Month: April 2021

US Postal Service running covert surveillance operation to monitor social media posts

Again it is important to repeat, this type of activity is one long continuum. The IRS was previously used; federal contractors for the FBI have previously been used, and now the United States Postal Service is running a covert surveillance program against Americans that sounds suspiciously like the prior DHS announcement.

Experts agree that outdoor post-vaccination masking is useless

“Transmissions do not take place between solitary individuals going for a walk, transiently passing each other on the street, a hiking trail or a jogging track,” Dr. Paul E. Sax, a professor at Harvard Medical School, wrote in NEJM Journal Watch. “That biker who whizzes by without a mask poses no danger to us, at least from a respiratory virus perspective.”…

Over 500 scientists feared compromised by the Chinese Communist Party and foreign countries

More than 500 federally funded scientists are under investigation for being compromised by China and other foreign powers, the National Institutes of Health revealed Thursday.
The federal health officials told a Senate committee that they are fighting to keep up with large-scale Chinese efforts to corrupt American researchers and steal intellectual property that scientists hope will lead to biomedical advances.

Virginia moving to eliminate all accelerated math courses before 11th grade in the name of ‘equity’

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is moving to eliminate all accelerated math options prior to 11th grade, effectively keeping higher-achieving students from advancing as they usually would in the school system.

Why Illinois is in trouble: 122,258 public employees earned $100,000+ costing taxpayers $15.8 Billion

Illinois public employees and retirees with $100,000+ paychecks grew from 109,881 (2019) to an all-time high of 122,258 in 2020 – costing taxpayers $15.8 billion.

Congressional “bailouts” made it possible. The recent $1.9 trillion American Rescue Act provided an additional $13.5 billion to Illinois state and local governments.

How will Biden’s climate plan affect everyday Americans

President Joe Biden’s ambitious plan to slash greenhouse emissions by 50 to 52 percent over the next decade could prompt sweeping changes that could affect how Americans eat, drive and heat their homes.

Biden announced the goal to cut emissions by 2030, compared with 2005 levels, at the start of a two-day climate summit on Thursday.

Cartels post TikTok ads to smuggle migrants past border checkpoints

Mexican drug cartels and cartel-associated smuggling networks are now bringing so many illegal immigrants into the United States that they’re putting out ads on TikTok, targeting American teenagers in South Texas with offers of thousands in cash to ferry migrants past U.S. checkpoints just north of the border.

Biden Administration cancelling fines for illegals who refuse to leave US

On Friday, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced that he had ordered Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to cancel fines for illegal immigrants who refuse to leave the United States, claiming that the fines are “counter to the agency’s best interest.”