The colorful explosion of light in a dark rainy night reminds me of experiencing the lights of Paris around the Seine past midnight listening to Sinatra with a professor friend on an experimental pill that enhanced all the senses and intensified your instinctive sensory direction, as my mind got lost for hours in the Parisian street lamps and their reflective colors off the ripples of the Seine. I love the contrast in what might otherwise feel gloomy -- rainy, dark, night, alone -- yet the color, the light, the reflections create this wondrous glow of flowing, positive energy and a light, joyful spirit. A good way to go through life, no matter the circumstance.
1. Big Pharma vs. Big Pharma: new covid treatment drug undermines vaccine mandate authority. https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/game-changer-merck-releasing-phenomenal-test-results-experimental-covid-pill
2. They got it wrong, again. The policy "experts" claims a vaccine mandate would boost restaurants and bars, b/c folks would flock in! Oops! https://www.theepochtimes.com/nyc-restauranteurs-business-down-40-to-60-percent-due-to-vaccine-mandate_4025794.html
3. Consumer attitudes hit a range of recent record lows and recent record highs in the places you don't want lows and you don't want highs. https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-finance/inflation-expectations-hit-10-year-high-homecar-buying-attitudes-record-lows-umich
4. Biden admin effectively opens the border. https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2021/10/new_mayorkas_memo_effectively_opens_the_border.html
5. Eugenics through gene-selected abortions.
An unenviable conversation:
Plumber: Uh, do you know where you turn off the water?
Plumber: Oh, Damn!
Hopefully back tomorrow.
Ask your questions in the replies to this post. Live tonight at 9 p.m. New York Time, 6 p.m. LA time.
1. "18 months into the pandemic and it is still clear that masking children is an ineffective policy not supported by research or data." A good aggregation of well-cited sources. https://covidreason.substack.com/p/masking-children-is-an-ineffective
2. A left perspective on the insanity of Covidmania: " I would suggest instead that outbreak be applied to these frantic upswells of bureaucratic overreaction. Perhaps the epidemiological origins of this diseased mentality could be “contact traced.” https://mtracey.substack.com/p/academia-is-establishing-a-permanent
3. "20 states have passed some form of protective language from COVID-19 vaccine mandates or vaccine passports in some capacity. These states are: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Utah." From the recently YouTube banned Dr. Mercola & the work by NVIC: https://www.nvic.org...
Book. How Do You Know?: A Dialogue (Hackett Philosophical Dialogues) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09FXK5371/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apan_glt_2ZE83WDYKSEKN3D0MD4C?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
My brother at Oxford. Ever curious, always contemplative, forever seeking, and in the seeking, truth uncovering, and the good life lived.
1. Not so friendly skies United plans to fire those workers who neither received the vaccine nor sought any religious or medical accommodation to the vaccine. Those workers still have grounds to sue in my view, and I am quite confident more than a few will. https://www.wsj.com/articles/united-airlines-prepares-to-fire-employees-who-refuse-covid-19-vaccinations-11632868364
2. Oops! Federal judges caught ruling on cases that line their pockets. https://www.wsj.com/articles/131-federal-judges-broke-the-law-by-hearing-cases-where-they-had-a-financial-interest-11632834421?mod=trending_now_news_1
4. Russia looks to punish YouTube for its censorship. https://summit.news/2021/09/29/russia-threatens-total-ban-on-youtube-after-major-channels-deleted/
5. As @PeoplesPundit forecast with his data, consumer confidence hits new recent low. ...
"Religious beliefs are not only those beliefs held by traditional, organized religions, but also include moral or ethical beliefs as to what is right or wrong which are sincerely held with the strength of traditional religious views." https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/hr/documents/Religion_Accommodation_Guidelines.pdf
1. The Singapore results raise questions about vaccine efficacy and necessity in their country. "In all, the number of COVID-19 deaths per day is around five times as high since the outset of its vaccination campaign than it was prior." https://roundingtheearth.substack.com/p/singapores-tale-of-covid-19-medicine
2. Democrats are pretty sure the unvaccinated are going right to the hospital once they get Covid. This is why they still are in panic mode as the media misinformation campaign continues to spread pure paranoid fear. https://news.gallup.com/opinion/gallup/354938/adults-estimates-covid-hospitalization-risk.aspx
3. Obama economy return: "First Time in Five Years, the 2020 Poverty Rate Jumped and Real Median Household Income Plunged." http://www.shadowstats.com
4. 2nd Circuit allows public school city employee vaccine mandate to go into effect. Of note, a Federalist society sponsored Trump appointee was on the panel with two Clinton appointees. The court did not issue a ...
Another great board created meme turned t-shirt capturing one of my favorite phrases. Might have to make this a t-shirt for real.
Monday, September 27, 2021
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1. Doctors and scientists worldwide sign protest declaration about Covid policy. https://globalcovidsummit.org/news/welcome-to-the-global-covid-summit
2. Merkel's party lost in the German elections, and her legacy is one of failure. https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-ignoble-end-of-angela-merkel/
3. Biden heading to the 30's in job approval. https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/biden_administration/biden_approval_index_history
4. Vaccine mandate backfiring on hospitals. https://www.syracuse.com/health/2021/09/upstate-university-hospital-to-shutter-ors-blaming-ny-vaccine-mandate-for-staff-shortage.html
5. Gorsuch as the next Scalia, rooted in the rights of Man: "He did it in the law faculty at Oxford under the direction of John Finnis, the world’s leading authority on natural law — the idea that there are rights and requirements shared by all and derived simply from being human, not from society’s positive laws." ...
The loft to a country home I want someday, perfectly framed with a library of books surrounding a wonderfully wide, circular window, opening in a unique way, to the green and blue outdoors. It's like Baggins meets Gandolf, hobbit meets wizard, with a sense of discovery awaiting and openness embracing it all.
1. Every significant study so far shows the same thing Pharma's own clinical studies show: no lives saved by the vaccine. https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/all-cause-deaths-and-vaccination
2. A good stratified chart list of Covid risk by age. https://covidreason.substack.com/p/perspective-on-covid-19-mortality
3. Another court win against a vaccine mandate. https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/central-ny/ny-state-of-politics/2021/09/24/court-workers-win-temporary-block-to-vaccine-mandate
4. Merkel's party sinks to lowest level in its history in Germany. https://www.theguardian.com/world/ng-interactive/2021/sep/26/german-election-results-exit-poll-and-possible-coalitions
5. Too much in stocks suggests stocks due to decline. https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-most-accurate-stock-market-predictor-was-released-this-week-the-next-10-years-dont-look-good-11632488314
*Bonus: Firefighters rescue dog. ...
We will definitely cover the vaccine mandate lawsuit update and Arizona audit summary. Choose your favorite topic amongst those below you want us to definitely cover.
From the great meme-makers of this board, an apt meme as news broke from the New York Times confessing the Cathedral's criminal complicity in January 6. I really enjoy all the great memes the board members invent, a wondrous new art form of its own over the last decade or so.
1. New York Times even confesses the truth good members of this board knew from the first ever Hush Hush just days after 1/6: Feds infiltrated and Fed informants throughout the Capitol riots. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/25/us/capitol-riot-fbi-informant.html
2. Good breakdown of the concerns about the vaccine-induced spike protein. https://joomi.substack.com/p/coming-soon?showWelcome=true
3. As discussed last night on Bourbon w/ Barnes, the Arizona audit was a valuable tool for more than precedent it set of the public right to audit elections. There were major questionable ballots uncovered, insecure election processes exposed, and needed reforms proposed. https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/arizona-audit-flags-thousands-suspect-ballots-kicking-issue-states
4. Biden's top National Security Advisor tied to the Spygate scandal. ...
Arizona election audit results, vaccine mandates, and your questions...
Going to switch up schedule to every Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, still at 9 pm EST. Ask questions in replies below.
I might have to try this. Party spicy, part smooth. Very seasonal. In spirit with Bourbon w/ Barnes. A magical mix of water, honey, pear, cinnamon and ginger. The solicitation solicits well: "a warm bourbon undertone, with a sweet note from the pear nectar and a spicy finish the ginger simple syrup." The artisanal arts of the cocktail attracted me before I stumbled into Harry's New York Bar in the backstreets of Paris (the inventor of many a cocktail and a few marriages) or stumbled out of El Floridita in downtown Havana (the haunt of Hemingway where the bartended invented the daiquiri), birthed from the cocktail creations of a Croatian buddy of mine in Milwaukee who mastered the arts young with a simple instruction: think like a chef, not a bartender.
Five stories of interest to top the day...
1. Another challenge to the risk/benefit analysis of vaccines, especially for the young and healthy, as vaccine-induced "changes in biomarkers that could serve as early warning indicators of elevated predisposition to serious diseases. Most importantly, the clinical trials did not address long-term effects that, if serious, would be borne by children/adolescents for potentially decades." https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221475002100161X#bib0110
2. Kirsch's vaccine information. https://www.skirsch.io/vaccine-resources/
3. Controverted early reports of Arizona audit results. I will discuss the released actual results tonight on Bourbon w/ Barnes. https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/573780-arizona-draft-audit-report-shows-biden-widened-lead-by-360-votes
4. China's real estate problem sits at the center of a much larger financial problem that could impact the global economy. Interviewed this commentator last year on this topic. ...
Vaccine cases, other news, and your questions...
1. A detailed study estimating excess deaths from the vaccine. http://www.skirsch.com/covid/Deaths.pdf
2. Big win against vaccine mandates in Florida. https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/21067603-order-on-gainesville-vaccine-mandate
3. As forecast, Feds moving to a digital currency: "A digital currency is not an ‘if’ it comes, it is ‘when’ it comes." https://equity.guru/2021/09/23/the-federal-reserve-pops-markets-but-are-stock-markets-out-of-the-woods/
4. The Deep State's Big Lie, in collusion with Big Tech and Big Media, that changed the 2020 election. https://greenwald.substack.com/p/new-proof-emerges-of-the-biden-family
5. No politics, just football, and real football analysis from the Manning brothers gives ESPN their highest rated alternative telecast ever. https://nypost.com/2021/09/21/mannings-monday-night-football-show-sees-massive-ratings-jump/
United case raises the legal argument I've been urging.
Five most interesting news stories of the day, as curated by yours truly...
1. A book recommendation: my brother's forthcoming book. "An accessible guide to practical epistemological questions about which experts you should trust, the pervasiveness of bias in oneself and others, the proliferation of misinformation on the internet, and how you should respond when lots of people disagree with you. Highly recommended." "https://www.hackettpublishing.com/how-do-you-know-4422
2. How many Covid-listed deaths are actually vaccine-induced deaths? The case of Hawaii. https://roundingtheearth.substack.com/p/estimating-vaccine-induced-mortality-2d9
3. Even the media starting to pick up on the legal problems with mandating vaccines to those with natural immunity. https://news.yahoo.com/proof-natural-immunity-could-pose-145028930.html
4. The Chinese real estate bubble might be about to pop a big global company. https://www.cnet.com/news/what-is-evergrande-chinas-potential-debt-crisis-explained/
In honor of the @VivaFrei campaign to save Canada, and the general esprit of contesting power against overwhelming odds, a favorite image of mine in contrasting style (like the Cartier-Bresson photos I enjoy so much), of a French resistance fighter against the Nazis enjoying a glass of French wine in rebellious expression of expressing joy amongst what would feel like overwhelming obstacles. Viva La Resistance.
1. Canada's election results basically stay stagnant from 2019, with one exception -- the People's Party tripling their vote, and exceeding 5%, so those lucky enough to take my bet of over 3.7% can cash in their winnings soon. Viva quadrupled the party's vote in his local district, but will not be forced into the life of a politician just yet. https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2021/09/21/we-will-continue-this-battle-peoples-party-of-canada-shoots-past-the-green-party-in-the-popular-vote-despite-not-winning-seat.html
2. Project Veritas exposes how CDC and FDA cover up vaccine injuries.
3. Workers still sitting on their stimmy checks rather than returning to work. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-09-20/employers-are-baffled-as-u-s-benefits-end-and-jobs-go-begging
4. A problem for Democrats unsustainable coalition of upper-income professional class urbanites and working class minority votes as they now decide they don't want to be ...
1. Covid. The insanity of mandating the vaccine for little kids. https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/pfizer-says-their-covid-vaccine-works
2. Legal. Secret court decisions go to SCOTUS. https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/20/20-1499/180284/20210527092519180_210147a%20Amicus%20Brief%20for%20efiling.pdf
3. Economic. Inflation ate away all the wage gains. https://www.bloombergquint.com/gadfly/inflation-has-turned-15-an-hour-wages-into-a-setback
4. Political. UK gamblers think the Conservatives and People's Party will over perform expectations tonight. https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/specials/politics/20210917-canadian-election-odds-over-54pp-of-bets-on-conservatives
5. Cultural. Less overt politics brought some of the fans back. https://www.sportspromedia.com/news/nfl-week-one-tv-ratings-viewers-ravens-raiders-bucs-cowboys-nbc-cbs-fox-espn/
I honestly prefer it if I were the Jury, as this poster from the 80s remake of the famous Mike Hammer film from the 50s reminds me of oh so well. Spillane's creation graced my television waves as a kid in the Mike Hammer tv show. From the great 40's detective novelists and characters like Sam Spade and Phillip Marlowe, the well named Mike Hammer fought for justice his own way, as the aptly titled description depicts: I, The Jury.
Discussing all things uncensored, and taking your questions...
While we will definitely review the upcoming Canadian elections and the various vaccine mandate related cases (Federal court enjoins New York's mandate, Washington 1st responders sue Governor, pregnant couple sues over vaccine mandate, Arizona sues Biden over vaccine mandate), choose which topic amongst those below you would like us to highlight:
A favorite image of mine, represented in a painting that hangs in the courthouse where I currently am trying a case that comes to a close Monday. When facing perceived insurmountable odds, I am reminded of this image, as a group of Americans decided to go where no society had gone before in their memories: establish a Constitutional republic, recognizing the people as the source of all legitimate power, the rule of law as its governing tool,. the democratic republic as its implementing instrument, and the rights of man as its guiding light, against centuries of rule by dynastic monarchies, corrupted institutions of influence, and self-serving aristocracies of inbred privilege. The revolution of thought surmounted even the revolution of power, and it changed the world forever, for the good, following in the footsteps of those who fertilized the seeds of these ideas in their smaller, less successful struggles in the centuries prior. Sometimes the impossible is worth fighting for, no ...
1. Covid. Even FDA can't take the bait on booster shots for everybody. https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/boom-goes-the-dynamite-the-fda-advisory
2. Legal. Vaccine mandate lawsuits proliferate. https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/572675-small-business-group-intends-to-sue-biden-administration-over-vaccine
3. Economic. Real retail sales heading toward quarterly contraction. http://www.shadowstats.com/
4. Political. Newsome salvaged his recall effort with a flood of cash and the "it's me or a Republican" gamble in a heavily Democratic state, but there were cracks beneath the surface, including continued erosion of Democratic support in working class ethnic and insular California communities. https://marketresearchfoundation.org/2021/09/15/newsom-survives-recall-election-but-trouble-is-brewing-in-california/
5. Cultural. The African-American skepticism of vaccines starting to show more cracks in the Covid lockdown political coalitions. ...
1. Covid. LAPD officers challenge vaccine mandate. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/lapd-employees-file-federal-lawsuit-challenging-city-s-covid-19-vaccine-mandate/ar-AAOoxNL
2. Legal. Austin judges rule against Texas abortion law. https://www.dallasnews.com/news/2021/09/13/court-sides-with-planned-parenthood-bid-to-block-lawsuits-from-tx-abortion-law-formal-ruling-coming/
3. Economic. The "Contraction in August 2021 Payrolls Remained Deeper than Anything Seen in the Last Seven Recessions, Back to 1957, Outside of the Great Recession." http://www.shadowstats.com/
4. Political. The cognitive dissonance of the left dealing with the combination of the recall & a black conservative challenger continues. https://www.yahoo.com/now/column-larry-elder-danger-model-130011564.html
5. Cultural. A woke Indiana Jones? "Waller-Bridge has become synonymous with wokeness when it comes to Hollywood productions." ...
We will cover the Biden Vaccine Mandate and mask mandate disputes for sure. What other topic amongst those below do you want to see us prioritize?
Stolen from a board member. A great black-and-white photo of Times Square on a rainy day during World War 2, a great reminder of the more difficult times humanity confronted. The hanging lamps, the streetcars, the cars in the streets, the light dancing in the water on the streets crafting their own rivers of reflection, the vintage billboards, the meandering strangers, the subway walkway down and the Flatiron building ahead. All a reminder that Americans beat the King, beat the Nazis, and beat the Commies. We can beat what comes next too.
1. Covid. The court of public opinion matters. UK scraps its vaccine passport plans due to public protest. https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/boris-johnson-ditches-uks-covid-19-vaccine-passport-plan-under-pressure-from-his-own-party/ar-AAOmo7u
2. Legal. In a split-the-baby ruling, the big take away is that Apple must allow app developers a way for people to buy their app without having to the pay the hefty 30% commission to Apple. https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/21060696-epic-v-apple-ruling
3. Economic. We approach 1990s tech bubble hysteria in the markets. https://invesbrain.com/why-one-bank-is-warning-its-clients-of-an-imminent-hard-correction/
4. Political. I still favor the PPC to top the 3.7& forecast in the Canadian sportsbooks. https://www.sportsinteraction.com/specials/political-betting-lines/
5. Cultural. NFL commences. My week 1 preview.
Biden's mandates, more mandate lawsuits, 9/11 remembered, and your questions...
Vaccine lawsuits, your questions, and more...ask your questions in the reply thread below
1. Covid. OSHA effectively admitting it didn't want vaccine injuries reported in order to hide the risks of the vaccine from the public. https://ogletree.com/insights/osha-revokes-guidance-on-recordability-of-covid-19-vaccine-reactions/
2. Legal. "“If you listen really closely to the livestream of Biden’s speech, you can hear the sound of a million lawsuits being filed,” https://petition-central.com/private-employers-prepare-lawsuits-against-bidens-sweeping-vaccine-mandate/
3. Economic. Companies start secretly spying on remote workers. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/sep/05/covid-coronavirus-work-home-office-surveillance
4. Political. Biden's "retaliatory" strike against "ISIS" turned out to be an innocent family who helped Americans. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/nyt-confirms-biden-murdered-innocent-family-kabul-drone-strike
5. Cultural. Unknown signal from the universe. https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/384783
1. Covid. Pushback against Biden's mass testing-or-vaccination campaign was quick and furious. https://nypost.com/2021/09/10/biden-ripped-by-gop-governors-over-vaccine-mandate-threaten-legal-action/
2. Legal. "Avalanche" of lawsuits against vaccine mandates. https://www.newsweek.com/joe-biden-vaccine-mandate-lawsuits-republican-1627751
3. Economic. Producer Price Index shows more inflation to come. https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/us-producer-prices-soar-record-pace-august-9-months-row
4. Political. More indicators the Democratic party's intolerance loses more of its coalition. https://www.politico.com/news/2021/09/09/andrew-yang-third-party-511033
5. Cultural. NFL week 1 arrives, and the gamblers get ready for the big show. https://www.insidehook.com/article/sports/expert-nfl-picks-week-1-pro-handicappers-best-bets
A photo reminiscent of where I must try a case this coming week: the Greensboro 4. 4 Freshmen decided to use the sit-in to desegregate one Wooldworth's. They were told at the time, by other black workers, they were no-good rabble-rousing, troublemakers who would change nothing. They refused to forfeit. Their resilience launched a nationwide movement that began the process of desegregating the south before Civil Rights laws even passed Congress. A small step that leaped the world.
1. Covid. If vaccines reduce Covid deaths, why have Covid deaths risen in both Israel and the UK as vaccination rates rose? https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/a-chart-of-covid-deaths-in-britain?
2. Legal. A second challenge in Maine to vaccine mandates. https://www.newscentermaine.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/second-lawsuit-filed-over-vaccine-mandate-for-health-care-workers-in-maine-governor-janet-mills/97-e7c97b48-4d1e-4f3c-887b-a54d17943139
3. Economic. Another debt default impending. https://thehill.com/policy/finance/571237-yellen-us-on-track-to-default-on-national-debt-in-october
4. Political. Some crazy maneuvering in North Carolina's Supreme Court. https://www.carolinajournal.com/opinion-article/one-state-supreme-court-case-could-destroy-the-court-for-years-to-come/?fbclid=IwAR3wbfRF8FFv-i3g6IOGUJM2k-H0q_kk1LR-TX7HwMCbw4wr2cIm4TruPFI
5. Cultural. Matrix returns at an appropriate time. ...
1. Covid. Institutional media continue to pretend the lab-source of Covid19 isn't really a thing. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/10/9/320/htm
2. Legal. Vaccine mandate lawsuits continue to grow. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2021/09/08/detroit-hospital-workers-file-lawsuit-over-coronavirus-vaccine-mandate/5772551001/
3. Economic. You probably don't want to look at where the Shiller PE ratio currently is. https://www.multpl.com/shiller-pe
4. Political. "The new domestic surveillance program" for the IRS "is one prong of a tripartite strategy for transforming the entire global financial system into a harmonious, haven-free collection funnel to the IRS." https://reason.com/2021/09/08/bidens-total-financial-surveillance/
5. Cultural. The incorrigibly politically incorrect South Park boys continue to stay relevant and cancel cancel culture itself. ...
My favorite clock from one of my favorite places I visited. Nina Simone magically sang of time, and her soundtracks hallmark beautiful films in a trio of favorites in Dancer Upstairs, Thomas Crowne Affair, and Before Sunset. This famous astronomical clock sits in the center of Prague, where the ancient dances with the contemporary as the city feels like a time transcendent place where modern bars end in centuries old backroom monasteries. Just in Time.
1/ Covid. Suit filed against the FDA. https://www.yahoo.com/now/children-health-defense-sues-food-152300483.html
2/ Legal. Lawsuit filed challenging school mask mandates. https://apnews.com/article/health-education-pennsylvania-coronavirus-pandemic-759c2814c935e83486c0c02716157c52
3/ Economic. Ticket sales collapse where vaccine passports instituted. https://summit.news/2021/09/06/ticket-sales-flatlining-as-rebellion-against-vaccine-passports-grows/
4/ Political. Fauci's pals knee-deep in bioweapons research in China, "a road map to the high-risk research that could have led to the current pandemic." https://theintercept.com/2021/09/06/new-details-emerge-about-coronavirus-research-at-chinese-lab/
5/ Cultural. Actors increasingly obsess over the rising influence of the populist-inclined critics. "Liu took to Instagram where he posted a collection of thumbnails from YouTubers The Quartering, The Critical Drinker, Geeks + Gamers, Nerdrotic, Heel vs Babyface, and Ryan Kinel." ...
From Liberty Counsel. https://lc.org/PDFs/Attachments2PRsLAs/090221LtrreWAStateCOVIDMandates.pdf
Diego Rivera might have been a lush, a lech and a part-time Commie, but the man's murals made great labor-celebratory art. His Detroit mural series captured the creative power of American labor harnessing technology to its will with determined, impassioned energy that the murals unleash on the viewing audience. You feel the unfettered force and determined will of the workmen. A worthy dedication to the workingman on Labor Day.
1. Covid. Good cite-rich piece on the uselessness of masks. https://rationalground.com/masks-children-and-covid-19-published-studies/
2. Legal. Nut-job lefty parents sue to demand the Governor mandate masks on all kids, all the time, in all schools, especially schools their kids don't even attend. This is urban professional elites demanding rural working class parents do as they demand. https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2021/09/05/walz-school-mask-mandate-lawsuit/
3. Economic. Pension plans go on a borrowing spree worse than 2008. https://mishtalk.com/economics/bad-ideas-tried-again-pension-plans-borrow-money-at-a-record-pace-to-invest
4. Political. Good depiction of the "global authoritarian movement" that is Covid politics. https://off-guardian.org/2021/09/03/the-covidian-cult-part-iii/
5. Cultural. Masterclass sessions usually charge hundreds of dollars. My year-long Masterclass in sports betting is free, with the first two classes already up. ...
When the natural world paints for the human eye with its geologic wonders. An underwater cave, with colors and shapes so surreal, you double check its real, and not a painting by Picasso protege. I love the wild, flowing shapes of the rock, the striking, streaking bright colors of yellow and purple, the disappearing caverns beyond, and the reflections within the Caribbean blue waters below, as sunlight slips out just out of sight to the right. I'd like to set up a little reading cubicle inside here, where I could chill, contemplate, mediate, reflect, and just enjoy for hours and hours.
1. Covid. Attempting to decipher the data in terms of possible correlations between Covid, the vaccine, and excess deaths. https://drowningindatadotblog.wordpress.com/2021/03/19/linking-excess-deaths-and-sars-cov2-vaccinations-in-scotland/
2. Legal. Good letter Liberty Counsel sent to Washington over that state's attempt to discriminate against religious exemptions. https://lc.org/PDFs/Attachments2PRsLAs/090221LtrreWAStateCOVIDMandates.pdf
3. Economic. Low-income workers continue to get hammered by the lockdown hangover. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/16/jobs-still-down-22-percent-for-low-wage-workers-theyre-up-for-everyone-else.html
4. Political. Anyone who thinks these redistricting commissions are actually "non-partisan" look no further than the attempt to hurt the populist-oriented Congresswoman Boebert. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/gop-lauren-boebert-democrats-district-colorado-election-map-proposal
5. Cultural. The lefty invasion of comics continues to haunt the comics, as ...
Football, lawsuits, fake news, and your questions...