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Fauci on your Phone?

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If the Senate follows the House of Representatives lead and passes the Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act (HR 550), Americans who do not get the recommended number of covid vaccines can look forward to receiving a text like this: “This is Dr. Anthony Fauci. According to government records you have not yet received your monthly covid booster shot. Until you prove you are following vaccine protocols, your vaccine passport will be revoked, resulting in loss of your privilege to work, worship, and visit your family.”
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Who Will Be Held Responsible for this Devastation?

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If the pandemic policy response had taken the form of mere advice, we would not be in the midst of this social, economic, cultural, political disaster. What caused the wreckage was the application of political force that was baked into the pandemic response this time in a way that has no precedent in human history.
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The Ron Paul Doctrine

Ron Paul Institute Director Daniel McAdams discusses the "Ron Paul Doctrine" at the Mises Institute's "Ten Year Retrospective" held in Angleton TX. Ron Paul's two campaigns for president (2008 and 2012) were watershed moments for liberty-minded people around the world. The "Ron Paul Revolution"—centered around his undiluted message of peace, property, and markets—changed the way millions thought about the American empire and the American financial system. Watch McAdams' speech...
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The Omnipotent Power of the Pentagon

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No matter how you feel about the Pentagon and the military-industrial complex, you can’t help but be impressed at how they are able to successfully plunder and loot American taxpayers, no matter how much needless death, suffering, and destruction they wreak on people around the world.

Think about it: They just exited Afghanistan after their 20-year failed war against the Taliban, a war that left thousands of American soldiers and countless Afghans dead and the entire country destroyed. On top of all that death and destruction was the total waste of hundreds of billions of dollars in US taxpayer money. It’s also worth mentioning that for those entire 20 years, they intentionally lied to the American people regarding progress in their undeclared forever war.

And what has been the result? They get rewarded! Congress is on the verge of giving them more taxpayer money than ever before! That’s impressive, even if in a negative way!

In other words, they are no longer wasting money in Afghanistan in the form of bombs, bullets, gasoline, oil, medicare care for wounded soldiers, etc. That’s got to mean that a lot of money is now being saved.
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Panic? US Mega-Corporations Rush to Abandon Vax Mandate

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This week's nationwide annihilation of Biden's Federal Contractor mandate at the hands Georgia Federal Judge R. Stan Baker has resulted in a landslide retreat of cowardly mega-corporations with a suck loud enough to be heard as far away as the newest season of Lost in Space

Biden's illegal gamble, the nationwide Federal contractor vaccine mandate, has like his previous Medicare mandate and OSHA if-you-have-100-workers-mandatory-vax mandate been ripped to shreds early on in the courts.

It has always been a bullying gamble, an admission that they knew they were engaging in illegal acts but that they would continue to use the not-insignificant weapons of the executive branch to blast as much harm as possible until the courts stepped in and noted the obvious: You can't do this!

Cynics - and I sympathize - will say that the courts could have ruled either way so don't get too excited.
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Desperate Fauci: 'We've Got To Supersede Personal Choices!'

As Biden's vaccine mandates continue to be smacked down by courts, as the Senate has held a bipartisan vote rejecting mandates, as even Democrats are - according to media reports - "souring" on vaccine mandates, Fauci was asked in a MSNBC interview whether it might be time to back down a bit. Not at all! - was Fauci's response. If people won't take the shots they must be forced to take the shots, he replied. Also today - are UK's ICUs filled with the unvaccinated? Should we change the definition of "fully vaccinated"? Finally - how many Big Apple residents will DeBlasio put on the streets with his vax mandate? Watch today's Liberty Report...
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Strike Three! Federal Judge Blocks Biden's Contractor Mandate

Biden's vaccine mandates continue to drop like flies, with a US Federal Judge in Georgia yesterday blocking the Administration's Federal contractor vax mandate nationwide. Previously the Medicare and OSHA mandates have been blocked nationwide. Key question: the Administration has admitted these mandates are a "work-around" from Constitutional limitations - isn't that illegal? Also today: you'll never guess which states have the highest Covid hospitalizations. And...get ready for your six doses per year! Watch today's Liberty Report...
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US Hegemony Doesn't Make The World More Peaceful, It Makes It More Dangerous

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A Republican senator who sits on the Senate Armed Services Committee stated on a Tuesday Fox News appearance that he strongly supports keeping US military action on the table if Russia invades Ukraine, up to and including a first-use nuclear attack.

“I would not rule out military action," Senator Roger Wicker told Fox News host Neil Cavuto. "I think we start making a mistake when we take options off the table. So I would hope the president keeps that option on the table.”

“What does military action mean, senator?” Cavuto asked.

“Well, military action could mean that we standoff with our ships in the Black Sea and we rain destruction on Russian military capability,” the senator replied. “It could mean that. It could mean that we participate – and I would not rule that out – I would not rule out American troops on the ground. You know we don’t rule out first-use nuclear action. We don’t think it will happen. But there’s certain things in negotiations – if you’re going to be tough – that you don’t take off the table."

Wicker emphasized that his position was entirely bipartisan.
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