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Tim Kaelin
The Allagash Alien Abduction Of 1976

The Allagash Alien Abduction Of 1976

In American ufology - the study of Unidentified Flying Objects - a few particularly well-documented cases stand out. One of them occurred in Maine in August 1976. The lives of four men were about to change forever. Twin brothers Jack and Jim Weiner had met Chuck Rak and Charlie Foltz at the Massachusetts College of Art where they were all enrolled. The four pals shared a love of fishing, too. On the second night out camping in the North American wilderness, the group had spotted a bright object in the sky. Jim described what they saw: "It was just floating...

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Gun Sales Rise Dramatic Among COVID-19 Fears

Gun Sales Rise Dramatic Among COVID-19 Fears

As the numbers of cases of COVID-19 continue to rise, so do the numbers of gun sales. According to an analysis recently released by Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting (SAAF), a record 2.5 million guns were sold in March. That figure is up 85% compared with the same month last year. Even with gun shops shut down by order of some mayors and governors, Americans still set records. The FBI reported a record 3.7 million background checks in March. The previous record was 3.3 million in December 2015. This is all before statistics for April are in, but SAAF expects...

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Tim Kaelin
Harvard Professor And 2 Chinese Arrested For Biosmuggling

Harvard Professor And 2 Chinese Arrested For Biosmuggling

In late January 2020, as the Wuhan novel coronavirus began to gain international notoriety, the U.S. Department of Justice revealed that three individuals were caught trying to smuggle biological research materials abroad. They have been charged with helping the People's Republic of China. A Justice Department bulletin dated January 28 announced that 60-year-old Dr. Charles Lieber, the Chair of Harvard University's Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department, and two Chinese nationals posing as students had been charged with multiple crimes. Lieber had been arrested that morning and appeared later that day in federal court in Boston, Massachusetts, facing one count of...

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AG Barr Compares State Lockdowns To House Arrest

AG Barr Compares State Lockdowns To House Arrest

The United States Attorney General William "Bill" Barr stook another firm stand recently against prolonging the agony being inflicted on the American people by unexpected and dramatic government interference with our daily lives. Barr went on record to say that state-ordered stay-at-home orders are "disturbingly close to house arrest." In a radio broadcast with talk show host Hugh Hewitt, Barr reminded everyone that the extraordinary measures taken in response to international health and safety warnings of a highly-infectious viral infection were only and always meant to be temporary: "There are very, very burdensome impingements on liberty and we adopted them...

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