HUGE: MASSIVE CDC FRAUD UNCOVERED – CDC Grossly Overcounting Active China Coronavirus Cases Causing States to Keep Their Economies Closed Indefinitely

HUGE: MASSIVE CDC FRAUD UNCOVERED – CDC Grossly Overcounting Active China Coronavirus Cases Causing States to Keep Their Economies Closed Indefinitely

The CDC is over counting the number of China coronavirus cases in an apparent effort to keep the country shut down throughout the summer.  This fraudulent activity was uncovered by the far-left Atlantic proving even a dead clock is right twice a day.  On May 21, 2020, the Atlantic reported that the CDC was over…
The Bioethicist Pandemic

The Bioethicist Pandemic

The increasing outsourcing of health-care policy to medical bureaucrats during the COVID-19 crisis illustrates the dangerous temptation to remove control over policy from democratic deliberation in favor of a technocracy, i.e., rule by “experts.” In health care, such a system would be particularly perilous since the experts placed in charge of policy would be “bioethicists”…
Board Certified Medical Doctor talks about the real tragedy, greater than COVID-19

Board Certified Medical Doctor talks about the real tragedy, greater than COVID-19

Jeff Barke, M.D., is a board certified family physician who has been practicing for more than 30 years in southern California.  He is calm, logical, NON-political and an acute, incisive evaluator of genuine medical data For him—speaking strictly as a seasoned medical doctor with decades of experience—the real tragedy of prolonged shutdowns are statistics such…
Horowitz: The CDC confirms remarkably low coronavirus death rate. Where is the media?

Horowitz: The CDC confirms remarkably low coronavirus death rate. Where is the media?

The CDC just came out with a report that should be earth-shattering to the narrative of the political class, yet it will go into the thick pile of vital data and information about the virus that is not getting out to the public. For the first time, the CDC has attempted to offer a real…
Was the coronavirus created by Chinese scientist who tried to cover her tracks — and failed?

Was the coronavirus created by Chinese scientist who tried to cover her tracks — and failed?

Dr. Shi Zhengli, known as China’s batwoman, was worried.  Her creation, a highly infectious coronavirus, had leaked from her lab in October.  Early efforts to stop the widening circle of infections had failed.  It had spread like wildfire through the densely populated city of Wuhan. The Communist authorities were also worried that the source of…
The Order of Malta Los Angeles to Launch “Operation Gratitude”

The Order of Malta Los Angeles to Launch “Operation Gratitude”

The new program will support religious women and men working at nursing homes during the Covid-19 pandemic—The Los Angeles location of the Order of Malta will launch “Operation Gratitude” on Tuesday, May 12, at 5 p.m. with the distribution of  “gratitude kits” to nursing religious women at the Sacred Heart Retreat House (920 East Alhambra…

Seminarian in Spain returns to roots as doctor amid pandemic

ACI Prensa/CNA—While most of the students at the San Fulgencia Seminary in Cartagena, Spain, returned home when the country declared a state of emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, one seminarian felt a different calling. With a background in medicine, first-year seminarian Abraham Martínez Moratón asked permission of the rector at his seminary to go back…
French Nobel Prize Winner: Coronavirus Indeed Designed in Chinese LAB

French Nobel Prize Winner: Coronavirus Indeed Designed in Chinese LAB

The current coronavirus analysis and findings of Nobel Prize recipient Luc Antoine Montagnier and his peers are not only fascinating, but they deliver insight about Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2) that few could discern. These findings do not seem to be commonly heard on sound-byte mainstream news.  The article below does a good job of exposing these scientific…

Memories and Wisdom from 1918 Influenza pandemic survivors

Mrs. Edna Boone, interviewed in 2008  (click here for her story of what it was like during the 1918 flu pandemic)                          
“One last look of tenderness towards those who die alone”

“One last look of tenderness towards those who die alone”

C&L—Luca Salvi (see featured photo) works at the Alzano Lombardo Hospital in Bergamo, Italy, one of the hotbeds of the epidemic, where everything has changed—from the conception of work to relationships amongst colleagues. “What is happening makes us reflect on our consistency,” he says. For over thirty years, Luca Salvi, an orthopedic doctor, has only…
Lives worth living? Why healthcare rationing must be ethical

Lives worth living? Why healthcare rationing must be ethical

CNA—As state health officials plan for health care rationing during the coronavirus pandemic, lawyers, ethicists and theologians are warning that denying care on the basis of age or disability violates federal law.  “There’s always the temptation when things get rough, and when you’re looking at rationing situations and looking at triage, to fall into the…
Ohio AG: Abortion Clinics Can’t Use Resources Needed for Coronavirus Fight

Ohio AG: Abortion Clinics Can’t Use Resources Needed for Coronavirus Fight

This will be another one for the history books, sadly. Amid near nationwide lockdown in a radical attempt to stem the tide of coronavirus infections, daily rising coronavirus cases in the U.S., and the critical need for all spare facemasks, gowns and medical-personnel protection that is in short supply and needed for those treating severe…
Perspective: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and 3 short well-researched videos

Perspective: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and 3 short well-researched videos

Patheos—[As my colleague] Philip wrote last Friday, “With all the unavoidable news right now about disease and epidemics, it’s an obvious temptation to look back to past eras to see how they coped with such things, culturally as well as medically.” Indeed, as I get more and more emails from my employer, our kids’ school,…
CDC director ‘not shy about his Catholic faith,’ says Baltimore pastor

CDC director ‘not shy about his Catholic faith,’ says Baltimore pastor

Crux—When Msgr. Richard Woy sees Dr. William Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on television these days flanked by medical experts issuing the latest guidance on the novel coronavirus he doesn’t just see one of the top health officials in the U.S., he sees one of the faithful. Woy, rector…
Coronavirus: message from the front lines

Coronavirus: message from the front lines

BioEdge—Daniele Macchini, a doctor at the Humanitas Gavazzeni hospital in the northern Italian city of Bergamo, damned complacency about coronavirus in a lengthy post on Facebook. “The war has literally exploded and battles are uninterrupted day and night. But now that need for beds has arrived in all its drama. One after the other the departments…
Catholic Response to Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

Catholic Response to Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

Bishop David J. Malloy of Rockford and chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on International Justice and Peace; Sean Callahan, president of Catholic Relief Services; and Sr. Mary Haddad, RSM, president of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, issued a statement addressing the Catholic response to the outbreak of the…
Medical Science: What Politicians, the Media and For-Profit Marijuana Advocates Do Not Tell You About Pot Use

Medical Science: What Politicians, the Media and For-Profit Marijuana Advocates Do Not Tell You About Pot Use

A Review of Alex Berenson’s “Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence” Over the past 35 years we have seen a sea-change in attitudes on recreational marijuana drug use. According to Pew Research an overwhelming majority of U.S. adults (91%) say marijuana should be legal either for medical or recreational use…
What to know about China’s Coronavirus

What to know about China’s Coronavirus

The following article was eye-opening.  Apparently “coronavirus” is a genus and there are different species under it.  Put another way, “coronavirus” is a generic term referring to a specific type of virus.  The current outbreak has been dubbed the “Wuhan virus” after the city where the first report emerged earlier this month. That said, there…
Co-host of The Mentors Radio Show Tom Loarie leads Bryologyx in Radically improving cancer immunotherapies, announcing new VP David Crockford

Co-host of The Mentors Radio Show Tom Loarie leads Bryologyx in Radically improving cancer immunotherapies, announcing new VP David Crockford

BryoLogyx Inc., (www.BryoLogyx.com), a privately-held, pre-clinical company developing a new class of proprietary drugs to enhance the response rates and treatment durability of cancer immunotherapies, announced today that David Crockford has joined the Company as vice president of clinical development and logistics, a new position. Crockford joins BryoLogyx after more than 40 years at pharmaceutical…
Federal judge in NY blocks conscience protection rule for healthcare workers

Federal judge in NY blocks conscience protection rule for healthcare workers

New York City, N.Y., Nov 6, 2019-(CNA)—A federal judge in New York overturned the Trump administration’s conscience protection rule for health care workers on Wednesday. The “Protecting Statutory Conscience Rights in Health Care” rule was finalized by the Department of Health and Human Services in May and set to go into effect on Nov. 22.…