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Gag me: Many nurses squeamish about 'one thing'
Fri Nov 30, 2012
Sputum. It took all I could do to keep my stomach from doing back flips every time I saw that sputum jar on the wall. Like other nurses, I have been covered in everything imaginable that the human body can produce, but nothing else bothered me.
Seniors face retirement 'perfect storm' in 2013
Fri Nov 16, 2012
You also don't have any rights in the US as a US citizen. Google "NDAA" for details.
Despite constant bloodshed, Mexico is ignored during White House race
Sat Nov 3, 2012
Of course we could never legalize drugs here because that would cause unemployment in the prison-industrial complex.
Organic food no better than conventional for kids, pediatricians say
Mon Oct 22, 2012
Very interesting that now as we approach California's vote on Prop. 37, that suddenly news outlets such as this one have taken an interest in telling us why not to eat organic.
Doctor shortage likely to worsen with health care law
Sat Jul 28, 2012
Of course if the "Powers that Be" really wanted to do something about the "doctor shortage", all they would have to do is to repeal the laws against "practicing medicine without a license", thus allowing nurses and other health care workers to do what they are trained to do without having to get a d …
Romney staff helps stamp out Paul's longshot hopes in Nebraska
Mon Jul 16, 2012
Those meanie Ron Paul supporters show up, followed the rules and won delegates while disinterested Romney people stayed home. Ron Paul people showed up and did the work. That's how they won what they got! Romney people slept while he paid for his delegates. To even entertain the notion of a Paul sup …
Penn State to renovate showers, locker room where Sandusky abused boys
Sat Jul 14, 2012
As the big coverup unraveled, we learn a renovation is in order. Keep your house tidy Penn State! That would include no mention of those inconvenient victims that tend to slum things up.
Romney weathers growing media clamor for policy details
Mon Jun 25, 2012
How ironic that the mainstream media complains that Romney isn't forthcoming with policy; while all along they had a candidate who was transparently clear on his, Ron Paul. Instead they chose to deride, trivialize, and ignore him. What goes around comes around.
Leak hits Shell Nigeria pipeline at center of environmental case
Tue May 8, 2012
Next time you read what a great thing the Keystone Pipeline will be, consider how nothing like this could happen along 1700 miles of our Heartland, your bread basket. It only happens in places like Nigeria, far from here. Oh except for the Kalamazoo river and the pristine Yellowstone River. And when …
Tornado near Tokyo kills one, injures dozens
Sun May 6, 2012
This would have been a perfect image for 350.org's "Connect the dots" campaign yesterday, where the organizers are trying to draw world-wide attention to the fact that climate change is real, and to highlight with images how people everywhere are impacted. Climate change is observed by extreme weath …
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