Fed Distorts History, Blames Coronavirus for Magic Money Printing Policies
May 13, 2020 08:55 Posted in: Events, Policy, Trump - Along with being the gatekeeper of the monetary system, the Federal Reserve has dipped its toe into the waters of historical revision. Kristian Blickle, a New York Fed economist and columnist, suggested the Spanish Flu of 1918 gave rise to extremism and drove citizens to vote for Adolf Hitler, thus, ushering in Nazism and all of its associated horrors. The… Continue Reading
Flu Numbers Inflated for Decades, a DEEP DIVE into the Conflicts of Interests
May 12, 2020 09:54 Posted in: Media, Policy - The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are tasked with informing the public on the number of patients dying from Coronavirus, among other aspects of infection control. Why does the CDC report the Mortality Surveillance numbers for this crisis by lumping vital statistic reports for Pneumonia, Influenza, and COVID-19 together? Is their goal to produce a larger number as COVID-19 attributed deaths, only… Continue Reading
Who’s the Medical Quack – Chuck Schumer or VA Doctors?
May 11, 2020 09:01 Posted in: Media, Military, Policy - Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer Senate Minority Leader on Sunday called on the Veterans Affairs Administration to come clean on whether it is using veterans to test Hydroxychloroquine. Schumer stated the VA must explain why it purchased a bulk order of $208,000 worth of the drug. Here are his comments: “When it comes to the testing and treatment of vets with… Continue Reading
CDC Reports: 26.3% Less “All Deaths” in 2020 than 2018 – Gobbledygook Coronavirus Math
May 10, 2020 09:01 Posted in: Policy - Dr. Jonathan Temte, associate dean for public health and community engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health in addressing the argument that numbers showing the prevalence of COVID-19 are overstated, Temte said that's wrong. Really? Let's fact check this - be patient, read carefully, and take the time to walk through the data slowly. According… Continue Reading
Dr. Fauci Fumbles Circular Argument During National Geographic Interview
May 6, 2020 08:55 Posted in: Culture, Policy, Trump - Dr. Fauci seems to have a mental block, a blind spot, or something worse when it comes to discussing whether or not COVID-19 could've been manipulated and released from the Wuhan laboratory. It's astounding to me that man of his stature, who has employed logic to a very high degree in his professional career and universally respected in the field… Continue Reading
More Reasons Conservatives Won’t Budge On Gun Control
May 4, 2020 09:35 Posted in: Policy - I'm a gun guy. I grew up around them. I spent almost thirteen years in the United States Army being trained and training other soldiers in their use. I shot on the pistol team when I was in the National Guard. And I still shoot recreationally. So, any report about the 2nd Amendment and guns will usually get my attention. … Continue Reading
CDC Reports Dramatic Drop in Regular Flu Deaths (See Chart), Coincidence?
May 2, 2020 08:37 Posted in: Policy - For well over a few months now we have been watching the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University scare map death ticker go up like a ticker on the gas pump at your local filling station filling up your car gas tank. The number that we have all been asking for is… Continue Reading
Great Smoky National Park Resort Area’s Plan To Reopen – Step By Step
April 25, 2020 17:38 Posted in: Economy, Policy, Trump - The Great Smoky Mountains is the most visited National park in the United States, averaging 11.5 million visitors annually, 2019 numbers were historic at 12.9 million visitors. The Grand Canyon averages less than 7 million, and Yellow Stone just under 5 million for perspective. The GSNP generates, on average, 750 million in tourist dollars annually. However, in 2018-2019, it boasted… Continue Reading
David Rockefeller: On the Verge of a Global Transformation – We Need the Right Major Crisis
April 20, 2020 09:00 Posted in: Culture, Economy, Policy - Interesting times we are experiencing. Somewhat like looking through a child's kaleidoscope, subtle turns make a different picture, and different people see what they want, as always has been the case. I'm an advocate for open discussion, always better than hidden agendas. This is why I appreciate a quote from David Rockefeller that openly reveals the goals of the elites.… Continue Reading
What is the Difference Between a Whiff of Tabacco and Coronavirus Particles?
April 18, 2020 16:27 Posted in: Policy - We all have walked down the sidewalk and caught a whiff of someone smoking - even from many feet away. If you are not a smoker, it is even more pronounced. If you can smell and get these cigarette tobacco particles in your nose, could this not also be true for Coronavirus? First off, just how big is a Coronavirus?… Continue Reading