Daily Archives: January 20, 2023

Archaeologists In Norway May Have Found The First Runestone

Oldest Runestone

Experts say that the 2,000-year-old artifact is the oldest datable runestone in the world and may provide researchers with valuable knowledge about the early days of runic writing. Alexis Pantos/Museum of Cultural History/University of OsloA piece of the runestone found in Tyrifjord, Norway. Runes, the characters that make up several early Germanic alphabets, were used […]

Jim Garrison, The D.A. Who Investigated The JFK Assassination

District Attorney Jim Garrison

In 1967, prosecutor Jim Garrison accused Clay Shaw of conspiring with government agencies to assassinate President John F. Kennedy — but many believe it was all for media attention. Less than a year after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, in 1963, an official government investigation into his death found that Kennedy’s […]

Did Moderna CEO ‘Admit’ to Making COVID-19 Vaccine Before the Disease Had a Name?


Claim: The CEO of Moderna “admitted” during the 2023 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos that the company was making a COVID-19 vaccine in January of 2020 “before SARS-CoV-2 even had a name.” Rating: Context It is neither a “breaking” revelation nor an “admission” that Moderna was working on a vaccine for the newly discovered […]

This $7 Lipstick Is Selling Out for Looking Good on Everyone

This 7 Lipstick Is Selling Out for Looking Good on - This $7 Lipstick Is Selling Out for Looking Good on Everyone

TikTok has become a one-stop destination for all things tricks and recommendations, especially when it comes to beauty. Reading about a product is one thing, but seeing first-hand videos of consumers giving them a try is one reliable and entertaining way to discover the latest and greatest in beauty buys. TikTok’s latest beauty product phenomenon […]

The Colfax Massacre, One Of The Worst Racial Attacks Of Reconstruction

Colfax Massacre

After the 1872 gubernatorial election in Louisiana, KKK members and former Confederates stormed a courthouse occupied by Black militiamen — and killed as many as 150 of them. Public DomainFollowing the Colfax Massacre, Black families in the small Louisiana town buried their dead. Over 150 died in the race massacre. In 1873, the losing side […]