December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Kamikaze drones: A new weapon brings power and peril to the U.S. military Some experts believe the spread of low-cost, light-weight "killer" drones will change ground warfare as profoundly as the machine gun did.

DUGWAY PROVING GROUND, Utah — The killer drone whooshed out of its launch tube, spreading its carbon wings and shooting into the sky. Flying too fast for the naked eye to track, the battery-powered robot circled the Utah desert, hunting for the …

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Man busted for assault set free, allegedly beats two random NYC women – then cut loose again

A homeless man charged with beating a guy last year was dumped back on the street thanks to so-called bail reform, only to allegedly pummel two women in Upper West Side attacks Thursday — and be freed again. Darrell Johnson, 23, left one of his …

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Endangered Whale Gives Birth While Entangled in Fishing Rope

Scientists spotted an endangered right whale dragging a length of fishing rope caught in its mouth as it swam with a newborn calf off the Georgia coast, a rare confirmation of a birth by an entangled whale that experts determined they can’t safely attempt to help. The baby whale appeared healthy and uninjured when an aerial survey team spotted it Thursday alongside its ensnared mother near Cumberland Island, Georgia, said Clay George, a wildlife biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. It was the second newborn right whale confirmed in the Atlantic waters of the Southeastern U.S. during the…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Gum Disease Bacteria a New Treatment Target for Alzheimer's? (Dysfunction causes gingivitis bacteria to proliferate)

An oral, experimental medication that targets the bacteria that causes gum disease may offer a “new treatment paradigm” for mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Results from the phase 2/3 GAIN trial of atuzaginstat, which targets the gum bacteria Porphyromonas gingivalis (Pg), suggest the pathogen is a “potential driver of AD.” Low-Grade Chronic Infection Pg is associated with gum disease, gingivitis, and periodontal disease. Periodontal disease affects about 65 million Americans. Evidence linking inflammation with AD is “consistent with the idea there’s…a low-grade chronic infection that’s causing this inflammatory response,” Detke said. He noted that 22 of the last 25…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

A Question for Congress: Who’ll Buy the Government Debt?

As Congress debates multitrillion-dollar spending plans, a number of questions hang over Washington. Representatives ask how much they’ll get for their favorite programs. Bureaucrats ask how much their budgets will grow. It seems no one is askin…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Popeyes Is Giving Away Free Food for 12 Days Straight

The 12 days of Christmas might’ve had gold rings and a partridge in a pear tree, but you know what it didn’t have? Fried chicken sandwiches and Cajun fries. To celebrate the holiday season, the venerated New Orleans-based fast food chain is kicking things off with the 12 Days of Popeyes. The nearly two-week-long sweepstakes, which kicks off today and runs through December 17, will give you the chance to win free food and discounts every single day. To play, log into your Popeyes app or the website and start unlocking exclusive daily deals. While we don’t have too many…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Professors Face Prosecution for Study Finding Migrants Commit More Rapes

Professors from Sweden’s Lund University are facing prosecution from the country’s Ministry of Education for their “ethics” behind a paper demonstrating how most rapes are committed by migrants. Professor Kristina Sundquist …

December 6, 2021 | by chris future

Casedemic: The Hideous Scandal Of The Irredeemably Flawed PCR Test

Casedemic: The Hideous Scandal Of The Irredeemably Flawed PCR Test

Authored by Ian McNulty via The Brownstone Institute,

Investigating the cause of a disease is like investigating the cause of a crime. Just as the detection of a suspect’s…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Whitewashing AIDS History(a skeleton in Fauxchi's cloest?)

In my book, I recount how slow the federal government was in publicizing the use of Bactrim and other sulfa drugs to prevent PCP (the pneumonia that was then the leading killer of people with AIDS) in addition to its long-time and well-known use to tre…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

This single action Colt can’t fire itself. (John Schneider)

John Schneider: "Share this with your friends if they are still apt to believe that a handgun can load and fire itself." Video at link:

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

AMERICA PRAYER VIGIL (DECEMBER 7, 2021) *PRAYER*

Join together with fellow FREEPERS to pray for AMERICA: For those in Authority in Government, Family, Military, Business, Healthcare, Education, Churches, and the Media.I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession, and thanksgiving …

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

New York CEO fires 900 employees on Zoom call (Video)

The CEO of New York-based online mortgage lender Better.com has sacked a total of 900 employees with immediate effect during a now-viral Zoom call. Better.com’s chief executive Vishal Garg has slammed the ex-workers for allegedly stealing from c…

December 6, 2021 | by chris future

Looters Target California Pot Shops, Steal $5 Million Of Product

Looters Target California Pot Shops, Steal $5 Million Of Product

After a year of increasing retail thefts across the San Francisco Bay Area, thieves are becoming more brazen as they unleash ‘flash mob’ lootings at high-end retail stores. C…

December 6, 2021 | by Chris Future

Ghislaine Maxwell said Jeffrey Epstein needed to have sex three times a day, woman testifies

New York (CNN)A woman who has accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse testified Monday that Ghislaine Maxwell set up their meetings and spoke often about sexual topics — including Epstein’s carnal needs. “She said that he needed to have sex about three times a day,” the woman told the court. The woman, testifying under the pseudonym “Kate,” took the stand Monday morning to start the second week of Maxwell’s federal trial on charges including sex trafficking of minors. Kate is not considered a minor victim in the charges because she was over the age of consent at the time of…

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