Vermont to ban slavery!
What.. you thought they were the first state to do so? You thought that slavery was illegal in the US?
Nope, the 14th Amendment has a loophole: "except as a punishment for crime."
VT's Constitution does, too: for those "bound by law for the payment of debts, damages, fines, costs, or the like.”
A bill will close that loophole, but it will take about a year for all the approvals to amend their Constitution.
New Hampshire Independence
The United States have become so divided over the last decade. Republicans and Democrats are each living in their own echo chamber, disagreeing on basic principles, and having opposing ideas on which direction the country should go in. Libertarians just want the government to leave peaceful people alone so they can make their own decisions. Many people are now advocating for a p
The Rutland (VT, US) Emergency room is clogged up with asymptomatic folks with positive tests. Why? Because the US has refused to endorse, recommend, outline, or acknowledge that there are simple things you can do at home to accelerate the time it takes you to clear out the virus.
EARLY OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PROTOCOL: https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FLCCC-Alliance-I-MASKplus-Protocol-ENGLISH.pdf
We've been fed outrageous lies in the media about Ivermectin
New Mexico officials admit they were wrong, Mississippi corrected their figures, but the fake news persists.
Ivermectin remains one of the safest drugs ever, safer than aspirin or acetaminophen.
Concord, NH doesn't have to tell the public how they are spying on them!
<<The ACLU, which argued for disclosure, maintained the public has a right to know what the government is up to and how taxpayer dollars are being used.>>
Meanwhile, in the most vaccinated U.S.state (70.31%)...
<<Vermont reports 327 new Covid cases, bringing 7-day average to record high>>
<<Case rates are highest among children from 5 to 14 years old, but hospital stays for Covid are highest among people over the age of 70>>
<<A regional task force of DEA agents and Tucson police officers had boarded one of the cars to do a typical check for illegal money, weapons and drugs. It's a common occurrence at all transit hubs, Magnus said.>>
A month or so ago, I asked (reminded) my Facebook friends to HMU here as a backup plan... LOL
Ironic link of the day:
Title: "Running BGP in large-scale data centers - Facebook Engineering"
<<This site can’t be reached // engineering.fb.com’s DNS address could not be found. //Diagnosing the problem.
Senator Rand Paul warned in an interview that health officials are acting ‘hysterical’ when it comes to unvaccinated people.
Dump truck totals milk house, owner declines to ID driver to police.
SpaceX announces launch of first batch of laser-equipped Starlink satellites, which will improve latency and allow people to connect who aren't as close to a ground station.
You could potty-train your cows...or switch to regenerative agriculture and cycle the "waste" back into the environment like Mark Shepard and many other farmers do.
20210908: New Hampshire state vaccine registry hearing shut down due to protesters.
Three Vermont State Troopers
"allegedly involved in a scheme to create fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination cards"
<<Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has been awarded a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to increase prevention, recovery and treatment options for those struggling with substance misuse disorders in rural New Hampshire.>>
-- Quote from the Valley News, Aug 15, 2021
It would be great if they could spend some time checking out Ibogaine.
...now in NH
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