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Religious Freedom

religionThe First Amendment grants the freedom of religious belief and practice. We believe that religious freedom is broader than just the right to attend a house of worship. It also protects individuals and organizations from having to sacrifice their personal value system to government or cultural dictum. Religious liberty enables us practice our beliefs legally, peacefully and publicly without retaliation.

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“Bizarro World”: Researcher Calls Out Censorship After Journal Pulls COVID-19 Vaccine Adverse Events Analysis

“Bizarro World”: Researcher Calls Out Censorship After Journal Pulls COVID-19 Vaccine Adverse Events Analysis Authored by Petr Svab via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Jessica Rose didn’t ask for any of this. She started to analyze data on adverse reactions after COVID-19 vaccines simply as an exercise to master a new piece of software. But she couldn’t ignore what she saw and decided to publish the results of her analysis. The next thing she knew, she was in a “bizzarro world,” she told The Epoch Times. An investigational pharmacy technician holds a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine before it is administered in a clinical trial in Aurora, Colorado, on Dec. 15, 2020. (Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images) A paper she co-authored based on her analysis was withdrawn by the academic journal Elsevier under circumstances that raised eyebrows among her colleagues. The journal declined to comment on the matter. Rose received her PhD in computational biology from the Bar-Ilan University in Israel. After finishing her post-doctoral studies on molecular dynamics of certain proteins, she was looking for a new challenge. Switching to a new statistical computing software, she was looking for an interesting data set to sharpen her skills on. She picked the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), a database of reports of health problems that have occurred after a vaccination and may or may not have been caused by it. A nurse administers a Covid-19 vaccine to a health and care staff member at the NHS Louisa Jordan Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland, on Jan. 23, 2021. (Jane Barlow/PA) She said she wasn’t looking for anything in particular in the data. “I don’t go in with questions,” she said. What she found, however, was disturbing to her. VAERS has been in place since 1990 to provide an early warning

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New York U.S. Congressional Candidate Andrew McCarthy Urges People to Get on Gab

The following article, New York U.S. Congressional Candidate Andrew McCarthy Urges People to Get on Gab, was first published on Big League Politics. U.S. Congressional candidate Andrew McCarthy of New York appeared on Big League Politics where he talked up Gab, the pro-free speech social media platform. “I’m really proud of what [Andrew Torba] has done over at Gab… You need to look into what’s going on over there because they have such a resilient network on the logistical side of things and the hardware side of things,” said McCarthy, who is an Air Force veteran and former military intelligence analyst running for Congress in the seat of the retiring pro-impeachment RINO, John Katko. McCarthy explained that Gab’s sidestepping of Big Tech’s infrastructure is what makes it such a promising platform for the protection of free speech in a digital age that is growing more Orwellian with each passing day. “You’re going to continue to see more [alternatives] because…Twitter is probably going to be on its way out for conservatives,” he said, referencing their capricious ban of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA). “It’s not complicated. They just lie to you about why they get you off these platforms, and that’s obviously not free speech. Like the old libertarian adage was like, ‘If you don’t like it, why don’t you go build your own?’ Well, they did, so go to Gab, go to these other options, and you can actually have a conversation like this,” McCarthy said. Big League Politics has reported on Twitter ramping up its censorship regime since the appointment of a left-wing, anti-American foreigner as new CEO: “Just one day after Parag Agrawal was named CEO of Twitter, the monopoly social media platform is instituting sweeping new content restrictions. Twitter is banning all “private media” from being shared on

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German Government Demands Big Tech Crack Down On Telegram, Other Free Speech Apps

Following threats to shut down the pro free speech encrypted messaging platform Telegram, the German government has stepped up its efforts by putting pressure on Apple and Google to take a more hands on approach to limiting the content people are sharing on the app. Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser claimed that the app is contributing to an acceleration of “right-wing extremism” and “conspiracy theories,” in the country. The minister tweeted “We remind #Apple and #Google of their social responsibility. As long as they offer apps like #Telegram in their stores, they are also a form of accelerator for #right-wing extremism and #conspiracy theories. No place for #hate and #calls for murder!” Wir erinnern #Apple und #Google an ihre gesellschaftliche Verantwortung. Solange sie Apps wie #Telegram in ihren Stores anbieten, sind sie auch eine Form von Brandbeschleuniger für #Rechtsextremismus und #Verschwörungstheorien. Kein Platz für #Hass und #Mordaufrufe! — Nancy Faeser (@NancyFaeser) January 19, 2022 In another tweet, Faeser asserted “Everyone has the #right to peaceful assembly. We draw the line when it comes to #hate and #baiting. #Right-wing extremists are increasingly abusing the #Corona demos for their ideology against the #state. We will crack down there with consistent #law enforcement.” Jeder hat das #Recht sich friedlich zu versammeln. Wir ziehen die Grenzen da, wo es um #Hass und #Hetze geht. #Rechtsextremisten missbrauchen die #Corona-Demos zunehmend für ihre Ideologie gegen den #Staat. Wir werden dort mit konsequenter #Strafverfolgung hart durchgreifen. — Nancy Faeser (@NancyFaeser) January 19, 2022 A further statement statement from Germany’s regional interior ministers specifically noted that those organising against the government’s COVID restrictions are using Telegram. “The social network Telegram and comparable providers serve people in Germany as a networking [platform for Covid protest movements], corona deniers and right-wing radicals,” the statement read. Last week, Faeser told the German media “We

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