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John Oliver's rant on vaccines

John Oliver, You’re Wrong on Vaccines

Hard hitting, cutting edge, humorously deflating the pompous special interests, giving us badly needed information that the regular media outlets do not, John Oliver, your June 25th, 2017 rant on vaccines was none of those things. Instead, you told us all to go back to sleep: “Don’t question, do as you are told folks, all…

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Sternum at lunch

The stories a sternum can tell. The other day I was invited to speak at a local chiropractic meeting. I was given a free lunch (it wasn’t so bad) and I got to meet a bunch of people. So one of the MRI sales guys there asked me to check him. First priority, sternum. 2nd…

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Why Did God Create Cancer?

During an online discussion someone asked, “Why did God create cancer?” What a great question. Why would a truly benevolent Creator do such a thing? Does God hate us? Why would God let cancer exist? Why does God let innocent, good men, women and even children get cancer – and die? Let us investigate. Why…

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Should a Child Be Vaccinated?

OK, I admit it, I kicked a beehive, or perhaps a hornet’s nest. I commented in a public discussion group about childhood vaccination. A mother wrote asking for advice (“is my kid in danger if she sits next to a non-vaccinated child”) and about 20 MDs (or med heads) wrote with the usual party line,…

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CDC Autism and Vaccines Study

  or “There’s nothing to be concerned with – everyone go back to sleep” Autism and vaccines There’s a reason a scientist at a vaccine conference referred to the CDC as the “Centers for Disinformation Control.” They continue to spend taxpayers’ money spewing forth poorly written, biased, “junk science” studies that, through their connections, are placed…

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amish in a buggy

An Amish Story

Nearly 200 years ago, the Amish emigrated from Switzerland and Southern Germany to the Lancaster, Pennsylvania area. As with many others drawn to the “Golden Land,” in America they found freedom from persecution, tolerance for their pacifism and religious beliefs, and opportunity. With an average number of seven children per household, there just wasn’t enough…

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