Coronavirus: New York Times Says No

After banning hydroxychlorquine for use in Michigan, the governor has backed down as evidence is piling up that hydroxychlorquine is effective for treating people infected with coronavirus, especially people who have very severe cases. This comes even though access to the drug has been very restricted until now. (CBS News, at least, seems to have […]

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Coronavirus, the Census and Citizenship

I just did my census form online. I got the short form and it was quick and easy and disappointing, since it omits a citizenship question. This is important since illegal aliens, when counted, get representatives in the Congress. However, the second part of the census has just been passed unanimously in the Senate and […]

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Coronavirus and NYC FearPorn

See: https://www.fort-russ.com/2020/03/hell-in-new-york-one-death-every-17-minutes-doctors-cant-keep-up/ This Russian news report of pending disaster in New York City, based in part on a video supplied by a Queens nurse to the New York Times, interpreted by Al-Jazeera, and amplified by Fort Russ, inadvertantly offers some interesting information about the high death rate in New York City. (1) The deaths from […]

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Restarting America After the Coronavirus Shutdown: Sooner is Better

This outline is based on there being three tiers of coronavirus: no treatment, protective treatment, necessary treatment. (All of this is assuming that some combination of anti-malarial and antibiotics (or something else) provides a near-term successful treatment.) Coronavirus (Covid-19) is a generally mild but sometimes lethal illness. Many believe that compared to the numbers of […]

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