Archive for November 2020

Why Covid Deaths Don’t Add to the Overall Number of Deaths

Shocking new study of Covid-19 deaths from Genevieve Briand of Johns Hopkins University: A closer look at U.S. deaths due to Covid-19 JHU study says Covid-19 has relatively little effect on deaths in the U.S. Carefull, this may be forbidden knowledge. Let X be the average number of people in America who die each year,…

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Dominion Exec Brags that made sure Trump would not win

Joe Oltmann, the founder of FEC (Faith Education Commerce) United, spoke to OAN about how he participated in a September 27 conference with members of antifa, and allegedly made a bombshell discovery about a key member of the leadership of Dominion Voting Systems. Oltmann said he learned that “Eric from Dominion,” whom he later identified…

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How to Have Free, Fair and Honest Elections

All we need do is look at how Wyoming did its elections in the 1950s. There was one voting day, no early voting unless we consider voting by absentee ballot to be early voting. Absentee ballots were only sent to a person who requested it and gave an approved reason for not voting at the…

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Trump blows up Dems DACA proposal with one big question

This is a re-post from January 12, 2018. I’m posting it again here because it seems to fit well into what we are currently experiencing. We should not get hung up on Trump’s language.  Trump is the warrior we need and he knows what he’s doing. When you’re in a war of sorts for the…

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Tucker Carlson Goes Out On a Limb

Earlier this week Tucker Carlson had a little meltdown on his FoxNews “Tucker Carlson Tonight” show. He went after Sidney Powell for not producing the evidence for the claims she has made against the Left-wing vote fraud to steal the election from Donald Trump. She has given an overall description of the sort of evidence she…

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Is there an afterlife? (an updated version)

No says Steven Pinker, a Harvard psychologist: “Belief in an afterlife is a malignant delusion, since it devalues actual lives and discourages action that would make them live longer, safer, and happier.” I would like to know how he knows so much. Human beings are sentient meaning we feel and perceive things we cannot prove.…

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Trump Is Going To Win This Thing

Jay Valentine of American Thinker and Scott Adams of Dilbert fame both agree on this, and I agree with them. They make a compelling account of how it will happen. Here is the short hand version, in my words not theirs: The mainstream media has awarded Biden 290 electoral votes. But they are fake news.…

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“I’m Mad Too, Eddie”

“I’m Mad Too, Eddie,” was a popular bumper sticker from the late 1970’s, along with the “misery index,” the sum of the rate of inflation and the unemployment rate. Maybe the interest rate as well. This was the Jimmah Carter era of stagflation, i.e., high unemployment and high inflation simultaneously. Eddie Chiles was all over…

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Drivers, Analyticals, Amiables, Expressives

These four words, drivers, analyticals, amiables, expressives, supposedly describe personality types, temperament, disposition, communication style, personal markers of one’s ways of interacting with others and/or with facts and circumstances. Drivers are said to be can-do types, hard charging, quick thinking doers and deciders. They make up their minds and quickly render decisions on most things.…

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Jonny Carson Interviews Ronald Reagan

The great majority of us today have no recollection of Johnny Carson and The Tonight Show which was “the” late night television show from 1962-1992. Before that it was the Jack Parr show. You’d have to be nearly as old as I am to have ever watched Parr. Anyway, both Parr and Carson were stellar…

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