We strive to be factually accurate in all our commentary; however, mistakes may occasionally happen. Please email [email protected] to submit corrections.
An earlier version of our article originally entitled “New Study Shows Ivermectin Reduces Risk of Death By 92%” (published on 9/8/2022, link: https://dcenquirer.com/ivermectin-coronavirus-study/ ) discussed a study in Brazil about ivermectin’s use fighting Covid-19. The study cited has been disputed due to selection bias. The title has been changed to “New Study Suggests Ivermectin Reduces Risk of Death By 92%,” and a note with additional information has been appended to the article. We apologize for any ambiguity.
An earlier version of our article entitled “Pretext to War: Putin Formally Recognizes Pro-Russian Separatists Regions Independent from Ukraine” (published on 2/22/22, link: https://dcenquirer.com/putin-separatists-regions-independent/ ) mistakenly stated that as of 2019, Russia supplies “almost two-thirds of the EU’s oil supply and almost three-quarters of the EU’s natural gas supply.” Those figures are actually 27% and 41%, respectively. Moreover, the figures represent portions of the EU’s imports, not total energy supply. The article has been corrected, and we apologize for the error.
An earlier version of an article published on 2/26/22 (link here: https://dcenquirer.com/biden-failed-evacuation-six-months/ ) mistakenly stated that the Biden Administration was seeking to send CBP personnel to Ukraine. The title has been updated to say Poland. We apologize for the error.