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Despite rebuke from 5th Circuit Court towards FDA, U.S. pharmacists STILL refusing to fill ivermectin prescriptions

September 06, 2023 -

For whatever reason, some pharmacists have taken it upon themselves to interfere with patients' prescriptions by making an executive decision for them that they should not be allowed to take ivermectin for COVID, even if that is what the doctor ordered as a treatment.

"This needs to come to an end," says Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, a medical practitioner and founder of the Coalition of Health Freedom. "In telling my patients what medicines they can and cannot have access ...

First Circuit Court upholds anti-white admissions policies at “elite” public schools – blacks and Latinos to the front of the line

December 29, 2023 -

On December 19, the court decided that the city of Boston, a hotbed of academic privilege, can admit whomever it chooses while discriminating against applicants with light skin whose ancestry traces back to Europe and Asia.

The decision can still be appealed, and likely will be, but until then the three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston has decided that in the case of Parent Coalition for Academic Excellence Corp. v. The School ...

Gun rights groups vow to appeal seventh circuit ruling on “assault weapons”

November 14, 2023 -

(Article by Sundance republished from

The law known as the “Protect Illinois Communities Act” (PICA) banned most semiautomatic rifles and shotguns. The law also restricted magazines from holding more than ten rounds. The law was a centerpiece of Gov J.B. Pritzker’s gun control plan. Gov. Pritzker has been adamant about implementing his plan to take on gun rights.

In the face of Illinois’ recent assault weapons ban, pro-gun advocates remain steadfast ...

Why is the National Guard being deployed during the Great American Eclipse on April 8th?

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(Article republished from

As I have discussed previously, it is being projected that it will be the most viewed astronomical event in the entire history of our country.

And virtually everyone in North America will be able to view at least a partial eclipse…

Even in places like Seattle and Portland, Oregon, which are far from the path, about one-third of the sun will be hidden.

On April 8th, millions of Americans will be traveling ...

The 30-day countdown begins on Friday… the next great total solar eclipse on US soil… April 8th, 2024

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In August of 2017 America went crazy for the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse on US soil since 1918 and it provided a great opportunity for scientists and all sky watchers. What was referred to as “The Great American Solar Eclipse” took place on August 21st, 2017 when the moon passed between the sun and earth. Total solar eclipses occur somewhere on Earth every year or so, but generally cast their shadows over oceans or remote land masses.  If you missed the 2017 total solar ...

Appeals court reverses lower court ruling: Police in Texas can now arrest illegal migrants starting March 11 – UPDATE: Supreme Court issues temporary stay

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SB 4 authorizes local police in the Lone Star State to arrest illegal migrants, which some say impacts immigration enforcement at the federal level. The Supreme Court will have the ultimate say on SB 4's validity.

For the time being, though, SB 4 is the law of the land in Texas as of March 9, granting local police the authority to round up illegal migrants and send them back from whence they came.

U.S. District Court Judge David Alan Ezra initially blocked the law's ...

Appeals court blocks Texas immigration law just hours after Supreme Court ruled in the state’s favor

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The new law, known as Senate Bill 4, says that police may arrest migrants who are suspected of crossing the border illegally from Mexico into the U.S. and charge them on their first offense. It also gives judges the power to deport individuals to Mexico. It was signed by Governor Greg Abbott back in December and has been subject to litigation, including a lawsuit by the Biden administration that sought to strike it down.

The Biden administration maintains that the law usurps ...

Hawaii court just declared that its “Aloha Spirit” places it above the United States Supreme Court

2 months ago -

(Article republished from

Apparently, the United States Constitution doesn’t have that “Aloha Spirit” either.

"We read those words differently than the current United States Supreme Court. We hold that in Hawai?i there is no state constitutional right to carry a firearm in public."

This is wild. A court in Hawaii has now declared itself to be above the United States Supreme Court.

— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) February ...

Unanimous Supreme Court rules county cannot steal equity in homes after sale for tax debt

June 05, 2023 -

The saga begins in 1999 when Geralidein Tyler purchased a condominium in Minneapolis. However, in 2010, due to various factors, she made the decision to move into a retirement community. The financial burden of managing mortgage payments, condo fees, and rent for her retirement apartment led to Tyler falling behind on her property taxes, Red State reported this week.

By 2015, her outstanding tax debt had accumulated to $2,300, with additional interest and penalties imposed ...

US DC court of appeals just destroyed America

December 04, 2023 -

(Article by Martin Armstrong republished from

U.S. Circuit Judge Sri Srinivasan, who was NEVER even a judge, was controversially appointed under former President Barack Obama to the position of Chief Judge no less of the DC US Court of Appeals. This biased judge, in trying to destroy Donald Trump, wrote in the ruling:This decision was unimaginable for any true court decision. Srinivasan went out of his way to make sure Trump could be sued ...

FDA admits in court case that vaccines still contain mercury

in 2473 years - printable article

FDA admits in court case that vaccines still contain mercury

FDA admits on its website that thimerosal is still in vaccines

Don't believe the lie: Thimerosal is eventually converted by the body into highly-toxic inorganic mercury


Debt-ridden Evergrande faces liquidation order from Hong Kong court

January 29, 2024 -

(Article by Blessing Nweke republished from

The default of Evergrande two years ago already had a profound impact on global financial markets. Now, with the court-ordered liquidation, concerns are escalating, causing a more than 20% drop in Evergrande shares in Hong Kong, leading to a suspension of trading.

China’s property sector, contributing to a quarter of the world’s second-largest economy, faces potential turmoil, impacting the ongoing efforts ...

Truly EVIL: U.K. high court BANS PRAYERS near abortion clinics

December 26, 2023 -

On Dec. 15, the High Court of Justice ruled that the ban "lawfully followed the democratic and consultative procedures." In their decision, Justices Mark Warby and Justin Thornton argued that any infringements on freedom of religion, freedom of speech and the right to protest were "justified by the legitimate aim of protecting the rights of women attending the clinic."

The ruling stemmed from a complaint filed by two pro-life groups – 40 Days for Life Bournemouth and ...

Russia’s highest court designates “international LGBT movement” an extremist organization

December 03, 2023 -

In a closed hearing attended only by representatives of Russia's Justice Ministry, the Russian Supreme Court heard a motion originally filed on Nov. 19 challenging the allowance of the international LGBT movement in Russia.

Journalists who were allowed to view the proceedings in exclusion reported that the ministry described the international LGBT movement as causing "social and religious discord" throughout the world.

Previously, Russia has banned various groups ...

South Korean court orders Japan to compensate WWII comfort women

November 30, 2023 -

The lawsuit against Japan was initiated in 2016 and was dismissed by the Seoul Central District Court in 2021. It cited the principle of "sovereign immunity," which means a state is immune to civil suits filed in foreign courts. However, the Seoul High Court overturned the decision, asserting in its reversal that the case fell under South Korea's jurisdiction based on customary international law.

The Seoul High Court ordered Tokyo to pay ?200 million ($155,000) to each ...

Court blocks school district from enforcing ludicrous gender identity policies

October 04, 2023 -

On September 29, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit granted a motion for a preliminary injunction against Linn-Mar Community School District, filed by the parental rights group Parents Defending Education (PDE).

The decision signed by District Judge C.J. Williams, an appointee of former President Donald Trump, prevents the district from enforcing the part of Board Policy 504.13-R that prohibits using correct pronouns for gender-confused students. (Related ...

Supreme Court rules affirmative action UNCONSTITUTIONAL, counts as RACIAL PREJUDICE

July 04, 2023 -

The ruling stems from a case brought to the Supreme Court by a coalition of over 20,000 students, prospective university applicants and their parents in 2014 against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina (UNC), both of which use racial preferences during the admissions process.

This organization, known as Students for Fair Admissions, argued that Harvard and UNC violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act by penalizing applicants from certain demographics, ...

The great left-wing disinformation operation against the Supreme Court

May 15, 2023 -

The past five weeks has seen a flurry of media activity, clearly coordinated, against the right-of-center U.S. Supreme Court.

(Article by Josh Hammer republished from

First, the outlet ProPublica began publishing a series of pieces “exposing” the well-known fact of Justice Clarence Thomas’ long-running friendship with billionaire real estate tycoon Harlan Crow, and alleging ethical improprieties pertaining to the justice’s purported failure to disclose ...

Canadian court deems PM Trudeau’s attacks on Freedom Convoy truckers UNCONSTITUTIONAL

January 26, 2024 -

Justice Richard Mosley of the Canadian Federal Court (FCT) made this proclamation in a Jan. 23 ruling. He wrote: "I have concluded that the decision to issue the [Emergencies Act] does not bear the hallmarks of reasonableness – justification, transparency and intelligibility – and was not justified in relation to the relevant factual and legal constraints that were required to be taken into consideration."

The magistrate also ruled that the act violated the Canadian ...

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