ARE COVID VACCINES KILLING HEALTHY ADULTS?
Insurer says deaths for ages 18-64
up 40%, COVID-19 not to blame

Compared to pre-pandemic levels, deaths among people 18-64-year-olds are up by 40% — the highest ever recorded by the industry responsible for protecting against loss of life, reports Scott Davison, CEO of Indianapolis-based insurance company OneAmerica.

In a chilling admission, Davison says the increase has no connection to COVID-19 “vaccines”.

"What we saw just in third quarter, we’re seeing it continue into fourth quarter, is that death rates are up 40% over what they were pre-pandemic,” he said. “Just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three-sigma or a one-in-200-year catastrophe would be 10% increase over pre-pandemic. So 40% is just unheard of.” Read more.

BREAKING: North State Journal's Moore County edition debuts in January

“Until one is committed there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back ... A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in ones's favor all manner of incidents ... which no man would have believed would have come his way. Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it. Action has magic, grace, and power in it.”
William Hutchison Murray, Scottish mountain climber (1913-96)
Pilot's report on 'polarized'
public education earns an 'F'

By Steve Woodward

The (Southern Pines) Pilot’s beat writer Mary Kate Murphy seems to view public education in Moore County as a sailing vessel with a few leaks, readily plugged, that has encountered a tsunami of contempt by citizens, who are nothing more than rabid ideologues looking to pick fights and draw attention to themselves.

Her January 2, 2022, attempted magnum opus, “The Polarization of Public Education”, is a rambling compilation that reads as though the reporter is pouring out an embarrassing admission: county school board meetings confuse her. She doesn’t understand what all of the fighting is about. “What’s going on here”? Murphy writes.
As published, the work also is a poorly veiled effort to defend four entrenched board members and a feckless superintendent against numerous examples demonstrating that they have failed students, teachers, parents and other concerned taxpayers. The education universe is polarized, she contends by inference, because too many locals merely wish to echo a broader national conversation about issues (genuine issues, as it turns out) plaguing schools; because they focus too much attention on student aptitude test scores; because David Hensley (photo nearby), Philip Homes and Bob Levy were elected to the board, and because their supporters are mean spirited by nature. Read more.
North Carolina's election
process remains under siege
Two parallel developments launching along with the new year have the potential to liberate frustrated North Carolina voters, who have been subjected to moving targets by activist courts.

A trail began January 3 that likely will settle a debate as to whether or not North Carolina’s Congressional districts are invalid due to racially motivated “gerrymandering”. 

Lawyers for plaintiffs — enlisted by Democrat “sue until Blue” lawyer Marc Elias, among others — and leaders of the Republican-controlled General Assembly that approved maps in November have but three days to present evidence before a panel of state trial judges. 

Closing arguments are due this Thursday. The quick timetable is the result of the state Supreme Court, which last month ordered the judges to hear redistricting litigation and rule by Jan. 11 — after which appeals are expected. The Supreme Court justices delayed the March 8 primary until May 17 in the meantime. (Source: Associated Press). It is unclear to Republican legislators why Chief Justice Paul Newby allowed the vote to delay the primary. He did not need to, as Newby controls the agenda despite presiding over a 4-3 Democrat-dominated court. 

Meanwhile, North Carolina Rep. Dan Bishop (NC-09, photo nearby), who represents southern Moore County, in December filed a federal lawsuit to demand more transparency from the state Supreme Court and Court of Appeals judges whose votes this month prompted the state to push back the primary.

The complaint targets private court decisions, arguing private votes run counter to “a well-established tradition of public access to the votes of individual justices and judges in the decisions of these courts.”

In an interview by telephone on WEEB on January 3, host John Zumwalt asked Bishop how often the courts make major rulings without revealing how each justice voted. “It’s very unusual,” said Bishop, who anticipates a preliminary ruling on his suit by late February. Not only are the primaries delayed, but Bishop further notes that “it is totally extraordinary to take this (added) step to stop candidates from filing (to enter primary races).

Even the Left leaning Charlotte Observer agrees with Bishop, noting an editorial that “the premise behind the lawsuit is correct: consequential court decisions demand transparency. 

“Not only is the public left wondering how each judge voted, it’s also not exactly clear why — the N.C. Supreme Court’s two-page ruling offers little by way of explanation. … Because the ruling itself doesn’t provide much legal justification, politicians who disagree with it have crafted their own narrative — and in doing so, they’ve suggested that voters have reason to mistrust or question the court’s authority. That undermines the public’s faith in judicial decisions, even the right ones.”:

The halt to candidate filing also has drawn the ire of North Carolina sheriffs and district attorneys. As reported by Carolina Journal on December 30, 2021, a court filing also supported by Superior Court clerks, requests that the Supreme Court “immediately institute a new two-week candidate filing period,” wrote attorney James Morgan.

The original candidate filing period had been scheduled from December 6-17. Hundreds of candidates had filed for office before the Supreme Court’s shutdown. The December 8 order indicated that candidates who already had filed for office would not have to refile. The order offered no timeline for reopening of filing for other potential candidates. Read more.
Left's compliant media in
frenzy as January 6 arrives

The New York Times:
'Every day is Jan. 6'
The Times continues to describe the events as "a deadly riot" despite the fact that the lone death was an unarmed San Diego woman shot in cold blood by a Capitol Police officer.

CNN: How do Dems leverage Jan. 6?
"The question has created notable divides among Democrats, with some, like Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO), arguing it would be a mistake to discount or downplay the insurrection. Many describe discussing the events of that day as a moral obligation."

Vox: How does this end?
"January 6, 2021, should have been a pivot point. ... Yet the GOP’s fever didn’t break that day. Large majorities of Republicans continue to believe the lie that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump, and elected Republicans around the country are acting on this conspiracy theory."

The Wall Street Journal:
"The Jan. 6 riot was a disgrace. ... The primary responsibility lies with (Donald Trump) who armed them with the false information."

Meanwhile, a new book, The Steal, refutes that assertion, that Trump was spreading falsehoods. "The Steal, reports The New Republic, "is a useful diagnostic tool. It cannot tell us precisely what happened in the attempt to overturn the 2020 election, but it presents several fascinating portraits of some individuals who joined the attempts."

Meanwhile, no interest from the corrupt media as to why an innocent women was beaten bloody by Capitol Police on Jan. 6. Read more.
Levy debuts as NSJ
columnist

By Robert Levy

Fascism has been lurking in the American psyche since its invention in the early part of the 20th century. Read more.
Abrams' New GA Project
is on NC's doorstep today

#VotersForever
Pay attention to well-funded organizations under our noses. Such as this one, described on its web site:

The New North Carolina Project is creating voters who show up at #EveryElectionEverytime. Join our email list and we'll keep you up-to-date on how we're going to reach 90% turnout for voters of color and young voters. Let's build a more equitable North Carolina that works for everyone.

YaKima Rhinehart, the project's
executive director is, according to the web site, "an experienced non-profit executive and strategist, an advocate and former lobbyist for higher education policy. She’s a leadership coach and former organizer for Elizabeth Warren. YaKima lives in Raleigh." 

Not mentioned is that she is a disciple of Stacey Abrams who led the voter registration scam that landed two Georgia Democrats in the U.S. Senate in 2021. Without this, no one would know very much about West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin. Read more.

How do we oppose this far Left agenda? Begin by reviewing PrecinctStrategy.com
Moore County's school
board meets this Monday
Knowing the Libby Carter Four will be under the gun to reinstate masking and quarantining due to the corporate media's fear mongering about "Omicron" (a variant that kills or sickens almost no one), we recommend board members -- and those who wish to act on well reasoned insight rather than a media-driven narrative -- read a just-posted column by Daniel Horowitz, Six important COVID data points that destroy the prevailing narrative. Read more.
Cooper hammered '21
GOP legislative goals

Sixteen reckless vetoes in '21

Roy Cooper stands alone among recent North Carolina governors as a veto fanatic. He has marginalized a GOP-dominated state legislature -- and, thus, the will of the people -- at every opportunity. And at a prolific rate compared to his predecessors.

To wit, among legislation Cooper sidelined in 2021:

  • A repeal of a Jim Crow-era pistol permit requirement
  • Setting Election Day as the firm deadline to accept absentee ballots
  • Protect right to conceal-carry in places of worship
  • Prohibit Critical Race theory in school curricula
  • A law to support and expand charter schools
  • A law to increase penalties for looting and rioting

Most egregious by far was Cooper's veto of a bill intended to stop private money from impacting local elections. He was the focus of a Wall Street Journal op-ed pointing out that 33 North Carolina counties and the State Board of Elections received $7.5 million from sources including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, funds known as "Zuckerbucks". The funds were made available under the guise of helping to insure safe elections amid Wuhan virus hysteria. "For counties that provided itemized reports, less than 20% was spent on health-related expenses ... the rest mainly went to poll worker salaries and bonuses and voter information drives," the authors reveal. Read more. In a January 4 lead editorial, the Journal condemned Cooper for blaming Republican legislators for his veto because, he claims, they are not "properly funding election boards." Read more.
Moore GOP launches
poll watcher outreach

Did you know you and your neighbors can help ensure voter integrity in the 2022 Elections and be paid to do it? Do you know what happens if Republicans do not maintain a significant presence at the polls? It's not a happy ending.
 
Thus, the Moore County GOP is actively recruiting at least 52 people to serve as poll observers in 2022.

The ideal number would be 104 poll observers. These positions play a key role in ensuring voting integrity. 

Click here to sign up today. Please contact Carol Wheeldon for details. 910-295.6628. Email: cwheeldo2@gmail.com
Superintendent Truitt
proposes parent council

"I spoke about often on the campaign trail (of a) need for K-12 education leaders to see parents as consumers," said North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt.

Although you can find numerous school board members statewide who disagree, Truitt said, "The parent is the best person to decide what's right for their child's education." Read more.
Upcoming
Candidates, Elected officials,
Precinct chairs
Election Integrity Seminar
Presented by
Moore County Republican Party
and
NC Fair & Honest Elections
Plus:
How to become a poll watcher
Saturday, January 8, 2022
8:30 am - Noon
Moore Co. GOP Headquarters
Olmsted Village, Pinehurst
RSVP: Contact Bill Demastus
910-585-4449
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January Brunch
Wednesday, January 5, 2022
NEW VENUE
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9:45 registration
10:30 program
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Men's Club
January Luncheon
Thursday, January 20, 2022
NEW VENUE
The Lighthouse at Little River
11:30 registration
12 noon program
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Defeat The Mandates:
An American Homecoming

An Epic March
January 23, 2022
Washington, D.C.
11:30 am
From the Washington Monument
To the steps of the Lincoln Memorial

  • Prominent doctors, journalists

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Quotable

"When you get vaccinated, you not only protect your own health, that of the family, but also you contribute to the community health by preventing the spread of the virus throughout the community. And in other words, you become a dead end to the virus.”
Dr. Anthony Fauci, May 16, 2021, appearing on Face The Nation. His directive is not aging well.

"To pursue rational (Wuhan virus) policy would evidence no fealty to the notion of government-as-protective-god. To pursue irrational policy and then demand obeisance -- this is the mark of the faithful. And if you are not faithful, you are a heretic."
Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of DailyWire.com, in a December 29, 2021, op-ed in North State Journal
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Unmasking tyranny
Berenson's Unreported Truths:
Vaccines proving ineffective
Even at the peak of their protection earlier in 2021, Covid vaccines barely reduced the risk of hospitalizations in vaccinated people who had “breakthrough” infections, new data show, Alex Berenson (photo nearby) reports.

Vaccinated people in a study published December 28 had a nearly 1 in 200 chance of of requiring hospitalization for Covid in the first six months after being “fully vaccinated.” Read more.

95.78%

Fully vaccinated among 4,206 Germans infected with Omicron for whom their vaccination status was known as of the week of December 26. 

Cloth masks do not protect
wearers from airborne virus

A former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner, said January 2 that scientists understand the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, which causes COVID-19, transmits via airborne particles. Cloth face coverings are not very effective at stopping those particles, Scott Gottlieb said in a CBS interview. Read more.

Can't make it up ...

Vax 'papers' required to
enter Holocaust Museum

To ensure Illinois Holocaust Museum is as safe as possible for visitors, volunteers, and staff, the Museum will require all guests ages 5+ to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to enter the building as of January 5, 2022. 
The JD and Maureen Show is making Democrat heads explode every Sunday
John Zumwalt and Maureen Krueger keep us focused on government overregulation and abuse during their WEEB Sunday 1 p.m. show, an hourlong discussion of local and statewide issues, some well known, others uncovered by the co-hosts.

If your golf tee times or Sunday brunch rituals conflict, fear not. Go to weeb990.com. Click on Podcasts on the lefthand navigation. Scroll to the John and Maureen Show. Click on the show you wish to hear. Click here. Photo: With legendary Lee Greenwood, August 16, 2021, Aberdeen, NC.