Gaming the Student Visa System

by Liam Knox at Portland State University isn’t the type of institution one would expect to have much name recognition outside Oregon, let alone thousands of miles across the Pacific. Yet a few years ago, the mostly local-serving public university began attracting an unusually large number of international applicants, primarily from India and Bangladesh. […]

NATO plans to ‘leverage human enhancement technologies’

by Joel Gehrke at Western militaries intend to “leverage” opportunities to “enable individuals to operate beyond normal human limits or abilities,” according to a new NATO strategy document. “Biotechnology and human enhancement technologies (BHE) will transform our economies, societies, security and defense in unprecedented and unforeseeable ways,” the allies state. “Against this context, NATO will provide the […]

Sen. Rand Paul Says Fifteen Federal Agencies Knew of EcoHealth Coronavirus Research and Possible Link to Covid

by Leslie Eastman at Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) recently penned an opinion piece for Fox News, describing what he refers to as “the Great Covid Cover-up”.  The Senator asserts that government officials from 15 federal agencies knew in 2018 that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was trying to create a coronavirus like the […]

Request for $1.5 million to fund the Employee Ownership Hub within the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.

via The Worker-Owned Recovery California (WORC) Coalition needs your help in asking the State of California to invest in employee ownership! In 2022, Governor Newsom signed into law Senate Bill 1407, the California Employee Ownership Act, which creates the Employee Ownership Hub within the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development. The Hub is […]

House to Send Articles of Impeachment for Mayorkas to Senate

by ELIZABETH WEIBEL at House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) signed articles of impeachment against U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas on Monday. The articles of impeachment are set to be delivered to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday afternoon. Johnson’s signing of the articles of impeachment against Mayorkas comes after he had rescheduled the Senate’s impeachment trial of […]

Maren Morris Doubles Down On Choice To Take Toddler To Drag Performance

by MARIANE ANGELA at Maren Morris recently voiced her support for drag shows as wholesome family entertainment during her Saturday appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.” The country music star addressed the Tennessee legislation prohibiting drag performances in areas accessible to children. She recalled her experience at a benefit drag show event held at Nashville’s Bridgestone […]

46 people arrested in pro-Palestinian protest at Sea-Tac Airport

by Caitlyn Freeman and Lauren Girgis at Police arrested 46 people accused of blocking the expressway leading to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport for three hours Monday afternoon as part of a nationwide day of protest calling for an end to the Israel-Hamas war. A blockade of cars and dozens of pro-Palestinian demonstrators — including some who lay across the […]

Is Media Hiding The Klamath River Fish Genocide Fiasco To Protect EPA’s Corrupt New Policies?

by Conor Coughlin  On March 26th, California officials in Siskiyou County declared a local State of Emergency after the ‘fish experts’ at the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) had created one the largest man-made ecological disasters in U.S. history. Mark Bransom, the CEO of KRRC had apparently made a unilateral decision to go ‘off-plan’ on […]


via Last week in Brussels, teams from the Global Covenant of Mayors (GCoM) and the City Climate Finance Gap Fund came together for a 3-day strategy retreat – a pivotal gathering aimed at accelerating climate action in cities worldwide. Before that, and recognizing the importance of collaboration and alignment, the GCoM Gap Fund team […]

Israel ‘unhappy’ with China’s ‘not as strong as expected’ response to Iranian attack

by Sylvie Zhuang at Israel has said it was disappointed with China’s response to Iran’s missile and drone attack on Saturday. “We were hoping for stronger condemnation and clear acknowledgment of Israel’s right to defend itself,” said Yuval Waks, the deputy chief of the Israeli mission in China told a press briefing on Monday when asked […]