Ahead of the Curve

May 8, 2020 Updated: May 8, 2020

Ahead of the Curve

I am grateful that I found your newspaper about one year ago. I can’t remember where I saw the ad for it, but I’m glad I tried it. I was looking at some old issues (from January 2020) and saw where you were already sending out the alarm about coronavirus, way before anyone in government took it seriously. I appreciate the insightful, objective way you cover the news.

Keep up the good work, and I am doing my best to get the word out about your newspaper.

Sincerely,

James Blair

‘Greedy Harvard Signals Higher Education Must Change After Pandemic’ and ‘Vaccine Needed as Schiff-Nadler Investigation Disease Returns’

To the Editor:

Hats off to Roger Simon for two great articles in the paper. As a true defense trial lawyer with 46+ years service and 200+ jury trials to verdict, Roger appears to be in the same mold as many well-educated, hardworking, conservative Americans. During my career early on, the intelligent blue bloods still were able to effectively practice law and never lost sight of what they were trying to accomplish. That changed about 10 years after Vietnam, and, Roger will be happy to know, the Ivy League diminished and the blue-collar league took over and rules today because of the failure of teachers to teach the law but extoll social justice. History has been avoided. A resurgence of the Ivy League will only occur when the schools return to their true roots. During my career, I hired the hungry, blue-collar kids and built a strong, principled law firm that made a serious contribution to justice and the true American Way. Bravo to Roger’s articles. Keep him going.

P.S. I agree 10,000% Schiff and Nadler have a pretty good idea that they will be exposed and are trying to reduce, diffuse, and defend against what’s coming, to no avail. Justice, although slow, will prevail.

Harry Tipping Fairlawn

Ohio

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Wuhan CCP Virus Origins Documentary

I am a medical toxicology fellow in Southern California and have watched the documentary “Tracking Down the Origin of Wuhan Coronavirus” several times, and each time I get a new perspective.

To date, no other news media has done as well as The Epoch Times to bring into focus exactly what happened in Wuhan. Perhaps FOX News and the Australians have come close.

As a health care professional, I have read many of the scientific journal articles to see for myself the very details brought up in the documentary. Very mind-boggling.

I now wonder what has happened to the key players in that Wuhan lab, like Shi Zhengli, the “bat woman” and her lab associates. I have looked over the Wuhan lab website and see that many U.S. scientists had visited the lab. From what research your team has done, have Drs. Fauci, Birx, Redfield ever visited this lab?

I have great interest in this story and look forward to any follow-up stories you’re now doing. As a new subscriber, I enjoy your weekly paper.

Best regards,

Dr. Mike Bennett

 

Help Poor Countries to Promote Freedom of the Press

It is important to help developing countries to achieve freedom of the press, which is basically the principle that communication and expression through various media, including printed and electronic media should be considered a right to be exercised freely. We should all defend the media from all attacks for independence, particularly in developing countries. When the media is given a platform to be independent, impartial, and honest, then there will be greater trust and confidence in the media. Some poor countries are still lagging behind in implementing freedom of press. These countries should be effectively assisted to build, promote, and nurture environments where freedom of press can thrive.

Handsen Chikowore

United Kingdom

 

New Subscriber

We were recently made aware of your publication from a friend. At a time when news that’s being reported is so obviously biased, it’s refreshing to get information without ulterior motives. Upon receiving news, people need to decide for themselves their interpretation. I find your articles informative without trying to sway the reader one way or the other. We look forward to future publications.

Steve Salcedo

California

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