Hamburgers and Hotdogs

Look ahead America! To hamburgers and hotdogs! To the Fourth of July when President Biden wants America to come together, celebrate our nation’s freedom at a cookout with family. By then most Americans will be vaccinated. The coronavirus corralled, hopefully, after a long and painful year filled with loss – lost loved ones, lost businesses,…

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Eeek!

Two masks – wear ‘em. Only have one, you say. Buy another one. But we have two and almost three vaccines. Two require two doses, but the new one, if approved, will require only one dose. Take one of the vaccines as soon as you can even though you are still in line or in…

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Let the Science Speak

He’s back and still talking the talk, the straight talk, that made him famous. Doctor Anthony S. Fauci, out of sight since last November, appeared before reporters at the White House briefing room this past week ready to tell it like it is. In other words, tell the truth about the coronavirus pandemic, which has…

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It’s the White House not a Motel Six

In less than a year, nearly 400,000 Americans have died because of the coronavirus. In fact, the death toll jumped from 300,000 to 400,000 in just over a month. Operation Warp Speed, created to develop and deliver vaccines, has derailed for a variety of reasons, including crashing head-on into a wall of lies. Where are…

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Grand Old Party?

On Thursday, January 7, 2021 America set a record. More than four thousand Americans died in the pandemic. The exact death count – 4,112 deaths. 280,000 new cases were reported. Thursday was America’s worst day of the pandemic. Los Angeles, now considered the epicenter, is running out of oxygen to treat COVID-19 patients. Because of…

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All I Want for Christmas

Two vaccines! YES! As we approach the holidays, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a second vaccine created by Moderna for use in combating the corona virus. Those vaccines have left the warehouse. Two vaccines – Great News! But there’s bad news too. Seems there is always a but – add a second “t”…

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History? Yes, but…

On Sunday, December 13, 2020 the first doses of the Pfizer-BioTech vaccine left a facility in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The networks had cameras trained on FedEx and UPS trucks and planes as they took off filled with the vaccine that promises to assist us in ending the worst global pandemic since the 1918 flu. As workers…

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Still Counting

On December 1, NBC News anchor Lester Holt announced on the air that one person would die of Covid-19 every minute during his newscast. The U.S. is recording record numbers of new cases and deaths during the pandemic, Holt reported. As of today, December 5, 2020, more than 277,000 Americans have died because of Covid-19.…

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Two Old White Men Who Dye Their Hair Winners or Losers?

President Trump’s Cousin Rudy continues to embarrass America with his “My Cousin Vinny” act performed regularly in courtrooms across America, where Trump is challenging the vote count. Cousin Rudy has not performed as well as his fellow New Yorker, Cousin Vinnie, who won his case in the 1992 movie. So far, attorney Rudy Giuliani and…

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Covid! Covid! Covid! Captain Covid’s Promise Falls Short

President Trump promised before the November 3rd election that the lame stream media would stop talking about the corona virus once the election was over. The President, now lame himself – lame duck, that is, lame and quacking – claimed that the media was involved in a conspiracy to beat him using the corona virus,…

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