JunkScience.com has been right for 17.5 years! Continue reading
I continue to be irritated with media efforts to cover for the bamster, their favorite politician of all time.
Polling by Pew, a liberal organization indeed should always be taken with a grain of salt.
The Battleground poll is the best, Gallup is not so much, NBC, NYT, ABC WAPO CNN are what they are, an arm of the dem socialist machine. They get their marching orders from the left. Then there are serious agit prop machines like the Soros sponsored outfits.
However the government agencies are a part of the system–like the Bureau of Labor Stats and their ginned up unemployment numbers.
Here’s Bruce Walker, a regular very insightful political commentator at American Thinker to provide some perspective on this polling report that has been publicized so much.
The headlines say sea level could rise the height of a man, the text says only a 5% chance. Your latest propaganda from contemplations on seal level rise. Continue reading
There is a big splash that the BMW MINI Cooper fuel economy labels require changing based on an EPA audit. Doesn’t seem like a big deal. Continue reading
I knew that he was well-connected and Vitter obviously knew what I knew.
Watts exposed the deceptions, but the important thing, from the very beginning was the satellite system.
Tuberculosis is a major health factor around the world.
I have a TB test that’s positive, going back to my medical student days when I took care of a Vet at the Omaha VA who had TB.
This story describes the present day impact of TB.
I had the privilege of doing my internship at Harlem Hospital In 1971-72. The new 17 floor, 1000 bed hospital was built next to the old Harlem Hospital of modest proportions and the old Hospital was continued as a TB Hospital. TB is more of a problem for Blacks beyond any socio economic factors, they seem to be more susceptible to the disease.
My pediatric rotation was on a service that was dominated by Indian physicians, who described the peds wards in Indian Hospitals. Patients with the long-term effects of TB–bone disease of the spine, for example, were in the back row as they described it.
That gives you a little comparison of how it impacted an emerging country 40 plus years ago–consider the impact of TB in rural South America, Asia and Africa today.