Why Bernie Sanders Should Have Been a Professor at a Liberal Arts College

By Janice Barlow Bernie Sanders, Independent Senator from Vermont, ran as an Independent, because, as an admitted Socialist, it is not likely he would have gleaned enough support to make it as far as he did in the last presidential election, nearly defeating his opponent, Hillary Clinton in the primaries. In light of last Wednesday’s tax plan debate with Ted Cruz, R-TX on CNN, where Bernie Sanders kept repeating mantras about the Koch brothers, (he himself was backed by George Soros), and the top 1% getting the biggest tax breaks,…

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Technology, a Help, a Hindrance or a Silent Killer?

by J. Lee Modern technology is amazing and exciting, but is it good for us? It is fast paced, allowing us to advance at a rapid pace. It can be a time saver, but it has also created a risk for illness. Consider how often technology and devices are upgraded before barely using what was supposed to be the latest and greatest. Due to constant advancements, too many users have developed a throw away mentality for ‘things’ that are easily replaced. It has also set into motion the mindset to…

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The Real Epidemic – Medical Malpractice Is Killing Us

by Oletta Branstiter Modern medicine may be killing us. “In fact, the study, from doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggests medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory diseases like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death in the United States. That would place medical errors right behind heart disease and cancer.” Based on a comprehensive study of established medical practices during the last few decades, “A large proportion of current medical practice, 40%, was found to offer no benefits in our…

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No More “Happy Days” For Erin Moran

by Dena Leichnitz The beautiful little girl we all knew as Joanie Cunningham on the 70’s television show “Happy Days” has succumbed to Stage Four cancer. Erin Moran played Joanie during the 1974-1984 run. She would also appeared  in the spin off “Joanie Loves Chachi”. And as any yong girl at the time would have told you Joanie was not the only one who loved Chachi. According to People Magazine who spoke to Anson Williams (Potsie Weber) following her death she was struggling with throat cancer and was unable to speak.…

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