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News (January 30, 2022)


  • Vitamin D and fish oil supplements may help prevent autoimmune disease, study says

    People age 50 and older taking 2,000 IU (International Units) of vitamin D3 for over five years had a 22% lower relative rate of confirmed autoimmune diagnoses, said study author Dr. Karen Costenbader, a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School in the division of Rheumatology, Inflammation and Immunity and the director of the lupus program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

    That dosage is two to three times the recommended daily dose of vitamin D for adults, which is 600 IU for people up to 69 years old and 800 IU for those age 70 and up, according to the National Institutes of Health.

    Once people had been taking vitamin D for at least two years, the prevention rate from autoimmune disorders rose to 39%, according to the study, published Wednesday in the journal BMJ.

    The high costs of a wheat-based diet steadily reveal themselves since autoimmune diseases, diabetes (which may be autoimmune in part), and cancers seem to be proliferating faster than woke churches and compassionate capitalism. The Nazi solution of high Vitamin D and fish oil — gag down that cod liver oil — seems to be working better than the industrial diet.

  • Is Old Music Killing New Music?

    Old songs now represent 70 percent of the U.S. music market, according to the latest numbers from MRC Data, a music-analytics firm. Those who make a living from new music—especially that endangered species known as the working musician—should look at these figures with fear and trembling. But the news gets worse: The new-music market is actually shrinking. All the growth in the market is coming from old songs.

    The 200 most popular new tracks now regularly account for less than 5 percent of total streams. That rate was twice as high just three years ago. The mix of songs actually purchased by consumers is even more tilted toward older music. The current list of most-downloaded tracks on iTunes is filled with the names of bands from the previous century, such as Creedence Clearwater Revival and The Police.

    The declining TV audience for the Grammy show underscores this shift. In 2021, viewership for the ceremony collapsed 53 percent from the previous year—from 18.7 million to 8.8 million. It was the least-watched Grammy broadcast of all time. Even the core audience for new music couldn’t be bothered—about 98 percent of people ages 18 to 49 had something better to do than watch the biggest music celebration of the year.

    Implement diversity, make a hybrid melange of styles to sell to everyone, and gain a plurality audience but not a majority. This lesson also applies to democracy: when everyone wants something different, the lack of unity leads to horribly mediocre options “winning” the public contest but remaining unpopular with the majority. Even worse, this means that our civilization has stopped producing relevant culture because it is pandering to the intersection between different diverse cultures, which results in a lowest common denominator. Corporations ended up at woke capitalism, music became hip-hop, and moves turned into superheroes plus self-help tales. This is the end stage of democracy.

  • Court ruling puts mail-in voting on hold in Pennsylvania

    A statewide court says Pennsylvania’s expansive two-year-old mail-in voting law is unconstitutional, agreeing with challenges by Republicans who soured on mail-in voting after then-President Donald Trump began baselessly attacking it as rife with fraud in 2020′s campaign.

    Trump has staged this brilliantly. The media parrot “baseless” and “unproven,” but as all the details pile up, the voters start to wake up from their stupor that previously kept them apart from anything that required more than fifteen minutes to understand. In the meantime, the illusion of 2020 being legitimate is fading, counter-measures are being deployed, and everyone in the system realizes that if they do not accept that this election was fraudulent, 2020 will be the last American election because no republic this unstable last long without regime change.

  • What Happens When Democracies Become Perniciously Polarized?

    There are no peer analogues for the United States’ current political divisions—and the track record of all democracies does not provide much consolation.

    This status as an outlier could stem from a number of features that make the United States both especially susceptible to polarization and especially impervious to efforts to reduce it. One such feature is the durability of identity politics in a racially and ethnically diverse democracy.

    Identity runs contrary to egalitarian dogma, so they treated identity, race, and ethnicity as problems to be solved, but it turns out that these are necessary parts of humanity so after crusading against reality yet again, the Left finds itself having destroyed democracy with diversity. That means we are in the endgame where the Left tries to seize permanent power before the whole system comes apart.

  • Cuts to NHS maternity services prompt fears over safety

    Harrowing stories of women who almost lost babies during transfers between hospitals after the downgrading of local maternity services have been recounted to MSPs at Holyrood.

    Douglas Ross, the Scottish Conservative leader, challenged ministers to address “unworkable and unsafe” changes being made that “force pregnant women into lengthy and distressing journeys” to give birth.

    When you make something “free,” you create infinite demand and then to keep up the illusion of the system working, you have to drive away those who can afford to go elsewhere so you can keep chucking money into the endless void of need from those with no capacity for self-awareness or self-care. Consequently service quality steadily declines.

  • Sean Penn Says ‘Cowardly Genes’ Have Led to Men Wearing Skirts

    The actor and his daughter Dylan sat down with The Independent for a profile published on Thursday in which the Mystic River actor was asked to clarify comments that he made to another newspaper, saying, “I am in the club that believes that men in American culture have become wildly feminized… I don’t think that [in order] to be fair to women, we should become them.”

    Penn reiterated to The Independent that “men have, in my view, become quite feminized.”

    “I have these very strong women in my life who do not take masculinity as a sign of oppression toward them,” he continued. “There are a lot of, I think, cowardly genes that lead to people surrendering their jeans and putting on a skirt.”

    He makes a good point, but with these people everything is marketing, so what this article signifies is that the cutting-edge of Hollywood trendsetters have realized that the woke trend — in democracy, you have only trends because there is no goal but the self, which requires distraction from the void of fear, meaninglessness, and death — has run its course and the core audience that keeps them in work wants Gunsmoke and High Noon to return instead of whatever screwtop wine and Soylent pap the studios have been flogging for the past decade.

  • Researchers find possible link between sexual dysfunction and urinary incontinence with cycling workouts

    As virtual bike workouts increased, a recent media report stated how female cyclists participating in spin classes have been experiencing urinary incontinence possibly linked to their cycling routine.

    Health experts told Fox News that pressure from the bicycle seat on the perineum (the genital area) may contribute to problems with urinary incontinence, sexual arousal, and trigger genital pain and numbness in some female and male cyclists.

    No one wants to face the fact that in diverse society, no one walks; you drive between destinations and do paid activities there, whether receiving money (work) or spending (restaurants, gyms, bars). To compensate they design increasingly insane workouts to cram into your three hours a week that you can afford for such things, and not surprisingly, these turn out to be a bit tough on the body.

  • Why the double-vaccinated in some places are testing positive for COVID more often than the unvaccinated

    On Monday in Alberta , for instance, 89 in 100,000 people who had received two doses of vaccine tested positive for the coronavirus, compared to 68 in 100,000 of those who have so far avoided vaccination.

    But experts say the trend probably stems from statistical “biases” — the nature of the people who have been getting tested and who most frequently were exposed to the virus — and definitely not some strange quirk of immunization.

    In other words, the people who pay enough attention to their televisions to care whether this cold is the ‘rona or just a regular headcold are the ones who are going to the hospitals. However, generally, this suggests that these vaccines do not work in the same way that past vaccines have worked. Now we begin many decades of deaths, sickness, and lawsuits related to the persistent failure of these vaccines, all so Democrats and China could steal an election to try to hide the utter failure of democracy.

  • Is mail theft surging in the U.S.? Postal Service inspectors don’t know

    The Postal Inspection Service data showed that mail theft reports soared by 600% over the past three years, from about 25,000 in 2017 to roughly 177,000 through Aug. 24 of this year.

    Import the world, call it diversity, and get the human average: third world living conditions. Everything that can be stolen is being stolen and, protected by affirmative action and unions, postal workers seem to do very little between COVID-19 tests, Zoom calls, and mandatory diversity pronoun training.

  • Rural air pollution may be as hazardous as urban, study finds

    A new study of air quality in the Midwestern U.S. found that measuring the mass concentration of PM2.5 — particles that are 2.5 micrometers in diameter or smaller — does not correspond well with current methods for classifying particle toxicity. Additionally, the researchers found that PM2.5 exposure may be just as hazardous in rural areas as in urban areas — evidence that challenges a common misconception that air pollution is more toxic in urban areas than in than rural areas, the researchers said.

    We focus on particulates in order to avoid analyzing how many toxic gasses are floating around. Back when there were few humans, we could assume that pollution just floated away and nature took care of it. Now that we have urbanized over half the population, concentrated sources of pollution dominate the air, and you can never get far enough away to avoid your trace pollution which slowly builds up in your tissues, waiting to explode forth as diabetes, an autoimmune disease, or cancer.

  • Top doctors refuse to give their own kids a third shot as studies find chances of vaccinated boys between 12 and 17 being hospitalized are 0.3 out of 100,000

    The CDC has recorded two such cases among a group of 20,000 and the prevalence is about 10 out of 100,000 in boosted teenagers. In comparison, vaccinated teen boys only had a 0.3 out of 100,000 chance of being hospitalized with COVID, according to the agency’s COVID briefings and Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices report in early January.

    The vaccines were just a cash-in like everything else in this society. We no longer produce anything, so now we must cannibalize ourselves by passing on costs to others, knowing that they will then pass those costs on to the rest of us. There will be decades of litigation, deaths, and illness arising from these untested and speculative “vaccines” which seem to do everything but stop the relatively minor illness that occasioned this “pandemic” so that an election could be stolen.

  • BLM’s millions unaccounted for after leaders quietly jumped ship

    BLM previously came under fire from local black activists after the New York Post reported in April that Cullors, then its executive director, had spent $3.2 million on real estate across the United States. The reports followed BLM’s disclosure in February 2021 that it closed out 2020 with $60 million in its bank accounts.

    BLM denied allegations that Cullors spent BLM funds on her personal properties. However, BLM and other activist organizations under Cullors’s control offered contracts to an art company led by the father of her only child, the Daily Caller reported.

    No one expected any different outcome. Since equality makes the least successful into pity objects that we all must worship, people give lavishly, knowing that it will all be stolen but at least their signaling might buy them market share with the audience intended to replace White Americans.


  • Crosby trustees hire hall monitors to stop middle school misbehavior parents call ‘out of control’

    To help remedy the situation, Patterson proposed hiring 14 hall monitors, deriving the figure from the number of restrooms on the campus with an equal number of males and females to assist.

    Something bad is happening in the bathrooms and no one will talk about it. In diversity America, when the diversity seems to have the upper hand, bad behavior takes center stage and White people simply homeschool. If we ever get school choice, the public education system will collapse overnight.

  • Bee appearance and behavior may be related, genetic study reveals

    For example, researchers found Cape bees to be significantly darker than Africanized bees. This dark coloring could be genetically correlated to their undesired behavior.

    Both subspecies are undesired in the United States. The first, the “killer bee” or “Africanized honey bee,” known scientifically as A.m. scutellata, is a light-colored bee known for its territorial and defensive nature. This subspecies was taken from its native habitat in South Africa to Brazil in the 1950’s. There, it hybridized with the European bee subspecies kept by Brazilian beekeepers, and then moved into the U.S.

    We can see the differences in groups in any species but our own. In nature, lighter colored creatures tend to occupy the top of their niche and therefore need less camouflage or more ability to find and interact with each other. The undifferentiated and generalized tend to be darker, reflecting their need to hide in crepuscular environs while avoiding predators from above that they fear.

  • The world according to Brett

    Someone created a Brett Stevens quotation generator. Sample entry:

    Most humans are driven by a social impulse which rewards accumulation of wealth, power, and status. This means that they finally feel in control. Even more than a desire to be comfortable, this motivates people. That in turn makes them willing to do whatever is necessary to participate, and they do not care if their contribution achieves nothing. They just want their piece of the pie, which they see as more important than moving something forward by both maintaining the past and adding unique content.

    Perhaps something useful to send back to all those political spammers.

  • Capitol Police’s social media surveillance raises civil liberties concerns

    Following the riot at the Capitol, the head of the intelligence unit, who previously worked at the Department of Homeland Security, Julie Farnan, changed the template. According to POLITICO, the new template required analysts to pay close attention to the people meeting publicly and privately with members of Congress.

    Another novel way to filter out everything but goodthink.

  • Leaked video reveals Joe Biden’s ‘hush hush’ migrant invasion

    Under cover of darkness, every night the federal government is transporting illegal migrants as fast as it can away from the border on secret charter flights into unsuspecting communities around the country. Officials have lied and obstructed the few journalists who have tried to reveal the truth.

    In every democracy known to man, as soon as too much money has been stolen, leaders have opted for importing foreign voters in order to neutralize the majority. Every democracy ends in diversity and tyranny.

  • Iran Regime’s Clerics Fear Their Inevitable Overthrow

    “Sometimes economic problems cause even a big government to fall. The Central Bank has a very serious task, including shielding the Central Bank reserves from legislators who circumvent the law. The embezzlement of billions is not created by ordinary people. They are done by the pen of individuals, not by force of arms. Therefore, embezzlements that have taken place should be examined to find out how they took place in the first place.”

    We did better under the kings, in every society worldwide. Republics create job opportunities for charlatans who then steal everything while promising Utopia.

  • Shocking number of girls aged 10 to 14 giving birth in Tshwane

    According to Marx, between July 2019 and June 2021 there were 9,922 births by teenagers.

    Of these, 674 girls were between the ages of 10 and 14.

    A further 9,248 girls between the ages of 15 and 19 gave birth.

    When fear clouds the horizon, people breed early and often

  • Boston patient removed from heart transplant list for being unvaccinated

    His father, David Ferguson, said his son — who is fighting for his life in the hospital and is in desperate need of the transplant — doesn’t believe in the COVID-19 vaccine.

    “It’s kind of against his basic principles, he doesn’t believe in it. It’s a policy they are enforcing and so because he won’t get the shot, they took him off the list of a heart transplant,” David told the outlet.

    In the grips of government-funded healthcare, the medical industry is burning away all of the goodwill it built up over the past century. It has also revealed the tip of Late Stage Democracy and its conformity and incompetence. Meritocracy selected the goodthinkers, so now none of the people in power anywhere can think; goodthink means adhering to precedent and is the opposite of being able to take in and analyze new data. Equality enforces conformity so everyone does whatever the person “in authority” or of “official science” seems to be doing, which creates an amplification effect as people in power act emphatically and then their zombie horde of followers takes their gesticulations as literal and pushes even further. It turns out that mob rule is a terrible thing.

  • 5.4M first-time gun buyers, 33% women, blacks up 44%

    First-time gun buyers continued to flood into firearms stores last year, broadening the once male and white market with women, blacks, Asians, and Hispanics.

    Diversity following its normal pattern as everyone prepares for race war.

  • Chip shortages due to lack of investment in the right factories, says IDC

    It cites limited investment in mature process technology as one reason, with many vital components for the automotive industry and other sectors manufactured using these older processes.

    IDC said it estimates that 67 per cent of semiconductors were produced using these mature process nodes during 2021, rather than leading edge process nodes, which it defines as 16nm or below.

    But while leading edge manufacturing makes up just 15 per cent of semiconductor wafers by volume, it accounts for 44 per cent of the total revenue.

    The old story: speculators go after the Big Score instead of the daily bread. Consequently you have a lot of dummies clustered around the same opportunity because they have a short attention span and limited scope of awareness, therefore they want to make the megabucks and go home, even though this is like winning the lottery. In the meantime, a few people became new billionaires by having control of older fabs making those unexciting simple chips, which we will always need. You do not need to use a complex setup for every task, but if you leave it up to industry, every device will run on a Raspberry Pi using Lunix and be able to post to Twitter. Who can wait for the Twitter-posting toilet, garbage disposal, and air freshener?

  • How can body weight affect the mortality risk of excessive drinkers?

    “We expected to see a link between obesity and mortality related to alcoholism, and we were surprised to see that the link was especially pronounced for people with underweight who drink excessively.”

    The long-term problem of alcoholism is that you are basically consuming sugar food all day and this displaces nutrition you needed while dehydrating you and consequently impeding digestion further. Most alcoholics die of metabolic disorders brought on by low nutrition. Fat alcoholics are the ones who are not living on the street squirting half-digested kebabs on the walls, and the fat alcoholics are eating and drinking normally in addition to consuming gallons of whatever disgusting, bog-of-squash tasting tipple people slug back these days. There is only one good form of widely available alcohol and it is Sam Smith’s.

  • The damage done to kids by the Left’s Covid hysteria is driving a wave of moms away from the Democrats

    She wanted the public schools to fully reopen.

    When Compton worked to collect signatures for a recall petition for the local school board, she was welcomed out of the rain by a Republican party tent, even after telling them she was a Biden voter.

    In contrast, when Compton offered the petition to those inside the Democrat party tent, she was yelled at.

    People keep trying to retcon/gaslight us into thinking that voting is a rational process. It never has been. People vote for what makes them feel good, including screwing the other guy, which is why they endorse destructive programs even if these will make their own lives worse. Democracy just weaponized and concealed the endless monkey infighting that blights humanity, since we are half-sane and half-monkey.



  • Fliers in Miami Beach Allege Jewish COVID Conspiracy: Free Speech or Crime?

    The fliers, sealed in sandwich bags and weighted down with pebbles, blared that “EVERY SINGLE ASPECT OF THE COVID AGENDA IS JEWISH” and listed more than a dozen people who are purportedly Jewish and work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States Department of Health and Human Services, and other COVID-adjacent fields.

    The leafleting came not quite a week after a gunman took a rabbi and three worshipers hostage at a Texas synagogue and a woman told three children outside a Brooklyn synagogue that “Hitler should have killed you all” and spat on an 8-year-old boy.

    “A gunman” is a handy way of not saying “a Muslim of Arab extraction” while we could say these fliers were spread by “a White Nationalist of Irish-German extraction.” The presumption of equality is a lie, like all things derived from the Big Lie.

    In the meantime, these fliers debunk themselves. We all know that democracy is a bigger madness than The Jews™ could ever hope to be, even if we are afraid to say it. It is easier to scapegoat the Other than to admit that we made a dumb decision and now we have to actually change our thinking and therefore our behavior.

  • A radio transient with unusually slow periodic emission

    We find that the source pulses every 18.18 min, an unusual periodicity that has, to our knowledge, not been observed previously. The emission is highly linearly polarized, bright, persists for 30–60 s on each occurrence and is visible across a broad frequency range. At times, the pulses comprise short-duration (<0.5 s) bursts; at others, a smoother profile is observed. These profiles evolve on timescales of hours. By measuring the dispersion of the radio pulses with respect to frequency, we have localized the source to within our own Galaxy and suggest that it could be an ultra-long-period magnetar.

    The mysteries of the universe call to us.

  • Anglo-Saxon Culture Warriors

    A democracy, of necessity, must be confined to a small spot.
    A republic extends over a large region and is governed by Rule of Law.
    A democracy is ‘governed’ by whatever the small crowd wants at the time.
    Achieved through Civil unrest. Riots. Social disruption. Political subversion

    It starts in one small spot, then to another and spreads like a malignant cancer.
    From which comes the term, “Mob rule.” Confusion. Division. Chaos. Anarchy.
    I.e., Marxist upheaval spreading through universities in the 1960s Color Revolution.

    Students stoned on the systematic, sudden flow of drugs.
    Our White Anglo students had no idea what hit them.

    Seems fairly accurate. What most modern thinkers miss: we see the same in all democracies. The mental virus of “equality” seduces people into pathological insanity.

  • Navy’s US$13B carrier sows doubt that it can defend itself

    Mixed performance by missile interceptors, radar and data dissemination systems on a testing vessel limited the ability to destroy replicas of incoming weapons even though sensor systems “satisfactorily detected, tracked and engaged the targets,” according to the report obtained by Bloomberg News in advance of its release.

    The carrier built by Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc. is still dogged as well by the “poor or unknown reliability” of its aircraft launch and recovery systems, according to the five-page report. And recent shock tests to assess the vulnerability of key systems “identified several design shortfalls not previously discovered,” the testing office said. It said “the Navy has already identified several survivability” opportunities to improve the four-carrier class of ships “against underwater threat engagements.”

    The bigger the bureaucracy, the less the details match up with the plan. However, these scare articles come out about every weapons system. The real ecosystem is this: the military types warn about any possible defects so they do not get fired later for not having mentioned it, the press delights in hatred of the military, and the military uses this to justify another few billion to upgrade the system to what they wanted in the first place. Remember the Bradley Fighting Vehicle? Widely panned, it turned out to work pretty well.

    The bigger problem is that the quality of recruits is falling as White kids realize there is no real future for them in the affirmative action military. This leads to a proliferation of bungling:

    The episode marks the fifth major incident aboard the Carl Vinson in two months while the ship has been deployed in the South China Sea.

    When asked about the string of mishaps earlier this week, Navy spokesman Lt. Nicholas Lingo said, “All five incidents remain under investigation, and we cannot speak to any pattern until the investigation concludes.”

    The military has been obsessed with the idea of less talented soldiers since WW2 at least. The idea being that if scientific management and technology can replace people quality, we can recruit idiots and send them off to die while the machines do the real work.

  • Study reveals fourfold range in rates of mental health problems among US children based on relational and social risks

    Factors examined included economic hardship, food insecurity, unsafe neighborhood, racial discrimination, multiple Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) like substance abuse or domestic violence, poor caregiver mental health, and low levels of caregiver coping or high aggravation with their child.

    The inverse-causation-by-correlation-and-assumption error continues. Poor kids tend to be less functional, which implies more mutations or at least fewer favorable traits. That correlates with insanity. We assume everyone is equal and therefore that anything that goes wrong was done to them and interrupted their equality, when in reality they are poor because they are insane and this is why they have more substance abuse, domestic violence, and low levels of coping.

  • How the timing of dinner and genetics affect individuals’ blood sugar control

    The team found that melatonin levels in participants’ blood were 3.5-fold higher after the late dinner. The late dinner timing also resulted in lower insulin levels and higher blood sugar levels. (This connection makes sense because insulin acts to decrease blood sugar levels.)

    Our ancestors knew how to avoid the beetus by walking everywhere and having long periods of fasting daily between meals. This allowed them to avoid keeping constant high sugar levels which wrecked their insulin cycle and set off a chain reaction of systemic failure.

  • ‘Unprecedented times,’ as Nashville rents soar to new heights

    The typical rent in Nashville has increased to $1,788, up 18.9% since last year, according to a December 2021 Zillow report.

    “I’ve never seen that in Nashville,” said Sanders, founder of Apartment Insiders, of the historic uptick in rental rates. “I’ve never seen that in any other market apartment market I’ve dealt with across the country. … These are unprecedented times.”

    Nashville’s most recent iteration of being seen as a destination city, timed with remote work becoming more available, has led the city to become a part of a larger movement of Americans moving to the South and Southeast, said Jeff Tucker, a senior economist at Zillow.

    The analysts always see part of the problem and make that part into the whole. In reality, a number of things are going on: lots of speculation on home sales, during which people move into apartments, and lots of people dodging property taxes by moving into cheaper apartments and offloading the costs of maintenance that way.

  • Scientists think they now know where Omicron variant of Covid came from

    The dominant Omicron Covid variant is “most likely” to have come from mice, new research reveals.

    Scientists now believe that it developed in mid-2020 in mice before reinfecting humans.

    Since the surge, the Covid death toll has exceeded 150,000 in the UK, as Omicron becomes the dominant variant in many countries around the world.

    We cannot trust the death tolls:

    Stodard’s death highlights the difficulty of counting “Covid deaths”. It is impossible to tell whether Covid alone would have killed him, even if it contributed to his death.

    This ambiguity is reflected in the fact that there are at least four official ways of counting Covid deaths in Britain.

    The main measure used by the government is the number of deaths within 28 days of a positive Covid test: 155,000, according to the latest figures.

    With an average age of 78, this number of deaths over a two-year period is comparable to or less than ordinary flu deaths.

  • Families of flight crew killed in 2020 crash consider legal action

    The aircraft conducted multiple operations in 2021 without proper flight inspection unit authorisation, there was insufficient evidence that the pilot-in-command performed mandatory altitude recovery training on a simulator and there were irregularities in assigning the pilot-in-command to the flight, investigators found.

    The aircraft did not trigger the recording of all mandatory parameters on the flight data recorder and there was no indication of whether the installed terrain-avoidance warning system was operational at the time of the crash.

    We see the same pattern across the third world. Diverse societies have low social trust, so people view their jobs as entitlements, and only incidentally do whatever is required. In addition, the lower-IQ people who inhabit third world nations tend to be less diligent, a condition that pompous Europeans write off as “laziness” but actually is individualism, or a refusal to interrupt their own thoughts with the demands of the world.

  • Biden urges Congress to act now on Equal Rights Amendment

    The Democratic president’s call comes amid jostling over the deadline to enact the ERA, which passed Congress in 1972 with a 1982 deadline to be enacted if 38 state legislatures voted to approve. Nearly 100 years have passed since it was first introduced in 1923.

    Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives separately unveiled a resolution to enshrine the ERA, but it could fall short of the 60 votes needed in the Senate, where Democrats control just 50 seats.

    The Left have no new ideas; they keep pushing the same “new” ideas in an attempt to buy votes and widen the franchise to get more clueless people voting. We need to repeal every amendment since the Bill of Rights.

  • GOP primary foe Don Huffines sees impact as Gov. Greg Abbott pushes rightward

    Abbott’s decision Monday to prohibit private businesses from requiring COVID-19 vaccines for employees marked a stark reversal for the governor — and came after Huffines hounded him over it. Abbott justified the reversal as necessary pushback against the federal government, but Huffines declared victory — and it is far from the only issue where he contends he has pushed Abbott to the right.

    Trump saw politics as a market. If you create a more Rightward alternative, this forces those in the center to move Right or Left in an attempt to keep their brand intact. That in turn will shift everyone on the Right toward an actual right, instead of the bipartisanhip Uniparty pluralism of the middle, so we might actually get something done, like undoing two centuries of legal cruft, administrative state bureaucracy, and mandatory entitlements.

  • ‘Freedom’ truckers may form world’s longest convoy

    The protest, Dichter said, is about lifting vaccine mandates for truckers at the Canada-U.S. border and other issues relating to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, including forcing drivers to wear masks in trucks.

    For the public, the convoy has become a beacon of hope that overreaching COVID-19 lockdowns, restrictions and mandates will soon come to an end.

    Thanks to goodwill toward science and government, people accepted this pandemic uncriticially, but now that enough cracks in the narrative have emerged to convince us otherwise, people want out of the economy-killing, soul-destroying, and tyranny-empowering COVID-19 panic. Next up: we see that democracy has spent itself into bankruptcy, killed off its smartest people, created permanent race war, and eaten out the productive core of our societies, and that the Tammany Hall governments created by democracy threw this plandemic as a Hail Mary to not just stay in power, but seize it in perpetuity so that they could hide how bad things have become. Just like in the Soviet Union, when egalitarianism gets enough power, it becomes a megalomaniac totalitarian kleptocracy, but the voters created it and are to blame. Democracy and equality — the Big Lie — are a path to doom that always involves diversity and political machines that exploit it to stay in power.


  • Letting Robocars See Around Corners

    Our proposed architecture employs what’s called a sparse, wide-aperture multiband radar. The basic idea is to use a variety of frequencies, exploiting the particular properties of each one, to free the system from the vicissitudes of the weather and to see through and around corners. That system, in turn, employs advanced signal processing and sensor-fusion algorithms to produce an integrated representation of the environment.

    Science discovers parallelism: when you measure multiple possibilities at once and take the intersection of them, you find a rough estimate of how things work, but if you distill those differences to one type through centralization, you get a lower level of precision.

  • Insights from a computational analysis of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant: Host-pathogen interaction, pathogenicity, and possible therapeutics

    Most of the tested drugs were proven to be effective. Nirmatrelvir (Paxlovid), MPro 13b, and Lopinavir displayed increased effectiveness and efficacy, while Ivermectin showed the best result against Omicron.

    So much for the idea that this disease resisted existing therapies. In the long look back, COVID-19 seems like it was a tripartite deal: the Left got to seize the presidency so that it could demographically change America enough to rule, Big Pharma — fat on Obamacare money — got to test and sell its new product for basically all future medicine replacing antibiotics, and China was able to force Trump out so that globalism can continue, which the Chinese economy needs for another few decades in order to prepare for the Final War.

  • I am done with masks. We’ve been idiotic about them since the beginning.

    Now, in light of omicron, experts are saying never mind. For instance, Dr. Lena Wen, a health policy professor at George Washington University’s School of Public Health and an emergency room doctor, recently said, “Cloth masks are little more than a facial decoration.”

    Cloth masks block spittle from entering the wounds of patients during surgery. They do less well at blocking microscopic organisms, which may in fact be released from microglobules of spittle through the drying effect of the fact, allowing them to travel farther and stay virulent longer.

  • Biden approval rating declining among Independents and young voters

    As President Biden enters the second year of his presidency, he’s dealing with a declining approval rating. This includes Independent and young voters — two groups that have leaned Democratic in recent elections.

    Unlike most on the Right, I would not place much faith in these. The traditional Democratic audience may be mad with Biden right now but there is no guarantee that they will not bounce back if the free gibs-me-dat from grubmint continues. As Bill Clinton famously observed, when the economy appears to be doing well, the voters go right back to sleep even as signs of long-term decay pop up around them like a faerie circle of mushrooms after a rainstorm.

  • How the UK’s hated war on motorists – costing drivers $56M in fines every year – provides a chilling glimpse of what’s in store under Pete Buttigieg’s plan

    Buttigieg’s 42-page road safety plan that was unveiled on Thursday and is backed by $14 billion in funding from the new infrastructure bill contained only brief mention of the speed camera plan, but it was enough to set alarm bells ringing for worried motorists.

    Buttigieg’s strategy recommends pilot programs to study and promote greater use of speed cameras, which he says could provide more ‘equitable’ enforcement than police traffic stops, as the cameras will have no awareness of the race of the driver.

    In the name of diversity, they ruin everything. In reality, this administration specializes in extracting as much money as possible from everyone, and they hope to pass on to you a monthly speeding ticket and raise in your insurance price, making you more slavelike and dependent on your job, therefore more compliant when they announce that they are importing more diversity.

  • Spitzer used alias at hospital hours after allegedly choking Russian prostitute

    At 7 p.m., he returned to her room, “grabbed her by her wrists and threw her back on the bed. While standing over her, the perpetrator placed his [sic] onto her neck/throat and put pressure causing her not to be able to breathe for at least three (3) seconds,” the report said.

    This sounds a bit dubious for actual choking, since he clearly let up before she reached near the point of passing out, but the bigger question is how Democracy, Inc., can keep electing clowns who have reckless and destructive private lives.

  • Trigger Warning for 1984 at the University of Northampton

    [I]t is one of several literary works which have been flagged up to students at Northampton who are studying a module called Identity Under Construction. They are warned that the module ‘addresses challenging issues related to violence, gender, sexuality, class, race, abuses, sexual abuse, political ideas and offensive language.’

    If you are going to put warnings on any book, you will soon end up putting them on all, and that means that books which tackle ugly subjects — basically the best of literature, because the uncontroversial and inoffensive stuff is either undeniable and irrelevant or denial of the relevant — are going to get your little stickers. In the meantime, 1984 remains one of the great literary dodges of history, designed to deflect blame from the impulses of human groups and instead to blame those in power, a classic Leftist trope. Conservatives who cite it should be cautious.

  • Breonna Taylor’s ex-boyfriend Jamarcus Glover arrested for drugs, driving with suspended license

    Glover pleaded guilty to a number of drug charges, including cocaine trafficking, on Nov. 30, 2020, in order to avoid an eight-year prison sentence. He was sentenced to five years probation, which he requested be served in his home state of Mississippi, claiming that it would be easier to find work there. At the time, his attorney advocated for the move to help Louisville heal following Taylor’s death.

    He was pulled over in Jeffersontown and charged with driving on a DUI suspended license, possession of marijuana, driving with no or expired registration plates and failing to appear in court.

    It turns out that the innocent victims rarely are. This extends to sacred cows like Emmett Till, Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, the Haymarket anarchists, the people McCarthy accused, and so on. Other people have their lives destroyed for nothing, like Kevin Spacey, Monica Lewinsky, and Bill Cosby.

  • Regulatory costs soar as Biden adds rules faster than predecessors

    The Biden administration is finishing off its first full year in office with more than $201 billion in regulatory costs and approximately 131 million hours in new annual paperwork, according to research by the American Action Forum, a conservative think tank that closely tracks government rule-making.

    The administrative state creates the unelected bureaucrats. Each new rule they write means a lawyer hired both in industry and government, and adds layers of cost to the product by th etime it gets to the consumer. Unions, regulations, and taxes drove our labor offshore and created globalism.

  • Space Force Just Launched Satellites Capable Of ‘Inspecting’ Enemy Satellites

    And so historically, the way we have surveilled or had awareness of a domain is we’ve, we’ve taken observations from radars are optical capabilities. And we’ve come up with an address and space, if you will, of objects. And we’ve been worried about making sure two things don’t collide. That we can keep that domain safe for all which is critical. But it’s not sufficient. If you move into a warfighting domain, you have to have more knowledge than just where something is you’d have to have some insights into what those capabilities are.

    They are mapping all objects in space in preparation for emergence of hostility. This suggests that other nations have already launched warfighting vehicles into space.

  • Innate Immune Suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes and microRNAs

    In this paper, we present the evidence that vaccination, unlike natural infection, induces a profound impairment in type I interferon signaling, which has diverse adverse consequences to human health. We explain the mechanism by which immune cells release into the circulation large quantities of exosomes containing spike protein along with critical microRNAs that induce a signaling response in recipient cells at distant sites. We also identify potential profound disturbances in regulatory control of protein synthesis and cancer surveillance. These disturbances are shown to have a potentially direct causal link to neurodegenerative disease, myocarditis, immune thrombocytopenia, Bell’s palsy, liver disease, impaired adaptive immunity, increased tumorigenesis, and DNA damage.

    Translation: we have the new thalidomide. These vaccines are going to unleash a tidal wave of cancers, which suits Big Pharma fine since it will get paid to “fix” those. Look forward to fifty years of lawsuits over this one stolen election, the fake pandemic to enable it, and the cash-in by Big Pharma. The people who made these decisions have long since left the companies involved and gone into employ elsewhere and will never face any consequences.

  • Men who smoked before hitting puberty are more likely to have fat granddaughters, study claims

    University of Bristol researchers previously linked fathers who started smoking at a young age with having overweight children.

    And now they believe they’ve found the first sign the negative effects of cigarette use can span across four generations.

    More bad science. Satistically, smokers have usually been from the working classes who, being of peasant stock, tend to be a bit chunky.

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