Archive for April, 2012

Extended Adolescence

Saturday, April 28, 2012 19:14 7 Comments

There is a funny article in MedPage Today: “Kids Today Are Really Different.” The thesis of the article is essentially a psychobabble way of saying that a lot of folks just don’t grow up anymore. As usual, the solution offered is more government programs (on a global level) and more quasi-governmental academic experts to fix human [...]

This was posted under category: Boom-Bubble Phenomenon

The Zombie Archons

Saturday, April 28, 2012 18:53 1 Comment

A reader, Mitch Black, reminded me of the great Star Trek episode, “The Return of the Archons.” This episode is described as “The Enterprise discovers a planet where the population act like zombies and obey the will of their unseen ruler, Landru.” Society is built around obedience, while Landru, the master, uses mass telepathy to [...]

This was posted under category: Totalitarian Government

Do You Have a Moral Obligation to Sacrifice Your Children for the Government Schools?

Saturday, April 28, 2012 18:09 7 Comments

Do you have a moral obligation to sacrifice the life and happiness and future of your child for the collectivist-altruist false hope that you are benefitting society as a whole with the sacrificial offering? Rhiana Madenberg writes: So for me and my family, we are making the choice to be a part of the greater [...]

This was posted under category: Public School Prisons

The Economy of War and Theft

Saturday, April 28, 2012 17:42 2 Comments

A reader, Michael Manley, sent this GPS map to me (Andover, MA).  

This was posted under category: Security State, Tax Tyranny

The Latest Crisis: “Food Insecurity”

Saturday, April 28, 2012 16:57 5 Comments

Here is a paragraph from a story in the Columbus Dispatch: A little more than 17 percent of Franklin County residents met the government’s definition of “food insecure” in 2010, which means they didn’t always know whether they could put a decent meal on the table. …The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the national food-insecurity [...]

This was posted under category: Food Freedom

The Terror State

Thursday, April 26, 2012 18:08 6 Comments
This was posted under category: The Terror State

The American Disease Association Nutrition Prisons

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 18:40 No Comments

My new favorite reporter for the Carolina Journal, Sara Burrows, is covering the Diabetes Warrior case in North Carolina. I wrote about this story back in early March, in my blog post, “The ADA is a Totalitarian Arm of the State.” Writes Sara: But this past January the state diatetics and nutrition board decided Cooksey’s [...]

This was posted under category: Health Tyranny

The Clinician’s Guide to the Anti-Vaccinationists’ Galaxy

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 18:00 3 Comments

The upcoming issue of the journal Human Immunology will include an article, “The Clinician’s Guide to the Anti-Vaccinationists’ Galaxy,” which will be a propaganda toolbox for primary care physicians to use when dealing with vaccination deniers. Here is a snippet from an article by Dave Mihalovic, a Naturopathic Doctor writing in Parents who wish [...]

This was posted under category: Medical Establishment, Medical Tyranny

Keep the Public School Prisons Open Longer

Monday, April 23, 2012 15:14 5 Comments

Peter Orszag, a former OMB Director and the current Vice Chairman of Global Banking at Citigroup (no revolving doors between Wall Street and Government!), has penned a piece about why children need more time away from their parents and more time in the education hoosegow. It’s time for a change: Schools should remain open until [...]

This was posted under category: Public School Prisons

Another Attack on Meat By A Vegan Warrior and Mouthpiece for Big Agra

Monday, April 23, 2012 13:35 4 Comments

Recently, the New York Times opinion page ran a trash piece by James E. McWilliams called “The Myth of Sustainable Meat.” First off, it is very important to note that McWilliams is a left-wing environmental professor, animal rights activist, and vegan. McWilliams is also not a farmer, but rather, he is an academic who teaches environmental history [...]

This was posted under category: Eco-Agriculture