Sunday, April 26, 2015

You Don't Have to Be White to be Xenophobic

It's not only white people who are anti-immigrant, xenophobic, and ethnically cleansing. It seems to be a curse of the human race.
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Sunday, April 19, 2015

(Anti-) Religious Persecution

I found out about persecution of atheists and anti-religion people through CHURCH AND STATE magazine. Here's the article:
Although I'm not an atheist, I certainly support their rights.

If you're interested in the campaign against (non-) religious persecution, you can see more information at:

http://iheu.org/end-blasphemy-laws-a-new-campaign/


Sunday, April 12, 2015

It Couldn't Happen There (a good law)

In the U.S., distributors are free to cut films and make other changes to boost their profits. In an example of a good law, in Denmark... ONLY THE FILMMAKER can make such changes. Cutting without the directors permission is illegal.

Now, tell me again, censorship is only something done by the government, right?

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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Another Tradition Bites the PC Dust

This is from THIS WEEK magazone, April 3, 2015. Like bullfighting, a hundred year tradition bites the dust from outside pressure of those who don't understand.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Thinking of buying a new TV?

Ok, I don't think I'll be getting a new TV in this millennium! And... er... what do people DO in front of the TV anyway?
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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Awww that high Corporate Tax Rate...

Last year some Tea Party-ites ran a Tea Vee ad about how China will pass the US in corporate strength because all the money has been  drained from US corps by taxes. The trouble is... THEY DON'T PAY THOSE TAXES!!!

This is from Mother Jones, click on the image if you can't see the complete article.


Saturday, February 7, 2015

An American Solution

So, we've got a feature on how Big Pharma holds the public hostage by selling its exclusive pills for $1000 a dose.




































Then the AARP bulletin talks about how much Alzheimer's treatment costs and suggests a way to reduce it by "approving market exclusivity... for medicines that can slow the progression of dementia."

Sure, that'll do the trick.



Sure we got the cure... if you got the bucks (can you say 1% anyone?)

And... could you tell me how 20 years of $1000 a day medication will "save hundreds of billions of dollars?"