Sunday, January 16, 2022

3 things to know about off-label medication use

1. Any medical doctor is free to prescribe any medicine for any purpose.

The label restrictions are for drug manufacturers on what they can advertise a drug is used for. If a physician finds other uses for medications, they are free to exercise their professional judgment and use what works to treat the conditions of their patients.

2. Medicines are already prescribed off-label 20-30 percent of the time.

50 percent of cardiac patients are on medications off-label.

3. The constant hammering by public health officials and the media of off-label use is part of a larger effort to condition patients and physicians to only following guidelines and not having the freedom to practice medicine and exercise judgment in medical treatment.

Every attack on freedom and creativity is one more step toward increasing control of medical professionals and the patients they serve.

Sunday, November 7, 2021

9 Questions about COVID injections

The injections for the coronavirus were put together very fast, and given only emergency approval under very limited trials. No one needs anything more than a calendar to know there have been no long-term studies of these drugs. 

Why did they change the definition of vaccine so they can call it a vaccine?

There’s a lot that time is telling and not telling. It’s showing to only last about as long as the initial abbreviated trials. 

Why do the manufacturers still have legal immunity for side effects? 

Why is there still not data released from the emergency approval processes? 

Saturday, August 21, 2021

3 reasons to seek the Lord about the FDA

The Food and Drug Administration is the Executive Branch agency responsible for ensuring the safety of food and drugs in the United States, including vaccines.

1. Drug approval. The FDA is expected to announce injection approval on Monday. We don't need anything more than a calendar to know we have no long-term studies (5 years or more) on drugs that have only been out for a year. An expanded number of people given these drugs during emergency use does not expand the view over time of how these drugs perform. Formal approval of a drug, however, does expand the potential authority over how much that drug is used, including allowing employers, such as school boards and many others, to require them. Last year, people had to stay home from work temporarily. This year, people may be told they can not return to work at all, and it's not even over the virus itself anymore. In the name of preventing “interference with interstate commerce,” some are encouraging the Biden administration and Congress to override governors on masks. How hard would it be to extend that to vaccines?

2. Leadership. The FDA does not currently have a formal, Senate-approved leader. The acting leader is not under consideration for the position. The name being floated for that position now is none other than Ezekiel Emanuel, architect of the Affordable Care Act and advocate of lifetime limits of 75 years and vaccine mandates. This would not be good.

3. Abortion. During the lockdowns, the FDA temporarily approved abortion-by-mail. Now Members of Congress want the agency to make that approval permanent.

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

A world without ACA is nothing to fear

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in California v. Texas. This is the second major case over the 2010 Affordable Care Act. The first case was in 2012, NFIB v. Sebelius(Repeated words in the oral argument transcript are removed in quotes here for readability.)

Chief Justice Roberts began his second questioning of counsel, “Mr. Verrilli, eight years ago, those defending the mandate emphasized that it was the key to the whole Act. Everything turned on getting money from people forced to buy insurance to cover all the other shortfalls in the expansion of healthcare. And the briefs here on the other side go over all that. But now the representation is that, oh, no, everything's fine without it. Why the bait and switch? Was Congress wrong when it said that the mandate was the key to the whole thing, that we spent all that time talking about broccoli for nothing?”

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Health-Related Congressional Committee Meetings


Tuesday — September 15, 2020

The Health, Economic, and Political Challenges Facing Latin America and the Caribbean

Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Civilian Security and Trade (Committee on Foreign Affairs)


Wednesday — September 16, 2020

Modernizing VAs Medical Supply Chain: Lessons Learned from the Pandemic

Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations (Committee on Veterans' Affairs)



Wednesday, September 16, 2020


Subcommittee on Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies

Hearings to examine the Department of Health and Human ServicesCoronavirus response, focusing on a review of efforts to date and next steps.

Monday, September 7, 2020

August 31 - September 7, 2020

@AlietaEck: New CDC report shows 94% of COVID-19 deaths in US had contributing conditions[…]

CCHFreedom: Fake Flu Deaths — Fake COVID Deaths[…]

@Reuters: Hong Kong health workers, activists urge boycott of mass testing[…]

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Health-Related Congressional Committee Meetings


Wednesday — September 9, 2020

The Impact of the COVID-19 — Crisis on University Research
Subcommittee on Research and Technology (Committee on Science, Space, and Technology)

Amtraks Response to COVID-19
Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials (Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure)


Friday — September 11, 2020

Biological research at the Department of Energy: Leveraging DOEs unique capabilities to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic
Subcommittee on Energy (Committee on Science, Space, and Technology)



Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
Hearings to examine vaccines, focusing on saving lives, ensuring confidence, and protecting public health.

Monday, August 31, 2020

August 24-28, 2020

CCHFreedom: Thank You for Contacting the IRS[…]

@charliespiering: TRUMP: “Big pharma, they call it, for a reason. There’s nobody that gives to politicians more money than Big Pharma." — […]

@MacaesBruno: Europe looking awful right now. Danger we will soon overcome the US in daily cases[…]

CCHFreedom: Resist Tyranny or Give Up Freedom?[…]

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