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FDA’s New Claim: “Your Body Is a Drug—and We Have the Authority to Regulate It!” 1

Source: http://www.anh-usa.org In another outrageous power-grab, FDA says your own stem cells are drugs—and stem cell therapy is interstate commerce because it affects the bottom line of FDA-approved drugs in other states!   We wish this were a joke, but it’s the US Food and Drug Administration’s latest claim in its battle with a Colorado […]


Ron Paul could complicate GOP’s two-horse race

Source: http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com byHayley Peterson Examiner Staff Writer DES MOINES, Iowa – Texas Rep. Ron Paul has a serious chance of winning a top-two spot in the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses, enabling him to create problems for at least one of the GOP’s presumptive front-runners heading into New Hampshire, political analysts said. As some GOP candidates […]


Ron Paul To Perry On Gaffe: Happens To Everybody, Just Not In Front Of 4 Million People

Source: http://www.mediaite.com This is a moment unworthy of any traditional classification. Before the CBS News debate last night, Rick Perry joked around with his fellow candidates in what can only be described as the Republican party version of Curb Your Enthusiasm. It’s almost frightening to see these candidates talking so casually to each other (My […]


When Rick Perry drops out: Ron Paul could be second place, Republicans enter the Wild West

Source: http://thehill.com By Brent Budowsky – 09/26/11 09:55 AM ET I wrote in August that Rick Perry will self- destruct within 30 days. His prospects for the presidency were as phony as the fantasy of a two-person race was false. Perry is a phony conservative who is not conservative. He is a pay-for-play politician who gobbled up Obama stimulus like a […]


Why Are Rick Perry And Mitt Romney Getting About Twice As Much Talking Time During The Republican Debates As The Other Candidates?

Source: http://endoftheamericandream.com Considering the fact that no real votes will be cast until next year and considering the fact that the polls are constantly changing, shouldn’t all of the candidates participating in the Republican debates be given roughly the same amount of time to talk?  After all, what kind of a “debate” is it when […]