Home Based Business Myths, Anti-Vaccination Hysteria, Green Haired Obama, and Lifting the US Dead Soldier Photoban

April 16, 2009 at 11:27 pm | Posted in Politics | Leave a comment

Critical Thinking ThursdayArticle Two of Two for Thursday April 16, 2009

United States How anti-vaccination hysteria is about sex, accidentally helping Big Pharma—anything but science:

Money 4 Really Silly Home-Based Business Myths:

“Learn to separate fact from fiction. Because frankly, some of the home-based business myths can be quite silly. Don’t be misled. Starting a new business isn’t easy and to add to the complication, there are a ton of misleading information. So what are these silly myths? Read on to find out.”

chia Obama

United States Green-Haired Obama Chia Pet Pulled From Stores Because Of RACISM:

“The store Walgreens has PULLED this insane Barack Obama Chia Pet from its shelves, and now 200,000 of them are simply sitting in a warehouse.” It’s not yet clear if this is supposed to be a case of racism against blacks or Oompa Loompas. Either way, it’s got to go. The reason is the no white person has ever been depicted in chia.

United States Pentagon Lets Media See Return of US War Dead:

The ban was put in place by President George H.W. Bush in 1991, at the time of the Persian Gulf War. From the start, it was cast as a way to shield grieving families.

But critics argued the government was trying to hide the human cost of war. President Barack Obama had asked for a review of the ban, and Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said that the blanket restriction made him uncomfortable.

Under the new policy, families of fallen servicemen will decide whether to allow media coverage of their return.

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