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Abolish Them All

Good piece by Dick Puddlecote on the Wild West of Public Health: They squeal that industry is not transparent but considering groups like ASH have been in receipt of taxpayer funding for over 40 years, why are they excluded from … Continue reading

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The Twitter Presidency

I think we’re going to see a lot of this sort of thing from The Donald: He’s going to be using Twitter a lot. And why not? Some people seem to think that he should let his views be known … Continue reading

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You’re Going To Reap Just What You Sow

I wake up every morning thinking about the smoking ban. That shouldn’t surprise anybody: the smoking ban of 1 July 2007 was the occasion of my expulsion from society. I’ve been an outsider ever since that day, both literally and … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Exit The WHO

H/T Harley for this Spectator piece: The post-Communist quest for world domination runs straight through “health care.” Step one, health care is a human right. Step two, the government provides health care. Step three, every part of human behavior is … Continue reading

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Appendix 3 Suggestions

Chris Snowdon has submitted an email to the WHO (appendix3@who.int) in response to the consultation process on their Non-Communicable Disease action plan (which is really just another nine yards of meddling and bullying). I don’t usually respond to these things, … Continue reading

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BBC: “Basic right” to Smoke

I was away from home last night, and using my little Asus netbook, and I thought I’d posted up a new blog post, but when I got home today there was no sign of it at all. I must’ve pressed … Continue reading

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Whom The Gods Wish To Destroy

Chris Snowdon: The WHO’s latest clandestine tobacco control meeting is due to take place in New Delhi in November. Readers may recall that the last shindig (in Moscow) saw a blanket ban on everybody from Interpol to the media – … Continue reading

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