Michele G. Mueller

Michele G. Mueller is a writer and business owner based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mueller has written news and opinion articles covering energy topics and public policy. She is active in volunteer organizations and citizen-action political groups in Las Vegas. Mueller and her architect husband own a small architectural firm and have managed business interests owned by a family trust. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English and Journalism from Douglass College (Rutgers University).
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YouTube Censors Data Scientists – Interview

All of this will come to light in the fullness of time unless we go into a complete police state or something like that. The truth has a way of coming out. If I were a leader,  I would at least want to have shown some balance.

Lockdowns Hurt Minorities, Low-Income Families: More Evidence

Evidence is mounting that government-imposed lockdowns failed to slow the spread of COVID-19 and have created their own pain and suffering.

NJ Under Fire for Failing to Protect Nursing Home Residents from COVID

“The directive issued by the state’s Department of Health “essentially forced [nursing homes] to take COVID-19 positive patients.” 

NJ Leads the Nation in COVID Nursing Home Deaths

As of April 1, 2021, data indicate there have been 124 deaths per 1,000 residents in New Jersey nursing homes. The median for the 50 states is 61.4 per 1,000 residents

Michele G. Mueller

Michele G. Mueller is a writer and business owner based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mueller has written news and opinion articles covering energy topics and public policy. She is active in volunteer organizations and citizen-action political groups in Las Vegas. Mueller and her architect husband own a small architectural firm and have managed business interests owned by a family trust. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English and Journalism from Douglass College (Rutgers University).

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YouTube Censors Data Scientists – Interview

All of this will come to light in the fullness of time unless we go into a complete police state or something like that. The truth has a way of coming out. If I were a leader,  I would at least want to have shown some balance.

Lockdowns Hurt Minorities, Low-Income Families: More Evidence

Evidence is mounting that government-imposed lockdowns failed to slow the spread of COVID-19 and have created their own pain and suffering.

NJ Under Fire for Failing to Protect Nursing Home Residents from COVID

“The directive issued by the state’s Department of Health “essentially forced [nursing homes] to take COVID-19 positive patients.” 

NJ Leads the Nation in COVID Nursing Home Deaths

As of April 1, 2021, data indicate there have been 124 deaths per 1,000 residents in New Jersey nursing homes. The median for the 50 states is 61.4 per 1,000 residents