CSense

CSense commented on LETTER: It’s not McCarthyism

Another poorly written comment devoid of any thought. Please move to Parler with all of your friends.

For the record I'm no fan of the Cheneys, but cowardice in my opinion is falling in with the safe party line. Credit where credit is due, she took an unpopular stand in her own party. She'll probably get primaried for it and risks losing her position. It takes some guts to step outside of…

It's funny how the the typical commenters here were up in arms that the Enterprise was speculating on the recent covid deaths. In fact, it was Covid. Yet none of those people seem to have a problem with the paper publishing unfounded speculations that black lives matter was involved with …

So after seeing crowds wearing Trump Maga gear storm the Capitol, many of whom were identified on video as Trump/QANON supporters and later arrested for their actions, the Park County Republican Party representative goes on record stating that they think the "black lives matter" movement …

Exactly. For example, it is better to say "approximately 360000 Americans have died from health conditions resulting from having contracted Covid-19". That is more specific than just saying "360000 Americans have died from Covid-19". Anther example would be that it is better to say, "Heal…

Literally every sentence of this story is a fact. The set of facts provided just doesn't fit into your worldview. The article clearly states the cause of death hasn't been determined and time will eventually tell. Still, the fact that two people caught a potentially deadly virus right bef…

You are right in a strange way... The federal response to this pandemic has been so bungled that Covid-19 is prevalent across the country. Because so many people are getting sick, it makes it easier to determine the efficacy of the vaccine since people in the placebo group get sick much f…

For context, 1 person out of the hundreds of thousands of people receiving a vaccine has an allergic reaction which was then promptly treated. The person was ok, glad to have received the vaccine, and did not want their case to be used as example to discourage vaccinations. Meanwhile, ove…

Yes, I think it is a reasonable standard for news organizations to remove links to fake news and clearly false information. This paper is a source of verified, source-checked reporting- not a space for promoting conspiracy theories and false information.

In case people are interested about how the vaccine trials were performed, the attached article from the New England Journal of Medicine is helpful in understanding how it was tested. People can make their own decisions, but hopefully this information is helpful...

https://www.nejm.…