Category: Politics

Electronic Commerce Taxaton: Emerging Legal Issues – Part II

UNAUTHORIZED HACKING The term “computer hacking” traditionally describes the penetration into computer systems, which is not carried out with the aims of manipulation, sabotage or espionage, but for the pleasure of overcoming the technical security measures. In practice, this kind of offense can be frequently found. As far as damage is concerned, a differentiation must […]

Sweet Lies, The Aspartame Issue

Aspartame activists are constantly being attacked because all data are a matter of public record from congressional records to government documents. Now there is even a movie, Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World (www.docworkers.com) that exposes how Don Rumsfeld got aspartame approved even though the FDA said no. Go to this link to see a clip […]

Proven Risk Youth Vs At-Risk & High-Risk Youth

In the fields of juvenile justice policy and programming, there are certain terms that are used to describe target populations. In terms of youth who are prone to illegal and illicit acts, the two terms that are most commonly used are at-risk youth and high-risk youth. The former term is generally associated with youth who […]

Regulatory Hooey Protects Us From Our Own Health

Legislation is getting legs to further curtail your use of nutritional supplements. Not too long ago, prior to passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) ? which was accomplished by millions of letters to legislators by people like you ? the FDA acted like a Gestapo against supplements, manufacturers and professional advocates. […]

Mr. Bin Laden: Tear this Wall Down

You say, you want to help the Palestinians, but most of them still struggle in poverty. How are you helping anyone? Having been born into a privileged life, you use your wealth toward death, destruction, division, and sorrow. Here is an old saying for you to ponder: “Give a man a fish, you have fed […]

There Ought to Be a Law

The ‘Land of the Free’ is teaming with individual rights for citizens. We have the right to say what we want, do what we want, be who we want. Or do we? One need only to pick up a news publication or turn on the television news to find that these freedoms are constantly being […]

Does Your Farm Stink? The EPA Wants to Find Out

Farmers will eventually be facing federal regulations involving air emissions produced on their farms, that may touch on everything from spreading manure, to the exhaust fan at the barn. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its construction of the Air Quality Compliance Agreement. According to the EPA website, its primary goals are to reduce air […]

Fuel Prices on the Rise

With gasoline prices at the pump climbing strongly into the $2 slot, many people are becoming concerned about how high they may go, and what Congress should do about it, if anything. Petroleum prices effect the pricing of so many other products. Most of the items bought by consumers have been trucked some distance from […]

Emminent Domain May Hit Close to Home

IN A DAY AND AGE where one voice screaming among thousands can have Christian monuments removed from public buildings and development projects shut down for the benefit of an endangered weed, we have the Supreme Court issuing a ruling in June to set the record straight for the majority. However, this ruling comes at the […]

A Modern Lite in the Third World

Americans pride themselves on being the best, that’s a fact. From McDonalds, to Coke, to Microsoft, to Hollywood, we have the best of everything. Don’t we? Especially in computer technology, Dell, HP/Compaq, Macintosh, we stand tall. Is that right? Is that a fact? I got back from Belize a few weeks ago. They don’t even […]

The Dragons

I hope to provide a starting point for the serious scholar interested in the all important Chanes of Central America and convince researchers to look into the Egyptian dragons (crocodiles) and Chinese as well. I suspect the Li or Lee family of Merovingians has some connection to the Nestorian and Basilian types long before the […]

Six Sigma Can Improve Government Practices

Government bodies at any level, local, state, and Federal, can implement Six Sigma to improve customer service and increase the effectiveness of government. Although Six Sigma has its roots in private-sector manufacturing, it works just as effectively in governmental organizations and government will reap the same benefits as corporations. Many top companies have produced outstanding […]

Using More Trees to Reduce Atmospheric CO2

As global warming continues to escalate the concerns of today’s scientists, the federal government has been spending millions in research in an attempt to reduce greenhouse emissions, the substance that has been credited with the increase in planet temperature since the beginning of the 20th century. Greenhouse gases—largely comprised of carbon dioxide— is a product […]

Illegal Immigration – No Sign of Slowing Down

The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) estimated that there were 7 million illegal aliens residing in the United States in January 2000. According to INS, 69% of this unauthorized immigrant population was from Mexico. (USINS, 2003) However, the top 15 sending countries accounted for 89% of the total illegal alien population and included Mexico, El […]

What Did You Do In The War Daddy?

This is the first of a series of four articles where my uncle, the late Mr Gordon Bessant is talking to Mr Joe Hieatt-Smith about life during the war years. They taped these recollections in 1996. What did you do during the war Gordon? From the time I was 14 to the time I was […]

PA Congressional Pay Hike Raises Eyebrows

While many Pennsylvanians are struggling to figure out how they can pay their real estate taxes before the end-of-the-year deadline, the PA congress not only votes an extra $11,403 onto their base pay, but those on committee chairs receive an additional $4,050. Speaking in terms of percentage, the pay hikes ranged from 16% – 34%, […]

A Deal Made With Ireland

SYNOD OF DRUM CEATT (494 – 5): It is interesting to observe that the dominant cleric of the Catholic Church at this Synod was Columcille who we know as St. Columba. He was trained (like many) at the Isle of Druids or Iona. His legend includes many witnesses of him affecting the wind and the […]

Wartime Britain & Things Look Bleak

This is the second of a series of four articles about life in Britain in the 1940’s. My uncle the late Mr Gordon Bessant is talking to Mr Joe Hieatt-Smith. The recordings were made in 1996. The average daily life for myself during that particular time was usually to get ready for work, I was […]

Death and Destruction and the Run Up to D Day

This is the third in a short series of four articles about the events in Britain in the 1940’s. My late uncle Mr Gordon Bessant is talking to Mr Joe Hieatt-Smith. The recordings were made in 1994. You’d go to work as I said and if you’d go at 7 o’clock you’d be at your […]

Preparing to Invade Japan

This is the fourth and final article in a series recollecting Britain in the 1940’s. My uncle, the late Mr Gordon Bessant is telling his memories to Mr Joe Hieatt-Smith. The tapes were made in 1994, not 1996 as previously stated. For myself, I found myself being trained for the Japanese campaign. I was 14 […]

Thomas Paine / Jefferson

Conor MacDari was a Mason but his Masonry deplored the British ‘alehouse and tavern denizens’. Jim Shaw and many other top Masons have written as much truth as they know. There are many heads or names in the ‘octopus’ of Freemasonry and we have only touched upon a few of them including the Bilderbergs. Barrett […]

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