It appears reliable news is now an endangered species. Don’t get me wrong. I like honest reporting. Though Fox News Channel and its radio counterpart do offer what I consider more fair and balanced than most other networks, it's not the coverage, it's the lack of substance. All networks have fallen into the trap into … Continue reading Why I Stopped Watching Fox News
Actual Annual Death Rates Unchanged Last week, Johns Hopkins University published a now-deleted article explaining a study examining the effects of the novel coronavirus on United States death totals using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Genevieve Briand, the assistant program director of the Applied Economics master's degree program at Johns Hopkins, determined, in the … Continue reading Johns Hopkins published then deleted an article questioning the U.S. coronavirus death rate
Our worst case scenario is what happens when the Democrats gain control and hand it over to the Progressive Left, who then begin the real transformation of America. Here is what to expect after the Senate and the Presidency is controlled by Democrats: Higher taxes High unemployment 52 States (DC and Puerto Rico) which will … Continue reading America’s Worst Case Scenario Is About To Begin
This video provides one of the most erudite and informative looks at Covid-19 and the consequences of lockdowns. As AIER notes, it was remarkable this week to watch as it appeared on YouTube and was forcibly taken down only 2 hours after posting. https://www.aier.org/article/an-education-in-viruses-and-public-health-from-michael-yeadon-former-vp-of-pfizer/ The copy below is hosted on LBRY, a blockchain video application. In a … Continue reading “Pandemic is Over” – Former Pfizer Chief Science Officer Says “Second Wave” Faked On False-Positive COVID Tests
What is Biden's Remorse? it's a lot like buyers remorse. Biden’s remorse is that same sinking feeling of “now that you own it, it isn’t that exciting after all.” Biden comes off as someone trying to be a good leader, but it just seems so out of character because you have never really seen him … Continue reading Biden’s Remorse
Let me state up front that I have zero credibility. I am not trained in economics nor do I hold any special science or psychology degrees. I have been in broadcasting and communications with some marketing for a few decades, so I know as much as anyone with an opinion. Looking ahead to 2021 America … Continue reading The Red Pill
The Following is a transcript of the Speaking Out Podcast. The thought had crossed my mind over the last few days to do a little digging as to exactly why coronavirus cases are going up so dramatically around the world, and they've been doing so now for about six to eight weeks. There was an … Continue reading What’s Driving COVID Numbers Will Shock You
“Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, … Continue reading Tyranny in 90 Days Or Less
"When my love swears that she is made of truth,I do believe her, though I know she lies,That she might think me some untutored youth,Unlearnèd in the world’s false subtleties." - W, Shakespeare, Sonnet 138 When George Floyd was pinned down because he was intoxicated, the only thing that mattered was that we was the … Continue reading Deception in the Name of Truth
Source: Radio Free Asia. Hair Tang from RFA’s Mandarin Service, translated and edited by Luisetta Mudie This is a wake up call to the subtle way our own media is developing a relationship with the Democratic Party, as are hi-tech companies doing the same when they attempt to prohibit free speech based on arbitrary and … Continue reading How Free Is Our Press?
An Essay Thank God I have my memories. Not often while I am working on some tedious project a memory will pass through my mind. This one was when my oldest boy was about 15 and we were coming back from a sleepover with a few of his friends on Pine Island, a rustic, old-Florida … Continue reading There is Refuge
You could make the argument that America’s wealth should be shared by the entire world. After all, Americans came from all parts of the world. Each immigrant brought the experience, culture and courage of their homeland to this country, where freedom allowed these newly-arriving immigrants to exploit their talents to the fullest. You can make … Continue reading Because They Will Feel Protected
I used to read an English edition of a Chinese newspaper and I came to realize that they, the Chinese government and the media they control, pretty much tell the people what they want them to think, which is that everything is okay. I thought about people, I thought about how it makes someone feel … Continue reading A Republic of the Highest Integrity
There is a Real Reason to Get Angry I wouldn’t have been okay with Biden winning the race, but I would have accepted it. Now I can’t because I know it wasn’t fairly won. It is being stolen. And the people who are stealing it are doing it because they believe their hatred of Donald … Continue reading Now We Do Have a Reason to Revolt
Trump Got The Black Vote - And For Good Reason It wasn’t enough Kanye West had to jump in the race only to be ridiculed by his fellow progressives who disdain his love for the Lord, and then the Biden “You Ain’t Black” comment, followed by the Chelsea Handler directive against her former boy-love that … Continue reading The Black Wave
I just want all of you to know that if Biden wins tonight and Trump goes away, that this makes you a happy person. I don’t hate Trump, as you know, but I hate the fact that you might think less of me because I don’t share in your hatred. So for me, I care … Continue reading Letter To My Family
Let me run down a short list of what Science has gotten wrong. - Science once said 75 years ago smoking cigarettes was healthy. - Science, as recently as 30 years ago, believed shoving slits under your eyelids and inducing electric shock therapy helped remove negative memories. - Science, as little as 20 years ago, … Continue reading Follow The Science – With Caution
I think it is starting to dawn on the Democrats, after a weekend of watching Trump with his non-stop rally’s, that they are going to lose the presidency to Donald Trump for four more years. And they are now getting very angry. Can you imagine how hard it must be for someone who has been … Continue reading How The Media Taught Us To Hate
Is it me or do I see mostly black people looting? What do African Americans, sitting at home and watching TV, feel about seeing fellow African American’s looting and being destructive, as we saw on full display in Philadelphia last night? Do they feel it is deserved? Is looting retribution for past sins? Are the … Continue reading Is This a Proud Moment for Black America?
Why do you hate Conservative America? Is it because we believe in a higher power that tells us life matters beyond the material world?; that Communism/Socialism/Marxism kills the human spirit? Is it because we hope that one day no child will have to be aborted simply because two people couldn't be responsible enough to prevent … Continue reading Why Do You Hate Us?
Even if you hate Trump with every fiber of your body, you still have to be terrified at what might be transpiring right before our eyes. As yourself why, allegedly, Hunter Biden would keep hundreds of illicit images of himself having salacious sex (that allegedly included young girls), snorting cocaine off of rear ends, on … Continue reading The Real Manchurian Candidate
Have you ever heard of that bridge in China where people go to commit suicide? I think it goes over the Yangtze river, not sure what Province or city, but what struck me about the show that I saw was the despair of the Chinese people. They have a term in China that means, "it … Continue reading The Fork in The Road: Freedom or Tyranny
Question we never ask about The Coronavirus, but we should: 1) Why are we still not counting the numbers of dead in China and Iran? I get it that we don’t trust them, but surely by now these two countries would eventually have to acknowledge the number of deaths from COVID if they are … Continue reading 11 Questions We Should Ask About the Coronavirus
Our system of governing has created a problem in the way that it eats away at personal liberty, or perhaps it is the privilege of doing certain things that are simply no longer there for us to do. For example, movie theaters are dead. They can’t open, the local governments won’t let them, and even … Continue reading The Death of Liberty Comes in Many Forms