Got to thinking about the hundred mile drive to Medford and the back roads where there is no cell service.  Got to thinking about a man who had an appointment to meet a sheriff and was ambushed and murdered.  So I opted to do a whole bunch more work and file by certified mail with return receipt.
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Archive: TWFTT 11-28-22

Reclaim the Net – by Ken Macon

About one million Australians are not aware of, or are ignoring, a  tax office requirement with only one week to go before the deadline, Sky News Australia reported. Continue reading “Australian company directors have just one week to be forced into mandatory digital ID”

Breitbart – by John Hayward

Protesters thronged the streets of cities across China over the weekend – defying a brutal crackdown from the Communist regime – to demand an end to coronavirus lockdowns and the resignation of dictator Xi Jinping. Continue reading “China: Years of Lockdown Abuses Trigger Anti-Communist Protests Nationwide”

Slay – by Frank Bergman

Dr. Anthony Fauci knew that masking was “ineffective” while he pushed for mask mandates to be enforced in schools, businesses, and public places across America, new evidence from the top U.S. health official’s deposition has revealed. Continue reading “Fauci Knew Masking Was ‘Ineffective’ While Pushing Mask Mandates, Deposition Reveals”

Daily Mail

Controversial Washington Post journalist Taylor Lorenz has slammed her own newspaper’s reporting on China and its opposition of Covid lockdowns in the country. Continue reading “Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz slams her OWN paper for opposing Chinese COVID lockdowns”

Gateway Pundit – by Anthony Scott

The Washington Post recently wrote a lengthy piece about  “Downstate” a play about pedophiles.

In the article, the play about pedophiles is described as “brilliant”. Continue reading “Washington Post Describes Play About Pedophiles “Brilliant””

Washington Post – by Carolyn Beans

On a clear August morning in southeastern Pennsylvania, more than a dozen adults and children stood in a park pavilion, listening to mealworms sizzling in a hot pan. They were learning about entomophagy — the human consumption of insects — from Lisa Sanchez, a naturalist with the Lancaster County Department of Parks and Recreation, who has taught the practice for 25 years.

Continue reading “Salted ants. Ground crickets. Why you should try edible insects.”

Fox News

Portland, Oregon, clothing shop permanently shut down this month after facing a string of break-ins that has left the store financially gutted, according to a note posted to the front of the store.  Continue reading “Portland store shuts down, posts blistering note on front door slamming rampant crime: ‘city is in peril’”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

Three participants suffered heart attacks and 125 others required medical assistance following the Behobia-San Sebastián half-marathon last week. According to America’s Frontline News, 33 runners reportedly required hospitalization.  Continue reading “Three Runners Suffer Heart Attacks and 125 Other Requires Medical Attention Following Spanish Half-Marathon”

Reclaim the Net – by Dan Frieth

Some Brazilians protesting President Jair Bolsonaro’s defeat are having their bank accounts frozen. The reports come days after the electoral court ordered the blocking of major social media accounts disputing the results.  Continue reading “Brazilians protesting election results have their bank accounts frozen”

Revolver, November 19, 2022

Just days ago, Bloomberg estimated 30-year-old Sam Bankman-Fried’s (SBF) personal wealth at an astonishing $16 billion. Now, the disgraced FTX founder is essentially bankrupt, and if there is a shred of justice in the world, soon headed for prison. Continue reading “FTX on Steroids: Is “Tether” the Biden World’s Crypto BCCI?”

Yahoo News

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A gun rights group, sheriff and gun store owner filed an emergency motion in federal court late Wednesday seeking to stop enforcement of one of the strictest gun control laws in the nation. Continue reading “Group files emergency motion to stop Oregon gun control law”

Yahoo News

Irene Cara, the actress, singer and Oscar-winning composer best known for crooning the title tracks to ‘80′s hit films “Fame” and “Flashdance,” has died in her Florida home. She was 63. Continue reading “Irene Cara, singer of title tracks for ‘80s films ‘Flashdance’ and Fame’ dead at 63”