Thought for the day

"There is no worse mistake in public leadership than to hold out false hopes soon to be swept away. The British people can face peril or misfortune with fortitude and buoyancy, but they bitterly resent being deceived or finding that those responsible for their affairs are themselves dwelling in a fool's paradise." -- Winston Churchill

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FDA approves unpopular bivalent Covid shot for BABIES and 'encourages parents to get their child vaccinated before the holidays' MikeRivero Thu, 12/08/2022 - 13:36

US health officials today approved Pfizer and Moderna's bivalent Covid vaccines for babies, in a move bound to draw criticism.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has green-lit plans for the updated shots to be given as part of a three-dose course for children aged six months to four years.

Offshore wind farms have become integral to President Joe Biden’s version of the Green New Deal.

The idea is that arrays of wind turbines would spin in the ocean breeze, creating carbon-free electricity and thus helping to combat climate change.

The Blaze reports that offshore wind farms have an environmental impact that their proponents have yet to anticipate.

House GOP Asks (Again) To Discuss Fentanyl Crisis With Biden MikeRivero Thu, 12/08/2022 - 13:16

House Republicans are requesting a sit-down meeting with President Biden to discuss the ongoing scourge of fentanyl overdoses after he traveled to Arizona earlier this week but declined to visit the southern border, telling reporters that there were “more important things going on.”

Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana, outgoing chairman of the Republican Study Committee, authored the letter obtained by RealClearPolitics. It wasn’t the first, however, that House Republicans have sent.

At a private event over the weekend, Governor Ron DeSantis said that his administration intends to hold vaccine manufacturers accountable for making false claims about COVID products that have caused injuries and death.

The governor said he would be working with Florida Surgeon General Joseph A. Ladapo “to hold these manufacturers accountable for this mRNA [shot] because they said there were no side effects and we know that there have been a lot.”

Dr. Cole is hearing from oncologists and colleagues left and right, and they are seeing an alarming rate of unusual cancers, especially leiomyosarcoma, in the vaginal tract and uterus.

And then they came for the unborn. 

Dr. Ryan Cole, the pathologist who has been speaking about the anomalies he has discovered in the bodies of vaccinated and unvaccinated patients since the roll-out of the covid shots, is now seeing unusual signs that are a huge red flag for fertility.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) held a panel on COVID-19 vaccines in Washington on Dec. 7, featuring experts including Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough.

Experts discussed vaccine development, vaccine composition, data from insurance and adverse event systems, and other topics.

Here are four takeaways from the panel.

A New Drug Called "Tranq" Is Worsening Philadelphia's Already Out-Of-Control Drug Problem MikeRivero Thu, 12/08/2022 - 10:13

As if Philadelphia didn't have a big enough problem on its hands with its "zombie streets" in the Northeast lined with drug users a new drug is making its way out into the city. Philly Voice published a new piece this week detailing the veterinary sedative xylazine, also known as "tranq", which is now being "pervasive" in the drug scene and is mixed with fentanyl. 

The G20, which is a group of 19 nations that includes the United States, and the European Union, recently held its annual business meeting (B20) in Bali, Indonesia. At this meeting, they declared that a digital vaccine passport, standardized by the World Health Organization, will be part of international pandemic prevention and response moving forward.

Pfizer has countersued Moderna after being accused of stealing mRNA technology to create the Covid vaccine.

The ongoing legal battle now sees Pfizer and its partner BioNTech reject its rival's claims it copied the shot.

Pfizer has accused Moderna of rewriting history, and dubbed its lawsuit 'revisionist history'.

The gas-drilling company made famous by the documentary “Gasland” will pay $16.29 million to connect the homes of residents in the rural Pennsylvania community of Dimock to a clean water source. The company also will pay the residents’ water bills for 75 years.