Cornell University aggressively pushed its students to get vaccinated, announcing a vaccine mandate for the 2021-22 academic year in April, resulting in 95 percent of the campus population, both students and faculty, being vaccinated. Now Cornell University has more than five times the amount of confirmed positive cases during itsContinue Reading

Australian government has passed a sweeping surveillance bill, accused of adding provisions which “allows the police to hack your device, collect or delete your data, and take over your social media accounts; without sufficient safeguards to prevent abuse of these new powers.” NEWS TALK SHOW TOPIC – VIDEO BELOW The Surveillance LegislationContinue Reading

Gov. Ron DeSantis openly defied President Joe Biden’s attack on Florida on Wednesday, saying he would “stand in the way” of any federal COVID-19 restrictions that would hurt businesses, try to force shutdowns or just “single out” the Sunshine State. During a press conference in Panama City, DeSantis responded to aContinue Reading

Australia’s military patrols Sydney, lockdowns spread across Brisbane and the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus has resulted in 305 new cases and 5 dead. Worldometers reported the most recent data from down under which included Chief Health Officer update: Victoria recorded 6 new COVID cases on 27,279 tests,Continue Reading

Larry Elder, nationally syndicated radio host and newspaper columnist, bestselling author, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and candidate for governor of California has won his lawsuit against California Secretary of State Shirley N. Weber. The Superior Court of California held this afternoon that Secretary Weber will list Elder as a candidate forContinue Reading

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell warned unvaccinated Americans that the entire country could be locked down again as early as this fall if they don’t get their COVID vaccine. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible, or we’re going to be back in a situationContinue Reading

The Chicago Teachers Union voted Sunday to defy the district officials, refusing to return to the classroom as Illinois rolled out re-opening plans. Chicago Public School teachers and staff were set to return to in-person learning Monday, but with 86% voter participation, 71% voted in favor of continued remote work,Continue Reading

Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted stay-at-home orders across the state Monday, citing improving coronavirus conditions, but withheld key ICU and COVID-19 data tracking. “We’re seeing a flattening of the curve — everything that should be up is up, everything that should be down is down — case rates, positivity rates, hospitalizations,Continue Reading

A D.C. man, a New Jersey man, and a Colorado man appeared today in United States district courts on charges stemming from their attacks on local and federal law enforcement officers, as well as other crimes, during the riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 that disrupted a JointContinue Reading