Jon Rappoport

Ohio attorney, Thomas Renz, on behalf of plaintiffs, has filed a case against the state of Ohio and Governor Mike DeWine. Renz is asking for a jury trial.

(Attorney press release posted here; Attorney plaintiff document filed with court posted here.)

(‘Lawsuit’ article archive hereContinue reading “COVID: Major case filed against Ohio governor and the state of Ohio for restricting freedom without legitimate justification”

Daily Wire – by Eric Quintanar

Federal agents intercepted a package addressed to President Donald Trump earlier this week that was later discovered to contain ricin, a deadly substance for which there is no available antidote, according to reports from multiple news outlets.

Citing law enforcement officials, CNN reports that the substance was confirmed to be ricin with two tests, and the FBI and Secret Service are conducting an investigation. (Other news outlets have said the substance was in a letter or envelope, not a package).  Continue reading “Reports: Feds Intercepted Package With Ricin Addressed To President Trump”

Pew Research

When the idyllic upstate city of Hudson, New York, launches its basic-income pilot program in late September, it will become one of the smallest U.S. cities to embrace a policy once seen as far-fetched or radical.

“Basic-income” programs — designed to dole out direct cash payments to large swaths of people, no strings attached — were, until earlier this year, largely the realm of Washington, D.C., policy wonks and West Coast futurists. Continue reading “Momentum for Basic Income Builds as Pandemic Drags On”

KCRA 3

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill that makes more income-eligible undocumented Californians able to get a tax credit designed for low-income earners.

Assembly Bill 1876 expands access to the California Earned Income Tax Credit, or CalEITC. Under the legislation, “all California tax filers, specifically undocumented ITIN filers who are otherwise eligible, may qualify for the CalEITC and the Young Child Tax Credit,” Newsom’s administration said in a releaseContinue reading “Newsom signs bill making more undocumented Californians eligible for tax break”

Trenchers, the last few days the energy has felt stuck, I mean at a standstill. I’m just writing to say I wish us all strength to keep going and to keep standing strong against the tyranny that every day finds more and more ways to ruin life. So maybe this is an un-asked-for pep talk; maybe ’cause it’s one I need myself.

I made myself remember what we’re doing here (fighting evil) and that made me see who we are (good people), good people who have an absolute right to freedom and therefore to be the navigators of our own lives. Continue reading “Us”

The Great Recession

All three major stock-market indices completed three consecutive weeks of falling today as we head into fall next week. The NASDAQ, as you see in the opening graph, has set up a clear trend of perfectly aligned closings this week.

This summary of the market in September — the bullseye for my target dates for the market’s big fail — will be short but sour, as I try to focus my writing time on my next Patron Post. I just could not resist commenting on this week’s decisive market close. Continue reading “Stocks are Falling into Fall”

Jon Rappoport

Trump aides and CDC loyalists are at war over the CDC’s handling of COVID reports. Charges; counter-charges. [1]

A core issue is the veracity of CDC weekly updates on case and death numbers.

These are included in the “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR).” [2] This is a long-standing, highly regarded, and widely referenced CDC publication. Continue reading “To Trump aides: you have no idea how deep the CDC scandals go”

Huffington Post – by Sam Levine

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the liberal icon who had served on the Supreme Court since 1993 and who crusaded for women’s rights before that, died on Friday at the age of 87.

Ginsburg died from complications of cancer, according to the Supreme Court. She was surrounded by her family at her home in Washington, D.C.

Continue reading “Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead At 87”

Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins

The FN 509 Midsize is an accurate, flawlessly reliable 9mm pistol which is made in Columbia, South Carolina, by FN America.

The guns made by FN America come from strong pedigree in FN Herstal, S.A., a renowned military arms manufacturer known for firearms that are accurate, extremely durable, and get the job done under the harshest of combat conditions. Continue reading “FN 509 Midsize: Accurate, Flawlessly Reliable, and Made in U.S.A.”

Health Impact News – by Brian Shilhavy

One of the tragic realities of child sex trafficking is the fact that groups who allegedly advocate for the end of child sex trafficking and the “protection” of children, are actually the very groups behind trafficking children.

The most obvious example is the one we have been reporting on for years now here at Health Impact News, which is the government-funded child welfare system commonly referred to as “Child Protective Services,” or CPS, which is the main vehicle by which children are kidnapped from their families and trafficked. Continue reading “Most Organizations formed to Combat Child Sex Trafficking are Actually Facilitating and Funding It”

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Archive: TWFTT 9-18-20

Reclaim the Net – by Cindy Harper

The owner of a coffee shop in Tucson, Arizona, was arrested during a county board of supervisors meeting to discuss his establishment’s non-compliance with the mask mandate.

He wants the county health department to adopt a mask policy that does not shame businesses as the policy was making him and his business the subject of an online harassment campaign. And when he complained about and gave examples of the threats he was receiving, he was arrested. Continue reading “Coffee shop owner arrested for speaking against harassment caused by Tucson council’s anti-mask “wall of shame””

Axios – by Bryan Walsh

Gauss, a computer vision startup, and Cellex, a biotech company that works on diagnostics, are announcing the first rapid COVID-19 test that can be fully performed by people at home without involving a laboratory.

Why it matters: Experts agree that the U.S. still needs far more widespread testing to help contain the coronavirus pandemic. An antigen test that could be performed and provide results rapidly at home could help reduce testing delays and allow people to quickly find out whether they need to isolate because of a COVID-19 infection. Continue reading “First full at-home COVID-19 test”