In the latest installment of what the unprecedented leak of Justice Sam Alito’s alleged majority opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade has wrought, young teenage “activists” descended this last weekend on the residential home of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to protest. With armed guards visible in the background of their display, the young girls wrapped
Sick of inflation? Blame the Federal Reserve Sick of inflation? Blame the Federal Reserve https://t.co/azT0FPkcDG — Brad Polumbo (@brad_polumbo) June 21, 2022 The post Sick of inflation? Blame the Federal Reserve appeared first on Liberty Tree.
Fauci should have listened to Hayek In his 1974 Nobel Prize acceptance speech, the economist F.A. Hayek concluded with a warning: he urged humans to act humbly with the immense power of modern science. It’s a speech Tony Fauci should have read.https://t.co/wAuUPCaiv1 — Jon Miltimore (@miltimore79) June 20, 2022 The post Fauci should have listened
Dr. Simone Gold, founder of America’s Frontline Doctors, a group that saved huge numbers of American lives by treating Covid patients with Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, while Big Pharma and its captive hospitals and Biden regime killed huge numbers of Americans with non-treatment and with ventilators, remdesivir and mRNA “vaccines,” has been sentenced to prison for
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Last Updated on June 21, 2022 The U.S. Army now teaches critical race theory (CRT) at West Point, according to a trove of documents obtained by Judicial Watch. Lessons ask recruits to discuss their “whiteness” while encouraging them to apply Critical Race Theory to their answers, according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch and given
While Democrats and most in corporate media are fixated on January 6, 2021, in an effort to get the rest of us fixated on it as well, one corporate media personality went in a different direction Monday. Fox News host Tucker Carlson wasn’t talking about J6. He talked about J16. On June 16, 2022, an
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The philosophy of education has a long and rich history: Aristotle and Socrates (via Plato) differed on the role of direct instruction in learning; Locke and Rousseau differed on whether a student’s mind was a vessel to be filled or perfectly designed at birth; and later thinkers like John Dewey devised a model where students