According to a national poll conducted by the Trafalgar Group and Convention of States Action in July 2021, the vast majority of Americans, 71%, are opposed to mandatory COVID vaccinations for Americans.
A recent study examining nearly 50,000 COVID cases admitted to 100 Veteran Affairs (VA) hospitals in the US has come to some startling conclusions. The researchers (Dr. Fillmore et al) discovered that between March 2020 and January 2021 (pre-vaccination period), 36% of the COVID admissions were actually asymptomatic, meaning they were showing no symptoms of the virus or had mild symptoms. The number who had mild or no symptoms jumped to 48% of COVID admissions from mid-January to the end of June 2021. The researchers concluded that in the first half of 2021, nearly half of the admissions were either for unrelated health issues or for mild symptoms of the virus. According to the report, VA hospitals test every admission for COVID. Many were admitted for other issues, and only found out they had asymptomatic or a mild case of COVID once they were in the hospital. The researchers noted that this study involved mostly men and took place largely before the Delta variant hit. READ: New study indicates about half of COVID hospitalizations this year …
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Facebook executives are aware of the negative impact that its popular photo sharing social media platform, Instagram, is having on teenage girls, but it continues to push it on them anyway.
A recent poll conducted by the Cultural Research Center of Arizona Christian University headed by George Barna uncovered some questionable beliefs about those who self-identify as Christians in America. In the poll, about 69% of Americans (176 million) self-identified as Christian. And though that number seem impressive, it falls inline with that old saying of being a mile wide, but only one inch deep. The poll revealed that self-identification does not necessarily refer to a Biblical definition of Christianity. They are Christian only in the sense that they grew up in what could loosely be described as a Christian home. They don’t regularly attend religious services, but if they did, it would be a Christian one. So in that sense they follow the Christian tradition, more than they follow Christian beliefs. And this showed up, as the poll exposed the actual beliefs of these self-identifying Christians: For example, 72% of self-identified Christians believe that everyone is basically good. And this almost perfectly corresponds with their response to the another question, where only 34% said that …
The bureaucratic run European Union (EU) is determined to make Europe carbon-neutral by 2050. Breitbart reports that this plan includes carbon taxes and shutting down reliable coal and nuclear plants and replacing them with expensive and unreliable green energy such as wind
Breaking Israel News (BIN), an orthodox Jewish website, recently reported on how a river in Jordan, that typically runs very clear, mysteriously turned bood-red almost overnight. BIN wondered if this was a sign indicating the soon arrival of the Jewish Messiah.
Premier Christian News reports that a recent British poll, conducted by Savanta ComRes, discovered that 38% of British adults believe that prayer helps their mental health.
A New York hospital was forced to stop delivering babies after several workers in its maternity ward quit because they were required to take the COVID vaccine.
According to a recent poll by CNN, the majority of Americans are angry about what is going on in the United States.
In early 2020, reports began circulating that the COVID virus may have leaked out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Communist China’s level 4 virus lab located in Wuhan. The lab was studying both bats and the COVID virus, and it was scientists at the South China University of Technology in Hong Kong who first suggested the possibility. There were also suggestions that the lab was manipulating the COVID virus DNA. READ: Did coronavirus originate in Chinese government laboratory? Scientists believe killer disease may have begun in research facility 300 yards from the Wuhan wet fish market: Shortly after the report was released, 27 scientists came out in defence of the Wuhan lab, stating in a letter in a medical journal, The Lancet, that these allegations were nothing but conspiracy theories. Of course, the mainstream media began broadcasting this news, which initially curtailed any investigation into this theory. However, the Daily Mail is now alleging that 26 of the scientists who signed the letter have links to the Wuhan lab, which is now causing some …