The article, Laboratories in US can’t find Covid-19 in one of 1,500 positive tests, will be removed.

I picked it up for the broadcast today, having not had the time to read the comments for the past three days, because I was a little busy with my brother’s funeral service who has been dead since June.  The house was packed with family and friends.  Continue reading “Trencher Alert”

Courier Journal

Senate Bill 8 received final passage Tuesday, expanding the ability of Kentuckians and parents to opt out of required immunizations in the event of a pandemic based on conscientiously held beliefs.

The original version of the bill would have significantly relaxed requirements for childhood immunizations by allowing parents to opt out due to conscientious beliefs, with bill sponsor Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, fearing the government would mandate people take the COVID-19 vaccine. Continue reading “Kentucky passes immunization opt-outs”

Yahoo News

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A proposed gun storage law that would be among the toughest in the U.S. is headed for a vote in the Oregon Legislature, with backers saying it will save lives and opponents contending it could lead to deaths.

Meanwhile, in Colorado, a less sweeping gun storage bill was signed into law Monday by Gov. Jared Polis., who said: “It’s a sensible measure to help avoid immeasurable heartbreak.”  Continue reading “Oregon gun storage law would be among the toughest in the US”

History Channel

At Mount Carmel in Waco, Texas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) launches a tear-gas assault on the Branch Davidian compound, ending a tense 51-day standoff between the federal government and an armed religious cult. By the end of the day, the compound was burned to the ground, and some 80 Branch Davidians, including 22 children, had perished in the inferno. Continue reading “This Day in History, 1993: Waco Siege ends; Branch Davidian compound burns”

Museum of the American Revolution

In the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 19, 1775, British troops crossed Boston Harbor with the intention of marching to Concord, Massachusetts to seize military supplies stored in the town by Patriot militiamen.  Anticipating the British actions, an alarm was raised throughout the countryside by American silversmith Paul Revere and dozens of other riders who warned the colonial militia and minutemen that the regulars were on the road to Concord. By 5 am, the simmering tensions between the American colonists and the British government would reach their breaking point. The events of April 19 would change the world forever. Continue reading “The Day the American Revolution Began”

Gateway Pundit – by Joe Hoft

A recent Stanford study released by the NCBI, which is under the National Institutes of Health, showed that masks do absolutely nothing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and their use is even harmful.  Continue reading “Stanford Study Results: Facemasks are Ineffective to Block Transmission of COVID-19 and Actually Can Cause Health Deterioration and Premature Death”

Daily Wire – by Tim Pearce

Thousands of Oregonians are ripping a proposal to make the state’s mask mandate permanent, flooding the state government with “openly hostile” comments on the idea.

Democratic Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s health department has proposed a permanent masking rule as the current regulations are set to expire next month. The proposal has received a record number of public comments – five times more comments than the previous record holder, according to the Washington Examiner. Continue reading “Thousands Of Oregonians ‘Openly Hostile’ To Democratic Governor’s ‘Permanent’ Mask Mandate”

Western Standard

Without the snow and pine trees, drivers could be mistaken for believing it to be the Texas-Mexico border.

An Ontario Provincial Police tactical command vehicle has been spotted setting up along a highway from Manitoba into the province.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced on Friday authorities would start manning the borders at 12:01 a.m. Monday making sure only essential travellers are getting into the province. Continue reading “Armed checkpoints appear along Ontario-Manitoba border”

Daily Wire – by Chrissy Clark

A Maine college is issuing $50 tickets to students who fail to wear a facemask while on campus property.

According to CBSN Boston, St. Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine, has issued more than 20 tickets to students who have violated the school’s masking policy.

Patrick Meyers, a St. Joseph’s College junior told CBSN Boston that the police issued him a fine for wearing his mask below his nose. Continue reading “Maine College Imposes $50 Fine On Students Who Don’t Wear Masks”

AIER – by Richard M. Ebeling

The recent string of multiple-victim incidents of gun violence and police shootings of black Americans has once again resulted in renewed calls for restrictions on gun ownership. President Biden has said that executive instructions to various branches of the Federal government will attempt to reduce the frequency and possibility of such violence.   Continue reading “Armed Self-Defense is Essential in a Free Society”

The Right Scoop – by Fred T

Last night Democrat hero Rep. Maxine Waters was on the streets in Minneapolis among the crowds of protesters, activists, and rioters. She didn’t call for calm or reason, she didn’t warn against insurrection. Instead she incited a mob.

The people interviewing her asked her repeatedly what people should do, saying that nothing has been done to protect people from police and that George Floyd has woken up the people and opened their eyes. They asked her several times what she advises the crowd to do if Chauvin is not found guilty. Continue reading “Maxine Waters DEMANDS RIOTS if Chauvin isn’t convicted of murder: ‘Make SURE they know we mean BUSINESS’”

Mayo Clinic – by Marc A. Shampo, PhD and Robert A. Kyle, MD

American-born biochemist-geneticist J. Craig Venter is acknowledged, along with geneticist Francis Sellers Collins (1950-), as being a primary force behind the Human Genome Project. Venter, with private funding, and Collins, with public funding, independently mapped and sequenced human DNA. Their reports appeared in 2001 (one in Nature and the other in Science). A sheet of 5 stamps (Scott No. 561) issued by Palau in 1999 provides an opportunity to honor J. Craig Venter indirectly. The sheet was issued to commemorate advances in science and medicine in the 20th century. One of the stamps representing the Human Genome Project shows the overall structure of DNA. Continue reading “J. Craig Venter—The Human Genome Project”

Unz Review – by Philip Giraldi

Israel has been involved in several stories currently making their way through the US media. The most fascinating tale concerns Republican Party Congressman from Florida Matt Gaetz. Gaetz is a Donald Trump loyalist who has up until recently been touted as the party’s future. Young, photogenic and a “firebrand” defender of GOP priorities, he has been much in the news lately.
Continue reading “Would Israel Blackmail a US Congressman?”

Health Impact News – by Brian Shilhavy

California civil rights attorney Leigh Dundas is making waves again in Orange County, California, where she recently called for the resignation of Orange County Health Officer Dr. Clayton Chau and Orange County Superintendent of Schools Al Mijares for allegedly meeting and discussing how to remove parental consent to experimental COVID “vaccines” for school children, and turn schools into COVID-19 “vaccination centers.”

Last year, Attorney Dundas publicly criticized then Orange County Health Officer Dr. Nichole Quick for her policies on mandatory masks in the county, and it led to Dr. Quick’s resignation. Her replacement, Dr. Clayton Chau, is now under public scrutiny from Attorney Dundas for suggesting that children should be vaccinated with the experimental COVID shots without parental consent. Continue reading “California Civil Rights Attorney Calls for Immediate Resignation of County Health Officer and School Board Superintendent for Planning to Vaccinate Children without Parental Consent”

Yahoo News

(Reuters) -Five people were hospitalized after being shot and injured in Shreveport, Louisiana, CBS-affiliated television station KSLA reported late on Sunday, the third multiple shooting reported in the United States with 24 hours.

In a briefing to local news outlets, police said they were in the first stages of investigating the incident, without confirming the number of people admitted to hospital nor their condition. Continue reading “Five people shot in Louisiana incident; 3rd U.S. multiple shooting in one day”

Yahoo News

Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday that the “horrifying” spate of mass shootings in the U.S. shows why gun violence is a public health issue.

“As a public health person, I think you can’t run away from that,” Fauci said on CNN’s “State of the Union” when host Dana Bash asked if gun violence is a “public health emergency.” Continue reading “Fauci on gun violence: ‘How can you say that’s not a public health issue?’”

Survival Dan 101 – by Melissa Lane

An 18-year veteran in law enforcement warned to beware of Homeland Security training that is being pushed to local law enforcement. “You might be a Domestic Terrorist If” you believe in civil liberties, or if you actually believe in your Constitutional rights. Sadly, this is NOT a joke.

We’ve all heard the “You might be a Redneck If” jokes, but in this series “You might be a Domestic Terrorist If” you believe in civil liberties, or if you actually believe in your Constitutional rights. Sadly, this is not a joke. You might also be a terrorist if you have ever expressed concerns about Big Brother. Are you a Christian who has ever discussed the anti-Christ, the apocalypse, or even mentioned the book of Revelation? Guess what, according to DHS then you too qualify as a potential domestic terrorist. Continue reading “Deadly Serious DHS List: You Might Be A Domestic Terrorist If…”