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In Defense of Home…the Rules Should Apply

04/11/2011
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If you and I enter into a contract and one of us believes the other has defaulted under the contract, the party believing they have been wronged can file a lawsuit and ask the Court for a solution to their cause(s) of action. That is a right guaranteed in the […]

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Democracy–Will the balance of power survive?

04/4/2011
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It was a Democrat who made “court packing” a scheme, a political move. And, it was done by an American president I confess to admiring for a great many reasons; his plan to pack the US Supreme Court with only justices who would see things his way, is not one […]

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CAFOs — Victims Without a Voice

03/29/2011
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Visions of white clapboard houses with bright red barns have been a staple of Americans’ visions of farming for centuries. The farmer diligently working in his fields to produce food and material for the nation’s bread basket was a worthy subject of photos, paintings and stories throughout the last couple […]

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FDA Announces Topiramate and Cleft Palate Risk

03/8/2011
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The Food & Drug Administration issued a press release on March 4, 2011 to alert expectant mothers to complications of taking Topamax. The FDA indicates that a higher than acceptable number of infants were born with a condition called cleft lip and palate; when the mothers were taking Topamax (Topiramate). […]

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An Unwary Victim of Stolen Identity

02/15/2011
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This past weekend, I joined the estimated 11 million people who last year fell prey to identity thief. I knew something was up when my wife, as she was listening to what was evidently striking her as a curious voice mail message, asked me mid-message if I had ordered $849.78 […]

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NuvaRing — Evaluating Convenience and Safety

02/7/2011
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For many young women, the introduction of the NuvaRing in 2001 as an alternate form of birth control seemed to be just the right fit for their active lifestyles.  They no longer had to worry about taking a pill at the same time every day. This new form of contraceptive […]

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To Tort Reformers: I Propose a New Road to Justice

02/4/2011
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I propose we overhaul the criminal justice system in the United States. We can save billions, possibly trillions, of dollars by simply instituting a new way of handling the criminal process: YOU are now presumed guilty of any crime with which you are charged until YOU prove yourself innocent. In […]

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