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Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day
Back in the land where we didn’t have kids that participated in unimaginably expensive sports or wished for gifts like iPod Touches, my husband and I actually purchased gifts for each other. I am a go... read more
When the antiabortion movement meets the antivaccine movement...
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A pox on antivaxxers
I will give you a moment to pick your jaw up from off the floor. When you’re done, watch this: I can hear jaws all over the world right now smashing right through the ground. Yes, this is for real. Th... read more
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MeatFest '06: The Angus Stew
But no matter: It was definitely a heroic pot of food, though in my professional judgment it needed a little zest of orange peel. [Here's the original Manfood column.] [Click here for the Achenblog re... read more
Does a Mother's Denial = a Daughter's Death?
On September 24, the LA Times ran a story titled "A Mother's Denial, a Daughter's Death," which detailed a controversy surrounding ... say Eliza Jane's death crystallizes their fears. The dissenters' ... read more
Single-Payer: Is Nationalized Health Coverage the Way to Go?
This week, the JOURNAL examined the political and logistical feasibility of single-payer universal health insurance, which has broad public support but has been conspicuously ... which is private deli... read more
Music Scene: Actor Ronny Cox is a musician first
Ronny Cox has his acting career right where he wants it: He’ll listen to any offer, provided the film or TV shoot doesn’t interfere with his first love: playing music. Cox, who vaulted to fame as the ... read more
Breaking point? Greece vs. Argentina
I’ll gear this review to 2 types of people: current Zune owners who are considering an upgrade, and people trying to decide between a Zune and an iPod. (There are other players worth considering out t... read more
Why Keith Ellison and Jeremy Corbyn Think We Should Cap CEO Pay
(It lost, but garnered 35 percent support.) In an In These Times interview, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) suggested a less strict 20-to-1 ratio. This would have been typical in 1965, but today the aver... read more
Stories for May 2012
Waynewood Elementary School is having an open house on Monday, June 11, 4-7 p.m., in the gym, for retiring teachers Mary Wilson and Eileen Deaver. Friends, parents, and students (former and current) a... read more
Stanislaw Burzynski: On the arrogance of ignorance about cancer and targeted therapies
But it was not understood yet at that time that cancer is a disease of the genes. The cancers have names like breast cancer or lung cancer but what is really causing cancer is abnormality in our genes ... read more
The Australian antivax movement takes its toll
I could barely watch it. Ms. Dorey, please tell that to the parents of Dana McCaffery, the baby who was just one month old when she died from whooping cough. The Australian skeptics are trying to get ... read more