“ritual death….” Euthanasia Coaster “Euthanasia Coaster is a hypothetical euthanasia machine in the form of a roller coaster, engineered to humanely—with elegance and euphoria—take the life of a human being.” Without the slightest trace of shame…. Carousel Death Ritual From … Continue reading →
Organic dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger, like many other Wisconsin farmers, has fought with state officials over the right to sell raw milk from his Sauk County farm. Health officials are worried unsuspecting citizens could be exposed to bacteria-causing diseases if … Continue reading →
Treasury Secretary Martin Parkinson is warning Australians face declining living standards if they do not work harder. The debate has resurfaced after a state-controlled Chinese mining company bought 43 farms in northern New South Wales. abc.net.au | Jun 30, 2011 … Continue reading →
Low averages and few days above 20C piquenewsmagazine.com | Jun 30, 2011 By Andrew Mitchell This is officially one of the coldest springs and starts to summer on record for Whistler, although that’s not saying much with Environment Canada’s online … Continue reading →
www.abc.net.au | Jun 30, 2011 By Anna Henderson The weather bureau says Darwin (Map) residents are experiencing the coldest June on record. Senior forecaster Graeme King says minimum temperatures have dropped into the teens every day this month. “It has … Continue reading →
This is a wonderful video that tells truths you may or not have heard. It speaks to the core of the learning inherent to the market process. I don’t need to add the implications: IP is based on a complete myth. Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:When In Doubt, Blame the Speculators – Again Something Ventured Can’t Be Released Soon Enough Tim Geithner tells the truth Related posts:
Today a three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit dismissed William Isely’s appeal of a Federal Trade Commission order refusing to compensate Isely for the $130,000 in legal fees he incurred defending himself in an earlier FTC case. The FTC had falsely accused Isely, an elderly retiree, of running a foreign website that allegedly made false claims about the health benefits of certain herbal supplements. FTC staff intentionally ignored evidence that another individual was responsible for the website. Despite ultimately dismissing its own case against Isely, the FTC refused to compensate him, as required by ... Related posts:
“Owning a house remains central to Americans’ sense of well-being,” write David Streitfeld and Megan Thee-Brenan for The New York Times, “even as many doubt their home is a good investment after a punishing recession.” The NYT and CBS teamed up to poll about a thousand folks and determined that 9 of 10 Americans believe home ownership is a part of the American dream. More of those polled think the government should help homeowners in distress even more than the unemployed. Who’s to blame for the housing crash? “Only a handful of respondents at either moment [2008 or now] blamed ... Related posts:
Contrary to the groupthink so pervasive in the military-industrial complex, there is absolutely zero evidence that Iran is building a nuclear bomb. Even top intelligence officials conceded in their National Intelligence Estimates (N.I.E.’s) that such claims were false and unsubstantiated. Unforunately,the lies and propaganda of the military-industrial complex are spreading, much like in the run up ...
Ron Paul sent out the following email earlier today: Dear Supporter, The FEC reporting deadline is tonight! Enthusiasm and support for my campaign is surging, as we have raised over $4 million. But in order for the establishment to stand up and take notice, this reporting period must show the maximum possible money raised. Now, ... Related posts:
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