COVID-19

University Study: It’s Official — Ugly People More Likely To Wear Masks

Well, this is inconvenient.  Aggravated by the holdouts who keep wearing face masks despite mounting evidence that they’re essentially useless against Covid-19? Maybe you should be a little grateful. According to findings published at Frontiers in Psychology, people who consider themselves less attractive are more likely to continue wearing face masks. “Our findings suggest that …

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Deadline Passes For Pfizer To Submit Results Of Post-Vaccination Heart Inflammation Study To US Regulators

We shouldn’t have to ask! The deadline has passed for Pfizer to submit the results of a study exploring the frequency of heart inflammation following receipt of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer was required by the U.S. and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct multiple studies on its vaccine after the FDA approved the …

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21 Year Old Air Force Football Player ‘Dies Suddenly’ After Collapsing Walking To Class

No one is allowed to address the elephant in the room — why all of a sudden do we have all these “died suddenly” events? Whether or not it is a ‘coincidence’ remains to be seen – but it is getting hard to ignore all of the recent stories about athletes, collegiate and professional, unexpectedly …

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Chances Of Reenlistment Unclear For Discharged Troops After Pentagon Rescinds COVID Vaccine Mandate

If the COVID vaccines were as important to national security as they pretended to make them out to be, DoD would never have rolled over on this. Now to get those discharged troops reinstated. The Department of Defense is formally ending the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for the U.S. military and the National Guard, but did …

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Op-Ed: It’s time to stop president’s tyrannical overreach

My OpEd against Covid vaccine mandates ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News. This will get a reaction out of the liberals.  Last week, President Biden announced he is mandating all private-sector companies with over 100 employees require their workforce to be vaccinated for COVID-19, or else be fired, tested weekly, or fined $14k per violation. …

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<30 out of 2 million Active Duty & Reserve Died from COVID-19

In April 2020, I jumped up and down on the COVID numbers coming out of the military (Palouse Should Be Released from Lockdown).  There was a coronavirus outbreak onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt. The survival rate was 99.98% Now this from NPR:  “The military has fared relatively well in combating COVID. Fewer than 30 service …

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White House recommends UI, BSU, BYU-I move online

The White House Coronavirus Task Force has recommended three Idaho colleges, including the University of Idaho, move instruction online in response to elevated levels of COVID-19 in nearby communities, according to a report from the Idaho Statesman. The task force recommended closing colleges in Latah, Madison and Ada counties, which are home to the UI, …

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OpEd: U.S. paying a premium price for marginal school results

My Op-Ed ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Enjoy!  In my previous two Op-Ed’s, I agreed with the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics that kids should be back in live classes. This is a non-controversial position in Europe, where leaders across the political spectrum agree that even in a pandemic, children are better …

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Thousands Protest COVID-19 Restrictions Across Europe

Meanwhile, in the US, we’re like lambs to the slaughter.  Thousands across Europe have been protesting safety restrictions amid the ongoing pandemic. Anti-lockdown protesters took to the streets in the U.K., Germany and France to express their opposition to wearing a face mask. … Participants were seen holding posters that suggested COVID-19 “doesn’t exist.” Demonstrators …

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Op-Ed: COVID-19 and the Political Grandstanding of Education Unions

My Op-Ed ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Enjoy!  As I previously wrote (Schools Need to Remain Open), the probability of a child dying from the coronavirus is infinitesimally small. According to the CDC, a child has a better chance of being struck by lightning than dying of coronavirus. It is essential for the health, education, …

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Gatherings have police concerned

At town hall, Pullman chief discusses move from warning to enforcement for COVID-19 violations Pullman Police Department Chief Gary Jenkins said police have seen an increase in parties and gatherings the past few weeks despite the risks of COVID-19. Jenkins joined other community leaders, including Mayor Glenn Johnson and Washington State University President Kirk Schulz, …

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Idaho Governor Brad Little seeking immunity from civil liability

Be sure to read the reason why in the last paragraph. #CYA On March 18, Idaho’s Governor Brad Little restricted pharmacists from dispensing hydroxychloroquine for off label use. Since that time, 217 Idahoans have died from Covid-related deaths, many of them without the choice to be treated with zinc and hydroxychloroquine. Suddenly Governor Little is …

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Idaho North Central District of Public Health Now Showing Over 55% of Cases as Recovered, Latah County Adds 10 New Cases Over the Weekend

LATAH COUNTY – The Idaho North Central District of Public Health reported a total of 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Latah County over the weekend, bringing the county total to 83. Of the 83 confirmed cases, 38 (45.7%) have recovered, and there have been zero deaths. Of those ten new cases, seven are …

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