Hunter Biden has been indicted on three gun-related charges, about the only things he’s accused of that doesn’t implicate his father. Meanwhile, the House begins its impeachment inquiry into the president, an odd kickoff to his reelection campaign.Continue Reading
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm had a one-on-one talk with a high-ranking energy official in China two days before the Biden administration released 50 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve—some of which went to China.
Three years after we suggested the Wuhan Institute of Virology might be the source of SARS-CoV-2, and five years after the State Department warned about its biosecurity, the Biden administration has finally suspended US funding for the Chinese lab.
SCIENTISTS AT Cambridge and Cal Tech announced this week that they’ve created synthetic human embryos without the use of eggs or sperm. They say this could help research into genetic disorders; we wonder if there’s another agenda.Continue Reading
Former President Donald Trump appears in court today on federal charges related to his handling of classified documents. Meanwhile, RedState reports that the man alleged to have paid Joe and Hunter Biden $10 million is a Russian intelligence asset.
The fact that The New York Times and Washington Post are reporting on Nazi symbols worn by many Ukrainian soldiers and that Ukraine’s military may have blown up the Nord Stream gas pipeline shows that the official narrative on the war is changing.
A former intelligence official claims that the US government has in its possession intact and partially intact craft of non-human origin. He may be right, but it doesn’t automatically follow that those craft are extraterrestrial.