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Neil Campbell

Neil lives in Canada and writes about society and politics.
Podcasters are inflating their download metrics advertising in junk online games.
Podcaster Metrics are Being Inflated Through Junk Online Games
Podcasters are padding their listener counts with spurious numbers originating from junk online games which trade digital loot in exchange for watching advertisements, a new report states. Author Ashley Carman summarized the scheme in a...
Mosquitos delivering vaccines is not a conspiracy as found in Malaria vaccination trials
Mosquitos Delivering Vaccines is Officially No Longer a ‘Conspiracy Theory’
There is good news and bad news for those who stood in opposition to the extreme establishment narratives peddled during the global Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination campaign. The good news is that another so-called...
The Philippines is expelling 40,000 Chinese workers after the government shutdown Chinese online gambling
Philippines Set to Expel 40,000 Chinese Workers Associated With Online Casinos
The Philippines is taking another step towards purging the illicit influence of the notorious Chinese Communist Party after the country’s Justice Department announced it would expel 40,000 Chinese workers associated with illegal online casinos. Spokesman Jose...
Denmark Banks Hand Out Blankets to Staff After Cutting Heating to 19 Degrees C
Danish banks are handing out blankets to chilly staff members after the government imposed regulations limiting the temperature in commercial buildings to 19 C (66.2 F). Peter Froulund, a spokesperson for Denmark’s sixth-largest bank, Arbejdernes...
The Inspector General says more than $45 billion was fraudulently siphoned from federal COVID UI stimulus.
Inspector General Says It Underestimated COVID Stimmy Fraud by $29.6 Billion
A new Memorandum released by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of Labor states that, based on new data received, a previous estimate of $16 billion in potentially fraudulent Coronavirus Disease...
Migrants exiled from Martha's Vineyard to a nearby military base say they want to return to the island because it was so beautiful.
Exiled Migrants Say Martha’s Vineyard So ‘Beautiful’ They Wish to Return
Some of the 50 illegal migrants who made headlines this month after being exported to the posh Democrat conclave of Martha’s Vineyard, before quickly being rounded up and exiled to a nearby military base, have...
Republican Attorneys General warned Visa, Mastercard, and American Express on a new tracking code targeting firearms retailers
24 GOP AGs Draw Line With Credit Card Giants on Firearms Sale Tracking Code
Attorneys General from 24 Republican states have warned credit card giants Visa, Mastercard, and American Express against a recently announced intention to install a new transaction code that will track transactions at firearms retailers. “Categorizing...
America is setting up for a Thanksgiving and Christmas cranberry shortage amid record drought
A Cranberry Shortage is Brewing With Thanksgiving Around the Corner
A Thanksgiving staple may be in jeopardy this November as American cranberry producers struggle with a seasonal drought that comes on the back of multiple seasons of flooding and other disasters. According to data from...
Imports to the Port of Los Angeles, America's largest maritime shipping hub, dropped 17% in August.
Imports to America’s Largest Maritime Hub Dropped a Staggering 17% Annually in August
Imports to the largest maritime shipping hub in America fell 16.8 percent year over year and almost the same month over month, confirming fears that both the United States and the world economy are entering...
Social credit nanny state sugar drink sin taxes failed to prevent the consumption of sugar, a study found.
Taxing Soda Simply Doesn’t Work, Study Finds
A recent scientific study has confirmed what many people have intuitively or experientially understood: nanny state “sin taxes,” specifically those levied on sugary drinks such as soda, simply don’t work. An August study published by...
Firms who can afford to transact in LNG to Europe are raking $133 million in profit per shipment under the current conditions
Traders are Profiting $133 Million Per Shipment to Send US Natural Gas to Europe
Firms who have pockets deep enough to transact in the world of liquified natural gas are profiting $133 million per shipment sending U.S. natural gas to Europe, a recent article stated. The comments were made...
The U.S. Army has told struggling soldiers to sign up for food stamps if inflation is proving too hot to handle.
Army Tells Soldiers to Use Food Stamps as Inflation Derails Middle Class
The United States Army has advised soldiers who are struggling to make ends meet on their current salary amid the nation’s inflationary crisis to take advantage of a food stamps program as a solution. Reported...