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Bad time to be a banker in the US. Saw this on Walter Russell Mead's sight:"Bankers Booted To The Streets?"http://blogs.the-american-interest.com/wrm/2011/08/09/bankers-booted-to-the-streets/
Micheal Barone has an article out today discussing that very idea, why are Americans turning away from the progressive for of government. It is a good read.http://blogs.the-american-interest.com/wrm/2011/08/08/barone-on-mead/part of the article:
Well, the whole central idea behind cutting spending before raising the debt limit was to curtail governments growth. But that message seems to have not gotten through to some. Before the deal was even signed, politicians were talking about further government spending to "stimulate" the economy. Michelle Malkin's article discusses the issue."Back to Big Government Spending as Usual"http://michellemalkin.com/2011/08/03/back-to-big-government-spending-as-usual/excerpt:
I recall hearing that before about the Wall Street Journal in the past - the main articles tended to have a liberal bias it was said, while commentary was often conservative. Don't know if that is true for sure as I had not read the WSJ in years at the time this was mentioned.Did see something interesting about bias in the news today though. It is about party affiliation and union battles."Party Affiliation Determined Coverage of State-Union Battles"The rest can be seen...
Recall seeing this over the weekend. Not so sure the new bulbs are needed, or all that green."Light Bulb Crony Capitalism"http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2011/07/17/light-bulb-crony-capitalism/&"Let There Be Lights"http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysis/Article/577799/201107081902/Let-There-Be-Lights.aspxsnippet:
I'm not terribly surprised. I've heard scientists and doctors complain about press write ups. Along similar lines, not that long ago thought Dr. Eades had a nice article about cholesterol - how it came to be the vogue cause for heart disease after a Time magazine article. "You Bet Your Life: An Epilogue to the Cholesterol Story" http://www.proteinpower.com/drmike/cardiovascular-disease/you-bet-your-life-an-epilogue-to-the-cholesterol-story/
Didn't watch the video! Can imagine what happened though.Actually calcium has not been found to strengthen bones. It is vitamin D3, and vitamin K2 that work with calcium and other minerals to do this.A meta-analysis/ study article about that:"Milk and calcium good for the bones? Don’t think so"http://www.drbriffa.com/2011/03/08/milk-and-calcium-good-for-the-bones-dont-think-so/Snippet:
Not terribly surprising, Australian business are saying they will pass along the carbon tax to customers. "Inevitable: Qantas, Virgin Airlines Passing Australia’s Carbon Tax Along to Consumers" http://michellemalkin.com/2011/07/11...virgin-carbon/ Snippet: Quote: Other industries will do the same. This is the inherent irony in the global warming scheme. These taxes are purportedly put in place to ultimately help protect the people at the lower end of the...
Not all that surprising that fraud is occurring. "By Any Means Necessary" http://isteve.blogspot.com/2011/07/b...necessary.html excerpt: Quote: The Republican President of the United States and the hereditary dynastic leader of the Democrats, Ted Kennedy, got together a decade ago and made up a law, No Child Left Behind, that said that every public school student in America had to score Proficient (on a scale that runs Below Basic, Basic, Proficient,...
Study wise, Swedish physician Andreas Eenfeldt who teaches his patients to eat low carb, had what I thought was a nice post the other day. "Weight loss and LC: Time to stop denying the science" http://www.dietdoctor.com/weight-los...ng-the-science Quote: I’m having a debate in a Norwegian paper with some official “nutrition experts”. They claimed that weight loss studies do not show any advantage for low carb diets. Unbelievably enough, that is what many so...
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