The federal government’s unprecedented threat of an FBI crackdown on school board critics has cowed many Vermont parents concerned about mandatory student masking, anti-mandate advocate Jim Sexton said Wednesday.
Google and YouTube announced a new policy Thursday demonetizing all content that denies the scientific consensus on climate change.
Filings with the Federal Election Commission show that Haugen is a regular donor to Democrats, contributing to several campaigns including those of Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
“If you’re one of those troglodytes who think you should have some say in what your children are taught in the schools that you pay for, you should know the Biden administration now views you as a domestic terrorist.”
Greg Wrightstone, a geologist and expert reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has posted content on LinkedIn for years. He was banned from LinkedIn for posting factual information related to climate change.
Middlebury College removed the name of Vermont Gov. John Mead from the chapel that has embraced his name for over a century. Mead’s name was removed in the dead of night under the cover of darkness with no forewarning. This is particularly ironic given Middlebury’s own troubled history with eugenics.
“I cannot a prevent a future motion coming up in the next year or two on whatever, just like this motion came up. I can’t guarantee any of that to you as chair. But as of right now, I can tell you that the mascot is the Ravens, yes,” Board Chair Hurley Cavacas, Jr. said.
The Stew Peters Show interviewed a Vermont nurse who claims UVM Medical Center staff are seeing a substantial uptick in unusual health conditions since the nationwide vaccination rollout, and that nurses aren’t permitted to ask about potential adverse reactions to the shots.
Students at Park Point University received an email that said “action could be taken” over complaints of “misgendering” or “pronoun misuse,” according to the school’s anti-discrimination policy, Campus Reform reported.
“This is shameful action from the National Archives, and the misguided ‘alerts’ should be taken down immediately,” Brnovich wrote to U.S. Archivist David Ferriero. “There is nothing ‘harmful’ about our founding documents.”
Facebook announced a grant program Thursday to fund fact-checking groups combating the spread of “climate misinformation.” The program is designed to provide Facebook users with accurate and reliable information on topics related to climate change, such as sea levels and global warming.
Senate Republicans are joining with Democrats to work on a series of antitrust bills aimed at breaking up and regulating major tech companies.