The corporate media constantly lie with facts to keep consumers afraid, and today's prime example comes from The Wall Street Journal. WSJ story on Omicron study before stealth editing“Omicron may cause less severe covid-19,” [https://web.archive.org/web/20211205144039/https://www.wsj.com/articles/omicron-may-cause-less-severe-covid-19-small-south-african-study-finds-11638714444] a WSJ headline
Omicron is coming! But what do we actually know about the new variant, and does it justify the reaction we're seeing from governments? Let's look.
Despite a remarkably high vaccination rate, Scotland's government says it is facing a dangerous situation with rising spread, reports the BBC [https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-59225246]. Around 92% of all Scottish adults are jabbed, yet cases and hospitalizations are near record levels. Chart of daily new cases in UK,
Kyle Rittenhouse acted in self-defense after a gun was pointed at him, a key witness for the prosecution said yesterday during the murder trial. Instead of reporting this watershed moment, numerous corporate media outlets like NPR brazenly misled readers, evoking memories of when CNN portrayed Covington Catholic as a group
Three leading epidemiologists sounded off in recent weeks about the recklessness of vaccinating healthy kids against covid, as highlighted in Tom Woods [tomwoods.com]' newsletter this week [https://mailchi.mp/tomwoods/rischyale?e=3dc678cff5]. Harvey Risch, a professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health and the
Just how bad has the economic illiteracy of the federal government become? (Someone call President Camacho.)
Despite their admission two months ago that “zero Covid“ was no longer a practical goal, New Zealand's government continues its quixotic pursuit even as cases near record levels.