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...these facts from the people…I will undertake to prove from their death certificates and vital records, now concealed and withheld from the public, that there have been more deaths from vaccination than from smallpox in every year for the past fifteen years in the City and State of New York.”
In his Petition, Mr. Higgins passionately believed that every soldier and civilian should have the CHOICE to be VACCINATED or not, making it free and voluntary for each individual. Mr. Higgins passionately investigates the origins of and distribution of inflicted diseases by... (more)
Jim Carroll, an icon of the underground for his memoir, 'The Basketball Diaries,' died Friday, Sept. 11, in his New York City apartment of a heart attack, his ex-wife Rosemary Carroll told the New York Times. He was 60.
I met Jim in 1986, when he read some of his poetry at San Jose State University. Afterward, we shared a beer and some other non-heavy drugs. He was a really great guy--we watched an NBA game on TV and chatted for a couple of hours. Every time I meet a great writer, I go home and write. Jim re-excited me about writing back during a down period in my life.
...brave and persistent efforts on behalf of Chinese believers. China Aid (CAA) further encourages people from around the world to pray for rule of law and justice for the Christians in China.
The full copy of the letter is by Pastor “Bike” Jiang Mingxuan is available on http://www.chinaaid.org/downloads/sb_chinaaid/OpenLettertoPresidentHu.pdf.
A copy of the UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS by the United Nations in New York City is available through www.un.org.
Photograph by China Aid: Pastors and believers in China.(more)
...King of Bollywood, or in some Indian fans eyes, the “Brad Pitt” of Bollywood. However, I’ll give that title to Abishek Bachchan.
If you are on the East coast you know that quite a few movies have been made by Bollywood stars: Kal Ho Naa Ho, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, New York.
We all know that American uses racial profiling. (Wait, did I let that cat out the bag?). According to Officials at the Department Of Homeland Security it insists that people are not pulled aside for a “secondary inspection” based on their religion.
If you... (more)
When I first decided to move to New York, I told everyone I’d be living in the hip, trendy, East Village area of Manhattan. Naturally, why wouldn’t I want to live there? After all, I had visited for two weeks and spent most of my free time sipping lattes at the quaint cafes, trying new cuisines at the French restaurants, shopping in the over-priced boutiques and took in as much Jazz as I could stomach while I got myself acquainted with what I thought would be my new neighborhood. Of course, since when does life ever go as we plan? After searching for apartments through Craigslist,... (more)
...sexual ethics sanctioning arrangements such as trial marriages and recreational promiscuity. Russell's views regarding family life were further elaborated upon in "Marriage & Morals", a publication whose radicalism contributed to costing Russell a professorship at the City College Of New York.
Russell's primary intellectual motivation was a burning contempt for God and His divine order for man. This conclusion can be drawn from Russell's social views, which were an eclectic mixture of totalitarian and anarchistic impulses.
On the one hand, Russell supported the... (more)
...celebrity culture. I feel that L.A. , even though it is a little bit fantasy world but because they are more sensitive and more P.C. it does reflect the rest of the country. N.Y is N.Y., it’s unique and there’s nothings else that’s like it and just because you kill in new York, doesn’t mean you are going to kill all over the country.
Wolviela: You gave yourself two years to make it after moving to L.A. from Ohio. Do you feel you have achieve this goal?
Funny Indian: Yes is the short answer. I feel it was big accomplishment of my life... (more)
Woodstock was a sleepy little art town in upstate New York that had a music festival that changed history back in the summer of 1969.
Yes the Woodstock Music & Arts festival has changed from the summer of 1969 and yet it still has the same message. Now 40 years later still presenting the much needed message of PEACE. It is a message we need to hear more than ever, as we have new and more aggressive players in a world armed with even more weapons to destroy.
The Woodstock International Walk for Peace will be happening August 8-9 2009.
This group was started by Father... (more)
...honking automobiles. Looking forward to Camp Fires. Singing Crickets. Serenity. Being a water baby, I pulled my swim suitout ofthe suit case first. Next I was on a mission to bring thegiant inflatable floats with drink holders down to the pier along witha fewbeers. Unlike the Hudson river in New York City, you could actually see 12 feet down through the crystal clear water as the fish swam by.The water beckoned me and mystraw coyboy hat, so I willingly dove in. Like a happy frog on a lilly pad, I climbed up on the float and coasted along the lake and stared up at the sky filled with cotton ... (more)
I get excited every year when All-Star Time is here.
Here are my picks. Tell me what you think. Are they good or do they stink?
Ed’s All-Star Squad
First Base: Mark Texeira, New York Yankees
Second Base: Aaron Hill, Toronto Blue Jays
Shortstop: Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
Third Base: Evan Longoria, Tampa Rays
Catcher: Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins
Outfield: Jason Bay, Boston Red Sox
Outfield: Torii Hunter, Los Angeles Angels
Oufield: Ichiro Suzuki,... (more)