Continued shutdowns of schools across the US have caused an alarming decline in learning. In St. Paul, Minnesota, 40% of public high school students are failing; in Houston, 42% of students are failing at least two classes; in Fairfax, Virginia, there has been an 300% increase in middle school failures. Remote virtual learning on computers is not working. Special needs students are paying the highest price as they cannot get the extra help they need. Teachers’ unions have lobbied to keep schools closed. Joe Biden said that it will cost $150 to $200 billion to reopen schools across the US. [A counter current to this, not mentioned in the article, is that keeping kids out of the radicalizing influence of public schools has a bright side in that illiteracy is better than radicalization. Homeschooling is on the rise, and that may be the ultimate solution.] -GEG
The US Treasury proposed that cryptocurrency exchanges should collect identity data on their own customers and those who transact with their customers. They would be able to see what products they buy, what political preferences they have, where they go, and how long they remain.
Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman said that “lies” about the legitimacy of the election were not protected under the Constitution. He said, “This idea that saying that Pennsylvania was rigged, or that we were trying to ‘steal the election, that’s a lie.” He said: “That is not protected speech.”
Gates has an estimated net worth of nearly $121-billion and owns 242,000 acres of farmland in the US. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos also is investing in land on a large scale. Media mogul John C. Malone owns 2.2-million acres of ranches and forests, and CNN founder, Ted Turner, owns 2-million acres of ranch land.
Auburn, New York: The Commons on St. Anthony nursing home, a 300-bed care facility, reportedly had zero deaths from Covid-19 prior to December 29th. After the nursing home began administering the Covid-19 vaccine on December 22, 2020, they reported that 24 people died.
A document published by the CDC on anaphylaxis following an injection of the RNA COVID-19 vaccine that shows by December 18, a total of 112,807 people received the RNA vaccine. 3,150 of that group were “unable to perform normal daily activities, unable to work, required care from doctor or health care professional.”
Since no one has ever isolated a sample of this theoretical virus, a precise description of its genetic composition is unknown. Therefore, the fact that authorities have published what they claim is its genome is scientific fraud.
John Sullivan, the man who has a history of inciting violence and who was seen urging demonstrators to violence inside the Capitol, appears to have been denounced by Black Lives Matter, leading critics to wonder if the denunciation is a public-relations gesture or if he is working for a government agency.
The CDC, when contacted by the Courier-Press, weighed in on Skelton’s claims — not by casting doubt on them, but by endorsing vaccination for COVID-19 and saying side effects “tend to be mild to moderate and go away quickly.”
Matt Aitchison says a new law in California, SB 1079, will result in the State entering the real-estate-foreclosed home business, which essentially removes competition from investors, and could ultimately socialize real estate as a whole. He warns that this policy may spread to other Democrat-run sates.
After the event in the Capitol last week, Deutsche Bank AG announced it is terminating business with President Trump. American Express, MasterCard, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and Stripe are cutting ties with Trump and other Republicans who opposed the 2020 election results favoring Joe Biden.
Dr. Martin said that Americans have been forced us to participate in a clinical trial that violates the Federal Trade Commission Act that forbids the promotion of the treatment or prevention of disease by an untested medical technology.
John Bush is co-organizing a 5-day event with many expert speakers focusing on practical steps toward personal liberty and decentralization. It will be live-streamed for free, January 25th – 29th, 2021.
John Sullivan, the founder of InsurgenceUSA, who is affiliated with Black Lives Matter and held an anti-Trump rally just before the the event at the Capitol, was at the scene when Ashli Babbitt was shot. He shouted that she was dead, and the analyst said it was to perhaps cause a violent reaction by Trump supporters.
Dr. Gregory Michael, 56, died 16 days after being vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine. Pfizer says they don’t believe that there is any direct connection to their vaccine. Dr. Michael’s wife said that he was a vaccine advocate. She believes his death was 100% linked to the vaccine as there is no other explanation.
A wall, which Democrats previously claimed doesn’t work, and is racist, now surrounds the Capitol building. As many as 15,000 troops were deployed. Big Tech platforms are banning all content with the phrase ‘Stop the Steal’ as no one is allowed to question the fraudulent presidential election results.
ABC News said the leftist protesters “gathered” when they stormed the Hart Senate building in 2018. This week, however, ABC wrote that Capitol Hill pro-Trump protesters were a “mob” who “broke into the Capitol” via an “invasion,” quoting DC Mayor Muriel Bowser as saying it was “textbook terrorism.”
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Austria’s Constitutional Court ruled in December that two government edicts related to coronavirus in schools – compulsory mask-wearing and splitting classes into two halves to be taught in alternate shifts – are illegal.
Martin Mawyer, president of the Christian Action Network said that the US Department of Education is funding lesson plans distributed by PBS (the Public Broadcasting System) on behalf of the Islamic faith. Teachers are encouraged to quiz students on what Muslim prayers sound like and what prayer movements look like. Meanwhile, Christianity is prohibited from government schools.
A protest by parents across the US will pull their children from school on April 23rd to protest sex education programs that teach dangerous and promiscuous behaviors, and confuse gender identity. A former Planned Parenthood health center director says that the organization pushes sex education on children because young people are the target for their products, abortion and birth control. School boards and administrators use civil rights and anti-bullying laws to include gender ideology and LGBT-inclusive sex education.