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Concealed Carry Acceptance

The art of carrying weapons for self-protection; such as clubs, knives or whatever, exists since early mankind. Popular use of Concealed Carry pistols started with Henry Deringer’s single shot, muzzle loaded pistol in 1852 and modern day Concealed Carry got its start in 1976 when Georgia first introduced such laws for ordinary citizens. 511 more words

Concealed Carry

Policy and Regulatory Decision Making in the Medical Profession: A Framework to Identify the influence of Special Interest Groups and "Bent" Science

In  Bending Science: How Special Interests Corrupt Public Health Research 1  Thomas McGarity and Wendy Wagner describe how special interest groups scheme to advance their own economic or ideological goals by using distorted or “bent” science to influence legal, regulatory and public health policy. 2,832 more words

Impaired Physicians

The real “Divider-in-Chief” DIVIDING BY SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS

The Real “Divider-in-Chief” DIVIDING BY SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS

If anyone were to do a quick analytic study of the archives of this site we believe that the ranking hierarchy for the top three would be… 691 more words
Political Correctness

Turn Tumblr Into A Virtual Special Interest Group

Genealogy today is more than ancestral charts and family group sheets – much more. Today’s researcher needs to know how to craft the perfect search query, develop naming conventions for digital files and import a GEDCOM. 609 more words

Projects

Essay Attempt 2: Israel/Palestine (yikes!)

Q:Are Israel’s actions appropriate and necessary self-defense in the face of an enemy that won’t be peaceful, or are they immoral and out of proportion to any threat? 597 more words

Fact

OP(iu)M - Other People's Money

Taxes.

Don’t you love paying taxes? If we didn’t pay taxes what would we do with all our money? Probably spend it on frivolous things like food and clothing and shelter. 623 more words

Life

Step Back and Let the Politicians Do Their Job!... What?

A look at the Top 20 spenders of lobbying money. I want to extend grateful appreciation to the Center for Responsive Politics and http://www.OpenSecrets.org for gathering this data and allowing me to publish this list. 88 more words

Economics