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by Joel McDurmon

February 8, 2012

In a ruling last fall, Wisconsin judge Patrick Fiedler ruled against a family that produced raw milk. In his ruling, he held that the plaintiffs "operate a dairy farm," and thus had to comply with State law in that regard.

Much more disturbingly, however, Fiedler ruled that the plaintiffs had "no fundamental right" to consume foods of their choice, or even to "own a cow" and "consume milk from their own cow." In a clarification to his ruling, the judge wrote that the plaintiffs (and thus people in general)...

by Joel McDurmon

January 17, 2012

Having your baby at home with a registered midwife is just as safe as a conventional hospital birth, a new study says.

by Joel McDurmon

January 16, 2012

"Parents should not have any fear about sending their children to this school." That is the message New York State officials are giving after hiding diagnoses of up to twelve public-school children.

Despite claiming to have arrived at a diagnosis, public officials are using federal HIPAA privacy laws to keep all information sealed, refusing to give any information to the public or the affected parents. They are essentially saying, "We know the problem, but we refuse to tell you."

by Joel McDurmon On Jan 6

January 10, 2012

Ron Paul's 2002 predictions all come true.

This clip needs no commentary from me. I've posted this video so many times, and still, the sheep keep their heads buried in the sand and condemn Dr. Paul claiming he's ignorant on Foreign Policy. This video was a warning recorded prior to our invasion of Iraq. Now that we've pulled out, what did we gain from that illegal war? Dr. Paul hit the nail on the head *ahead* of the fact. It is beyond me as to how anyone can claim Dr. Paul's understanding of Foreign Policy is anything other than absolutely correct.

Amherst Times (NY)

by Rob Stein

January 11, 2006

New York City is starting to monitor the blood sugar levels of its diabetic residents, marking the first time any government in the United States has begun tracking people with a chronic disease.

Under the program, the city is requiring laboratories to report the results of blood sugar tests directly to the health department, which will use the data to study the disease and to prod doctors and patients when levels run too high.

August 7, 2014

A government website intended to make federal spending more transparent was missing at least $619 billion from 302 federal programs, a government audit has found.

And the data that does exist is wildly inaccurate, according to the Government Accountability Office, which looked at 2012 spending data. Only 2% to 7% of spending data on is "fully consistent with agencies' records," according to the report. Among the data missing from the 6-year-old federal website...

November 22, 2013

"Juan, fasten your seat belt," Judge Andrew Napolitano warned liberal Juan Williams before he flabbergasted Williams with a lecture on the Constitution.

"You have abandoned the whole notion of conservatism tonight," a shocked Williams responded to the judge's lecture. "You have abandoned the notion that the Constitution means what it says," Napolitano retorted.

August 9, 2013

The heads of the nation's three top intelligence agencies said Thursday they strive to protect Americans' privacy in an evolving era of cybersecurity threats, electronic surveillance and concerns about government data-monitoring.

Since former government contract systems analyst Edward Snowden leaked classified documents about the National Security Agency's data-gathering in May, lawmakers and average Americans have re-engaged in debate over the boundaries between preventing terrorism and preserving Americans' privacy rights. Speaking at a cybersecurity conference, CIA Director John Brennan, FBI Director Robert Mueller and the NSA director, Gen. Keith Alexander, didn't directly address the agency's programs that sweep up swaths of data on phone and Internet use, including hundreds of millions of Americans' phone records. The officials spoke largely about malicious software attacks and other electronic intrusions.

Angela England

October 11, 2009

Sound extreme? It really isn't that extreme when you consider that within 24 hours of the first tweet going out, nearly 75 mothers, fathers and concerned citizens had donated enough coffee and pizza money to buy the milk Jaeli needed.

Jaeli is a sweet, 4-month old baby girl, born with a rare chromosomal disorder that doesn't even have a name. The donor breastmilk was running out and she just found out the other private donor thought to be sending milk, didn't have any to send. The hospital refused to order any milk from the milk bank (which keeps a supply of donor milk on hand) since it wasn't covered by the Vermont State Medicaid.

August 5, 2013

At around 7:30 Friday morning, inhabitants of The Garden of Eden, a small Intentional Community based on Sustainability, awakened to a SWAT raid conducted by the City of Arlington for suspicion of being a full fledged marijuana growth and trafficking op.

Ultimately only a single arrest was made based on unrelated outstanding traffic violations, a handful of citations were given for city code violations, and zero drug related violations were found. The entire operation lasted about 10 hours and involved many dozens of city officials, SWAT team, police officers and code compliance employees, and numerous official vehicles including dozens of police cars and several specialized vehicular equipment that was involved in the "abatement" operation. Witnesses say that there were helicopters and unmanned flying drones circling the property in the days prior to the raid that are presumed to have been a part of the intelligence gathering. The combined expenses for the raid itself and the collection of information leading up to the fruitless raid are estimated in the tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars.

Carschooling by Diane Flynn Keith

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