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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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Survey Finds Most Brits Still Wearing Face Masks Despite No Legal Requirement

Survey Finds Most Brits Still Wearing Face Masks Despite No Legal Requirement Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, A new survey has found that Brits in most age groups are still wearing face masks at the same rate after July 19 despite there being no legal requirement to do so. A YouGov polls finds that only people in the youngest age group, 18-24-year-olds, have significantly reduced the wearing of a face covering since ‘freedom day’, when all restrictions were supposedly lifted. People aged 65+ actually increased usage of wearing face masks (83%) after the legal requirement was dropped while those aged 50-64 and 25-49 used them at roughly the same rate. “With young people less likely to be fully vaccinated (21% according to our latest tracker data), and more likely to have disabled their NHS COVID-19 app, the results highlight the increased risk young people are putting themselves – and others – in,” asserts YouGov. However, the efficacy of face masks still remains dubious at best, with one peer-reviewed study involving 6,000 participants in Denmark revealing that “there was no statistically significant difference between those who wore masks and those who did not when it came to being infected by Covid-19,” the Spectator reported. Mask use has slumped among 18-24 year olds following Freedom Day, from 58% before to 46% afterward. Use among other age groups remains largely unchangedhttps://t.co/d8xWbKlpx4 pic.twitter.com/Mkfpp0w7fS — YouGov (@YouGov) July 26, 2021 As previously highlighted, Dr Colin Axon, a SAGE advisor for the government, dismissed face masks as “comfort blankets” that do virtually nothing, noting that the COVID-19 virus particle is up to 5,000 times smaller than the holes in the mask. “The small sizes are not easily understood but an imperfect analogy would be to imagine marbles fired at builders’ scaffolding, some might hit a

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Government Adviser Who Warned Of 200,000 COVID Cases A Day Faces Scrutiny After Dramatic Fall In UK Infections

Government Adviser Who Warned Of 200,000 COVID Cases A Day Faces Scrutiny After Dramatic Fall In UK Infections Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Professor Neil Ferguson, the controversial epidemiologist who predicted there would be as many as 200,000 COVID cases a day in the UK if restrictions were lifted, is facing scrutiny after infections continued to drop for the 6th day in a row. The day before so-called ‘freedom day’ in England, where most mask mandates and social distancing restrictions were lifted, Ferguson was asked by the BBC’s Andrew Marr where the country was heading as a result. “It’s very difficult to say for certain, but I think 100,000 cases a day is almost inevitable,” said Ferguson, adding, “The real question is do we get to double that or higher? We could get to 200,000 cases a day.” Neil Ferguson, July 18: “100,000 cases a day is almost inevitable.”pic.twitter.com/kYw3jhHcl1 https://t.co/9dgimVEGks — Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) July 26, 2021 The professor went on to warn of “major disruption” to the NHS and the interruption of elective surgeries. Ferguson is being proven wrong by the statistics once again, which today showed there were 24,950 new coronavirus cases, the sixth consecutive daily fall. “Lockdown zealots will attribute this decline to the vaccines, but that begs the question of why they weren’t confident the vaccines would prevent cases from surging when they predicted armageddon last Monday?” asks Toby Young. As Christopher Snowdon highlights, the scientists who claimed England’s unlocking represented “a threat to world” are also being proven spectacularly wrong. SAGE government advisers who claimed that relaxing restrictions was “a dangerous and unethical experiment” also face embarrassment. In a superb touch, the graph under that quote in the Guardian article headlined ‘England’s Covid unlocking is threat to world, say 1,200 scientists’ automatically updates

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“An Excuse To Get To Be Racist”: ‘White Fragility’ Author Issues Warning On The Dangers Of The Comedy

“An Excuse To Get To Be Racist”: ‘White Fragility’ Author Issues Warning On The Dangers Of The Comedy Authored by Jonathan Turley, Mark Twain once said that “A sense of humor is the one thing no one will admit to not having.” Twain observation came to mind this week when Robin DiAngelo warned that “Comedy is . . . an excuse to get to be racist.” It appears that DiAngelo is moving from “White Fragility” to white comedy. The remarks of the author of the book “White Fragility” were carried on the Wisconsin-based non-profit Mythinformed. DiAngelo singled out “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons” as racist entertainment. For free speech advocates, the comments are concerning given the crackdown in other countries on comedians. DiAngelo explained how comedy is a dangerous gateway for racism: “Comedy is, I think, an excuse to get to be racist, right? I think TV shows like ‘Family Guy’ and ‘South Park’ and maybe a little bit ‘The Simpsons’ allowed White people to be racist self-consciously. Like, ‘I know I’m being racist and therefore it doesn’t count and it’s OK.’ I don’t think it’s benign to do it in a joking way. And there is a concept in comedy called punching up, not down. So if you want to punch up, there are very different power dynamics and it doesn’t hurt in the same way. It doesn’t invoke a deep, deep centuries-long history of oppression when you poke fun at say, White people. But it’s very, very different when you poke fun at people of color.” Thus, comedians would be allowed to “puke fun at say White People,” but not people of color. Notably, years ago, it was the Bush family condemning shows like The Simpson and Family Guy. The media widely panned them for the criticism and reminded them that this

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