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Dale Tavris is a physician-epidemiologist who has practiced epidemiology in departments of public health and taught epidemiology, preventive medicine and public health to medical students. He has published several scientific articles in medical and public health journals, and a book, "Philosophy in Epidemiology and Public Health". He currently works for the FDA, doing epidemiologic research on medical devices.
He works as a volunteer for the Election Defense Alliance, where he analyzes election data for signs of election fraud.
Because we Say so
Too many Americans today believe, without sufficient thought or questioning, that everything their country does is morally right. This article discusses how our leaders have manipulated the thought processes of the American people to prevent them from questioning the morality of what those leaders do in the name of the American people, and what the consequences are of our failure to exercise enough independent thought.
Monday, April 28, 2008
Obama Refused to Let Two Stooges from ABC Define him
The April 17th Democratic Presidential debate in Philadelphia provided one of the worst examples of corporate news media irresponsibility the American people have ever witnessed.
This article describes how two ABC stooges used their privileged position as debate moderators to attempt to destroy Barack Obama's candidacy and to push right wing talking points on the American people, and how Obama turned the tables on them.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008(3 comments)
John McCain and the Myth of the Activist Liberal Judge
This article debunks the myth of the "activist liberal judge" by discussing evidence that, especially at the highest levels of the federal judiciary, conservatives have been much more prone to contaminate their judicial decisions with ideology than liberals. It also discusses how John McCain has actively contributed to this myth, which he plans to use to nominate fundamentalist conservative judges if he is elected President.