U.S. news consumers are right to be skeptical in 2020, especially about ‘miraculous’ vaccines

U.S. news consumers are right to be skeptical in 2020, especially about ‘miraculous’ vaccines

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin “Truly striking.” “Tremendous.” “Extraordinary.” “Miraculous.” “A great day for science and humanity.” Those are just a few of the hyperbolic responses from government health officials and Big Pharma cheerleaders to preliminary COVID vaccine trial data released by Pfizer and Moderna this past week. If it all sounds too good […]

Value health and science; Beware the flu shot bullies

Value health and science; Beware the flu shot bullies

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin Dear skeptical Americans: You have every right and reason to be hesitant about rolling up your sleeves and submitting to flu vaccine jabs this year. The public health-industrial complex bureaucrats who have flip-flop-flipped on universal mask-wearing during this COVID-19 chaos are the same ones now pushing universal flu shots. […]

Consider this, ‘pandemic control freaks’: Mask mandates are a public health menace

Consider this, ‘pandemic control freaks’: Mask mandates are a public health menace

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin Jared Polis, the Democratic governor of Colorado, thinks those of us who oppose scientifically dubious, constitutionally suspect and dangerously overbroad face mask mandates are “selfish bastards.” I think Polis is a pandering pandemic control freak endangering public health, safety, and sanity. There. Now that the name-calling is out of […]

Hell no: Protect your family from fearmonger Fauci

Hell no: Protect your family from fearmonger Fauci

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin This Mother’s Day weekend, my family defied government pandemania. We drove out east from Colorado Springs to the tiny town of Calhan for a lovely little hike in the purple-and-gold-hued Paint Mines archeological district. Unmasked, we basked in the sunshine, fresh air and freedom. The park was teeming with […]

CDC: Centers for Damaged Credibility

CDC: Centers for Damaged Credibility

Special to WorldTribune.com By Michelle Malkin I think I’m where most sane people are on the coronavirus outbreak: —Concerned but not panicked. —Calm but not apathetic. —Taking reasonable precautions but remaining skeptical of what all the purportedly “best experts” here in the United States are telling us about every aspect of their belated crisis management […]

Why Japanese kids are destined for long, healthy lives

Why Japanese kids are destined for long, healthy lives

by WorldTribune Staff, March 12, 2019 The exercise habits and eating patterns of most Japanese children ensures they will live long and lead healthy lifestyles, an author said. Japan has exceptionally high rates (98.3 percent) of children walking or biking to school compared with other similar-income countries, which is obviously linked with Japan’s low levels of […]

Sleeping in on weekends may backfire for sleep-deprived

Sleeping in on weekends may backfire for sleep-deprived

by WorldTribune Staff, March 4, 2019 Those looking to catch up on sleep by getting some extra shut-eye on the weekend may be in for a rude awakening, researchers say. Weekday sleep loss had negative effects on people’s metabolism and “catch-up” sleep on the weekend did not reverse it, HealthDay News reported, citing a recent study published in the […]

Survey: Half of all doctors weigh quitting over dangerous insurance policies, red tape

Survey: Half of all doctors weigh quitting over dangerous insurance policies, red tape

by WorldTribune Staff, January 29, 2019 The current state of health insurance and regulations in the United States has physicians so stressed that nearly half are considering changing careers while two-thirds would recommend against pursuing a career in medicine, a study found. The Aimed Alliance also found that nearly nine in ten doctors believe barriers […]