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https://thenewamerican.com by Rebecca Terrell

Which killed more patients: ventilators, or the Covid-19 virus? Tesla CEO and social media mogul Elon Musk seems to blame the former. In a recent episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience," he suggested that the ventilators were far more damaging to p

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I found the Mueller Sanitarium for the Chronically Ill a few blocks from a place I worked back in the 1980s. It sits almost by itself, at least if you don't count parking lots, and only a block or so from a rapid transit train. It's tucked in bet

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https://www.fff.org by John W. Whitehead

"But these weren't the kind of monsters that had tentacles and rotting skin, the kind a seven-year-old might be able to wrap his mind around--they were monsters with human faces, in crisp uniforms, marching in lockstep, so banal you don't reco

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https://www.paulcraigroberts.org by Paul Craig Rob

Each of us faces each day threats to our health, happiness, and life. Overarching it all, we collectively face death from nuclear weapons.

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https://www.youtube.com, Wranglerstar

In a small fishing village in Finland, there lived a seasoned whaler named Oskar. He was known to be one of the best in his trade, but he had an unusual vice. Despite earning modest wages, Oskar had a penchant for buying expensive American cigarettes

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https://brownstone.org by JEFFREY A. TUCKER

This is not about whether there is such a thing as a literal social contract. The phrase has always been a metaphor, and an imprecise one since it was first invoked by Enlightenment-era thinkers trying to sort through a rationale for collective pract

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https://www.lewrockwell.com By Dr Naomi Wolf

J.J. Carrell returns to DailyClout in an interview with Dr. Naomi Wolf to discuss the horrors of recent events in Israel, the current crisis at the border of the United States, and the increasing concern that 80,000 plus SIAs are somewhere in America

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In the US, something like 100 million people have "dropped out of the workforce," and the situation is often worse in Europe. The ruling systems of the West have made these people superfluous. If you're one of them, I'm sorry. It's a horrib

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