September 14th, 2022 3-5PM ET
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CDC: US is Country With Circulating Vaccine-Derived Polio The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced today that polio viruses found in New York state meet the World Health Organization’s (WHO) criteria for circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus (cVDPV). This announcement stems from both a single case of paralytic polio in an unvaccinated adult in Rockland County, NY, as well the viruses being found in several wastewater samples from communities near the patient’s residence. The cVDPV declaration means that polio continues to be transmitted in Rockland County, NY, and surrounding areas. Back in August, the CDC sent a small team of federal investigators to New York State to investigate. The single case of polio is reported to be an unvaccinated 20 year old man who contracted the virus. The person is said to have suffered paralysis. No other information is available about the patient’s condition. Over the past weekend, New York Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency after this case of paralytic polio was determined. In the state of emergency declaration, it was stated that “local health departments are actively responding to the poliovirus outbreak through investigation support, contact identification and monitoring, vaccine administration for exposed contacts and focused current high-risk populations, and education and outreach…the State government must support the municipalities, localities, and counties in their efforts to facilitate and administer vaccinations and tests for poliovirus, and to prevent the disease from continuing to spread.”
Study finds potential link between daily multivitamin and improved cognition in older adults Taking a daily multivitamin might be associated with improved brain function in older adults, a new study says, and the benefit appears to be greater for those with a history of cardiovascular disease. The findings did not surprise the researchers — rather, they were shocked, said Laura Baker, an author of the study and professor of gerontology and geriatric medicine at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. “I have to use the word ‘shocked,’ ” Baker said. The researchers — from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, in collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston — analyzed cognitive function in older adults who were assigned to take either a cocoa extract supplement containing flavonoids, a multivitamin or a placebo every day for three years. No one, not even the researchers, knew who was assigned to which daily routine until the results were revealed. “We really believed that the cocoa extract was going to have some benefits for cognition based on prior reports of cardiovascular benefit. So we’re waiting for that big reveal in our data analysis — and it was not cocoa extract that benefited cognition but rather the multivitamin,” Baker said. “We are excited because our findings have uncovered a new avenue for investigation — for a simple, accessible, safe, inexpensive intervention that could have the potential to provide a layer of protection against cognitive decline.”
DOJ urges appeals court to uphold federal employee vaccine mandate The Biden administration on Tuesday urged a federal appeals court to allow its mandate requiring federal employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 to take effect. Charles Scarborough of the U.S. Department of Justice said the mandate was within President Joe Biden’s authority “as CEO of the federal workforce,”and asked the full 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans to uphold a 2-1 April panel ruling allowing its enforcement. The full court had put the mandate back on hold while it considers the case. Scarborough conceded that preventing transmission of COVID in the workplace was no longer a main goal of the mandate, since breakthrough infections in vaccinated people are common, but said the government had an interest in avoiding disruptions caused by illness. Trent McCotter of Boyden Gray & Associates, representing federal employees challenging the rule, said allowing a rule simply to avoid disruption would make the president’s power too broad. “Arguing that it would improve the efficiency of the service as the only limitation is not much of a limitation at all,” he said. Biden last September said he would require about 3.5 million government workers to get vaccinated by Nov. 22, 2021 if they did not qualify for a religious or medical exemption, or face discipline or firing. A group of federal employees called Feds for Medical Freedom promptly sued, arguing that no federal law gave Biden authority to issue the mandate and that it was arbitrary and capricious.
Fiat Money and the Covid Regime: Actually Existing Postmodernism What do the unlimited creation of fiat money and the corona regime have in common? Obviously, the former is the precondition for the latter: without the possibility for governments to arbitrarily create money out of nothing, the corona lockdowns would not have happened, because people would have felt the economic consequences directly in their wallets. But the parallel runs deeper as I shall argue in this piece: fiat money heralds the first, economic phase of what can be dubbed “actually existing postmodernism;” the corona regime ushers in its second, totalitarian phase that affects all aspects of social life. Postmodernism is in the first place an intellectual current that breaks with the pillars of the modern epoch. After the painful experience of the religious wars in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries, both modern science and the modern constitutional state emerged as freeing themselves from exercising power by imposing a particular view of what the common good should be. In science, authority plays no role; one has to provide evidence and argument for the claims that one makes, and these claims are subject to scrutiny. The modern constitutional state abstains from implementing a view about an alleged common good, focusing on the protection of the human rights of every person. These are exclusively rights against unwanted external interference in one’s way of leading one’s life, provided that one grants the same right to everybody else.
Question of The Day!
My father was diagnosed with pericardial constriction; parts of his pericardium show thickening/scarring with no current inflammation. What are your thoughts on nattokinase and serrapeptase for dissolving the scar tissue? What other recommendations would you have for addressing this issue naturally? Thank you!!
What You Need to Do Now to Prep Your Garden for Winter With cooler weather on its way, harvesting and cleaning up your garden beds should be on your fall agenda. While your garden might not be actively producing over the winter, there’s still plenty to do now to make next season more successful. Taking some time to properly prepare for the garden’s dormant season will mean a better start in the spring when it’s time to plant. To button up this year’s crop, make sure to harvest all of your delicate veggies and seeds, and pick herbs before the first frost hits. In cooler climates, or higher elevations, that will be earlier in the season, while warmer places might get another month or two of frost-free evenings. Vegetables like squash, tomatoes, and lettuce aren’t hardy and will spoil if the temperature drops below freezing. However, some, like Brussels sprouts, can endure some frost and will even taste better when they’re harvested late in the season. Once all the non-hardy veggies are safely harvested, the plants that produce them can be pulled and composted. Adding to your compost pile if you have one is a great way to prepare for future gardening ventures. You can also pull any weeds and clean up your garden beds. Some gardeners prefer to keep some fallen leaves on the ground because it can be a habitat for beneficial insects.
Hour 2 – Outside The Box With Ty Bollinger!
It’s time to go Outside The Box again with Ty Bollinger! What will we be talking about today?
Executive Order: Biden Unleashes Transhuman, Genetic Modification Firestorm On America Transhumanists and Technocrats in Big Pharma have cracked the U.S. government wide open to flood the bioeconomy with taxpayer money and labor to push the frontier of genetic modification of all living things, especially humans. This will ultimately spark the biggest public backlash in modern history. Biden pledges not only funding but an all-of-government transformation to support this anti-human scheme from top to bottom. It also automatically blocks any agency or department from dissent. — Technocracy News & Trends Editor By: White House By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. Policy. It is the policy of my Administration to coordinate a whole-of-government approach to advance biotechnology and biomanufacturing towards innovative solutions in health, climate change, energy, food security, agriculture, supply chain resilience, and national and economic security. Central to this policy and its outcomes are principles of equity, ethics, safety, and security that enable access to technologies, processes, and products in a manner that benefits all Americans and the global community and that maintains United States technological leadership and economic competitiveness.
Three California hospitals being SUED for administering “remdesivir protocol” to patients without informed consent, resulting in DEATH Daniel Watkins with Watkins & Letofsky and Michael Hamilton with Hamilton & Associates have filed three complaints, one each against Saint Agnes Medical Center, Community Regional Medical Center, and Clovis Community Medical Center – all in California – for giving covid patients remdesivir without informed consent. The controversial antiviral drug, which padded the pockets of Tony Fauci and others throughout the plandemic, is extremely deadly and does not provide any protection against the Fauci Flu. The drug has been linked to kidney damage, resulting in more hospitalizations and early deaths than if it was never used at all. Covid patients at the three aforementioned medical facilities in Fresno were administered what the complaints describe as a “remdesivir protocol.” They received “uninformed consent,” the complaints explain, meaning they really had no choice in the matter and were simply told that this was the established remedy for Chinese Germs. The three-complaint lawsuit was unveiled at an event called “Remdesivir Death: Landmark Lawsuit,” which was attended by supporters such as Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Bryan Ardis, Dr. Angie Farella, and Dr. Janci Linsay. Each of these individuals has spoken out in the past about how remdesivir is dangerous and should not be used to treat patients.
U.S. Army recommends soldiers suffering under #Bidenflation apply for food stamps – while Congress spends tens of billions on foreign aid The left loves to hate on America, but the fact of the matter is, we are the most generous nation on earth. Every single budget year, our Congress votes in a bipartisan fashion to spend tens of billions of dollars on foreign governments and for various foreign causes, even to the detriment of our own people. This is why the Uniparty Deep State in Washington, D.C., so hated President Donald Trump: He truly was the only ‘America First’ president to come along since Ronald Reagan, but unlike Reagan, Trump was a self-made man devoid of any ties to donors or other political entities so they couldn’t control him. Instead, they stole his reelection to get him out of the White House. In his place, they installed an old, broken-down Joe Biden, who is now a dementia patient, so they could rule from behind the scenes and pick up where Barack Obama left off destroying our institutions and putting as many Americans as possible under their thumb economically. That now includes our fighting men and women. As Biden and Democratic inflationary policies continue to wreak havoc on household budgets, the U.S. Army’s most senior enlisted official, Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Grinston, is recommending that struggling soldiers go on food stamps. No, this isn’t a joke.
Examining the pesticides that may increase cancer risk in children Past research has shown that pesticide exposure increases the risk of cancer. Now, UCLA-led research has exposed which specific pesticides increase the risk of retinoblastoma—a rare eye tumor—in children. The study, published in the International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, found that children prenatally exposed to the chemicals acephate and bromacil had an increased risk of developing unilateral retinoblastoma, or cancer in one eye, and that exposure to pymetrozine and kresoxim-methyl increased the risk of all types of retinoblastoma. “What’s important is looking at specific bad actors and identifying them,” said Julia Heck, an adjunct associate professor in the department of epidemiology at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, who studies environmental causes of childhood cancers. Identifying specific pesticides correlated with cancer is the first step toward banning or replacing them with less harmful options. The researchers studied land use data and pesticide use reports—which provide information on where, when and in what quantity the chemicals are applied—to determine locations of possible pesticide exposure. They considered 132 pesticides that are associated with cancer.
The Healing Power of Forgiveness With a global recession on the horizon, war, COVID, and an increasingly polarizing political climate, it feels like we’re more at odds with our fellow man than ever. Social media has made it even easier for friends, relatives, and strangers alike to offend us. But what if holding a grudge is keeping you from finding true peace and happiness? It’s been said that “resentment is like drinking poison and waiting for the person to die.” If resentment is poison, maybe forgiveness is the antidote. Georgia Congressman John Lewis is an African American civil rights activist who suffered through unspeakable oppression in the racially divided American South of the 1960s. Some 30 years after he suffered a severe beating for standing up in solidarity for racial equality, he wrote a (now famous) op-ed piece for The New York Times following the death of one of his most outspoken political persecutors. In the piece, Lewis surprised the nation when he offered up words not of hatred against the man, but kind-hearted reprieve and forgiveness. In case you’re unfamiliar with this particular tidbit of American history, former Alabama Governor George Wallace was said by many to have been one of the most staunchly segregationist voices of the time. Rather than shame Wallace’s legacy in one of the world’s most widely circulated newspapers, Lewis (who grew up watching Wallace promote black-white division on the national stage), openly and publicly forgave his former archrival… much to the surprise of the American people. Lewis highlighted the incredible transformation he observed in Wallace after finally meeting him in person for the first time in 1979. Lewis wrote about how Wallace had changed, and was now seeking forgiveness from all he’d harmed, expressing deep sorrow and remorse over what he had done.