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13,000 NY Nursing Home Residents And Nearly Half Of Staff Decline COVID-19 Vaccine

New York will be reallocating unused COVID-19 vaccines after more than ten thousand nursing home residents and nearly half of staffers declined the jab, according to Gareth Rhodes, a member of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s COVID-19 Response Task Force. Rhodes said that out of 70,000 nursing home residents, 57,000 have been vaccinated, while 13,000 have declined….

SEC Whistleblower Tips Have Soared 31% Since Most Employees Started Working From Home

Sitting around at home with nothing to do during the pandemic? Why not become a corporate whistleblower! It allows you to exact revenge on your boss and co-workers for years of misery and can also pay well! That must be exactly what many are thinking, as it is being reported that since the work from…

12 Year-Old Asks Again That City Turn Off Cell Tower Near Her Home That is Making Her Family and Neighbors Sick

By B.N. Frank Opposition to cell towers being installed near homes pre-dates the “Race to 5G.” Decades of research has proven that radiation exposure from cell towers and other sources of wireless is biologically harmful.  That’s why for many years American firefighter unions have been opposed to cell towers and antennas being installed at their…

The “War On Terror” Comes Home

By Ron Paul Last week’s massive social media purges – starting with President Trump’s permanent ban from Twitter and other outlets – was shocking and chilling, particularly to those of us who value free expression and the free exchange of ideas. The justifications given for the silencing of wide swaths of public opinion made no…

Covid and Nursing Home Deaths — the Case for Intentional Genocide

By Janet Phelan A discussion of the genocidal potential for the Covid pandemic would not be complete without a hard look at its impact on the elderly. While Covid is reported to be far more dangerous for the aged, its impact on nursing home patients and the decisions leading up to the placement of Covid…

You Can Now Buy A Tiny Bulletproof Home For The Apocalypse 

Whether it is the apocalypse or the US’s more immediate socio-economic collapse, sparked by the coronavirus pandemic, demand for doomsday bunkers has exploded. While only the ultra-wealthy can afford luxury doomsday condos buried hundreds of feet below the surface in old missile silos, millennials, who are mostly broke, have very little options to protect themselves from surging…

Home Depot Ceiling Fans Recalled After Blades Detach, Injuring People, While In Use

Home Depot is recalling more than 19,000 ceiling fans after reports that the fan’s blades can detach, fly off and cause “injury or property damage” while in use. The product in question is the King of Fans Hampton Bay 54 inch Mara Indoor/Outdoor fan, according to NBC News. Of course, if you’re about to look up…

Home Prices Soar At 3 Times The Fed's Inflation Target Across All US Cities

The Fed’s most frequent lament is that no matter how many trillions in bonds (and stocks and ETFs) it buys or how much liquidity it forehoses into the market, it just can’t push broader inflation higher. Well, here’s an idea: maybe all the central-planning megabrains at the Marriner Eccles building and 33 Liberty Street can…

US Home Prices Accelerate At Fastest Pace Since 2014

Despite headlines proclaiming there’s no inflation to worry about, Case-Shiller Home Prices were expected to accelerate even stronger in October (the latest data released today) and they did. The 20-City Composite screamed 7.95% higher YoY (smashing expectations of a 6.95% rise) Source: Bloomberg That’s the fastest rate of acceleration since June 2014. Home prices rose…

Santa The Super-Spreader, Kills 18 In Belgian Nursing Home

A man dressed as St. Nicolas in early December visited a nursing home in Belgium to spread holiday cheer to lonely, isolated seniors, but according to authorities, that wasn’t the only thing he was spreading.  A tragedy is unfolding at the Hemelrijck nursing home in Mol, a town 31 miles east of Antwerp in Belgium,…

Mobile Home Frenzy: RV Shipments Soar 43% In November

America’s RV craze continues. According to the RV Industry Association’s survey of North American manufacturers, all-towable RV shipments soared 46.3% in November to 38,485 from 26,297 a year earlier,  All motorhome shipments rose 20.3% last month to 4,028 from 3,347, and total RV shipments grew 43.4% in November to 42,513 from 29,644. As Americans can…

Grandmother Wrongfully Arrested Naked in Home, Tased in Jail, Wins $2.4 Million Payout

By Elias Marat A grandmother in Colorado who was subject to brutal treatment by the police while naked and in her own home has received a $2.4 million settlement. Carolyn O’Neal, 49, was drawing a bath for herself at her apartment in a sober living facility in 2014 and posed no danger to herself or…

Existing Home Sales Tumble For First Time Since May, Prices Hit Record Highs

After a big surprise jump in October, existing home sales were expected to drop MoM in November (as homebuilder sentiment rolled over from record highs) after 5 straight months higher and sales did slump – more than expected. Existing Home Sales fell 2.5% MoM (worse than the 2.2% drop expected) and the first MoM drop…

Lithium Battery Recall: LG Energy Solution Michigan Recalls Home Energy Storage Batteries Due to Overheating, Harmful Smoke, and Fire Risk

By B.N. Frank Lithium mining has come under scrutiny due grave ecological and economic problems associated with the practice.  Lithium battery fires have been an issue too and another recall was announced earlier this week. From the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: Name of product:LG Chem “RESU 10H” Lithium-Ion Residential Energy Storage System Hazard:The home…

Meatpacking Plants Idled, Workers Sent Home As Pandemic Rages In North America 

In the last five days, the US reported over one million new COVID-19 cases with total virus-related deaths swelling over 311k. The resurgence of coronavirus cases is now affecting meatpacking plants.  According to Bloomberg, Cargill Inc. was forced to idle one of its plants in Canada after an employee tested positive. JBS, the world’s top…

UK Home Secretary Encourages Neighbors To Snitch On Each Other For Breaking COVID Rules

Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has encouraged neighbors to snitch on each other to police if they see others violating COVID rules over the Christmas period. “Any individual that saw any laws being broken would take that upon themselves,” Patel told BBC Breakfast. “If I saw somebody…

“Smart Home” Tech in U.S. and Europe Succumbs to Google Outage

By B.N. Frank Privacy and security experts have been warning about cybersecurity risks with “Smart Home” technology for many years. There have been countless reports about people being spied on and taunted by hackers (see 1, 2, 3, 4). Of course, manufacturers collect personal data too – often without users’ knowledge or consent. Mozilla just…

56% Of Americans Say They Would Live In A Tiny Home

By Tyler Durden Although the micro home movement isn’t necessarily new, many have put tiny homes on their radar since COVID-19. Whether it’s a weekend escape from city living, or even a tiny backyard office, these dwellings have seen a recent boom in popularity. IPX 1031 recently did an extended analysis of the sector which…

56% Of Americans Say They Would Live In A Tiny Home

Although the micro home movement isn’t necessarily new, many have put tiny homes on their radar since COVID-19. Whether it’s a weekend escape from city living, or even a tiny backyard office, these dwellings have seen a recent boom in popularity. IPX 1031 recently did an extended analysis of the sector which is presented below,…

Controversial COVID-19 Data Scientist’s Home Raided, Guns Pointed at Family, Computers Seized

By Matt Agorist Tallahassee, FL — Earlier this year in May, Rebekah Jones, the data scientist working for Florida, who put together that state’s COVID-19 database, made national headlines when she was fired by the state over a disagreement in reporting the numbers. Jones says she was fired for refusing to manipulate data that showed…

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