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Dean Kirkland

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All About Your Health

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The stunning political victory of Scott Brown yesterday in the Massachusetts senate race, in my view as an independent, sends a message to the politicians in Washington. Surprisingly the airways are filled this morning with the wrong  analysis of what went wrong?  Its the economy. Its health care reform. Its jobs. Governo

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Your humble scribe is on assignment exploring the depths of  liberalism and intellectual elitism.  At the same time I am scratching my head about the political earthquake (magnitude 8.5) that occurred in Massachusetts this week. I am also searching for tasteful jokes, geologic wonders and paths to happiness. Posting will

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Okay. Just so you know: The Top-Ten Comedic News Stories of the Year are as different from the Top-Ten Legitimate News Stories of the Year as a tower of giraffes is from a small paper bag of locking quarter-inch steel washers painted blue. Other stuff may have had a bigger impact on America and the …

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It might have been the shortest honeymoon this side of a drunken Britney Spears careening off of quarter poker video games in Vegas. I’m talking about Barack Obama’s relationship with the press after his inauguration as the 44th president of the United States. His hands-off grace period might even have edged into negati

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It is the wackiest photo-op since Sarah Palin went herself a-turkey-farming. Three ex-presidents, the current president and the future president all kicking it old school, chilling in the Oval Office talking about what cool carpeting abounds. The five of them together IS a great image. And if Barack Obama is serious about t

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Hats off to the Illinois governor for shooting so high above and beyond the normal arc of political malfeasance that hes probably annoyed NASA by interfering with satellite traffic. After years of highlighting nuances and scrutinizing minute distinctions, its downright thrilling to finally find someone acting crookeder than

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You’d think that the two remaining presidential-division heavyweights squaring off on national TV would produce a modicum of action. You know, a knockdown, a busted nose; maybe a rabbit punch to the back of the head or a chunk of an ear spit through the ropes into Tom Brokaw’s lap. Something. You’d think. But you’d

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It is the stuff of nightmares. You hear the shabby shuffle of their somnambulant stutter and your skin begins to crawl. To see their haunted hollow eyes on the cable news shows taking no notice of their surroundings is a spiral straight into terror. The worst part is the cries of the children as they …

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By Bill Steigerwald Its hard to find anyone who likes Americas health care system, including John Goodman, president and founder of the National Center for Policy Analysis. But youll never find Goodman saying that health care is better in places like Europe, where socialist governments provide free universal health care for

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The central economic crisis of the next five years may not be the greed-induced worldwide recession were now mired in – but the rampant global inflation that the politicians response to that recession could trigger. Recessions, and even depressions, come and go. But inflation has the potential to stick around for deca

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Several of our friends, Rich, Sally, Nikkie and George to be specific, have discussed, over a cup of coffee, the issue of immigration policy for the U.S.A., a current hot political topic. They, and others, have circulated a widely viewed YouTube video entitled, Immigration Gumballs, produced by Roy Beck. The skeptic that I

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For most conservatives and Republicans, The Wall Street Journal long has been a trusted source of political and economic enlightenment. When it comes to immigration policy, however, many conservatives disagree fiercely with The Journal, which strongly supported the immigration reform bill that was killed in the Senate last

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I think there are two unremarked elements of the debate (immigration) that are now contributing to the governments inability or refusal to come up with a solution. The problem is not partisanship. It is not polarization, not really. Sentiments on this of all issues in the nation of immigrants are and would be complicated, n

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There was one book, however, that caught my attention. It was entitled – “Five Acres and Independence” – – “Five Acres and Independence” BINGO! … HELLO! … There it was – one of Dad’s maxims for life – one needs to choose a career that will allow independence. That is exactly what our father did &

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Here is the eulogy I wrote presented at my fathers funeral April 20, 2006. LeRoy Roy Anderson June 29, 1915 – April 17, 2006 On behalf of my brothers Bradly Jeffrey thank you for coming to share in the celebration of our father’s life. Before I begin, we would like to acknowledge our “adopted family” …

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Even with highly optimistic assumptions, health spending remains out of control. It absorbs more of government, business and family budgets. Higher health spending would put pressure on future budget deficits, already projected to total about $9 trillion over the next decade. If new taxes and Medicare savings are real, they

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The health care overhauls released to date would increase, not reduce, the burgeoning long-term health costs facing the government, Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Elmendorf said Thursday.“In the legislation that has been reported, we do not see the sort of fundamental changes that would be necessary to reduc

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A 1st grade school teacher had twenty-six students in her class. She presented each child in her classroom the 1st half of a well-known proverb and asked them to come up with the remainder of the proverb. It’s hard to believe these were actually done by first graders. Their insight may surprise you. While reading, [..

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The world stopped getting warmer almost 16 years ago, according to new data released last week. The figures, which have triggered debate among climate scientists, reveal that from the beginning of 1997 until August 2012, there was no discernible rise in aggregate global temperatures. This means that the ‘plateau’ or ‘

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