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Tag: community water fluoridation

Flame retardants, fluoride, and your lack of skepticism

This article slid across my desk this morning:

It turns out that our furniture first became full of flame retardants because of the tobacco industry, according to internal cigarette company documents examined by The Tribune. A generation ago, tobacco companies were facing growing pressure to produce fire-safe cigarettes, because so many house fires started with smoldering cigarettes. So tobacco companies mounted a surreptitious campaign for flame retardant furniture, rather than safe cigarettes, as the best way to reduce house fires.

The documents show that cigarette lobbyists secretly organized the National Association of State Fire Marshals and then guided its agenda … continue reading...

Arsenic and Fluoride; Watch the Double-Speak

I rarely have mentioned my complete opposition to community water fluoridation on this blog.  I suppose it would be appropriate seeing how it is illustrative of so many of concerns I have regarding liberty and big government and progressivism.   Today I learned of a controversy which just seems to be so ironic that I can’t help myself.

If you’ve heard about the Dr. Oz expose about arsenic in apple juice, then you might guess where this is going.   If not, take a look at this article, from which I will extract quotes to use in making my point.

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