US District Court Judge Lynn Hughes dismissed the lawsuit on Saturday, ruling that Houston Methodist had the legal right to force employees to be vaccinated – even though the jabs have only received emergency-use authorization, not full approval, from the FDA. He said the claim by the 117 employees who …Read More »
The First Senate of the Karlsruhe-based court said in a statement on Wednesday that the curfews serve a “fundamentally legitimate purpose.” However, it also acknowledged the disagreement among experts about whether curfews are an effective way to curb the spread of infection. “The fact that the Federal Council has not …Read More »
Facebook Oversight Board upholds Trump ban, but says it was ‘inappropriate’ for site to make suspension indefinite
In a statement on Wednesday, the board announced that it “upholds Facebook’s decision on January 7, 2021, to restrict then-president Donald Trump’s access to posting content on his Facebook page and Instagram account.” “However, it was not appropriate for Facebook to impose the indeterminate and standardless penalty of indefinite suspension,” …Read More »
Amnesty International ‘upholds racism’ and its senior staff used the N-word, so why do its views still carry so much influence?
Truth hides in the darkness, if we go by the latest revelations surrounding Amnesty International The human rights organisation, whose stated aim is “campaigning for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all,” decided not to release a damning internal report to the press. It somehow found its way …Read More »
Putin BANNED from the Olympics, no flag or anthem: Key takeaways after CAS upholds Russia sports suspension
CAS announced on Thursday that it had reduced Russia’s ban from four to two years on appeal, but the decision still means the Russian flag and anthem will be absent from the next two editions of the Olympic Games – Tokyo in the summer of 2021, and the Winter Games …Read More »