Recommended by Charles Rixey
Tulsi Gabbard is one of the only politicians I trust - and it's not because I agree with all of her positions [I don't]. It's because she's the one thing we need most - A leader. *Who understands the value of America.
I only recommend people whose actions and purpose are truly worth sharing, and if that makes Walter Chesnut sound like others on my rec. list, Good. His contributions to our understanding of COVID's impact on our bodily systems are matched by his drive to get the truth out, to save lives. That's what it's all about.
If you like Science, but like Truth even more, then you probably don't work for the federal government. I highly recommend Meryl Nass's Substack in that instance. If you DO work for the gov., you should read her work simply because you might see her in hearings later.
The first article I ever read by the Ethical Skeptic had conclusions I disagreed with; from the start, however, it was clear that his integrity and priorities stood out amongst the crowd. As he fights against the suppression of data around COVID's true cost, he'll need as much support as he can get. I can't recommend his work enough.
A scientist in the trenches researching the origin of the pandemic virus. +sarcasm
Mathew Crawford is a mathematician who loves to teach - and his analysis of the pandemic, vaccines and [among other things] Bitcoin is making a difference. Someday, his evidence will be used to obtain justice for COVID's victims, and I count it an honor to know him.
Paul Thacker is an investigative journalist whose Pfizer whistleblower coverage made one of his articles the 2nd-highest Altmetric attention score of any article in any journal in modern history - out of more than 22 million. And he not done yet - so help support his efforts!