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Doctor: No Such Thing as ADHD

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

The child would daydream in class, his elementary-school teachers said. He often just didn't pay attention the way they would have liked. This was before the age of prevalent ADHD diagnoses and Ritalin, so no remedy was at hand, either. If one had been, though, who knows what he might have been?

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Should We Trust Forensic Evidence?

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

A Minnesota man spent nearly three months in jail on felony drug charges because police could not tell the difference between amphetamines and organic vitamin supplements.

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Things Are Getting Better, or Are They?

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

 Recently Bob Aldelmann wrote that human progress is accelerating. You can read the full article at TheNewAmerican.com. Below is a list of the things that Adelmann uses to support this:

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Public Education Responsible for Obama's Crusade Comments and Flaws in Foreign Policy

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

President Obama is one of many modern presidents whose foreign policy has been a disappointment because of flawed educational policies and political correctness.

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Three Reasons to Engage In Gift Giving

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

The new holiday cliché is to complain about hyper-materialism. Everyone is objectified, these critics say, reduced to goods bought and sold in the marketplace by corporate America. That's Christmas in their minds: the wolves of Wall Street devouring the lambs of Main Street on Black Friday.

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Danger of Reality TV

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Americans love their reality TV shows-the drama, the insults, the bullying, the callousness, the damaged relationships delivered through the lens of a surveillance camera-and there's no shortage of such dehumanizing spectacles to be found on or off screen, whether it's Cops, Real Housewives or the heavy-handed tactics of police officers who break down doors first and ask questions later.

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National Headlines

Posted: Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Practical Joke SWATting Leads to Tragic Results, Federal Judge Stops Obama Executive Action Amnesty, and more...

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