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Gretchen Whitmer Played WaPo for Fools

Michigan governor played Washington Post reporter Ruby Cramer for a fool. What’s troubling is the Post recently declared Cramer as one of her generation’s “dynamic talents.”

Here’s another example of why Americans shouldn’t make political determinations and judgements based on what they read in the legacy media.

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Elon Musk: His Word Isn’t His Bond

A man’s word was once his bond. In walking away from his previously unconditional commitment to acquire Twitter, Elon Musk has demonstrated that character in business no longer matters.

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DeSantis to WaPo: Kish Mir in Tuchas

The Washington Post posted a profile this morning about Florida governor Ron DeSantis, who declined to speak with the once nationally respected publication. Here’s why DeSantis’ diss was a watershed moment in American politics and journalism.
An added bonus is an opportunity to learn a once popular Yiddish expression.

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The Media’s Takedown of Elon Musk

The media is out to take down Elon Musk, and last week they demonstrated how low they’re willing to go. Here’s why Americans must draw a line in the sand and show zero tolerance for the media’s dishonest and puerile agenda.

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Dr. Mary, Quite Contrary, Bowden

Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, the Houston ENT doc who dared challenge the government, the medical establishment, and the media with her refusal to stop prescribing a controversial drug, has a formidable legal ally hoping to turn her defiance into a landmark legal ruling. His name is Boyden Gray, and his myriad accomplishments include serving as White House Counsel to President George H.W. Bush and spearheading significant clean energy legislation.

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Elon Musk’s Just Disdain for Joe Biden

Until this past weekend, I was appalled by Elon Musk’s public disparagement of President Biden. But after Biden’s belittlement of the entrepreneur’s space exploration efforts and the president’s false representations of Ford Motor Co., I’ve come to appreciate Musk’s willingness to publicly articulate what most Americans are thinking.

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Liar, Liar, Ford’s On Fire

Given the ethical state of the legacy media these days, it comes as no surprise that Ford’s $19.2 million multistate settlement for deceptive advertising was mostly ignored. Here’s why the settlement was a very big deal.

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The Canceling of Dr. David Sabatini

A story by an intrepid young reporter named Suzy Weiss about the cancellation of Dr. David Sabitini should serve as a Rosa Parks moment in combating the cancer of cancel culture. The cancer reference is especially apropos because Sabatini was possibly well on his way to finding a cure for the disease but now finds himself unemployed and without purpose.

Weiss made a compelling case that Sabitini got a raw deal. Regardless, the allegations against him didn’t merit canceling a gifted scientist who many believe was destined for a Nobel Prize.

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Rashida Tlaib’s Jew Hating Hurts Michigan

Michigan is in the midst of a major leadership crisis. The state can’t attract major investments — Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana have all feasted on Michigan’s manufacturing lunch. Much of the blame rests with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer but Rep. Rashida Tlaib is also part of the problem.

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Houston Methodist’s Needless Stent Surgeries

Given Houston Methodist’s public trashing of ENT doc Mary Talley Bowden for allegedly practicing medicine “not based in science,” it’s notable the Texas hospital, ranked among the best in the country, has been cited by a healthcare think tank for being the national leader performing stent surgeries on the elderly in the first year of the pandemic. The “science” is conclusive that most stent surgeries are unnecessary and potentially harmful.

Cleveland Clinic, another top-rated hospital whose CEO is a world-renowned cardiac surgeon, tied Houston Methodist for its dubious distinction.

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