Why is “choice” in matters of one’s personal health suddenly a bad thing?
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- 'Junk Insurance' vs. 'Junk News' at the NY Times
Monday Jul 17, 2017
- Obama’s Criminal Enterprise Collapsing
Wednesday Jun 28, 2017
we are treated to the delicious irony of collusion with Russia being confirmed -- and the colluder-in-chief being Ex-president Barack Hussein Obama.
- Could the Rockaways Survive Another Sandy?
By LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
Residents are bracing for the worst, wondering whether measures taken so far are enough to keep devastation of the Queens community at bay.
- Globalization and the Arena of Politics
Thursday Jul 13, 2017
Grandiose proposals, imaginary or dreamlike, for the abolition of globalization or the "capitalist system" cannot mask existing facts.
- The Nazi Origins of Renewable Energy (and Global Warming)
Thursday Jul 20, 2017
The intellectual origins of renewable energy and global warming had their beginnings during an ugly period of history.
- No foul play: Burundi robotics teens likely meant to vanish
By MATTHEW BARAKAT, Associated Press - Thursday Jul 20, 2017
A member of the Burundi-American community was a little more straightforward, saying he has little doubt the teens are seeking asylum, though he emphasized he had no direct knowledge of the situation.Police in D.C. posted missing-person fliers Wednesday asking for help finding the teens, who had last been seen at the FIRST Global Challenge around the time of Tuesday's final matches.FIRST Global President Joe Sestak, a former congressman from Pennsylvania, made the initial call to the police, according to a FIRST Global statement.According to police reports, the teens were traveling on U.S. visas good for one year.Hassan Ahmad, an immigration lawyer in northern Virginia not involved in the situation, said that if the teens apply for asylum in the U.S., Immigration and Customs Enforcement could seek to detain them pending removal proceedings.Oscar Niyiragira, chairman of the United Burundian-American Community Association Inc., said many in the community feel Canada offers better odds for asylum, particularly now that the Trump administration has taken a harsh stance on immigration.In January, Human Rights Watch reported that members of a pro-government youth militia had "brutally killed, tortured, and severely beaten scores of people across the country in recent months."Abuses included driving a knife into the eye of one victim and beating a 15-year-old boy to death, the rights group said, accusing Burundi's government of being unwilling to restrain youth militia members.