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Silverbullet 1 year, 10 months ago on Meadors awaits guidance from attorneys

Meadows is technically a "Whistle Blower" and it seems that under the United States Code is offered certain protection for his actions against prosecution, persecution and lawsuits. Again, "Malicious or negative" comments, if proven, do not provide grounds for a lawsuit, at least not one that can be won. The first case in the courts concerning the First Amendment Rights was built around a newspaper's comments which constituted 'libelous remarks'. It was 124 years after the time of the signing of the Constitution and The Bill of RIghts. Had this Federal Court ruled otherwise, then it would have become case law that no person could speak or print malicious or negative comments about another. But this groundbreaking decision ruled that in the event the remarks were not, in fact, groundless, then the case was totally without merit.

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Silverbullet 1 year, 10 months ago on Letter: Industry deal might not be as good as thought

Seems like the insiders who are talking about the Baxter deal are saying, "It still isn't even a done deal yet!" Would be nice if the newspaper asked some simple questions about this since they were one of several news sources who took the hook, line, and sinker to announce in essence, "We have secured the deal with Baxter." I personally would ask the President of the Four County Development Authority, in writing, several questions of this nature and require a response back in writing. Then publish the questions and the responses in the newspaper.

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Silverbullet 1 year, 10 months ago on 'Weight of Nation' documentary available on web

A WARNING! I know the medical community such as the CDC and the WHO dont seem to be really interested in 'curing' diseases. Why you ask? One of my doc pals who I presented the same cure for many bacterial, viral and mold spore infections including MRSA to, told me when I asked him why I had no response to my correspondence to those agencies was, "There aint no money in it!" With this simple device (About $40.00) we could cut communicable disease by at least 25% overnight by placing one in schools, hospitals, universities, public rest rooms and government buildings. The major problem with obesity is very simple. Although they tell us there is an identical amount of components in high fruitcose corn sweeteners and sugar, there is one thing they are not telling us. In the corn sweeteners the components are not bonded together. In sugar the components are chemically bound together. Corn sweeteners go directly into your system, as in immediate, complete uptake. When you eat 'real' sugar, your body has to do work to separate the compounds for uptake and that in itself burns calories. More importantly, there is not a complete uptake of the sugar because a portion of it is eliminated before it is broken down. You can go online and compare the increase in high fruitcose corn sweetener useage and see the identical graph incline shape as to the obesity increase. These graphs are available online beginning in 1992. Identical increases indicate one thing. The obesity problems began with the widespread use of high fruitcose corn sweeteners. A large part of the blame goes to the USDA. When agribusiness finds a crop they can make a lot of money on, rather than testing the crop to see if there are any harmful side effects, the USDA promotes the crop to the public and sometimes gives subsidies to the farmers to grow it! Soy is an excellent example. When farmers found they could get three crops a year instead of two (Previously wheat and hay for example) it was promoted as a great consumable. Truth is 49% of all people living in the United States have a soy allergy. Great for docs who specialize in allergies, eh? So, in conclusion, please dont eat nor dare feed your children ANYTHING with the high fruitcose corn sweeteners. And take a moment to sit down at your computer and write a note to the people who are selling us this unhealthy product. Tell them about their responsibility to the public. Let them know we are not stupid!

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Silverbullet 1 year, 11 months ago on Darrell Huckaby: This breaking news story worth about as much as the subject matter

WHEN FOLKS BECAME A NUISANCE. Where are the tar and feathers? We do still have a railroad. Co-joined, the combination used to be the requisite for those who just didn't understand that we are going to protect our community. About all we can do now is to accept the fact some newcomers these days don't seem to have any real sense of community. They can leave about as fast as they came here once their true character reveals itself. If anybody will have them, that is.

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Silverbullet 1 year, 11 months ago on Newton Citizen Poll for May 20

What is the problem with the alleged confusion concerning funds at the local Perimeter College? How can you be that far off without knowing something is wrong? Are the educators/administrators who are responsible for educating our students not able to add and subtract? Another total embarrassment for our community!

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Silverbullet 1 year, 11 months ago on Newton Poll - 05-21-11

We cannot afford to pay our Deputies a decent wage because we are too busy spending money on walking trails. What a total waste of money! Who are these people that cannot see the difference in wants and needs? Why do our commissioners agree with them all the time? Can anyone out there answer these simple questions?

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Silverbullet 1 year, 11 months ago on Baxter expected to have halo effect on region

Has Baxter spent any money on the deal yet? Have they bought the land? Oh, are we giving them the land? Help me here.

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Silverbullet 1 year, 11 months ago on Letter: Industry deal might not be as good as thought

Would the newspaper please do a story oh EXACTLY WHO negotiated this deal on 'behalf' of the taxpaying citizens of the four counties. There has to be someone at the helm. Who was it? Thank you. PS: Also get their resume' or credentials. That is going to be interesting!

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