Archive for March, 2009
The administration unveiled a bank rescue plan yesterday that may cost more than $1 trillion and, according to one expert, ‘rob taxpayers.’
Among the few bright spots in the current economy are some tax breaks that homeowners may want to keep in mind during this tax filing season.
AstraZeneca and the FDA are facing criticism over antipsychotic drug Seroquel which numerous lawsuits allege causes metabolic disorders.
Agents of the government are steadily chipping away at the First Amendment right of free speech, which is one of the first steps taken by authorities in a move toward socialism. Read this article to learn more…
In these uncertain times many families may be looking for ways to keep themselves safe, and one website provides a comprehensive guide to the most recent wilderness and urban survival equipment.
In reaction to the bill that imposes a tax on bailed-out companies’ bonus recipients, a Republican congressman has said the move may be ‘legally questionable.’
Most seniors (in fact most people) are dehydrated. Our thirst mechanism begins to fade with age. Even people who are seriously dehydrated will not drink water placed near them. Water is a nutrient and possesses a dominant metabolic role in all physiological functions of the body. Read this article to find out more about why we are not sick—we’re thirsty…