Berserk Mandating Not Discussing

California Coastal Commission Goes Berserk Mandating Future Coastal Sea Level Rise Hype. Larry Hamlin — “The California Coastal Commission has established that the state must plan as a minimum for 3.5 feet of coastal sea level rise over the next 30 years.” … “This ludicrous rate of coastal sea level rise is 26 times greater than the rate of coastal sea level rise that has been measured by NOAA tide gauge data over the past 30 years at numerous coastal locations including 7 locations with between 75 to 115 years of continuous NOAA tide gauge coastal sea level rise data which shows these locations will average only 1.6 inches of coastal sea level rise in the next 30 years – not 3.5 feet!!”

‘Talking Melbourne’ but not Ivermectin. Roger Franklin — “One doesn’t go to press with an argument that runs counter to the weight of orthodoxy and official pronouncement without testing its credibility and assembling links that will help the reader arrive at his or her considered opinion.” … “As as a born optimist it is painful to think those likewise afflicted might call 3AW in hope of honest, rational, open conversation and find only censorship.”

Why all the fuss about Ivermectin? Brian C. Joondeph — “First hydroxychloroquine, now ivermectin, is the hated deadly drug de jour, castigated by the medical establishment and regulatory authorities. Both drugs have been around for a long time as FDA-approved prescription medications. Yet now we are told they are as deadly as arsenic.” … “Does ivermectin work against COVID? That is the bigger question and worthy of investigation, rather than reminding people that they are not cows.”

Medical treatment involves balancing risks and benefits. When FDA-approved medications are used in appropriate doses for appropriate patients, prescribed by competent physicians, the risks tend to be low, and any benefit should be celebrated. Instead, the medical establishment, media, and regulatory authorities are taking the opposite approach. One has to wonder why.

Federal, state election officials stymie rural Lander County commissioners’ proposed 2020 election audit. Sean Golonka — “As the voting records currently reside in the voting machines, and the election was not contested, those voting machines are not to be transferred to any other organization or entity in any situation, except as provided by law,” Cegavske wrote. … The Department of Justice letter also warns that transferring the ballots to someone other than an election official could pose a security risk.

 

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