Posts Tagged ‘later:’

BLM Versus Lockdowns: Four Years Later

Beginning in March 2020, Florida attorney Daniel Uhlfelder dressed as the Grim Reaper to shame parents who brought their children to local beaches. Instead of questioning his sanity or explaining that sunlight killed the virus, liberal news outlets celebrated this unhinged lawyer, his cloak, his scythe, and his ideology. In normal times, Americans would hear […]

The Legacy of Columbine 25 Years Later

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“Fear”: One Year Later

SHARE | PRINT | EMAIL For many years I had wanted to write a book, but as a young person I thought I needed to learn about something important before I wrote about it. After working as a research technician in a few labs at Washington University in St. Louis, I ended up at the […]

CBS to end “The Talk” show later this year after 15 seasons

CBS will end its daytime talk show, “The Talk” in December after over a decade on-air. “‘The Talk’ broke new ground when it launched 14 years ago by returning daytime talk to CBS with a refreshing and award-winning format,” CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach and CBS Studios president David Stapf said in a joint statement,… […]

Four Years Later

SHARE | PRINT | EMAIL Has the dust settled?  Far from it. It is everywhere. We are choking on it. The storm cloud comes in many forms: inflation, learning losses, ill-health, high crime, non-functioning government services, broken supply chains, shoddy work, displaced workers, substance abuse, mass loneliness, discredited authority, a growing real estate crisis, censored […]

COVID-19 Tested Our Commitment to Freedom. Three Years Later, We’re Still Failing

The government never cedes power willingly. Neither should we. Source

Four Years Later: Lockdown “Deaths of Despair”

In the second week of March 2020, the Trump administration announced “15-days to flatten the curve” based on the misguided notion that shutting the economy down temporarily would reduce hospital admissions and thus lower the Covid death toll over the medium and long term. As you know, in some places the lockdowns of schools and […]

4 Years Later: Never forget what they did to us

Some thoughts on forgiveness, pandemic amnesty, and the path forward. Source

60 Years Later: The JFK Assassination


9/11 Years Later

9/11: 5 years later Only the deluded or the paid-off still believe amateur Arab pilots did it By John Kaminski [email protected] | John Kaminski Forum 9-6-06 The mindlock continues. The official coverup of the events of September 11, 2001 remains essentially intact five years after the mind-numbing orgy of destruction in New York and Washington. This momentous […]

One Million Lives Later, FDA Admits it Had No Authority to Stop Doctors From Using Ivermectin to Cure COVID

Recall doctors were being fired for healing their patients of COVID with this Nobel Prize winning drug with one of the best safety records in the world. Nevertheless the CDC and FDA fraudulently implied that Ivermectin was only livestock dewormer. Also recall that the COVID mRNA injections could not be approved for Emergency Use Authorization […]

Thank Us Later for This List of Stuff That’ll Make College Life Way Better

Look, we know that you’re gonna bring the essentials. You’re copping a mini fridge, a microwave, Christmas lights, a shitload of thumb tacks so you can arrange a Polaroid matrix on a 6' x 6' portion of your wall—you get it. We get it, too, which is why we’re not going to put you to […]

500 days later, it is clear that fear of a free Ukraine fuelled Putin’s war fever

By Aleksandar Đokić, Political scientist and analyst  •  Updated: 08/07/2023 – 19:10 As the world marks a tragic milestone this Sunday, we need to remind ourselves that Ukraine’s progress as a full-fledged democracy shook the seat of power in Moscow to its core, Aleksandar Đokić writes. This Sunday, the world marks a tragic milestone: the 500th day of Russia’s full-scale […]

Twenty years later, Rachel Corrie lives

Twenty years ago, on March 16, 2003, an Israeli military bulldozer crushed American solidarity activist Rachel Corrie to death a few kilometers away from my home in Rafah in the Gaza Strip. She was one of several International Solidarity Movement (ISM) activists trying to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes there. Israel’s Prime Minister, Ariel […]

Jens Stoltenberg: Sooner of Later Ukraine WILL become a NATO member

Ukraine will become a NATO member in the ‘long term’, the head of the western military alliance said today, amid Vladimir Putin’s on-going invasion of the country. But Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed that the immediate issue at hand is Ukraine remaining an independent nation from Russia. ‘NATO allies have agreed that Ukraine will become […]

‘One year later, Ukraine stands’: US President Joe Biden makes surprise visit to Kyiv

US President Joe Biden made an unannounced visit Monday to Ukraine to meet with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, a gesture of solidarity that comes days before the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of the country. Biden delivered remarks at met with Zelenskyy at Mariinsky Palace to announce an additional half billion dollars (€465 million)  in US […]

Dem Senator Claims “Hate” is Not Protected by First Amendment, Later Admits He’s Wrong

Democratic Senator Ben Cardin suggested that “hate” is “not protected under the First Amendment” during a hearing, but later had to clarify that he was wrong. The Maryland lawmaker made the comments while speaking with US Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Deborah Lipstadt and American Jewish Committee Director of International Jewish Affairs Rabbi […]

Axe-Wounded Visby Warrior Brought to Life Over 600 Years Later

A medieval warrior’s skull, recovered from a mass grave outside Visby, a city on the Swedish island of Gotland, has been brought to life by a digital artist. Killed in the 1361 AD Battle of Visby, in which 2,500 Danish warriors, mostly heavily-armed mercenaries, massacred 1,800 peasant farmers wielding farming tools, the warriors brutally broken […]

More Americans unable to pay on time as “buy now, pay later” loan scheme becomes popular

(Natural News) As the “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) loan scheme gains popularity, the number of Americans unable to pay on time has also risen. BNPL loans allow customers to pay for items in installments instead of shelling out the full amount. These financial services, considered short-term loans, are popular with younger Americans that fear […]

Millions Unable to Pay for Groceries After SNAP EBT Outage; Systems Later Restored

Outages were reported on Sunday by participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) who were unable to use their electronic benefits transfer (EBT) cards to buy groceries at stores in some states.

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