She’s a Big Old Flag

Mr. Editor: June 14 is Flag Day, a day dedicated to commemorating the adoption of the American flag. On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress adopted the flag resolution which read: “. . . [T]The flag of the thirteen United States is thirteen bands, alternating red and white, the …

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Yukon Territory horse tests positive for EIA – The horse

On May 24, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) National Reference Laboratory confirmed positive infectious anemia (EIA) results for a horse in Watson Lake, Yukon. The horse owner had requested the test from a licensed veterinarian to meet the requirements prior to entering a facility. In accordance with program policy, …

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Michael Egnor: Stop making killing a form of healing

Recently, neurosurgeon Michael Egnor pleaded with fellow physicians to take a firmer stance on the rapid normalization of murder as a form of ‘cure’ in our society: The medical profession must take a clear stand on this issue: Doctors who kill deliberately – whether by abortion, medically assisted suicide or …

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Buddha’s Legacy and the Second Coming

An unrivaled heritage Six years of unwavering courage, tenacious work and endless spiritual pursuit have transformed a human into a divine figure – Siddhartha became Buddha, an enlightened man. Its opposition to the most popular concepts – the Vedas (especially the Karma Kanda section), soul and God – earned him …

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