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Former pharma executive who joined HHS to help lower drug prices found bludgeoned to death in D.C. … ruled “suicide”

A former executive for Pfizer, recently tasked with joining HHS to help reduce the prices of Big Pharma’s monopoly prescription medications, was found bludgeoned to death outside his Washington D.C. apartment. Local police ruled the…

Maryland Man Killed by Cops Trying to Take His Guns Under “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation Law

On October 1, 2018, Maryland’s new “red flag” gun law went into effect. On November 5, 2018, the law claimed its first victim. Officially called Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPO), “red flag” laws permit police,…

If America Is Such A Happy Place, Why Is The Suicide Rate Up 34% Since The Year 2000?

What in the world has happened to us?  Despite our ridiculously high standard of living compared to the rest of the world, America is a deeply unhappy place.  When I was growing up, there were…

National facial recognition database to use loyalty rewards to identify American shoppers

For years, I have been warning people about facial recognition in retail stores, but this story might convince you to avoid retail stores altogether. A recent article in Biometric Update. com (BU) reveals that retail…

Congressman Exposes Gov’t Using ‘Human Trafficking’ Act to Warrantlessly Spy on Innocent Citizens

The United States House of Representatives is preparing to vote on a bill that looks like legislation that focuses on combating human trafficking on the surface—but some liberty-minded lawmakers are warning that the bill is…

White Farmers ‘Panicking’, Put Their Land on Sale in South Africa

A record number of white farmers have already put their land on sale as the country’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) party considers altering the country’s constitution to allow land to be expropriated without compensation, according to The Sunday Express. The…

AI robot can draw what you’re thinking by reading your brain impulses

A team of scientists at the Research Center for Brain-Inspired Intelligence in Beijing, China recently developed a technique to decode perceived images by analyzing data from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scans. To carry out the research, the scientists…