Much of the public may not yet know this. But missing from the new CDC definition of vaccine as of September 1, 2021 are these key phrases: “protecting the person from that disease” and “to produce immunity.” The new vaccine definition should reduce public confidence in current COVID vaccines. In fact, these changes reflect what is now known about the limitations of these vaccines. Fully vaccinated people can still get COVID disease and really do not have long lasting effective immunity to it.
November 10, 2021
Consider that you are so rich the world will bend into a pretzel to gain your “friendship”. Consider that you are so loaded that you can buy people like everyone else buys a cup of coffee. Consider that you have so much money you can spread but a tiny portion of it around and absolutely decide (cheat) an entire American Presidential election.
It is ironic that the Democrat Left claims to be the party of science, when its foundational philosophy explicitly denies the validity of science. We see the consequences everywhere, from the idea that sexual identity is an arbitrary socially determined concept, to the views promoted by Critical Race Theory, to the idea that Socialism, in whatever form, is a workable model for social organization.
Last year, America was energy independent and was exporting oil and gas. Today, we are back to reliance on OPEC and Russia to supply our energy needs, and they are setting the price. To compound that situation, Biden announced over the weekend that he would close the Michigan Pipeline. This pipeline supplies more than 540,000 barrels of crude every day from Canada. We will need to replace this oil from overseas, which will add more people to the ranks of the unemployed.
A report from national moving company North American Moving Services revealed that Illinois, New York, and New Jersey were the top three outbound states in 2020, with Idaho, Arizona, and Tennessee receiving the highest share of incoming residents among states. The top five outbound states were rounded off by California and Maryland , where the inbound-outbound ratios were 36%-64% and 39%-61% respectively, while North Carolina and South Carolina stood among the five highest inbound states.