Ed Barnhart is the Jerry Garcia of archaeologists — a down-to-earth teacher who I found on Great Courses. After watching more than 50 of his lectures about the Mayans, Aztecs, Incas and other civilizations, I reached out to him and next thing you know, we were trading birth data.
The Woodstock Times group has settled two multimillion dollar libel cases against former Woodstock gallery owner Tai Burnette. The cases related to a 2016 advertisement by Burnett's former housekeeper, and a subsequent article that destroyed Burnett's deal to buy the historic Bearsville Theater.
Tonight we compare the "lab release theory" of the origins of the claimed virus, to the "there is no virus" theory. The lab release issue — ever present since spring 2020. There is no question about "gain of function" work. There is a question about whether something really got out of a lab.
Interview with the longtime editor of Mothering magazine. The conspiracy theory known as a timeline, part one.
My guest this week is an American treasure, Peggy O’Mara, who was the editor of Mothering magazine from 1980 through 2011. Through her work with Mothering, I consider her the founder of the modern vaccine awareness movement. What she wrote and published at the time seemed more like common sense than a potential source of controversy.