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By WaySide on May 24, 2020
A country and people should have morals. We do live in a free country, but that does not mean, degeneracy should be taught to little kids. Our ancestors created this free country and would have never allowed filth introduced to children.
By WaySide on May 21, 2020
Now, dear reader, I know you’re not a member of an institutionally sociopath elite caste, trying to extend your power back to the good old days of supreme monarchs ordained by God himself. But imagine you were. Imagine you were one of the richest people to ever exist, and your vast network of wealth and […]
By WaySide on May 21, 2020
Little attention is being paid right now to air travel or TSA requirements — making it the ideal time for the TSA to try to sneak a new ID into place without arousing public protest.
By WaySide on May 19, 2020
A few weeks ago face masks were said to be useless and even dangerous against COVID-19.
By WaySide on May 18, 2020
The Senate on Monday unanimously passed a 77-day extension of the federal government’s surveillance powers under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and the PATRIOT Act. Which technically expired on Sunday, March 15th. The Senate-passed bill is a clean extension that would retroactively authorize surveillance activities back to the expiration date, and will now head […]
‘They will not silence us’: Michigan activists undeterred after Facebook removes anti-lockdown group with 380,000 members
By WaySide on May 13, 2020
Facebook has shuttered a popular group for Michiganders who oppose their governor’s extreme lock down measures, fueling debate about free speech during the coronavirus.
By WaySide on May 10, 2020
The kids are going to be treated like they have the plaque for the rest of their lives. This is going to create a whole new class of mental illness categories. If my kids were still school aged, I would definitely be homeschooling. This is so sad and unnecessary.
By WaySide on May 4, 2020
The show is called, “Are We There Yet?” This is season 3, episode 20 on Oct 12, 2012. The quarantine episode.
By WaySide on April 28, 2020
The pandemic was needed as a pretext to halt and collapse the world economy and the underlying social fabric. There is no coincidence. There were a number of preparatory events.
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By WaySide on April 26, 2020
More From The “New Normal” In 50 ‘Darker’ Headlines
By WaySide on April 24, 2020
When the State tells you it’s safe to go to Home Depot to buy a sponge but dangerous to go and buy a flower, it’s not about your health.
New Google site shows where people in a community are taking social distancing seriously — and where they’re not
By WaySide on April 1, 2020
Google has launched a new website that uses anonymous location data collected from users of Google products and services to show the level of social distancing taking place in various locations. The COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports web site will show population data trends of six categories: Retail and recreation, grocery and pharmacy, parks, transit stations, workplaces, and […]
By WaySide on March 26, 2020
Social distancing is here to stay for much more than a few weeks. It will upend our way of life, in some ways forever. We don’t know exactly what this new future looks like, of course. But one can imagine a world in which, to get on a flight, perhaps you’ll have to be signed […]
By WaySide on March 22, 2020
The more moderate version has been particularly popular in recent years for two reasons. First, it is very easy to disprove the more extreme claim that the CIA actually invented the term. As a search on Google Books quickly reveals, the term “conspiracy theory” emerged around 1870 and began to be more frequently used during the 1950s. […]
By WaySide on March 5, 2020
By WaySide on March 25, 2017
In the new world of on-demand everything, you’re either pampered, isolated royalty — or you’re a 21st century servant. Angel the concierge stands behind a lobby desk at a luxe apartment building in downtown San Francisco, and describes the residents of this imperial, 37-story tower. “Ubers, Squares, a few Twitters,” she says. “A lot of work-from-homers.” […]
By WaySide on April 8, 2014
The War on Kids’ shows how American public schools have failed in their mission to provide education, erode the country’s democratic foundation by denying the most basic civil rights to youth, and often resemble prisons. Amazing how we model our schools after prisons but yet the prisons are in better shape. I know a few […]
By WaySide on April 3, 2014
Even if you know little about planes and metal, you know that aluminum and plastic is no match for a concrete wall and sold steel beams. This is a very good summary of just how people were duped on September 11, 2001. The footage of the South Tower hit exemplifies several anomalies, including a Boeing […]
By WaySide on March 18, 2014
Today, March 18th, the ReThink911 group launched a new ad campaign that is showcased within the Toronto subway system (TTC.) This campaign will be running for 2 weeks and approximately 1.2 million residents of Toronto will see video footage of the collapse of World Trade Center 7 compared to a controlled demolition with the caption […]
By WaySide on December 24, 2013
For the second time this week, the US Senate has sent legislation to the president’s desk that will have a big impact on Pentagon policies and budgeting. In a vote that ended around 11:40 p.m. Thursday, the chamber voted 84-15 to pass the 2014 national defense authorization act (NDAA), which clears the Pentagon to spend […]