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Ron Paul and the New US Supreme Court Decision Restraining Prosecution of Doctors for Prescribing Pain Medicine

Ron Paul was a strong proponent in the United States House of Representatives of ending the US government’s war on doctors who prescribe pain medication and on their patients who rely on the medication to relieve pain. This war has been a subset of the larger war on drugs and one that is in many ways easier to fight than taking on actual drug-running organizations that use stealth and violence as tools of the trade.
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America’s Largest Newspaper Chain Goes ‘Woke’

A lot has changed at USA Today and throughout the rest of Gannett — the largest newspaper chain in America — over the last few years. The newspapers have gone “woke” writes David Mastio, the former deputy editorial page editor of USA Today in a Thursday New York Post editorial.
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The Republic of Texas, Part Two

Texas was its own nation independent of any other for ten years between gaining its independence from Mexico in 1836 and joining the United States in 1846. Nearly 180 years later, could Texas be on the verge of becoming an independent republic again?
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Texas GOP Convention Attendees Unhappy with Gun-grabbing Senator John Cornyn

Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) is quite unpopular at his state’s Republican Party convention this weekend. First, many convention-goers threw out lanyards promoting the Texas senator that were connected to convention name badges and replaced them with alternative lanyards. Then, the state party’s platform committee unanimously voted to condemn Cornyn and the nine other Republican United States Senate members who have been working with Democrats in the Senate to enact laws seeking to violate Second Amendment and Due Process rights through the advancing of “red flag” laws and other new gun control measures.
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Florida Government Says 'No' to Shipment of Coronavirus Shots for Babies and Young Children

The state government of Florida is standing up against the effort to indiscriminately inject experimental coronavirus “vaccine” shots into children four years old and younger. And, as reported Wednesday by Christopher O’Donnell and Ian Hodgson at the Tampa Bay Times, Florida is the only state to make this decision, every other state government having pre-ordered the shots from the United States government in anticipation of the granting of US regulatory approval.
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Coronavirus Testing for Entering America Nixed

Another feature of the United States government’s coronavirus tyranny has fallen by the wayside this week. The US State Department has announced that, as of Sunday, the rescinding of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) order means that air passengers no longer “need to get tested and show a negative COVID-19 test result, nor show documentation of recovery from COVID-19, prior to boarding a flight to the United States, regardless of vaccination status or citizenship.”
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Swamped US Vaccine Compensation Programs Mean Years of Waiting for People with Vaccine Injury Claims

Vaccine makers in America have special protections from liability. Instead of suing for an injury or death from experimental coronavirus “vaccine” shots or one of the many shots included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended childhood vaccination schedule, people are left with the course of pleading their cases for payouts from special United States government-created compensation programs.
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Military Propaganda at the Cinema

Did you see Top Gun: Maverick at a movie theater last weekend? Many people did. As noted in an Newsweek article by Samuel Spencer, over the weekend the movie “was number one in the box offices of all 30 countries that Box Office Mojo has public data for.”
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Mass Shooting Deception at the Washington Post

What? There were at least 11 mass shootings in America over Memorial Day weekend? That is what Annabelle Timsit wrote in a Washington Post article. That is news to me, and probably to you as well.

Why had we not heard of all these mass shootings? One simple reason: They did not happen.

Timsit’s article is greatly inflating the number of mass shootings by including things that do not fit in the category. This is nothing new for the Washington Post. I addressed such deception from the newspaper in my December of 2015 article “Don’t Believe the Hype About Gun Shootings in the US.” I also provided in that article the much more restrictive definition of a mass shooting that has historically been used.
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