International Medicine

By Del Meyer on 08/18/2020 10:17 PM

How Did Sweden Flatten Its Curve Without a Lockdown? by Kristina Fiore, Director of Enterprise & Investigative Reporting, MedPage Today July 29, 2020 Despite never implementing a full-scale lockdown, Sweden has managed to flatten its curve, prompting its health leadership to claim victory — but others question the cost of the strategy, as the country […]

By Del Meyer on 05/05/2020 8:58 PM

Because some countries know that the corona virus is a serious, life-threatening respiratory disease which is contagious 48-96 hours before symptoms appear. Therefore, the disease is spreading much before this “social distancing” recommendation which is really a life-death misunderstanding by even the world health organization (WHO). Is the WHO really showing some medical illiteracy? Since […]

By Del Meyer on 03/30/2020 12:33 AM

The current corona virus pandemic has put international health in perspective. This is a respiratory disease and it is spread by coughing the virus into the air. A photograph of a cough indicates that the particles form a cone at about a 60-degree angle and lasts for about six feet. The virus may then last […]

By Del Meyer on 03/23/2020 8:02 PM

With socialism’s popularity rising in the United States, it’s more important than ever that Americans know the facts about Karl Marx’s inherently flawed ideology. That is why Heritage’s Lee Edwards, distinguished fellow in conservative thought, has been working hard to explain the true nature of socialism. In his article, “What Americans Must Know About Socialism,” […]

By Del Meyer on 02/24/2020 7:43 PM

Four years ago Newsweek reported in a powerful article “CHINA FORCES ITS POLITICAL PRISONERS TO SELL BODY PARTS,” but little has been printed in American news outlets since. So what did they report and can it still be confirmed? They reported, “Dozens of highly respected investigators, scholars and government officials around the world claim the […]

By Del Meyer on 01/29/2020 9:31 PM

For health policy that works, look at the evidence By Linda Gorman, opinion contributor When a policy generating a lot of fame and fortune starts to go wrong, the temptation to ignore new data can be irresistible. For over 50 years, mainstream U.S. health policy makers have promoted research supporting Kenneth Arrow’s 1963 assertion that […]

By Del Meyer on 01/01/2020 9:57 PM

It was during this time that the Soviet records that were made available revealed that Senator Edward Kennedy’s message to Khrushchev was found. Senator Kennedy had sent a memo to Khrushchev about our President Reagan who seemed to be out of control and what would he suggest we should do to control him? In May […]

By Del Meyer on 12/17/2019 2:26 AM

Writing in National Affairs (“Rethinking Polarization”), Rauch, a Brookings Institution senior fellow, postulates a vast emptiness at the core of the politics that has engulfed us: “What if, to some significant extent, the increase in partisanship is not really about anything?” What if rival tribalisms are largely untethered from ideologies? This is plausible. The angriest […]

By admin on 10/17/2019 8:10 AM

Impeachment is Built on a Trap That Obama Created for Romney Daniel Greenfield 133 | Front Page | Mon Oct 7, 2019 The Whistleblower Protection Act was put into place for the stated purpose of fighting waste and mismanagement in the civil service. It’s a controversial piece of legislation, but its purpose is clear. As […]