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This Week with Mary + Polly
Mary Holland and Polly Tommey dive below the surface of the news landscape to provide a deeper understanding of what lurks beneath the headlines.
Hosts: Mary Holland, J.D., Polly Tommey
*The opinions expressed by the hosts and guests in this show are not necessarily the views of Children’s Health Defense.
Air Vaccines, Crumbling Narratives + Is It Safe to Fly? - This Week
On ‘This Week,’ Mary Holland and Polly Tommey take a journey through important headlines, providing viewers with a short summary and analysis of their contents. In this episode, they examine lawsuits, military and airline mandates, school lunches and more. Be sure to watch!
Groundbreaking Analysis: COVID Vaccines Caused 300,000 Excess Deaths, $147 Billion in Damage to Economy in 2022 Alone
Manitoba Family Suing AstraZeneca After Son's Stroke Following COVID Vaccination + More
How COVID Made McDonald's a Public Health Savior - With Help From U.S. Government
Why Listen to an Anesthesiologist in the Middle of a Pandemic?
AVAC on Twitter: Prevent disease. Strengthen the economy...
COVID Shots: Two if by Land, None if by Sea + More
'The Great Covid-19 Lie Machine': Stanford University Project Colluded With Feds, Social Media to Censor 'Misinformation'
RFK, Jr. and CHD Sue Biden, Fauci for Alleged Censorship
FAA Granted Medical Clearance to Pilot With History of 'Possible' Vaccine-Induced Myocarditis
FAA Quietly Updates Guidelines to Clear Some Pilots Previously Diagnosed With Guillain-Barré Syndrome
RFK, Jr. to Buttigieg: Airline Safety Is 'Not a Partisan Issue,' FAA Must Investigate Spike in Pilot Health Emergencies
Navy Lifts Deployment Restrictions on Sailors Not Vaccinated Against COVID-19 - USNI News
Courts Follow Culture - and the Culture Is Shifting
A puff of air could deliver your next vaccine
Pediatricians Must Advocate For Stricter Wireless Regulations to Protect Kids From Radiation, Scientists Say
Electromagnetic Radiation & Wireless
J&J Plans Appeal to Supreme Court After Legal Scheme to Dodge Liability in Talc Lawsuits Fails
Public Schools to Start Serving Kraft Lunchables, Thanks to 'Sweetheart Deal' With USDA