‘The Freedom of Information Act is dead’: High Court rules against Information Commissioner in UCC finding

A DECISION BY the Information Commissioner ordering University College Cork (UCC) to release records under Freedom of Information has been overturned by the High Court. The judgement was made after UCC challenged a decision by the Commissioner in 2018 that the university must disclose details of a loan provided to it by the European Investment Bank (EIB) …[continue reading]

Journalist Shane Dowling has been jailed for exposing paedophile judges and judicial bribery

Australian journalist Shane Dowling has been jailed for publishing articles exposing paedophile judges and judges taking bribes. The exact charge against Mr Dowling is contempt of court because he repeated in court on the 3rd of February 2017 part of an article he had published and also for publishing an article about the contempt proceedings …[continue reading]

Rockefeller Foundation Sued: $1 Billion For Infecting Citizens With Syphilis

Generally speaking, when we see lawsuits filed and court cases active, we expect them to be for relatively recent issues fresh on people’s minds – or at least, issues that are recollectable to individuals living today and not something that occurred well over 70 years ago. That being said, the Rockefeller Foundation is currently facing …[continue reading]


The Truth Factory suspects that something deeper is afoot with the recent de-platforming and demonetization of numerous accounts belonging to Conservative pundits on Facebook. She takes a look at the history of Facebook to find out what is going on. She reminds us of a DARPA project called LifeLog, which tracked users’ browsing, chat and banking histories – plus the …[continue reading]

Vox Host Tries Starting Adpocalypse Because Youtube Hasn’t Banned Steven Crowder

Tim Pool has an excellent podcast on YouTube and he’s found a new niche as a Left-of-Center journalist who’s appalled at the unhinged radicalization of the Left in the US. Lately, he’s been reporting on how journalism has been invaded and killed by what he calls “fringe activists” and that the data proves it. He says, …[continue reading]

Minnesota to Pay Homeowners to Make Their Lawns Bee-Friendly

Minnesota’s Legislature just approved a spending plan that would set aside $900,000 over one year to assist homeowners in turning their lawns into bee-friendly habitats. That’s right—the state of Minnesota wants to pay residents to make their lawns better for bees. The plan aims to replenish the food source of the rusty patched bumble bee—a fuzzy and …[continue reading]