Author Archives: Jesse Shivley

Should I run for it?

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Impact of fluoride on neurological development in children

Fool at work was arguing with me. I looked this up. Harvard School of Public Health- by Marge Dwyer July 25, 2012 — For years health experts have been unable to agree on whether fluoride in the drinking water may … Continue reading

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Finally it’s been explained!

 

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Entitlement for Some

In Iowa, steps are being taken by the state house of representatives to repeal the practice of giving professors at state universities, which are funded by state taxes, paid vacations known as sabbaticals. Continue reading

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Jefferson on Government

“History, in general, only informs us of what bad government is.”  This is a quote attributed to Thomas Jefferson, the man who penned our Declaration of Independence. What examples of bad government did history offer in the second half of … Continue reading

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Pork Projects, Section 8, and Ancient Worries

When one looks at the massive amount of spending done by the elected representatives of the federal government on unpopular wars and unpopular projects, one might ask oneself, “By what authority do these people, some elected not even by popular … Continue reading

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