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With the milestone of one hundred and twenty thousand deaths due to the pandemic, the rate of death by age distribution is worth reviewing: 80% of those who die are age 65 and older, 17% are between the ages of 45 to 65. Age and % death of those who die:45-55yo 5%55-65yo 12% 65-74yo 21%75-84yo… Read More »
I am thoroughly tired and disgusted of seeing good Americans abused. And, I get nauseated every time I see the arrogant face of our sniveling Attorney General. What a joke in plain sight. Vote and get all the bums out. Then see justice served with Trump behind bars where he belongs.The whole lot of them… Read More »
This is the word we use in Medicine when the overall response fits the situation. And, it represents taking all relevant information available into consideration before making any decision.All “professionals” must act appropriately.Law enforcement officials are “professionals” and must do the same.Apparently 18,000 independent police precincts have never been given general standards or protocols upon… Read More »
They protect us from foreign enemies,and now our Executive branch.But wait, aren’t they one in the same in many ways?It seems as if the President can appeal to our worst side, but a consensus of good is coming out of it. How nice! Peace and be safe.
The tragic and violent events of the past week, triggered by the despicable senseless killing of Mr George Floyd a restrained black man by the police in Minneapolis Minnesota, must be kept front and center such that his untimely death is not in vain. The demonstrations need to continue, but the violence and destruction of… Read More »
I read several years ago that much of the “bad” or risky behavior humans do are based on the belief that they will “ get away with it”.People believe or hope that smoking, obesity, poor eating habits, lack of exercise, etc, despite evidence to the contrary, will not result in dangerous consequences to themselves. But… Read More »
This famous question was posed by then Republican candidate Ronald Reagan one week before the 1980 Presidential election during his debate with President Jimmy Carter. Historians say it helped him win the election forty years ago. Well of course the answer this time is quite obvious.The next question is: “Do you want to go down… Read More »
Azar continues on as Secretary of HHS(Health and Human Services), and despite his impressive education at Yale and Harvard, I wonder how this man can sleep at night?Azar succeeded in preventing President Trump from learning about the ineffective CDC Corona Virus test for one month, apparently to save face and look good to the President.… Read More »
Many Things Went Wrong to Get Us Here, But Failing To Defend the Constitution Was Really Bad. At Least For Now, Two Out of Three of Us Recognize Trump Acted Too Slowly, and Allowed Everything to Get Out of Control From The Very Beginning.At Least That’s a Start.Stay Strong and Stay Safe!