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Should the Canadian government travel advisory be removed? Does it matter?

On March 13th, 2020, the Government of Canada issued a Global Travel Advisory advising Canadians to 'avoid non-essential travel' (aka leisure travel) outside of Canada until further notice. Nearly 19 months later, that advisory is still in place. Does the advisory really mean anything? Well, the advisory has been in place the... go to Article >

Biden admin considering harsh new restrictions on travel to the US to combat Omicron variant

1 Day ago News Source: Theblaze.com

The Biden administration is considering far more restrictive requirements on travelers to the U.S. in the wake of the threat of a resurgence from the omicron variant of the coronavirus. President Joe Biden previously announced a travel ban... read more

Omicron variant: Employers in 'wait and see' mode on returning to the office

2 Days ago Other Source: Aol.com

As the world awaits scientific data sufficient to predict risks of COVID-19’s latest variant, Omicron, U.S. companies are considering whether they need to rethink their still nascent return-to-office policies. “The questions we're getting from... read more

Futures Rebound Fizzles On Slowing iPhone Demand, Omicron Fears

0 Days ago Politics Source: Zerohedge.com

Futures Rebound Fizzles On Slowing iPhone Demand, Omicron Fears U.S. index futures regained some ground alongside Asian markets while European stocks slumped to session lows in a delayed response to yesterday's late Omicron-driven... read more

Roadmap for Prosecuting COVID Crimes

4 Days ago Other Source: Articles.mercola.com

Francis Boyle is a repeat guest; I’ve interviewed him twice in 2020 about the likelihood of SARS-CoV-2 having been engineered in a lab. Boyle’s background includes an undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago, a juris doctor (lawyer)... read more

Interview with Joor CEO, Kristin Savilia

1 Day ago Entertainment Source: Fashionunited.com

Image: Fabric PR Interview Despite the surge in direct to consumer, wholesale is still a key element to fashion business. That’s where companies like Joor come in. Joor is a global wholesale platform facilitating over 50 billion... read more

Travel hacks: Ways it pays to read the fine print

21 Days ago Travel Source: Cheapflights.com

Fine print – the tiny legalese that appears just before you click to book a trip, check a bag or use a credit card or you suddenly hear about in the event of a long flight delay or an overbooked flight – is often seen but not read. But taking the... read more

Noam Chomsky Goes Off The Deep End – Proving That All Socialism Leads To Tyranny

27 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Noam Chomsky Goes Off The Deep End – Proving That All Socialism Leads To Tyranny Authored by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.us, I was recently watching a new interview with 92-year-old Noam Chomsky, a figure of general worship among... read more

Racial covenants, a relic of the past, are still on the books across the country

15 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

Inga Selders, a city council member in a suburb of Kansas City, wanted to know if there were provisions preventing homeowners from legally having backyard chickens. So she combed through deeds in the county recorder's office for two days looking... read more

Mandatory Vaccination & The Failure Of Modern Constitutional Law

16 Days ago Politics Source: Zerohedge.com

Mandatory Vaccination & The Failure Of Modern Constitutional Law Authored by Bob Fielder via The Libertarian Institute,  Stare Decisis is an old Latin phrase meaning “Let wrong decisions of the Court stand.” The term is more... read more

Rabobank: Some Very Rich People Are Going To Be *Very* Wrong On Some Of Their Recent Calls

10 Days ago Politics Source: Zerohedge.com

Rabobank: Some Very Rich People Are Going To Be *Very* Wrong On Some Of Their Recent Calls By Michael Every of Rabobank Help!...It's the Blair Bear Bunch As a kid, I vaguely recall watching Saturday re-runs of a second-tier... read more