May 18, 2017 Chris Foley

A smoking gun…

…as many of us know has been hiding in plain sight. Nowhere has the indoctrination of the masses been more evident (and rigorously enforced) than in the area of vaccines. Even the scientific genius of Jimmy Kimmel has been applied to the effort.  And the clarion of “no scientific proof” continues to sound and is blown in the ears of those who otherwise claim that kids injected 72 times between birth and high school graduation might actually be affected in negative ways.  Now we have a bit of a study that demands some explanation on the part of the Vaxxers… »

May 23, 2016 admin

The great cholesterol myth dies a slow death

gty_lipitor_tk_111129_mnOne would think that the $Bs spent on “getting my cholesterol checked” would have purchased an ounce of truth or benefit. What would an afternoon of football be without that commercial break with the typical stressed middle aged male trying to act out the role of the vulnerable victim of heart disease. »

May 23, 2016 admin

MS by any other name

Apparently a neurologist took a look at the number of patients who are being “misdiagnosed” with MS at 4 academic health care centers including the Mayo Clinic. This “study” revealed that half of these patients had been treated for more than 3 years with very dangerous drugs that can cause even more serious illness, and a third for more than 10 years!   »

May 23, 2016 admin

The FDA and the unsuspecting American consumer

Most people are now aware of the medical benefits of constituents in the marijuana plant.  But not too many people in the US understand the diference between “THC” (tetrahydrocannabinol), the mood altering and occasionally hallucinogenic part of marijuana that is the source of being “stoned”, and canabidiol, aka, “CBD.”  Many a songwriter and lead guitarist might owe some of that creative artistry to the former substance.  But both are involved with the so-called “endocannabinoid” system — a complex network of long chain fatty acids, receptors, and enzymes that influences many processes such as appetite, carcinogenesis, cardiovascular diseases, fertility, immune functions, memory, neuroprotection, and pain sensitivity.    A graphic might look like this (credit to Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience): »

May 23, 2016 admin

Chicken pox is less common, but we have an epidemic of shingles

….and it is not just the “aging population” here.  Since the advent of the chicken pox vaccine, kids don’t get the illness as much anymore (almost always a mild, flu like illness with the old “badge of honor” rash.  But that granted lifelong immunity from a virus that likely would never rear its head again — except for that terrible, painful rash that can reemerge as “shingles”.   And there is a shingles epidemic since the era of the chicklen pox vaccine has dawned that is seemingly “hard to explain” — or so say the experts tht want everyone vaccinated.  But a closer look shows that the chicken pox vaccine is a live virus that is actually only 44% effective for all forms of the illness and only 86% effective against severe illness.  What this says is that having the illness naturally confers a superior type of immunity compared with the vaccine.  And the vaccine may actually make one MORE vulnerable to shingles — which requires…wait for it…another vaccine.  And THAT vaccine is not what it seems in the Terry Bradshaw commericals.  Thank you to the National Vaccine Information Center: »

May 23, 2016 admin

Robert de Niro not such a tough guy after all

…yes, the big shot of Ronin, Casino, and Heist.  The Raging Bull got castrated by the vaccine industry who are the REAL heavies.  It’s not the movies, anymore, Robert…these folks play for keeps.  And you caved.  Please stick to comedies from now on. »

May 23, 2016 admin

New perpectives on the gender ambiguity front

An interesting perspective from the American College of Pediatricians supplies us with some common sense that might balance the forces of campus correctness that distress us when choosing which locker room or shower to use.  Here the smaller (and more conservative) American College of Pediatricians states categorically that girls are girls and boys are boys (at least when it comes to gender — not sexual orientation).  Dialogue here is very important, epecially when it supported by some science. »