Archive for August, 2012

Two billion dollars paid out for vaccine injuries

Sunday, August 26th, 2012

A local medical doctor wrote in a letter to the Review-Journal on Aug. 17, in response to my Aug. 12 column, complaining that Suprynowicz “add(s) to a gross misunderstanding” by expressing my “consistently erroneous opinion that shots … cause brain defects in children. This has been soundly disproved by extensive medical research. The shots are […]

‘Stroke of the pen, law of the land, kinda cool’

Saturday, August 25th, 2012

President Barack Obama’s supporters have cheered the boldness with which he’s cut through the Gordian knot of congressional “gridlock,” instituting changes in the law that meet with their approval through executive fiat. But to fully grasp the danger of a president thus bypassing our constitutional system of checks and balances — a system in which […]

If you knew about this stuff, you’d only cause trouble

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

We’ve been discussing topics where today’s Internet readers complain the Mainstream Media appear to report only one side — The Government Line. Last week we dealt with 1) the Sept. 11 attacks, and 2) childhood immunizations. Here are more: 3) Inflation is routinely reported as “slight; under control” in terms of consumer prices, when the […]

The lies just cain’t be true

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

I was raised in a Democratic home in New England in the 1960s. The Kennedys were our heroes. Jack was so handsome and virile, he and his lovely bride brought such class to the executive mansion, Why, they had cello recitals there by Pablo Casals! Such a far cry from that dowdie Mamie Eisenhower and […]

Diana West on the stories that don’t get covered

Sunday, August 5th, 2012

Based in Washington, D.C., Diana West writes a weekly column nationally syndicated by the Universal Press Syndicate in Kansas City. It’s a courageous column tackling topics seldom broached in the pages of many mainstream dailies. I called Ms. West last month to ask her about a recent piece in which she mentioned that few subscribing […]