Showing posts from May, 2023


John Kerry: Farmers Must Stop Growing Food to Meet ‘Net Zero’ Goals for ‘Emissions’

  Democrat President Joe Biden’s “climate czar” John Kerry is calling for farmers to stop growing food in order to meet   the administration’s radical “net zero” goals for lowering “emissions.”

Benjamin Fulford Report: Why the US has to go Through Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

  Sometimes, when I write a story, it gets convoluted and loses direction. No matter what I do, I only end up digging a deeper   hole. When this happens, the only option is to delete the whole thing and start all over. This is a good metaphor for what passes off as government in the United States.

Over 300 COVID-Era Medical Papers Retracted due to Scientific Errors, Ethics Concerns

 O ver 330 different medical research papers have been retracted in the aftermath of the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic, due to either research errors or ethical problems.

Illegal Aliens Throwing Parties in NYC Hotels

 I n New York City, illegal aliens who are currently being housed in former hotels have been throwing wild parties during their stays, according to a former employee of one such facility.

Judge Renews Focus on Clinton Foundation Tax Problems after Durham Report

 A fter Special Counsel John Durham finally released his comprehensive report on the origins of the “Russian collusion” hoax, a U.S. Tax Court judge has renewed a previously dormant whistleblower case against the Clinton Foundation for possible IRS improprieties.

Morning Greatness: Freedom Caucus Promises ‘Reckoning’ Over McCarthy’s Debt Ceiling Deal

  Good Wednesday morning. Here is what’s on 46 agenda today: 10am:  The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

Return to the Story

 If, as the sometimes trite-sounding refrain has it, “life is a journey,” we are forced to ask ourselves to define what we mean by journey. Is it just simple traveling? Is it a pilgrimage? Is it something inside of us or does it indeed require packing up a suitcase and “going places?” Or is this phrase just too saccharine and simplistic and deserving of a “live, laugh, love”-type placard at Home Goods?

Sorcery or Nihilism, Part III

I  concluded my  second essay  (see here for  part one ) in this four-essay series noting conservative sorcery doesn’t work. But what of the sorcery of the enemy? What is  it,  and how does  it  work? 

Life of Python

 J ohn Cleese has been planning a stage production of “Life of Brian,” and in a reading of the latest script, several American actors advised him to  cut the “Loretta scene ,” in which a man expresses a desire to be a woman. 

Toward a Youthful Republican Party

 T he largest issue negatively impacting the Republican Party’s ability to win young people, and the electorate at large, is the GOP’s lack of a coherent, positive message.

America and the Future of Globalism

 I f globalization is the economic integration of nations in a world where technology has all but erased once formidable barriers to long-distance communication and transportation, globalism is its cultural and ideological counterpart. In theory, the same dynamics might apply. As economies merge, cultures merge as well. As we move deeper into the 21st century, a global melting pot blends everything and everyone together. A planetary civilization marches united into a future of peaceful coexistence, ecological restoration, human life extension, and galactic exploration. If people were saints and reality utopia, this idealized version of globalism could be embraced without reservation. Globalism, like communism or neoliberalism, is beautiful when described in these abstract terms and not rooted in the real world. And there is a legitimate moral imperative for us to try to come to terms with what civilization will look like as technology continues to shrink the world. Technology makes glo

Three Years Later, No Justice for BLM Insurrection in D.C.

 O ur office prosecutes all acts of violence, regardless of political motivation, the same.” So said U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves—under oath, mind you, and with a straight face—during a  hearing  of the House Oversight Committee earlier this month. 

House Oversight Committee ‘Taking Steps’ to Hold Christopher Wray in Contempt of Congress After FBI Refuses to Comply With Subpoena

 T he Republican-led House Oversight and Accountability Committee is gearing up to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt over the Bureau’s refusal to comply with a Congressional subpoena. House Oversight Chairman James Comer issued the subpoena  earlier this month   after a whistleblower made legally protected disclosures to Senator Chuck Grassley’s (R-Iowa) office.

MLB Pitcher Calls on Catholic Dodgers Fans to ‘Reconsider Their Support’ For Team Over ‘Deeply Offensive Mockery’ Of Their Religion

 M LB pitcher Trevor Williams, a devout Catholic, called for a boycott of the Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday after the organization decided to re-invite a blasphemous group of “drag queens” to its Pride Night event this June.

CDC Conference Described as ‘Superspreader Event’ After At Least 181 Attendees Test Positive For COVID-19

 A  recent U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conference appears to have been a “superspreader event,” with at least 181 vaccinated attendees testing positive for COVID-19.

DHS Warns of ‘Heightened Threat’ of Attacks on Churches and Cops Ahead of 2024 Election

 T he Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a warning of “a heightened threat environment,” including possible attacks against such institutions as churches and the police, as the 2024 election draws closer.

Target’s Marketing VP also Works for Organization Pushing Transgender Agenda in Schools

 I n the wake of the controversy surrounding Target’s debut of pro-transgender clothing lines aimed at children, it has since been revealed that one of the senior executives in the company’s marketing department also holds a position with a pro-transgender advocacy group.

Our Duty to Shine the Light into the Darkness and Expose the Evil

  The tagline for  Health Impact News , as displayed in our banner, is:  Shining the Light of Truth into the Darkness of Deceit . This is our foundation and mission that drives everything we publish on the  Health Impact News  network.

EU Official Threatens Twitter For Pulling Out Of Anti-Disinfo Pact

  EU officials have been mega-triggered after Twitter decided to abandon the bloc’s voluntary disinformation “code of practice ” that other major platforms have pledged to support.

20,000% Increase in Retinal Eye Damage Following COVID-19 Vaccination

  Earlier this month (May, 2023) a  large scale study was published  in the  npj Vaccines  journal, which is part   of the Portfolio , and looked at the “Risk assessment of retinal vascular occlusion after COVID-19 vaccination.”

Most Important Medical History Lesson We Must Never Forget

  One of the most egregious lies spread by mainstream media hosts and health authorities like Dr. Anthony Fauci   and Dr. Rochelle Walensky was that the COVID “vaccine” would stop the spread of infection, thereby ending the pandemic. It was a provable lie, because none of the COVID shots had ever been tested to see if they could prevent the spread of infection.

Trump: ‘By Memorial Day 2025 Our Country Will Be Roaring Back!!!’

  President Donald Trump issued a message slamming Joe Biden’s destructive economic policies that have led   to high gas prices and inflation for the American people just as Memorial Day weekend kicks off.

Morning Greatness: McCarthy Rallies Support for Unpopular Debt Deal

  Good Tuesday morning. Here is what’s on 46 agenda today: 11:05am:  The President and The First Lady arrive at the White House 2:45pm:  Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and Director of the Office of Budget and Management Shalanda Young

Republican Voters Don’t Want a Trump Knockoff

 R epublican voters have been bashed over the head repeatedly with the message that Ron DeSantis is the more “electable,” new and improved version of Donald Trump. This was always a ridiculous talking point, as if an enigmatic figure such as Trump could be replicated, with all peculiar virtues retained and vices purged. But this shtick for DeSantis had life only so long as it remained an untested hypothesis. Under the pressure of a head-on collision with Trump, the careful ruse of “Trump without the baggage” is collapsing like a cardboard cutout. 

A Beantown Letdown

 O n May 17, reports suddenly surfaced that by the end of the week Rachael Rollins, U.S. attorney for the district of Massachusetts, would resign. She had been facing two separate ethics complaints and was being accused of lying under oath to the independent Office of Special Counsel and the Department of Justice’s inspector general. It was a shocking and abrupt conclusion—for now, at least—to a promising legal career, evoking instant rebukes from commentators, many of whom felt betrayed. 

Stories That Inspire Always Begin With an Everyman Never Giving Up

 T his past Saturday, Michael Block, golf’s 46-year-old everyman, was playing shoulder-to-shoulder with the world’s top players at the PGA Championship in New York State. Against all odds, he was holding his own so well that by Sunday, he was paired with arguably the greatest golfer of his generation, Rory McIlroy, a four-time major champion.

Three Years Later, No Justice for BLM Insurrection in D.C.

 O ur office prosecutes all acts of violence, regardless of political motivation, the same.” So said U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves—under oath, mind you, and with a straight face—during a  hearing  of the House Oversight Committee earlier this month. 

Watchdog Calls out Biden’s VA for Poor Treatment of Veterans, Other Shortcomings

A s the nation celebrates Memorial Day by reflecting on the service of veterans throughout our history, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has come under renewed criticism for a number of failures in its mission to provide care and benefits to veterans. As reported by  Just The News , the VA’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released several reports and memorandums just before Memorial Day. VA Inspector General Michael Missal submitted his semi-annual oversight report to Congress, declaring in the attached cover letter that “OIG staff have identified significant deficiencies” within the VA. “Our oversight efforts spotlighted in this report help illustrate how weaknesses in any of these areas of accountability can negatively affect veterans and can waste or misuse taxpayer dollars,” Missal added. One example given in the report deals with “concerns revealed across four prior oversight reports about [Veterans Benefits Administration] decision-making on claims-processing issues

Morning Greatness: McCarthy, Biden Make Deal on Debt Limit

  Good Monday morning. Here is what’s on 46 agenda today: 8:30am:  The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

Reflections on Memorial Day 2023

 T oday, we celebrate Memorial Day. What does that mean? Unfortunately, for many citizens, it signifies just another three-day weekend, the beginning of the summer season, and an excuse for a weekend cook-out. Sadly, we have lost even the vestiges of the meaning of this holiday: a solemn time, serving both as catharsis for those who fought and survived, and to ensure that those who followed would not forget the sacrifice of those who died that the American republic might live.

Sorcery or Nihilism, Part II

 I n  part one  of this series of four essays, I asked whether we are compelled by our times to understand sorcery—their sorcery, and our own. 

Amplifying the Book Ban Bushwa

 I n a recent piece in  The Atlantic , Ronald Brownstein proclaimed, “ The Book-Bans Debate Has Finally Reached a Turning Point. ” With the solemnity of a writer reporting on anti-totalitarian uprisings, Brownstein’s opening paragraph explains, “Across multiple fronts, Democrats and their allies are stiffening their resistance to a surge of Republican-led book bans.”

An Innovative Education Model Shows Promise

 P aradise Valley Unified School District in Phoenix is one of a small number of districts nationwide using an innovative approach to organizing classrooms. Elementary students are placed in six different groups based on ability and then are carefully mixed together in ways that shrink the huge achievement gaps among them that make teaching so hard. 

It Was Always Only About Power With the Left

 W hy do so many liberal climate-activist grandees fly on private jets? Or why do those who profited from Black Lives Matter have a propensity for estate living? Or why do the community-activist Obamas prefer to live in not one, but  three  mansions?  

The Politics of Inertia

 H as something finally intervened to change the 2024 calculus? “Inertia” is an interesting word. It comes from the Latin  iners , which means, first of all, “without skill,” “incompetent” ( in , not +  ars , art, skill). But it also means “sluggish,” “weak,” “inactive,” “motionless.” In common speech, “inertia” generally suggests something torpid, sleepy, without spunk or initiative. “Joe wanted to go to the race but was overcome by inertia and stayed home.” 

What a Difference a Real DA Makes

 C hesa Boudin, named after cop-killer Joanne Chesimard, and  son of Weather Underground terrorists  Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, was elected district attorney of San Francisco in November 2020. Criminals were happy with the outcome. 

The 1980s Satanic Panic and Transgenderism Today

 I n the 1980s what now seems like collective insanity hit this country—false reports of satanic sexual abuse of children in daycare. Some called it the  Satanic panic . It took almost 20 years for this insanity to be washed out of our collective system.

This Is No Way to Run a Government

 W hat follows is a stress-tested perspective on the challenges faced by political appointees whose attempts to navigate the bureaucratic swamp and drive change are met with the recalcitrance of the administrative state.

Ukraine War Threatens Biden Megadonor

 U krainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy isn’t the only one demanding more military assistance from Joe Biden to protect Kiev from Russian forces. So, too, is a close Biden friend and financial backer, who owns several luxury car dealerships around the Ukrainian capital. 

American Greatness Roundtable: Table for Two

 T he third episode of the weekly American Greatness Roundtable features   AG   contributor and former U.S. Representative   Thaddeus McCotter   (R-Mich.) in a one-on-one discussion with host and managing editor Ben Boychuk.




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