Sunday, April 25, 2010

Physician Morale

Physician morale is at an all-time low. Two out of three physicians would leave medicine tomorrow if they could.

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Eating Together As Family

   Children who regularly engage with their parents around the dinner table have larger vocabularies, make better grades, and are less likely to experiment with drugs and premarital sex.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Crazy Debt

   The US national debt stands at more than $12.5 trillion. That's $41,000 per person. Over the next 10 years, the national debt is expected to double.

   If you were to imagine a business that began in the year that Christ was born, and imagine that that business proceeds to lose a million dollars a day, every day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, and it keeps on doing it and keeps on doing it, it would be another thousand years from now before that business had lost $1 trillion. That's how much money we're talking about.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

An Attack On Liberty-Loving Colleges

   Ronald Reagan said it best.
   "The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help.'"
   Why would a government deeply, hopelessly in debt seek a monopoly on college loans?
   Some colleges do not accept federal dollars even indirectly through student financial-aid programs. If they did, they understand they would have to accept federal control over their curricula and other matters.
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Another American Murdered By Mexican Invader

   It's time to stop the lies and face the truth: We have no border security.
   The government could do the right thing and secure our borders so we could then have a debate over what to do about the 15 to 20 million illegal aliens already here. Or they could pretend to secure the borders and hope no one noticed they were lying. We know which path they took.

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Another Lie Exposed

   A 15-year-old Gazan who Palestinians had claimed was killed by Israeli fire last week, returned home alive and well Friday after spending several days in Egyptian custody.
  A number of Palestinian news agencies, however, reported that he had been found dead by paramedics east of the non-operational Gaza International Airport in Dahaniyeh.
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Friday, April 2, 2010

From “The Marketing Of Evil” By David Kupelian

   “Saline abortions have to be done in the hospital because of complications that can arise,” says ob-gyn staffer Debra Henry. “Not that they can’t arise during other times, but more so now. The saline, a salt solution, is injected into the woman’s sac and the baby swallows it. The baby starts dying a slow, violent death. The mother feels everything, and many times this is the point when she realizes that she really has a live baby inside of her, because the baby starts fighting violently for his or her life. He’s just fighting inside because he is burning.”
   “One night a lady delivered, and I was called in to see her because she was uncontrollable,” said David Brewer, MD. “I went into her room, and here was her little saline abortion baby kicking. It had been born alive, and was kicking and moving for a little while before it finally died of those terrible burns, because the salt solution gets into the lungs and burns the lungs, too.”


   Since the Supreme Court's controversial Roe vs. Wade decision in 1973, American doctors have performed well over 40 million abortions.
   Worldwide the number is over 1,470,000,000 and rising by the second.

Safe For Whom?

   Hilary Clinton (who seems to be taking on the form and shape of many other political insiders getting thicker by the month) is behaving much like a socialist (who tend to tell others what they should do).
   Three times recently, she has spoken into Canadian affairs through the attempted game of distant intervention.
   Her latest declaration directs itself at the Prime Minister’s maternal health initiative for the world’s poorest countries. Ms. Clinton says there must be access to legal, safe abortion.
   Ms. Clinton does not explain how abortion is safe for the child.

Regular Service

   WestJet announced it will fly between Toronto and Varadero, Cayo Coco and Holguin, Cuba, on a scheduled basis from April on. WestJet has served the three destinations on a charter basis since November 2009.

From Where You View

   Today, one of the older residents at Parkview Manor said, "Some of the younger people here, two of them, now have computers."
   Her definition of younger people are those who are not yet eighty.