Monthly Archives: March 2020

The Media And Their Billions Large Blind Mob

[I reprint this article because it raises some important points both about the novel virus in circulation and the media propaganda regarding it. In the US the media is clearly pushing the hysteria and airing fake news for partisan political … Continue reading

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How deadly is the coronavirus? It’s still far from clear

by Dr. John Lee There is room for different interpretations of the data March 28, 2020 In announcing the most far-reaching restrictions on personal freedom in the history of our nation, Boris Johnson resolutely followed the scientific advice that he had … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Times and Bloomberg News: Federal stockpile of N95 masks was depleted under Obama and never restocked

by Emma Colton  | March 23, 2020 10:23 AM   The national shortage of N95 respirator masks can be traced back to 2009 after the H1N1 swine flu pandemic, when the Obama administration was advised to replenish a national stockpile but … Continue reading

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Timeline: The Regulations—and Regulators—That Delayed Coronavirus Testing

There have been three major regulatory barriers so far. Addressing the media alongside the coronavirus task force on Thursday, Donald Trump said he would “slash red tape like nobody has even done it before” to get approval for coronavirus treatments. That would … Continue reading

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New York’s Ventilator Rationing Plan

By Betsy McCaughey Coronavirus is causing working-age people to worry about missing paychecks, caring for kids home from school, stockpiling groceries and canceling plans. But people in their 50s, 60s or older have bigger worries. Many are lying awake wondering if … Continue reading

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Difference Between US and Italy in Terms of Fighting the Virus

Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health listens to a question during an AP Newsmaker interview in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. Fauci says the National Institutes of Health is in a “scramble” to prepare for a potential … Continue reading

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House Dem Admits They Block Legislation Because ‘We Don’t Want to Give the President a Win’

Collin Anderson – FEBRUARY 4, 2020 1:15 PM Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D., N.J.) expressed frustration with her Democratic colleagues at a recent town hall, admitting they block legislation because they “don’t want to give the president a win.” Speaking at a Livingston, … Continue reading

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The Biden Gaffe Machine: A Running List Of Joe Biden’s Best Slip-Ups

Biden has done little to shake doubts about his sharpness and age after the first set of Democratic debates in June, during which he appeared forgetful and frail. Some things never change. By Tristan Justice SEPTEMBER 2, 2019 2020 Democratic presidential candidate … Continue reading

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America Doesn’t Have Enough Hospital Beds To Fight the Coronavirus. Protectionist Health Care Regulations Are One Reason Why.

Federal bureaucracy slowed America’s response to the new coronavirus outbreak. Now state-level red tape is now poised to cause more problems. ERIC BOEHM | 3.13.2020 12:10 PM (Xinhua News Agency/Newscom) By now, it’s fairly obvious that federal bureaucrats slowed America’s response to … Continue reading

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Covid-19, your community, and you — a data science perspective

Written: 09 Mar 2020 by Jeremy Howard and Rachel Thomas We are data scientists—that is, our job is to understand how to analyze and interpret data. When we analyze the data around covid-19, we are very concerned. The most vulnerable parts … Continue reading

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