National File – by Kim Coulter

New York Bar declares if voluntary vaccinations “fall short of producing needed levels of population immunity,” they will be 100% mandated for everyone in New York State.

This past Saturday The New York State bar association pushed new policy to lean pressure on New Yorkers to volunteer to be vaccinated by passing a policy that would make getting the Covid vaccination mandatory if its not taken by enough people. If it is determined necessary, New Yorkers won’t have the option to turn down the vaccination even if they have philosophical, religious, or personal reasons to not take it. Continue reading “New York Bar Passed Mandated Covid Vaccine Without Religious or Personal Exemption Rights”

CBS News

While the rest of the country has been counting votes, an Army general named Gus Perna has been counting doses of vaccine. He is in charge of Operation Warp Speed, the catchy title given to the crash program to inoculate 300 million Americans against the coronavirus by next spring. For those of you longing to reclaim a semblance of your previous life, it may not seem all that speedy, but it is compared to the five to ten years it usually takes to field a new vaccine. Once approved, it will not be a silver bullet. Just as with the annual flu shot, some of us will still get sick. But it should make enough people immune so that the virus runs out of places to go. That would give this country what it badly needs right now – a shot in the arm. Continue reading “Inside the Operation Warp Speed effort to get Americans a COVID-19 vaccine”

Daily Mail

Horrifying footage has emerged of dead bodies being loaded onto a refrigerated truck with a forklift outside Brooklyn Hospital in New York City where 790 people have died from coronavirus and 36,000 have been infected.  Continue reading “Dead bodies are loaded into refrigerated trucks outside New York hospitals after 98 people died in seven HOURS”

University of Hawaii News

As confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to rise, the need for a vaccine to prevent the spread of the flu-like virus grows. University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa scientist Axel Lehrer is among those helping in that global fight. He is working in collaboration with New Jersey-based biopharmaceutical company Soligenix, Inc. to develop potential coronavirus vaccines, including one for the novel COVID-19 disease.  Continue reading “UH researcher’s team helps develop vaccine for COVID-19”

The Charlotte Observer

A series of Special Forces military training exercises — including gunfire with blanks — is being staged across 21 North Carolina counties starting Aug. 30, and the Army is telling the public not to be alarmed at the suspicious-looking activity.

Known as Robin Sage training, the unconventional warfare exercises can be likened to live-action role playing in the extreme, with hostile engagement playing out between Special Forces students, volunteer civilians and soldiers out of Fort Bragg. It continues through Sept. 12, said a press release.  Continue reading “Secretive warfare training being staged in 21 North Carolina counties, Army says”

Our Pledge as Individuals, Free Men and Women as Sovereigns by the nature of our existence.  We Pledge eternal resistance to all forms of tyranny and all human beings whom would, as individuals, or as a group assembled in whatever form that may be, including, but certainly not limited to, All Governments, Societies, Committees, Corporations (of any kind), Groups, Clubs, Administrative entities under any of these or what have you, profess to claim an Authority to dictate or make mandates or obligations upon us, as individuals or as a whole body in and among these lands we call America, outside of our historical common law rights and the enumerated bill of rights.    Continue reading “The Free American National’s Pledge”