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Trippin' With General Milley replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/25/2021 6:36:05 AM Post Reply
They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Gen. Mark Milley proves that a lot of knowledge can be a dangerous thing when accompanied by a fevered imagination and barely a glimmer of analytical ability and common sense. James Hohmann of the Washington Post gushes that Milley “owns thousands of books in his personal library” and “attended Princeton before starting his climb up the officer’s ladder.” The general is also an “amateur historian.” (Snip) When a pro-Trump mob overran the U.S. Capitol, it reminded Milley of the failed Russian revolution of 1905. After order was restored at the Capitol, Milley switched analogies and feared that Trump was looking, Hitler style,
Passing of a great and fearless American mind replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/23/2021 7:20:32 AM Post Reply
NEW YORK – On September 20, I was sitting across a table from the foreign editor of a European news publication. Demons must have lurked and listened to our conversation. “Is there any American thinker who you find fresh and challenging?” the journalist asked me. “You mean apart from Angelo Codevilla?,” I returned. (Snip) The next day Angelo was dead at age 78, reportedly run down by a drunk driver. There were two former senior intelligence officials who knew enough where enough bodies were buried in the Global War on Terror to scare the American Intelligence establishment. Lieutenant General Michael Flynn was one, and the spooks got to him within days of
FDA Panel Member on COVID Vaccines: 'Heart
Attacks Happen 71 Times More Often….'
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Posted by Judy W. 9/20/2021 7:27:34 AM Post Reply
“I had a heart attack….” A bit more than a month ago I wrote about “My troubling COVID vaccine story experiences.” Aside from citing a friend who developed heart inflammation after taking a coronavirus genetic-therapy agent (GTA, a.k.a. a “vaccine”; more on this later), I mentioned that I’d had some unusual experiences: I encountered two men within a relatively short period of time, at the same recreational facility, who told me they’d had heart attacks — after taking SARS-CoV-2 GTAs. (Snip) He didn’t connect the two occurrences; in fact, when I mentioned I’d met other men suffering the same fate, he suggested it was coincidence. But this thesis appears to have gone
Newt Gingrich has a plan for regaining Congress replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/19/2021 6:42:36 AM Post Reply
Newt Gingrich, the one-time history professor whose insights in 1994 about the American electorate helped Republicans gain control of the House for the first time in 40 years, thinks he’s got a plan that will return Congress to Republican control in 2022. His research has revealed that there are multiple unifying issues that concern all Americans and that Republicans are the ones with the more appealing platforms regarding those arguments. (Snip) According to Gingrich, there are 16 issues that bind Americans together. Indeed, 85% of voters are in accord as to these issues, with only a left fringe opposing the majority viewpoint. The most obvious issue is defunding the police,
Dirty Deeds Done Not Cheap replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/19/2021 6:28:22 AM Post Reply
In 2015 the law firm Perkins Coie, which also represented the Democratic National Committee was hired by the Hillary Clinton Campaign. (Snip) In recent weeks, a key member of the firm, Mark Elias, who had been the Clinton campaign’s lawyer, left the firm and this week another member, Michael Sussman, was indicted by a federal grand jury called by Special Counsel John Durham of making a false statement to the FBI. Sussman pleaded not guilty. The trial is some ways off, but in my view, getting an indictment against Sussman by a District of Columbia grand jury suggests the evidence must be compelling, and may, in fact, include confessions by one
The rise of mask addiction replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/18/2021 7:40:07 AM Post Reply
I recently saw a mother taking her children home from school. Two of the little ones stripped off their masks, enjoying the feeling of the sun on their face as they breathed freely for the first time that day. The youngest child refused to take off his mask even as his siblings urged him. His mother told him it was safe to remove the mask, but he continued to shake his head. “I feel better with it on,” he said. (Snip) As it happens, it’s not only the children who are becoming dependent on their masks. Adults are succumbing to a need for face coverings. In Japan,
The truth about Afghan women replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/17/2021 8:33:16 AM Post Reply
When I think about the West’s project to liberate Afghan women, my mind conjures a line from T.S. Eliot: “The last temptation is the greatest treason/to do the right deed for the wrong reason.” In Afghanistan, we engaged in a twenty-year, deliciously self-righteous, tragically ill-designed mission best expressed by flipping that sentence. We did the wrong thing, perhaps for the right reason. We wanted to develop that country and rescue Afghan women. Their lives were hellish, girls banned from school, women forbidden to leave their homes except in the company of a male guardian, vigilantes beating them with sticks if their burqa was too short.
Can the Post Office Be Trusted With Mail-In Ballots? replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/15/2021 9:35:35 AM Post Reply
As I write this on Sunday afternoon, a Thursday Washington Post article headlined, “Postal Service workers not included in President Biden’s mandatory vaccination order, source says,” remains on the Post website uncorrected. According to Post reporter Jacob Bogage, “postal workers would be strongly encouraged to comply with the mandate,” but they would not be forced to get vaccinated. To his humble credit, Bogage noted the paradox of Biden exempting “a massive chunk of the federal workforce … that interacts daily with an equally large swath of the public.” (Snip)The case of former Erie, Pennsylvania postal worker Richard Hopkins shows the folly of entrusting 66 million ballots to an entity openly hostile
Don’t freak out about hospitals filled
with COVID patients
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Posted by Judy W. 9/15/2021 6:50:26 AM Post Reply
One of the biggest stories in the media concerns hospitals filled to overflowing with COVID patients. However, as an article in The Atlantic (of all places!) informs us, these numbers are misleading. Almost half of the people in the hospital with COVID are either mildly symptomatic or asymptomatic. In other words, to anyone running around screaming, “We’re all gonna die!” the answer is “No, we’re not.” The biggest story is that of a 73-year-old Alabama man who purportedly died from a treatable heart attack after dozens of hospitals across a three-state region turned him away owing to the fact that their ICUs were overflowing with COVID patients.
Federal Judge blocks New York state vaccine
mandate for health care workers
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Posted by Judy W. 9/14/2021 3:19:06 PM Post Reply
On Tuesday, a Clinton-appointed federal judge granted an emergency injunction preventing the state of New York from enforcing a Covid-19 vaccine mandate for its healthcare workers. Former Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the healthcare worker vaccine mandate on August 16 prompting more than a dozen healthcare professionals to request a court enjoinder. The mandate requires hospitals staff and employees of long-term care facilities to be vaccinated in order to remain employed. The suit argues that medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, and medical technicians face losing their careers and livelihoods if they refuse to receive a vaccine that contradicts their religious beliefs.
The Black Mark of a Bachelor’s Degree replies
Posted by Judy W. 9/14/2021 8:53:50 AM Post Reply
Ihave a dream. It is prompted by this story, out of Portland State, of a professor who is leaving the academy after enduring one vicious and disgusting attack after another: swastikas (and feces) on his office door, lectures disrupted, slanderous attacks on his family life, institutional denial of the most basic rights of the accused—indeed, hatred from the very people who should be rewarding him for his courage. He is no conservative. He seems to have no notion of truth outside of the realm of strict rationalism. He and I would disagree about many things. But he has a mind, and he uses it, and therefore he is dangerous.
On 9/11 Anniversary, Biden Repeats False
Claim That Islam Is a ‘Peaceful Religion’
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Posted by Judy W. 9/13/2021 9:48:11 AM Post Reply
In his pre-taped remarks (how many takes were needed to get a coherent version?) on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 jihad attacks that killed 2,977 people, Old Joe Biden lamented the fact, as Matt Margolis noted yesterday, that since that terrible day, “we also witnessed the dark forces of human nature. Fear and anger. Resentment and violence against Muslim-Americans — true and faithful followers of a peaceful religion.” (Snip) But it was unfortunate that Biden once again repeated this hoary and easily disproven chestnut about Islam being a “peaceful religion”; at this point this idea is nothing more than a dogma of the Leftist faith, not to be questioned,