A Victory for the Good Guys!

Thanks to all of your efforts, including emails, calls, and visits the Mental Health Parity bill that would have forced insurance carriers to cover all 374 mental disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV), literally opening the door to anyone being labeled with a mental disorder and drugged, was defeated. It was extremely important that this bill be stopped, as there should be no parity of insurance coverage when there is no parity of diagnoses. The fact is, unlike real medical conditions which can be verified by a scientific/medical procedure, there are no blood tests, brain scans, chemical imbalance tests, X-Rays, etc. that can prove any psychiatric disorder is a disease or illness, yet millions are needlessly drugged due to this junk science. With commonly prescribed psychiatric drugs now acknowledged by international drug regulators as causing suicide, mania, homicidal ideation, psychosis, diabetes, heart attack, stroke and sudden death (20 warnings this year alone), you can see why defeating Mental Health Parity was so important. Under the guise of “helping” people, this bill was designed only to benefit those with a vested interest in hooking millions more Americans on drugs.
People deserve real solutions and real medical help, not junk science and vested interests looking to shove more drugs down their throats. Thanks to your efforts, they may find there are safer alternatives than the psychiatric/pharmaceutical cartel would have them believe.
CCHR International

A Satirical But Accurate Article On Upgrading From Vista to XP

“To be honest there is only one conclusion to be made; Microsoft have really outdone themselves in delivering a brand new operating system that really excels in all the areas where Vista was sub-optimal. From my testing, discussions with friends and colleagues, and a review of the material out there on the web there seems to be no doubt whatsoever that the upgrade to XP is well worth the money. Microsoft can really pat themselves on the back for a job well done, delivering an operating system which is much faster and far more reliable than its predecessor. Anyone who thinks there are problems in the Microsoft Windows team need only point to this fantastic release and scoff loudly.” More…