The war between “TV expert” COVID vaccine pusher Dr. Peter Hotez and rising Democrat Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. just witnessed a late-breaking salvo.
Tag: June 27 2023
Red states that celebrated the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade are now dealing with the political realities of what no abortion access has on voters.
The concerted effort by the corporate media complex in the U.S. continued its attempt to write Robert F. Kennedy Jr. off as a loon last week with a Wall Street Journal article that—as expected—tries to paint him as a conspiracy theorist.
The only way that Russia can “lose” the Ukraine War is if there is an internal uprising, so when reports emerged on Friday that Yevgeny Prigozhin was advancing on Moscow with his mercenary forces and the Kremlin was in chaos, it was music to the Presstitute media’s ears.
Housing First, the decades-old, bipartisan effort to provide no-strings-attached homes to the homeless, is under fire by conservative lawmakers who see the approach as outdated, rewarding bad behavior.
Dr. Peter Hotez, a vaccine developer and “TV expert” during the COVID war, has been spending a lot of Twitter time lately defending his refusal to debate RFK Jr. on the subject of vaccine history and safety.
Over the past seven years, 91 private colleges in the U.S. have closed, merged with another school, or announced plans to close, CNBC reported, citing analysis of data from Higher Ed Dive. The analysis found that about half of these schools closed after the COVID-19 outbreak.
Drug makers across the world are racing to bring weight-loss drugs to the market given the surging popularity of such medications as Ozempic and Wegovy.
You couldn’t turn on the television last week without up-to-the-minute news reports on the hunt for the five missing “explorers” on the Titanic submersible that lost radio contact shortly after beginning its descent to the world’s most famous shipwreck.
3M, the Minnesota-based conglomerate, will attempt to settle a class-action lawsuit tied to its production of “forever chemicals” by compensating public water systems impacted by their production since the 1940s.