Archive for June, 2010
President Obama addressed the nation last week, nearly two months after the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico began, but a new survey shows Americans gave him a low mark for his effort.
As the Federal government tries to mount a legal challenge to the controversial Arizona immigration law, a new poll has found that a majority of Americans continue to support the measure, in line with some of the early polls that were conducted shortly after it was passed in April.
As I watched President Barack Obama’s Oval Office speech last week—in which he offered up empty buckets of hope—I reflected on the Greens and the crisis their President is muddling through. Read this article to learn what may be behind the silence of the environmentalists…
The Continental Congress was struggling to find funds and provisions for the Revolutionary forces when it decided to issue its own currency. On June 22, 1776, it issued $2 million in paper money. The currency featured the likeness of Revolutionary soldiers and carried the inscription, “The United Colonies.” The “Continentals,” as the bills were known, […]
Women who take moderate doses of vitamin D and calcium supplements are not at any additional risk of having abnormally high coronary artery calcium (CAC) scores, a new study has found.
Despite the call by some watchdog groups for Congress to expedite the passing of the DISCLOSE Act, the legislation has come under increasing fire from conservative organizations, including gun rights advocates.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton surprised many—including the Justice Department and the White House—by recently declaring on an overseas news program that the Federal government will sue the state of Arizona over its controversial new immigration law.
Among the various patterns of imbalance defined in Chinese medicine, “food stagnation” is one of the most common in the United States. Food stagnation refers to the stoppage or “stagnation” of undigested food and energy in the stomach. Read this article to learn the causes and solutions to food stagnation…
Seniors are prone to thick blood more than any other age group. Some literature calls it sludging, and aging causes it. Thick blood can lead to heart attack and stroke. You certainly don’t need a physician to prescribe a drug for this and you don’t need anybody to tell you if your blood is thick. […]
Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) openly questioned the character of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan last week, accusing the former Harvard Law School dean of being a hypocrite for not speaking out against the university’s acceptance of a $20 million donation from a Middle Eastern country that punishes homosexuality.