No one can possibly be this stupid.

By on Aug 10, 2020

August 10, 2020 CNN takes first place in the ‘total lack of self-awareness’ category By Andrea Widburg One of the givens in modern American politics is that the media despise President Trump.  Except for Fox News, which gives him a fair shake, the rest of the American media have a hatred so intense that, no matter the story, they have to give it an anti-Trump twist. No wonder jokes circulate that if Trump announced he’d found a cure for cancer, the media would instantly lambaste him for taking work away from doctors.  That’s why it was so funny to see Brian Stelter and a guest applaud themselves for their fair-mindedness. We already know that journalists hew left — way, way left.  Of those American journalists who donated to a presidential candidate in 2016, well over 96% donated to Hillary Clinton.  As a general...

Who are you supposed to believe? Has there ever been a time when you could trust your government?

By on Aug 10, 2020

The Myth That Lockdowns Stop Pandemics COMMENTARY . By Stacey RudinAugust 07, 2020 (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) From the beginning of time, humans have used mythology to make sense of a chaotic natural world. Sir G.L. Gomme dubbed myths “the science of a pre-scientific age.” Folklore provided pre-scientific people a comforting sense of control over nature. To address dry spells, they deployed rain dances. Sunless stretches hindering crops prompted offerings to Helios. Then, our ancestors sat back and waited. The rains always came. The sun always reappeared, validating their “wisdom,” the illusion of control reinforced. Thanks to science, we know this was pure superstition. Though the same outcomes would have occurred had the tribe taken no action, the tribe leader would still have received credit or blame from his constituents. Similarly, today’s politicians race to take credit — or...

And these are the ‘smart’ people?

By on Aug 7, 2020

I’m ashamed to say I attended both the institutions of ‘higher learning’ mentioned in this article. In the 70’s when I was a freshman at Rutgers English 101 & 102 were mandatory. As recently as 20 years ago when my wife attended Rutgers ALL students, even transfer students such as herself, with the need for just a few credits to graduate, had to take English 101 & 102. That is how much emphasis and importance they placed on being able to write and speak in a manner that could be understood. Clearly, the present head(fool) of the “ENGLISH Department” must not have understood the story of the Tower of Babel. At Princeton the academics were slightly more rigorous given the competition which had been somewhat diluted at Rutgers due to affirmative action (I am sorry to say). None the less the professors were top notch if not a bit snooty but the...

What possible reason could this woman have to lie?

By on Aug 7, 2020

This is unbelievable. In China and America, if you tell the truth you die (literally in China and slowly in America). In China and America, if you lie you go to the head of the class. – Funny that. Sounds very Orwellian.

Something has to be true, doesn’t it?

By on Aug 3, 2020

I’m sorry, I just don’t get it anymore. Is what is contained in this article true or not. Fauci knew about HCQ in 2005 — nobody needed to die Monday, April 27, 2020  |  Bryan Fischer – Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose “expert” advice to President Trump has resulted in the complete shutdown of the greatest economic engine in world history, has known since 2005 that chloroquine is an effective inhibitor of coronaviruses. How did he know this? Because of research done by the National Institutes of Health, of which he is the director. In connection with the SARS outbreak – caused by a coronavirus dubbed SARS- CoV – the NIH researched chloroquine and concluded that it was effective at stopping the SARS coronavirus in its tracks. The COVID-19 bug is likewise a coronavirus, labeled SARS-CoV-2. While not exactly the same virus as SARS-CoV-1, it is...