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Rodman’s Attempts At Diplomacy Leave Something To Be Desired

Posted on January 10, 2014

Dennis Rodman

Former NBA star Charles D. Smith says he feels remorse for coming to Pyongyang with Dennis Rodman for a game on the North Korean leader’s birthday because the event has been dwarfed by politics and tainted by Rodman’s own comments. Smith and other former NBA players are scheduled to play with Rodman against a team […]

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FedGov Orders 14 Million Potassium Iodide Tablets. PI Prevents Cancer Due to Nuclear Radiation.

Written by Gary North on January 6, 2014

The largest order in history is being planned by the federal government. PI is given in preparation for radiation poisoning. Wikipedia reports: In 1982, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved potassium iodide to protect thyroid glands from radioactive iodine involving accidents or fission emergencies. In an accidental event or attack on a nuclear power […]

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Doomsday Code: 00000000

Posted on January 6, 2014

By Karl Smallwood Today I found out that during the height of the Cold War, the US military put such an emphasis on a rapid response to an attack on American soil, that to minimize any foreseeable delay in launching a nuclear missile, for nearly two decades they intentionally set the launch codes at every […]

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Phil Everly, RIP

Written by Gary North on January 4, 2014

Phil Everly is dead. He died of heart failure at age 74. The Everly Brothers shaped rock and roll. No pair of singers were better in the late 1950s. I was there. I remember. I sold records after school. No one I knew ever hated the Everly Brothers. Back in 1970, I met them. It […]

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Father Time and the Pagan New Year

Written by Gary North on December 31, 2013

Google supplies us with lots of images of Father Time. In most cases, he is carrying a scythe. Why? Have you ever thought about this? You should have, but you probably haven’t. Who was Father Time? He was not the grim reaper. His scythe was not for reaping. He was Chronos. Chronos was the ancient […]

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Does Your Favorite Charity Meet These Standards?

Written by Gary North on December 23, 2013

Here is an interview with Ken Berger, who runs the Charity Navigator rating service. I recommended using Charity Navigator in my Tip of the Week last Saturday. You can read it here. KEN BERGER: We think there are three critical things to consider. One is the finances of the organization. Is it managed well financially? […]

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Seattle’s Spy Boxes: “They Are for Your Safety.”

Posted on November 14, 2013

If you’re walking around downtown Seattle, look up: You’ll see off-white boxes, each one about a foot tall with vertical antennae, attached to utility poles. If you’re walking around downtown while looking at a smartphone, you will probably see at least one—and more likely two or three—Wi-Fi networks named after intersections: “4th&Seneca,” “4th&Union,” “4th&University,” and […]

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Antibiotics Don’t Work Any Longer. Therefore. . . ?

Posted on October 25, 2013

The more you use an antibiotic, the more you expose a bacteria to an antibiotic, the greater the likelihood that resistance to that antibiotic is going to develop. So the more antibiotics we put into people, we put into the environment, we put into livestock, the more opportunities we create for these bacteria to become […]

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California: The Solution to the Problem of Illegal Aliens

Written by Gary North on October 8, 2013

Jerry Brown recently signed into law a bill that prohibits California law enforcement agencies the authority to hand over illegal aliens unless the aliens have committed a major crime. This will make the federal government’s border patrol, and the immigration control organization, the major source of any arrests. They will get no further cooperation from […]

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