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Friday, March 1, 2024

World AIDS Day and Scientific Orthodoxy

World AIDS day is as good a day as any to advance the theory that the entire scientific establishment is barking up the wrong tree. That is, they have accepted, uncritically, the hypothesis that HIV is the sole cause of AIDS. This is the scientific orthodoxy regarding AIDS in America and Europe, where it is to this day still largely confined to gay men, recreational drug users, and hemophiliacs. It is also the orthodoxy regarding AIDS in Africa, where the syndrome occurs more generally in the population. Yet it is asserted that HIV is the the cause of both “epidemics” (ironic quotes intentional).

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It’s official: We’re in a recession

For the past 12 months, President George W. Bush has assured a skeptical nation that America’s economy is strong and that we’re not in a recession.

Today, the National Bureau of Econmic Research said what most Americans already knew: The U.S. is officially in a recession. In fact, it has been in a recession since December 2007.

Which means Bush lied.

The White House is now accepting the fact that the country is in a recession but is trying to spin the story by pointing out what it calls the positive steps the Bush Administration is taking to bring about economic recovery.

Meanwhile, the Dow closed down 700 points.

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Obama unveils his “dream team”

President-elect Barack Obama unveiled his national security "dream team" Monday with former opponent Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton topping the field as Secretary of State.

With most of the names known well before the Monday announcement, the only question for those watching the press conference was what exactly would the President-elect say in describing the latest round of cabinet and key aide selections.

Obama called it "a new dan of American leadership" even though he has turned more and more to Washington insiders to be the symbols of the change that he promised the American people during the election campaign.

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Confidence is high…

Obama has now presented his security team, a racially-mixed, politically-mixed, gender-mixed team that seems to be very comfortable together. Obama talked about his strategic view:

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How free is Freedom of Expression.

One of the greatest legacy of democratic governance is the right of free expression. During the era of monarchies, telling the truth to power was usually a direct ticket to prison or death. But democracy has made it possible for people to express their opinion no matter how diverse without fear of persecution. Most developing countries still clamping down on the media see the press as inconsiderate saboteurs trying to measure them against the advanced institutions of the developed countries. Others clamp down on the press because of religious differences with the free world. Still, others has political reasons.

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An explanation for the State of our country

Students lie, cheat, steal, but say they’re good

In the past year, 30 percent of U.S. high school students have stolen from a store and 64 percent have cheated on a test, according to a new, large-scale survey suggesting that Americans are too apathetic about ethical standards.

I wasn’t aware that good, ETHICAL people lie, cheat and steal! But this sure does explain how GW Bush remained POTUS for 8 years.

I mean how can you condemn someone else’s actions when you do the same thing?

Simple answer is YOU CAN’T! Check this out!

Other findings from the survey:

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