Monthly Archives: December 2022

Pediatric influenza mortality, both pandemic and seasonal influenza, during the past ~ decade, often significantly exceeded pediatric covid-19 mortality per annum in 2020, and 2021

Active links: *Adjusted for CDC 35% over counting of covid-19 pediatric deaths by death certificate review https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7014e2.htm?s_cid=mm7014e2_x, i.e., “COVID-19 with no plausible chain of event or significant contributing condition”, =35.2%.; Covid-19 mortality (through 10/5/22); Past seasonal flu burdens “Estimating the … Continue reading

BREAKING: UConn-Storrs FOI request confirms that ZERO students have been hospitalized because of Covid-19 lower respiratory tract infection throughout pandemic!

See Freedom of Information request here: UConn FOI req pdf highlighted From: Philippi, Megan <megan.philippi@uconn.edu> Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2022 10:54 AM To: abostom@cox.net Subject: Request Re: Students hospitalized for covid-19 lower respiratory tract infection, vs. those hospitalized for a … Continue reading

Bivalent mRNA covid vaccine boosters are CURRENTLY A MERE 30% “EFFECTIVE” at preventing new SARS-CoV-2 infection within ~3-months: 51K observational study of Cleveland Clinic employees followed 9/12/22 to 12/12/22

—See methods in full paper, summarized in the abstract below — Key subject characteristics and results tabulated below —*Note: of the 2452 infected/re-infected with SARS-CoV-2 during the study, it is possible NONE were hospitalized due to their infection, regardless of … Continue reading

As of September-October, 2022, > 90% of U.S. Children (0-17 Years Old) Had Been Infected by SARS-CoV-2: CDC Natural Infection (Anti-Nucleocapsid) Antibody Seroprevalence Data From National Sample of ~14.2K

CDC Data link. Published study design and assay methods.

RSV Accounted for 90% of Rhode Island Pediatric “Tripledemic” Hospitalizations in October and November

Already by the last week of October, 2022 (here; here; here), continuing through November (here), and early December (here; here), local Rhode Island media were amplifying RI clinician and public health official warnings about a pediatric respiratory illness “tripledemic.” The … Continue reading

Challenging the “Rationale” for UConn’s Covid-19 Vaccine Booster Mandate [with Audio]

This past March 30, 2022, the Connecticut State Colleges and University (CSCU) System, which comprises Connecticut’s 17 public colleges and universities, apart from the University of Connecticut (UConn), proclaimed, regarding covid-19 vaccination, “Vaccines are no longer mandated for students or employees … Continue reading

Freedom of Information request filed at UConn for “[s]imple, deidentified raw number tallies comparing students hospitalized for covid-19 lower respiratory tract infection, vs. those hospitalized for a serious adverse event after covid-19 vaccination”

Link to pdf of request: UConn FOI req pdf highlighted

“Decency” Denseness—Educating Rhode Island’s James Woods, and other conservatives, about Joseph Welch, Joseph McCarthy, and Frederick Fisher

Friday night, December 2, 2022, Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk released emails demonstrating the company’s prior explicit collusion with Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story. Musk chose reporter Matt Taibbi to disseminate these emails … Continue reading

Link to full pdf of M. Stanton Evans, “On Not Having Any Decency,” chapter 42 of his magnum opus, “Blacklisted By History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy”

Link to full pdf of M. Stanton Evans, “On Not Having Any Decency,” chapter 42 of his magnum opus, “Blacklisted By History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy” Evans chap 42 OnNotHavingAnyDecency

New York Times 4/16/1954 story on U.S. Army counsel Joseph Welch’s outing of Frederick G. Fisher as a member of the Communist front National Lawyer’s Guild, & Welch’s relieving Fisher of duty as his assistant counsel

Link to full pdf of NY Times story: Welch Fired Fisher Before ArmyMcCarthy Hearings_nyt_4.16.1954 Highlights of 4/16/1954 NY Times story featuring Fisher’s photograph,  and demonstrating how Army counsel Welch both outed Fisher, while relieving Fisher of duty as his assistant … Continue reading