Category Archives for "Editorials"

Sep 17

Stupid People Are Loud and Proud, Really?

Editorials

We found an article in the New York Post, a tabloid full of sensational stories, lots of photos, with super-large, outrageous headlines, such as this one: Stupid People Are Loud and Proud. Here’s the opening: The most outspoken people “know the least but think they know the most,” according to science.   A new study […]

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Jun 30

Modern Medicine: The New World Religion

Editorials , Energy Medicine

By Olivier Clerc, France When the Christian missionaries of the last three or four centuries were evangelizing so-called “primitive people,” they believed that they had only to destroy or burn the various cult objects of these people in order to eradicate their religions, superstitions and customs. Centuries after the conquistadors tried to stamp out the […]

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Mar 04

Calling Dr Seuss

Editorials

Here is where we get something straight. I know NOTHING about the “cancel culture.” I don’t know where the phrase comes from or who’s pushing it or what it entails. I know only that if we don’t stop the hatred, we will destroy ourselves. With Potato Head genitalia being a burning issue on Capitol Hill, […]

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Mar 03

Credit Scores

Editorials

As that famous humorist and social commentator once said: “Everybody talks about the economy, but only a Republican will pick it up and beat you to death with it.” Maybe I got that quotation wrong, but we do (and I’m including you) feel that an economy that doesn’t serve everyone isn’t much of an economy, […]

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Mar 03

Ending the Lies

Editorials

Fake news has been around for hundreds of years. In 1690, British officials forced the first newspaper in North America to shut down after it fabricated information. [Ref] Then there are opinions and perspectives. Opinions can vary. Perspectives vary. There is a very famous piece in the annals of psychology called, “They Saw a Game: […]

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