As far-fetched as it sounds, the FDA is considering making it more difficult to treat depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and psychosis.
Futurist Mark Pesce gave a fascinating speech at the Personal Democracy Forum last month.
The racist cop is suing the Boston Police Department and demanding compensation for everything he's had to endure, Fox News has no idea where Iraq is, and Glenn Beck says, "Don't kill anyone."
When President Obama made the statement that America is not uniquely a Christian nation, there were no surprises about how the Christian community rea...
Wikipedia should reverse its Scientology ruling rather than set a precedent of discrimination that will only grow more dangerous as our lives move online.
There are some serious journalistic conflicts of interest taking place here, and Van Susteren is either being duplicitous or disingenuous to characterize them as "silly."
At best, what's going on is a journalistic conflict-of-interest on behalf of Van Susteren; at worst, it's a sleazy, national power play by a couple of practitioners of Scientology.
One might have thought that Obama would slant more towards the Constitutional First Amendment of Separation of Church and State, and forgo the tradition of "Prayer Breakfasts."
Now that our government is abandoning the coercive methods of the past, they might look into "truth serum" as a more humane (and in instances like mine, more effective) method of eliciting the truth.
Being a secular progressive, I want everyone to be included in the forced holiday cheer. And I got to thinking, why aren't there holiday songs for Scientologists?
Scientology and establishment psychiatry have something else in common. They are both orthodoxies that deal harshly with their ex-insiders who have come to reject them.
So, I don't know if you've heard but there's this movie coming out today, called Sex And The City, and it's, like, about four women, but really just o...
It's kind of satisfying to watch someone turn the tables on Scientology, using the same brand of furtive cloak-and-dagger absurdity to publicly shame an adversary that the church has used for decades.
No, we need not fear Bob Avakian or L. Ron Hubbard. I find their followers entertaining, and occasionally insightful. It's groups like these that keep America interesting.
We've landed on the moon, invented new and intelligent forms of transportation, and use this new-fangled contraption known as The Internet. So please forgive me if I'm a little skeptical of the Thetan in me.