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Interview from the front lines in Ukraine: Why Belarusians join the fight against Russia?

Today we’re speaking to Pavel Kulazhanka, a Belarusian dissident who lived in New York before the war in Ukraine started. Soon after the invasion began, he decided to volunteer and join the Ukrainian army to fight Russia. Pavel is now a member of the Kastuś Kalinoŭski Battalion, one of the Belarusian volunteer military units that […]

‘You’re gonna see what happens when you push American people around too far’: Mike Landis, The People’s Convoy

The People’s Convoy is scheduled to continue in Sacramento for the next two weeks, protesting California’s controversial pandemic-related bills, which the protesters call “The Tyrannical Ten.” Watch our exclusive interview with The People’s Convoy co-organizer Mike Landis — on the movement, politics, pandemic, upcoming plans for The People’s Convoy, and more. The state’s controversial pandemic-related […]

‘Defeat the Mandates’ rally comes to Los Angeles this Sunday — joined by doctors, celebrities and truckers

As the pandemic has disappeared from news radars almost completely and COVID-19 cases and deaths continue the downslide slope, the mandates persist. One of the states with no end in sight is California. In fact, while mask and vax pass requirements are being dropped throughout the state, a set of highly controversial bills are being […]

The People’s Convoy from CA to DC: all you need to know

The US People’s Convoy is starting the route to the nation’s capital. Initially, the Convoy movement originated in Canada on January 17th in response to the new federal vaccine mandate that came into effect for cross-border truck drivers on January 15th. The new rule requires unvaccinated Canadian truck drivers that return to Canada to get […]

Trudeau invokes the Emergencies Act, Ottawa Police Chief resigns: all you need to know

On Monday, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the never-before-used Emergencies Act, previously known as the War Measures Act. The decision comes in amid the continuous anti-mandate protests taking place all over the country and in Ottawa for over three weeks. What is the Emergencies Act? The Emergencies Act has become federal law in 1988. […]

Freedom Convoy arrives in Ottawa as Trudeau self-isolates at home

Despite several challenges along the way, including roads and highways closures, Freedom Convoy has successfully made it to Ottawa. On wheels and by foot, Canadian protesters flow to the capital center where the anti-mandate rally is scheduled to kick off tomorrow. The trucker protest started in the early morning of January 17th, shortly after the […]

New Yorkers protest Covid mandates, activists arrested

New Yorkers continue protesting the city’s vax and mask mandates. Monday, December 27th marked the start of the city’s Covid vax mandate for private businesses — at this point, the only mandate of this kind in the nation. Anti-mandate protesters held another rally and marched through Brooklyn Bridge, demanding Mayor-elect Eric Adams to end the […]

Fully-vaccinated traveler from South Africa is the first confirmed Omicron case in the US

The next day after the CDC announced increased surveillance at the major US airports, the first confirmed Omicron case has been detected in a fully-vaccinated traveler from South Africa. “The California and San Francisco departments of public health and the CDC have confirmed that a recent case of COVID-19 among an individual in California was […]

Over 40 senators join efforts to officially challenge Biden’s vaccine mandate

President Biden officially announced the vaccine mandate on November 4th. It came through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) rule that would require private-sector employees to submit proof of vaccination or get tested weekly, effective January 4th. The current version of the temporary rule applies to companies with over 100 […]