Senate votes to work on $1 trillion infrastructure bill

U.S. 07/29/21, 16:55

On Wednesday night, July 28, the Senate voted to begin work on a nearly $1 trillion infrastructure investment package, which helps move the bipartisan bill toward a formal debate and possible passage. After months of negotiations, the Senate voted 67-32 to start a formal Senate consideration toward debating the infrastructure deal ...

Florida couple uses action sports to teach homeschooled kids

U.S. 07/29/21, 16:48

A Florida couple was inspired to use action sports to teach homeschooled children. It just so happened to come at a time for the Parkland, Florida, community had decided to homeschool their children following the February 2018 horrific shooting.According to Fox News, the Frallicciardis live within ten minutes of Marjory ...

COVID-19 vaccine could make virus more dangerous, warns inventor of mRNA technology

News 07/29/21, 15:43

The renowned scientist inventor of the mRNA technology applied to the vaccine against COVID-19, or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, Dr. Robert Malone, emphasized the danger of vaccination increasing the volatility of the infection. "The vaccine causes the virus to become more infectious than would happen in the absence of vaccination. ...

APWU of 220,000 postal workers opposes mandatory vaccination

U.S. 07/29/21, 15:07

The American Postal Workers Union (APWU), which represents more than 220,000 postal workers, opposes the mandatory Covid vaccination that the White House plans to impose on the 4.2 million federal employees. "While the APWU leadership continues to encourage postal workers to voluntarily get vaccinated, it is not the role of the ...

Rasmussen: Biden’s job approval falls to new low

U.S. 07/29/21, 01:48

President Joe Biden’s job performance fell to a new low on Wednesday, July 28, a half of a year since he took office, according to a survey by Rasmussen Reports. The daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 46% of “Likely U.S. Voters” approve the job President Biden is doing, the lowest ...

Iran: protests increase, citizens call for the fall of the regime

Middle East 07/28/21, 19:27

Thousands of Iranian citizens have demonstrated during the last weeks demanding the fall of the Islamist dictatorial regime, focusing criticism on the top dictator Ali Khamenei who has been in power since 1989. In recent days the protests reached the capital, Tehran, and protesters were recorded clamoring for the death ...

Black academic challenges claim that maths discriminates, calling ‘anti-racism’ a business

Opinion 07/28/21, 18:56

An African American academic from Pennsylvania accused the local school district of promoting a "victim narrative" in classrooms. York College rhetoric associate professor Erec Smith believes teaching children that "mathematics is racist" only encourages extreme left-wing discourse. Smith warns the district's so called 'anti-racist maths' fuels a dangerous belief that practically everything ...

House restores mask mandate after CDC updates guidance

D.C. 07/28/21, 17:08

Wearing masks will once again be compulsory in U.S. Congress due to the highly transmissible COVID-19 delta strain, the Capitol physician said. Brian Monahan has ordered all House members to don face garments. The July 27 decision came hours after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reversed its previous ...

Legislators push for ‘diplomatic boycott’ of China 2022 Olympics

U.S. 07/28/21, 16:29

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is pushing a measure to trigger a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in China. The boycott would be a consequence of the genocide being committed by the Chinese communist regime against ethnic Uighurs and other Turkish Muslim minority groups, Fox News reported. The ...