Study Highlights High Costs, Limited Benefits Of Government Pandemic Restrictions

An Analysis From Johns Hopkins University Found Government Restrictions Intended To Slow The Spread Of Covid-19 Came With High Economic And Social Costs And Limited Public Health Benefits.

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Science, Politics And Football

What Did We Learn In 2021? I Hope We Have Learned That Politicians And The Big Tech Oligarchs Are As Untrustworthy As The Media. Adam Schiff, Zuckerberg And CNN Are Obvious Examples. However, There Are Good People In The Media And In Washington. All Is Not Lost, And I Am Optimistic About Our Country. America Has Gone Through Far Worse Times Than We Are Currently Experiencing. President Trump’s Thanksgiving Message Gave Me Hope. He Said, “Do Not Worry, We Will Be Great Again – And We Will Do It Altogether.” Great Words Of Encouragement By A True Leader.

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Tennessee Unemployment Drops To Pre-Pandemic Levels

Tennessee’s Unemployment Rate Has Dropped To Its Lowest Level Since March 2020, The Last Month Before Covid-19 Business Closures Impacted Workers Across The State. According To New Data From The Department Of Labor And Workforce Development (TDLWD), Tennessee Recorded An Unemployment Rate Of 4% In November 2021.

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Mayor Kelly Announces Next Phase Of Reopening For City Community Centers

Most Community Centers Are Reopening—With The Last Remaining Exceptions Being East Lake Due To Remodeling; As Well As Cromwell And Frances B. Wyatt, Both Of Which Are Closed Due To Staffing Shortages.

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Safety And Freedom: Op-Ed By James V. Ferguson, MD

Almost Two Years Ago We Were Told That We Needed To Shut Down The Country And Shelter In Place For 2 Weeks To “Bend The Curve” Of The Covid Pandemic. I Believe This Was A Well-Intentioned Safety Admonition By The Government And Experts Based On The Evidence In March 2020. But Two Years Later Those Recommendations Have Morphed Into Something Far Beyond Safety. The Command-And-Control Functionaries Now Use The Cudgel Of Vaccinations, Masking And Mandates, Under The Guise Of Safety, To Subjugate We The People.

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Middle Tennessee Lawsuit Over Lockdown Induced Losses Dismissed By Federal Court

The U.S. District Court For Middle Tennessee Dismissed A Lawsuit Brought By Agilitas USA Against Hartford Fire Insurance Co. After Agilitas Had Its Business-Interruption Claim Denied By Hartford.

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