I’ve unpublished one post here because while I appreciate what the speaker has to say, I am becoming very concerned about his accuracy, and I am starting to feel like I am being played. Time may tell if he is … Continue reading →
I might as well include something concerning election integrity. I can’t directly confirm what is being claimed in this video, because I haven’t studied this kind of math in 50 years. As I find time, I will brush up and see what I can learn and re-learn.
I see this happening, but I am not convinced that these claims are strictly true. There is guesswork involved because there is data that is not being published, and perhaps data that is not even being collected. It is difficult to tell precisely what is going on. But all-cause mortality data demonstrates that “the narrative” is not right either.
Source: The Ministry of the Disabled | Christianity Today Think about what people can do, not what they can’t do.Continue reading →
My Autistic Son’s Lesson: No One Is Broken …instead of telling him to stop pretending and join us, we started pretending and joined him. “Joining,” to use this author’s term, is what I have been advocating all along. Coming from … Continue reading →
I have imagined it, having grown up with an alcoholic parent, and through other long-term close encounters with alcoholic family members. Alcohol may not have directly caused any of this, but the danger it represents as a drug is clear … Continue reading →
RCTs do more than miss the long term injuries a drug might do us. They get used to building standards of care to which doctors are obliged to adhere. Anyone who figures it might not be wise to add a … Continue reading →