Monthly Archives: December 2021

How to cook and serve a dry cured country ham

A country ham can be hung up in your basement indefinitely before it isre-hydrated.  Pay no attention to any signs of mold, etc. To cook a dry-cured country ham from God’s ownCommonwealth, you first take it out of the net … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas, so to speak, as it were, sort of. Let’s hope. ULTIMATUM. Moscow has had enough. “Do they really think we do not see these threats [угроз]? Or do they think that we will just stand idly watching threats … Continue reading

Posted in Patrick Armstrong, Russia | 13 Comments

“CNN and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year”

CNN had a rough year in 2021 that was filled with embarrassing scandals, ratings woes and uncertainty over the struggling network’s future. “While CNN has long been plagued with liberal bias and is often accused of appearing to present news with an … Continue reading

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Shia orphan chorus singing “Silent Night in a Beirut church

“La chorale des orphelines de la Fondation de l’Imam Moussa al-Sadr venue chanter Noel à l’église Saint-Elie de Beyrouth en est la parfaite illustration. Ce spectacle, a priori anodin, peut représenter un exemple à suivre pour les autres pays, notamment … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Lebanon, Middle East, Religion | 23 Comments

“Why HCQ and Ivermectin were removed from India’s Covid-19 treatment protocol” – TTG

New Delhi, 26 September 2021 The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and the National Task Force on Covid-19 have dropped the use of Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) drugs from their revised guidelines for the treatment of the infection. The … Continue reading

Posted in Health Care, TTG | 54 Comments

O Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum – TTG

I can’t remember when I first spied a decorated cedar tree along a Stafford road. It’s been at least ten years that I’ve seen this tree, or maybe a similar nearby tree. I don’t know who decorates the trees. Maybe … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, TTG | 5 Comments

“Biden Admin Plans to Close Small Gaps in Border Wall.”

” … part of a broader Biden administration plan to wind down the Trump border wall construction effort, which was one of the most expensive federal infrastructure projects in American history. The work will be carried out in the U.S. … Continue reading

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“Pfizer Pill Becomes 1st US-Authorized Home COVID Treatment”

“The drug, Paxlovid, is a faster, cheaper way to treat early COVID-19 infections, though initial supplies will be extremely limited. All of the previously authorized drugs against the disease require an IV or an injection. An antiviral pill from Merck … Continue reading

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Despite Being Vaccinated, Blue States Hitting Highest Daily Covid Infection Ever

Joe Biden’s speech today regarding the Covid “crisis” was akin to the Captain of the sinking Titanic giving an upbeat speech to passengers and crew as the mighty ship broke apart and sank. Demented Joe’s insistence on getting jabbed is … Continue reading

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“A year on from the Brexit trade deal, the doom-mongers got it so wrong” Telegraph

“The ports would be plunged into chaos. Stranded lorries would turn Kent into a giant car park. The supermarkets would run out of food, the factories would run out of parts, and our export industries would be blown apart.  Only … Continue reading

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