How Wall Street and its investors with Washington’s help have entered the home and apartment rental market business
Alana Semuels is a San Francisco based staff writer for The Atlantic, where she writes about economics, housing and technology. In the past she has been staff writer for the Los Angeles Times and her work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe and other major publications. Alana holds a masters in global politics from the London School of Economics and received a degree in American History from Harvard. You can read Alana’s investigative stories at The Atlantic Monthly’s website, AtlanticMonthly.com
Webinar: Vaccines, Are they safe? Are they effective? Should they be mandatory?
In this webinar, Gary will be presenting his award winning documentary “The Deadly Deception.”
The session will begin with a panel of doctors and other medical professionals sharing their experiences with vaccines, their safety and efficacy, and their adverse effects, as well as the rising tide of regulations and vaccine mandates that threaten our children’s health and our freedom.
With mainstream information channels like Facebook, YouTube, and now Amazon taking unprecedented steps to censor the truth about vaccines, it’s more important than ever to learn the facts.