In the era of blogs and podcasts and independent, streaming news, I’ve been hesitant to agree when people blame “the media” for our problems. Personally, I can’t imagine taking CNN or MSNBC’s word for anything. I certainly don’t agree with everything I hear on Fox and I can’t imagine slogging through a daily diet of..
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What my critics have in common.. The times in which we live: In the event we return to public health sanity across the globe someday, and my current outrage appears incomprehensible, I note at the outset that Australia has, at this writing, descended into public health totalitarianism, complete with mandatory apps designed to keep you..
Let this one sink in… “They adapted the mice using human fetal tissue by the way.” Not only is the Commie virus (Covid 19), a pathogen designed by human beings, its very engineering was made possible by human fetal cell tissue used to “humanize” mice.. It’s mentioned as an aside by Chris Waldburger here, but..
A Vaccine That Adds Up to Nothing Let’s ponder some Pfizer vaccine numbers reported by Alex Berenson that you can’t really discuss without being banned by Twitter. Most of Berenson’s blogs are free, but his paid content is worth paying for. Here’s his report on Pfizer’s clinical trial. The study included 44,000 people, half of..
Can we think this through a bit? Nothing, absolutely nothing, about Covid adds up for me. Ponder a few largely indisputable facts, and then the reasonable questions those facts inspire… It was a man-made virus, hatched in a Communist laboratory, paid for, in part, by American tax dollars. Why? Gain of function research is defended..
So, following on Bill De Blasio’s New York inoculation edict, I guess the Secretary of Defense is the most recent public authority to call for mandatory vaccination among active duty members of the armed forces. My abiding question: let’s just suppose, for the sake of argument, the good folks in public health, and the politicians who..
“Bobby Martin had already stuffed his pockets full of stones..” With the possible exception of cafeteria pizza on Fridays, nothing feels, to me, more “late 20th century public school” than reading and discussing Shirley Jackson’s 1948 short story, “The Lottery” I think, in my own case, we may have been assigned it twice, and it..
Professional attire, these days, seems to demand a mask. Last night, at a local board of education meeting, the sheriff’s deputy wore one. The district staff all had them on. The board’s general counsel, I think, was wearing hers. A few of the board members had them on. They appear, moreover, to be color-coordinated, as..
A Dream: The rooftop patio of a red brick restaurant. Bougainvillea, Spanish iron hinges everywhere, flamboyant Toucans, a great concourse of friends and family — and Joe Biden, who is my responsibility for some reason. He’s standing in one of those shower stalls you see on the beach, except that it’s up on the top..
Joe’s a charmer.. (more…)