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by Vera Sharav

October 3, 2006

Shankar Vedantam of The Washington Post reports "a study published yesterday overturns conventional wisdom about antipsychotic drugs, which cost the United States $10 billion a year."

These drugs-so-called 'atypical' antipsychotics such as Risperdal, Zyprexa, Seroquel, et al, are no more beneficial than the cheap old neuroleptics such as Haldol -- both the old and new drugs cause debilitating side effects and fail to improve the quality of life.

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by Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice

May 29, 2013

Did you know that as of May 18, 2013, there have been 202 cases of mumps in the US? Where is the media frenzy? The hysteria? The call from the Health Department and outrage over vaccination rates?

here is none. Because the vaccine is failing, the usual "push" is noticeably absent. Here are some direct quotes from University Health Services and/or Health Departments on the mumps outbreaks: (1) In Massachusetts, the students who got the mumps had been vaccinated. (2) In Virginia, the students who got the mumps had been vaccinated. (3) In Maryland, the students who got the mumps had been vaccinated. Do you see a trend here?

vaxchoicevt.com

by Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice

September 20, 2012

The CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) of August 24, 2012 was simply titled "Vaccination Coverage Among Children in Kindergarten - United States, 2011 - 12 School Year".

It is not known why the authors, who were all from the CDC, chose not to mention vaccine exemptions in the title when they knew that they would be discussing them in such great detail up to and including their percentage increase or decease in kindergartens nationwide. The main report consisted of six paragraphs and was followed by a detailed Editorial Note which also consisted of six paragraphs. The Editor's name was not revealed.

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by VICE

June 12, 2014

39 months after the Fukushima meltdown...what is TEPCO doing to remedy the situation?

mercedsunstar.com

by Victor A. Patton

July 12, 2013

Jurors were unable to reach a verdict Friday in a civil lawsuit against the city of Merced and a Merced police officer who used a Taser on a legless man during a confrontation in 2009.

The eight-member jury in federal court here began deliberations about 2:30 p.m., but at 6 p.m. their deliberations were deadlocked - 4 to 4 - and a hung jury was declared. Williams also claimed officers humiliated him by leaving him on the pavement with his pants down and genitals exposed after he'd been shocked with the Taser.

PJ Media

by Victor Davis Hanson

June 14, 2012

What about the father?

Small items of news often tell us more about the zeitgeist than the greatest events of the day. The British Medical Journal for June 9 reported that a Spanish gynecologist in Majorca had been ordered by a court to pay $520,000 in child support for a child who was born after his attempt to abort it at the mother's request failed. In addition, the gynecologist was ordered to pay the mother $190,000 to compensate her for the distress and disruption she suffered from the continued pregnancy and the birth of the child (though she is reported now to be very happy with him, and is pleased that he was born).

pjmedia.com

by Victor Davis Hanson

December 25, 2011

Those with vested interests in smoking cessation somehow avoid scrutiny. Hmm.

When does an interest become vested? Generally, I suppose, when it is an interest in something of which you disapprove. No one would suggest, for example, that an oncologist had a vested interest in cancer merely because cancer was the sine qua non of his calling. Only those who derive an income from the sale of carcinogens have interests that are vested. Of these, the greatest is tobacco: almost by definition, no one can have a vested interest in the reduction of smoking. Or can he?

pjmedia.com

by Victor Davis Hanson

December 25, 2011

When protecting our lives, we can rely only upon ourselves.

It's a holiday. You're at the beach with your family when you notice a man standing neck deep in the water. Something tells you he may be trying to commit suicide. Firemen and police officers soon arrive, but to your amazement, they do nothing, watching for an hour until the man finally succeeds. Then they refuse to collect his body. Disgusted, you swim out and pull the unfortunate man to shore. Fanciful fiction? Unfortunately, no.

pjmedia.com

by Victor Davis Hanson

November 19, 2011

How much do CEO and other top exec salaries add to the cost of drugs?

I had a conversation recently with someone who was quite upset about how much money pharmaceutical companies spend on CEO compensation - at a time when many people are not able to afford necessary medicines. While I do not support restricting or limiting compensation, I also often scratch my head and ask, "Does it really make sense for a corporation to give someone tens of millions a year to run a company?" Beyond a certain point, there's no useful way to spend the extra money.

Pajamas Media

by Victor Davis Hanson

September 19, 2011

Barack Obama has done the United States a great, though unforeseen, favor.

He has brought to light, as no one else could, many of the pernicious assumptions of our culture from the last half-century. He turned theory and "what ifs" into fact for all America to see, experience, and, yes, suffer through. The Years of Wandering...

      
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