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FDA / CDC Word Games Suppress Ebola Therapy

By Ralph Fucetola JD - Vitamin Lawyer Health Freedom Blog
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsel Member of Health Care Freedom

FDA/CDC persist in claiming that “there is no approved therapy for Ebola” leave  the unwary/uninformed with the impression that these agencies actually have the authority and will to approve natural therapies and that none exist for this purpose.

The truth is that both of these conclusions are inaccurate and misleading.
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Before Creating Any More New Crimes, Congress Should Reform The Penalties It Made Decades Ago

By Molly Gill - The Daily Caller

Last summer, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) established the House Over-Criminalization Task Force to study the growing concerns about “over-criminalization” (too many crimes) and “over-federalization” (making those crimes federal offenses, instead of letting state authorities handle them).

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Due Process Eroded by Bills like CASA That Let Agencies Keep Fines They Impose

By Hans Bader - Competitive Enterprise Institute

Due process is being eroded by recent bills that would authorize agencies to impose massive fines on regulated industries, and then keep those fines for themselves, giving them an incentive to find regulated entities guilty based on weak or equivocal evidence. To protect due process, such fines should be payable to the U.S. Treasury, not the prosecuting agency.

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Washington Opened The Gates Of Hell In Iraq: Now Come The Furies

By David Stockman - David Stockman's Contra Corner

The late, great critic of the American Imperium, Chalmers Johnson, popularized the salient concept of “blowback”. That is, the notion that if you bomb, drone, invade, desecrate and slaughter—collaterally or otherwise— a people and their lands, they might find ways to return the favor.

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WHO Confirms: It Is Ethical to Use "Unapproved Interventions" in Ebola Outbreak

By Ralph Fucetola JD - Vitamin Lawyer Health Freedom Blog
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsel Member of Health Care Freedom

Legal Question Presented: What is the current legal status of recommending Nano Silver as an intervention during the current Ebola Outbreak?
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Legal Principles: International and national law set out regulations regarding the standard practice of medicine. In most countries, physicians are restricted by their licenses to the practice of standard medicine. Physicians can rely on the standards of practice in ordinary circumstances. Similarly, regulations have been developed regarding medical experimentation on individuals. However, during a humanitarian emergency, other concerns become more pressing.

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Why 'Repeal and Replace' Will Never Work

By Robert F. Graboyes - U.S. News

"Repeal and replace" is a misguided strategy for getting past the Affordable Care Act and moving toward a focus on health rather than insurance cards. It is hopelessly utopian, strategically suicidal, emotionally deadening, operationally hollow, and needlessly partisan. Here's why:

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Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!

By Grant Mincy - Center for a Stateless Society
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsel Member of Energy & Environment

A Teenager Slain - On Saturday, August 9, eighteen-year-old Michael Brown was walking with a friend on the 2900 block of Canfield Drive in Ferguson, Missouri. He was on his way home on the hot, humid afternoon, walking down the middle of the street when the two were approached by Ferguson police officer, Darren Wilson. Reports of what happened next continue to change, but in the final analysis, Brown tried to flee, the officer raised his firearm, and a series of gun shots shattered the peace. Six bullets pierced the young mans flesh. The teenager fell face down on the hot asphalt as the officer towered over his slain body, radioing it in, preparing for paperwork.

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Marita Noon: Climate Change~a symbolic battle against an unpleasant, toxic way of life

By: Marita Noon (Diary) - Red State
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsel Member of Energy & Environment

As alarmists are losing the propaganda war, politicians are risking alienating environmental groups

I suspect most readers of my column do not religiously read The Atlantic. I don’t either. But I have people—readers who alert me to news and information I might not see otherwise. Though The Atlantic has gained recent notoriety for the interview with Hilary Clinton, in which she says: “Great nations need organizing principles, and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle,” there is more to it. With so much focus on the Clinton quote, it would be easy to overlook an article within the September issue: How to Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen.

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To Combat Youth Unemployment, Start With School Choice

By Robert Enlow - The Daily Caller
Our America Initiative Advisory Counsel Member of Educational Choices

Summer is the time when many students hit the pool or head to the beach for vacation. For others it is a transition from school into the working world.

Recent graduates or those needing money for college often enter the workforce in summer, seeking employment, a job or internship that could launch their career.

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Commentary: War on drugs is driving immigrant children north

By James P. Gray - Daily Pilot
Our America Initiative Honorary Member

There is a strong parallel between what is happening on our southern border with the large numbers of unaccompanied immigrant children crossing or attempting to cross into our country and what happened at the beginning of World War II.

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