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Bloomberg bought fifth place in Democrat race for $211,000,000. His plan is to import millions of foreigners and ditch Americans.

Michael Rubens Bloomberg has spent $211 million in self-promoting ads since November 24, including $866,000 for messages just on Saturday, Jan. 11. Pundits say the effort is paying off, and they point to the Real Clear Politics poll average that has him at fifth place in the race for Democrat Party nomination for President. The polls place him less than 2% behind the “Oracle of South Bend”, Peter Paul Montgomery […]

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Pegaspargase – an example of how we don’t control drug costs

Under Medicare Part B, America’s seniors are entitled to drugs administered in the hospital, but they are responsible for 20% of the cost. That sounds reasonable, and Medicare officials say they carefully scrutinize drugs before approval. But I have yet to discover a list of unapproved drugs. It appears that if the FDA says it can be sold, Medicare pays for it at list price. For a $50 drug, this […]

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Army-Navy Game gesture enraged “Where’s Waldo” watchers, even though Anti Defamation League once called it a mere hoax

The Army and Navy academies are looking into whether circle-hand symbols by cadets and midshipmen at a football game on Saturday were related to hate groups. Some three “signals” were spotted. There are 4,389 Army cadets and 4,526 Navy Midshipmen. The odds any single one of them was involved is nearly one in 3,000. That’s about the same odds as being drafted into the NBA, or six times the odds […]

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Whistle-blower relied on group funded by George Soros and our State Department, plus full text of his complaint for your review

Google, George Soros’s Open Society Foundations and two agencies of the State Department have financed an organization repeatedly referenced as the source in the whistle blower’s complaint that alleged Donald Trump was “using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country” in the 2020 presidential race.” The impeachment-launching account relied upon the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) to document: That Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuriy […]

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“Socialist” China speeds ever faster, while America ignores modern technology for economical high-speed travel

Americans are proud of Amtrak, and the only “high-speed” train operating in America – Acela, which zooms down the East Coast for 454 miles from Boston to Washington D.C. Well, not exactly “zooms.” The only “high-speed” section is 34 miles long. Acela’s average pace between New York City (NYC) and Boston is 65 miles per hour (mph). The Amtrak fare is $256 round trip and it takes 2 hours and […]

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When one of our Presidential candidates decides to apologize for being a “white” Jew, not a “black” Jew, America is in trouble

A quote from a current candidate for the United States Presidency: As I speak, I am going to ask the white Americans in the room to please repeat after me. On behalf of myself and on behalf of my country, to you and all African Americans, from the beginning of our nation’s history, in honor of your ancestors and on behalf of your children please hear this from my heart. […]

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The billionaires who own the media – Part 2

George Soros Besides their age – 89 – George Soros (born Schwartz György) and Warren Buffett, profiled here last week (see Part 1), have much in common: Both are billionaires. Both attempt to avoid publicity. Both have media empires. But, to borrow from the late JFK, Soros is no Warren Buffett. The lovable Buffett is described as the “Oracle of Omaha” and promises to will nearly all his wealth to […]

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The billionaires who own the media – Part 1

Warren Buffett BH Media Group serves communities in 10 states. We own and operate 30 daily newspapers along with their digital sites. BH Media also publishes 47 paid weekly newspapers and 32 other print products. If you ever wondered what billionaires do with their money, besides buying 600-foot yachts and $100 million NYC penthouses – think media and the power it offers to often otherwise shallow money-grubbers. A certain exception […]

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