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reason.com

by Brian Doherty

August 28, 2012

Remember all that brouhaha over Ron Paul needing five states to nominate him, according to the old "Rule 40"?

Well, today six states (or entities with delegations) tried to nominate him--Nevada, Iowa, Oregon, Minnesota, Alaska and the Virgin Islands. What happened then? A rule change was adopted saying you need eight. Sorry Ron!

worldtruth.tv

September 19, 2012

Nanotechnology is measured in billionths of a meter, encompassing all aspects of life from food to medicine, clothing, to space. Imagine hundreds of microcomputers on the width of a strand of hair programmed for specific tasks....in your body. Sound good?

Engineering at a molecular level may be a future corporations' dream come true, however, nano-particles inside your body have few long-term studies especially when linked to health issues. Despite this new huge income-generating field there is a growing body of toxicological information suggesting that nanotechnology when consumed can cause brain damage (as shown in largemouth bass), and therefore should undergo a full safety assessment. It is possible for nano-particles to slip through the skin, suggestive of a potential unnatural interaction with the immune system, or when micro particles enter the blood-stream. Some sunscreens on the shelf today, for instance, have nano-particles that might be able to penetrate the skin, move between organs, with unknown health effects. Nano-particles in cosmetics have few regulations done by FDA. Regulators are proposing that food companies that want to use tiny engineered particles in their packaging may have to provide extra testing data to show the products are safe.

Hot Air

by Tina Korbe

February 16, 2012

Well, duh. What's crazy is that the administration has ever tried to say otherwise.

Fortunately, insurers aren't afraid to state the obvious. Hidden - or not-so-hidden - in the administration's insistent mandate that insurers provide coverage for contraception to the employees of religiously-affiliated organizations is a very real cost.

aclu.org

by Alex Abdo

August 2, 2013

In the wake of recent news that the NSA is spying on Americans, I have been particularly struck by the argument that "if you've got nothing to hide, you've got nothing to fear."

At first blush, this argument might seem sound - after all, if the government is merely conducting anti-terrorism surveillance, non-terrorists shouldn't be affected, right? But if you look more closely, you'll see this idea is full of holes. The "nothing to hide" argument mistakenly suggests that privacy is something only criminals desire. In fact, we choose to do many things in private - sing in the shower, make love, confide in family and friends - even though they are not wrong or illegal. Who would not be embarrassed if all of their most intimate details were exposed?

therealrevo.com

February 8, 2011

When I started talking about the "Popular Uprising" in Egypt being the work of Communists, some of them here in the good ole U.S.A. in fact, Chicago, Illinois and Washington D.C...

Does everybody here now understand how President Obama, a man known for is procrastination in making big decisions, was so lightning quick in throwing Hosni Mubarek under the bus?

Hot Air

by Jazz Shaw

January 27, 2012

We've got a brand spanking new, rootin' tootin' study, fresh off the press from a distinguished group of scientists. (And I can tell they were scientists because I checked, and most of them were wearing white lab coats.)

In it, we find what we already suspected about the party that hates science, clings to their guns and their God, and disapproves of Barack Obama not because of his damaging policies, but because he's black. Yep... you guessed it. Turns out that conservatives are stupid. And racist.

washingtontimes.com

by Joseph Curl

October 28, 2012

You know who doesn't like getting thrown under the bus? The CIA. You know what the CIA does when you try to throw it under the bus? They get even - quickly, quietly, and with fatal consequences.

That seems the most logical explanation for the torrent of information pouring out this week (unless Hillary Rodham Clinton - also thrown under the bus by President Obama - is scrapping any chance of ever running for president again and is simply setting the whole administration on fire, along with her legacy as secretary of state). The main lesson from Watergate (after the no-brainer that you should never hire a guy named "Tricky Dick") was this: The Cover-Up Is Worse Than The Crime. For some reason, Professor Obama seems not to know this crucial lesson. Or he's just arrogant enough to say, "Well, that doesn't apply to someone as brilliant as moi."

The Real Revo

by R.D. Walker

March 8, 2011

In Britain, you are going to have to get used to the end of that quaint little memory. Electricity is only for windy days.

Quit your fussing! You can't go sailing or fly kites on windless days and I don't hear you whining about that. This is no different.

The American Spectator

by Yogi Love

July 23, 2012

Oh, chill out. It's not like you built it yourself.

baltimoresun.com

by Christopher J. McCabe

September 9, 2011

Fostering Futures Howard County helps former foster children make their way into adult life.

On the eve of her 21st birthday, a young woman leaving the local Howard County foster care system after nine placements/homes was welcomed to her first apartment by eight local residents and two truckloads of used but sturdy furniture. Her housewarming was courtesy of Fostering Futures: An initiative of Voices for Children, Howard County's court-appointed special advocates.

      
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