The more I read, the more I research and discover the horrifying conflicts of interest in our medical system, the more I’m inclined to agree with perspectives like that listed below. IMO, one of the most dangerous aspects to American culture is the free pass given to Continue reading “One of the Most Concise Descriptions of MDs I’ve Ever Read”
I’ve been chuckling to myself, with a tint of sadness, at the number of intelligent people I know who seem to become absolutely mindless when the vaccine debate comes up. One of the most common comments from these otherwise sharp thinkers is that “it’s all settled science / 99% of scientists agree / anyone who questions vaccine info from the gov is an anti-vax nut job”.
So what if I told you there actually WAS science behind the other side Continue reading “Why Do Pro-Vaxxers Keep Claiming Their Side of The Vaccine Debate is the Only Scientific One?”
What it was like to just write…like no one was reading…
But it feels great…
Diversity is absolutely the heart and soul of the Tenth Amendment movement. People seem to really like the idea of a political
camp that includes ALL of the diverse, minority groups that stand to gain from the protection of the 10th Amendment.
An alliance that puts gun rights people along side of gay marriage groups, abortion activists, supporters of marijuana legalization and constitutional scholars is an alliance showing the kind of diversity that this nation was founded to serve.
Who were the first Americans if not members of a diverse collection of minorities, cultural and philosophical misfits who were tired of central planners deciding their fate?
June 11, 2009
Well, though I voted for neither Bush or Obama, I have been rooting for the Democrat controlled congress and white house to really look different from the previous and infamous eight years.
What we have seen so far…looks more Republican than Democrat.
Can someone please explain to me why, despite having a comfortable margin in the Senate, that the Republicans seem to still be calling the shots?
The Stimulus Bill, which I grudgingly supported back when it had populist measures such as executive salary caps, incentives for American goods and help for the clueless American auto industry has been gutted to just look like another gift to the Corporatocracy.
Couple that with the free ride all of this is getting from Corporate media pundits and my belief in Obama’s promised change has become very faint.
from The Independent & The Independent on Sunday
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Armed revolution in Latin America is over, says Chavez
By David Usborne
Tuesday, 10 June 2008