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Government Shutdown Soap Opera

Oops, they did it again. The division between bipartisan leadership has drifted the Ship of State into the Rocks of Fiscal Impasse. You Might Like The federal government of the United States of America officially shut down certain operations effective one minute after midnight Saturday, January 20, 2018. Did you sleep through it? By almost […]

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The Buzz on Honey Bees

What’s the buzz on honey bees these days? Are they still on the verge of extinction, threatening human existence, or what? The short answer is that bee populations are declining at an alarming rate. This modern phenomenon was first acknowledged publicly over ten years ago. You Might Like In September 2007, Popular Science reported: “Between 50% […]

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FDA Spurns Canadian Cancer Cure

What if they gave a “cure for cancer party” and the US didn’t come? That is, basically, what is happening, in Canada and elsewhere in the world, right now. Once again, the US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has turned its back on the best interests of Us the People, in favor of reaping enormous profits. […]

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Matching Ankle Boots on Hillary and McCain

Are fashion trend-setters Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and John McCain (R-AZ) leading by example? Each one has been sporting a single, orthopedic “walking boot” for some time now. First, on October 15 this year, Hillary Clinton injured her right foot during her United Kingdom book tour. After canceling or rescheduling interviews with British journalists, one Clinton spokesman […]

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Vaccines: A Shot in the Dark?

Controversy has surrounded the practice of vaccination, from the earliest 19th-century smallpox inoculations to the present day’s smorgasbord of vaccinations  – even though medical experts regard it as one of the Top Ten public health achievements of the 20th century. You Might Like Most of us remember getting vaccines – and crying from the fear […]

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We’re All Fukushima’d

Have you heard of Fukushima? No, it’s not a type of sushi – it’s a city in Japan. Six years ago, something terrible happened in Fukushima. Yet, you probably know nothing about it. National Public Radio and mainstream television will not touch this story: it’s poison. Literally. On March 11, 2011, an earthquake and 50-foot […]

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Healing the Affordable Care Act

If you want to throw a rock at the hornet’s nest and get the conversation going, just ask people what they think about the Affordable Care Act. When you see questioning, raised eyebrows, say, “You know: ‘Obamacare.’” The Affordable Care Act – The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became law under President Barack Obama […]

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