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Sunday, November 29, 2020


Are Legacy and Social Media Protecting Presidential Candidate Joe Biden?

If you watch CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC or read the New York Times, or other legacy news you might not have heard about the October 14, 2020 New York Post article Hunter Biden emails show leveraging connections with his father to boost Burisma pay.

Our COVID-19 Plan would Minimize Mortality and Lockdown-induced Collateral Damage

Current COVID-19 lockdowns protect low-risk college students and young professional bankers, attorneys, journalists, scientists and others who can work from home, while older high-risk working-class people are risking their lives building the population immunity that will eventually protect us all.

November 3 Voting Assistance for Frederick

As a reminder, Frederick polling places will have spaces set aside for voters who cannot wear a face mask. During early voting Urbana will have an outside area set up for voters who can't wear masks. The other locations have inside space set aside. Per Board of Elections Director Stuart Harvey once the voter is checked in they vote "by themselves away from all other voters at a separate voting booth, then deposited the ballot at the scanner."

The Real Pandemic: Mass Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy

It’s more than fair to say that we are experiencing a pandemic, but not the one you hear about ad nauseum. No, the pandemic is not a virus, it is a pandemic outbreak of Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy which focuses its obsessions on the virus.

Write in Candidates – Yea or Nay?

On October 7, the Board of Education voted to remain under the current virtual learning model. To say parents are upset is an understatement – they are livid. This anger sparked conversations and interest in possible “write-in” candidates.

Run Away from Covid or Get Immune?

Does not Donald Trump deserve some credit for finally talking about what we should have been talking about for these last seven horrifying months? He got the bug, shook it off, and thereby beefed up his immune system. He is stronger and now can move about freely, engaging people, shaking hands, and otherwise living a normal life.


This is a hearty meal, perfect for coming cold days. Loved when mom made this dish! Try it and let us know what you think!

AIER Hosts Top Epidemiologists, Authors of the Great Barrington Declaration

From October 1-4, 2020, the American Institute for Economic Research hosted a remarkable meeting of top epidemiologists, economists, and journalists, to discuss the global emergency created by the unprecedented use of state compulsion in the management of the Covid-19 pandemic. The result is The Great Barrington Declaration, which urges a “Focused Protection” strategy.

Community Center Virtual 50+ Calendar – October 2020

Even though the Community Centers remain closed, the county is still trying to come up with fun and entertaining things to keep...

Cream of Crab Soup

Oh man! We really love, love, love eating crab here at home. Here’s one that always pleases family and friends. Try it and let us know what you think!