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DoD Data Show That 60% Of “Covid” Hospitalizations In 65 And Older Patients Are “Fully Vaccinated”

DoD Data Show That 60% Of “Covid” Hospitalizations In 65 And Older Patients Are “Fully Vaccinated”

by: Ethan Huff (Natural News) The Department of Defense (DoD) in conjunction with Humetrix, JAIC, and Project Salus, has released new data showing that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” are hardly the miracle that they are hailed as being. Entitled “Effectiveness of mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Against the Delta Variant Among 5.6M Medicare Beneficiaries 65 Years and Older,” a slide […]

Sacramento, CA | Comment On Latest Small Business Economic Trends Report

Sacramento, CA | Comment On Latest Small Business Economic Trends Report

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 14, 2021—The nation’s leading economic barometer of its Main Street economy, released today, shows no breakthrough that would point to a quick or sustainable economic recovery at the moment, only a nagging uncertainty about everything. “Reading the economic tea leaves when they just floated was tricky enough in the best of times, […]

Study: COVID Shot Enhances Delta Infectivity

Study: COVID Shot Enhances Delta Infectivity

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola STORY AT-A-GLANCE According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who got the COVID shot early are now at increased risk for severe COVID disease This may be a sign that antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) is occurring, or it may simply indicate that the protection offered is limited […]

American governors urged to fight COVID databases

American governors urged to fight COVID databases

By Bob Unruh  WND News Center ‘There is reason to be worried no matter where you live’ To stop COVID vaccine passports, governors and state lawmakers must target the databases behind them that collect personal medical data, contends Christopher Bedford, the vice chairman of Young Americans For Freedom. Bedford, who also is a board member at the National […]

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Column By Drew Allen While it is never easy being a fleet manager, there are certain behaviors and attitudes that you can adopt to become the best in what you do. If you want to excel as a fleet manager, here are some tips to do just that. Corporate Understanding The first thing you will […]

CDC Director Says School Is ‘One Of The Safest Places’ For Children, Data Supports In-Person Learning

CDC Director Says School Is ‘One Of The Safest Places’ For Children, Data Supports In-Person Learning

MARY ROSE CORKERY REPORTER The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Robert Redfield said school “is one of the safest places” for children and data supports in-person learning. Redfield stressed the importance of adhering to data during a White House press briefing on Thursday. The CDC director also said “data-driven decisions” are what should lead discussions regarding […]

Data Doesn’t Support Cloth Masks Reduce COVID-19 Risks: Nurse

Data Doesn’t Support Cloth Masks Reduce COVID-19 Risks: Nurse

BY MEILING LEE A pediatric nurse said she was compelled to research the science on the risks and benefits of cloth masks after learning that her granddaughter’s preschool would require every child over the age of 2 to wear a mask. Patricia Neuenschwander, a registered nurse with over 25 years of experience, said she understands that the preschool had the […]

Art of Coronavirus Predictive Modeling Flawed

Art of Coronavirus Predictive Modeling Flawed

    Dr. Kevin McNamee Since the beginning of the Coronavirus watch began late December, epidemiologists from many universities have created computer models to predict its transmission rates and impact upon health-care delivery system and guide policy makers. These models are only as good as the data and assumptions used to derive the mathematical model. […]

CISA (the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act): Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Internet Liberty

CISA (the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act): Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Internet Liberty

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Well into the third decade of widely available Internet access for regular people, it’s getting more and more difficult to focus public attention on threats to our freedoms in cyberspace. We’re tired of having to constantly keep track of and squash the latest political and bureaucratic schemes to seize […]

Pwnd Again: Don’t Trust These Jokers With Your Information

Pwnd Again: Don’t Trust These Jokers With Your Information

    By Thomas L. Knapp There’s an old television trope — I’m not sure where it originated — in which a shady-looking character walks up to a group, flashes open his trenchcoat to reveal a bunch of cheap (and presumably stolen) timepieces, and asks “anyone wanna buy a watch?” That image springs to mind […]

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