America’s worst serial killer is exposed in a movie that was kept in wraps for years to hide it from you
Five years and five months ago a West Philadelphia doctor was convicted of murder, and only avoided lethal injection through a plea deal. The press ignored the case – a hot potato – because it focused on a monster, who performed hundreds of illegal late-term abortions, covered up his crimes, and also killed many living babies who briefly survived his sloppy and unsanitary procedures.
This Friday night, the movie describing his crimes, “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer“, will debut on 600-750 screens nationwide. The media, for the most part, will ignore the film.
Some may picket it, but anyone who goes to see it, will be horrified.
The film, produced in 2014, was blocked after Jeffrey Minehart, a judge on the case, sued the filmmakers. Minehart claimed that the movie (and a book) portrayed him as part of “Philadelphia’s liberal corrupt government.” Continue reading →
Privatized healthcare for Americans costs too much, plus our lifespan is shorter than in 25 other nations
America’s dirty little secret – as a nation, we pay more for healthcare and the results are far from worth it.
All of the top 50 major nations have far lower per capita healthcare costs. More than half enjoy much longer life expectancy. None of them, except Switzerland, are privatized, and their per capita medical costs are often a tiny fraction of what America pays.
There are not just a few isolated cases of countries paying less and their citizens living longer than us.
It occurs where you might expect: United Kingdom, Singapore, Hong Kong, Belgium, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, France, Canada, New Zealand, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Taiwan, Australia, Japan, Israel, South Korea, Italy and Spain. The difference between them and us – no profit motive there by pigs in boardrooms, or media bull from Wall Street. Continue reading →
250 colleges take tens of millions from globalists, and you wonder why their “studies” make no sense
Hurricane Maria killed 64, 247 or 2,975 persons last year, depending on what source you believe – FEMA, the Puerto Rico government or the Koch-backed GWU’s Milken Institute School of Public Health.
As recently as Sept. 5, Puerto Rico officials had complete details on only 64 individuals, who died in the hurricane and its aftermath. At the same time. those same officials told CNN the actual total should be 247 – the number of families whose deaths FEMA confirmed to be storm-related.
These 247 families received a total of $565,882 in assistance from FEMA to cover some funeral and burial expenses, according to Dasha Castillo, an agency spokeswoman. To compound matters FEMA said there were another 2,350 cases that were still under review for FEMA burial aid.
What happened to the agreed official death toll of 247? Continue reading →
The complete Russian Dossier is made public here, and it has all the trappings of a very bad spy novel
The White House had decided to release unredacted FISA documents this week that would reference the so-called Russian Dossier, submitted by Christopher Steele, and its impact on the independent counsel investigation into foreign meddling and collusion with the 2016 Donald Trump election campaign.
What is the dossier? Is it real or a pack of lies?
This blog first examined the actual dossier in April, 2017, and decided it was a fake.
Read the following from our archives and decide for yourself.
Someone was watching an old spy movie … when they created a “Russian Dossier” (RUDO) on then candidate President Donald Trump. Continue reading →
Glendale, known as “Arizona’s Antique Capital” and home to the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL, has a problem.
The city doesn’t like paying its elementary public school teachers a decent wage.
With a Master’s degree annual teacher’s base pay is only $41,007. Ph.Ds earn just $1,000 more!
Boasting a median family income of $51,162, Glendale is no inner city ghetto facing falling taxes and urban rot, but its Pendergast Elementary School District in 2014 decided to pay its teachers about $10,000 a year less than the national average, despite the high local cost of living. Continue reading →
California grasps at straws over plastic in our ocean, but the real causes are hidden from naive Americans
It will be a crime to provide plastic straws in California’s mom and pop restaurants (not fast food chains), unless requested, if Gov. J. Brown signs bill A.B. (1884) into law.
We are told this will save the planet from America’s profligate destruction of the environment. It might even help diminish that waste-plastic, small continent floating in the Pacific between Hawaii and California, now measuring about three times the size of France.
While Golden State lawmakers pat themselves proudly, the real reasons for the plastic island, dubbed Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP), have been hidden from Americans.
The biggest culprit is abandoned plastic fishing gear, primarily nets, left by commercial operations. Continue reading →
Do you suffer from a really bad heart, cancer, or need dialysis, and still want to buy health insurance?
If you can find a company in the U.S.A. that will cover you, the price will be many thousands of dollars a month with a cap on total payments, plus co-pays through the roof. If you don’t die rather quickly, our health system will devour your savings, house, car and force close relatives into poverty.
One alternative is to move to Japan, stay with a visa good for more than three months, and you will become part of their health system, which means: Continue reading →
A half million will sleep on the streets tonight, but nothing seems to wake up Congress to this tragedy
The smoking guns in mass killings may not be just the weapons, but also the danger posed by the untreated mentally ill, who are responsible for ten percent of homicides in the U.S.A., according to the Treatment Advocacy Center.
And many of these mentally impaired are nearly dead, forgotten, sleeping in cardboard boxes, homeless because of a federal program launched in 1963 by JFK, that has become deadly, useless and exorbitant.
Our do-nothing Congress knows the danger, but the homeless don’t vote or give politicians payoffs.
The National Institute of Mental Health focuses on the problem this way: Continue reading →