Catholics prayed the rosary in protest across the street from a so-called “gospel” drag show taking place at a restaurant in Washington, DC, on Saturday.
The restaurant, called Crazy Aunt Helen’s, hosted “Shi-Queeta-Lee’s Drag Gospel Brunch!” — a show which appears to take place monthly at the venue, the event page shows.
“Mask mandates” are a bit of misnomer.
They are better characterized as declarations of the threat to use unlimited financial coercion (loss of job/ license to practice, exorbitant fines) up to and including physical force- for noncompliance.
In short, it’s a threat of violence.
Documents recently obtained from the National Institutes of Health suggest public health officials used inaccurate information and misrepresented medical research to advance their policy objective that masks prevent severe COVID-19 and virus transmission—despite opposing scientific evidence received from experts.
In a recently obtained letter (pdf) sent in November 2021 to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), top epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, and seven colleagues informed the agency it was promoting flawed data and excluding data that did not reinforce their narrative.
The letter warned the agency that misrepresenting data on trusted websites such as the CDC and the COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network—jointly created by the CDC and Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA)—would “damage the credibility of science,” endanger public trust by “misrepresenting the evidence,” and give the public “false expectations” masking would protect them from the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.
A whistleblower has come forward to make some shocking claims about Disney.
According to their reports, Disney requires employees to have “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Virtue” diaries that measures how they’re compensated for their work.
Furthermore, this has resulted in the alleged persecution of conservative employees at the massive company.
The national seminary of Costa Rica used a dissident ‘sexologist’ to teach future priests about homosexuality and transgenderism — and one of her protégés is now influencing Catholics in the United States.
Best-selling author Charles D. Fraune takes viewers behind-the-scenes of what exorcists and former occultists learned from the lure of demons, sin, and occultism unlike any researcher has known before. In Fraune’s latest book, ‘Slaying Dragons II – The Rise of the Occult: What Exorcists & Former Occultists Want You to Know’, Fraune reveals the dangers of idolatry, superstition, witchcraft, Satanism, and more. The occult and its dangerous practices have ensnared countless people worldwide — and Fraune takes a deep dive into what experts in the field, both exorcists and unfortunate occult adherents, have learned from their experiences.
A former MP is mystified as to why his website went down right after he called for donations for an anti-lockdown organizer.
Derek Sloan shared the situation with supporters on an email on Wednesday morning.
Last week, right around the time we sent out our e-mail for Kimberly Neudorf, the stay-at-home mom fined over $46,000 for holding an outdoor rally during the Lockdowns, our website went down! It couldn’t be accessed, and no one could donate.
The U.S. and other countries are facing growing pressure to do more to stop Azerbaijan’s blockade of the Nagorno-Karabakh region, where a former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court recently determined ethnic Armenians are facing genocide.
The big picture: The blockade has left about 120,000 people largely without food, medicine, drinking water and other essentials, despite more than a dozen large trucks loaded with aid ready to enter the region.
A mob reportedly made of up as many as 10,000 men began burning down, looting, and otherwise violently assaulting Christian communities in Jaranwala, Pakistan, on Wednesday in response to reports that a Christian man had allegedly desecrated a Quran.
The Pakistani newspaper Dawn, citing local Christians in the northern Pakistani region of Punjab, documented the burning down or otherwise complete destruction of at least five churches. The British Asian Christian Association, an international aid group that serves persecuted Christians in Pakistan, reported that the mob destroyed over 500 homes and left “tens of thousands” of Christians homeless.
There’s a new chapter in the saga of Private Travis King, the U.S. soldier who ran into North Korea from the South while on a tour of the demilitarized zone on July 18.In its first confirmation of King’s actions, North Korea announced through its state-run media organization that the American “confessed that he had decided to come over to the DPRK as he harbored ill feeling against inhumane maltreatment and racial discrimination within the U.S. Army.”
The statement continues, claiming that King “expressed his willingness to seek refuge in the DPRK or a third country, saying that he was disillusioned at [sic] the unequal American society.”