Animal “Rights” Trauma Surgeon Who Advocated Killing Scientists Has Returned

A new survey published a few days ago by U.C. Davis researchers reveals a harrowing result that one in five adults in the United States (which is about 50 million people) believe political violence is justified in some situations. So it is with this in mind that it makes sense that Los Angeles-based trauma surgeon… Read More Animal “Rights” Trauma Surgeon Who Advocated Killing Scientists Has Returned

Pandemic Response To Be Framework For “Climate Crisis”

Despite flurona symptoms being reported as mild and with the attempts to hype the Omicron variant, Legal Insurrection states that the response to the COVID-19 outbreak will be used as a model for up coming reported climate emergencies. In it’s report, Legal Insurrection not only reveals a Cambridge University Press article that describes the strategy,… Read More Pandemic Response To Be Framework For “Climate Crisis”

Google Ethics Head Fired For Questioning AI Impact of Climate Change

During December of last year, Google AI Ethics Unit co-leader Timnit Gebru was fired resulting from a research piece she did reportedly highlighting bias in artificial intelligence. Two months after the incident, Google has let go of their other AI Ethics Chair, Margaret Mitchell, for trying to acquire evidence while investigating Gebru’s termination. However, what… Read More Google Ethics Head Fired For Questioning AI Impact of Climate Change

How Google Censors You

Independent journalist Lauren Southern describes how Google censors conservatives and libertarians. She also found a guidebook on a random page a tad different than what her contractor source described.

MeWe Owner: Government Regulation Isn’t Necessary

With the European Union threatening to break up tech companies, like Facebook and Google, and with the U.S.’s recent antitrust actions, MeWe owner, Mark Weinstein, gives some fascinating insights at a recent post at his blog as to why this isn’t necessary. The best reason to subject social media and other Soviet Valley technology companies… Read More MeWe Owner: Government Regulation Isn’t Necessary

Was the Kentucky Gubernatorial Election A Sign of Things to Come for 2020?

Weeks before Kentucky’s gubernatorial election, 175,000 purged voters were reinstated after the Democrat challenger, Attorney General Andy Beshear, successfully sued to have the inactive voters reinstated. Independent journalist Millie Weaver reported about this last year and the issues covered back then are strikingly similar to what went on for Election Day 2020. ADDENDUM 11/19/2020: As… Read More Was the Kentucky Gubernatorial Election A Sign of Things to Come for 2020?