Biden gets Covid
Current Events, Just musing

Quadruple vaxx Biden gets Covid and the 5 parts of every emergency

In today's show I open with an acknowledgment that our quadruple vaccinated Command-in-Chief is now down with Covid-19. I'm not sure why they get to call it a vaccine when it wanes in 3-6 months and then seems to make it easier to catch the very virus it's supposed to prevent. We then go to… Continue reading Quadruple vaxx Biden gets Covid and the 5 parts of every emergency

Cognitive dissonance
Just musing

Cognitive dissonance; or, How I learned to love the lie

In today's episode, I open with Joe Biden once again looking for someone else to blame for rising inflation. Remember, first he said it wasn't going to happen. Then he said it was only transitory. He had lots of letters from Nobel winning economists insisting inflation would go away with more government spending. The next… Continue reading Cognitive dissonance; or, How I learned to love the lie

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 State of the Union 2022
Current Events, Just musing

Reaction to Biden’s State of the Union 2022

In this episode, I spend time reacting to President Joe Biden's 2022 State of the Union. Overall, the speech was disjointed, lacked transitions or moments of uplifting inspiration. It became a laundry list of wants, needs and desires with no plan on how to accomplish it. He did have a fairly strong opening and closing… Continue reading Reaction to Biden’s State of the Union 2022

Cost of Leftist policies
Current Events, Just musing

The cost of Leftist policies

In this episode, I open with the start of Russia's incursion into Ukraine. There is no way to avoid the headlines, but we need to temper the fear. At this point, I don't see how this leads to WWIII. There is no treaty between NATO and Ukraine. There is no obligation for our country or… Continue reading The cost of Leftist policies

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

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

The science has changed
Current Events, Just musing

Something’s changing but it’s not the science

In this episode, I open with the unbelievable metamorphosis science has undergone in the last few days. Masks no longer work, kids do not need to wear them in school, mandates are not necessary and life should go back to normal. What an amazing turnaround! As Dr. Leana Wen stated on CNN, "The science has… Continue reading Something’s changing but it’s not the science

Virtue signaling, Ukraine and Covid vaccine roundtable
Just musing

Virtue signaling, Ukraine and Covid vaccine roundtable

In this episode, I start off explaining the problem with virtue signaling. First, it's almost never about being honest to your core. It does not reflect truth. What it does is allow someone to utter some platitude that is politically expedient, while trying to look virtuous about it. Since it's only about political expediency, your… Continue reading Virtue signaling, Ukraine and Covid vaccine roundtable

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

So many things wrong
Current Events, Just musing

They got so many things wrong

In this episode I remind the audience how new media seems to always be 12 to 18 months ahead of mainstream outlets. At the start of the pandemic, any discussion over the virus being created in a lab would get you de-platformed. Discussion of gain-of-function research was dismissed as conspiracy theory. Suggesting the vaccine isn't… Continue reading They got so many things wrong

Freedom Mass Formation Psychosis
Current Events, Just musing

Freedom vs mass formation psychosis

In today's episode I find myself aware how tenuous the notions of freedom are, especially when faced with fear. Freedom is easily pushed aside while under a mass hypnosis. To understand how we got here, we first revisit the teachings of Machiavelli. Though a ruler can rule by loving his subjects, love is a fickle… Continue reading Freedom vs mass formation psychosis

Failures of public health
Current Events, Just musing

The failures of public health

In this episode, I breakdown many of the known failures of public health related to it's Covid response. The fact is, so many doctors now know those policies aren't working and it doesn't seem to matter. We have put just about all of our eggs in the "vaccine" basket and it's easier to tell people… Continue reading The failures of public health