From Covid-19 to politics, the past few years are riddled with examples of major media outlets relying on anonymous sources for “blockbuster” stories— only to have the information be proven wrong.
One court case alleging 2020 election fraud has produced forensic analyses and results presented to the court. Today, we take a deep dive with the lawyer who's alleging fraud, Constitutional attorney Matthew DePerno. He’ll tell us what he says he’s discovered about exactly how votes were switched.
Fake Science, the scientific "establishment," and how they factored in when Donald Trump tried to cut funding to the Communist China Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The Biden administration has reversed a Trump administration rule that would have required more transparency from the controversial Confucius Institutes at U.S. colleges and Universities. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) wants to know why.
Is the first cure for Alzheimer’s disease on the horizon, or is it just a mirage
The underreported problem of child sex abuse and trafficking in the U.S. and Hollywood.
Four recent cases of Covid-19 disinformation involving public health officials and what it says about today’s managed information landscape.
Attorneys Victoria Toensing and Joe diGenova talk about the attack on conservative attorneys, getting cancelled, and the devolution of journalism.