Illustration by Sibel Ergener by Meg Favreau And other historical treatments for nervous men There are a few categories where women tend to get all of the attention. These include red carpet fashion, pregnancy and old-timey anxiety cures. Of course, that’s partially due to the salaciousness of the female nervousness of yore — any time bringing someone to orgasm is considered a medical prescription and not just a good Tuesday, people are going to pay attention. And it’s partially that anxiety and nervousness were traditionally considered female traits — the word “hysteria” is rooted in women’s very anatomy, after all. It took doctors some time to even … Continue reading Nutsack Holders to Cure Your Anxiety
By Matthew Voegtli Why should Americans feel obligated to open our borders for Muslims to move here en masse? Foreign nationals in foreign countries do not have U.S. Constitutional rights. As the Supreme Court has held, an unadmitted and nonresident alien “had no constitutional right of entry to this country as a nonimmigrant or otherwise.” (Mandel, 408 U.S. at 762; see Plasencia, 459 U.S. at 32.) Beyond this fact, the president has plenary power over foreign affairs and this includes, under the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, the power to suspend or impose restrictions on the entry of foreign … Continue reading Why should Muslims Feel Entitled to Move to America?
by Paul Philips, Guest, Waking Times Like many things — the food industry, the medical-pharmaceutical establishment, the mainstream media – the hidden corporate/bankers who control our governments have also standardized the education system through funding. Many years ago in the USA, for example, much money was poured into education by the Rockefeller-created National Education Association, with the help of the Carnegie Foundation and later on the Ford Foundation. The result of the efforts of such organisations can be seen worldwide today in the real purpose of the education system which is to teach children and young people: 1) Reward comes from accurate memory recall from heavy repetition. 2) Non-compliance … Continue reading Another Brick In The Wall – Modern Education and the System of Deception
State Seizes, Forces Dangerous Treatments on Children: Stories of Medical Kidnapping Rising (image credit: Cini Walker) by Cassius Methyl, is a researcher and writer from Sacramento, California. From the US to Australia, children are being taken away from parents based on intrusive judgements about the way the parents raise them. For reasons ranging from refusing vaccination to homeschooling, the state is stealing children in seemingly increasing frequency. One important thing to understand is that many hospitals and doctors can no longer be trusted: hospitals have been calling police and CPS on parents, for such things as refusing the dangerous Hepatitis B … Continue reading WHAT THE FUCK ?
by Telegraph Travel What a difference an Atlantic makes. Though Brits may think we speak the same language as our pals across the pond, this nifty little infographic shows just how many differences there are in our respective lexica. Some variations are simply a question of spelling (which Brits who use US spell-check will be aware of): “marvellous” in the UK becomes “marvelous” in the States, “travelling” becomes “traveling”. The image also highlights the variation in the our/or suffix (“colour”/”color”) and the re/re suffix (“litre/liter”). Other vocab mismatches have the capacity to cause more confusion; “pants” are trousers for Americans, … Continue reading Do you speak American? The 63 fundamental differences between British and American speech