Archive for April, 2011
Nearly half of American households did not pay a Federal income tax this year, according to the Tax Policy Center.
Several hundred Tea Party supporters gathered on the Boston Common on April 15 to send a message to the Federal government: Don’t tread on me.
It’s been more than a month since the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, creating a nuclear power plant disaster, and residents of the United States are fearful that their health and even their lives may also be at risk. Read this article for some clarity on the dangers posed to Americans by Japan’s nuclear crisis…
Vegetarians and locavores — people who eat only locally-produced food — now have a new argument to support their lifestyle.
Two former Presidential candidates have teamed up to champion legislation promoting consumer privacy on the Internet.
The eye disease glaucoma is known as a silent threat because if you don’t undergo regular eye exams, you could fall victim and end up blind if not treated properly! One important factor is finding a doctor you trust. A respectful and open relationship with your physician can help you both examine the best course […]
A total of 241 tornadoes swept across 14 States this past week, killing at least 45 people, and injuring hundreds.
From time to time your kids “wander off the reservation.” They do things which you verbally deplore, but laugh about with your friends: “back when we did (whatever you just grounded your brat for), we didn’t get caught.”
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has clarified a State law regarding gun possession in places of worship, saying that the 2nd Amendment grants citizens the right to carry a firearm for personal protection.
Individuals at risk for stroke also appear to have an increased chance of developing age-related cognitive decline, according to researchers from the University of California.