This past week, Dr. Michael Yeadon, the former chief science officer and ViP of Pfizer stated that it was "crazy" to give Covid vaccines to children, claiming the Covid vaccine kills "50 times" the number of children as the Covid virus. The political-corporate censorship machine - and his former employer Pfizer - landed on Yeadon like a ton of bricks, accusing him of lies and misinformation - and censored his media accounts.
But the data - the hard science - backs up Yeadon
by Niall Fitzgerald The lame-duck Huntington Town Board put on its December agenda, the approval of a land-use change for a controversial proposed low-income welfare housing development, just a few hundred feet away from Northport High School, called "Matinecock Court." The proposed welfare housing project has haunted Huntington for over 43 years. Its sponsor, a left-wing activist group called "Housing Help," has repeatedly sued Huntington claiming that Huntington residents
By Maureen Daly
Jason Johnson, age 42 of Bayville was arrested Sunday night in Glen Cove on illicit drug charges. Johnson is accused of possessing large quantities of cocaine, oxycodone and heroine with intent to sell. Johnson was arrested in possession of a digital scale and large amounts of cash.
Glen Cove Police made the arrest at 8:30 PM while investigating a suspicious condition on Mason Drive in Glen Cove. Detectives Brian Glennon and Christopher Paolillo, along wit
by Chris O'Neill A Glen Cove doctor, Konstantino Zarkadas, age 48, pleaded guilty on Nov. 12th to fraud related to the receipt of more than $3.7 million in COVID-19 related disaster relief loans. Zarkadas successfully applied for 11 loans made available through the Paycheck Protection (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDLP) programs that were enacted by Congress in March 2020 as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or "CARES" Act. Both t
by Niall Fitzgerald In a surprise development, New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams has asked Congressman Tom Suozzi (D-Glen Cove) to leave Congress and join his administration as Deputy Mayor of New York City. Suozzi has promised to "consider" Adams offer, and to give him an answer after Thanksgiving. Adams is widely credited as being a "moderate" Democrat. He serves as Brooklyn Borough President, and previously served from 2006 to 2013, as a member of the New York State S
By Nolan Cleary A fire at a Woodbury apartment complex forced over two dozen families out of their homes. The fire, which happened on Monday, November 1st, led to a response from over a dozen fire departments from around the Woodbury area. The fire occurred at the Eagle Rock apartment complex at Pond Road. The apartments are located adjacent to the Oyster Bay Golf Course and the Fox Hollow Inn, just off Jericho Turnpike in Woodbury. The fire reportedly started around 8 PM acc
by Chris O’Neill Republicans swept to huge victories across the North Shore: Oyster Bay Supervisor Joe Saladino won re-election with over with over 71%; Ed Smyth was elected Huntington Supervisor with 56%; Pam Panzenbeck was elected Glen Cove Mayor with 57%; and Jennifer DeSena became the first Republican Supervisor of North Hempstead in 35 years, winning with 54% of the vote. Both Nassau and Suffolk Counties experienced a “red wave,” with the Republican Party sweeping most
by Maureen Daly A reporter for the North Shore Leader, Chris O’Neill, was recognized recently at an international media conference in Lodz, Poland where he addressed the attendees. The conference was organized by members of Poland’s former anti-communist opposition, and featured the media and political organizations that fought for democracy and a free press against the communist dictatorship in 1980’s Poland. O'Neill is perhaps the only non-Pole awarded the "Anticommunist Ac
The emergence of a new COVID variant may have intensified the debate over whether or not children should be vaccinated, but the scientific verdict is clear: It supports the argument that we should be careful about vaccinating children against the COVID-19 because it is likely that more children will die of the vaccine than from Covid itself. The US Centers for Disease Control maintains - by law - a Vaccine Adverse Reaction program, or VAERS, to track deaths or injuries from r