Archive for January, 2009
The UK’s Home Office has approved new powers for the police and M15 that would allow them to hack into private computers without a warrant.
President-elect Barack Obama is reportedly considering giving Americans a $300 billion tax cut to help boost the flagging economy.
As a number of states look at ways to increase revenue, Oregon is looking at an unusual measure: taxing the number of miles driven rather than increasing the gas tax.
As the Bush administration enters its last weeks in office, Vice President Dick Cheney has been defending decisions made while he has been in the White House.
The falling exchange value of the U.S. dollar is a subject no politician will touch. Believe me—there is a purpose behind the weak state of our currency that the government does not want you to know about, and inflation plays a part in it. Find out what the government is up to—and what you can do about it—when you read this article…
The difficulty of balancing privacy issues with the need to protect the public has been highlighted by a new Georgia law.
Can economic recovery be achieved while the government is attempting to enact social and economic changes?
Fosamax, which is commonly prescribed to treat osteoporosis, may raise a person’s risk of developing cancer of the esophagus, according to an FDA warning.
Acid is of extreme importance all of us—the life or death kind of importance. But doctors do not seem to heeding this! Acid in the tissue is bad for your health, but acid in your stomach is absolutely essential for your digestive process to perform smoothly and to prevent disease—even cancer. But pharmaceuticals and TV advertising keep telling Americans that stomach acid is bad! Find out the real truth in this article…