May 5, 2019

*George Washington Mural ‘Traumatizes’ San Fran Students; High School May Remove Art:

San Francisco school district may remove an 83-year-old mural of President George Washington from, ironically, George Washington High School because it “traumatizes students and community members.” The work of artist Victor Arnautoff, a communist, may no longer be progressive enough for “Fog City.” His 13 panels for the high school, created in 1936, have been deemed problematic by the San Francisco Unified School District.

Officials say some of the artist’s historical depictions are offensive to Native Americans and BlacksLaura Dudnick, a spokeswoman for the district, told educational watchdog the College Fix via email Thursday that Mr. Arnautoff’s work was debated by a “‘Reflection and Action Working Group’ that was comprised of members of the local Native American community, students, school representatives, district representatives, local artists, and historians.”

Four public meetings were held on the matter between December 2018 and February 2019. The group claims the mural “glorifies slavery, genocide, colonization, manifest destiny, white supremacy, oppression, etc.,” the Richmond District Blog recently reported. “At its conclusion, the group voted and the majority recommended that the ‘Life of Washington’ mural be archived and removed because the mural does not represent SFUSD values,” Ms. Dudnick continued. “The superintendent and staff are now reviewing the recommendation and considering the best course of action. At this time there hasn’t yet been any recommendation put forth before the SF Board of Education on this matter.”

Historian Fergus M. Bordewich told the College Fix that SFUSD has fallen victim to “a deeply wrongheaded habit to project today’s norms, values, ideals backwards in time to find our ancestors inevitably falling short.”

 *Border Patrol Official: Central Americans Entering U.S. With Contagious Health Conditions:

“Well, we’re seeing an unprecedented number of people crossing the border illegally as family units,” Aaron Hull, the chief for the El Paso Border Patrol sector, told “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo. Hull said there’s been a 600 percent increase in arrivals, most of them family units, in the current fiscal year to date, compared with the same period in the prior fiscal year. And many of those people are sick, he said, a situation that forces Border Patrol agents to divert from their main mission.

Hull called it a “huge resource drain.” “Agents join the Patrol to secure the border, to enforce the law, but increasingly they’re being tasked with things that they never thought they would be doing — heating up baby bottles, literally changing diapers, caring for more and more sick people, because a lot of these aliens coming in are carrying contagious health conditions, things like chicken pox, scabies, tuberculosis, lice.”

Hull said the Border Patrol has its own emergency medical technicians and paramedics, who treat the people they’re able to help, and they have contract medical support for more serious cases, but it costs a lot of money to take people to the hospital. “We have had to deal with pregnancies and all types of medical conditions that occur when you have family unit aliens.” Hull said 90 percent of the illegal aliens walking into the El Paso sector are from GuatemalaHonduras, and El Salvador

 *Mohammed Number One Name for Baby Boys in Berlin:

According to data released by the Gesellschaft für Deutsche Sprache (Society for the German Language), the most popular boy’s name for newborn babies in Berlin isMohammed. Mohammed ranks first as the most popular name for newborn boys in the German capital once all the variations of the name, such as different spellings like Muhammed and variations like Mehmet, are counted together, German tabloidBild reports.

However, while Mohammed is the most popular name for children in Germany’s urban capital, it failed to make the top ten in terms of popular names across all of Germany. The top five most popular names across Germany for boys were Paul,AlexanderMaximillianElias, and Ben. The name has also become very popular in Bremen, where it ranks in third place for newborn boys behind Ben and Elias.

*YIKES – 1 in 4 Americans Feel They Have No One to Confide in:

One in four people don’t feel they have someone to confide in, according to new research. Even after sharing their feelings, seven in 10 have held back how they really felt from a coworker, friend, or partner. A study of 2,000 Americansexamined how daily stressors can affect mental health and what prevents people from seeking out therapy and additional help. The results revealed that nine in 10 people admit to downplaying their emotions so they won’t worry or burden a loved one.

The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of BetterHelp, found that young people ages 18-30 are seriously withdrawn ‒‒ across the board they were more uncomfortable than people over 50 discussing money, job stress, parents, or friends with a partner.

 *CNN Sees Ratings Bomb in April:

CNN‘s prime-time ratings dropped a whopping 26 percent in April compared to last year, according to Nielsen Media ResearchMSNBC‘s ratings were down 14 percent in April 2019 compared to April 2018, while Fox News‘s ratings overall were flat. The sharp decrease for CNN marked its lowest-rated month in total viewers since October 2015.

In the 25- to 54-year-old demographic that advertisers covet most, it was the network’s least-watched month since Aug. 2015.  In prime time, Fox News finished first with an average of 2.4 million viewers. In April 2018, the network also averaged 2.4 million viewers, according to Nielsen.

 *Terror Fears Remain High in France, as Police Foil ‘Extremely Violent’ Plot:

The foiling of yet another terrorist plot in France has underlined again the continuing threat posed by Islamists, and experts say France is clearly seen as a major target. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner told reporters an “extremely violent” terrorist attack had been planned, and the risk “neutralized.” Earlier the public prosecutor’s office announced the arrest of four men suspected of “terrorist criminal conspiracy,” following an investigation that began last February.

The prosecutor’s office said an attack, likely targeting security forces, had been planned for the near future. Few details were released about the intended target, the mode of operation, or the circumstances of the arrests. The four men, who were said to have been monitored by intelligence services since February, are now being interrogated by the Directorate General of Homeland Security (DGSI) at its headquarters in the capital.

 *58% of Austrians Believe Something Like the Holocaust Could
Happen Again:

More than half (58%) of Austrians believe that something like the Holocaust could happen again in other Europeancountries, according to a new survey released on Holocaust Remembrance Day by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference).

The organization’s comprehensive Holocaust Knowledge and Awareness Survey of adults in Austria also found that more than one-third of Austrian adults – 38%, who are 43% of Millennials and Generation Z – believe that National Socialism/Nazism could come to power again.


An incredible 84% of LBN Examiner readers in all 50 of the United States and 26 foreign countries find the news in LBN Examiner —- “fearlessly independent” and “unbiased”.


Monkeys can understand written numbers and can even count. They can also understand basic parts of arithmetic and even, in rare cases, multiplication.


Actor Sean Connery enjoyed doing pushups while reading.


Welcome to Episode #1 of the revealing TV show “Without Notes” with Judith Regan, an American editor, book publisher, and producer – Episode 1: The Early Years:


Former Paramount studio head Sherry Lansing along with 12 members of the White House staff, 3 Nobel Prize winners, over 100 Academy Award winners, 6 U.S. Senators, and over 300 Grammy Award winners.


Super-model Christy Turlington:

May 1, 2019

*Do You Know How the Government Will Use Your 2019 Tax Dollars?:

As another tax day arrives, Americans are surely wondering where their hard-earned federal taxes go. This year, Washington will spend a staggering $35,148 per household and collect $26,677 per household in taxes. The resulting budget deficit of $8,471 per household will bring the total national debt to $177,000 per household. Federal spending has soared nearly $7,000 per household since 2007 and is projected to rise another $7,000 over the next decade (all numbers in this article are adjusted for inflation). Unless spending is reined in, tax increases must eventually result.

All families have their own level of taxation and distribution of benefits. Yet using the national averages, Washington will spend this year’s $35,148 per household as follows:

Social Security/Medicare: $13,178. The 15.3 percent payroll tax, split evenly between the employer and employee, covers most of Social Security’s and a small portion of Medicare’s costs. The typical couple retiring today will receive Social Security benefits 13 percent higher than their lifetime contributions, and Medicare benefits that are triple their lifetime contributions into the system, even after adjusting for inflation and net present values. As 74 million retiring baby boomers are added to this fragile system, paying all promised benefits would eventually require raising the payroll tax to 33 percent, or imposing a 34 percent value-added tax (basically, a national sales tax).

Anti-poverty programs: $6,483. Half of this spending subsidizes state Medicaid programs that provide health services to poor families. Other low-income spending includes: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), food stamps, housing subsidies, child care subsidies, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and low-income tax credits. President George W. Bush increased anti-poverty spending from $3,700 to $4,800 per household, and President Obama expanded it past $6,000, mostly due to ObamaCare costs.

Defense: $5,312. The defense budget covers everything from military paychecks, to operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the research, development, and acquisition of new technologies and equipment. Defense spending was substantially higher during the Cold War, before the Soviet collapse allowed late 1990s-lawmakers to slash defense to $3,900 per household. After the War on Terror pushed it back to $6,800 per household by 2010, deep cuts followed by recent increases have left the defense budget at $5,300 per household.

Interest on the national debt: $3,054. The federal government is $22 trillion in debt. It owes $17 trillion to public bond owners, and the rest to other federal agencies (mostly to repay the Social Security trust fund, which lawmakers raided annually before the program fell into permanent deficit in 2009). Record-low interest rates have recently held down interest costs. However, the national debt is in the process of surging to nearly $38 trillion by 2029 (it stood at $10 trillion in 2008), which will push annual net interest costs to nearly $6,000 per household – or double that cost if interest rates rise back to normal levels.

Veterans’ benefits: $1,556. The federal government provides income and health benefits to military veterans. Spending has nearly tripled since 2001 as new wars brought new veterans.
Federal employee retirement benefits: $1,154. A portion of this cost is offset by federal employee payroll contributions.

Education: $876. Education spending is primarily a state and local function; 9 percent of the K-12 total comes from Washington. Most federal dollars are spent on low-income school districts, special education, and college student financial aid.

Justice administration: $557. Justice spending includes federal attorneys and prisons, as well as law-enforcement grant programs. Post-9/11 homeland security costs have modestly expanded this category.

Health research/regulation: $533. This spending includes the National Institute of HealthCenters for Disease Control,Food and Drug Administration, and dozens of grant programs for health providers.

Highways/mass transit: $493. The 18.4 cent per-gallon federal gas tax finances most of these costs. Washington subtracts an administrative cost and sends this money back to the states with numerous strings attached.

International affairs: $422. This includes foreign economic and military assistance, operation of American embassies abroad, and contributions to organizations such as the United Nations. International spending has doubled since 9/1.

 *TWILIGHT ZONE – DHS Releases 7K Illegal Aliens into U.S. in Five Days; 1.4K Released Every Day:

President Trump’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS)has released about 7,000 border crossers and illegal aliens into the interior of the United States in the last five days. The latest catch and release totals obtained by Breitbart News revealed that, currently, DHS is releasing about 1,400 border crossers and illegal aliens into the interior of the U.S. every day. Between April 18 to April 22, DHS released about 7,000 border crossers and illegal aliens into the country.

The catch and release process often entails federal immigration officials busing border crossers into nearby border cities and dropping them off with the promise that they will show up for their immigration and asylum hearings, sometimes years later. The overwhelming majority of border crossers and illegal aliens are never deported from the country once they are released into the U.S.

Today, there are anywhere between 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living across the country — the majority of which are concentrated in states like CaliforniaNew YorkFlorida,Texas, and Illinois. Over the past five days, El Paso, Texas, has had to absorb 2,800 of the 7,000 border crossers and illegal aliens released into the country. Likewise, San Antonio, Texas, has had to take about 2,200, while about 1,200 were dropped off in Phoenix, Arizona, and 800 in San Diego, California.

 *Why Your Doctor’s White Coat Can Be a Threat to Your Health:

A recent study of patients at 10 academic hospitals in the United States found that just over half care about what their doctors wear, most of them preferring the traditional white coat.  Some doctors prefer the white coat, too, viewing it as a defining symbol of the profession. What many might not realize, though, is that health care workers’ attire — including that seemingly “clean” white coat that many prefer — can harbor dangerous bacteria and pathogens.

A systematic review of studies found that white coats are frequently contaminated with strains of harmful and sometimes drug-resistant bacteria associated with hospital-acquired infections. As many as 16 percent of white coats tested positive for MRSA, and up to 42 percent for the bacterial class Gram-negative rods.  Both types of bacteria can cause serious problems, including skin and bloodstream infections, sepsis and pneumonia.

It isn’t just white coats that can be problematic. The review also found that stethoscopes, phones and tablets can be contaminated with harmful bacteria. One study of orthopedic surgeons showed a 45 percent match between the species of bacteria found on their ties and in the wounds of patients they had treated. Nurses’ uniforms have also been found to be contaminated.

Among possible remedies, antimicrobial textiles can help reduce the presence of certain kinds of bacteria, according to a randomized study. Daily laundering of health care workers’ attire can help somewhat, though studies show that bacteria can contaminate them within hours.

 *Report: Ben Carson’s HUD Proposing Rule to Oust Illegal Aliens from Public Housing:

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), led by Secretary Ben Carson, is reportedly drafting a rule to force illegal aliens from living in taxpayer-subsidized public housing. Currently, Section 214 of the Housing and Community Development Act allows illegal aliens to reside in public housing if they are living with relatives who are eligible – a situation the new HUD proposal seeks to rectify. “HUD intends to roll out a proposal over the next few weeks that prohibits any illegal immigrant from residing in subsidized housing, even if they are not the direct recipient of the benefit. HUD currently estimates that tens of thousands of HUD-assisted households are headed by non-citizens.” Many American citizens need access to the housing, HUD said in a statement to The Daily Caller. What’s more, the new rule is intended to send a message to illegal aliens, HUD says: “As illegal aliens attempt to swarm our borders, we’re sending the message that you can’t live off of American welfare on the taxpayers’ dime.”

 *13,837,000 Government Employees Voted in 2018 Midterms; Led All
Classes of Workers With 67% Turnout:

There were 13,837,000 government employees who voted in the 2018 midterm elections, according to data released yesterday by the U.S. Census Bureau from the Voting and Registration Supplement to its Current Population Survey. With a turnout rate of 67.0 percent, according to Table 6 in the data, government employees beat the national turnout rate (53.4 percent) by 13.6 points.

Government employees also proved more likely to vote than self-employed individuals (58.8 percent); employees in private industry (51.8 percent); and unemployed people (44.3 percent). Government employees were also more likely to have voted in the 2018 midterms than people who were not in the labor force (52.2 percent), meaning they did not have a job and were not actively seeking one. According to the Census Bureau data, 122,281,000 U.S. citizens reported voting in the 2018 midterm elections. That equaled 53.4 percent of the voting-age citizen population of 228,832,000.

Despite having a significantly higher turnout rate than employees in private industry (67.0 percent to 51.8 percent), the 13,837,000 government workers who voted in 2018 was still far fewer than the 58,342,000 private-industry employees who voted. For each government worker who voted, there were approximately 4.2 workers in private industry who also voted.

 *Beto O’Rourke: Strict Immigration Laws Are Basically The Same
As Slavery:

Beto O’Rourke started strong in the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, commanding a larger fundraising total in his first 24 hours than progressive favorite Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). But in recent weeks, O’Rourke has started to drift left as his base of support moves over to South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. This weekend, O’Rourke drifted even further left on immigration, declaring that immigration laws preventing free movement across the border into the United States were basically a modern form of slavery, reports The Washington Free Beacon.

O’Rourke was headlining the Center for American Progress’presidential candidate forum in Las Vegas, Nevada, playing to a large group of mostly far-left Democrats. Asked about immigration, O’Rourke volunteered that he believes illegal immigrants are subject to “bondage.” “[With] Immigration, millions [are] living in the shadows, working some of the toughest jobs, lucky to make a minimum wage. Some not even making that,” O’Rourke said. “Kept in modern-day bondage, their immigration status used as leverage to keep them down from fully participating in this country’s success.”

The “economy that works too well for the few, but not enough for most Americans,” he concluded. O’Rourke doesn’t have a solution, however. The closest he’s come to a true policy on immigration was earlier in 2019, when he told an MSNBCanchor that he would consider not just stopping construction and maintenance on the existing border wall, but also that he would work to rip down the existing sections of the border wall, opening cities like his hometown of of El Paso, Texas, as pass-throughs for border jumpers.

In January, he was even less settled. “That’s a problem when you’re like, ‘It will be a wall,’ or ‘It will be this,’ or ‘We can only do it with this,’” O’Rourke said during a speaking event at the border. “The genius is we can nonviolently resolve our differences, though I won’t get to my version of perfect or I, working with you, will get to something better than what we have today… It’s rare that someone’s ever been able to impose their will unilaterally in this country. We don’t want that.”

In March, O’Rourke came out strongly against Trump administration border policy, comparing the Trump White House to the Third Reich, and President Donald Trump to the Nazis over a comment Trump made in 2018 about MS-13 gang members, whom he called “animals:” “Now, I might expect someone to describe another human being as an infestation in the Third Reich. I would not expect that in the United States of America,” said O’Rourke.


Now you can invite your friends, family, and associates (if they’ve got the guts) by telling them to go to


Bill Gates in shown here demonstrating how much data could be stored in a single CD-ROM. In 1994, this technology was pretty mind-blowing.


Welcome to Episode # 2 of the revealing TV show “Without Notes” with Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg, curator of the Holocaust Museum in Israel – Episode 2: The Art of the Holocaust:


Jeff Maxwell and Ryan Patrick cut deep into the bowels of the iconic CBS Mega-hit, M*A*S*H. Nine years in the role of Private Igor, the beleaguered cook at the 4077, Maxwell provides behind-the-scenes tidbits as only a cast member can. Patrick, an Illinois radio personality and marketing genius, offers the squishy, emotional component available only from a life-long, devoted fan. Along with the hosts’ perspectives, M*A*S*H writers, producers, cast members, and even listeners drop in as featured guests to share their unique experiences and opinions. 

Enlist today and explore with Jeff and Ryan why M*A*S*H did, does, and continues to matter in 2019. That’s an order!

What do I recommend?? Everything! MASH brings me back to being a kid enjoying time with my dad. Thank you Jeff and Ryan. What a team!! —Kevin Repeck
Love your podcast! —Christina Suppus from Germany.
Loving the podcast. Especially the one where they read my post and said my name. —Butch Newton
Wonderful podcast that gives new and interesting information on our favorite show. Thank you for getting this started. —Ed Fred
To be able to hear Jeff Maxwell (Igor) after all these years is special. Thank you so much for doing this for Us the Fans. —Grant Bingham


Nicole Brandon, CEO of Artistry in Motion, Produces “Mental Prison,” a New and Exciting TV Pilot

Nicole Brandon, CEO and Founder of Artistry in Motion, has been asked to produce a new and exciting TV pilot called “Mental Prison.” Created in conjunction with the Amity Foundation, the show is a remarkable program and window into a new realm of consciousness. Through sound (singing) meditation, the prisoners change their focus to inner peace and caring for the world.

“In California 80% of parolees return to jail,” explains Nicole Brandon, “at Amistad de Los Angeles – Amity Foundation, with our meditation program, 80% of parolees never return to jail.”

The show will feature Deepak Chopra in a starring role, and Nicole Brandon will serve as the on-air host in the pilot, interviewing the prisoners/parolees and the heads of the Amity Foundation. The featured artist and creator of the show is Michel Pascal, an inspiring musician, composer, filmmaker, writer and meditation teacher whose programs are in Fortune 500 companies worldwide.


Actress – comedian Jane Curtin along with 12 members of theWhite House staff, 3 Nobel Prize winners, over 100 Academy Award winners, 6 U.S. Senators, and over 300 Grammy Award winners.


April 28, 2019

*Federal Report: 220,300 Public School Teachers Physically Attacked
by Students:

A record 220,300 public school teachers reported that they were physically attacked by a student during the 2015-2016 school year, according to a report jointly published this month by the National Center for Education Statistics and the Bureau of Justice Statistics. The 220,300 public school teachers who said they were physically attacked by a student in 2015-2016 is up from the 197,400 who said they were attacked by a student in 2011-2012 (which is the last school year before 2015-2016 for which teachers were surveyed on the question).

In 1993-94, the first year that public school teachers were surveyed on the question, 112,400 said they were physically attacked by a student. The 220,300 public school teachers who said they were physically attacked by a student in 2015-16 equaled approximately 5.8 percent of the 3,827,100 public school teachers the NCES estimates there were during that year.

The NCES also estimated that the 197,400 teachers who reported being physically attacked by a student in 2011-12 also equaled 5.8 percent of the total public school teachers working that year. Prior to that, in the years going back to the 1993-94 survey, the highest percentage of public school teachers who reported they had been physically attacked by a student was 4.4 percent in 1993-94.

 *Johnny Rotten Wants Cops to Stop Homeless Punks, Says Wife
‘Can’t Cope’:

God save Johnny Rotten! He’s enduring anarchy in sunny California, where homeless punks are vandalizing his home. The former Sex Pistol, punk icon and scourge of the establishment is now appealing to LA cops for help as the unruly young proletariat invade his fancy Venice Beach home. The mouthpiece of 1977’s “Anarchy in the UK” — born John Lydon — was ranting to Newsweek’s Paula Froelich in an interview to promote the Museum of Arts and Design’s new exhibition “Too Fast To Live, Too Young To Die: Punk Graphics, 1976-1986.”

He told her the homeless situation in his swanky LA neighborhood is so bad that thieves are tearing the bars from the windows of his multimillion-dollar home, lobbing bricks, setting up unsightly tent cities and littering the beach with syringes. “A couple of weeks ago I had a problem,” the former punk prince opined. “They came over the gate and put their tent inside, right in front of the front door. It’s like. . . the audacity. And if you complain, what are you? Oh, one of the establishment elite? No, I’m a bloke that’s worked hard for his money and I expect to be able to use my own front door.”

The “Never Mind the Bollocks” hell-raiser added that these unwelcome visitors “tried to steal the iron bars off the windows” to sell as scrap metal. And his wife, Nora, who is battling Alzheimer’s, “cannot cope” because of all the vicious vagrants in the city. “My wife’s ill and she can’t cope with this. But at 2 a.m. last week, a brick whizzed through the top floor window, the bedroom. Sorry, Mr. Policeman. I need your help.” He added: “The vagrants moved in en masse . . . [in] tent cities. They’re all young; they’re all like 24.” Rotten added of the punks: “They’re aggressive, and because there’s an awful lot of them together they’re gang-y. And the heroin spikes. . . You can’t take anyone to the beach because there’s jabs just waiting for young kids to put their feet in — and poo all over the sand.”

 *1 In 5 Children Suffers From A Mental Health Disorder:

One in five children suffer from a mental disorder — with notable increases in depression and anxiety over the past 30 years — yet less than one-third have had contact with a mental healthcare provider, a new study finds. Results from the 2014 Ontario Child Health Study actually mirror findings from a similar study conducted in 1983, but this latest version shows a higher proportion of children and youth with disorders have had contact with health providers and in other settings, usually via schools.

The new study also found that the patterns of prevalence among different genders and age groups have changed. Specifically, hyperactivity disorders in boys between four and 11 years old spiked from 9% to 16%. Conversely, there was a significant decrease in disruptive behavior in boys 12 to 16 years old, with numbers from 10% to 3%.

*CIA: U.S. Is 12th Fattest
Nation on Earth:

The Central Intelligence Agency has ranked the United States as the 12th fattest nation on earth, concluding that there is a higher percentage of fat people in the U.S. population than in the populations of any of the nations of EuropeAfrica or the Americas. According to the CIA’s World Factbook, 36.2 percent of the U.S. population was “considered to be obese” as of 2016. Ten of the eleven nations that ranked ahead of the United States for the percentage of its population that was obese were islands in the Pacific Ocean.

Kuwait, where 37.9 percent of the population was considered obese, was the only non-island nation that outranked the United States for its percentage of obese people. The South Pacific island nation of Naura ranked No. 1 in the world for obesity, according to the CIA. Sixty-one percent of its population was obese. The CIA World Factbook describes Nauru, which had a 2018 population of only 9,692, as “the world’s smallest independent republic.”

The Cook Islands, also in the South Pacific, ranked No. 2 for obesity. In 2016, according to the CIA, 55.9 percent of Cook Islanders were deemed obese. The Cook Islands have a population of only 9,038.

 *‘Doctors Became Overworked Robots’: Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In 3-Year Study:

Physicians may be more stressed than ever — one recent survey found that half were thinking about hanging up their stethoscopes for good. New research continues to demonstrate the demise of doctors, with burnout levels jumping dramatically over just a three-year span. According to researchers at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine, physician burnout increased from 45.5% to 54.4% between 2011 and 2014. The researchers say doctors aren’t more depressed or exhausted by their home life, but rather at their jobs.

Drs. Andrew G. Alexander and Kenneth A. Ballou isolated three factors for physician burnout, according to their research: The traditional doctor-patient relationship has been dwarfed by the relationship between health insurance providers and patients, with companies standing in the way of fast and appropriate treatments ordered by physicians. Doctors are feeling more cynical as a whole, because patients don’t expect continuity of care anymore and routinely change doctors. General lack of enthusiasm for their work.


An incredible 84% of LBN Examiner readers in all 50 of theUnited States and 26 foreign countries find the news in LBN Examiner —- “fearlessly independent” and “unbiased”.


In the U.S., there are about 2 million single fathers.


The acclaimed writer Anne Lamott and Neal Allen were married April 13 in a redwood grove at Deer Park Villa, an events space in Fairfax, Calif. The couple met in 2016 through the matchmaking site OurTime.


The Beatles‘ last ever picture taken together.


Welcome to Episode # 2 of the revealing TV show “Without Notes” with Eliad Moreh-Rosenberg, curator of the Holocaust Museum in Israel – Episode 2: The Art of the Holocaust:


THE WRECKING CREW is the Latest Recording from THE TEARAWAYS featuring Clem Burke from Blondie on Drums

Co-written by the band with famous DJ Rodney Bingenheimer, it plays homage to the Session Musicians who recorded the greatest pop and rock songs of yesteryear. It has already garnered significant airplay on Sirius XM and on terrestrial radio in Japan. It is now ready to be unveiled to the world.  It is a fun, playful, respectful throwback to the days of Phil Spector and Brian WilsonRon Dante, who is famous for his work with CherThe ArchiesThe TurtlesTheCufflinks, Pat BenatarBarry Manilow, & many others, produced THE WRECKING CREW.


Brett Vance, Host of TV’s Jet Jockeys, Examines the Massive “Stratolaunch”

History was made this month in the Mojave Desert in California. The Stratolaunch took flight for the first time on Saturday, April 13, for two and a half hours over the Mojave. According to the website of late Seahawks owner Paul Allen, the world’s largest aircraft flew for two and a half hours and achieved a maximum speed of 189 miles per hour and an altitude of 17,000 feet.

Big airplanes require big vision, so it isn’t surprising to learn the Stratolaunch was the brainchild of Paul Allen, the billionaire co-founder of MicrosoftLike Richard Branson, he was bullish on launching rockets from planes like the Stratolaunch instead of relying on ground launches.

“I actually got to see this airplane in the hangar last year while it was still being built,” states Brett Vance, host of the new Jet Jockeys TV series, “I was at a course at the National Test Pilot School at the Mojave Air and Space Port and we took an afternoon after flying to get a tour. This aircraft is absolutely immense. Standing in the hangar, you can’t see the whole airplane from any single location. You have to hoof it around the place to get the whole view. We even got a chance to climb up into the cockpit to see that part of the construction.”


Veteran entertainment attorney Bruce Ramer along with 12 members of the White House staff, 3 Nobel Prize winners, over 100 Academy Award winners, 6 U.S. Senators, and over 300 Grammy Award winners.