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Confusion, Corruption, and Conspiracy at Federal Health Agencies!

Americans have a very favorable opinion of federal health officials that provides some leaders an undeserved, unhealthy, and almost unlimited shield from accountability. Few want to hold their feet to the fire since they are so dedicated, so important and so educated and, of course, so unselfish. Intellectually speaking, that is hogwash, balderdash, and a […]

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Is the CDC Actually a Corrupt Vaccine Company?

Americans are confused. Is the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) a vital, viable, and very visible guardian of national health, or is it “actually a vaccine company” as charged by Robert Kennedy, Jr.? The full title of the CDC is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but is it prevention of disease or is […]

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Cover-up at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention!

My title is wrong or a little misleading. It should be “cover-ups” at the CDC because there have been many. Here are just a few of them. It seems, ineptitude, ineffectiveness, insensitivity have always been the norm at the CDC. In 2014, the CDC senior research scientist Dr. William Thompson publicly admitted that he and […]

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Can We Trust the CDC, NIH, and WHO in Light of Past Failures?

America is blessed to have so many dedicated, educated, though now intimidated health personnel from underpaid orderlies, to nurses, technicians, and doctors who solve or alleviate our health problems. Many have lost their lives in this battle with the coronavirus, while others continue against overwhelming odds. Often these dedicated people don’t get the support required […]

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Kaci Hickox–Infectious People Lose Some Rights!

Is it possible that CDC Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox is another Typhoid Mary? Unlike Mary she may be totally free of infection; but if so, a few days watching television rather than riding her bike is no big deal when lives could be at stake. Like Mary, Kaci refuses to be quarantined and is defying […]

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Ebola Battle Led by Larry, Curly, and Moe?

The population of Europe had outrun the food supply in the early 1300s, and in a few years, the poor were eating cats, dogs, and other animals. Some say they even ate their own children! People were dying, but rather slowly. Bubonic plague (Black Death) would prove to be more efficient and quicker than famine, […]

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History Lesson: Greek Empire Fell Because of Disease!

Civilizations have experienced more devastating blows from sickness than from swords–more heartache from bugs than from bombings. The face of the world has been changed more through the louse, the flea, and the mosquito than by marching armies and flying missiles. When the daily count of the dead reached the breaking point (different in various […]

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Can the CDC Handle the Worst Possibilities of Ebola?

The continent of Africa is a vast area of abundant natural resources yet it remains the world’s poorest and most undeveloped, uneducated, and uncivilized continent of a billion people. I believe the reasons for Africa’s pathetic circumstances are a lack of Christian influence and a variety of other causes: corrupt governments, high levels of illiteracy, incredible […]

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Ebola: Can the CDC be Trusted?

A recent CNN poll reveals that only about 12% of Americans think the government can be trusted most of the time and about 75% trust the government some of the time. Evidently our government is the most untrustworthy, unresponsive, and unreliable in history. And most government is sure unnecessary! Every federal agency is not corrupt, […]

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