The medical establishment is plagued by conflicts of interest. Which is to say money. There's widespread evidence that drugs such as ivermectin, azithromycin and doxycycline are effective against COVID-19, as are supplements such as NAC, quercetin, Vitamin D and zinc. But there's no money to be made form off-patent medications or over-the-counter vitamins and herbs. … Continue reading Telemedicine Could Save Your Life
The history of humankind, regrettably, is a history of slavery, practiced in every corner of the globe. The Roman Empire's business model was built on conquest and enslavement. Conquered peoples were subjugated and paid taxes to Rome, or individuals were taken captive and put to work in the capital city, not only as domestic servants … Continue reading COVID Slave Nations
The moment we feared - those of us with our eyes open -- is upon us. Coronavirus, no longer happy to be last year's COVID-19, is mutating into a more highly infectious form. So far, the new strain has been detected in England and a slightly different version in South Africa. That alone should send … Continue reading COVID-20
A few days ago I asked why governors are passing rules they can't enforce and people won't follow. Since then, it turns out even the governors won't follow their own rules, like when California head honcho Gavin Newsom attended a 12-person birthday party. Ooops. Reality hasn't set in. Maybe the blue states are feeling emboldened … Continue reading Tightening the Noose
The next big battle -- bigger maybe than masks or lockdowns -- will be fought over vaccinations. An anti-vaxxer friend of mine confided that her family is planning to move and she's researching states that support medical freedom. She identified South Dakota, a red state, as prime territory. Oklahoma is also on the list, as … Continue reading Anti-Vaxxer Bug Out
The assaults on personal freedom are spreading faster than coronavirus. The governors of Washington, Oregon and California are asking people to end non-essential travel. And some are hinting that pretty soon, requests could become requirements. Like a lot of the lockdown nonsense, these arbitrary rules make no medical sense at all. For example in Oregon:Persons … Continue reading Lockdown 2.0
Just what are they smoking in those state capitols? As coronavirus sweeps the nation, the governors are clamping down. Flashbacks to March, 2020. Gyms, restaurants closed. Capacity limits in stores. And rules that most people will refuse to follow. Anybody traveling into or out of California, Oregon or Washington must self-quarantine for 14 days. That'll … Continue reading Are you kidding me!?
There's no measuring the mental and emotional damage the CoronaVirus lockdowns, both mandatory and self-imposed, have caused. We can't put a number on it that makes for a good sound bite on the nightly news. Still, the heartbreaking stories are everywhere on the internet. I haven't seen a loved one in almost a year. When … Continue reading Heartbreak Nation