Archive for September, 2008
People who rely on a number of specialty biotech drugs to treat their health conditions saw prices rise by 8.7 percent last year, an AARP investigation found.
The government’s $700 billion bailout of troubled financial institutions may actually end up benefiting taxpayers in the long run, analysis by Barron’s has claimed.
The current economic turmoil on Wall Street makes it more difficult than ever to know where to store your precious cash.
Hospitals in dozens of states across the country could be storing low-level radioactive material on their premises because there is no disposal alternative, according to a report in the Associated Press.
Health risks connected with cell phone use have not adequately been explored, an expert has warned a congressional subcommittee.
America’s largest internet service providers have told the Senate Commerce Committee that they do not engage in behavior that infringes on customers’ privacy.
Actually the government doesn’t bail anybody out. They simply create credit and make it available to those on the inside. Unknown completely to the American people, every “bailout” cost every dollar holder because it dilutes their dollars and the result is reduced purchasing power. They steal trillions of dollars this way and they will finally reduce the middle class in the US to poverty.
There is plenty of precedent and history. It happened in Germany in 1923 and ruined most of the German people. Only those who bought gold and foreign currencies preserved their savings.
I believe that the government could try to confiscate gold at any time. They can make up a reason and the people will believe what they are told. I think that the ETFS were set up to confiscate. This is the perfect scheme for a huge catch of gold for the government to take all at once. Its too tempting when things get really bad with paper money.
Americans are paying more out of their own pockets for health insurance than ever before, according to new statistics.
Large quantities of fine, organic particle pollutants are not being addressed by current air quality regulations, scientists suggest.