Category Archives: 113th Congress

A small benefit from treating minor elevations of Blood Pressure

This ain’t gonna knock you down, but there is a small benefit in reducing strokes for patients treated for minor elevations of blood pressure.
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Here we go–diabetes, type II, is overdiagnosed and over treated?

I do not deny that diabetes is a serious problem.

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Groups write McConnell/Boehner to oppose wind subsidy in lame duck session

“Rejecting efforts to extend the PTC is a meaningful way for this Congress to oppose the President’s climate plan.” Continue reading

Silly Camille expresses shock

This is a somewhat delayed commentary on a Camille Paglia put down of the Bamster, whom she thinks is still wonderful.

Camille needs a brain transplant. She can’t understand why the dem party is producing such nonsense and anti little guy policies. Hey Camille, WAKE THE HELL UP.

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Digoxin is a problem?

Here’s the way it developed, Digoxin was a drug that had an important role in treatment of many heart related conditions but it does have it’s downsides.

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Paul Driessen says two can play the litigation game–he’s right

Ok, an objective judge, reviewing the evidence, would allow a claim against Greenpeace for disrupting economies in a criminal conspiracy that includes gov funding of cliimate panic junk science on an enormous scale.

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Indoctrination 101 enviro nuts and flakes

UC Santa Barbara–teaching teachers to drink the koolaid and not ask questions.

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