Poland’s Health Minister, Ewa Kopacz, was heavily criticized for her decision not to purchase the swine flu vaccines. The Polish Ombudsman, Janusz Kochanowski (appointed as the mediary for citizen rights) threatened to sue Kopacz for her decision.
Kapacz considered purchasing… [read]
This 1985 Toyota MR2 gets 30 mpg and is still running fine. It derserves some recognition.
In a sea of larger, seemingly much more imposing cars the 1988 MR2 sticks out like a sore thumb hitchhiking back to a time… [read]
He had cancer, 7 lumps on his leg. He also had terrible breath, was overweight, had diarrhea, and he shed like crazy.
I adopted three dogs recently, one from the Fulton County Animal Shelter, and two from an individual who… [read]
Act Now! (satire)
In light of President Obama’s continued efforts to clean up our environment by pushing for clean coal and nuclear power, signing the extension of the Patriot Act, and his inspiring warlord like acceptance speech for the Nobel… [read]
I was a senior in high school the first time I attempted a natural cure. One day my glands swelled up and my throat hurt so badly I could barely swallow. I looked like I had the mumps.
I’d read… [read]
Big Business, the term never used to turn my stomach. Now it does.
In my years of naiveté, the words “big business” meant industry, lots of jobs, lots of money, philanthropy. Corporate America was dependable, responsible. Men and women chose… [read]
The hardest thing to get rid of is the brainwashing that conventional wisdom has instilled into the modern American.
People have asked me how hard it is to cure cancer or diabetes. These are actually two of the easiest “incurable”… [read]