Archive for June, 2009
The Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled yesterday that Governor Mark Sanford must accept the $700 million in federal stimulus money that was set aside for his state.
The Atlantic hurricane season started three days ago, and it may be useful to review some suggestions for staying safe during a violent storm.
Much has been said about the Washington-announced amnesty for holders of undeclared offshore assets, but one expert says the states’ offers may be more attractive.
According to a study conducted by Australian scientists, the Chinese meditative exercise known as tai chi may relieve joint pain in arthritis sufferers.
Let me say it right at the outset: Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor is a long way from being the sort of strict constructionist I’d like to see on the U.S. Supreme Court. I want someone who respects the U.S. Constitution to the point of revering it.
A major personality in the Republican Party has once again broken ranks on the issue of same-sex marriage stirring more conflict within the already divided GOP.
The National Inflation Association has issued new warnings about an impending rise in inflation and provided more suggestions about protecting families and assets in difficult times.
Researchers have announced a new naturally-derived drug has shown promise in treating a highly malignant form of brain tumor known as glioblastoma multiforme.
Here’s a new low in pharmaceutical amorality! A drug company is marketing a vaccination for boys to prevent cancer of a body part that they don’t even have—a cervix. A cervical cancer vaccination for girls is a hoax—but for boys? And vaccinations expose most children to toxins in the vaccine, as well as potential health risks. Find out the facts when you read this article…
A new survey of government managers has indicated the bad economy is altering retirement plans among state and local government employees as a vast majority of those eligible to retire stay on the job.