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Courageous Covid Article from Medical Student

Photo by Yaroslav Danylchenko Whether we agree or disagree with the considered opinion seen here, it is now past time that we as a nation and as a world community garner the collective strength to think together and work to set ...
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Who is Klaus Schwab, What is WEF (World Economic Forum)

As we read news of the annual meeting of WEF in Davos, Switzerland this week, it is important for concerned citizens, and educated activists to have a clear, informed understanding of the roots and purposes of Mr. Schwab, and WEF ...
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Ten Tools of Unwarranted Surveillance

John & Nisha Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute point out ten ways you are being tracked and surveilled, very often by the US government  These include tracking you based on: your phone and movements, your DNA, your face, your behavior,  ...
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Corruption of the Terms Safety and Harm

National Review Article: “Safety is the Worst Word in the English Language” (possible paywall)  Rich Lowry of National Review writes a terse piece that hits a key pressure point in American and Global affairs. It is an important read. Knowledge needed to ...
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Who Won The Midterms?

By Frank Kaufmann The Midterms are almost over.  President Biden led Democrats to the best midterm results for a first-term president’s party in 20 years.  PLACES STILL COUNTING Some places are still counting. This fact is indicative of a corrupt ...
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The Evil Elephant in Twitter’s Room

Like other wildly disparaged, pro-first amendment disruptors, Elon Musk has responded to Twitter’s greatest horror and seeks to act propitiously, quickly, and effectively. While all the frothing, effete coastals rage and posture ad nauseam against figures like President Trump, none ...
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10 Days Until the Midterms – Analysis of U.S. Political Parties

Victor Davis Hanson Analyzes the Current State of U.S. Electoral Politics Article here  (Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images) The old Democrats have faded away after being overwhelmed by radicals and socialists. Moderates who once embraced former President Bill Clinton’s opportunistic “third way” are now ...
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Standing for American Goodness – Columbus, Ohio

On Saturday, August 27, 2022, The Settlement Project, with co-organizers and co-sponsors hosted the meeting, “Standing for American Goodness.” The conference invitation (← click) shows the range of concerns originally presented to invitees and collaborators. Thirty-four patriots and activists attended ...
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What is MAGA

A new US immigrant explains MAGA ...
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Marshi Smith, 2005 NCAA Champion in the 100 meter backstroke (University of Arizona), founder of Women for Fairness in Sports. Pioneer with Our Bodies Our Sports. Follow Marshi. Join her courageous stand for women, for common sense, and for us all ...
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