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Boys more likely to be hospitalised with rare side-effect of Pfizer vaccine than covid itself, claims US study
The researchers assessed medical data which showed that boys aged 12 to 15, with no pre-existing medical conditions, are four to six times more likely to be diagnosed with vaccine-induced myocarditis — or inflammation of the heart — than being hospitalised with Covid.
The team of researchers from the University of California were able to find 257 vaccine-related cardiac ailments in recipients of both doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The rate of such heart issues per million among 12-15-year-old boys was 162.2, while it was 94.0 in boys between the ages of 16 and 17. For girls, the rates were 13.4 and 13 cases per million.
The study alleged that most children who experienced the rare side-effect of the vaccine began showing symptoms within days of receiving the second shot of the vaccine. Around 86 per cent of the boys affected required some form of hospital care, The Guardian reported.
Four companies expressed interest with the commission to build border barriers in areas recently determined to be eligible for construction, the Washington Examiner reported on Monday. Texas officials reportedly identified 733 miles of “border-front land where it can build.”
The article says the State picked land that is privately owned by residents where it can build while avoiding litigation. Efforts by the Trump administration to build on federal land met opposition from multiple lawsuits.
Since that time, the State of Texas raised more than $54 million in private donations to build new border barriers in the Lone Star State.
The governor also announced the deployment of additional law enforcement resources and promised to arrest migrants who violated Texas laws including trespassing, and criminal mischief.
This could be the worst year in American history for illegal border crossings.
It already hit the top 5 with two months left to go in the fiscal year, not counting August— a tumultuous month.
Border agents had encountered more than (1.3) million illegal border crossers so far.
We were there as the Border Crisis hit a new peak… and we found the record numbers amid a virus pandemic have created a perfect storm of chaos.
Report: Book Reveals Biden Family Corruption, ‘We’ve Got People All Around the World Who Want to Invest in Joe Biden’
Author of The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power, Ben Schreckinger, was told by one of Jim’sformer business partners, “Jim’s job is to ensure the lifestyle is good for the family.” The method of doing so reportedly entailed Hunter and Jim acquiring a hedge fund, Paradigm Global Advisors, which was founded and run by cocaine addict James Park.
“Hunter would have his new job, CEO of Paradigm, with a starting salary of $1.2 million,” Schreckinger wrote in the New York Post. “His experience in the ﬁnancial sector amounted to a few years on the payroll of a credit-card issuer.”
The position as a hedge fund manager reportedly enabled the Biden family to “tap the global demand for business partnerships with the relatives of a powerful American ofﬁcial,” Joe Biden.
In order to capitalize on the hedge fund with cash to make profitable acquisitions, Jim reportedly told one of his partners, Anthony Lotito, that he should not worry over raising money.
Avi Yemini, Australia Bureau Chief for Rebel News, joins Glenn to detail the INSANE COVID lockdowns currently underway throughout the continent, including ‘COVID camps’ designed for quarantining, hefty fines for those who break regulations, and even physical barriers between some states.
Avi cautions Americans, ‘Look into the future, see what’s happening in Australia. And do not let it happen to the states.’
The network will premier the long-running reality TV show on its streaming network Fox Nation on Oct. 1.
Last year, “Cops” was abruptly canceled by Paramount Network following protests against police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hand’s of a white now-former police officer.
Fox Nation President Jason Klarman released a statement on the relaunch of the program saying, “Cops is one of the most iconic brands on television with an incredibly passionate fan base.
We wanted to show our appreciation to all first responders by combining the launch with a free one-year subscription to give back in a small way to those who place their lives on the line every day to keep us safe.”
Donald Craighead, a 44-year-old resident of Oceanside, was booked on suspicion of possession of prohibited weapons, U.S. Capitol Police said.
Craighead’s Dodge Dakota pickup truck, decorated with a swastika and other white supremacist symbols, was spotted near DNC headquarters at around midnight, authorities said.
The truck did not have a license plate, but instead had the picture of an American flag where the plate should have been, officials said.
Officers spotted the bayonet and machete, which are illegal in Washington D.C., inside the truck, authorities said.
Craighead allegedly told police he was “on patrol” and expressed white supremacist ideology.
Alaska Airlines fired flight attendants for questioning its support of a proposed federal law that would open women’s spaces to biological males, according to complaints filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Their union, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, allegedly refused to defend their Title VII employment rights against religious discrimination during the proceeding and “disparaged” the employees’ Christian beliefs.”
The corporate ‘canceling’ of our clients by Alaska Airlines makes a mockery of laws that protect religious Americans from employment discrimination,” litigation director David Hacker said.
“Every American should be frightened if an employer can fire them for simply asking questions based on their religious beliefs about culturally important issues.”
The Federal Election Commission has dismissed Republican accusations that Twitter violated election laws in October by blocking people from posting links to an unsubstantiated New York Post article about Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s son Hunter Biden, in a decision that is likely to set a precedent for future cases involving social media sites and federal campaigns.
The F.E.C. determined that Twitter’s actions regarding the Hunter Biden article had been undertaken for a valid commercial reason, not a political purpose, and were thus allowable, according to a document outlining the decision obtained by The New York Times.
The commission’s ruling, which was made last month behind closed doors and is set to become public soon, provides further flexibility to social media giants like Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat to control what is shared on their platforms regarding federal elections.
In a paper published Monday in journal “The Lancet,” the scientists, some of whom work for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the World Health Organization, write that “current evidence does not, therefore, appear to show a need for boosting in the general population, in which efficacy against severe disease remains high.”
Dr. Philip Krause and Marion Gruber, two retiring senior vaccine leaders at the FDA, are among the authors of the paper.
The scientists write that the current vaccine supply could “save more lives” if it were used in unvaccinated people than if it were used as booster shots.
However, they also argued there is currently an opportunity to study the potential efficacy of variant-based booster shots prior to such a time when there may be a wide need for them.
The U.S. nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance notified Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in two reports that between June 2017 and May 2018 it had created three lab-generated chimeric SARS-related coronaviruses in China that exhibited “significantly higher” viral loads, documents first reported by The Intercept show.
But Fauci’s agency continued to fund the project with taxpayer dollars without flagging it for review by an independent committee created in late 2017 to oversee so-called gain-of-function research.
“Three EcoHealth/[Wuhan Institute of Virology] lab-generated viruses exhibited >10x to >10,000x higher viral load than the starting bat virus in humanized mice,” Ebright tweeted. “One EcoHealth/WIV lab-generated virus exhibited higher pathogenicity than the starting bat virus in infection studies with humanized mice.”
“The results demonstrate — unequivocally — a gain in function,” he said.
Chicago mom displayed ‘paranoid behavior’ before she fatally shot 12-year-old son at South Chicago home: prose
But just a day later, her family learned the true depths of her despair. Harris now stands accused of killing her cherished 12-year-old son inside their South Chicago home. Kaden Ingram died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
During the hearing, Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney Eugene Wood explained Harris’ violent outburst began around 10:15 a.m. Saturday, when she pressed Kaden about the whereabouts of a digital memory card she had removed from her vehicle the previous night.
After Kaden was unable to produce the memory card when his mother demanded it at gunpoint, she shot him, Wood said Sunday during Harris’ initial court appearance.
Harris then answered a phone call before demanding the memory card again from Kaden, who was still “conscious and crying,” Wood said. When he said he didn’t know where it was, she shot him again.
Fox News’ Lawrence Jones argued ‘kids are being robbed of opportunity’ after 60 people were shot and 7 killed over the weekend in Chicago.
Students of a local high school were ready to wear red, white, and blue to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11. But school staff pulled the plug, concerned the expression could be racially insensitive and offend some people.
Students wanted to do something to remember the tragic events. But staff intervened.
According to an email obtained by the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH, the principal said wearing those colors could “unintentionally cause offense to some who see it differently.” Students are upset. And some parents now speculate school officials thought their majority-minority opponents would be offended by American pride.
Having a sense of history sometimes lost on young Americans, there was a student-led movement to honor those lost during the worst terrorist attack in history. Students would show their pride by wearing red, white, and blue clothing.
Old Rowe Sports identified at least four instances of the chant “F— Joe Biden!” at college football games during the weekend of Sept. 4, 2021. The chants broke out at Coastal Carolina University, Virginia Tech, Auburn University, and Texas A&M.
Another video showed students in the stands shouting “F— Joe Biden!” at the Mississippi State/NC State game on Saturday.
Donald Trump Jr. predicted that the trend will continue. He said the Biden presidency has “gotten so bad that the media can’t run cover for him anymore.”
At El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not.
West Hills resident Estelle Bender, 88, said she was far from the only person who was being told incorrectly that they had already voted.
In addition to friends of hers who experienced the issue and two other women outside the polling place, Bender said that inside, “the man next to me was arguing the same thing.”
Bender added that, to her knowledge, many of those affected by this issue are self-identified Republicans, and she’s suspicious.
Full Measure brings you the first broadcast TV interview with Donald Trump since he left office.
House Democrats released additional framework for the $3.5 trillion spending bill that includes raising the corporate tax rate to 26.5 percent. This increase totaling $2.9 trillion is part of a greater effort by Democrats to implement tax hikes.
House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-MA) said that the proposed tax hikes will “expand opportunity” for Americans.
Republicans are warning about “the highest tax increases in American history” while the economy recovers from the pandemic.
The $3.5 trillion proposal faces opposition from Republicans and Democrats.
The state’s obligation to protect life is rooted in centuries of common law and legal history. The United States ratified the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, which states that no person shall be deprived of “life, liberty or property, without due process of law,” in 1868. Long before that, our Founders outlined the obligation to protect life in the Declaration of Independence, and they in turn relied on the common law tradition, as described by William Blackstone.
This legal history supports the notion not only that the state must protect life, but also that it must protect unborn life.
In his Commentaries on the Laws of England, Blackstone contends that life “begins in contemplation of the law as soon as an infant is able to stir in the mother’s womb.” Similarly, when the 14th Amendment was ratified, 23 states explicitly referred to an unborn baby as a child, and nearly all had statutes limiting abortion.
Kristen Garcia Dumont and Tammy Bruce discuss what’s at stake for California under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s far-left policies.
Most analysts have their eyes focused on the West, where we’ll soon know whether Gov. Gavin Newsom survives his recall election. But California is not the only blue state with a gubernatorial race this fall.
Along with New Jersey, Virginians will soon go to the polls to either vote Democrat Terry McAuliffe back into the governor’s mansion or elect Republican newcomer Glenn Youngkin. No Republican has won a statewide race in the Commonwealth in 12 years.
McAuliffe’s campaign strategy consists of promoting his record as governor from 2014-18 and portraying Youngkin — a former CEO of The Carlyle Group — as too redolent of former President Donald Trump.
The Old Dominion used to be deep red. Its voters backed the Republican nominee in every presidential election from 1968 to 2008, when Barack Obama flipped the state and won it again four years later. Trump lost Virginia in 2016 and didn’t even contest it last year, falling by 10 points.
Jody Hice, Congressman serving Georgia’s 10th District, gives The Real Story on why over 217,000 ballots in Georgia still unable to be tracked.
Explaining the condescension of the press, Bozell outlined, “Look at the constant attacks on Texas and Florida coming from the media, not just the left but the media. Why is it? It’s because in Texas they see naive hayseeds and in Florida they see naive, old people and they see the governor manipulating them.”
Bozell broke down the difference for the media and Trump vs. Biden:
‘The Next Revolution’ host slams the ‘cruel, weak, incompetent’ administration for using crises to distract from their failures.
Tammy Bruce, a Fox News contributor, blasted California Governor Gavin Newsom, arguing the people of California need someone who understands freedom.
Victor Davis Hanson: Recall could save California – here’s how Newsom, elites destroying once-thriving state
Why allow California to have the highest aggregate basket of income, sales, property and capital gains taxes in the nation, the highest gas and power prices in the continental United States, and nearly the worst schools and infrastructure? California also has the country’s largest populations of homeless, welfare recipients and undocumented immigrants
Remember that the left wing of the Democratic Party became hyper-wealthy through globalization and the tech revolution. Coastal universities such as Caltech, Stanford, UC Berkeley, USC, and UCLA became global nexuses of millions who flocked to California to learn business, engineering, science, math and the professions.
The new Democratic Party liked to redistribute money for the poor and so obeyed the orders from the rich. But they ignored old-fashioned infrastructure that once had allowed the middle class to drive quickly and safely, ensured them water during droughts, curbed their forest fires, and allowed their children to leave school competitively educated.
Why worry about affordable housing and electricity for the masses when all the right people had the means to live in the right ZIP codes without much worry about turning on the air conditioning or heat, since there were rarely any scorching days or frigid nights in coastal paradise?
Why worry about immigration when labor became even cheaper?
In a video released to social media, actor Jon Voight endorsed Larry Elder for governor, and assailed Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA).
Brutal moment violent man repeatedly knees a policewoman in the head and kicks and punches another officer outside a cinema – after they told him to move on in Sydney’s locked down west
Shocking video has emerged of the moment a man attacked two police officers in the street in Sydney’s west.
The footage appeared on the Humans of Bankstown Facebook page and shows a man kneeing and punching the two female officers.
The incident occurred near the Hoyts Cinema on Jacobs Street, Bankstown just before midday on Monday, when two senior constables on patrol in the area saw a man standing in the middle of the road.
This afternoon police arrested a 43-year-old man at Yagoona and took him to Bankstown Police Station.
He then allegedly assaulted a third officer, a 32-year-old male senior constable, while in custody.
1) Tensions escalate on a number of fronts in Israel’s south and central districts – with rocket fire from Gaza drawing retaliatory strikes – and terror attacks in Jerusalem leaving two civilians and an officer wounded.
2) IDF Chief of General Staff Lieutenant General Aviv Kochavi levels a warning toward Islamist terror organizations – “if the situation will escalate – Hamas and the Gaza Strip will pay a heavy price.”
3) Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid unveils Jerusalem’s plan for the Gaza Strip – asserting that the time has come to deal with the challenge posed by the southern Palestinian enclave.
The United Nations human rights chief says that her office has received credible allegations of reprisal killings by the Taliban of former Afghan security forces, as well as instances in which officials in the previous government and their relatives were arbitrarily detained and later turned up dead.Speaking to the Human Rights Council, Michelle Bachelet warned of a new and perilous phase for Afghanistan.
Doling out the warning, she criticized the Taliban for a disconnect between their words and actions.She cited multiple allegations of Taliban house-to-house searches looking for officials from the previous government and people who cooperated with US security forces and companies.”Such searches took place in at least half a dozen cities,” Bachelet said.
Notably, her statement comes days after an undated video showing Taliban fighters celebrating after reportedly beheading an Afghan soldier surfaced.
The video was reportedly posted to a Taliban chat room a week ago and was obtained by the Washington Examiner.Moreover, Rohullah Saleh, Afghanistan’s ex-Vice President Amrullah Saleh‘s elder brother, was also reportedly killed by the Taliban while he was leaving Panjshir last week.
Israeli aircraft struck a series of targets in the Gaza Strip early Monday in response to rocket launches out of the Hamas-ruled territory. It was the third consecutive night of fighting between the two sides, even as Israel’s foreign minister sought to dangle incentives for calm.
Tensions have risen after last week’s escape from an Israeli prison by six Palestinian inmates, as well as struggling efforts by Egypt to broker a long-term cease-fire in the wake of an 11-day war last May.
The Israeli military reported three separate rocket launches late Sunday and early Monday, saying at least two of them were intercepted by its rocket defenses. In response, it said it attacked a number of Hamas targets. There were no reports of casualties on either side.
In the latest violence, Hamas fired rockets into Israel that were shot down by the country’s Iron Dome defense system, the army said, adding that fighter jets struck a military post belonging Hamas. Within hours, the army reported a stabbing attack at the Gush Etzion Junction, south of Bethlehem.
Protesters marched in Paris on Saturday (September 11), for the ninth straight weekend, condemning France’s government-mandated health pass. Edward Baran reports.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will set out on Tuesday his plans to manage the COVID-19 pandemic in the winter months, announcing a decision to scrap the introduction of vaccine passports. Edward Baran reports.
In this clip Rose explains how she helped Lindsay Boylan get attention for her accusations against Andrew Cuomo for sexual misconduct.
She also reveals that she has been a secret listener to Larry Elder’s AM 640 show for many years, going so far as to even call in under a fake name many times.
She also discusses the pointlessness of political labels like conservative and liberal and why every Californian should vote to recall Gavin Newsom.
Listen to CMP President, David Daleiden, discuss in full the horrors of the University of Pittsburgh’s experiments with Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation and how they were discovered. FINNERTY:
In 2015, after an extensive undercover investigation, the Center for Medical Progress released a series of videos that shocked the nation.
And now, David, through more investigative work has uncovered disturbing information about the research being done at the University of Pittsburgh, a taxpayer-supported school. What prompted you to look into research at the University of Pittsburgh?
Once upon a time it was boy meets girl, they fall in love, marry, have kids then muddle through, trying to live happily ever after.
Then came women’s liberation and wives with careers as well as kids. But now you can forget all that. There’s a new women’s movement with decidedly old-fashioned priorities. Before they tie the knot, these new wives want an iron-clad contract.
The husband earns the money and lots of it. She spends it and looks after the house and kids. That’s it. Sounds like a throwback to the fifties, doesn’t it? Well, stand by to be surprised.