Thursday - Jul 09, 2020

COLUMN

  • Age is a factor for risk but not the only one for coronavirus disease

    Age is a factor for risk but not the only one for coronavirus disease

    by Lauran Neergaard   WASHINGTON (AP) — Older people remain most at risk of dying as the new coronavirus continues its rampage around the globe, but they’re far from the only ones vulnerable. One of many mysteries: Men seem to be faring worse than women. And as cases skyrocket in the U.S. and Europe, it’s

  • Coronavirus is revealing a secret—America has no real public health system

    Coronavirus is revealing a secret—America has no real public health system

    by Robert Reich Opinion   March 17, 2020 – Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and just about the only official in the Trump administration trusted to tell the truth about the coronavirus, said last Thursday: “The system does not, is not really geared to what we need

  • UK downgrades COVID-19   

    UK downgrades COVID-19  

    No longer a high consequence infectious disease   by Jon Rappoport March 25, 2020   Where is the media roar all over the world—blasting out the news that the UK government no longer considers COVID an existential threat to all life on Earth? No giant headlines indicating that the dominos are now starting to fall

  • Here’s what the CDC says about the test for the Coronavirus   

    Here’s what the CDC says about the test for the Coronavirus  

    Straight from the horse’s mouth—both sides by Jon Rappoport   —The CDC (US Centers for Disease Control) admits the coronavirus test is flawed. That’s the overview and the takeaway— As my readers know, I’ve described why the widespread diagnostic test for the coronavirus is insufficient, misleading, useless, and deceptive. That test, used all over the

  • Italy coronavirus: new explosive information

    Italy coronavirus: new explosive information

    by Jon Rappoport March 19, 2020   A very brief update. Read this carefully. Many people who were diagnosed as “coronavirus cases” in Italy, and then died, were almost certainly put on antiviral drugs. As you’ll see, below, a significant percentage of these people had prior heart conditions or high blood pressure. But at least

  • Domestic violence against men: no laughing matter

    Domestic violence against men: no laughing matter

    New research indicates high-rates of domestic abuse against men   by Rob Whitley, Ph.D. Talking About Men   Today is international men’s day. This is an opportunity to shed light on issues faced by men that typically lie in the shadows of society. One of these issues is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) against men. The popular

  • Nano-technology: one world, one brain

    Nano-technology: one world, one brain

    From lexico.com: nanotechnology: “The branch of technology that deals with dimensions and tolerances of less than 100 nanometers, especially the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules”   by Jon Rappoport   The recent arrest of Harvard pioneer in the field of nanotechnology, Charles Lieber—on charges of lying to federal authorities about his business connections to

  • Is the draft coming back in the US?

    Is the draft coming back in the US?

    by Ron Paul   During recent increased US-Iran confrontation, so many people viewed the Selective Service website to find out about the draft that the website crashed. People were right to be concerned about a return of the draft. With the ongoing military conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan unlikely to end any time soon, and the

  • The new racism in the US: against white people   

    The new racism in the US: against white people  

    by Walter E. Williams   A voter may dislike a black, homosexual or female candidate, but it’s not likely that he would openly admit it. However, diversity-crazed leftist/progressive Democrats have openly condemned the physical characteristics of some of their 2020 presidential candidates. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are leading the polls despite the fact that