Monthly Archives: March 2011

12 posts

“I no longer hope for audacity”: Matt Damon turns against Obama as President loses his celebrity friends

“Actor Matt Damon — who was one of the President’s earliest and best-known celebrity supporters during his 2008 campaign—said point blank that he was unhappy with the way the country is being run in an interview with Piers Morgan last night. He also slammed the President for failing to follow through […]

Fluoride: CDC Now Warns Against Consumption by Infants

“A new study has found that the protective shield fluoride forms on teeth is up to 100 times thinner than previously believed. This raises questions about how this renowned cavity-fighter really works…” Continue reading: Fluoride: CDC Now Warns Against Consumption by Infants

FDA Suddenly Bans Drugs That Have Been On The Market For Decades

“The business model of healthcare is about to change dramatically, and Big Pharma needs to do something to maintain their profits. Unfortunately, they seem to have chosen the path of regulating the competition out of existence, rather than competing and innovating.” http://techdirt.com/articles/20110324/02181913605/fda-suddenly-bans-drugs-that-have-been-market-decades.shtml

You Have More Money In Your Wallet Than Bank Of America Pays In Federal Taxes

  It is simply unfair for Main Street Americans who’ve already been battered by one of the worst economic crises in our history to have to continue to sacrifice … One Uncut US demonstrator carried a sign that read: “I pay almost 1/3 of my measly income, Bank of America pays […]

Free the Children, Cut the Budget

“As education historian E. G. West noted, it did not take laws to achieve virtually universal education in the nineteenth century (among the free population). But it did take laws to give us schools that function like indoctrination centers, preaching the glory of government while preparing children to be quiescent […]

Collective Bargaining & The Bottom Line

“To what extent is collective bargaining to blame for out-of-control state spending? Is clamping down on the ability of public-employee unions to negotiate an important tactic for closing what may grow to a combined $125 billion gap in state budgets next fiscal year? Reason.tv’s Nick Gillespie sat down with the Heritage Foundation’s […]