Tuesday, May 15, 2007


Vanderbilt is doing AIDS vaccine research and according to the site the program is "looking for healthy, uninfected people, aged 18-50, of both sexes, including all ethnic and racial backgrounds and from all walks of life. Before a person enters a study, it is thoroughly explained and all their questions are answered. Participating in a study is completely voluntary." With a heavy emphasis on healthy, uninfected people and thoroughly explained. Why healthy and how are they going to vaccinate them without infecting them??
Bush administration rejected foreign aid for Katrina victims
other nations offered $854 million in cash and in oil that was to be sold for cash only $40 million was used. Also The impoverished nation of Bangladesh, for example, offered $1 million in monetary aid and a disaster management team. The Bush administration accepted the money but turned down the disaster team. "The administration also rejected tents, sheets and pillows offered by Pakistan; flooding
and sanitation experts from Honduras; doctors, food, blankets and clothing from Peru; water purification equipment from Denmark; and electric generators from Israel. Other rejected aid included medical teams, body bags, bottled water and specially trained rescue dogs." I gotta stop, Condi....Damn!!! To further the damage "In Orleans Parish, twice as many African-Americans as whites said their lives were still "very" or "somewhat" disrupted. Seventy-two percent of blacks said they had problems getting health care, compared with 32 percent of whites. Blacks were more likely to say that their financial status, health and job security had worsened since the storm. And they expressed considerably more anxiety than whites about the sturdiness of the rebuilt levees, the danger from future Katrina's and the prospect of living without enough money or health care, or a decent home." Condi!!!!! DAMN!!!!


Researchers challenge Kennedy lone gunman theory
Bullet analysis used to justify the lone assassin theory behind President John F. Kennedy's assassination is based on flawed evidence, according to a team of researchers including a former top FBI scientist. Including former FBI lab metallurgist William Tobin, said new chemical and statistical analyses of bullets from the same batch used by Oswald suggest that more than two bullets could have struck the president.

The cost of the Iraq war could have hired 7,383,430 additional public school teachers. Hey someone has to get rich huh???

I teach and it disturbs me to see these kids glorify things they do not understand ie wanna be gangster and anything else their parents did not tell them was wrong. The world is crazy and dangerous and unfortunately their parents are not giving them the tools to "know" Political positioning/polarization is monopolizing their future and people still like to be docile.Folks need to wake up before they find themselves along side Ron Brown..

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