Archives By Day: April 2, 2019

Facebook & Google Gluttony

Posted on April 2, 2019 5:13 am By admin in Medical Gluttony

The Thirtieth Birthday to the World Wide Web! But your father is optimistic about your future  By Lisa Lacy | Adweek The World Wide Web, was first proposed by computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. In a blog post commemorating the anniversary, Berners-Lee outlined some of the 30-year-old web’s biggest problems, including: Malicious intent, which he said […]

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The American Welfare State

Posted on April 2, 2019 5:09 am By admin in Medicare Review

The harm incurred by a mushrooming welfare state George Will | The Washington Post | January 21, 2015 America’s national character will have to be changed if progressives are going to implement their agenda. So, changing social norms is the progressive agenda. To understand how far this has advanced, and how difficult it will be […]

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Democratic Socialism in Venezuela

Posted on April 2, 2019 5:08 am By admin in International Medicine

Luis Ball, Trustee, of the Atlas Network, reports in his March newsletter that when Hugo Chávez came to power in 1998, he promised “democratic socialism” and repeatedly declared he was not Marxist. Mr. Ball states, “I met him in person many times, and he was an intelligent, charming man with a magnetic personality. But he […]

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Davis Officer Natalie Corona was slain in the line-of-duty

Posted on April 2, 2019 5:05 am By admin in In The News

Corona was shot and killed Jan. 10 while responding to a three-car crash in Davis. She was 22 years old. Officer corona attended and hired on July 22, 2018. Sworn in April 2, 2018, where her father pinned her badge. She started solo just a few weeks ago. She had just beginning her career, she […]

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The Genius of America

Posted on April 2, 2019 4:57 am By admin in Feature Article

Why Wilbur Wright Deserves the Bulk of the Credit for the First Flight A new book advances a controversial theory about the singular contribution that went into the brothers’ pioneering achievement. The breakthrough propeller, its blades shaped by hatchet and drawknife from two-ply spruce, was sheathed in linen and sealed with aluminum powder mixed into […]

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