One doctor’s view – What are we doing here?

By on Mar 27, 2020

A Local Doctor’s View of Covid-19 AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons) response to proposed epidemiological model used by Dallas County Judge for Texas  By DR. SHEILA PAGE, President of Texas AAPS The model presented has a number of limitations and is likely to be an exaggerated estimate of deaths for the state of Texas. It does not take into account the limitations of the available data, which include selection bias due to limited number of tests, high false positives and false negatives of the test widely used, differences in social structure, population density, population health and risk factors such as smoking among the nations reporting data.  “Reasonable estimates for the case fatality ratio in the general U.S. population vary from 0.05% to 1%. … A population-wide case fatality rate of 0.05% is lower than seasonal influenza. If that is the true rate, locking...

It might be different if they weren’t so self-righteous. Hypocrisy, they name is Harvard.

By on Mar 24, 2020

Harvard, Boasting $40 Billion Endowment, Lays Off Dining Hall Workers Due to Coronavirus Country’s richest university cuts costs as pandemic sweeps country Alana Goodman – March 24, 2020 3:00 PM Harvard University, which has the largest endowment of any school in the country, is cutting its subcontracted dining hall workers without pay as it shuts down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The move is drawing criticism from employment rights advocates on and off campus who point to the university’s $40.9 billion endowment as evidence that the school is hardly in financial straits. They also claim the decision violates Harvard’s wage equality policy, which requires the university to compensate dining hall contract workers in a fashion comparable to the school’s directly hired employees. Harvard closed campus dining halls and other facilities earlier this...

Coincidence? —Don’t look behind the curtain.

By on Mar 24, 2020

If you have inside information and you act on it does that make you evil or smart? If you allow those with inside information to take your money does that make you stupid or a sucker? WSJ: Jeff Bezos Sold $3.4 Billion in Amazon Stock as Coronavirus Hit USA Lucas Nolan 24 Mar 20209 A recent analysis by the Wall Street Journal shows that top executives in the United States sold a total of roughly $9.2 billion worth of stock between the start of February and the end of last week, saving the executives a potential loss of $1.9 billion. Jeff Bezos sold three percent of his Amazon holdings, worth $3.4 billion, at the beginning of February. In an article titled “Bezos, Other Corporate Executives Sold Shares Just in Time,” the Wall Street Journal outlines how executives at top U.S.-traded companies sold a total of around $9.2 billion in shares of their own companies between the start of...

Another Epstein, Phillip Hainey did not kill himself. SO WHAT?

By on Mar 15, 2020

Unlike epstein, however, congressman, Louie Gohmert is looking into the death of his friend. SO WHAT? Will anything ever come of this? Nothing ever seems to come of the deaths of men who supposedly know too much. Why is that? And what happens to the information these men supposedly have? Surely these men are wise enough to set up dead man switches. Surely these men have their information digitally located in more than one spot. How does their information and proof always seem to disappear with them? Let’s take this guy Hainey, was a whistle blower years ago, supposedly had more information, his friend is a powerful congressman, and he ends up dead. What happened to his previous whistle blowing? If his information was so damning that someone would kill him why hadn’t the congressman already acted on it? We are asked to believe Hainey has this info and he hasn’t shared...

How many people will die in the dem effort to confiscate your guns?

By on Mar 12, 2020

There is no limit to how far communist dems will go to convince Americans to give up their guns. How would you like to have been or to have had a family member in one of these terrorist attacks on American soil that the FBI either were or should have been aware were likely to happen? Seems many, if not all, of these attacks could have been prevented so the only conclusion that any reasonable person can draw is that they were allowed to take place because those in charge, and I am talking about all the way to the top, WANTED them to take place. The people who died in these attacks were not killed by terrorists but by communists in their own government.

Best job in the world – College administrator.

By on Mar 9, 2020

Stories like this are beyond disturbing they are disgusting. Colleges are now nothing more than country clubs for administrators and professors. I would encourage your children to pursue college administration if they cannot land the job of the second native American female law professor at Harvard for $480,000 to teach one class a semester. Clearly, law is not the same law at Harvard as it is at all other law schools. At University of Oklahoma, six vice presidents received more than $800,000 in retention payments Daniel Payne – Assistant Editor •March 9, 2020 Incredibly, the school actually has *more* than six vice presidents Half a dozen vice presidents at the University of Oklahoma pulled down nearly $1 million in retention payments over a three-year period, a number almost as staggering as the fact that the school has so many vice presidents to begin with. Nondoc reported...