A Thorough Analysis of the Case Against Dr. Andrew Wakefield by Mary Holland, JD Mary Holland is a research scholar at NYU School of Law. She has written and edited books and articles on human rights and law. She has clerked for a federal judge, worked at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and at prominent... Continue Reading →
“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/constitution-transcript no longer exists.... Continue Reading →
When the military trains its fighting men and women, I’ve heard it is impressed on them they need to take care of the person to their left and their right. It’s a psychology thing. They fight for each other—take care of each other. When they come home, it’s every man/woman for themselves. Is this the... Continue Reading →
Are we injecting massive amounts of neurotoxins into our babies? We are. Time to become more informed.
Getting back to writing has been a journey. I started my online adventure in October of 2016—about two years ago. I needed to make a living somehow. I had finished my degree in 2014 but found that my lengthy stay in our collegiate system had hurt me. I had not counted on many things: age; illness; and the fact that advanced degrees were needed to make it in today’s world.
The “research” bug bit me in childhood. It was my dream—as a child—to gain a position in the genetic research of cancer. I currently have some background in the language of the body—at least enough to understand some of what is out there. I’ve forgotten much of what I knew, but retain those distant memories enough so information that does not blast through can be measured through context.
I’ve had misadventures in medicine thrust upon me in the last two years. Such things made me curious as…
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Getting back to writing has been a journey. I started my online adventure in October of 2016—about two years ago. I needed to make a living somehow. I had finished my degree in 2014 but found that my lengthy stay in our collegiate system had hurt me. I had not counted on many things: age; illness;... Continue Reading →
There was a time I thought most things were right with the world. I was a college student. Why wouldn’t I? I had escaped the worst of the worst and was free and was safe—or was I? I was sitting in a class in college when our professor told us to drag out our Nortons... Continue Reading →
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. Thank you. You are my hero. I remember thinking I was a hero once. It was a long time ago. A powerful man tried to do that thing to me. I was only sixteen. I reported him within an hour after the event but was brushed off. Years later, I would learn... Continue Reading →
Believe it or not, after I thought of this title, I realized it was catchy and did a search on it to see if it has been used elsewhere. It has. A doctor left her practice because she could no longer stand the fact that many people are dying because of medications that are being given. Her... Continue Reading →