National Social Work Month highlights purpose-driven careers, opportunities for social workers nationwide.
(Vocus) March 4, 2009 -- Careers in social work provide many opportunities for both personal satisfaction and professional growth, according to the National Association of Social Workers (http://www.helpstartshere.org/), which is celebrating National Social Work Month in March. Organizations, including Allsup (… Continue
Added by C on March 4, 2009 at 1:00pm —
To defeat the new HDTV digital converter box you essentially need to create an RF shield around it. How do I know? Well, I have an associate’s degree in electronics and 16 years of experience in the field of electronics manufacturing. If an electrical or electronics engineer tells you… Continue
Overexposed: Imaging tests boost U.S. radiation dose
By Julie Steenhuysen
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Americans are exposed to seven times more radiation from diagnostic scans than in 1980, a report found on Tuesday as experts said doctors are overusing the tests for profit and raising health risks for patients.
The findings, issued by National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement, add to… Continue
That is way to high of a number. We have to many ridiculous laws. States are spending at least 30,000 a year for each prisoner. The number is for adults only, just think if those below 18 were added to the statistics what it would look like. Are we safer in the US because of the high rate of incarceration? Hard core offenders need to stay of course. However, to some in jail, they made a stupid mistake and will likely not be a repeat offender. Others were pushed beyond their limits and acted.… Continue
Added by bob on March 4, 2009 at 1:05am —
by Steven Ertelt
March 3, 2009
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Responding to a move by pro-abortion Democratic leaders in the House, a pro-life senator has introduced an amendment to stop UNFPA funding. Sen Roger Wicker has introduced an amendment to the Senate omnibus spending bill that would reverse the language the House put in its bill.
Last month, the House restored funding to the United… Continue
Added by C on March 3, 2009 at 10:30pm —
March 03, 2009 "Information Clearing House" --- Sometimes it's hard to come to grips with the truth -- especially if that truth is about our own country, and is in direct opposition to everything we've been taught since childhood. Patriotism is in our genes, and through the years it has been a national conviction that, if our country needed us, serving… Continue
If the trouble of typing in a credit card number was the thing keeping you from renting acTVila video on-demand movies in Japan, Sony's fixed that right up by including FeliCa reading capability in the remote for its latest BRAVIA LCDs. No longer tied to an ugly outboard box, now you need only to press your credit card, cellphone or other RFID enabled device against the remote to authorize payment. The Japanese edition W5 and F5 line of LCDs… Continue
Added by C on March 2, 2009 at 11:30pm —
This list is for the GCC Radio Broadcasters that will be on the air soon as possible when materials come in handy. Also I can add your radio station here on this list as best as I can if you are running a small little
AM or FM part 15 to get the truth out. You don't even have to do a talk show you can play a truth music format on your station just like WRTH-AM is doing when there are no shows. on The Truth music is about music that has lyrics about the NWO, etc like Alex Jones Bumper track… Continue
Added by WTRH-AM-AE on March 2, 2009 at 9:00pm —
THE IDEA that AMBUSH cures AIDS
is being proven by the more than 400 individuals who have taken a dose of 60 ml three times daily for 21 days. The result is that AMBUSH 'KILLS' the virus by causing the protein envelope to rupture and the viral particles are discarded by the white blood cells. AMBUSH is able to 'KILL' the virus that are 'hiding' in the lymph system by its 'natural radioactive' properties. This process allows the body to 'return… Continue
On my discovery and research of the power of positive thought I came across this simple statement that I've shared with friends and family, and everyone admits how much more empowering it feels compared to a simple No. I have had two friends quit smoking by simply changing their way of saying 'No' to 'No, thanks'.
It allows freedom and creates space, preventing something inside yourself from resisting the suggestion. It is mental Jujitsu, a powerful defense against the most armed… Continue
Added by Rev. Hellion on March 2, 2009 at 2:04pm —
I'm sick of these punkasses who think that just because global warming isn't as severe as it is made out to be, it gives them an excuse to dump nasty shit into our local ponds. I can't even go frolfing anymore because the goddamn water hazard smells like sewage and looks like an oil painting. That is all.
A few months ago I was listening to an Alex Jones podcast and heard this amazing idea of Masonic architecture and how it shapes reality. The show featured Texe Marrs the author of "Mysterious Monuments" and they discussed how images and buildings help shape our view of the world and the future it holds.
I wondered if this could have validity and I thought of one of… Continue
I was researching and found out that Alex Jones 590 KLBJ is part of Sinclair Communications the same company that does my local radio stations such as WPYA-FM Bob FM and US 106 and 790 WNIS and 850 WTAR. There is even a modern rock station that is hard to get in called 96X. WROX-FM If you happen to be in my area tune them in and support my local radio stations. Also WWCR works very hard to get his show on the air on the shortwave stations which is probably part of Sinclair… Continue
Added by WTRH-AM-AE on March 1, 2009 at 7:30pm —
Is Libertarianism a Sign of Mental Illness?
Posted by Daniel J. Mitchell
I don’t know whether this belongs in the comic-relief category or the future-threats category, but the Harvard Law School is having a conference to analyze the “free market mindset.” The basic premise of the conference seems to be that people who believe in limited government are psychologically troubled.
The conference schedule features presentations such as “How Thinking Like an Economist… Continue
After scanning the web for articles about the tea parties and (perhaps mistakenly) posting a few, I came to the conclusion the Tea Parties were "controlled opposition" to the current financial situation.
On the net pushing it were Michelle Malkin, on the radio local Faux conservative host nationwide and Greta on Fox news.
Rick Santelli’s Planted Rant was to take the heat off big biz and redirect it towards an obviously corrupt congress. They also point blame at the bad… Continue