The California Department of Public Health has announced that the state will no longer seek to get all K–12 students vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend school.
By: orraz
Posted on: Feb 05 09:43
Speaking to RSBN’s Brian Glenn, President Donald Trump said that the United States is paying “10 times what Europe is paying” for the Ukraine war, oputting the US outlay at $ 107 billion. “I feel horribly for the people of Ukraine, I feel horribly for the people of Russia”, Trump said. “It’s got to get solved. “
Posted on: Feb 05 09:43
Watching the China balloon cross across the US is like watching another sh*tty Hollywood movie, which serves as a constant reminder of the utter incompetence and weakness of the Biden regime.
By: orraz
Posted on: Feb 05 09:42
Three deep-water explosions destroyed the Nord Stream pipelines under the Baltic Sea in September 2022.
By: orraz
Posted on: Feb 05 09:42
In November 2021 Russian President Vladimir Putin announced his country would soon have a hypersonic missile to add to its arsenal.
Posted on: Feb 05 09:41

Our country has a mysterious ability to make rules about race that clearly say one thing – don’t discriminate – and then use the same rules to justify racial discrimination, even require it.

The famous Civil Rights Act of 1964 says racial discrimination is bad, bad, bad, and you must never do it. Over the years, the Supreme Court weaseled its way around the law, and now it’s OK to discriminate, so long as it’s against white people and sometimes Asians. Fortune wants to know: “Corporate diversity programs: No white men need apply?”

Posted on: Feb 05 09:31

In December the Democrats voted to remove Iowa as its first voting state and will replace it with South Carolina.

Apparently Iowa is too white.

This move was championed by Joe Biden to ‘reflect the party’s diverse electorate.’

“The Democratic party looks like America, so does this proposal,” said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison.

Posted on: Feb 05 09:30

The lesson the Establishment is drawing from the Memphis murder is that cops should retreat more to the donut shop and not pull over so many bad drivers of color. This makes sense to them since practically nobody other than my readers knows that lethal driving by blacks and, later, Hispanics roared upwards during BLM’s racial reckoning.

The one sane alternative to traffic stops is automatic cameras mailing out tickets, as most of Europe does. Washington DC has gone a long way in that direction. But that only works if drivers aren’t allowed to fake their license plates, for example, by buying or printing fake paper plates.

Lately, DC has decided that doing anything about its big boom in fake plates would be racist because our society’s Sacred Cows are the main fake plate offenders.

Webmaster addition: Now if we could just get the blacks to stop paying taxes!!!

Posted on: Feb 05 09:29

The Chinese government said Saturday that President Biden’s decision to shoot down the spy balloon that crossed America was an “excessive reaction” and that it “retains the right to respond further.”

China claims that its balloon was a “civilian airship” and not the spy device the US claimed it to be, and said that the US’s decision to destroy its property “seriously violates international convention,” according to a statement obtained by The New York Times.

“In these circumstances, for the United States to insist on using armed force is clearly an excessive reaction that seriously violates international convention,” the statement said. “China will resolutely defend the legitimate rights and interests of the enterprise involved, and retains the right to respond further.”

Two US Air Force fighter jets took out the balloon off the coast of North Carolina Saturday afternoon.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:33

The World Health Organization (WHO) has unveiled a draft of its new plan to censor so-called “misinformation” and “disinformation” online.

The United Nations health agency recently released a zero draft of its international pandemic treaty.

The treaty will give the unelected global organization new powers to “tackle” anything that it deems to be “false, misleading, misinformation, or disinformation” if passed.

The WHO will essentially get new legally binding censorship powers if the treaty passes.

The health agency has been pushing for the passing of the treaty since December 2021.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:32

The World Health Organization (WHO) has unveiled a draft of its new plan to censor so-called “misinformation” and “disinformation” online.

The United Nations health agency recently released a zero draft of its international pandemic treaty.

The treaty will give the unelected global organization new powers to “tackle” anything that it deems to be “false, misleading, misinformation, or disinformation” if passed.

The WHO will essentially get new legally binding censorship powers if the treaty passes.

The health agency has been pushing for the passing of the treaty since December 2021.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:30

A veterans group in Idaho is trying to prevent troops from being sent into war zones without an official declaration of war. The Defend the Guard Act would prohibit the deployment of the New Hampshire National Guard into active combat without a declaration of war by Congress. This is only one branch of the military but it highlights a crucial point: the U.S. continues to send troops into active combat without declaring war, favoring instead “proxy wars.” This is a disservice to those risking their lives. Share this story with your friends, especially veterans!

Posted on: Feb 05 07:28

A year ago, M&M (owned by Mars) launched a new marketing campaign.

It announced, “At Mars we believe that in the world we want tomorrow, society is inclusive. And, as one of our most iconic brands, M&M’S® is announcing a new global commitment to create a world where everyone feels they belong.”

A year later, M&M scrubbed that campaign. It dumped the anthropomorphic candies that have represented it on TV for 70 years in favor of hiring Maya Rudolph to pitch the product. They even put her face on them. They named her their Chief of Fun. They even changed the candy’s name to Ma&Ya’s because people stopped buying M&M candy because they were woke, not fun.

M&M was the most popular Halloween candy of 2021.

M&M was the fifth-most popular Halloween candy of 2022.

After customers balked, M&M dialed its inclusivity back to plain and peanut. Hershey does inclusion right. Its new ad shows a boy learning sign language just to impress a deaf girl. Smart lad.

Instead of just taking the L and moving on, lefties blame Tucker Carlson for the change because a few days ahead of the announcement, he dared criticize M&M’s “society is inclusive” campaign, which had knocked the candy from first to fifth place.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:27

The New York Times made the (hoax) story of a 12-year-old black girl supposedly getting her deadlocks cut by "three white students" international news but they have zero interest in covering the story of two black boys beating the hell out of a 9-year-old girl on a school bus in Homestead, Florida.

A review of the Times' website shows they didn't write or repost a single story about the attack.

From Fox News, "Students mercilessly assault 9-year-old girl on school bus, parents pressing charges: video":

A video of two students viciously beating a 9-year-old student on a Florida school bus has surfaced online, alarming the community and prompting a swift reaction from the girl’s parents.

The disturbing footage shows two boys repeatedly striking the girl as she is folded over in a seat, barely defending herself with one hand as she tightly grips her backpack with the other. Many of the punches land on the girl’s head, neck and face.
Posted on: Feb 05 07:24

The bill (SB1344/HB1463) would amend the Tennessee Code to substitute 'the second Monday in October, known as "Columbus Day"' with 'the first Monday after the Super Bowl, known as "Super Bowl Monday."

Posted on: Feb 05 07:17

During a press conference, a team of Japanese researchers led by Professor Masanori Fukushima stated their intention to sue the Japanese government if the Health Ministry continues to refuse to acknowledge the causal link between the vaccine and deaths.

“Around April last year, the pathology and forensics societies have already issued a statement that in the future, an autopsy should be done on people who have died after vaccination,” said Prof. Fukushima. “In the future, we need to urgently establish guidelines on what kind of medical treatment should be provided for victims injured by vaccines, and we need to develop diagnostic techniques.”

Posted on: Feb 05 07:15

The Arizona Senate’s Election Committee continued the second part of a hearing on Monday that began last week, featuring testimony from election integrity proponents. Shelby Busch, the co-founder of We the People AZ, and Heather Honey of Verify Vote, went over five areas where their team found apparent law violations by Maricopa County in the 2022 election.

Busch said during her presentation, “We want safe elections, not convenient ones,” sparking applause from the audience. State Senator Wendy Rogers (R-Flagstaff), the committee chair, kept a tight rein over the proceedings, often calling out the Democratic senators on the committee when they were out of line. One used the phrase “election denier,” and Rogers told her it was inappropriate.

Busch explained that her team found many violations of the state’s Election Procedures Manual (EPM), which are class 2 misdemeanors. The statute that addresses the EPM, A.R.S. 16-452(C), states that “A person who violates any rule adopted pursuant to this section is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.”


Posted on: Feb 05 07:14

Participants in the Ukraine-EU summit, held in Kiev on February 3, will be frustrated, as the goals of Russia’s special military operation will be achieved, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in a statement on Saturday.

"Western attempts are futile. As the Russian leadership has reiterated, the goals and objectives of the special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine will be achieved in full. All the participants in the February 3 gathering in Kiev will be bitterly disappointed. They will have to be accountable also to their own population, at the expense of which the bloody geopolitical game ‘to the last Ukrainian’ waged by the West is being funded," the diplomat said.

According to Zakharova, the recent event was yet further proof that "for the sake of weakening Russia and serving the hegemonic aspirations of the United States and NATO," the European Union proceeds with its unconditional support of the neo-Nazi regime in Kiev.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:13

 Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said the supply of more advanced U.S. weaponry to Ukraine will only trigger more retaliatory strikes from Russia, up to the extent of Russia's nuclear doctrine.

"All of Ukraine that remains under Kyiv's rule will burn," journalist Nadana Fridrikhson quoted him as saying in a written interview with her.

Fridrikhson asked Medvedev, who as deputy chairman of the Security Council has become one of Russia's most hawkish pro-war figures since its invasion of Ukraine, whether the use of longer-range weapons might force Russia to negotiate with Kyiv.

"The result will be just the opposite," Medvedev replied, in comments that Fridrikhson posted on her Telegram channel.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:13

In 2019, comedian Bill Maher warned Americans "we are going to have to learn to live with each other or there will be blood."

Almost exactly three years ago, the HBO host reminded the world that he was the only liberal pundit on TV who will call "the tolerant" left on its BS, by daring to admit that the US media manufactures more "fake news" than Russia ever could (and ironically, in recent weeks, has been proven 100% correct on 'Russia collusion' hoax lies).

Then, two years ago, Maher first ratcheted up his honest-reality filter to '11' by refusing to follow fellow Democrats down the 'woke' abyss, exclaiming "you're the fucking nuts, this is insane" at progressive officials' relentless anti-white activism in New York schools, both public and private.

Since then he taken a shot at "social justice warriors", mocked the left's demands for reparations, made fun of progressives' hypocritical claims of racism against the 'Chinese virus', and further shamed the left's constant COVID fear porn, among many other topics including mask-wearing fanaticism, media burying the Hunter Biden laptop storygender reassignment, and celebrating obesity.

Amid endless pushback from 'his side' of the political spectrum, a year ago, Maher shit back accurately stated that it is the left that has changed, not him.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:10

After decades of criminalization, Australia's government said Friday that it will legalize the prescription of MDMA and psilocybin for the treatment of two medical conditions, a historic move hailed by researchers who have studied the therapeutic possibilities of the drugs.

Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) said in a statement that starting July 1, psychiatrists may prescribe MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine), commonly called "Molly" or "ecstasy" by recreational users, to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and psilocybin—the psychedelic prodrug compound in "magic" mushrooms—for treatment-resistant depression.

"These are the only conditions where there is currently sufficient evidence for potential benefits in certain patients," TGA said, adding that the drugs must be taken "in a controlled medical setting."

Advocates of MDMA and psilocybin are hopeful that one day doctors could prescribe them to treat a range of conditions, from alcoholism and eating disorders to obsessive-compulsive disorder.

David Caldicott, a clinical senior lecturer in emergency medicine at Australian National University, toldThe Guardian that Friday's surprise announcement is a "very welcome step away from what has been decades of demonization."

Posted on: Feb 05 07:09

As judges hand down one absurd sentence after another, one might be inclined to laugh at the absurdity of it all except, of course, it’s not funny...

The Department of Justice carefully crafted the dramatic moment in court.

A federal prosecutor handed an enclosed paper bag to an FBI agent responsible for investigating members of the Proud Boys, now on trial for seditious conspiracy related to their participation in the events of January 6. The bag contained “evidence of the unlawful entry of the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021 and evidence of the disruption to the certification of the 2020 presidential election,” FBI Special Agent Elizabeth D’Angelo told assistant U.S. Attorney Nadia Moore on Wednesday.

D’Angelo cautiously pulled the evidence out of the bag to present to the jury.

Spectators in D.C. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly’s courtroom were on the edge of their seats. What would the mystery bag reveal?

Would it disclose the group’s intricate but failed plot to overthrow the government? A detailed list of weapons the “seditionists” planned to use in service of their dastardly deed? Names of targeted officials?

A nervous hush fell over the room; sweat beads formed on furrowed brows. Finally, the big moment arrived.

It was—a set of challenge coins.

Moore: Can you give a brief description of what they are?

D’Angelo: They are challenge coins. This one is black and gold—and this package contains four black and gold colored challenge coins.

Moore: Are these the same coins that were seized from Zachary Rehl’s home?

D’Angelo: Yes.


Like many organizations, the Proud Boys produce coins that depict the group’s motto and attitude. When multiple armed FBI agents raided Rehl’s Philadelphia residence in March 2021, terrorizing his pregnant wife and pillaging his home, investigators found not one but several such coins.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:08

Aggravated by the holdouts who keep wearing face masks despite mounting evidence that they're essentially useless against Covid-19? Maybe you should be a little grateful

According to findings published at Frontiers in Psychologypeople who consider themselves less attractive are more likely to continue wearing face masks. 

"Our findings suggest that mask-wearing can shift from being a self-protection measure during the COVID-19 pandemic to a self-presentation tactic in the post-pandemic era."

The findings spring from a trio of studies using American subjects, conducted by researchers at Korea's Seoul National University. The studies found that people with high self-perceived attractiveness are less willing to wear a mask, and vice versa.

Posted on: Feb 05 07:07

In 2022, 343,000 people left the Golden State, while 299,557 left New York, and 141,656 left Illinois, Bloomberg reports.

And which states saw the most new residents? Florida and Texas - home to low taxes and warm weather, followed by North Carolina and South Carolina.

Florida saw an influx of 318,855 people, while Texas saw 230,961 new residents. And it's not just for the weather and the taxes...

"Everybody knows about the low taxes and great weather in these areas, but something else that makes these areas popular is the robust job market recovery after the pandemic," said NAR Director of Real Estate Research, Nadia Evangelou. "Not only were their economies able to recover all the jobs that were lost, but there are 5% more jobs now than there were in 2020."

Posted on: Feb 05 07:05

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called for a new election in Harris County, Texas, after ballot issues were more widespread than officials had estimated them to be.


In response to an analysis that found there was a ballot paper shortage that was far larger than previously reported, the governor said that “it’s so big it may have altered the outcome of elections.

“It may necessitate new elections,” Abbott also wrote. “It WILL necessitate new LAWS that prevent Harris Co. from ever doing this again.

Abbott, a Republican, was responding to a KHOU-11 analysis suggesting that Harris County allotted ballot paper packets that were enough for 600 ballots to each of the county’s 121 voting centers. However, the analysis found that the total votes that were cast exceeded that amount by upwards of hundreds of ballots in some instances.

Previously, Harris County had said that 46 to 68 centers ran out of their allotted ballot paper. The county’s elections administration released a report last month that had admitted there were problems during the Nov. 8 midterms, but it said that a full report will take months to complete.

Harris County Elections Administrator Clifford Tatum, responding to KHOU on Tuesday, said that “the implications of your article cast the cloud into the community that those locations ran out of paper.”

Posted on: Feb 05 07:04