The published science over the past decade has taught us a lot about water fluoridation, about both the very real and significant side effects inflicted on the public, but also about the credibility of those who continue to vouch for its safety. Continue reading “Millions Face New Fluoridation Threats”
In July of 2000 I was still receiving a print subscription to JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) and I was shocked that they actually published an article1 from Barbara Starfield, who had an MPH (master of public health) from Johns Hopkins.
Why was I shocked? Because I looked at the data in the article (see below) that physician mistakes were the third leading cause of death in the United States. My article on it went viral and that meme became very popular in 2000, but I was rarely acknowledged as the person who was responsible for it. Continue reading “Are Medical Mistakes the Leading Cause of Death in the US?”
Joe Biden last year made Juneteenth a day of holiday and enacted it into law two days before June 19th. It is now accepted as Juneteenth day officially and people can wish each other “happy Juneteenth”. This year (2022) June 19th falls on a Sunday so Monday would be the compensatory day off. Continue reading “Juneteenth is now an official holiday in the U.S.”
A California doctor who is a leading figure in the anti-vaccine movement was sentenced on Thursday to two months in prison for storming the U.S. Capitol, where she delivered speeches to rioters during the mob’s attack. Continue reading “Anti-vaccine doctor sentenced to prison for Capitol riot”
UTSUNOMIYA — Following cases in east Japan’s Tochigi Prefecture in which a young girl died and another suffered paralysis from “acute encephalopathy,” a brain disease they developed after coronavirus infections, the Mainichi Shimbun asked a doctor about the characteristics of the disease and what to look out for. Continue reading “Japanese doctor warns of potentially fatal COVID-related brain damage in children”
TAIPEI, May 31 (Reuters) – The United States is planning on “cooperation” between its National Guard and Taiwan’s military, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said on Tuesday, deepening security ties in the face of what Taipei’s government complains is a rising threat from China. Continue reading “Tsai says U.S. National Guard planning ‘cooperation’ with Taiwan military”
The Sacramento is California’s largest river. It arises near the lower slopes of Mt. Shasta, in the northernmost part of the state, and runs some four hundred miles south, draining the upper corridor of the Central Valley, bending through downtown Sacramento, and, eventually, reaching the Pacific Ocean, by way of the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. Continue reading “The Biggest Potential Water Disaster in the United States”
Tiny bits of plastic about the size of a sesame seed or smaller are everywhere. News headlines often show intact plastic bags, rings and bottles as the primary threats to the environment — and these are indeed harmful to marine life and more — but the smaller, more insidious microplastic bits may even be more harmful. A study1 from Great Britain2 found microplastics in 11 out of 13 patients’ lungs. Continue reading “Microplastics From Masks Found Deep in Lungs of the Living”
Credit union and banking trade groups have released a joint letter to the chair and ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, warning of “devastating consequences” if the Federal Reserve moves forward with a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). The letter was sent on May 25, one day before the Committee convened a hearing on “Digital Assets and the Future of Finance: Examining the Benefits and Risks of a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency.” That hearing took testimony from only one witness, Lael Brainard, the Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve. Continue reading “Credit Unions and Banking Groups Warn of “Devastating Consequences” of a U.S Central Bank Digital Currency”
Daniel Greenfield, writing at Front Page Magazine, offers this gem:
“Elizabeth Bartholet, the director of Harvard Law’s Child Advocacy Program, described the ‘homeschooling phenomenon’ as a ‘threat’ to society, claiming that conservative parents ‘homeschool because they want to isolate their children from ideas and values central to our democracy’, ‘promote racial segregation and female subservience’, and ‘question science’.” Continue reading “Home schooling: here’s what our masters say”
Gov. Greg Abbott is launching the Joint Border Security Operations Center to oversee a 15-agency effort to thwart illegal immigration funded by Texas taxpayers. Continue reading “Texas launches operations center to oversee 15-agency effort to thwart illegal immigration”
A leading advocate for Illinois manufacturers is worried about price hikes and energy shortages this summer and into the future.
“There is going to be a capacity shortage and we’ve seen warnings from utilities and regional grid operators talking about potentially rolling brownouts as soon as this summer,” said Mark Denzler, president and CEO of the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association. Continue reading “Possible summertime rolling blackouts a concern for Illinois manufacturers”
The Department of Justice has sued casino mogul Stephen A. Wynn to compel him to register as an agent for the Chinese government, the DOJ announced Tuesday. Continue reading “Wynn sued by DOJ for not registering as agent of China”