In case you missed them, this past year we put out some informative newsletters that received very high ratings and expressions of gratitude. So that they don’t totally fade away, here is a list of some of the best monographs in the 2023 newsletters, and a few worthwhile videos:

Individual articles:

New Original Music (January) (The Beaches of the World by Tim O’Shea)

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New Videos:


4. Vaccination Is Not Immunization, Final Edition 2023

For a synopsis of the book start with the Epilogue.

The 18th and final edition, this is the newest iteration of the classic vaccine textbook.

This book is a one-stop shopping introduction to the problems with vaccines, written for parents about to make the most important decision of the child’s life: whether or not to vaccinate.

It is not an anti-vaccine text. Better described as pro-science, the book is in favor of any vaccines that have been proven to be absolutely safe and effective by researchers wholly unconnected to the global vaccine monolith.

This 200 page book has over 360 references, drawn from mainstream medicine, science, and law. Parents, not the state, should have the right to decide whether or not to vaccinate their children. The documented facts stated in this book represent the minimum parents must know in order to make a truly informed decision.

If you have any reservations at all about the shots you’re about to give to your kids, read this first. Did you know that in the 1950s kids got only 3 vaccines? By the 1980s, the number was up to 20 vaccines.

In the 90s we were at 40 vaccines. Today in the post-COVID age, we are up to 84 vaccines given to our kids before age eighteen.

Why is that? Here is the rationale behind such an approach to mandated childhood vaccines – one which exists only in the US.

There is an entire section on the COVID Pageant.

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