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CDC study shows no significant difference transmission between in vaccinated and unvaccinated

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID response team published a study on medRxiv – a collaborative project jointly run by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Yale University, and BMJ, a global healthcare knowledge provider – concluded that there is no significant difference in transmission potential of vaccinated and unvaccinated persons infected with the COVID-19 “Delta variant” in federal prison during an outbreak between July to August 2021.

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Salvation Army goes Woke. Asks Whites to apologize

The Salvation Army has followed the lead of other woke organizations in entering the establishment media-manufactured race war and is asking donors to offer a “sincere apology” for White supremacy and White-dominated culture, as detailed in a resource guide “developed to guide The Salvation Army family in gracious discussions about overcoming the damage racism has inflicted upon our world.”

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America on the verge

Conservatives have compromised, cowered, negotiated, and denied in the face of the Left’s radicalization, but 2020 was the year when the Right finally began to realize it was backed up against a wall.

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Four MS-13 gang members arrested in the Rio Grande Valley within 14 Hours

Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector (RGV) agents arrested four Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang members and two other illegal immigrants previously arrested for sexual crimes.

Within a 14-hour time span, RGV agents arrested four individuals actively involved in gangs. All four were identified as MS-13 gang members. Record checks revealed two of the gang members have been previously deported from the United States.

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OSHA suspends enforcement of vaccine mandate after court block

The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has suspended the enforcement of the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses.

The announcement came shortly after a U.S. appeals court rejected a challenge by the Biden administration on Nov. 12 and reaffirmed its decision to put on hold OSHA’s mandate, which requires that businesses with 100 employees or more ensure that workers either be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4, 2022, or be tested weekly and wear a mask.

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