Category: Parent

7 Amazing Life Lessons from Ralph Waldo Emerson

7 Amazing Life Lessons from Ralph Waldo Emerson Ralph Waldo Emerson was an American philosopher, lecturer, essayist, and poet. He’s probably most known for leading the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century. His work has influenced nearly every generation of thinker, writer and poet since his time. So without further adieu, today I want to […]

Read More…

November 24th 2010 is National Opt Out and Protest Day for Naked Body Scanners

www.WeWontFly.com is hosting a national Opt Out and Protest of Naked Body Scanners on the busiest travel day of the year, November 24th –the day before Thanksgiving. Wednesday, Nov 24, 2010 is NATIONAL OPT-OUT DAY! It’s the day we stand up refuse our consent to the federal government’s virtual strip search porno-scanners and enhanced patdown groping […]

Read More…

Fed’s Quantitative Easing to Starve Middle Class Americans

Ben Shalom Bernanke announced last week that he would allow the Federal Reserve to purchase $600 billion more in government bonds over the next eight months. That’s referred to in polite society as “quantitative easing,” which is just another name for debasing the value of the dollar by printing – electronically, these days – piles of additional […]

Read More…

Great Graphs: Understanding where we are, how we got here and where we are going – Suicide is painless

SUICIDE IS PAINLESS (Featured Article) Everyone has watched one of the best TV series of all-time – M*A*S*H. You also know the tune that played during the opening credits as helicopters delivered wounded soldiers to the 4077 Mobile Army Surgical Unit. Most people have never heard the lyrics that go with the music. The song is Suicide is Painless and […]

Read More…

Is Paul Dead?

It has occurred to us that in the 20th century, especially the later 20th century, that art and literature became subject to the promotional agenda of the Anglo-American power elite. This makes sense to us if one grants that the elite comprise an extra…

Read More…

Canadian City Votes NO To Fluoride In Water – Tea Party could accomplish same in US

“Forceful fluoride medication of individuals is a civil rights violation” Steeper33 | October 30, 2010 One day after Waterloo’s October 25, 2010 public referendum vote to end water fluoridation, the close margin of the vote and promises to honour the vote are reiterated. Water fluoridation will be turned off. CTV News Waterloo’s Fluoridation Referendum Results & […]

Read More…

Rise of India?

We must confess if there is one country that remains a mystery to us, it is India. India's former city-states may have hosted some of the world's most ancient advanced cultures and civilizations. But Indian pre-history and archeological evidenc…

Read More…