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If you are still buying into the myth that a Republican majority in Congress is “the answer to our problems”, then in fact, you are not only not in Kansas, you are not in any of the several states, including your own. Sure, you might be there physically, but the part of you that matters for the purposes of this discussion is somewhere else. Your focus, attention, and problem solving skills, at least, are stuck in Washington, D.C. First in a series from Grassroots in Nebraska (Shelli Dawdy) sharing now with R3s everywhere. Continue reading →
As someone with a good deal of education in scientific thinking and the scientific method, I have put considerable effort into attempting to find any real scientific evidence backing the widespread use of influenza vaccines (flu season shots). I find examples of junk science in both the “scientific” side of things as well as the “alternative” side of things. For example, so-called “psychic surgery,” as least in the way it has been popularized, is nothing more than clever sleight-of-hand where the surgeon palms some chicken gizzards and then pretends to pull diseased organs out of the abdominal cavity of some patient. The demonstrations I’ve seen on film are obvious quackery.
Originally posted Thursday, September 02, 2010
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger – Editor of NaturalNews.com
Tags: vaccines, junk science, health news
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/029641_vaccines_junk_science.html
Posted by Rayzer via CLC/Revolution Broadcasting 2010
We are returning to the “Spreading Hayek, Spurning Keynes” Wall Street Journal article to answer the question that Ryan McMaken asks in his fine article at LewRockwell.com (and then answers judiciously as well). We are returning as well because this is an incredibly important issue from our point of view as the only periodical that analyzes power-elite dominant social themes from a free market perspective. We do have a slightly different take on the answer…
Here is the link to the original WSJ post by Kelly Evans from 2010
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++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING++ ANNOUNCEMENTS++ ELECTION RESULTS++ THE SIGNIFICANCE OF LAST FRIDAY’S GLEN BECK SHOW++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, September 1st will be held atItaliano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. Our main item of
business will be discussion about the Senate candidates that have appeared before our members over the past 3 weeks. Following a time of discussion, our voting members will vote for those we want to support financially.
The BA team breezed through the big 8-28 rallies in Washington, DC to test the government spending IQ of participants. Below are the questions asked in the video and the answers (with sources). But don’t spoil the fun: first watch the video and test yourself. Bush, Obama, neither, both – take the test yourself!
Schools are increasingly invading student privacy both in school and outside of school. Are schools grooming youth to passively accept a surveillance state where they have no expectation of privacy anywhere?
This is a series examining an article in the Lincoln Journal Star on July 4 entitled “Whose side are the Founding Fathers on?” Just click one of the titles to read Shelli Dawdy’s response: the first part: “The Founding? Move Along Folks, Nothing to See There. Onward Progress!” or second part:
“Efforts to Muddle History of the Founding Don’t Change Its Facts.” or third part: “Whose Side ARE the Founders On? Easy.” An additional follow-up to the series can be found here: Ignorance is Bliss? No. Ignorance is Ignorance.