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Enjoy your civil liberties while you still can

Enjoy your civil liberties while you still can

Kevin J. Johnston and Pastor Art Pawlowski join us to discuss civil liberties and Saturday’s freedom march in Edmonton.All of my content is completely, 100%, viewer supported and funded. Thank you for your kindness to keep information like this coming.Fear is the Virus t-shirts: https://teespring.com/stores/laura-lynns-store-2Donate at:www.lauralynn.tvGo Get Funding : https://bit.ly/2uZw7cDPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/LauraLynnThompsonE-Transfer to Email: lauralynnlive@gmail.comYoutube: https://bit.ly/2VS4RqeTwitter: @LauraLynnTTFacebook: Laura-Lynn Tyler ThompsonParler: …

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Ottawa’s $1.5-billion foreign-aid initiative has spent only $120,000 so far

Morning Update: Ottawa’s $1.5-billion foreign-aid initiative has spent only $120,000 so far

Globe and Mail – https://www.theglobeandmail.com/amp/canada/article-morning-update-ottawas-15-billion-foreign-aid-initiative-has-spent/ Apple News – https://apple.news/Aezys27BMSD-ART-OUIwovw Good morning, Nearly three years after announcing $1.5-billion for two foreign-aid financing programs, the Liberal government has, so far, only spent $120,000 of that money. Initially touted as groundbreaking initiatives to bring new funding to developing countries, the department of Global Affairs says the programs have been stalled …

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Ottawa turned off ‘wrong tap’ on pandemic surveillance, former intelligence adviser says

Ottawa turned off ‘wrong tap’ on pandemic surveillance, former intelligence adviser says

When it came to the novel coronavirus, this meant prioritizing information provided by the Chinese government and the World Health Organization over potentially valuable clues from “informal” sources that might better indicate how aggressively the virus was spreading, and what steps are needed contain it. Such information, known as open-source intelligence, was dismissed within the department as merely “rumours,” the analysts said.