Tom Magliozzi was beloved by people of all ages. Adults knew him as co-host of NPR’s popular “Car Talk” program. Children met him as the voice of Rusty Rust-ez from “Cars,” a 2006 Disney/Pixar hit. Magliozzi died yesterday of complications resulting from Alzheimer’s disease. He is survived by his brother Ray, his long time co-host.
Perhaps you’ve hear the claim that the powers that be wish to thin the human herd by 80%, possibly by 2025. There are various versions of the statement with different percentages and deadlines. We’re not here to verify the best wording of the warning, but a new study certainly does gives it greater credibility.
Many people assume homeschoolers miss out on rich educational opportunities by not enrolling in public school. But here’s an elective no public school would teach, especially when officials are so afraid of anything that vaguely resembles a weapon.
While America’s feds have been assuring the population and other levels of government that the dangers of catching Ebola are not that likely, the World Health Organization has ramped up its own warning.
You can’t fool the world forever. The fiat Ponzi scheme being run out of the US Federal Reserve system means that things are going to get a lot worse, before they get any better. At least, that’s what they’re hoping.