Daily Archives: November 22, 2010

Congress’ Median Household Net Worth: One Picture Is Worth 1000 Words

Despite a stubbornly sour national economy congressional members’ personal wealth collectively increased by more than 16 percent between 2008 and 2009…


What Scientists Really Think About the TSA Naked Body Scanners

Scientists with the University of California at San Francisco were so worried that they wrote a letter to the White House Office of Science and Technology in April, 2010 raising “a number of red flags” on the scanners’ safety.


Shadow Housing Inventory Jumps To 2.1 Million: Severe Correction Awaits

The total supply of 6.3 million units has returned to the worst levels of 2008. And that doesn’t even include delinquencies of less than 90 days, which would push the shadow inventory up to 7 million.


Gonzalo Lira: A Full Body Scan of American Corruption

The ways x-rays cause cancer is, the photons ionize atoms in cells. The chemical bonds therefore break down—the cells literally rip apart, including DNA. This can in time lead to cancer. The direct causal link between excessive doses of x-rays…


Doing battle with the ADHD-industrial complex

As the mother of a teenager who got a diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in 2004, I wasn’t surprised to read the new government report that said the number of ADHD cases in children jumped by 22% between 2003 and 2007 


America: In the midst of a hostile takeover?

Currently, it is my belief that as a nation we are in the process of a hostile takeover facilitated by government on behalf of multi-national corporations and world organizations. At stake is our land, water, food, communications and even the air we…