Sniffing your partners’ farts could help ward off disease

By Andrea Downey, The Sun Picture this, you’re snuggled in bed on a Saturday morning and your partner lets one rip. The last thing you want to do is smell it, but it turns out sniffing farts has secret health benefits. And it’s all to do with a specific gas that is released when you pop off. Hydrogen sulfide, the gas that gives flatulence its repulsive smell, can help reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke, cancer and help stave off dementia, research suggests. When we are sick our cells create their own hydrogen sulfide which helps keep the mitochondria … Continue reading Sniffing your partners’ farts could help ward off disease

IF THE COVID VACCINE INJURES YOU, YOU CAN’T SUE ANYONE—PROBABLY NOT EVEN THE GOV’T

Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project Waking Times As TFTP reported this week, in a historical move, marking the fastest ever approved vaccine in history, it took the US government less time to approve a COVID-19 vaccine than it did for them to approve $600 checks for starving Americans. Naturally, this has fueled public mistrust as by the very definition of “long-term” studies, absolutely no long-term studies were conducted in regard to the vaccine. Adding to this mistrust is the fact that if you are harmed by the COVID-19 vaccine, Pfizer and Moderna have total immunity from liability and you will have no … Continue reading IF THE COVID VACCINE INJURES YOU, YOU CAN’T SUE ANYONE—PROBABLY NOT EVEN THE GOV’T

How ‘Irreversible Damage’ Is Impacting a Generation of Girls

Posted by Soren DreierAuthor: ET Abigail Shrier includes in all her interviews something that no one else seems to say: Today’s trans activists don’t seem to represent the transgender adult population at all. Activists are by definition on the extreme side of issues, but in just the past few years, trans activists’ narratives have taken over any and all discussion, and the result has been costly. In hundreds of cases, the result has been irreversible damage done to a growing population of teenage girls, as Shrier explores in her recent book, “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters.” After writing … Continue reading How ‘Irreversible Damage’ Is Impacting a Generation of Girls

People Are Dying After Joining a ‘Pro-Choice’ Suicide Forum. How Much Is the Site to Blame?

Loss survivors are demanding an end to the site, and provoking a conversation about how little we know about the internet and suicide risk. By Shayla Love Junior loved the weather: how to forecast rain or snow, the variations of atmospheric pressure, measuring wind, humidity, and temperature. He could watch the Weather Channel for hours. On a trip to New York with his mother Kelli Wilson in his early teens, they visited NBC Studios, where Junior stood in front of a green screen, where a meteorologist might stand, gesturing to a forthcoming or receding storm. The night before Junior died, on … Continue reading People Are Dying After Joining a ‘Pro-Choice’ Suicide Forum. How Much Is the Site to Blame?

Street Photography Is Not a Crime. Let’s Keep it That Way.

The New York Daily News recently published an opinion piece by a writer named Jean Son titled “When your photograph harms me: New York should look to curb unconsensual photography of women” and I would like to address it here.  by BRANDON BALLWEG The premise of Jean Son’s article is that any photographing of women in public places constitutes “gender-based violence”, which I find hyperbolic and irresponsible. The author says that “there’s only been a few times in my life when New York let me down, and they all happened in broad daylight in some of our most recognizable public places.” Wow. Something … Continue reading Street Photography Is Not a Crime. Let’s Keep it That Way.

How Covid-19 Death Counts Morphed Into a Conspiracy Theory

With unfounded claims, the president has been feeding into the swirling political doubts that surround the pandemic. BY VICTORIA KNIGHT & JULIE APPLEBY, KHN IN THE WANING DAYS of the campaign, President Donald Trump complained repeatedly about how the United States tracks the number of people who have died from Covid-19, claiming, “This country and its reporting systems are just not doing it right.” He went on to blame those reporting systems for inflating the number of deaths, pointing a finger at medical professionals, who he said benefit financially. All that feeds into the swirling political doubts that surround the pandemic, and raises questions about how … Continue reading How Covid-19 Death Counts Morphed Into a Conspiracy Theory

MONEY SPENT BY BOTH PARTIES IN 2020 ELECTION COULD’VE NEARLY ENDED HOMELESSNESS IN US

by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project Waking Times Because Donald Trump and Joe Biden are the antitheses of what the supposed “leader of the free world” should look like, they had to spend billions of dollars to convince people to vote for them. As a result of running who could be considered the two worst candidates in US history against each other, the total cost of the 2020 election nearly reached a historic $14 billion. Running a child sniffer against a p***y grabber resulted in the most expensive election ever. To put it into perspective, in 2016, those terrible candidates … Continue reading MONEY SPENT BY BOTH PARTIES IN 2020 ELECTION COULD’VE NEARLY ENDED HOMELESSNESS IN US

JP MORGAN ADMITS THAT MORE ECONOMIC DISASTER & MORE LOCKDOWNS WILL BE GREAT FOR STOCKS

The Free Thought Project, Guest Waking Times After reading months of ridiculously goalseeked Wall Street commentary, where first a Trump victory was the best outcome for stocks (at a time when Trump was seen as a favorite to win), then a Biden victory becoming the best-case outcome for risk assets (this predictably emerged around the time Biden took a lead in the polls), then a Blue Wave emerging as the most bullish outcome (around the time a Democratic sweep became the most likely outcome according to polls), and then following a brief detour when Wall Street briefly freaked out about Congressional … Continue reading JP MORGAN ADMITS THAT MORE ECONOMIC DISASTER & MORE LOCKDOWNS WILL BE GREAT FOR STOCKS

Another Election, Another Round of Poll Bashing. Is That Fair?

Forecasts once again substantially underestimated the extent of support for Trump. But does that mean they failed? BY MICHAEL SCHULSON FOUR YEARS AGO, polls indicated that then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton would handily beat her Republican opponent, Donald J. Trump. Based on those polls, one prominent election forecaster, Princeton University neuroscience professor Sam Wang, even called the race for Clinton several weeks before Election Day, promising to eat an insect if he was wrong. Wang ate a cricket on CNN, and in May of 2017, a committee at the American Association for Public Opinion Research, or AAPOR, released a post-mortem of the polls’ performance. The report … Continue reading Another Election, Another Round of Poll Bashing. Is That Fair?

TRUMP IS THE FATHER-IN-LAW FROM HELL

Turns out he hated Jared all along — and only wanted him to fail Miles Klee  After four years of Donald Trump in the White House, we still have many questions. Does the president really employ a small army of body doubles for the First Lady? How many times does he have to flush after he takes a shit? And so on. One thing that’s always seemed clear, however, is his contempt for his adult sons, Eric and especially Don Jr., which is counterbalanced by a creepy, incestual affection for one daughter, Ivanka and an apparent estrangement from the other, Tiffany. In aggregate, he’s … Continue reading TRUMP IS THE FATHER-IN-LAW FROM HELL