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John McCormick


John McCormick is a reporter, /science/medical columnist and finance and social commentator, with 18,000+ bylined stories and seven major books. He is a 38-year member of the National Press Club, retired emergency management coordinator, physicist, and member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and a member of The Union of Concerned Scientists. He is a senior NewsBlaze writer who writes incisive, investigative stories. Medical Blog https://criticalmedicalnews.blogspot.com/

Other recent books are “Sheep in the Rafters,” and “Everywhere I turn There’s a Wet Nose” a book for those who see dog hair as a condiment (about the science of and love for dogs) are available on Amazon.
The list of all of his books is here: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00287RNFS

The Silhouettes in October 1957: ‘Get a Job’

Best job search engine lets you search hundreds of sites in seconds. jobs.clusty.com even lets you search by ZIPCode or using natural language terms such as Microsoft near Seattle.

Economist Always Tell the Truth? Trust Me

Why is everyone listening to the latest Nobel Laureate in economics? Does winning the prize automatically mean he is correct about things? A look at recent history shows how poorly some Economic Laureates have done.

The Obama/Augustinian Rule – Is There More to Fear Than Fear...

Why the stimulus package won't work - why it MUST be made to work somehow, why it will eventually make things worse but still has to be done now, and why we have far more to fear than fear itself.

Mattress Money?

There is a safer place to put cash than in a bank or your mattress. Federal credit unions are sound and have stronger backing that the FDIC insurance carried by banks.

Who is a Hero?

Lots of people are real heroes and I know some personally which is why I am so upset by the extremely loose way some people use and thereby degrade the term.