Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Osceola County, FL — For the last several months, 26-year-old Jean Barreto has been fighting for his life in a Florida hospital after being set on fire by an Osceola County deputy. Barretto was pumping gas when a deputy deployed a taser, ignited the pump, causing it to explode, and cooked this innocent man alive. Continue reading “Innocent Man ‘Cooked Alive’ After Deputy Tasered Him While Pumping Gas”

Real Clear Policy – by Adam Andrzejewski

Immigration and Customs Enforcement wasted $17 million on 1,200 largely-unused hotel rooms to house migrant families, and hired a contractor that did not follow Covid-19 testing protocols, according to a new report from the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General. Continue reading “ICE Wasted $17M on Empty Hotel Rooms”

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

President Joe Biden spoke in Buffalo Tuesday and pushed for an “assault weapons” ban in the wake of Saturday’s shooting, which killed ten people.

Biden said, “We can keep assault weapons off our streets. We’ve done it before. I did it when we passed the crime bill last time. And violence went down. Shooting went down.”  Continue reading “Biden Pushes ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban in Buffalo Speech”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The Department of Homeland Security has ‘paused’ it’s newly created Disinformation Governance Board, after its head, Nina Jankowicz, was called out for being a Russiagate truther, and going full “libs of TikTok” with creepy Disney-themed songs in a fake British accent – lending to the nickname “Scary Poppins.”  Continue reading “Biden’s ‘Disinfo’ Board Paused, ‘Scary Poppins’ Drafts Resignation”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Dozens of local, state, and federal agencies have begun conducting “a major radiological incident exercise” in Austin, Texas.

The Cobalt Magnet 22 exercise is led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration in partnership with the Austin Homeland Security and Emergency Management Office, bringing 30 agencies together in a field training exercise to combat threats of radiological attacks Continue reading “Feds Begin ‘Major Radiological Incident’ Drill In Austin”

Washington Times

Two children have been hospitalized in Tennessee after their parents could not find a specific type of formula amid a nationwide shortage.

Both children have intestinal disorders that make it difficult for them to absorb nutrients. They were treated at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis after their bodies couldn’t tolerate an alternate type of formula, according to Fox13 Memphis. Continue reading “Two children hospitalized in Tenn. amid formula shortage”

Breitbart – by Simon Kent

U.N. chief Antonio Guterres on Wednesday called for an end to oil, gas, and coal use in favor of renewable sources as part of a self-described global climate Marshall Plan. Continue reading “Climate ‘Marshall Plan’ — U.N. Joins World Economic Forum Call to End Oil, Gas, and Coal Use”

WikiSpooks

Israel has one of the most advanced[1] offensive biological warfare capabilities in the world. It is assumed that the Israel Institute for Biological Research in Ness Ziona is at the centre of this program, also developing vaccines and antidotes for chemical and biological warfare.[2] Israel is not a signatory to the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC).[3][4][5]

In the 1970s and 1980s, the Israeli program collaborated with the apartheid South Africa‘s BW-program, and it has good connections to (at least) British and US biological weapons research.  Continue reading “Israel/Biological weapons”

Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

Dr. Fauci on Tuesday testified before the Senate Committee on Appropriations on Joe Biden’s 2023 budget request for the National Institutes of Health.
Continue reading “Dr. Fauci on Covid Lockdowns: “I Don’t Like Mandating Things, I Don’t Like Punishing People For Not Doing Something””

Gateway Pundit – by Kristinn Taylor

The formula shortage is so bad that doctors at a Tennessee hospital are unable to find the specialty formulas required for two young child patients who were hospitalized because they got sick after their parents could not get formula. The children are at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis where doctors are trying to keep the children alive until the right formula can be found by giving them IV fluids and “nutrition support.” Continue reading “Doctors Can’t Get Formula for Sick Children Hospitalized Over Shortage”

Business Insider

An innovative face mask for cows, designed to reduce methane emissions and slow down climate change, has won a prestigious design award.

The wearable device for cattle, created by UK-based design group Zelp, was one of the four winners of the inaugural Terra Cart Design Lab competition.  Continue reading “Burp-catching mask for gassy cows, designed to reduce methane emissions and slow down climate change, wins prestigious Prince Charles prize”

Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children – by Faye Higbee

The House of Representatives now has its very own House Liquor Store (aka the Pelosi bar). Pelosi has created a liquor store where House members can order booze and have it delivered directly to their offices. While catering services could deliver alcohol for special events, now they can deliver directly to the member’s office. And they can buy bulk. The new service is provided by caterer Sodexo, which offers a “Drinks on Demand” page. Continue reading “The House Liquor Store Open for Business”

Gateway Pundit – by Kristinn Taylor

Russia’s war on Ukraine is leading to an “apocalyptic” food shortage, Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey told a committee of Parliament on Monday. Bailey said the main issue is that major global grain supplier Ukraine’s crops cannot be exported due to the war. The head of the United Nations World Food Program warned “millions of people around the world will die” if Ukraine’s Black Sea ports continue to be blockaded by Russia. Last week, Italian League party leader Matteo Salvini warned the looming food shortages due to the war could cause as many as 20 million people from Africa to migrate to Europe. Continue reading “Bank of England Governor Warns of ‘Apocalyptic’ Food Shortages From Fallout of Russia-Ukraine War”

Breitbart – by John Binder

President Joe Biden is subsidizing businesses with 35,000 more foreign H-2B visa workers to hire for non-agricultural jobs in the United States, even as nearly 12 million Americans remain jobless. Continue reading “Biden Subsidizes Business with 35K Foreign Workers to Hire for U.S. Jobs as Nearly 12M Americans Remain Jobless”

Uncover DC – by Michelle Edwards

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that short-haired cattle produced through CRISPR gene-editing technology are safe for human consumption. The cattle, known as PRLR-SLICK, were the first to receive an FDA “low-risk determination for enforcement discretion” after the agency determined the intentional genomic alteration (IGA) of the two genome-edited cattle does not raise any safety concerns. Continue reading “FDA Says CRISPR Gene-Edited Cattle Safe for Human Consumption”

Real Clear Politics – by John R Lott, Jr.

To President Biden, public health researchers, and the media, violent crime is all about guns. But a new survey finds that people are badly misinformed about how much violent crime involves guns. The average likely American voter is way off, thinking that over 46% of violent crimes involve guns. In fact, the true figure is less than 8%. Continue reading “When Misinformation Drives Bad Policy”

The Federalist – by Jordon Boyd

Since the conflict in Ukraine and Russia began, high-profile elites have demanded that the United States back Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky with finances, food, weaponry, and even the threat of war against Vladimir Putin, but this is out of step with the will of the people. Continue reading “Americans Don’t Want War With Russia But Republicans And Democrats Are Forcing It Anyway”

Daily Mail

The troubled Michigan baby formula factory that shut down in February claims the Food and Drug Administration still hasn’t given them the green light to restart operations, despite the agency saying it could be back up and running in two weeks.  Continue reading “Abbott baby formula factory claims the FDA HASN’T given it the greenlight to restart production despite agency claiming it could be up and running in two weeks”