Harry Painter

Harry Painter (harry@harrypainter.com) writes from Oklahoma.
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Oklahoma Uses Power of the Purse to Stop Child Sex Transitions

“These are not simple cosmetic procedures that can be easily reversed in a few years. These surgeries are permanent, and there is no way to undo the damage done if someone regrets their decision.”

U.S. Life Expectancy Decreased by Three Years in the Past Two Years

According to estimates from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and a June preprint study, as well as other research on the topic, the average life expectancy for Americans has declined from 79 years in 2019 to about 76 in 2021.

Websites Track “Died Suddenly” Obituaries

“Since February, I've been tracking the reports of people ‘dying suddenly’ from all around the world—a task that's grown so huge that I now need the help of a whole team of researchers all over.”

Sudden Deaths Among Notables Raise Questions

"The corporate media goes out of its way to find explanations other than the COVID-19 injections, such as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, for unexpected, sudden deaths—even when the victim’s injection status is public knowledge."

New Studies Raise Questions about Drug Treatments for Depression

“Third-party payers tend to pay psychiatrists higher fees for brief, medication-focused visits, compared to the fees for psychotherapy sessions. Psychiatrists, like anyone else, tend to follow the money.”

Federal Appeals Court Rejects Becerra Rule on Forced Procedures

“We ordinarily let the medical profession come to conclusions about this and leave it up to the judgment of doctors; whereas, the HHS rule runs against very long tradition, like the Hippocratic Oath.”

Biden Administration Uses Executive Action to Dodge State Abortion Laws

“No state abortion law prohibits medical professionals from treating miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, or other life-threatening situations a pregnant woman may face."

Lawmakers Press for Drug Freedom for Patients, Doctors

“Guidance from federal agencies should not prevent doctors from treating their patients, yet that’s exactly what happened,” said Sen. Ron Johnson.

Public Schools Order Masking, Again

“The entire policy is political and not based on any legitimate scientific studies."

Community Health Care for Veterans Could Be Limited, Says VA Secretary

“Like the Canadian system, VA health care engages in rationing by waiting.”

Harry Painter

Harry Painter (harry@harrypainter.com) writes from Oklahoma.

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