Not taking a side…each parent (or young adult) has to decide for themselves, but…
For college-aged, vaccination risks likely outweigh COVID risks, says UCI medical ethics chief | The College Fix
Vaccination involves certainty of risks (from the vaccine), whereas non-vaccination involves only possibility of risks.′
For college-aged students, the potential for adverse reactions to the COVID vaccination appear to outweigh the risks of the virus itself for that age group, said Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, a professor of psychiatry and director of the Medical Ethics Program at the University of California, Irvine.
Yesterday, President Biden regrettably tried to argue against perceptions that the 2nd Amendment is also so we can protect ourselves from the government, noting it would be futile since we would never be allowed to buy all the arms the military has. You know, like F-15s and nuclear weapons.
Although I think it disingenuous to claim Biden was threatening to use either against U.S citizens, it was a dopey enough thing to say to warrant a ribbing. 🙂
Huge Spike In Americans Buying F-15s After Biden Suggests You’ll Need Them To Overthrow Government
U.S. - The nation scrambled to buy F-15s and nuclear weapons after President Biden said in a speech Wednesday that you’ll never beat a government unless you have the fighter jets and intercontinental ballistic missiles.All over the nation, American citizens were seen parking their brand-new F-15s in…
Jibberish Joe Announces Crime Prevention Program for Chicago Inner-City Violence by Eliminating Gang Access to F-15 Fighter Jets and Nuclear Weapons - The Last Refuge
Apparently the White House and pearl-clutching media cannot draw a parallel between undermining/defunding law enforcement and massive increases in crime throughout the country.
Please ignore the over-the-top wording of the second article (which I do not approve of)…I just thought the title was funny. 🙂
BTW, I am in agreement with those who believe that the 2nd Amendment includes being able to defend ourselves from governments. Just think about what led to the American Revolution and, if that’s not enough, check out Article 10 in the New Hampshire’s Constitution’s Bill of Rights: Read More
“Data continue to confound naïve climate models. Very difficult theory is slowly but surely explaining why. The climate debate is back to the physical science, where it never should have left.” ~ Robert L. Bradley Jr.
We Just Got Even More Proof that Stay-At-Home Orders Lethally Backfired | Brad Polumbo
There is tremendous resistance to acknowledging the fact that the sacrifice we all, to varying extents, endured evidently accomplished nothing—and may have even left us worse off. But this study makes it difficult to deny.
‘Can Live Anywhere But Colorado’: Why Many Remote Jobs Are Excluding One State
Many new remote positions are being posted advertising that applicants can live anywhere in the US—except Colorado. Wondering why? Spoiler alert: big government is to blame.
Guess where I live… 🙂
You get the idea. A website, ColoradoExcluded.com, catalogs these postings and reports that at least 39 companies are actively discouraging Colorado residents from applying. Why?
Well, companies say that the Colorado regulations are burdensome and costly to comply with. And publicly posting all salary information not only undercuts employees’ privacy but also could fuel discontent and conflict within the company. Given the fact that they have 49 other options (and more if you count Washington, DC, Puerto Rico, etc.) it’s easier for some companies to just not hire people from the state.
Whether he is right or wrong, kudos to Eric Clapton for not buckling under do to adverse reactions to his views:
Eric Clapton says his musician friends cut him off after he spoke out about his ‘disastrous’ vaccine side effects: ‘I just don’t hear from them anymore’
Legendary guitarist Eric Clapton said his musician friends stopped communicating with him after he recently spoke out about his “disastrous” COVID-19 side effects.“I’ve tried to reach out to fellow musicians,” Clapton said during a video Q&A; mostly about his COVID-19 vaccine experience and his reac…
By the way, this is disturbingly true:
He also called out the pro-lockdown, pro-vaccine contingent’s use of “propaganda” and their “making it so that you’re responsible for other people’s lives” if you don’t do everything you’re told to do: “I could be labeled a murderer, and people would really believe that.”
Although I believe it was mostly on the “do what you are told” side, it seems COVID-19 brought out the worst of people when it comes to disagreements. There had to be something mentally or morally wrong with your “opponents,” they couldn’t have just weighed the evidence and come to a different conclusion.
And by connecting your personal choice to adversely affecting someone else (even remotely), they had an excuse for taking away your personal choice.
New studies: Plexiglass does nothing; masks carry diseases; lockdowns destroyed 40% of all small businesses
Three new studies have once again confirmed what common sense and a hundred-plus years of medical research has consistently shown, that the measures mandated by foolish governments and health officials last year to supposedly “stop” or “slow” the spread of COVID-19 did nothing of the sort, and instead likely accomplished the exact opposite
And the worst thing about killing 40% of small businesses (while making the largest ones even richer)? It does not appear the lockdowns had any significant benefit. Livelihoods destroyed for nothing. Well, at least nothing good.
Oh, the mask article it points to is also especially scary to a parent (if you read it you’ll see). However, it is anecdotal. I just wish we could trust the experts to actually provide us with a true reckoning of what it indicates.
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