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NIH to Spend $1.15B Over Four Years to Study “Long COVID”

NYU Langone Health is leading the National Institute of Health's (NIH) investigation of the long-term effects of COVID-19 ("Long COVID"). Dubbed the PASC (Post-Acute...

Study: Omicron Could Displace Delta Variant; Signal End Of Pandemic

Recent research from South Africa reveals that antibodies produced after contracting the much-hyped Omicron variant—which is impacting even those triple-jabbed with a COVID-19 "vaccine"—neutralize...

‘Feds For Medical Freedom’ Sue Biden Over Vaccine Mandate

In response to the rigid and dictatorial federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates imposed on public servants and government contractors, the national grassroots coalition, Feds For...

Heritage Foundation State Election Integrity Scorecard Puts Georgia At Top

The Heritage Foundation published a state-by-state election integrity scorecard, placing Georgia at number one with a score of 83 on a scale of 100....

San Diego Unified School Board To Appeal Court Order Against Mandate

The San Diego Unified School District's Board of Education unanimously voted Tuesday night to appeal Judge John Meyer's Monday ruling that struck down the...

WHO Chief: Blanket Boosters Risk Prolonging Pandemic & Killing Children

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned on Wednesday that blanket booster programs in wealthy countries risk prolonging the world's battle with COVID-19. With...

Jan. 6 Prisoners in Lockdown: Greene Calls for Landerkin’s Termination

The Jan. 6 prisoners are allegedly in lockdown, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wants Deputy Warden Landerkin terminated due to unfair treatment and abuse...

San Diego Judge Strikes Down School District’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

A California state judge ruled on Monday that the San Diego Unified School District's (SDUSD) COVID-19 "vaccine" mandate for students was "inconsistent with state...

New York Assembly to Bring Draconian COVID-19 Bills to the Floor...

New York kicks off its 2022 legislative session on Jan. 5 with a number of proposed radical bills related to the pandemic. Governor Kathy...

Merrick Garland Awards $1.6B to Reduce Violent Crime

On Monday, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the Department of Justice is awarding $1.6 billion in grant assistance to communities throughout the United...

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