What did the FDA just approve?
The FDA announced it approved Pfizer’s COVID vaccine amid great fanfare. But what data did they use to advance from EAU to full approval during a new outbreak of a different variant? The same data used to approve the EAU. But the news gets even worse.
Hope Made Me a Terrorist
“There is nothing covered up that won’t be exposed and nothing secret that won’t be made known. Therefore, what you have said in darkness will be heard in the daylight, and what you have whispered in private rooms will be shouted from the housetops.”
The Most Brilliant POTUS in History – A Spy Novel
President Ronald Qump plays 4-D chess while his opponents struggle through the rules of Chinese Checkers. The smartest, wiliest leader in the history of the United States of America–now several moves ahead of his befuddled opponents–prepares for the Checkmate move that will change the world. Here’s how.
Trump’s Uncivil War
(…has nothing to do with Donald Trump)
“Then they will deliver you to tribulation, and will kill you, and you will be hated by all nations because of My name.” Matthew 24:9
What’s more terrifying than losing America?
Having to speak about it in public. Watching the public hearings on election integrity took me back to a time when I was terrified of appearing in public. Here’s what I did to overcome the fear and pitfalls of public speaking.
What do you call someone who…
Many of you have followed my, “What do you call someone who…,” posts on Facebook, and many have guessed that each shocking scenario indicts the same person. This will (hopefully) be my final post about this woman – until I’m finally free to reveal her identity. What do you call a woman who exploits the CARES […]
What do you mean, ‘media bias’?
You hear a lot these days about media bias, but what exactly does that mean? How does the media bias a story? I’ve decided to start posting examples of bias so that news consumers can recognize and reject it. The birth of the news Before we discuss bias, it’s important to understand how news is made. […]
What do I think of journalism today?
A Facebook friend recently responded to my photo album of journalism awards with a question I’ve avoided answering through the years, mostly because I don’t want to be cancelled: “What do you think of journalism today?” After 15 years as a journalist and several more years writing straight-to-print press releases, I definitely have an opinion […]
COVID-19: Shattering records every day
COVID-19 shatters new records every day, but how much do you trust the data on which those records are based? Break out the salt.
Dissent: Food for the Brain
The only idea that causes permanent and insurmountable harm, is the idea that some thoughts are too dangerous to think. The systematic cancellation of dissenters will not end with the icky folk.