Vote Local for Meaningful Changes in Your Life

I’ve been noticing an uprising in our country. No, it’s not an insurrection, it’s voters saying enough. Enough of government telling me what is appropriate to say, how to address people that I don’t even know, what books I can or cannot read, and it goes on and on. Who’s to blame? Well watch conservative news television or listen to conservative talk radio and they’ll tell you: the left. But is that true? Of course we’re seeing more leftwing policies implemented in all areas of our lives but who’s really to blame for what is going on?

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When Asked, Refuse to Answer

I’ve been asked multiple times recntly, if I’ve ben vaccinated against COVID. Why is that important to other people and isn’t it my right to keep my personal medical information private? All I see on television, (well, that’s a bit of an exaggeration) are public serice announcements about getting vaccinated. when, in front of the Senate recently, Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked what percentage of his staff at NIAID had been vaccinated. He didn’t know but if he had to guess? Upwards of 60%. Two other agency heads were at the same meeting, one of them the CDC, and both agreed with Fauci said: maybe 60%.So the people (government) pressing for people to get vaccinated are not themselves, being vaccinated.

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Politics Before Science

So what’s all the noise lately about the Wuhan virus not being/being a lab leak of some sort? I mean, seriously, what is it about Wuhan virus and the additional information that there is a research lab in the same city, makes anyone even doubt the possibility that there was, at minimum, an accidental leak that eventually caused a worldwide panic and not only killed 3.5 million people but crippled every major economy on the planet?

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What’s Going on With These Vaccines?

I think everyone, at least everyone I know, knew that because of the rush to produce an effective vaccine for COVID, that there would still be some side effects, some unanticipated even though yes, they did run all of these through thousands of people in the abbreviated trials. Even without the rush to production, it’s known that medications of all sorts have side effects some minor, others that could be major to the point of being life threatening. Don’t believe that? Watch the inundation of commercials of various drugs from rheumatoid arthritis to cancer: the manufacturer mentions in every case every possible side effect even if the chance of some effects are low. It gives a person pause: at least it does me. Would I want to take that particular medication not knowing if it was going harm me in some way or even kill me?

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What’s wrong With This Picture?

I don’t know what anyone else has been ding in the recent couple of weeks, but I’ve been watch soccer. Ye, wht the remainder of the world refers to as football (because it’s played with the players feet). Particularly. since June 11, the Euros competition that was delayed from last year because of the pandemic. So, it’s been pretty good as far as watching a sport I enoy. Also, we’re seeing the Copa America which is the South American competition. Both of the have been good to watch. Another that has been going on is some friendlies with the US Women’s National Team. You know, the Women’s World Cup winners the last two time (4 times in total). they’re gearing up for the Olympics in a little more than a month.

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