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August 31, 2010
Powered by Podbean.com Download this episode (right click and save) Today’s guest is Scott Tips and he has been the General Counsel for the National Health Federation, the world’s oldest health freedom organization protecting citizen health rights since 1989. In 2007 he became its acting president and is the organization’s …
Hardly a morning passes without food making the headlines. This week has brought us the burger that thinks it
Will there be a major war between China and India? That’s the 64,000 rupee question addressed by the highly respected British magazine “The Economist” in a major article in their 21 August issue. The “Economist” warns that the long contested border between the two giant Asian rivals risks sparking future clashes or even a full-scale war.
Beyond the simplistic debate
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In a few days’ time, officials at the Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum in Greenland  will reveal the winners of a new round of licences to drill for oil and gas in its waters. The announcement promises to be explosive.
The Commerce Department on Friday sharply cut its estimate of US economic growth in the second quarter of 2010. The department revised downward its initial estimate, issued July 30, of a 2.4 percent increase in the gross domestic product (GDP) to the even more anemic figure of 1.6 percent.