Monthly Archives: February 2013

Amazing!

I have psoriasis and I have treated it with an assortment of prescriptions over the years.  Just recently, though, I went in to renew a prescription for desoximetasone after I changed my insurance plan.  The medication was going to cost … Continue reading

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Really?????

From “News of the wierd” Saturday February 23 – “An estimated 3.2 million  kids ages 5 to 12 take mixed-martial arts classes, and some are training to administer beatdowns modeled after the adults’ Ultimate Fighting Championships, according to a January … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage and Executive Salaries

The issue of a minimum wage increase has come up again in the Presidents state of the union speech.  Unfortunately, the Democrats only give it lip service and the Republicans oppose it so there is little chance of change.  It … Continue reading

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Health care cost control

One of the most important parts of a government sponsored health care plan should be cost control and there is nothing in the Obama plan that does this.  A recent research project tried to determine what a standard procedure (hip … Continue reading

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Happiness Index???

I just read that our government is thinking about trying to measure and then publish a “happiness index”.  Wow!  I can just imagine the runup to the next election.  The government will pass out free pot to everyone in the … Continue reading

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New Book

After weeks of being hidden away, working over the keyboard, my newest nolvel, “The Fourth State” is ready to go.   There is still a final edit and some formatting and cover art needed but it will be available at Amazon … Continue reading

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Emperor Obama adds new powers

“Obama campaigned in 2008 as a fierce critic of George W. Bush’s national security policies, but he has apparently learned to stop worrying and love nearly unfettered executive power—the literal power of life and death over fellow U.S. citizens overseas … Continue reading

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