Archive for December, 2009
In an effort to satirize Californians who voted to repeal gay marriage laws to "protect the sanctity of marriage," a Sacramento man has started a petition to outlaw divorce amongst heterosexual couples, the Associated Press (AP) reports.
Ten years ago today the clock was ticking down on Y2K. Fast forward one decade. Washington and Wall Street are now betting the bank that technology is America’s savior. Technology was not the Antichrist a decade ago, nor is it our savior now. In fact, faster computers can’t possibly help us out of our current crisis. Read on to learn what that crisis is…
According to new research, pomegranate rinds can be turned into an ointment that is useful in treating methicillin-resistant staphylococuss aureus (MRSA) and other common hospital infections.
A potential redistricting in Louisiana following the 2010 census has some Republicans worried that their candidates will be put at a political disadvantage. As a result, many local commentators predict the process will cause a significant partisan fight next year.
A new order from Major General Anthony Cucolo, who is in charge of 22,000 U.S. troops in northern Iraq, regarding pregnancy among soldiers has ignited a firestorm of criticism and may have caused him to backtrack.
You may be one of thousands of Americans experiencing vision problems as you age. Blurred vision… difficulty seeing at night… double vision… and problems distinguishing colors are some common symptoms. But other symptoms may indicate a more serious condition called age-related macular degeneration (AMD). According to Michael Cutler, M.D., there are two forms of AMD—dry […]
We are living in challenging times, with change being the constant. Many of us are experiencing information overload with simply too much “stuff” to digest and act on. Many institutions, companies and individuals we thought were safe are in trouble. Read this article learn which investment you can always trust…
New research indicates the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils found in seafood may help protect the heart, eyes and kidneys.
The Obama administration’s recent announcement of the intention to purchase a nearly empty state prison in Thomson, Illinois, and transfer up to 100 prisoners currently held at the Guantanamo Bay prison has caused severe criticism.
While the debate about global warming rages on, two Republicans—California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin—have been trading jabs and publicly ridiculing each other’s climate policies.