Monthly Archives: July 2009

We Need French Healthcare – The Facts

The Facts: • 46 million Americans are currently without health insurance; • 60 million Americans, both insured and uninsured, have inadequate access to primary care due to a shortage of physicians and other health service providers in their community; • … Continue reading

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The Bailouts: The Greatest Heist In Our History

I found this video while reading news articles online.  These guys summarize what this bail-out garbage is about. In the past I’ve talked about this same thing. Bankers inflated the markets lending out tons and tons of money (much of … Continue reading

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New Zealand Apparently Needs 9 Billion From Us

Mass foreclosures across the country, Social Security and Medicare going bankrupt, unemployment is on the rise, and they tell us we have no money for health-care or paying for student’s college education.  That’s what the corporate owned news media tells … Continue reading

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Studies Continue

Tonight was my first night of serious study in quantum mechanics.  I had put off studying it until after I had mastered the other areas of physics which came before.  I didn’t want to jump into something that complicated without … Continue reading

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My Views On Politics And Everything Going On

Here are the paramount issues in politics which matter to me, and the changes I would like to see. 1. For the federal and state governments to operate within balanced budgets, and for everyday Americans to live within their means … Continue reading

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