Medical science corruption could kill us and we’re surrounded by such – Pratt on Texas 7/26/2022

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Corruption of medical science “surges” on. From unfounded WuFlu hysteria to false claims about Monkeypox, to faked(?) Alzheimer’s research that has been relied upon for years by researchers the world over, Bob Zimmerman sounds the alarm bells that medical science is going the way of climate so-called science – it’s no longer about “truth” but about money.

Dr. Mary Bowden’s new $25 million lawsuit against Houston Methodist Hospital is all part of the same. The hospital seems to have punished her for simply treating WuFlu patients in a way that keeps most out of the hospital. Could money have anything to do with that?

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Economic news isn’t great in the Dallas Fed’s manufacturing, service, and retail sector reports.

Uvalde update: Robb Elementary principal suspended and school board delayed the meeting to consider firing the district police chief.

Rare good news out of the Texas House GOP Caucus.

And, other news of Texas.

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