By Andrew Lautz | Responsible Statecraft | September 2, 2021
Reporters, lobbyists, activists, Biden administration officials and, of course, lawmakers and their staffs spent countless hours and an ocean of ink on the negotiations for and passage of a recent bipartisan infrastructure bill totaling around $1 trillion. Casual observers probably won’t hear as much, though, about two votes — one in the Senate and one in the House — that could pave the way for Congress to spend a whopping $1.2 trillion additional dollars on the military, above current projections, over the next decades. Here’s how.Lawmakers pave way for $1.2 trillion in new military spending over next 10 years
September 4, 2021 (Brian Berletic – NEO) – As tensions continue to mount between Washington and Beijing, examples continue to abound comparing and contrasting the approaches used by both global powers regarding foreign policy.US vs. China: Where does Vietnam Stand?
Moving the Goal Posts. How many people recognize or understand this logical fallacy? How many recognize or understand this fallacious logic has been at play throughout the entirety of the “pandemic”Covid: The Always Moving Goal Posts
By Meryl Nass, MD | September 3, 2021
Tess Lawrie’s group’s meta-analysis of ivermectin research papers, published in June, has received a great deal of positive attention. It was, as expected, carefully done. The authors graded the quality of the papers they reviewed.Ivermectin Meta-analysis
Related: Ivermectin Discussion With Dr. Tess Lawrie (YouTube)