  The 46th president’s inauguration will feature — among others — Lady […] …

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Kristi Noem’s No-Lockdown Win: People Moving To South Dakota

South Dakota GOP Governor Kristi Noem’s rejection of instituting draconian “lockdowns” because of the coronavirus seems to be bearing fruit. In a survey conducted by United Van Lines in January that tracked customers’ 2020 state-to-state migration patterns, South Dakota ranked fourth in the nation, virtually tied for second behind the state of Idaho. “Black Hills […] …

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State Capitol Protests ‘Failed To Materialize’ Over The Weekend, Despite FBI Warnings

A series of expected — and, reportedly, potentially violent — protests that “turned statehouses into citadels” last week failed to materialize, despite repeated warnings from the FBI that President Donald Trump’s supporters were looking to continue to demonstrate against certifying November’s presidential election results. The New York Times reports that “far-right groups stayed away from […] …

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Biden’s Climate Team: “Systemic Racism” Is To Blame For Climate Change

Two aides named by President-elect Joe Biden to handle environmental issues claim “systemic racism” is partially to blame for climate change. The Washington Free Beacon reported that Maggie Thomas has been tapped for the Office of Domestic Climate Policy chief of staff and Cecilia Martinez will serve as “senior director for environmental justice. Both incoming […] …

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Germany To Hold Quarantine Breakers In Refugee Camps, Detention Centers: Reports

Germans who repeatedly violate COVID-19 quarantine rules will be held in detention centers and possibly under police guard, according to new reports. Officials in the state of Saxony, which includes Leipzig and Dresden and is currently seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, have approved plans to hold quarantine-breakers in a fenced-in area of a refugee […] …

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The Most Vulnerable Democrat Senators in 2022

Following the 2020 election cycle, the Democrats and Republicans will each have 50 seats in the United States Senate. Because Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will act as the tiebreaker as President of the Senate, the Democrats will effectively have a majority in the upper chamber of the United States Congress.  With control of the executive […] …

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Blind Man Regains Sight After Israeli Company Implants Artificial Cornea

An elderly man who lost his sight ten years ago suddenly regained his vision in Israel after an artificial cornea developed by an Israeli company was implanted in his eye. As reported by Israel HaYom, Israel-based startup CorNeat successfully transplanted an artificial cornea into a 78-year-old man’s eye. The CorNeat KPro implant replaces deformed, scarred or […] …

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