Lie Another Day: Bohemian Grove 2013

Lie Another Day: Bohemian Grove 2013 For the Bohemian Grove participants, it’s just another day of lies. To the people outside of the Grove, it’s just another day to protest the evil we face in this world. They were giving away free car washes to Bohemian Grove participants! They weren’t drying the cars, only washing […]

Supreme Court upholds GOP concept of individual mandate in Obama ‘health care’ law

ShareThis Breaking: Supreme Court upholds GOP concept of individual mandate in Obama ‘health care’ law —The concept of individual mandate – originating with the GOP and implemented by Governor Mitt Romney in Massachusetts and Barack Obama nationally – has been upheld by the Supreme Court. The vote was 5-4. 28 Jun 2012 Supreme Court upholds […]

Medical bills can wreck credit, even when paid off

Mike and Laura Park thought their credit record was spotless. The Texas couple wanted to take advantage of low interest rates, so they put their house on the market and talked to a lender about a mortgage on a bigger home in the Dallas-Fort Worth suburbs. Their credit report contained a shocker: A $200 medical […]

Michigan’s Most Fervent Tea Partiers Backed Santorum

If they prefer a big-government social conservative, what’s the point of their movement? By Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic CNN’s Michigan exit poll had a nugget of information that caught my eye: Republican voters who “strongly supported” the tea party favored Rick Santorum. Forty-five percent of that subgroup cast a ballot for the former Pennsylvania senator. […]

How Sustainable Development is Transforming Property Rights

In this “show and tell” presentation, you will learn how state federal and world leaders are intervening in every county in the U.S. to prod us toward a new kind of local community that few want. John Anthony traces each step of Agenda 21 or Sustainable Development, from its 1987 inception to your backyard in […]

California Taxpayers Fund Sleep Treatment For Death Row Inmates

From: CBS San Francisco SAN QUENTIN (CBS 5) — One out of every four Californians has no medical insurance. But $ 2 billion in taxpayer money is being spent each year to provide medical care to California’s prisoners. Take the case of San Quentin prison. The state built a brand new $ 136 million hospital […]

Advocates Say Flu Vaccine Should Be Mandatory For Health Workers

NPR February 3, 2012 Despite more than 20 years of recommendations that health workers get flu shots, the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show more than a third don’t comply. The voluntary approach to reducing the risk that workers will transmit flu to patients has fallen short. So consumer and […]