For over 70 years I have been studying and forming opinions. I have opinions on almost everything. But the ones presented here are reactions to what I call false information and bad Politics. "Computerized Superstition" and "Politics & Special Favors" were published as editorials in the "North County Times", the local newspaper for San Diego's North County. The rest are published only on this Web Site. They cover a wide range of topics. Comments are invited because if you disagree with me and prove me wrong, then I learn. If I prove you wrong, then you learn. But please no flame wars.
Questions for the 2017 US Presidential Candidates
What we need in the 2017 US Presidential Candidates
GMO and Me
California Proposition 37
The Cure letter
Worth of Time 2010
No Child Left Behind
Blame California Legislature for poor gas mileage.
Politics & Special Favors
Science versus Religion
True Church Specifications
GMO, Health, Cancer, etc.
Electric Vehicle Association of San Diego
Reccomended Links: Why Ban High Fructose Corn Syrup
Institute for Respnsible Technology
Dr. Mercola's current newsletter
Alliance for Natural Health
Drudge Report [current links of interest]
When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you cannot measure it, when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meager and unsatisfactory kind: it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have scarcely, in your thoughts, advanced to the stage of science.
Here are some of the places I go to look for information. The World Wide Web surf is up!
If you really want to know what your United States Congressman is up to, visit the Library of Congress and see the bills before U.S. Senate and House. Once I even found a bill to exempt a specific family from taxes. Wow, what a special favor. Fortunately it didn't pass.
Californians who want to see what their State Senator is doing can visit the California State Senate. Additional legislative information can be found at the California Assembly Web Site. If you want to know what California is doing, visit the California State Web Site.
And for the daily news, there is always the Drudge Report