Hospital Admissions Double

New Zealand’s 2020 Excess Diseases DATA from the New Zealand Ministry of Health revealed a 103 percent increase in hospitalizations among 12 disease categories measured in 2021 following the mRNA rollout. Read the article here. This calls into serious question the safety of medical interventions such as mRNA vaccines. They penetrate the cell wall and


Seriously, Why Is Hunter Biden Walking Free?

While January 6 political prisoners rot in the gulags for trespassing and a former president may get arrested next week for a misdemeanor, crack-smoking, influence-peddling, illegal-gun-buying Hunter Biden is a free man. Why? Perhaps the bigger question is why are so few in conservative media asking about Hunter Biden’s free pass. The topic pops up


DEVELOPING: Deutsche Bank Stressed… Shares Tumble

Deutsche Bank’s shares tumbled for the third day in a row on Friday after a spike in credit default swaps, CNBC reported. The German lender’s shares fell 11% on Friday as the cost of insuring against its default spiked. The European banking system is stressed. Swiss regulators on Saturday raced to seal a deal before


The deindustrialization of the European Union

Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. “Economically, this agreement is the equivalent of a one-way street.” Bill Clinton, October 2000 The Industrial Revolution began in England in the late 18th century with the advent of new manufacturing materials (iron and steel), new energy sources (coal, petroleum, and electricity), the invention


DC’s Dim-Witted Lightbulb Moment

Though he’s best known for his powerful metaphor of “the invisible hand,” philosopher and proto-economist Adam Smith saw a role for government in setting market conditions.  The founding father of economic liberalism believed government force was necessary to structure the conditions for a market economy, to create the conditions where people could trade freely. Confidence