RC Reader – by Kathleen McCarthy

There is a high probability that you have never heard of the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948 (SMA). Which would comport with not knowing (or caring) about the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012 (SMMA). Both these laws are critically important and impact your lives directly, so time to get up to speed.  Continue reading “Flashback: ‘Anti-Propaganda’ Ban Repealed: The Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012”

Republic World

As many as 35 human infections of zoonotic Langya virus (LayV) were reported on Monday in China. According to reports by the Taiwan Center for Disease Control (TCDC), the cases were identified in the mainland’s Shandong and Henan provinces. Authorities have currently decided to initiate nucleic acid testing methods to identify and monitor the spread of the virus, Taipei Times reported.  Continue reading “Zoonotic Langya Virus Infects 35 People In China’s Henan & Shandong; Experts Issue Warning”

Daily Caller – by Reagan Reese

Rhode Island school district is encouraging its community to report anyone who violates the district’s anti-racism policy. Continue reading “‘Orwellian’: School District Encourages Entire Town To Report Violations Of ‘Anti-Racism’ Policy”

Unz Review – by Andrew Anglin

At some point in the last 24 hours, following the blow-up of CBS’s “Arming Ukraine,” the entire thing has been memory holed completely.   Continue reading “CBS Deletes “Arming Ukraine” Documentary, Says the US Government Told Them to”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Taiwan announced its own live fire drills Tuesday, a day after China’s military announced it is extending ongoing exercises surrounding the democratic-run island past the scheduled end date of Sunday. Taiwan’s defense ministry said the new defensive drills are intent on simulating repelling an attack of the island in the event of a Chinese invasion.  Continue reading “Taiwan Holds Own Live Fire Drills, Warns That China Prepping Future Invasion”

Yahoo News

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Homeland Security said Monday that it ended a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court, hours after a judge lifted an order in effect since December that it be reinstated. Continue reading “Biden administration says ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy is over”

New York Post – by Allie Griffin, Emily Smith

The FBI raided Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida and broke into a safe in his palatial home, the former president confirmed Monday. Continue reading “Trump confirms FBI ‘raided and occupied’ his Florida home, Mar-a-Lago”


Olivia Newton-John, beloved actress and singer best known for her role as Sandy Olsson in Grease and for a long string of hits topped by 1981’s “Physical,” died on Monday (Aug. 8). She was 73. Continue reading “Olivia Newton-John, Beloved ‘Grease’ Actress & Singer, Dies at 73”

Association of Natural Health – by Suzanne Humphries, MD

Today, half a century after measles vaccines have become commonplace, and two to three generations beyond the expectation of contracting measles during childhood as a regular event, measles is now thought of as a potentially deadly disease with no redeeming qualities. However, a look into the medical literature of the past shows us that wild measles may indeed have afforded immunologic advantages to those infected.  Continue reading “The Benefits of Having a Natural Measles Infection”

Post Millennial – by Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

The Biden White House will provide Ukraine with an additional $4.5 billion, increasing the total budgetary support sent to the country since February’s invasion by Russia to nearly $60 billion. These new funds will go directly to Ukraine’s government.

Continue reading “Biden admin to send additional $4.5 BILLION to Ukraine”

FEE – by Richard Fulmer

In war, each side tries to cripple the other’s economy by targeting and destroying its transportation infrastructure: ports, airfields, roads, bridges, railroads, rivers, and canals. The United States, however, like many countries, wrecks its own transportation systems—not with bombs but with laws and regulations.  Continue reading “5 Transportation Industries the US Government Is Crushing With Regulations”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began two years ago, the US government has poured billions of your tax dollars into the vaccine program. More than $9 billion of your tax dollars were given to vaccine companies for research and $22 billion of your tax dollars were then used to support vaccine distribution. The feds also shelled out another $10 billion to expand access and currently announced $3 billion more to spend on an ad campaign to combat vaccine hesitancy. Continue reading “600% More Deaths Reported In Last 19 Months Than In Entire 32 Year History of VAERS Database”

Hot Air – by Jazz Shaw

Tucked away in the hilariously-named “Inflation Reduction Act” that Joe Manchin has been working on with Chuck Schumer is one significant bit of spending that has been mostly flying under the radar. The measure would fund a massive expansion of the Internal Revenue Service to the tune of eighty billion dollars. And we’re not using the word “massive” in a hyperbolic fashion here. This money would go toward hiring an additional 87,000 employees for the detested agency, more than doubling the size of its workforce.  Continue reading “‘Inflation Reduction Act’ Would Make IRS Among The Largest Govt Agencies”

The Conversation – by George Grispos, Austin C. Doctor

Farmers are adopting precision agriculture, using data collected by GPS, satellite imagery, internet-connected sensors and other technologies to farm more efficiently. While these practices could help increase crop yields and reduce costs, the technology behind the practices is creating opportunities for extremists, terrorists and adversarial governments to attack farming machinery, with the aim of disrupting food production.  Continue reading “Rise of precision agriculture exposes food system to new threats”


When Karen Wai King Lew told a B.C. judge that her mortgage debt had been completely forgiven, she invoked a two-decade-old conspiracy theory about a “new world order” that has recently resurfaced. Continue reading “Conspiracy theory about ‘new world order’ won’t save Vancouver home from foreclosure, judge rules”

Markets Insider

Goldman Sachs has predicted the cost of US gas at the pump will jump back to around $4.35 a gallon by the end of the year, and then reach an average of $4.40 next year, as supply shortages push up prices. Continue reading “US gas prices will jump back to $4.35 soon because supplies are running low, Goldman Sachs says”

Daily Mail

A convicted burglar was arrested for murdering an elderly couple, a mother and her 15 year-old daughter then taking to Facebook to claim they’d been controlling his mind by using telepathy. Continue reading “Convicted burglar executes four neighbors then claimed they were controlling his mind”

Gateway Pundit – by Alicia Powe

The Senate on Sunday passed the Democrats’ sweeping economic package that would allocate billions of taxpayer dollars to facilitate the expansion of the Internal Revenue Service’s workforce. Continue reading “‘Inflation Reduction’ Bill Will Increase IRS Agents by 87,000 Employees”