The following is a news analysis. I hadn’t heard of The Epoch Times when it first crossed my radar in the past year or so. I read some of their investigations and found them extremely in-depth, well researched and well sourced. Complex topics were also explained in a way far less arcane than other print […]
Two liberal-appointed justices sided with five conservative-appointed justices tonight in allowing a Trump administration asylum policy to be implemented while challenges work through the court system. The White House win means that for now, people seeking asylum in the U.S. must seek safe haven in the first “safe” country they arrive in. That effectively means […]
Forty-eight states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico have launched joint investigations into Google for alleged violations of antitrust law. Attorney Generals in Texas and Washington, D.C. are leading the way in the probe honing in on Google’s dominance as an internet search engine and advertiser. We have 50 attorneys general from across the nation who […]
After our first report, Europe and Japan banned most uses and types of the most problematic gadolinium MRI dyes. The FDA decided not to issue a ban in the U.S. saying benefits outweigh risks. The FDA issued a warning, instead. The FDA says there’s more risk with Omniscan or OptiMARK than Eovist, Magnevist, or MultiHance. […]
At this time four years ago, Donald Trump stood just about where Democrat Tulsi Gabbard is: 1-2%. So why are some in the media pretending current polls reflect what will really happen in Nov. 2020? Are they using polls to try to shape public opinion rather than measure it?
New Jersey man faces charges. One alleged victim took her own life. Crooks used online dating sites to defraud dozens of love-seeking victims to the tune of millions of dollars. That’s according to the U.S. prosecutors who arrested a 35-year old New Jersey man, Rubbin Sarpong. According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, Sarpong and his […]
A strong majority of respondents say current polls about the 2020 race are not to be believed. That’s according to the latest poll at SharylAttkisson.com. Eighty-seven percent (87%) said such polls are “pretty inaccurate.” Only two percent of those asked say they think the polls are “pretty accurate.” The full results are below. Meantime vote […]
The following is an excerpt from an article in The Hill As the presidential battle among Democrats heats up, there are new polls and predictions every day as to how it will turn out. A recent Marquette University Law poll finds both former vice president Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) would beat President […]