Why This Vaccinated First Responder Is Fighting De Blasio’s New Mandate

Back when New York City was filled with sirens around the clock, FDNY Emergency Medical Services Captain Anthony Almojera responded to a Brooklyn address and encountered a man in a wheelchair who said he was worried about his mother.
The man explained that his handicap restricted him to the first floor while his mother slept on the second. She had been experiencing mild, COVID-like symptoms and had failed to come down to make his breakfast as she usually did. She had not responded when he repeatedly called to her, and he had finally dialed 911.

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Why This Vaccinated First Responder Is Fighting De Blasio’s New Mandate

Back when New York City was filled with sirens around the clock, FDNY Emergency Medical Services Captain Anthony Almojera responded to a Brooklyn address and encountered a man in a wheelchair who said he was worried about his mother.
The man explained that his handicap restricted him to the first floor while his mother slept on the second. She had been experiencing mild, COVID-like symptoms and had failed to come down to make his breakfast as she usually did. She had not responded when he repeatedly called to her, and he had finally dialed 911.

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Why This Vaccinated First Responder Is Fighting De Blasio’s New Mandate

Back when New York City was filled with sirens around the clock, FDNY Emergency Medical Services Captain Anthony Almojera responded to a Brooklyn address and encountered a man in a wheelchair who said he was worried about his mother.
The man explained that his handicap restricted him to the first floor while his mother slept on the second. She had been experiencing mild, COVID-like symptoms and had failed to come down to make his breakfast as she usually did. She had not responded when he repeatedly called to her, and he had finally dialed 911.

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Good morning, it’s Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. The news cycle of the last 24 hours includes a guilty plea by the shooter in the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the apparent discovery of murder suspect Brian Laundrie’s remains in a state park, and Donald Trump’s plans for a new social media app designed to “stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech.” And that’s just from Florida.
Meanwhile, the U.S.

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Who Killed Colin Powell?

In the past two weeks, COVID-19 has struck three well-known people. Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who had been fully vaccinated, died on Monday due to complications from the virus. Meanwhile, two men who had refused vaccination—conservative radio talk show host Dennis Prager and Texas gubernatorial candidate Allen West—caught the virus but survived. On Fox News, these stories are being exploited to cast doubt on COVID vaccines and to suggest that people should rely instead on “natural immunity” or therapeutic drugs.

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JAN MOIR: Move over Cinderella, here’s Meghan’s fairy tale

JAN MOIR: Move over Cinderella, here’s Meghan’s fairy tale… After the Duchess of Sussex’s letter to US leaders, here is a royally entertaining re-write of what she may have really meant
By Jan Moir for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:11 EDT, 21 October 2021 | Updated: 17:43 EDT, 21 October 2021

Dear Leader Charles Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi — I’m not an elected official, not yet anyway. I’m not a politician either, but watch this space.
I am, like many, an engaged citizen and a plugged-in parent.

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JAN MOIR: Move over Cinderella, here’s Meghan’s fairy tale

JAN MOIR: Move over Cinderella, here’s Meghan’s fairy tale… After the Duchess of Sussex’s letter to US leaders, here is a royally entertaining re-write of what she may have really meant
By Jan Moir for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:11 EDT, 21 October 2021 | Updated: 17:43 EDT, 21 October 2021

Dear Leader Charles Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi — I’m not an elected official, not yet anyway. I’m not a politician either, but watch this space.
I am, like many, an engaged citizen and a plugged-in parent.

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JAN MOIR: Move over Cinderella, here’s Meghan’s fairy tale

JAN MOIR: Move over Cinderella, here’s Meghan’s fairy tale… After the Duchess of Sussex’s letter to US leaders, here is a royally entertaining re-write of what she may have really meant
By Jan Moir for the Daily Mail
Published: 17:11 EDT, 21 October 2021 | Updated: 17:43 EDT, 21 October 2021

Dear Leader Charles Schumer and Speaker Nancy Pelosi — I’m not an elected official, not yet anyway. I’m not a politician either, but watch this space.
I am, like many, an engaged citizen and a plugged-in parent.

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Rewards for freedom of thought

If the North Korean regime ever collapses on its own, the Nobel Peace Prize ought to go to this group: older people in North Korea. According to Radio Free Asia, these citizens are now banned from parks and other public places because they criticize the regime too much during their daily chats. After decades of forcefully stifling dissent, the regime can’t seem to banish freedom of thought.
That such a freedom exists widely in North Korea is a testament to the power of universal truth in individual conscience and to the liberty that enables each person to see others as free.

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