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  • Beware Those Hysterical Historians

    01/20/2021 4:05:55 AM PST · by Kaslin · 23 replies ^ | January 20, 2021 | Tim Graham
    Liberals love to insist they're on the "right side of history," and their confidence crests in the liberal dominance among historians. Just as the liberal media dominate our evaluation of day-to-day developments, liberals count on their historians to dominate our evaluation of the decades behind us. It's not just historians but our taxpayer-funded storytellers, like the insufferable PBS documentarian Ken Burns. On the day before President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, NPR's "Morning Edition" presented him as an American treasure with no partisan bias. So, skip over the propaganda film on Ted Kennedy he made for the 2008 Democratic National Convention, which...
  • Medical board suspends license of doc, asks for psych evaluation for prescribing ivermectin and hcq for COVID and for public dissent from orthodoxy

    01/17/2022 4:25:05 AM PST · by MtnClimber · 19 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 17 Jan, 2022 | Thomas Lifson
    Shades of the darkest days of the Stalinist Soviet Union, where dissent from the lethal incorrect pseudo-scientific doctrines of Lysenkoism could result in imprisonment in a psychiatric hospital! Shades of the darkest days of the Stalinist Soviet Union, where dissent from the lethal incorrect pseudo-scientific doctrines of Lysenkoism could result in imprisonment in a psychiatric hospital! Julia Marnin reports in the Miami Herald: A doctor with decades of experience can’t practice medicine after her license was temporarily suspended over complaints that she shared coronavirus misinformation, according to a Maine licensing board. The board has ordered her to undergo a neuropsychological...
  • Doctor forced to undergo psych exam after losing license for COVID 'misinformation'

    01/15/2022 6:38:47 PM PST · by Jan_Sobieski · 29 replies
    WND ^ | 01/14/2022 | Art Moore
    A Maine medical licensing board has temporarily suspended the license of a veteran physician for allegedly spreading "misinformation" about COVID-19 as it conducts a 30-day investigation that will require her to undergo a psychological examination.Dr. Meryl Nass, who been a board-licensed internal physician for more than 40 years, was the subject of two complaints based, among other things, on her statements that the vaccines have serious safety issues and are ineffective at stopping infection and transmission of the virus. She called the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention a "criminal agency," pointing out that federal health officials have suppressed the...
  • Maine Doctor Loses License, Ordered to Undergo Psych Evaluation for Treating Covid Patients with Ivermectin, ‘Spreading Covid Misinformation’

    01/15/2022 9:13:55 PM PST · by E. Pluribus Unum · 110 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | January 15, 2022 at 7:26pm | Cristina Laila
    Dr. Meryl Nass, a Maine doctor with more than 40 years experience cannot practice after her medical license was suspended for ‘spreading Covid misinformation’ and treating Covid patients with Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine. Dr. Meryl Nass was also ordered to undergo a neuropsychological evaluation. “The information received by the Board demonstrates that Dr. Nass is or may be unable to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety to her patients by reason of mental illness, alcohol intemperance, excessive use of drugs, narcotics, or as a result of a mental or physical condition interfering with the competent practice of medicine,” the evaluation...
  • It's Not Over: Maine Health Workers Latest to Take Vaccine Mandate to Supreme Court

    01/14/2022 9:10:58 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 1 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | 01/14/2022 | Alice Giordano
    Maine health care workers opposed to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate are hoping the U.S. Supreme Court will take the same position a Texas federal court recently took on the Department of Defense’s obligation to approve religious exemptions for active duty veterans.In a brief filed on Jan. 11 on behalf of 2,000 health workers in the Pine Tree state, the national civil liberties organization Liberty Counsel argued that it is discriminatory for hospitals to grant medical exemptions, but not religious ones, to health care workers opposed to taking the COVID jab. “The folks that are getting medical exemptions comparably pose the...
  • Robert Malone's doctor had her license to practice medicine suspended

    01/13/2022 9:34:43 PM PST · by ransomnote · 51 replies ^ | 1/13/2022 | Steve Kirsch
    ransomnote: This is why so many of the nations doctors are not warning their patients about the 'vax'.Dr. Meryl Nass, is no longer able to practice medicine. Her license was suspended for spreading COVID misinformation. This is ridiculous.Steve Kirsch9 hr ago Update 1/13/22Meryl has posted her side of the story here. It’s worth a read so you can see how corrupt the system is. Their accusations are outrageous and she’s courageous.They are trying to silence Meryl Nass because they don’t like people who refuse to blindly follow CDC guidanceMeryl Nass, who is a member of our team of scientists focused...
  • Biden: We'll Follow IS to the Gates of Hell

    09/04/2014 3:21:28 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 50 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 4/9/14 | Ben Ariel
    U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday issued a sharp warning to the Islamic State group, saying after the United States is done grieving the death of two American journalists, their killers will have to answer for their actions. "They should know we will follow them to the gates of hell until they are brought to justice," he forcefully told an audience at an event on the New Hampshire-Maine border, according to CNN. "Because hell is where they will reside. Hell is where they will reside." Biden opened his remarks in memory of Steven Sotloff, the journalist who was beheaded...
  • Maine governor cites rising costs in veto of farmer unionization bill

    01/08/2022 8:32:29 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 13 replies
    The hill ^ | 01/08/2022 | Chole Folmar
    Maine Gov. Janet Mills (D) on Friday vetoed a bill that would have allowed farmers in the state to unionize, the Portland Press Herald reported. The proposal called for agriculture workers to be able to organize and bargain for wages, hours and working conditions.
  • Portland City Council meets to discuss ending state of emergency

    01/03/2022 3:28:14 PM PST · by Steven Scharf · 20 replies
    New Center Maine Channel 6 ^ | January 3, 2022 |
    Portland [Maine] City Council meets to discuss ending state of emergency Councilors are expected to weigh in on two major issues, an increase in wages for in-person workers to $19.50 per hour and a proposed indoor mask mandate. Author: Published: 5:32 PM EST January 3, 2022 Updated: 5:32 PM EST January 3, 2022
  • Sen. Collins open to negotiating overhaul of child tax credit set to expire

    12/21/2021 7:51:01 PM PST · by RandFan · 12 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12/21/21 07:53 PM EST | BY JOSEPH CHOI -
    Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said on Tuesday she is open to discussing proposals to overhaul an expanded child tax credit included in President Biden's American Rescue Plan that is set to expire in the next few days. “I am open to proposals that would support working families and reduce childhood poverty and look forward to working with colleagues of both parties on bipartisan solutions,” Collins said in a statement to the Bangor Daily News. If the expanded child tax credit is allowed to expire, monthly payments will end for the families of about 60 million children. The Daily News noted...
  • Coca-Cola, Sprite, Minute Maid recalled over potential presence of metal pieces

    12/13/2021 2:28:03 PM PST · by devane617 · 23 replies
    mypanhandle ^ | 12/13/2021
    Have Coke, Sprite or Minute Maid in your refrigerator? You may want to check the labels after a pair of recalls from Coca-Cola. The products were the subject of a voluntary recall because they could contain foreign objects such as metal bolts or washers, according to Food Safety News. The Minute Maid drinks were available in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Maine and New Jersey, according to the Food and Drug Administration. The Minute Maid recall involves the following flavors: Berry Punch – Date codes: Jan0422 NP and Jan0522 NP, Batch 0010323455 and 0010259344 (recall F-0276-2022) Strawberry...
  • Supreme Court Says No Religious Exemption from Covid Vaccination for N.Y. Health Workers

    12/13/2021 2:53:38 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 48 replies ^ | December 13, 2021 | Jess Bravin
    WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court turned down emergency requests by New York healthcare workers for a religious exemption from state requirements to vaccinate against Covid-19. A federal appeals court in New York previously denied the workers’ requests. The court denied the requests in brief written orders. As is typical for such emergency actions, the majority didn’t explain its thinking. Three conservative justices—Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch—said they would have allowed the exemptions. In October, the court denied a similar application from Maine healthcare workers seeking exemption from their state’s vaccination requirements, which lower courts had rejected. The same three conservatives...
  • Major School Choice Case Comes to Supreme Court as Maine Families Fight for Religious Freedom

    12/08/2021 6:37:07 AM PST · by Texan4Life · 8 replies
    CBN News ^ | 12-06-2021 | Steve Warren
    On Wednesday, December 8th, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a potential landmark case challenging a Maine law that prohibits parents from using a state student-aid program if they choose to send their children to faith-based schools.
  • Report: Wisconsin, Michigan Among Eight Governor Races Shifting Toward Republicans

    12/03/2021 4:51:43 PM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 36 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 12/03/2021 | Ashley Oliver
    Republicans are seeing improved prospects in eight states’ gubernatorial contests next year, according to the Cook Political Report. The nonpartisan outlet, which analyzes elections and is often used as a resource among campaigns, updated its ratings for 11 gubernatorial races this week and moved eight in a favorable direction for Republicans, while shifting three toward Democrats.
  • Maine lawmaker resigns after wife’s COVID-19 death

    12/02/2021 1:13:06 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 76 replies
    WABI-TV (Maine) ^ | 1 December 2021 | WABI-TV (Maine)
    A state lawmaker who flouted mask requirements in the Maine State House and fought against pandemic restrictions has resigned from his seat because of his wife’s COVID-19 death. Republican Rep. Chris Johansen, of Monticello, told House Speaker Ryan Fecteau in a letter this month that he needs to tend to his family farm. His wife, he wrote, had been dedicated to the farm, freeing him to serve in the Legislature. He was one of seven lawmakers who was stripped of committee assignments for refusing to wear masks in the State House after leaders required them. Both he and his wife...
  • Dr. Francis Collins Spews Word Salad When Asked By Fox News Reporter About Case Numbers In Florida

    11/28/2021 2:57:52 PM PST · by george76 · 30 replies
    Townhall ^ | Nov 28, 2021 | Scott Morefield
    Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), uttered a lot of words on Sunday when asked by Fox News' Trace Gallagher about Florida's low Covid-19 numbers despite a lack of lockdowns or mandates. However, unfortunately for him and fortunately for those of us who want to see more people see through these clowns, none of those words had anything to do with answering the actual question. Introducing the topic while filling in for Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday," Gallagher brought up a chart showing vaccination rates and new case percentages in New York, Maine, Michigan,...
  • At Gov. Mills’ request, NECEC will suspend construction on power corridor project

    11/20/2021 8:24:01 AM PST · by Steven Scharf · 9 replies
    Portland Press Herald [Maine] ^ | Friday, November 19,2021 | Megan Gray
    Portland Press Herald At Gov. Mills’ request, NECEC will suspend construction on power corridor project BY MEGAN GRAY, STAFF WRITER Friday, November 19,2021 The developer of a $1 billion power transmission line through western Maine said Friday that it will temporarily suspend construction on the project while a legal challenge plays out in court. . . . [The Pull Quote] “This was not an easy decision,” [Thorn Dickinson, CEO and president of NECEC Transmission] said in a statement. “Suspending construction will require the layoff of more than 400 Mainers just as the holiday season begins. It will also require the...
  • Republicans Voted for Biden’s Infrastructure Bill After Securing Cash from Chamber of Commerce

    11/11/2021 10:17:12 AM PST · by MarvinStinson · 19 replies
    breitbart ^ | 10 Nov 2021 | JOHN BINDER10 Nov 2021
    A total of 32 House and Senate Republicans helped push Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure package over the finish line, most of whom have been showered with campaign cash from the leading lobbying group behind the bill — the US Chamber of Commerce. Lawmakers run for office, grabbing donations from interest groups, then, after their election, voting for legislation supported by those special interest groups despite their constituents’ opposition. The Chamber had been lobbying for Biden’s infrastructure bill, since the start of the year. By July, Open Secrets reported the Chamber had spent more than $12 million lobbying for the bill...
  • Supreme Court’s Baffling Maine Decision

    11/08/2021 7:05:23 PM PST · by marshmallow · 10 replies
    The National Catholic Register ^ | 11/2/21 | Andrea Picciotti-Bayer
    COMMENTARY: Given the court’s previous track record in defending religious freedom, we can at least hope that its Oct. 29 ruling isn’t the end of the story.The U.S. Supreme Court — normally sympathetic to people of faith — has uncharacteristically fallen short of its obligation to protect religious freedom. On Friday evening, a surprising six-justice majority declined a request to block a Maine rule that requires certain health-care employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 without any provision for religious exemptions. This past summer, Maine’s Democrat governor, Janet Mills, announced that the state would require certain health-care workers to be...

    11/08/2021 5:55:12 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 20 replies
    Powerline ^ | November 8,2021 | BY JOHN HINDERAKER
    administration has produced a clownish energy policy. It is simultaneously suppressing petroleum production in the U.S. and begging Saudi Arabia and Russia to produce more. This is idiotic, but Jennifer Granholm apparently thinks it’s funny. You might think the administration’s energy policies couldn’t possibly get worse. But now the New York Times reports: “Biden Administration Plans Wind Farms Along Nearly the Entire U.S. Coastline.” The Biden administration announced on Wednesday a plan to develop large-scale wind farms along nearly the entire coastline of the United States, the first long-term strategy from the government to produce electricity from offshore turbines. Speaking...