Archive for June, 2009
A University of Iowa law professor has written about whether or not government should be involved in regulating marriage.
Cognitive therapy such as meditation may be effective in the management of urinary incontinence in women, new research has found.
The nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court has provoked a barrage of criticism from President Obama’s opponents, but some have cautioned the GOP against taking a tough line.
An abortion doctor has been shot and killed Sunday at a Kansas church where he served as an usher.
White tea is being hailed as a possible solution to the obesity problem after experiments have shown its extract helps regulate fat tissue metabolism.
What would you do if agents of the government stormed into your home, ransacked it, handcuffed and arrested your teenaged son? What would you do if three months later your son was being imprisoned without being charged and was being denied bail? What would you do if you knew your son hadn’t done what he’s accused of doing and you could prove it, but weren’t being given an opportunity? Welcome to America under the USA Patriot Act. Read on to lean the plight of Ashton Lundeby…