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Once again we read an optimistic article about China and the Chinese miracle. We do not understand at this point how anyone looking at China can be positive about where this largest-of-all Asian economies is headed. Citing various kinds of industrial s… Continue reading
Breyers, Haagen-Dazs and Baskin-Robbins all use milk from cows injected with Bovine Growth Hormone (called rBGH or rBST). Which means I am no longer eating ice cream from Breyers, Haagen-Dazs or Baskin-Robbins.
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We have written numerous articles about the Chinese miracle with the intent of trying to explain that while China may have created a Western competitive face, the reality is otherwise. We have provided these articles because the current Western approac… Continue reading
AxXiom for Liberty July 16,2010 Show Notes: Privately Funded Travel for Congress, Tom Coleand the Aspen Institute (for Humanistic Studies)
Privately Funded Travel for Congress Opinions on privately sponsored trips range from enthusiasm to skepticism to outright disapproval. While some lawmakers and sponsors say the trips promote understanding, some government watchdog groups say they give… Continue reading
May 16, 2010 by Kaye Beach Why was HB 2569, a good bill that would have protected Oklahoma residents from the risks and insecurities of RFID technology being embedded in required identification documents such as state driver’s licenses and state ID cards vetoed? It appears as though the same industry lobbyists that are helping China […] Continue reading