Affordable health care: Usually when you want something to be affordable, you shop for the best price. We arrive at hospitals, and there is no price list offered. This would automatically cut costs if people saw what things cost and could choose or go elsewhere for a better price. We have brand-name and generic drugs, but brand-names are given, when much money could be saved with generics. If we returned to normal consumer behavior based on a price list, I think we would see amazing changes.
We currently have people on 20 medicines a day that are outrageously expensive, and all this is being paid for mainly by our tax dollars, throu ... continue reading »
Hear, hear! Sen. Rand Paul wants to stop the droning of America. He’s introduced a bill to “require the government to get a warrant before using aerial drones to surveil U.S. citizens.”
Government drones are the “writs of assistance” of former colonial times. One of the chief causes of the American Revolution was the imposition of British writs of assistance upon the colonists. These writs, issued by the king, gave customs officials a permanent and transferable right to to search any place, public or private, at the caprice of the w ... continue reading »
The June 2012 Whistleblower issue has to be one of your best ever! I will have to buy extra copies to pass on to friends. Every article is a MUST READ!
I could not put it down until I had read all of these articles! WOW!
I hope that the issue of the fraudulent impostor in the White House doesn’t cease after he loses the November election!
As usual, you are right on point with your column “Meet the original ‘birther.’”
Thanks for your work. It is GREATLY appreciated.
Thank God for WND! If not for your hardcore investigating and reporting, far too much of the truth would never reach the American people. Long live WND!