POLITICAL: Could President Kamala be any worse?


If you think Joe Biden’s bad, just imagine President Kamala …
By Piers Morgan
June 28, 2022

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Picture the scene:

It’s July 4, 2023, and President Kamala Harris is about to address the American people about Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Poland.

She’s been leader of the free world for six months since Joe Biden, implementing the 25th Amendment, abruptly resigned on the grounds of physical and mental incapacity after the Democrats suffered the worst midterm election mauling in history, losing 120 House seats and eight Senate seats.

This beat President Grover Cleveland’s long-held ignominious 1892 record of “biggest midterm wipe-out ever” and meant the Republicans seized back full control of Congress with paralyzing, agenda-wrecking majorities.

(It was reported that Biden fell into a spontaneous catatonic state after seeing the sheer size of his failure to persuade Americans he was doing a good job, though it took White House aides several days to realize he wasn’t acting normally.)

President Harris’ tenure in office has bordered on the miraculous, in that she has managed to be even worse than her predecessor — something political experts didn’t think was possible.

In fact, her presidency has been a catalog of calamities, dominated by woke-ravaged lunacy.

Her first decision was to make freshperson Congressperson Megan Rapinoe her vice president, saying how delighted she was to appoint the first gay woman to such high office — only for Rapinoe to wreck the historic moment by issuing a furious statement saying she now identified as a non-binary bisexual womb-carrier, so had never been so offended and was quitting before she even started.

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Well, since we know Slo Joe isn’t running things, who’s running the show now?

Maybe Kamala might be slightly better?


VOCABULARY: What is a “right”?



French President Macron: abortion is a fundamental right for women

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As a fat old white guy injineer, I struggle when people use words that make no sense. When they add adjectives, they don’t seem to help my understanding.

A “right” is a meme that humans have agreed that everyone “has” by virtue of their humanity with respect to other humans.

You can chat with a lion, bear, or tiger, about your “rights”.  “Rights” have to be backed up with or enforced by force.  In polite society, “rights” are mutually agreed after a long violent process of “adjudication”.  

Now we can discuss “positive” and “negative” rights.  If you have a “negative” right, it’s somethings others agree not to interfere with (i.e., “free speech”).  If you have a positive “right”, then who has an obligation to provide it?  

Hence, little L libertarians don’t believe there are any “positive” rights.

Now let us parse Macron’s statement: “fundamental right”.

Clearly, he is stating a case for a “positive” right.  Who pays?  Who is FORCED to provide this service?

I don’t understand what “fundamental” adds to the equation.

And, we have to understand that “abortion” is killing a living human being. Seriously, does anyone believe that life doesn’t NOT begin at conception. 

Finally, how about that human life that is being killed?  When do that young human get their “rights”?  If you have to draw lines, the ones that have been suggested are: conception, first heartbeat, end of the first trimester, when “born”.  From my pov as a fat old white guy injineer, it when that child can defend his “rights” — for sure!



ECONOMICS: If my leased car’s value is understated, ain’t I paying from more “leave value” than I am getting?

Ford eliminates end-of-lease purchase option for EVs


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The “game” may be having a “rules” change because used cars are more valuable than the lease’s return price.​

So that means you the leaser (i.e., sucker) paid more for the value of the lease than calculated and you can’t recapture that at the end of the lease by selling the “pig” privately.

Seems like something akin to theft by fraud.


GUNS: Interesting facts about Israeli AR15 carry — Seems reasonable



Israeli Girl

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In Israel soldiers are required to keep their issue weapons on them at all time, so there you’ll see young ~20 y/o women walking around with slung full auto rifles, sometimes in civilian clothes. They’re not doing this to make some kind of political point, and they’re usually friendly, so please don’t shoot them!

-Israeli carry rules prohibit magazine in gun when not in use, so her magazine is held in place with a special carrier that fits in the magazine well, keeps the mag accessible for quick use and also keeps dirt/junk out of the otherwise empty magwell.

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Seems like an idea we should borrow.


TINFOILHAT: RIP Caleb Swanigan; did the Covid Fax kill him?


Caleb Swanigan: How can a 25-year-old die from natural causes?

  • The term means someone didn’t kill him and it wasn’t an accident. It is common since the jabs rolled out for young people to die unexpectedly like this. It is only happening to the vaccinated…

Steve Kirsch

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Doyel: Purdue’s Caleb ‘Biggie’ Swanigan escaped brutal childhood, but story ends at age 25
Gregg Doyel
Indianapolis Star

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People are crying for Caleb “Biggie” Swanigan in West Lafayette today. People are crying at Purdue. People are crying on the south side of Indianapolis, which is where I live. A man is crying in the living room here. I’m alone.

We are emotional because Biggie was wonderful and because this isn’t the natural order of life. We don’t bury our children. No, Biggie wasn’t my child, or yours. But he was ours, you know? And he was so young. Too young, just 25, when news of his death was announced Tuesday morning.

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What does “natural causes” mean?  It seems an oddly more frequent occurrence that young healthy men just drop dead. Is this part of a large uncontrolled experiment on “We, The Sheeple”?

I’ll just adjust my tin foil hat and wait for the truth to emerge in six months.  That seems to be the lifecycle from “Conspiracy Theory” to “Generally Accepted Fact”.


GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Does the Gooferment have a duty when they “steal” something?


D.C. woman leaves town to help mother, returns home to destroyed Jeep
By Matt Delaney – The Washington Times – Thursday, June 23, 2022

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A D.C. resident received an unwelcome surprise when she returned home after spending months away: her Jeep had been destroyed.

Susan Hekhuis left the area at the end of February to take care of her elderly mother, who had broken her leg. But when Ms. Hekhuis sent a friend to check on her Jeep a few weeks ago, that’s when her sorry tale began, Washington NBC TV affiliate WRC-4 reported.

“There I am trying to take care of my mom and do my job and take care of a million other things, and the last thing on my mind was that you towed my car and destroyed it,” she said.

News4 reported that D.C.’s Department of Public Works had towed Ms. Hekhuis’ vehicle from its original spot on Calvert Street NW since it was along the Rock n’ Roll Half Marathon route.

The only problem is that the Jeep was towed to Connecticut Avenue NW, where street parking isn’t allowed during rush hour. The car racked up five tickets in two weeks, causing it to get towed again, this time to DPW’s impound lot in Blue Plains.

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Sounds like the D.C.’s Department of Public Works owes her a new car and an apology.

When they towed her car, doesn’t that mean they have a duty to protect that asset until it’s returned to its rightful owner.

Sounds like a Fifth Amendment claim.



HEALTH: The current “system” is unsustainable; the answer is NOT Gooferment “healthcare”


The Truth Regarding Health Care
By Keith R. Jackson, M.D.

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There already exist many programs for the poor and uninsured. These could be streamlined and sensibly expanded. What would classify as a necessary addition to the equation would be possible assistance with deductibles and expansion of catastrophic insurance policies for the rest of us. Improving the portability of Health Savings Accounts, making them easier to understand and obtain, would address the former. A creative solution merging government assistance with HSAs and catastrophic insurance policies could go a long way toward appeasing both sides, even though they would scream that this “solution” is wrong. One avenue for saving is the cost of administration of the health care dollar. Private insurers’ administrative costs are surprisingly much higher than the government’s. There must be a “happy medium” there, with less bureaucracy in the former and more effective administration in the latter.

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I think you can look at ANY Gooferment program and see a disaster.

As a first step, the current deductibility problem (i.e., healthcare expense is deductible to employers but not employees) has to be SOLVED.

Then let that work itself out by removing the Gooferment from the “health care system”.


PRODUCTIVITY: YSK about picking someone up at a crowded event


I recently turned a fun event for my fiancée into a disaster when I couldn’t pick her up promptly after the Paul McCartney concert ended.

I had studied the map and instructions about drop off and pick off.  I was very familiar with the venue giving that I’d live in the vicinity for decades.

So the drop off worked well. Lot C next to E.  And we agreed that’s where we would meet.

After dropping her off, I scouted the area and figured out where I could wait.  Got back about 10PM and the concert would end at 1030.  About 10:15, the crowd started to break. 

When I tried my path to the pickup, I found all roads blocked and made outbound only. Argh!  For the better part of an hour, I tried different ways to get to the pickup point.

Finally, I went with the flow and circled around the venue on connecting roads about 2 miles out. Then I tried to reenter closest to the pickup lot. Cut through a blocked gate with I moved and used a handicapped ramp break in the curbing to get to the rendezvous point 90 mintiest after the concert ended. Argh!


Found out that the parking lots were free after 8, so I could have just parked by the rendezvous point.

Upon reflection, I should have went to the rendezvous point long before traffic pattern was with to OUT ONLY.

All directions that I was given by the traffic folks was universally wrong except for the one guy who said: “You can’t there from here.”



POLITICAL: No DACA for felons!


Ten Years Later: Over 53K Illegal Aliens Given DACA Despite Arrest Records Including for Murder, Rape, Kidnapping
John Binder — 17 Jun 20221

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Ten years ago, in 2012, former President Barack Obama created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program via executive order that has allowed nearly 800,000 illegal aliens to evade arrest and deportation.

Standards for the Obama program were set so low that tens of thousands of illegal aliens with prior arrest records for crimes like murder, rape, and kidnapping were able to secure DACA status.

In 2018, then-President Trump’s administration released comprehensive data on DACA, previously hidden by the Obama administration, that revealed the extent to which the program had successfully helped shield criminal illegal aliens from arrest and deportation by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

From 2012 to 2018, about 53,792 illegal aliens were awarded DACA despite having prior arrest records. Meanwhile, nearly 8,000 illegal aliens awarded DACA were later arrested for crimes, the data shows.fe

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This is more evidence that the Gooferment’s politicians and bureaucrats have a different agenda than “We, The Sheeple”.  If they are not going to enforce the laws, then why do we bother to pretend.

At the every least DACA should not cover felons.  And, probably not even those who make a “nuisance” of themselves. 

I don’t think anyone opposes immigration of hard working people seeking a better life; everyone else should be shipped “home”.



HEROIC: No one knew what a hero this man was and how he helped to change the world


A Stranger’s Kindness Helped Boy Escape the Nazis Who Would Go On to Win Nobel Prize–And He Never Knew it
By Andy Corbley – Jun 15, 2022

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What would you do if in the middle of the night, a stranger asked you to legally declare your financial support for an immigrant family that you would never meet—and hadn’t even arrived in your country yet?

That was essentially the proposition that Barnet Yudin, a Russian-American Jew, faced one night in 1938 when a stranger, who was going door-to-door, appealed to the man asking if he could help a Jewish family from Germany flee to North America.

While Yudin hadn’t gone on to be the doctor he dreamed of being, he and his family lived comfortably in Belleville, New Jersey—and his job as a paint salesmen brought in a healthy $120 a month.

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“None of these people would exist today without Barnet Yudin,” David said, emphasizing the difference that Yudin’s choice made.

Joe Yudin, a great-grandson, told Nat Geo that his grandfather didn’t say, “Is this kid going to win the Nobel someday, or play shortstop for the Yankees? He did what he did because it was right and didn’t mention it to anybody. He definitely had this big picture of what humanity should be like.”

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I heard stories about the “affidavit of support” and how difficult it was to get through the bureaucrats in the USA.

What a difference from today when criminals work across the southern border with impunity.

Here a fellow that did the right thing.  Even though no one knew about it for generations later.

(Ever heard that old Irish adage about “good works only count if done in secret”. Funny, I learned that from my maternal English Protestant grandmother who wanted to teach me about my maternal grandfather’s “heathen Irish culture that has a few good points”. ROFL!)

Here’s an example!


GOVEROTRAGEOUS: What will it take to have the Biden Administration to follow the law on criminal aliens?


Federal court again rules against Biden on immigration, says can’t release illegals into U.S.

  • Court rules decision by Majorkas to release migrants who are supposed to be deported is “arbitrary and capricious, contrary to law.”

By The Center Square Staff
By Bethany Blankley
Updated: June 12, 2022 – 7:07pm

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“The Biden Administration is refusing to take custody of criminal aliens despite federal statutes requiring it to do so. Instead, Defendants have issued and implemented unlawful agency memoranda that allow criminal aliens already convicted of felony offenses to roam free in the United States. Such aliens belong in federal custody, as Congress required,” they maintain.

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When?  When “We, The Sheeple” say “no more”.



Ancient Maya installed gemstones in their teeth — and not just for fashion – Big Think

The ancient Maya enjoyed filling their teeth with gemstones. A new study reveals how the procedure was done and how it didn’t kill them.
— Read on bigthink.com/the-past/maya-dental-gemstone/

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I found this fascinating and shows how dikw (i.e., data, information, knowledge, wisdom) has been lost. Wonder what else they knew that we don’t. Dental cement that lasts a thousand years?


GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Lyndon B. Johnson supressed African-American society with Gooferment “help”


‘GREAT SOCIETY’; Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965, this was the greatest devastation, wrong doing on the African-American society, it ‘broke’ them, damaged them; 100 years post slavery 1865 ending…

  • From 1865-1965, 100 years, African-Americans were on their way up and out, doing tremendously well, only 1 in 4 homes was a single parent; then Lyndon’s program ‘helping’, destroyed them

Dr. Paul Alexander
Jun 8

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‘Hollowed’ out African-Americans, cavitated the society, and did it under the guise of ‘doing good by you’. It is an incredible situation.

The truth is, African-Americans were outpacing whites even, based on pure hard work, skill, drive, capability, for the 1st 100 years post abolishment of slavery, 1865 to 1965. With nothing other than pure hard work. Love of America, its flag, using its customs and deep faith and love of family as its glue and fuel. The Great Society in 1965 then functioned to degrade everything that held Black America together as a coherent peoples who were ‘making’ it without any government intervention or help. Making it on their own strength.

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“If the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan wanted to sabotage black academic excellence, he could not find a more effective means to do so than the government school system in most cities.” — Walter Williams’s May 6th, 2010

I can testify to the destructiveness of LBJ’s “help”.  We are now witnessing the fourth generation of “welfare farmers”.  I see poor white and black welfare recipients being “held down by the Man”. Argh!

Parochial education is destroyed.  Family values are denigrated.  Churches are a hollow shell of what they once were.

We need to free the children — all the children — from the tyranny of Gooferment Skrules.

Remember the current “education system” was created by the Prussians to create cannon fodder for the Army, willing morons for the factories, and useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite. Ask where the elite send their children to be educated?  With the notable exception on Amy Carter, it ain’t to Gooferment Skrules.

Let’s start SEPARATING the Gooferment from running things.  Starting with schools.



GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Surveillance Partnerships allows the Gooferment to slip its restraints


Fusion Centers: A Dangerous Surveillance Partnership
By: jprivate|Published on: Apr 8, 2022|Categories: Surveillance

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A damning report on the Maine Information Analysis Center (MIAC) or Fusion Center, reveals just how intertwined corporate and government surveillance of the public has become.

Fusion centers are notoriously secretive about public surveillance and what little we know can be summed up thusly: “official secrecy, moreover, cloaks fusion centers, so what little public information is available on a particular fusion center rarely provides much detail on its unique profile.”

The MIAC Shadow Report reveals how law enforcement goes out of their way to hide who’s actually in charge of public surveillance and is preoccupied with people committing conventional crimes.

The report begins by revealing what many of us already knew or suspected; fusion centers have been and continue to surveil protesters and activists.

“Fusion centers are the nerve system of mass criminalization” the report warns. A major concern of the authors is how fusion centers use private corporations to conduct secret facial recognition and social media surveillance of ‘people of interest’ and warns that self-governing fusion centers are fraught with peril.

Despite there being a statewide ban on using facial recognition to ID innocent people, in Maine, there is evidence MIAC uses data brokers to do an end-run around privacy bans.

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Containing Gooferment bureaucrats is like trying to put toothpaste back in the tube.

This threat to our liberty needs to be addressed but the politicians and bureaucrats like it this way just fine.



INSPIRATIONAL: Second Graders Wrote Adorable Letters On Behalf Of Shelter Animals


Second Graders Wrote Adorable Letters On Behalf Of Shelter Animals To Get Them Adopted, And It Worked Interview

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Kensey Jones, a volunteer at RACC (Richmond Animal Care & Control) and a second grade teacher, decided to combine her wholesome activities together. Despite their lack of language skills, children can be very persuasive. The second-graders at St. Michael’s Episcopal School in Richmond, Virginia, practiced their persuasive writing under a very peculiar set of circumstances.

What did they do, exactly? They tried writing from a shelter animal’s perspective to persuade potential adopters to, well, adopt. They wrote cute texts and drew portraits of the animals all by themselves. Scroll down to read the whole story, and see how it turned out! Spoilers: the mission was successful.

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Give that teacher a raise.  And, extend the idea across the nation.

I thought the idea was great and the results were even better.


HEROIC: Chicago commuter leaps onto subway tracks to rescue man


Moment Chicago commuter, 20, leaps onto subway tracks to rescue man who had fallen onto electrified third rail after a brawl and pulled him to safety: ‘I could feel the shocks through my body but it didn’t stop me’

  • Anthony Perry, 20, was stepping off of a train when he saw the man lying with his head against the third rail and 600 volts of electricity coursing through his body
  • Perry acted immediately, and despite being shocked himself, managed to pull the man to safety
  • With the help of a witness, Perry was able to administer CPR and keep the man alive until emergency services arrived
  • The man who was electrocuted is in serious condition at the University of Chicago Hospital
  • Police are investigating what led to the man falling on to the tracks with witnesses alleging he spat on another commuter and instigated the fight
  • A local Chicago community leader honored Perry at a ceremony on Wednesday and even gifted him a car 

PUBLISHED: 19:24 EDT, 9 June 2022 | UPDATED: 08:32 EDT, 10 June 2022

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A 20-year-old Chicago man is being celebrated as a hero after he leaped into action to save the life of a man who fell on the subway’s potentially deadly third electrified rail.

Anthony Perry, 20, was honored in a ceremony on Wednesday by a local community leader who awarded him a new car for his heroism.

Perry told WGN TV about the moment he saved the man’s life: ‘I don’t think I was thinking about what could happen to me at the moment. It was more of what do I have to do to make the situation peaceful. I felt a little shock. I felt it all over my body actually, and then I just didn’t let that stop me.’

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Great love hath no man …

Call it “courage” (the ability to do something that frightens one), “bravery” (showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty), or “nerve” (presumptuous audacity).  Whatever you want to label it, this man risked his own life to save another. 

Like always, everyone else just stood around frozen or videoing.  But then there are some, who some how some way, act!  Perhaps, not thinking but just reacting to do the “right thing”.  

After all the bad press about Chicago and killings, Perry said: ‘Good does win. Good always wins.’

Hope I can save a life sometime.  


GOVERNACIDE: Here’s a Gooferment Skrule killing young men


Three frat boys are charged over hazing death of MSU student, 21, who died from acute alcohol intoxication after being found passed out in a dirty basement covered in urine and vomit along with three other pledges

  • Phat Nguyen, 21, died last November after a night of hazing at Pi Alpha Pi 
  • He was found passed out in a basement covered in urine and vomit
  • One had blood dripping from his nose and was ‘convulsing’ 
  • They all had the word ‘simp’ written on their backs and were shirtless 
  • Pledge master Ethan Cao is among those charged now with Phat’s death 
  • Hoang Pham and Andrew Nguyen were also charged
  • All three have been charged with one count of felony hazing resulting in death and three counts of felony hazing resulting in injury 
  • They will return to court in East Lansing, Michigan, on June 23 

PUBLISHED: 08:45 EDT, 10 June 2022 | UPDATED: 09:44 EDT, 10 June 2022

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Three Michigan State University students have been charged over the hazing death of a teenager who died last year from acute alcohol intoxication after being found passed out in his frat house covered in vomit and urine.

Phat Nguyen, 21, died in November after a brutal night of drinking at the Pi Alpha Phi off-campus fraternity house in East Lansing, Michigan.

Ethan Cao, Hoang Pham, and Andrew Nguyen were all charged with one count each of felony hazing resulting in death, and three misdemeanor counts of hazing resulting in physical injury for three other boys who were also taken to the hospital on the night of the incident but who survived.

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Sorry, but there ought to be a law. Your fraternity “hazes”; your frat is dead!  

It’s a Gooferment Skrule, so by extension it is permitting this to happen under its auspices.

Maybe MSU should do penance by suspending all student activities for four years?

At the very least, the MSU administration should be fired for “failure to supervise” and “loss of confidence in their ability to lead a University.”


VOCABULARY: Chumbolone — what politicians think of us taxpayers


Chumbolone (pronounced chum-buh-LOAN), my favorite Chicago political word that explains exactly what politicians think of us taxpayers, has finally made it to the big time, with its own listing on urbandictionary.com.


HEALTH: SARS-CoV-2 infection can result in prolonged pathologies in hamsters and humans


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SARS-CoV-2 infection in hamsters and humans results in lasting and unique systemic perturbations post recovery
7 Jun 2022
First Release
DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.abq3059


The host response to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection can result in prolonged pathologies collectively referred to as post-acute sequalae of COVID-19 (PASC) or long COVID. To better understand the mechanism underlying long COVID biology, we compared the short- and long-term systemic responses in the golden hamster following either SARS-CoV-2 or influenza A virus (IAV) infection. Results demonstrated that SARS-CoV-2 exceeded IAV in its capacity to cause permanent injury to the lung and kidney and uniquely impacted the olfactory bulb (OB) and epithelium (OE). Despite a lack of detectable infectious virus, the OB and OE demonstrated myeloid and T cell activation, proinflammatory cytokine production, and an interferon response that correlated with behavioral changes extending a month post viral clearance. These sustained transcriptional changes could also be corroborated from tissue isolated from individuals who recovered from COVID-19. These data highlight a molecular mechanism for persistent COVID-19 symptomology and provide a small animal model to explore future therapeutics.

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If this “vaccine”, that should be really called “gene therapy”, had been properly tested, then maybe people would not be panicked, vaccine injured, crippled, or killed unnecessarily.

Maybe it should have been tested on hamsters FIRST!



TINFOILHAT: A cover up at Palo Alto Commons? And, possibly elsewhere!


9 elderly jabbed –> 6 dead at Palo Alto Commons?

  • I need your help to verify this incredible story. I heard it from a reliable source who knows one of the family members of the deceased. It’s not the kind of story you joke about. PAC won’t talk.

Steve Kirsch

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Recently, I heard an incredible story of vaccine injury that is a stunning example of why the vaccine isn’t safe for anyone, no matter how young or old you are:

Nine residents of Palo Alto Commons were given the jab and less than 1 week later, six were dead.

One of the dead was a former Federal Judge: Joan Stevenson Brennan Passell, but there was no obituary I could find. You can call up the public records office and, if you have a name, you can verify the deceased which I will do tomorrow.

I reached out to Palo Alto Commons, but nobody would comment. They all referred me to the Palo Alto Commons Executive Director Li Li:

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This is now getting into the possible “Conspiracy Theory” region of the True / False meter.  I’m surprised that given the amount of personal injury lawyers advertising on TV that lawsuits are not being filed all over the Nation. Where’s an Erin Brokovitch when she’s needed.

There’s just too many healthy athletes dropping dead to be a “coincidence”.

Where are the autopsies? 



GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Who “owns” property? Us or the Gooferment?


Community Corner
NJ Nursery Closes After 100 Years, Affordable Housing Will Replace It

  • The plant nursery, which has been a staple to this town for over a century, will soon shut down. A big housing project will take its place.

Remy Samuels,
Patch Staff
Posted Fri, Jun 10, 2022 at 12:33 pm ET
Williams Nursery is located at 524 Springfield Ave in Westfield.

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WESTFIELD, NJ — Now slated to be the location of an affordable housing complex, Williams Nursery in Westfield announced they will soon be closing for good, after serving the community for over a century.

The family-owned plant nursery’s last day will be July 3, according to a lengthy Facebook post, signed by the Williams and Jackson families who own the garden. They wrote that shutting down a business that is 102 years old is “a difficult thing.”

“There have been countless wonderful customers that have passed through our doors,” the owners wrote on Facebook. “We are going to miss sharing the smiles, and chats. We know that some of you used our store as an oasis in a bump in your lives. We are grateful that we got to help smooth the edges of those bumps.”

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Brindle said the Williams Nursery has been zoned for affordable housing since the 1990s, and this project will help Westfield meet its state-mandated affordable housing obligations.

Brindle explained that the Williams Nursery cannot be repurposed for another use, even for green space, because any property previously zoned for affordable housing must either:

Maintain its current use; or Be developed into inclusionary multi-family housing once the owner chooses to sell.

Unless buyers pay fair market value and are willing to maintain the property as a nursery, Brindle said the property must be sold and developed for the purpose of affordable housing.

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Sorry but the Gooferment, of all levels, is out of control. Do this! Don’t do that! IF it’s YOURS, unless we say so.

“Would you tell me please, Mr. Howard, why should I trade one tyrant three thousand miles away for three thousand tyrants one mile away? An elected legislature can trample a man’s rights as easily as a king can.” Mel Gibson as the character Benjamin Martin in the movie The Patriot http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0187393/quotes

Sorry but we seem to have “tyrants” all around us.



POLITICAL: The Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee is an example of “voter fraud” and has been for decades


New Jersey Rolls Include Duplicate, Centenarian, and Unborn Voters
Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / June 07, 2022

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New Jersey resident Patrick DePaola first registered to vote in June 1927. A 50-year employee as a printer for The New York Times, he died at age 105 more than a decade ago, in December 2010.

But DePaola, who lived in Bayonne, remains listed as an “active” voter and is among 2,398 registered voters in New Jersey who appear to be 105 or older.

That’s according to a new report by the election watchdog group Public Interest Legal Foundation, which notes that the average life expectancy in New Jersey is just under 81.

But ages in the Garden State get even more unusual, the report indicates.

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And both of the established “parties” are just fine with it.


Maybe if we eliminate “voting” then we could get an honest count.

I’d like smaller subdivisions electing a representative.  Then that rep could cast the appropriate number of votes.  All building up to the 21 county reps voting for state wide offices. 

Not to hard to imagine.  Just impossible to get the oligarchy out.



GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Let’s have a real expose of the January 6th “insurrection”!


What If? Questions a Bipartisan Probe of Jan. 6 Might Have Answered
Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / June 09, 2022

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A bipartisan investigation of the Capitol riot would dig into the security breakdown and not ignore questions that didn’t conform to a Democrat Party narrative, said Rep. Jim Banks, whose appointment to a select committee was blocked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

“If I were ranking member of the committee, we would be asking the tough questions that Pelosi doesn’t want the committee to ask, because she’s responsible but she hasn’t been held accountable for the security failures at the Capitol and [on] Jan. 6,” Banks, R-Ind., told The Daily Signal.

“The more we learn, the more we realize that there were serious security failures at the Capitol, and why doesn’t this committee want to dig into that?” Banks added later. “They don’t want to dig into it because it deviates from their political narrative.”

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Part Of The Problem
The January 6th Facade

Dave Smith and Robbie The Fire Bernstein bring you the latest in politics! On this episode of Part Of The Problem Dave and Robbie take a look at the January 6th hearing and what the agenda is behind it. This episode was recorded on 6.10.22

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What could be learned?

  • Who’s Roy Epps (the cheerleader to invade the Capitol)?  Was he an agent provocateur?
  • Who were those that entered (i.e., FBI agents, instigators, contractors?
  • What communications occurred within the Gooferment about the demonstration?
  • Why were the demonstrators waved into the building?
  • What are all the facts surrounding the killing of Ashley Babbit?
  • What was Nancy Pelosi’s role in the whole affair?

When we have an honest and open discussion of what REALLY happened, then it can be on Prime Time TV.  Otherwise it’s just more of the “Bagdad Bob” show!

GUNS: The Left likes “school shootings” to advance their gun control agenda


June 6, 2022
The Most Terrifying Reality about School Shootings
By Charles Turot

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Here is the terrifying truth: the radical left wants mass murders in schools. They are useful for gaining power. I can no longer blame friends who imagine that the killers are some sort of Manchurian candidates, released to further a narrative and serve the purposes of the left. I don’t believe that, but the idea follows logically from the same conclusion I’ve drawn about school shootings: the left likes them. The left is powerful. There will be more. We could prevent them. We won’t.

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One has to believe based on the evidence — like California STOPPING reporting violent threats — that the author is onto something.

Of course, we have to harden the “soft targets”, end “gun free zones” aka target rich environments, and allow people to defend themselves.


So simple,



HEALTH: I agree the CDC, FDA, and the NIH are immoral, ineffective, and inefficient. As well as untrustworthy.


I notified the CDC and FDA again today that they are killing people

  • They will ignore me and refuse to respond other than to say I’m wrong. But at least I’ve put them on notice (again). They can’t say “nobody ever told us we might be wrong.”

Steve Kirsch

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They never respond to any of my emails because they can’t.

But it’s important to put them on notice. The other recipients were Peter Marks and Janet Woodcock. I also sent it to vaccinesafety@cdc.gov, Elaine Miller, Pedro Moro, and Lorrie McNeill, and CDC outside chair Grace Lee.

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Drives me crazy that these bureaucrats are allowed to draw big bucks and still employed.

I could clean the swamp by just cutting the wage take and the whole budget. 

Why does the Department of Agriculture have armed agents?


GUNS: Compare the Buffalo police to the Texas response


Buffalo police (TOPS grocery mass shooting) show you what brave top class police are, calmed their fears, even allowed shooter their rights, but he is evil & craven & must pay; Texas (Uvalde) schoolshowed us what NOT brave police are, they did not overcome their fears, 19 stood in the hallway, should have disregarded command in this situation, hearing shots inside, 2 different sets of policing

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The Buffalo cops must be praised and distinguished for they showed us in spades what a top notch police is and can do, how they can handle a catastrophic situation

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If it was in my power and I was President, I’d invite the Buffalo police to the White House and give them a medal.

But what do I know.