Thursday, March 10, 2011


Do not support the March of Dimes.  Tear up their solicitations. This organization, with the stated mission of helping babies have healthy lives from birth, has pimped women and their children to big pharmaceutical companies.

The issue is that generic progesterone is a drug that can prevent preterm labor and a pharmacist can easily compound the drug for $10 to $20. However, it is now illegal to compound the drug because KV Pharmaceutical has created a drug, Makena, a label form of inexpensive progesterone and selling it for $1,500 per dose. Not only have they created an expensive drug but this company has locked in an exclusive right to distribute the preterm drug that makes compounding formulas of progesterone illegal.

The March of Dimes takes thousands of dollars from Ther-Rx Corporation, the distributing sector of KV Pharmaceutical and is actively promoting the drug on its website. While there have been some promises from Ther-Rx to help low-income women and the uninsured, this is a betrayal of women and their children from the March of Dimes that potential contributors should not forgive or support.

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Saturday, April 03, 2010


I am not related to any of the deceased in the Anacortes oil refinery tragedy but Washington is my home state. Five people have died thus far and two are injured. The company Tesero has been fined for serious safety violations prior to the blast.

Radio Free Canada extends its sorrowful thoughts to the survivors and the family of those deceased.

Sunday, February 07, 2010


The Focus On The Family sponsored Tim Tebow advertisement during the Super Bowl is a slap in the face to the word "pro-life." The advertisement features Tebow's mother touting her son as a "miracle baby". The Religious Right has committed, in running this advertisement, a horrible obscenity. Buying a Super Bowl advertisement costs from $2.5 and $2.8 million. Focus On The Family says that the money is from generous donors. The Tebow advertisement, in  an era of budget cuts where families are struggling to make ends meet and are in some cases close to starvation, is pro-death. The millions of dollars Focus On The Family  spent on this profane and hideous propaganda for its organization could have been allocated to help pregnant women bring their children into the world and used for the saving of infant lives. Focus On The Family should be ashamed for its hypocritical and false commitment to pregnant women and their children.
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Saturday, January 30, 2010


The NFL has decided to air a "pro-life" and possibly false advertisement from the homophobic and misogynist Focus On The Family. The sponsor of the half-time show is a tire company, Bridgestone, that violates the human rights of rubber collectors with horrible working and living conditions as well as miserable pay. Additionally, Super Bowl 2010 may bring a greater rate of sex trafficking, including children, to Florida.

Here is a boycott list for Super Bowl 2010. You know what to do.

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Friday, January 15, 2010


Sarah Palin is tapped as a speaker for the The Wine & Spirit Wholesalers of America in Las Vegas from April 6-8. So what is wrong with this scenario? Ms. Palin, as a Pentecostal and evangelical Christian, cannot use alcohol, tobacco, or drugs.These are specifically prohibited in the Pentecostal denomination. She is a willful sinner against her own church, Christian beliefs, and God  by speaking at the wine and spirits convention.

Okay, everyone knows that smarts do not come easily to Ms. Palin but one would think that, at the very least, she would be familiar with the tenets of her own religion.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Welcome To The Feast

The following news is a Goddess-send for liberals.

Ex-gov of Alaska and evangelical freak show Iquitirod winner Sarah Palin is going to be a commentator on Fox. The former also-ran beauty queen and multiple universities dropout has signed a multi-year contract with Fox News to provide commentary and analysis as well as television specials. Let's see how long that lasts.

I do not know why she doesn't tattoo "Fresh Meat" across her forehead and bring the gravy. Rachel Maddow and Jon Stewart must be licking their chops with the thought of all the comedic material Ms. Palin will serve to them raw. Bring the steak knives, guys. The downer cow is loose and raring.

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Monday, October 12, 2009


The Huffington Post today had an article about glamorous CEO wifes.  Certainly, many of these women have careers of their own and probably rock their worlds but they are all a little too tarted up to be taken seriously except for eye-candy.

I prefer my power woman role models to look ordinary, as if  a person could approach them and have a friendly chat about the children or swap recipes over the proverbial fence. I think Melinda Gates fits not only her Bill but the bill of CEO wife who has not forgotten that what is in the heart is more important than what meets the eyes.

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