No matter what happens in the Supreme Court, Joe Biden will always have Henry Kissinger. The oldest-living war criminal – Kissinger, not Biden – has made clear his preference for the oldest living senator (Biden claimed during the campaign he’d been in the Senate for 180 years) and perhaps come …Read More »
Law firm representing Trump in Pennsylvania suit quits amid pressure and reports of ‘growing discomfort’
“Plaintiffs and Porter Wright have reached a mutual agreement that plaintiffs will be best served if Porter Wright withdraws,” the court filing stated. The federal lawsuit was filed by the firm only days before the withdrawal. The firm has already received more than $700,000 in fees from the Trump campaign …Read More »
How UK undercover cops foiled activist plans to help Palestinians using deceit & abuse…& were there shady deals with Mossad?
Founded in 2001, the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is a pro-Palestinian political campaign group, dedicated to the use of nonviolent protest. ISM has chapters around the world, which regularly train and dispatch volunteers to Palestine, to assist locals with activities such as protests, chaperoning and olive-picking. Despite the movement’s peaceful …Read More »
Mutation that made coronavirus so infectious may also be Achilles heel for vaccines to target – study
One of the latest strains of coronavirus, and currently the most common in the world, is called D614G. Through tests on hamsters, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have discovered that this particular strain replicates faster and spreads more easily than …Read More »
New START looks finished: Russia’s Lavrov pessimistic about future extension of nuclear arms treaty, calls US demands unacceptable
Speaking at a virtual press conference on Thursday, Lavrov complained that US President Donald Trump’s administration is too concerned about winning and losing, which extends not only to elections, but also to negotiations and deals with foreign countries. “Conversations are conducted in terms of the mentality of ‘who will win, …Read More »
The group of scientists, led by Dr. Joseph Fisher at the University Health Network, a medical research organization in Toronto, Canada, were exploring treatments for acute alcohol intoxication when they happened upon a novel solution that generated more than a few sighs of disbelief at how simple it was. “It’s …Read More »
Production will begin in December and the vaccine will be exported to countries around the world starting in January 2021. The first interim results of a large-scale Phase III clinical trial for the jab were released earlier this week and showed 92-percent efficacy. Researchers said they would publish their preliminary findings in …Read More »
Apparently disregarding Facebook’s public-facing image as a fierce opponent of election meddling by entities not legitimately involved in the political process, Zuckerberg dived into the fray during a Thursday company-wide town hall, according to an audio of the meeting first obtained by Buzzfeed and later confirmed by CNBC. “I believe …Read More »
True democracy was never among the founding principles of the US, why should anyone be surprised by the election chaos?
Well, the United States was never conceived as a democracy. Women, natives, slaves and the poor gained nothing in the American Revolution, which only benefited the elites and, to an extent, the middle class. Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers, believed that the government must ally itself not with …Read More »
Biden claims ‘blessing’ from Pope Francis, says he wants to work together on ‘welcoming immigrants & addressing climate change’
“The President-elect thanked His Holiness for extending blessings and congratulations,” Biden’s Transition Team tweeted on Thursday, adding that he looks forward to working together with the Pope on issues such as “caring for the marginalized and the poor, addressing the crisis of climate change, and welcoming and integrating immigrants and …Read More »