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COVID Authoritarianism Skyrockets As Media Drums Up Omicron Panic

COVID-19 authoritarianism is skyrocketing around the world as the corporate media drums up panic about the Omicron variant of the virus. In Greece, individuals 60 years old and over will be required to get the COVID-19 jab by Jan. 16, 2022, or risk a 100 euro fine. “We are focusing our efforts on protection of our fellow citizens and for…

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Leftists Are Okay With Government-Sponsored Religion So Long As It Pushes COVID Vaccines

Across the United States, government officials are using God to sell the public on more COVID vaccinations. Nobody seems to mind, least of all the American Civil Liberties Union. The Washington state Department of Health produced an ad featuring Presbyterian minister Liz Kearney. Dressed in her clerical collar, Kearney offers a mini-sermon: “There’s actually very little in the Bible about…

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Nevada to pay church $175,000 for legal fees in lawsuit against pandemic restrictions

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 | Tag Cloud Tags: Christian, church, Court of Appeals, covid-19, Nevada, News, Supreme Court, US Supreme Court, Worthy News by Karen Faulkner, Worthy News Correspondent (Worthy News) – Nevada is to pay Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley church $175,000 for legal fees it incurred in its lawsuit against state COVID-19 restrictions on houses of worship, the Christian…

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Nevada Democrats Push To Make ‘Emergency’ 2020 Election Changes Permanent

Nevada Democrats are ramming through legislation to make last year’s chaotic “emergency” voting procedures permanent. On Wednesday, the Democrat-controlled General Assembly approved a measure that would legalize ballot harvesting and make universal mail-in voting a permanent fixture of elections, both changes that were initially implemented to be temporary last year. Assembly Bill 321, now moving on for consideration in the…

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