Author: Gordon Allison Jr. | Technical Writer

Gordon is a frequent contributor to The County Compass

“My gut tells me the copter crash was no accident.”

Writer delves into several fascinating scenarios Last week, writer Drago Bosnic posited the use of some type of ‘kill switch’ to bring down Iranian President Raisi’s Bell 212 helicopter, one of several of the 212 owned by Iran. What is…

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ISO Rating Crucial in Setting Fire Insurance Premiums

Murky World of Homeowners Insurance         Editor’s Note: North Carolina Insurance Commissioner, Mike Causey, recently issued a statement about Liberty, a small North Carolina town of 2,700 residents, that has achieved an ISO fire rating of 2. …

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How Fauci cast doubt on effective low-cost treatments, transforming Remdesivir into lucrative ‘drug of choice’

NOTE: This is the third in the series of articles based on the book, The Real Anthony Fauci Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health, by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. published in 2021. Mr….

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‘Super Spreader’ encounter described by local man

PERSONAL NOTE: This series of articles is based on The Real Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., published in 2021 by Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.  Mr. Tony…

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Covid 19 – Started WHEN?

Editor’s note: This is the first in a of a series of articles based on Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci – Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health. Since names…

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Do Lie Detectors Tell The Truth?

Editor’s Note: Mr Allison has had a lot of very interesting experiences. Here is another for your consideration. In the early 1970s, I was hired by Motorola Semiconductor in Arizona as an applications engineer, attached to the Sales Department.  When…

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OSHA didn’t have a Clue

After I left RCA in New Jersey, I was hired in 1987 as a product manager at Television Technology Corp. in Broomfield, Colorado.  My product lines included AM and FM radio transmitters. Television Technology manufactured low power translators and transmitters….

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Six years ago, the author took this photo in the San Diego Harbor of a B-39 Russian sub from the Pacific Fleet – identical in all respects to the four B-59 Russian subs involved in the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

How the Commander for a Fleet of Russian Subs Averted WW III

Editor’s Note: The October 1962 incident related in this article was made known some 10 years after the Berlin Wall came down in 1991. A nuclear war was avoided because a Soviet Brigade Chief (equivalent to a U.S. admiral)  intervened…

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Reactors (small & safe) provide Cheap Ener

When I was working as an electronic engineer for the Arizona Highway Patrol in the mid-1970s, the State of Arizona sent me to a seminar to learn project planning. The instructor asked the class to tell him if we knew…

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Second of Two Parts

Expert reveals little known ‘Mileage Killers’

‘Drafting’ behind 18-wheelers helps, but kind of risky! Last week we discussed vehicle tips to help increase your gas mileage. Now that your vehicle’s shortcomings have been examined, let’s talk about driving tips to save fuel.   From 1936 to…

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First of Two Parts

Expert shares tips for more miles per gallon!

With unleaded gas prices pushing five dollars a gallon and headed higher with no end in sight, this is a great time to examine fuel saving methods.  Some actions will yield significant savings while others less so.  However, lots of…

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