A Free Press For A Free People – WND

  • An MIT scientist is warning of possible long-term damage to the brain from COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, saying it's likely there will be an "alarming" rise in several major neurodegenerative diseases. And that's likely to happen increasingly among the younger population, according to Stephanie Seneff in an academic paper titled "Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some… […]
  • A 21-year-old resident of Palm Beach County, Florida, received a life imprisonment sentence Thursday for carrying out a deadly 2018 knife attack at a sleepover. Corey Johnson was convicted in November 2021 of first-degree homicide for the murder of 13-year-old Jovanni Sierra and two counts of attempted murder, according to WPTV-TV. Johnson carried out the… […]
  • Whether it was done through the voting machines, phony ballots, illegal votes, Big Tech collusion, or just plain old corruption like Joe Kennedy once played in 1960 in the state of Illinois, anyone who still has doubts that there was widespread cheating in the 2020 election must have his head examined. Does anyone think that… […]
  • Transgender athlete Lia Thomas has been dominating women's swimming at the University of Pennsylvania since the NCAA allowed him to compete against women. Michael Phelps — the most decorated Olympian of all time, with 28 medals swimming for the United States — has taken notice of the problem. Speaking to CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour on… […]
  • "The bedrock of the American republic is that elections must be free, fair, accurate and trusted." So states Mollie Hemingway in her important book, "Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections" (2021). I spoke with Mollie on the radio when her book came out. She told our audience, "I found… […]
  • After a COVID-19 driven timeout last year, March for Life returns this year to Washington, D.C., for the 49th year, noting the anniversary of and support to overturn the Roe v. Wade decision of Jan. 22, 1973. This began the era of legal abortion in the USA. A high turnout is expected Friday due to… […]
  • This week, after spending time vacationing in the disease-ridden hellscape known as Florida, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., came down with COVID-19. It was a tragic blow to the irrepressible Instagram star, who was forced to quarantine. But then, like an extraordinarily inaniloquent phoenix rising from the ashes of the dread omicron variant, she returned to… […]
  • I'm not mad that some venture capital mogul (whom I'd never heard of before) said this week on a podcast (which I'd also never heard of before) that "nobody cares about what's happening to the Uighurs." I am, however, mildly (but not surprisingly) annoyed that this blundering billionaire backed down so quickly in the face… […]
  • One gets used to watching things like the annual State of the Union address where the president says something his party's lawmakers like and they applaud and maybe stand while the opposition sits and sulks. It’s political theater — theater that is sometimes funny, sometimes a trigger for eye-rolling and sometimes inspiring. And sometimes the… […]
  • The dramatic exit last Friday by Rep. John Katko, R-N.Y., who announced he would not run for reelection, may have shocked liberals but was no surprise to Trump supporters. One by one, the Republicans who voted for the second impeachment or who publicly blamed Trump for the Jan. 6 rally at the Capitol are leaving… […]
  • An MIT scientist is warning of possible long-term damage to the brain from COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, saying it's likely there will be an "alarming" rise in several major neurodegenerative diseases. And that's likely to happen increasingly among the younger population, according to Stephanie Seneff in an academic paper titled "Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some… […]
  • A 21-year-old resident of Palm Beach County, Florida, received a life imprisonment sentence Thursday for carrying out a deadly 2018 knife attack at a sleepover. Corey Johnson was convicted in November 2021 of first-degree homicide for the murder of 13-year-old Jovanni Sierra and two counts of attempted murder, according to WPTV-TV. Johnson carried out the… […]
  • Transgender athlete Lia Thomas has been dominating women's swimming at the University of Pennsylvania since the NCAA allowed him to compete against women. Michael Phelps — the most decorated Olympian of all time, with 28 medals swimming for the United States — has taken notice of the problem. Speaking to CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour on… […]
  • Even a liberal justice on the U.S. Supreme Court asked on Tuesday why the city of Boston was not able to "fix" the mistake of refusing permission for a Christian flag to fly on a flagpole the city had opened to any outside ideology whose adherents requested permission. According to the Westport News, even Justice… […]
  • There now are at least 19 federal departments or agencies that have – or are trying to get – procedures so they can keep lists of people who seek or are granted "religious" exemptions to various COVID-19 mandates. The details come in a Daily Signal column by Sarah Parshall Parry and GianCarlo Canaparo. Earlier, they… […]
  • The unreality of some of the politically correct agendas running around the country without caretakers has reached new heights in recent years. He's a boy but identifies as a girl, so proper grammar is "she." She actually has "multiple genders" so it's "they," even thought "she" is an individual. And don't even ask about race,… […]
  • By Laurel Duggan Daily Caller News Foundation Democrats were more than twice as likely as other voters to favor harsh government restrictions being placed on unvaccinated people’s lives, ranging from fines and house arrest to imprisonment in government facilities and loss of child custody, in a recent poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports and the Heartland… […]
  • By Kendall Tietz Daily Caller News Foundation The North Carolina State Superintendent walked back plans to implement a statewide curriculum that would teach disabled preschoolers to “deconstruct whiteness,” according to a report from Education First Alliance (EFA). Catherine Truitt, North Carolina’s superintendent of public instruction, said she “will not sign” a contract proposal that would… […]
  • Joe Biden's campaign for his party's plan to take over elections all across the country – requiring mail ballots, banning voter ID and the like – is in full swing. Even though his agenda appears stalled in Congress, on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday he declared to the nation any procedure that conflicts… […]
  • By Sebastian Hughes Daily Caller News Foundation A Texas rabbi who was held hostage in his synagogue with members of his congregation on Saturday told “CBS Mornings” how he handled the perilous situation. “It was terrifying. It was overwhelming. We’re still processing,” Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker said of the hostage crisis on “CBS Mornings” on Monday. “It… […]