Monthly Archives: December 2012

Dangerous Drugs: The Link between Psychiatric Drugs & Violence (Part 1)

After the horrific shootings last week and hearing passing reports that the 20 year old shooter, Adam Lanza had been on anti depressants and remembering that past mass shooters  were also on antidepressants, made me research the prevalence of  medicating … Continue reading

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Slaughtering the Lambs

 Upon waking up today and checking my Twitter feed, I came across the news of the day.  28 people shot and killed in a Newtown CT elementary school, twenty of which children.  Sadly, this wasn’t an isolated instance of violence … Continue reading

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The Grey & My Continuing Love Affair with Liam Neeson

  A few months back I watched, The Grey starring Liam Neeson.  Released in 2011 and directed by Joe Carnahan of Smokin Aces and the A-Team, is a film of enduring spirit.  It takes place in Alaska and centers on … Continue reading

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Drones: They Should Scare the Hell Out of You

Drones: They Should Scare the Hell Out of You   I read the news.  I consider myself somewhat of a “News Junkie” comparing sources, staying away from the mainstream as much as possible simply due to the over simplified and … Continue reading

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