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Poll: Americans Warming to Employer Mandated Vaccines

A recent Axios/Ipsos poll finds that most Americans now favor employer-mandated vaccinations for their workplaces. According to the survey, 55% of respondents support employers requiring a COVID vaccine at their places of work, while 44% oppose requiring the shots. Thirty-eight percent of supporters said they strongly supported a mandate, while 30% of those against it said…

CDC: Fully Vaccinated Should Not Worry About Getting Boosters Yet

While most of the nation awaits Food and Drug Administration approvals for wide use of booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccines, those who are fully vaccinated are still protected, according to recent studies. Studies released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that the unvaccinated people are much more likely to end up…

Moderna Completes Submission to FDA for COVID-19 Booster

Moderna has completed a submission to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to evaluate a booster dose of its COVID-19 vaccine, the company announced on Friday. ''We are pleased to announce that today we completed our submission to the U.S. FDA, which we began on Wednesday, for the evaluation of a booster dose of the Moderna COVID-19…

Watchdog: Psaki Violated Ethics Law by Promoting McAuliffe

A government watchdog group said Friday that it had filed an ethics complaint against White House press secretary Jen Psaki for a comment she made about former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat who is running for election to his old post. Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington said Psaki violated the Hatch Act…

COVID Killed Almost 5 Times More Cops Than Gunfire in 2021

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MyPillow Employee Beheaded in Broad Daylight Near Minneapolis

A 55-year-old woman was beheaded in broad daylight Wednesday in Shakopee, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. The victim, Shakopee resident America Mafalda Thayer, was an employee of MyPillow, according to Fox-9 Minneapolis. Alexis Saborit, 42, also of Shakopee, was reportedly in an abusive long-term relationship with her, and he was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder, according to…

Diner Sells Out After Owner Posts Sign Telling Biden Fans to Eat Elsewhere

A Florida diner whose owner posted signs telling supporters of a ''worthless and inept'' Biden administration to eat elsewhere closed early Wednesday because it ran out of food, the New York Post reports. DeBary Diner owner Angie Ugarte last week posted a sign in the window that reads, "If you voted for and continue to support and…

Hawaii Senator Calls for Supreme Court Term Limits

Hawaii Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono on Monday said she supports term limits for Supreme Court Justices, asking MSNBC'S "Hallie Jackson Reports," "why should anyone have lifetime appointments to any job? "Therefore as part of the hearing on the shadow docket, I think there will be calls for term limits on the Supreme Court," she said.  But "a…

W.Va. Gov. Justice: State ‘Will Keep Lining Up Body Bags’ Until More Vaccinated

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said Friday his state "will keep lining up body bags" until more people get vaccinated against COVID-19. In a video update posted Friday on Twitter, Justice implored the residents of his state to get vaccinated but said the state "must respect" the decisions of those that did not want to…

Natural Immunity After COVID Could Be Legal Defense Against Vaccine Mandates

A growing body of scientific evidence on the effectiveness of natural immunity after a person gets the COVID-19 virus may become a legal defense to avoid mandated vaccines. According to a Yahoo Finance article Saturday, the natural immunity argument against the rising tide of mandated vaccinations could become a way to legally avoid losing jobs…

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