Our successor to This Week in the Guardian, This Week in the New Normal is our weekly chart of the progress of autocracy, authoritarianism and economic restructuring around the world. 1. Climate Court-case changes tack Three years ago we covered the story of six Portuguese teenagers, “climate activists” who were … Read more...Read More
Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo is one of the few public health officials providing accurate and fact-based guidance on Covid vaccines. His latest recommendations factor natural immunity into the Covid equation, and recommend that healthy people under age 65 not get another jab. There has been a flood of serious … Read more...Read More
Forty-six (46%) who initially got a Covid vaccine say they won’t get any more. That’s according to the latest unscientific poll of 1,014 people at SharylAttkisson.com. We asked, “If you got Covid vaccine(s) would you do it again?” Fifty percent (50%) said they didn’t get any Covid vaccinations, which public … Read more...Read More
The following is from Becker’s Hospital Review. The U.S. dominated the top 20 of Newsweek’s latest “World’s Best Smart Hospitals” list, published Sept. 13. The list, a partnership between the magazine and consumer research company Statista, awards 330 hospitals in the field of smart technologies from 28 countries “that stand … Read more...Read More
Ahead of the Herd | Sept 13, 2023 It was exactly six months ago when the US regional banking crisis started to dominate news headlines, triggering concerns over the global financial system. Fast forward to […]Read More
10 Red Flags Warn Of Looming Recession
Economists have practically sounded the all-clear on a looming recession, but plenty of signs are still flashing red.
Clearly, economists were wrong earlier this year when they forecast an economic contraction that has yet to manifest. Could
The Looming Retirement Crisis
An aging population represents a major challenge for many countries around the world.
OECD data reveals how a number of countries are facing particularly
IRS Halts Pandemic-Era Small-Business Tax Break Following ‘Flood’ Of Potential Fraud Claims
Authored by Naveen Athrappully via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced pausing a small-business tax credit program from the pandemic era for the remainder of the year following worries that ineligible claims
Mississippi River Barge Prices Highest In Decade For This Time Of Year As Drought Crisis Worsens
The Mississippi River, which ferries key commodities and finished goods between the Heartland and the Gulf Coast, is again facing reduced water levels south of St. Louis. This is due to worsening drought conditions
Edward curtin Much has been made of the September 9, 2023 simultaneous reports in The New York Times and Vanity Fair of the claims of a former Secret Service agent, Paul Landis, who was part of the security detail in Dallas, Texas when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on … Read more...Read More
In previous posts we revealed the pedigrees of David Cameron and John Kerry. Two of Cameron’s great-grandfathers were British pederast War Party banksters who were instrumental in financing the Japanese in the Russo-Japanese War of […]
The post Meet Prime Minister Boorish Johnson: A Sistema-Made Man first appeared on Winter … Read more...Read More
Fox News | Sept. 16, 2023 The recent billion-dollar Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots have not had the lucky players holding the winning tickets officially linked to them yet. The two jackpots have a combined value of […]Read More
Canadian School Purges Books Published Before 2008 In Bid For ‘Inclusivity’
In a quest to be more “inclusive,” a Canadian school board in Mississauga, Ontario has decided to purge its library of all books published before the year 2008.
“We Dare Not Keep Silent”: ATF Releases Anti-Gun Rule For Public Comment
Earlier this year, the Biden Administration announced its intent to move the United States “as close to Universal Background Checks as possible without additional legislation.”
After much speculation on how far-reaching the
Visualizing Google’s Search Engine Market Share
Google is ubiquitous in the daily lives of billions of people around the world, with leading positions in online search, maps, and other services.
In fact, as Visual Capitalist’s Marcus Lu notes, Google’s dominance is so far-reaching, it has led the U.S. Justice
Here’s The Climate Dissent You’re Not Hearing About Because It’s Muffled By Society’s Top Institutions
As the Biden administration and governments worldwide make massive commitments to rapidly decarbonize the global economy, the persistent effort to silence climate change skeptics is intensifying –