Maskaholics
Current Events, Just musing

Maskaholics and dealing with changing science

In today's episode, I return to a subject that has left me, more often than not, exacerbated at the discussion of masks as a way of protecting the populace from an airborne virus. Since the public transportation mandate was struck down (why did it take this long?), Leftists have been losing their minds. The symbol… Continue reading Maskaholics and dealing with changing science

Biden Administration
Current Events, Just musing

Biden and Administration most out of touch in history

In today's episode, I open by looking at the problem President Joe Biden is making for his staff and the media when he continues to speak in absolutes about his son, Hunter's, problems. By continuing to say his son has done "nothing" wrong and that he has "never" spoke with his son about business dealings… Continue reading Biden and Administration most out of touch in history

KBJ lenient on child porn
Current Events, Just musing

Judge KBJ lenient on child porn and CDC hid data for political reasons

In today's episode, I continue discussing some of the issues being raised about the previous sentencing of criminals by Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, specifically around child pornography. It seems she almost always reduces the recommended sentencing by a substantial amount. When asked why, she never has a good answer other than she has to balance… Continue reading Judge KBJ lenient on child porn and CDC hid data for political reasons

Governor Brian Kemp
Conversations, Interview, Just musing

Conversations with Governor Brian Kemp

Today's episode is a bonus. It's not my analysis of the news of the day, but rather a chance for me to sit down and chat with a newsmaker. If all goes well, I will have these bonus episodes on a month-to-month basis. For now I am calling them, "Conversations." For this inaugural endeavor, I… Continue reading Conversations with Governor Brian Kemp

Rights are not subjective
Just musing

Rights should not be subjective

In this episode, I open with an example of how one of the oldest mainstream media outlets, the New York Times, decides whether or not your protest is acceptable. It's not about breaking laws or infringing on rights. Nope. Instead, it's whether or not your protest aligns with their political views. This goes along with… Continue reading Rights should not be subjective

Trudeau envies China and CDC politicizing science
Current Events, Just musing

Trudeau envies China and politicizing science

In this episode, it has become apparent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau envies dictatorships. Look at what has happened in Canada in just over three weeks since a convoy of over 50,000 truckers decided to rise up as free citizens to protest the actions of their government. While the administration is giddy with their new-found powers… Continue reading Trudeau envies China and politicizing science

inflation spin
Current Events, Just musing

Inflation and spin are out of control

In this episode, I open with the January inflation numbers just announced at 7.5%. Not since 1982 have we had inflation this high. It continues to track worse over the coming months and was much higher than Wall Street expectations. It shows the policies of the Joe Biden administration are fundamentally hurting just about all… Continue reading Inflation and spin are out of control

misinformation
Just musing

It’s only misinformation when we say it is

In this episode, I find it ironic that as far as the Left and leaders in public health are concerned, it's only misinformation if they say it is. I open with Whoopi Goldberg openly telling her audience that the Holocaust was not about race! That is factually and patently false, yet she still said it… Continue reading It’s only misinformation when we say it is

Anti-establishment becomes establishment
Current Events, Just musing

When anti-establishment becomes the establishment

In this episode, I wonder when did anti-establishment become the establishment? When did the hippies of the 60's and 70's, who made their fortunes on being anti-government, anti-big business, anti-censorship -- basically anti-establishment, decide they are now part of the establishment? It's something I cannot wrap my mind around. But first, I open todays' show… Continue reading When anti-establishment becomes the establishment

Current Events, Just musing

Glimpses of sanity in a Covid-mad world

In this episode, I am happy to see glimpses of sanity in a Covid-mad world. Here are some of the highlights from the last few weeks. The CDC admitted cloth masks do not work. EU scientists realized the virus cannot be beat with non-stop boosters. The WHO worries boosters may weaken or burn out the… Continue reading Glimpses of sanity in a Covid-mad world

CDC has become a punchline
Just musing

The CDC has become a punchline

In this episode, I discuss just how poor the CDC messaging continues to be. And it's not just me. CNN's own Brian Stelter literally said, "The CDC has become a punchline." He isn't wrong. He interviewed a guest on his show just two days ago, Dr. Lucy McBride, who said fear and the stoking of… Continue reading The CDC has become a punchline

vaccine fanaticism
Current Events, Just musing

Ignoring natural immunity is not science

In this episode, I discuss the recent phenomenon sweeping the country called vaccine fanaticism. The politicization of Covid-19 variants, masks and vaccines has led to a disgusting fracture in our nation. Rather than keeping the discussion based on those with immunity versus those without it, we have gone all-in on pitting the vaccinated against the… Continue reading Ignoring natural immunity is not science