In the End, We’re All Fruit
Last weekend, as Final Four fans swarmed the streets of Atlanta, another group of dedicated fans gathered in the Centennial Olympic Park for free concerts sponsored mainly by Coca-Cola. It’s estimated up to 35,000 people (and I) crammed together (for Read more →
Study Says Tap Water Can Cause Food Allergies Later
Researchers with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine analyzed more than 10,000 Americans who were part of an ongoing U.S. survey of health and nutrition. They analyzed their urine levels and found more than 2,200 patients had measurable levels of Read more →
Worst Time to Find a Job if you’re 16 – 24
US residents have faced tough employment prospects in recent years, but perhaps no group has been harder hit than those between the ages of 16 and 24. A report published by the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center says that 13.8 percent of Read more →
Gold Coin Sales Soar Over Economy Worries
As small investors fret about the lack of action addressing America’s ballooning debt, demand for gold coins in the US has soared since the presidential election. The US Mint’s sales of American Eagles, one of the most popular gold coins, leapt Read more →
Changing the Heart of a Nation
Pre-war Germany was deeply in debt. It had a massive unemployment rate, and many backed Adolf Hitler knowing what he was doing to the Jews, supporting him nonetheless because of his successful fiscal policies. There are millions in our country Read more →
Police State: Troopers Conduct Body Cavity Searches on Main Road!
Privacy? Search warrant? Nope, just aggressive cavity searching as traffic passes by…. Two Texas women are suing after state troopers subjected them to a humiliating and invasive ‘roadside body cavity search’ that was caught on video. Female trooper Kellie Helleson Read more →
Family Education: FREE App from Old Schoolhouse!
In the wake of the tragedy in a public school in CT, more and more parents will be considering the option of homeschooling as a safer, more interactive option for educating their preschoolers (and older kids). “Whoa, whoa, WHOA,” you Read more →
Rep. Tim Scott: A Unique Political Talent
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley appointed tea party Rep. Tim Scott Monday to succeed resigning Sen. Jim DeMint, making him the first African-American Republican to serve in the U.S. Senate in more than three decades and the first black senator Read more →