Monthly Archives: June 2012

Computational DNA Profiling and Molecular Genetic Engineering

There are those who so completely dismiss genetic variation that induces significant differences in individuals, particularly between the traditional races, that not only would they rail at DNA profiling, but they would deny individuals with serious illness the result such … Continue reading

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Ignorant Liberals

On the day after the Roberts decision (Obamacare of course) I’m not convinced that Liberals understand what they were handed.  What they were handed appeared in the press today, but I believe they are so damn blind in their doctrine and intended … Continue reading

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CNS Alleles

An Allele is DNA that is one of two or more forms of a gene.  It may also be a genetic ‘locus’ comprised of several genes.  This is not uncommon knowledge.  However, for all of the commonality humans supposedly share … Continue reading

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Jonah Goldberg

Jonah Goldberg authored an article for today’s Newsday website titled something to the effect of John Roberts’ Judicial ‘Twistifications’ concerning Obamacare.  I personally think — and I have been wrong a great many times — that Roberts set America up … Continue reading

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HIV: The Workhorse

Every American has heard of HIV, unless they are juveniles or perhaps suffering from some mental incapacity.  There are two species of HIV:  HIV-1 and HIV-2, which is primarily confined to West Africa.  HIV-2 is believed to have originated in in the … Continue reading

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Warning to the Well Heeled

Well you know it if you are truly well heeled and conservative.  You liberal wealthy folk out there can just keep your capital tied up in U.S. markets.  Next year the U.S. Supreme Court has let stand $813 Billion in … Continue reading

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SCOTUS Ruling: Medicaid not so fast.

On the topic of the expansion of the Medicaid program, which would cover roughly half of the 30 million new people expected to have access to health insurance under the law, the court narrowed what is permissible. As written, the … Continue reading

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The Golden Rule: Less Than 50

That’s it.  All future businesses we create in the U.S. will employ no more than 49 people.  That gives us the flexibility to tailor benefits to our needs without the mandate to offer Employer Sponsored Insurance.  Many other previous functions … Continue reading

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