Pfizer issued a press release late Friday in response to last week’s Project Veritas expose. The company appears to both deny and admit that it performs gain of function (or “directed evolution”) research on viruses.

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The World Economic Forum meeting this week brings together people who believe that they, and they alone, have the right to fundamentally restructure human civilization. They don’t realize that they’re dupes in a bigger game.

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France has announced it plans to send light tanks to Ukraine while the Biden administration is considering sending Bradley fighting vehicles, marking the first time Western-made armor would be deployed against Russian troops in Ukraine.Continue Reading

The $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill signed by President Biden prohibits using Border Patrol funding to improve border security, but gives $410 million to Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, and Oman—for border security.Continue Reading

It appears that the lockdowns have reduced immunity to RSV, a respiratory disease that is most dangerous to young children, and cases of RSV—down as much as 97% during COVID lockdowns—are suddenly putting stress on hospitals.

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Another indicator of a slowing economy: Existing home sales in the US dropped 28.4% year-over-year in October, the worst level since the subprime mortgage meltdown in 2008.

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A hedge fund founded by Wall Street billionaire Paul Singer warned its clients this week that the sudden end of cheap money has “made possible a set of outcomes that would be at or beyond the boundaries of the entire post-WWII period.”Continue Reading

US credit card balances hit a record in the third quarter as banks offered more cards to consumers with less-than-stellar credit ratings. Meanwhile, subprime auto loans hit their highest delinquency rate in ten years.Continue Reading