April 13, 2012
At a January 25 2011 lecture titled Stabilising the global population: Where next for the Millennium Development Goals for health and nutrition professor Anthony Costello of the Institute of Global Health told his audience that “climate denialism” in the US is “a major problem”, both culturally and politically, “that’s got to be addressed.”
Preceding these remarks Costello stressed that the phrase “climate skeptics” needs to be removed from the vocabulary [...]
You’d be amazed at how many entitlement programs there are here in California! You want to pop out a baby, or two or three! You’re not working either? And your mother and grandmother never worked? You don’t know who your Baby Daddy(s) are? No problem!!! That dirty rich Taxpayer (or anyone who makes $75K and up) will be HAPPY to bankroll you.
Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM)
You have a baby [...]
How The U.S. Will Become A 3rd World Country (Part 1)
The United States is increasingly similar to a 3rd world county in several ways and is accelerating towards 3rd world status. Economic data indicate a harsh reality that obviates mainstream political debate. The evidence suggests that, without fundamental reforms, the U.S. will become a post industrial neo-3rd-world country by 2032.
Fundamental characteristics that define a 3rd world country include high unemployment, [...]
Too much time spent sitting increases the risk of developing cancer, even for those who exercise regularly. That’s according to research presented Thursday morning at the American Institute for Cancer Research’s annual conference.
The AICR presented data suggesting that about 100,000 new cases of breast cancer and colon cancer per year can be associated with physical inactivity. One study presented at the conference and published in October in the journal Cancer Prevention Research [...]
WHEN the dismal news came on July 8th that the unemployment rate had risen fractionally to 9.2%, both Republicans and Democrats declared the data proof of the folly of the other party’s policies. How, Republicans asked, could Democrats even consider raising taxes when the economy is so weak? How, Democrats retorted, could Republicans advocate big cuts in the safety net when so many Americans are [...]