Archive | March 2012

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Are There Acceptable SCAMS?

Usually the words “scam “or “fraud”  are used to identify any unacceptable business practice which are normally subjected to prosecution. In other words, the law intervenes and proceeds with arrests, followed by charges leading to trials; however these days that seems to happen only to small businesses with limited financial resources, more often than not […]

My Second Chance

Originally posted on Dr. Carpenter Saved My Life:
It is with humble heart that I write this letter of gratitude to you Dr. Carpenter, for all that you endure by conspiring men (and women) whose hearts are blinded by what has been an absolute miracle to me, and to a lot of other women suffering with…

Originally posted on Freak on a L.I.E.S.H.: Stalking Someone from Halfway Across the Continent We did mention that Wolven has demonstrated herself to be an expert stalker. This began on web forums (including the one on her video page), as she adopted the habit of interrogating anyone who attempted to…

Federal Jack and Lase Med Inc, Veterans of the Google Wars

A YouTube video exposing trickery to keep the truth from you, and to make sure the same slanderous pages by the same hired bloggers retain top search positions.

Does the public actually prefer “Dirty Laundry?”

I believe the time has come to discuss the painful subject of public opinion. We all know that the public is fickle and easily convinced to turn its opinions in a completely opposite direction as easily and  quickly as the wind does, apparently as long as that change involves moving from acclamation to condemnation.   However […]

Dr. Carpenter and Popeye (Federal Jack .com) Discuss the New Web Article.


“If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” –Malcolm X It is common knowledge that the healthcare industry has become a virtual monopoly controlled by pharmaceutical interests with inordinate amounts of influence in Washington, D.C., and beyond; and […]