Now That’s What I Call Cruisin’

March 19, 2018 Dr. Tar 28

Now’s the time of year one dreams of getting way from the last damp, chilly remnants of a long winter. Silverseas Cruises is currently booking passage for a cruise that will take passengers to 32 countries on all seven continents (a leisure travel first). The voyage starts in [Read More]

The Weakest Link

March 19, 2018 Dr. Tar 10

Though DOJ official Bruce Ohr has been demoted twice, he seems to have found a new career giving testimony to the FBI. He’s was interviewed 12 times by the Bureau between November 2016 and May 2017. Take your pick whether those interviews were for damage assessment by members of [Read More]

Weathering the MS Storm with Janice Dean

March 19, 2018 Dr. Tar 4

It’s #MSAwarenessWeek and today I started a new MS therapy. Thanks for all your love and prayers. I feel them! ❤️🙏🏻 @foxandfriends #TogetherStronger — Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) March 14, 2018 Multiple Sclerosis Awareness week and Fox News weather person, Janice Dean,  posted an opinion [Read More]

Tens Of Thousands Died After Medicaid Expansion

March 19, 2018 Dr. Tar 10

One of the less discussed short comings of the Obamacare mandate was the tendency to place those who couldn’t afford Obamacare compliant insurance into Medicaid. Now we’re finding that in those states that expanded Medicaid to cover healthy adults in the program was originally intended to [Read More]

Eleven Other Republicans Running in the Utah Senate Race

March 17, 2018 Dr. Tar 13

  Utah republicans now have an even dozen candidates to choose from in their June 26th primary to run for the Senate in the Mid-terms. Eleven other candidates filed the necessary papers Thursday to challenge the notion of a Mitt Romney “coronation” to the U.S. Senate. More  While most of the challengers [Read More]

Seattle’s Boondoggle Vouchers

March 17, 2018 Dr. Tar 5

  It was suppose to even the playing field for candidates rich and poor, Democracy Vouchers.  In a response to Citizens United, political reformers in Seattle passed a law giving voters “vouchers” worth $25. The voters were to donate those vouchers to their favorite candidates who would [Read More]

Researchers Think They’ve Solved Antibiotic Resistance

March 16, 2018 Dr. Tar 9

Biologists have known for a while how bacteria exchange DNA with each other and in the process will build an immunity to our drugs. By studying transposons, also called “jumping DNA,” on the molecular level, German researchers believe there are tricks we can use when designing new antibiotics  that can keep [Read More]

Access Denied To Conservative Voices

March 16, 2018 Dr. Tar 12

The campaign by tech companies to silence Conservative voices on their platforms has become all too obvious. For example, last week Twitter took to blocking any links to Kurt Schlichter  as well as others. See Here An analysis of Facebook’s algorithms shows how the site has bias against the site’s news [Read More]

Cover Girl Con

March 16, 2018 Dr. Tar 18

The need and want of a successful woman in the STEM field aided this massive con. Elizabeth Holmes, founder and head of the startup blood testing firm Theranos,  has been handed a huge fine and penalties from the Securities and Exchange Commission for a $700 [Read More]

Something’s In The Water

March 15, 2018 Dr. Tar 10

Researchers at the State University of New York have been testing bottled water from 11 different nations (including the U.S.). They’ve been looking for minute pieces and filaments of microplastic, some so small that it may cross over into our blood stream. Of the nearly [Read More]

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