Monthly Archive: August 2018

Aug 19

More doctors leaving the medical profession, citing growing hassles, regulation

The medical profession is probably the world’s most overregulated profession. Compliance paperwork is now a major component of being a medical doctor. And recently, the industry’s authorities have pushed for all medical records to be digitized and electronic–so that such records can be easily transferred to other doctors (and the government). Many older physicians are …

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Aug 11

Private donations to Puerto Rico intercepted by government; food left to rot; hundreds dead

SAN JUAN, P.R. If the private sector had been free to help Puerto Ricans after the devastating hurricanes of 2017, the island would have quickly recovered. Power and running water would have been restored within a week. But government officials “took charge” of donations and recovery efforts. Some Puerto Ricans have been without power and …

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Aug 08

Professor John Lamb: I will walk again!

An update on Lysander Spooner University’s favorite professor of journalism, John Lamb. In April John was involved in a horrible and tragic traffic wreck on I-90 near Three Forks, Montana. John smashed into a semi tractor and it took more than 45 minutes to pry his body from the wreckage. John Lamb broke dozens of …

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Aug 08

Study: Welfare has impoverished millions, poisoned entire communities

“Welfare” in the popular sense originated in the 1960s with President Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty.” By the 1980s, profound research by academics documented that households which accepted welfare payments were WORSE OFF 5 years later compared to similarly-situated households which did not receive welfare “benefits.” (Much of this research was PAID FOR BY THE …

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Aug 05

Oregon State Computers Crash for 8 to 48 Hours across the State

Governments everywhere seek constantly to take over and control the world’s computer systems–frequently claiming people’s computer are vulnerable to failure, sabotage, hacking or “cyberterror.” When these messages fail to gain traction, governments claim they must control everyone’s computer use to stop corporations from charging differently for different speeds, or from charging the poor more than …

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Aug 05

South African government prepares to take farmland from owners without compensation

The socialist government of South Africa has sanctioned killings of hundreds of property owners in recent years. Now, once again, the government is making clear its intention to remove white farmers from the land and take the land without compensation. See here.

Aug 05

Chinese government censors all info about vaccine failures–again

July 27. Epoch Times. China’s censorship regime once again kicked into full swing to conceal information that a major Chinese vaccine producer has produced and sold many hundreds of thousands of doses of vaccines which were either “substandard,” contained little or no vaccine, or contaminated. The Chinese internet has scrubbed all information about the coverrup. …

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