Dr. Geoffrey Cly, an OB-GYN posted this video in which he says there is a cure for COVID-19 using a cocktail of antibiotics.

Watch here:

This is how Dr. Cly’s website describes him:

Dr. Geoffrey Cly’s college career began with visions of becoming a lawyer. It wasn’t until Dr. Cly saw the documentary video “The Miracle of Life” in his general biology class that the cycle of life became a burning passion. He knew that day that his future was set. In fact, after seeing the film he changed his major and his life in medicine began.

Today Dr. Cly is a Board-Certified OB/GYN with 20 years of experience.  He is one of the most experienced daVinci Robotic, Laparoscopic and Gynecological Surgeons in the Midwest with over 1000 Robotic and over 2000 laparoscopic procedures successfully performed. He has delivered over 3000 babies and seen over 100,000 patients in his 20-year career.

His passion doesn’t end with his patients. As a pioneer in daVinci Minimally Invasive GYN surgery adoption that began in 2006 he became an official instructor for Intuitive, the daVinci parent company. Dr. Cly shares his knowledge and expertise by teaching most of the physicians in his region and many of the most accomplished doctors in the Midwest.

Many ask why? Why has he made it his passion to not only stay out in front of his specialty but to also teach the very doctors that could possibly be competitors? Because Dr. Cly believes women deserve to know all treatment options available and have honest, educated and up to date, physicians guiding them on their journey to health and healing. The benefits of robotic and laparoscopic surgeries allow doctors to perform complex surgeries with smaller incisions which causes less pain and allows for much quicker recoveries. This all leads to women who need less aftercare and gives them ability to get back to being productive in all aspects of their lives, mothers, caregivers, careers etc.

Dr. Cly believes all patients deserve active and competent doctors. His motto has always been “do whatever is necessary for the benefit of the patient.” Each patient is a gift and his Hippocratic oath in becoming a doctor is still the most important oath of all.


Video included.

Last week should have marked the beginning of baseball season, but due to COVID-19, we are missing out on America’s pastime.

I don’t know about you, but I’m missing baseball this year.

So I wanted to remind everybody of the greatest pitcher of all time, Nolan Ryan, and that day, almost 26 years ago when he beat the ever loving snot out of Robin Ventura.

Here’s the video.

As we all distance ourselves socially, we can come together in enjoyment of this historic moment.

Thanks for visiting!


Renters in Austin who are affected by the Coronavirus crisis can breathe a sigh of relief after their city council passed an ordinance today barring evictions due to the ability to pay rent.

You can see the entire ordinance here.

Critics say that this ordinance will bankrupt landlords who only own one or two properties, while others laud the foresight of the city council.


According to Democrats, when a woman claims she was sexually assaulted, she must be believed and the man’s career must be destroyed at all costs. (All you have to do is recall the Kavanaugh nomination fight)

Now a credible accusation has come against Joe Biden.

It will be interesting to see how liberals respond. (Spoiler alert, they don’t care about sexual assault if a Democrat is accused).

Zero Hedge reports:

The woman, Tara Reade, accused Biden last year of inappropriate behavior when she worked in his Senate office in 1993. Now (well actually, last April), Reade says Biden touched her inappropriately when she was in her mid-20s.

“My life was hell,” said Reade. “This was about power and control. I couldn’t get a job on the Hill.”

Now, She’s given a graphic podcast interview with Rolling Stone’s Katie Halper where she tells her full story.

Reade describes a graphic incident from 1993 in which as superior asked her to run a gym bag to Biden “down towards the capital.” When Biden greeted her (not allegedly of course, since we’re believing all women), he forced her up against a wall and shoved his hands up her skirt.

Biden’s “hands were on me and underneath my clothes,” she said, after he “had me up against the wall.”

“I remember him saying first, like as he was doing it, ‘Do you want to go somewhere else,'” she said, adding “And then him saying to me when I pulled away, he got finished doing what he was doing, and I kind of just pulled back and he said, ‘Come on man, I heard you liked me.’ And that phrase stayed with me because I kept thinking what I might’ve said and I can’t remember exactly if he said ‘i thought’ or ‘I heard’ but he implied that I had done this.”

Reade then went on to say that “everything shattered in that moment” because she knew that there were no witnesses and she looked up to him. “He was like my father’s age,” she said. “He was like this champion of women’s rights in my eyes and I couldn’t believe it was happening. It seemed surreal.”

Reade then said Biden grabbed her by the shoulders and said, “You’re okay. You’re fine” and proceeded to walk away.

Reade said that Biden also told her something after the alleged assault that she initially didn’t want to share because “it’s the thing that stays in my head over and over.” But after some pressing from Halper, Reade decided to share:

“He took his finger. He just like pointed at me and said you’re nothing to me.”

Halper said she spoke with Reade’s brother and close friend, and both of them recall Reade telling them about the alleged assault at the time.


In the past, like in forever, food stamps (officially called SNAP benefits) have only been eligible for certain types of food purchases. For instance, fresh veggies, meats, canned foods could all be purchased while junk foods like candy bars and sodas could not. This may all change if Texas Governor Greg Abbott gets his way.

Governor Greg Abbott, along with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, sent a letter Tuesday to the United States Department of Agriculture seeking permission to allow Texas Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients to use their benefits at take out and drive-thru restaurants throughout the state.

The request comes as Texas continues to fight the spread of COVID-19. Approval would open up another food source for 3.2 million Texans.

“As we continue in our efforts to combat COVID-19, the state must do everything it can to make life more manageable for citizens and ensure that Texans can provide meals for their families,’ said Governor Abbott.

“‘This waiver will go a long way in doing just that. I urge the federal government to quickly approve this waiver, giving Texans another food option during this public health emergency.”

Abbott said the move could help “ensure the preservation of the local food supply by allowing participating restaurants to accept SNAP benefits as payment.”


Data accurate as of 14:29 / 16 Mar 2020

Updated twice daily. Keep coming back for the latest numbers.

Cases by county:

County of Residence2Number of Cases3
El Paso3
Fort Bend9
Pending County Assignment2

Watch this video right away or you’ll hate yourself later

There are now 64 confirmed cases being reported in Texas, according to the Texas Department of Health and Human services.


1. If you have a runny nose and sputum, you may only have a common cold.
2. Coronavirus pneumonia is a dry cough with no runny nose.
3. This new virus is not heat-resistant and will be killed by a temperature of just 27 Celsius/80.6 Fahrenheit.
4. If someone sneezes with it, it takes about 10 feet before it drops to the ground and is no longer airborne.
5. If it drops on a metal surface it will live for at least 12 hours – so if you come into contact with any metal surface – wash your hands as soon as you can with a bacterial soap.
6. On fabric, it can survive for 6-12 hours. Normal laundry detergent will kill it.
7. Drinking warm water is effective for all viruses. Try not to drink liquids with ice.
8. Wash your hands frequently as the virus can only live on your hands for 5-10 minutes, but a lot can happen during that time – you can rub your eyes, pick your nose unwittingly, and so on.
9. You should also gargle as a prevention. A simple solution of salt in warm water will suffice.
10. Can’t emphasize enough – drink plenty of water!
11. Practice good hygiene and health habits
12. Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. In cases of no access to soap and water, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with at least 60% to 95% alcohol).
13. Cover your coughs and sneezes with an elbow sleeve or tissue.
14. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, as you can pick up the virus that way.
15. Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects like doorknobs and countertops. Evidence suggests that disinfectants with 62% to 71% ethanol, 0.5% hydrogen peroxide or 0.1% sodium hypochlorite (bleach) can “efficiently” inactivate coronaviruses within a minute
16. Getting the flu shot is suggested even though the seasonal flu vaccine cannot protect you from COVID-19 directl. However, you may be more likely to develop severe pneumonia if you contract both diseases simultaneously.. By avoiding the flu, you may also avoid making a trip to the doctor in the middle of a COVID-19 epidemic, when health care workers may be overwhelmed with other patients.
17. Be prepared to stay home
18. Talk with your employer about what the company’s work-from-home and sick leave policy might be in the event of an outbreak.
19. Schools may be closed in your area during an outbreak. Ask your child’s school, local school board or health department about how much advance notice there might be preceding a closure. Plan for how you will handle child care if schools and day care centers are closed.
Large group gatherings may be canceled, including concerts, religious services and public events.
20. Have at least a 30-day supply of all needed medications on hand, and/or as your health care and insurance providers about procuring an emergency supply.
21. If you or someone in your household regularly takes prescription drugs, it may be wise to ask your health care and insurance providers about procuring an emergency supply.
Make a plan for how to care for those at greater risk of serious illness and hospitalization, such as those over 60 years old and those with preexisting health conditions. Also have a backup plan for who will care for your dependents if you get sick, personally.
22. Make sure you have reasonable amounts of groceries and other basic household necessities, such as laundry detergent, toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, water, can & dry goods, etc. Plan for a 2-4week rationing for the individuals of your household if the needed arises for self-quarantine.
23. Check in with your neighbors and loved ones. Talk with your neighbors to check in on their health status and see how you can help each other if one of you is home sick or caring for others.
24. Share the newest information from local health authorities, and make sure others are up to date.Keep up with local announcements to find out about cancellations of schools and local events.


H-E-B said in a social media post it has been preparing for coronavirus and “is in a strong position to keep replenishing our shelves.”

It urges customers not to panic.

“We are continuing to restock shelves around-the-clock.”

The Texas-based grocery chain encourages buyers not to stockpile and to “please buy what you need and leave some for your neighbor behind you.”

“We are in this as a community and it’s important to keep calm.”

H-E-B has been preparing for coronavirus and we are in a strong position to keep replenishing our shelves. Customers should not panic, as we are continuing to restock shelves around-the-clock. We are encouraging preparedness, not stockpiling – please buy what you need and leave some for your neighbor behind you. We are in this as a community and it’s important to keep calm. H-E-B Partners are ready to help #SlowtheSpreadTexas.


Texas Governor Greg Abbott just released this proclamation:

WHEREAS, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been recognized globally as a contagious respiratory virus; and

WHEREAS, as of March 13, 2020, there are more than 30 confirmed cases of COVID-l 9 located in multiple Texas counties; and

WHEREAS, there are more than 50 Texans with pending tests for COVID-19 in Texas; and

WHEREAS, some schools, universities, and other governmental entities are beginning to alter their schedules, and some venues are beginning to temporarily close, as precautionary responses to the increasing presence of COVID- 19 in Texas; and
WHEREAS, costs incurred to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 are beginning to mount at the state and local levels; and

WHEREAS, the State of Texas has already taken numerous steps to prepare for COVID 19, such as increasing laboratory testing capacity, coordinating preparedness efforts across state agencies, and working with local partners to promote appropriate mitigation efforts; and

WHEREAS, it is critical to take additional steps to prepare for, respond to, and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 to protect the health and welfare of Texans; and

WHEREAS, declaring a state of disaster will facilitate and expedite the use and deployment of resources to enhance preparedness and response.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GREG ABBOTT, Governor of the State of Texas, do hereby certify that COVID- 19 poses an imminent threat of disaster. In accordance with the authority vested in me by Section 418.014 of the Texas Government Code, I hereby declare a state of disaster for all counties in Texas.

Pursuant to Section 418.017 of the code, I authorize the use of all available resources of state government and of political subdivisions that are reasonably necessary to cope with this disaster.

Pursuant to Section 418.0 16 of the code, any regulatory statute prescribing the procedures for conduct of state business or any order or rule of a state agency that would in any way prevent, hinder, or delay necessary action in coping with this disaster shall be suspended upon written approval of the Office of the Governor. However, to the extent that the enforcement of any state statute or administrative rule regarding contracting or procurement would impede any state agency’s emergency response that is necessary to cope with this declared disaster, I hereby suspend such statutes and rules for the duration of this declared disaster for that limited purpose.

In accordance with the statutory requirements, copies of this proclamation shall be filed with the applicable authorities.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name and have officially caused the Seal of State to be affixed at my office in the City of Austin, Texas, this the 13th day of March, 2020.
Governor Greg Abbott