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The EPA continues to reject science in favor of unscientific, activist-promoted regulation of a spectrum of products essential to farmers and consumers. 
2023 has been quite a year. Beginning with “Scoring some Ambien from the Online Pharmacy from Hell” to “More Opioid Idiocy,” 100 articles on a range of topics.
The claim? All sorts, various, blunderbuss – typical lawyer tripe and tribble: those legal loose fits and scrooges allege that:
I’ve written in the past about the ecological impact of natural vs. artificial Christmas trees.
Here is a new (and typically idiotic) edition of The J-Man Chronicles. Enjoy
Here are just two things learned:
When I worked for another think tank 40 years ago (dang, I am old), the president used to say books with new ideas are great, but people (by that, he meant journalists and policymakers) don’t have time to read books.
After Thanksgiving and often a meal that leaves one a bit bloated and listless, consider this.
“In 2018, scientists discovered a new organ (?) in the human body. You’d think after centuries of cutting ourselves open, we’d know the intimate details of the structures within us by now.
Our conversation begins with the emergence of sub-variant of Omicron EG.5 and its impact, particularly in large cities like Manhattan.
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