Monthly Archives: December 2011

Doctor’s Charged for Murder

Two out-of-state doctors who traveled to Maryland to perform late-term abortions have been arrested and charged with multiple counts of murder under the state’s viable fetus law, authorities said.  Dr. Steven Brigham, of Voorhees, N.J., was taken into custody Wednesday … Continue reading

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Ahh, Iran’s at it again..!

Threatens to block key oil shipment U.S. military officials warned Wednesday that any attempt by Iran to disrupt oil shipments at the mouth of the Persian Gulf “will not be tolerated,” as Iran threatened for the second day in a … Continue reading

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Iran…a nation of problems

There are reasons why the Persian people should hold their heads high with world renowned accomplishments. The Persians were ahead of the entire world with their feats using iron and bronze. At one time the Persian Empire covered easily one-third … Continue reading

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Holder and Perez of Justice Department trying to withhold actual reform!

The Palmetto State’s new law actually provides free state-issued photo identification cards to all that need them just like the laws of all the other states with such laws that the Department of Justice either pre-cleared or decided not to … Continue reading

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Intel and Kraft’s iSample vending kiosks study shoppers

Defining privacy is one of those expositions that could fall right in with politics, religion, or sex. Please don’t bring those topics up at holiday parties, cocktail parties, or anywhere near Happy Hour. Privacy it seems has definitions that are … Continue reading

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When will there be enough intervention?

Today we embarked on another journey that we are adding to The Thinker’s repertoire of potentially hazardous consequences that have been staring at us for quite a while and we are just now seeing them through the critical thinking porthole … Continue reading

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Denial of “facts” violation of Free Speech?

Should people have the right to deny historical fact? The Los Angeles Times’ editorial board thinks so, writing on Dec. 21 that a proposed law in France to criminalize denial of the Armenian genocide would be a “monstrous violation of … Continue reading

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Sexual Assault and America’s dirty little secret

Far be it from us to even venture into this delicate and explosive matter. We at The Thinker are pro-military and defense for our nation; furthermore, for the protection of our rights. Believe me I would much rather be writing … Continue reading

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It’s the Information Age but can you handle it?

Don’t know if anyone caught it or not; however, there seems to be an interplay going on within the journalism profession – not between journalists mind you, but rather various agencies not recognizing certain bloggers’ writing; subsequently, making the procurement … Continue reading

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Matt Damon Rips President Obama, Says He Failed to Lead

Okay we have no problem with this at all: Where there is information and knowledge that can be learned we normally are a pretty picky bunch around here. Well to be certain, some more than others. And from the hallowed … Continue reading

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