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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #765

The Property Rights Newsletter July 25, 2014 - Issue #765

"Puritanism - The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy."
- H L Mencken
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! PA Attempt To Tax Lap Dances at Strip Clubs.
The Nutter administration has lost in its legal battle to tax lap dances performed in the back rooms of strip clubs. Lawyers for the city had gone before Common Pleas judge Ellen Ceisler, arguing that the city's Tax Review Board last year was wrong when it said the city's amusement tax was too vague to be applied to lap dances. But Judge Ceisler, ruling from the bench, today upheld the board and quickly threw out the appeal.

Ohio University Considers MANDATORY Re-Education Classes For Smokers.
They have plans for students who refuse to abide by the ban. Serial smokers who insist of lighting up repeatedly will be sent to the taxpayer-funded school's Office of Community Standards to "talk to somebody," said Ryan Lombardi, Ohio University's vice president for student affairs, according to the News. Students who have no desire to kick the habit may also be affected. School officials are also pondering a policy that will force incorrigible users of demon nicotine to enroll in the anti-smoking programs.

Watch the trailer
for the film Freedom From Choice. In an era where regulations and red tape rule every industry, where lobby groups and big business wield more influence than ever before, our daily choices have become increasingly limited. And with all our options so deliberately handpicked, are we really making a choice at all?

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! On the dangers of third hand stupid. By Carl V. Phillips. The hazards of anti-tobacco stupid to the stupid themselves are well known. The loss of judgment that allows someone to participate in the tobacco control industry, and thus lose their ethics and humanity, are tragic. The images of their suffering - the compulsion to blatantly lie about the facts, the desperation resulting from trying to rationalize how they are helping the people they are actively inflicting harm upon, the doublethink €” are horrible to look upon. But in some sense, these are victims of their own free choice, and they have made this lifestyle decision for themselves. The Circle of Hell that is reserved for them is chosen and accepted by those who choose to stupid.

No Water = No NSA Data Center.
In Utah, the Bluffdale Data Center will require 1.7 million gallons of water every single day to operate - to keep the computers cool. That water is being provided by the State of Utah.

Asthma inhalers may stunt children's growth, study finds.
All corticosteroids except triamcinolone were shown to suppress growth when compared with placebos or non-steroidal drugs.

ID Garden City.
No longer unanimous, Garden City moves forward on smoking ban; hookah bar owner fears impact. No more public hearings are planned, but the public may comment in writing. The third reading of the ordinance is scheduled for Monday, July 28. If the council approves it after that reading, it becomes law.

IN South Bend:
Smoke-free group won't give up on smoking ban. Even though the South Bend Common Council voted against a smoking ban in some restaurants and bars Monday night, Smoke Free St. Joe members say they will resubmit a request for the smoking ban as soon as they can regroup.

NM Santa Fe city councilor seeks smoking ban.
Councilor Ron Trujillo has taken some criticism for the idea, which would also include a ban on electronic cigarettes and chewing tobacco.

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! Australia Black Market. Attempt to smuggle tobacco goes up in smoke. Two Korean nationals were the first to be prosecuted by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS) and the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions yesterday with the new increased penalties under the Customs Act 1901 for illegally importing tobacco.

Ireland Black Market:
Consumption of 'illicit whites', illegal cigarettes manufactured for the sole purpose of being smuggled, rose by 57% between 2012 and 2013 in Ireland, a KPMG study has found.

UK BBC Bans E-cigs:
BBC bans use of electronic cigarettes from all of its offices and studios across the country. It means e-cigarette users now have to go outside to designated smoking areas to use their product - which are seen by some as a healthy alternative to tobacco cigarettes.

UK Video:
BMA vs Forest on cracking down on smoking. BBC1 HD, Sunday Politics. Prof. Vivienne Nathanson from the British Medical Association versus Simon Clark from Forest. About the proposed after year 2000 smoking ban.

Wales Smoking In Car Ban:
The Welsh Government will soon open a consultation on the proposal, and the Health Minister urges the public to have their say. Mark Drakeford AM said: "We now believe the introduction of regulations to prohibit smoking in private vehicles carrying under-18s is needed as the final piece in the jigsaw to eliminate the harm and end persistent inequalities in exposure."
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #764

The Property Rights Newsletter July 18, 2014 - Issue #764

"The victor will never be asked if he told the truth."
- Adolph Hitler
The Nazis' Forgotten Anti-Smoking Campaign

The Nazis' Forgotten Anti-Smoking Campaign:

The Third Reich viewed tobacco as a threat to the health of the "chosen folk." Nazi Germany's well-known obsession with creating a master Aryan race led to many atrocities. But from these same sinister motives came research that may have had health benefits for the German people during World War II-studies on the dangers of smoking that led to the most advanced anti-tobacco campaign of its time. Unfortunately, the campaign was only concerned with protecting the health of Aryan Germans. A paper prepared by German scientists convincingly established for the first time that cigarette smoking is a direct cause of lung cancer. In 1939, German scientist Franz Muller presented the first epidemiological study linking tobacco use and cancer. In 1943, a paper prepared by German scientists Eberhard Schairer and Erich Schoniger at Jena University confirmed this study, and convincingly established for the first time that cigarette smoking is a direct cause of lung cancer. Research by German doctors also brought to light the harmful effects of secondhand smoke for the first time, and coined the term "passive smoking." But Proctor says the findings cannot be separated from the context in which they were realized. According to Proctor, Schairer and Schoniger's paper needs to be seen as "a political document, a product of the Nazi ideological focus on tobacco as a corrupting force whose elimination would serve the cause of 'racial hygiene.'"

Your Doctor Knows You're Killing Yourself. The Data Brokers Told Her.
You may soon get a call from your doctor if you've let your gym membership lapse, made a habit of picking up candy bars at the check-out counter or begin shopping at plus-sized stores. That's because some hospitals are starting to use detailed consumer data to create profiles on current and potential patients to identify those most likely to get sick, so the hospitals can intervene before they do.

Canada: My kids are grown,
so I don't want yours at the restaurant. A new report shows that Canadian parents are leaving the children at home more often when they dine out, but this may not be so good for the hospitality industry.

France: Mayor of Paris announces plans to ban smoking
in public parks, just days after government announces banning wine from workplace. "We are not into banning, we are experimenting," said Ms Hidalgo, who said parks in the unfashionable 14th arrondissement would act as 'guinea pigs in this experiment'. But the move follows a new Socialist directive which allows bosses to ban wine in the work place - leading to accusations that the very heart of Gallic culture is under attack.

Congress Destroys A Hobby, FAA Gets The Blame.
This week, the FAA released its interpretation of what model aircraft operators can and can't do, and the news isn't good: FPV flights with quadcopters and model airplanes are now effectively banned, an entire industry centered around manufacturing and selling FPV equipment and autopilots will be highly regulated.

Voices of Liberty with Dr. Ron Paul:
FDA Funds Research of Electronic Cigarettes. On the surface, it seems the FDA is on the hunt for ways to regulate and most likely tax e-cigarettes like tobacco. Is it at all a surprise that the federal government would go after this lucrative business?

Sign a petition to Carnival Cruise Lines
to allow smoking on port side of the ship in private balconies and suites.

FL: Proposed regulations could threaten
Tampa's last cigar factory. Don't take the cigars out of Cigar City. That's the message workers at the J.C. Newman Cigar Company in Ybor City are hoping to convey. They hoisted a banner outside of Tampa's last remaining cigar factory that says, "Save this Factory, Take Action Today." The Fedral Drug Administration published proposed regulations on the cigar industry.

IN: South Bend smoking ban sponsor has change of heart.
Common Council member Valerie Schey released a statement Wednesday saying she's concerned about how the bill will affect South Bend businesses.

MO: St. Joseph Smoking ban confusion persists.
In response, at least two North End bars have decided to still allow smoking Monday at the advice of an attorney who claims the city cannot ticket someone under the guise of two conflicting ordinances.

WV: Hancock County smoking ban out for public comment.
The draft of the document is now under a public comment period through Aug. 11. Afterwards, the board will go through and consider what residents want done during the board's meeting on Aug. 26.

World Smokers News - See today's breaking news about smoking.

In Defense of Smokers
Free - Read The Book
In Defense of Smokers
By Lauren A. Colby

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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #763

The Property Rights Newsletter July 11, 2014 - Issue #763

"Mankind is at its best when it is most free. This will be clear if we grasp the principle of liberty. We must recall that the basic principle is freedom of choice, which saying many have on their lips but few in their minds."
- Dante Alighieri
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! Hospitals Are Using Credit Card Data To Predict People's Health. Some hospitals are identifying high-risk patients by buying loads of consumer data (i.e. credit card purchases, store loyalty programs, etc.) and plugging it into algorithms so they can step in before the customer gets sick. How does it work? Take, for example, an asthma patient. A hospital would decide how likely a person would arrive in the emergency room by tracking how often they have refilled their medication, if they're caught buying cigarettes, and if they live in an area with a high pollen county. "The idea is to use Big Data and predictive models to think about population health and drill down to the individual levels," said Michael Dulin, a chief clinical officer for analytics and outcomes research for the medical network, in the Bloomberg Businessweek report.

Who's afraid of the nanny state?
Fear of an emergent nanny state is a familiar theme in ongoing debates about what governments ought to do to protect the health of the community. In a unique, interdisciplinary conference, co-hosted by Sydney Law School and the Charles Perkins Centre, this issue was explored in detail. The conference, which paired University of Sydney researchers with leading scholars from Scotland, the United States, and New Zealand, also showcased the contribution that the humanities and social sciences can make towards finding real world solutions to ease the burdens of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and related conditions...

Laws That Were Great On Paper...
(And Insane Everywhere Else. The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. And Bourbon. The point being, history is full of well-meant laws and reforms meant to protect us from ourselves that either don't do a damned thing, or in these cases, actually make things worse.

That's why they will not survive.
As with all Puritan movements of the past, present and future, there is one reason they fail, one reason they will not or cannot understand. (WHO) does what all Socialists do and declares all opposition mad and/or illegal.

Hospital Bans Employees From Smoking Anywhere On Earth.
This so-called "job screening" will bar any applicants who smoke cigarettes, cigars, pipes, snuff, hookah, and even e-cigarettes from being eligible for employment. While the hospital already has a smoking ban on the premises and surrounding sidewalks, this policy forbids new employees from consuming tobacco anywhere, at any time.
When Salt IS Good for You
When Salt IS Good for You:
The Thyroid Health Connection. In recent years, medical journals and consumer publications alike have been hashing out the controversy about salt consumption and its effects on an array of medical conditions, primarily high blood pressure and heart disease, but also osteoporosis, kidney stones and kidney disease, and obesity. There is one fundamental fact that has gotten lost in the great salt debate: the substance is one of the primary vehicles for delivering iodine to the body's thyroid gland, which is essential to production of thyroid hormone. Thyroid hormone is used in every cell of our bodies to regulate metabolism and weight by controlling the burning of fat for energy and heat and managing the regulation of other vital body functions. Without iodine, thyroid hormone production simply does not happen, thus throwing the body into a tailspin.
Target for added sugar
Call to halve target for added sugar.
People need to more than halve their intake of added sugar to tackle the obesity crisis, according to scientific advice for the government in England. The sugar industry said "demonising one ingredient" would not "solve the obesity epidemic". The body reviewed 600 scientific studies on the evidence of carbohydrates - including sugar - on health to develop the new recommendations.
E-cigarettes
E-cigarettes: What part of 'no danger' don't you understand?
By Dave Pickrell. It is classic that e-cigarettes has given public health everything they said they wanted, smoke with no odor or effects to bystanders and safer for smokers because they don't inhale anything burning to get nicotine. Are anti-smokers happy now? No. An e-cigarette legitimizes smoking again, and that scares anti-smokers to death. This means they will lose absolute control of the debate. It also means that things will become much better for smokers.

World Smokers News - See today's breaking news about smoking.
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #762

The Property Rights Newsletter June 27, 2014 - Issue #762

"[Lighting a cigarette] Well, I'm not here to impinge on anybody else's lifestyle. If I'm in a place where I know I'm going to harm somebody's health or somebody asks me to please not smoke, I just go outside and smoke. But I do resent the way the nonsmoking mentality has been imposed on the smoking minority. Because, first of all, in a democracy, minorities do have rights. And, second, the whole pitch about smoking has gone from being a health issue to a moral issue, and when they reduce something to a moral issue, it has no place in any kind of legislation, as far as I'm concerned."
- Frank Zappa
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! Another Ban Failed: Bullitt County, KY. The Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a smoking ban approved three years ago by the Bullitt County Board of Health. The board exceeded its authority, the court said, so the ban is invalid. But the decision is not about health risks, the opinion states. It's about which governmental entity has the right to make a law. State law allows boards of health to adopt regulations "necessary to protect the health of the people," but the Supreme Court opinion says the law does not provide the power to "adopt any regulation relating to that broad field."

Obama Tobacco-Free but Still Chews Nicotine Gum,
Doctor Says. Physician to the president Dr. Ronny L. Jackson says Obama's overall health is "excellent" and that "all clinical data indicates that the president is currently healthy and that he will remain so for the duration of his presidency," according to a memo released by the White House.

The True Sin of Sin Taxes.
The ironic truth hidden behind sin taxes is a particularly ugly one. If taxes are raised on such sinful products, no champion of any standing will rise to oppose them.

Indonesia Refuses to Sign Tobacco Control Convention.
The president also refused to sign FCTC as there is still no unanimity among the government agencies on the FCTC, he said on the sideline of his visit to the Barito cigarette factory in the village of Gondosari, sub-district of Gebog, Kudus, together with a group of legislators from the Commission VI of the House of Representatives. "Clove flavored cigarette industry is a heritage that has to be protected," he said.

UK Nottingham cigarette factory closure
threatens more than 500 jobs. Ten years ago, Imperial employed 1,000 people in Nottingham. Unite's national officer, Rhys McCarthy, said: "This is shocking news that will have a devastating impact on not only hundreds of workers and their families, but also on the local community. It's another nail in the coffin for UK manufacturing and a loss of revenue for the exchequer."

Why doctors are now warning that sitting is the new smoking.
With most of us now spending nine hours a day sitting down, Warren Manger looks at how our sedentary modern lifestyle is fast becoming a ticking health timebomb. Are you sitting comfortably? You might not be by the time you finish reading this, because spending too much time perched on your posterior could be seriously damaging your health.

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! Gateway Hypothesis for Electronic Cigarettes All But Destroyed: Data Show Youth Smoking at All-Time Low. By Dr. Michael Siegel. Read: The Rest of the Story.

CASAA Update.
Watch two new CASAA PSA Videos.

Electronic cigarettes: time for an accurate and evidence-based debate.
Evidence is urgently needed to inform the debate regarding the impact of electronic cigarettes on public health as national and international legislation moves forward. Current research and commentaries on electronic cigarettes/electronic nicotine delivery devices (referred to here as e-cigarettes) vary widely in quality, accuracy and objectivity. While these issues are not limited to the research community, we believe that researchers need to demonstrate better scholarship in this area. We illustrate our concerns with three examples below.

The WHO Attempts To Censor Websites.
By Dick Puddlecote. As well as being entirely unelected, it appears that the World Health Organisation also doesn't care much for openness and transparency. They are not happy with minutes which mention that the WHO views e-cigarettes as a threat - and which prompted a much-reported recent letter to the WHO by over 50 health professionals - reaching the internet, so are doing their best to make the document disappear.

Wales e-Petition:
We call upon the Welsh Government not to proceed with their proposed ban on the use of e-cigarettes in enclosed public spaces, substantially enclosed public places, and places of work in Wales. This proposal, if implemented, can only lead to fewer people using e-cigarettes and more people smoking cigarettes.

World Smokers News - See today's breaking news about smoking.
Watch the Video from the USA, The Pretender Watch the music video from
The United States of America:
Foo Fighters - The Pretender

A visually stunning video, complete with a red blood bath exploding wall, for freedom loving non-sheeple people.
"What if I say I will never surrender?"




Watch the music video from Ireland:
Damian McGinty and Celtic Thunder
A Place in the Choir

"All God's creatures got a place in the choir - Some sing low and some sing higher..."
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #761

The Property Rights Newsletter June 20, 2014 - Issue #761

"Better a smoking freedom than a non-smoking tyranny"
- Antonio Martino, Italiaanse Minister van Defensie
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! CA: Ventura Update. These same organizations took business owners rights away when they banned smoking in bars and restaurants and now they want to ban the smokers from the street corners where they were forced to flee. Please, I beg of you to think of the well being of the downtown business owners, patrons and employees who may not have heard or have the time to respond to this preposterous proposal.

MA: Cambridge Citizens for Smokers' Rights.
The Cambridge City Council voted to send a proposed broad new smoking restrictions to its Ordinance Committee to make a final vote.

NY: Burn One Down.
Smokers Triumph as Smoking Ban Goes Down At UWS Condo. After a protracted battle with the condo board, residents opposed to a proposed smoking ban triumphed with a vote on the issue earlier this week.
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
U.S. lawmakers urge ban on e-cigarettes on airplanes.
E-cigarette use should be banned on domestic flights and those to or from the United States, seven U.S. senators said on Tuesday in a letter urging the Department of Transportation to finalize rules proposed almost three years ago.

Glantz writes to the World Health Organization:
The following letter, signed by 129 public health and medical experts from 31 countries, representing every WHO region, was delivered to WHO Director General Margaret Chan earlier today.

One-on-One with Mitch Zeller.
Director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Watch - A Special Warner Series on FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products.

CASAA Update.
Third Call to Action for FDA Proposed Regulations - Demand Congressional Hearings Investigating FDA and CDC's Actions.

Vapingpoint Liz.
Most ordinary people don't care whether smokers smoke or vapers vape. It was ever only an issue with those who found they could earn a damn good living with a job in the new persecution promoting industry of Tobacco Control - all for the good of humanity and especially the children. I am sure, in the beginning, the motive was pure, but it is now a "business."

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
Australia and UK:
Health campaigners are being targeted with abusive, four letter emails and Twitter rants from a 'bizarre' online cult who oppose their stance on electronic smoking. He said he 'had no idea that the e-cigarette lobby was so well organised.' The e-cigarette 'lobby'? Well organised? What planet are these people from? These are ordinary people venting their hate on people who have built their careers on hating whole swathes of the population at once. What you give is what you get, and here it comes, Righteous.

Australia: National Preventative Health Agency.
Federal Member for Dawson George Christensen speaks in support of the abolition of the Australian National Preventative Health Agency, which he says is an apparatus of the "nanny state."

Nigeria: One product, multiple laws.
The Federal Government is planning to introduce a new bill on tobacco regulation in the country. The bills planned to introduce punishment of up to N50, 000 for violators, jail others for up to six months, further restrict the sale and use of tobacco and ban all form of advertisement of the product among others.

World Smokers News - See today's breaking news about smoking.
Watch the Video from Russia, Patiently I Keep On Going
Watch the music video from Russia:
Big Difference
Patiently, I Keep On Going




Watch the music video from Bosnia:
Emir Kusturica No Smoking Orchestra
Unza Unza Time

On the planet earth - There was no more fun...
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #760

The Property Rights Newsletter June 13, 2014 - Issue #760

"Every act of conscious learning requires the willingness to suffer an injury to one's self-esteem. That is why young children, before they are aware of their own self-importance, learn so easily."
- Thomas S. Szasz
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights! This kid is fat. (According to the City of New York) Gwendolyn Williams is a pencil-thin, bubbly 9-year-old who is a perfectly healthy third-grader. But according to city bureaucrats, she's practically obese. "Fat-shaming," experts called the practice on Thursday, criticizing both the fallibility of BMI calculations and the mental-health effects of kids being graded on their size.

Bulletproof Blankets.
Bodyguard Blanket the latest bulletproof product to protect US students during school shootings. The Bodyguard Blanket, which costs $1000, is the latest body armour product targeted at school students in the United States, where parents and schools can already buy bulletproof jackets, backpacks, and whiteboards.

No Sunscreen Allowed at School.
"Kids could drink it." Our country has grown delusional creative when it comes to thinking up new child dangers to be worried about. The latest involves a San Antonio, TX, school where kids were going on a field trip, but forbidden to bring sunscreen, which the school classifies as both a "medication" and "toxic." As usual, the real danger is looking at ordinary, safe, 2014 life through the Kaleidoscope of Death. But many school administrators seem to find this irresistible.

Ontario School Nannies.
School says no to canoeing, kayaking or archery, then cancels Grade 8 grad camping trip. Staff and Grade 8 students at an inner-city Toronto school were looking forward to the three-day graduation trip to an idyllic nature camp in Eastern Ontario - until they were informed they couldn't canoe, kayak or try archery. And swimming, rope activities and campfires? Only if "sufficient proof of safety" was provided ahead of time, along with "a script of safety routines and insurance in case of injuries." With the requested documentation and swim tests near-impossible to complete before kids were to leave June 10, the trip fell to pieces, staff say.

Stop helicopter-parenting other people's kids.
We've reached the point where parenting "mistakes" are being reported to the cops. A blog that argues against helicopter parenting, posted a story of cops being called on parents whose children were simply playing outside, unsupervised. The same site recently reported about a father who made his son walk one mile home while he thought about some misbehavior, which resulted in the father being given a one-year probation. The judge cited the mere existence of child predators as a reason for the verdict. It's an odd way to "help" a child who is unsupervised for five minutes to potentially inflict years of stress, hours of court appearances, and potential legal fees and fines on their parents. What is wrong with these tattlers?

Using the tobacco fear to police our lives.
Sugar, food, sunshine, sitting down - everything fun is now labelled 'the new tobacco'. What these promiscuous comparisons with tobacco show is just how fearful we have become of even the most trivial health or environmental threat, with academics, campaigners and politicians all willing to play on that fear to further their own ends.

Chapstistics!
I'm not sure what is most astonishing; that Chapman expects nobody to question this methodology, or that he even thought of it in the first place. Either way, to present data in this fashion is nothing short of shocking. Not to mention thoroughly unprofessional and downright dishonest.

Dual use of ecigarettes and cigarettes.
We therefore know that dual-use is a very good thing: it leads to reduction in smoking, smoking cessation, and total cessation. All these are a positive for the individual since (a) all have health benefits, and (b) they are voluntary and self-motivated positive choices, whichever is chosen.

Australia: Plain Packaging.
Libs are going to have a crack at repealing the plain packaging laws. On top of that they are also going to roll back other nanny state laws.

UK: Plain Packaging.
Bob Blackman MP - just another ASH clone.

World Smokers News - See today's breaking news about smoking.
Watch the Video - Frank Turner - Sons of LibertyWatch the Video - Frank Turner - Sons of Liberty
Stand up sons of liberty, and fight for what you own - Stand up sons of liberty, and fight, fight for your homes - So if ever a man should ask you for your business or your name - Tell him to go and f* himself, tell his friends to do the same - 'Cause a man who'd trade his liberty for a safe and dreamless sleep - Doesn't deserve the both of them and neither shall he keep.
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #759



The Property Rights Newsletter
June 6, 2014 - Issue #759

"The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it,
ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is."
- Winston Churchill


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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #758



The Property Rights Newsletter
May 30, 2014 - Issue #758

"The three great essentials to achieve anything worth while are:
Hard work, Stick-to-itiveness, and Common sense."
- Thomas A. Edison


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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #757



The Property Rights Newsletter
May 23, 2014 - Issue #757

"On the battlefield, the military pledges to leave no soldier behind
As a nation, let it be our pledge that when they return home,
we leave no veteran behind."
- Dan Lipinski

Thank you Rep. Duncan Hunter!Rep. Duncan Hunter fights for soldiers' right to smoke."We sleep in the dirt for this country. We get shot at for this country. But we can't have a cigarette if we want to for this country, because that's unhealthy," the California Republican said Wednesday. "Well, I'll tell you what. If you want to make us all healthy, then let's outlaw war, because war is really dangerous," Mr. Hunter said. "And it was bad for my health, and it's bad for other people's health. So if you truly want to make it so we're all healthy, then we shouldn't have a military at all, because that in and of itself is dangerous."
 
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #756



The Property Rights Newsletter
April 25, 2014 - Issue #756

"The problem is that agencies sometimes lose sight
of common sense as they create regulations."
- Fred Thompson

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!The Food and Drug Administration will propose its first regulations for electronic cigarettes, including requiring health warnings and banning sales to minors. Regulators do not yet have scientific evidence for a rule on flavorings, but the subject is still being researched, Mitchell Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, told reporters. "There are far more questions than answers," he said, adding that the new regulation would provide a "framework" for additional rules in the future. The FDA has been trying to regulate the devices for at least five years. In 2009, the agency sought to impose restrictions on them as medical devices designed to deliver nicotine, a chemical compound that is addictive. After a federal court struck down that effort the next year, the agency switched grounds and declared that it could issue rules for the devices under the authority Congress gave it to regulate tobacco products. Regulating the devices raises more complex issues than rules for traditional cigarettes because the health impact of e-cigarettes is unclear. Supporters say they could be beneficial by allowing users to get nicotine without the exposure to tar and other carcinogens found in cigarette smoke. They have touted the devices as an effective way for some of the country's roughly 42 million smokers to quit.
 
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  Past Newsletter Issues Issue #755



The Property Rights Newsletter
April 18, 2014 - Issue #755

"We cannot afford the EPA's continued expansion of red tape that is slowing economic growth and threatening to entangle millions of small businesses."
- Fred Upton

EPA Concedes: We Can't Produce All the Data Justifying Clean Air Rules.
 
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The Property Rights Newsletter
April 11, 2014 - Issue #754

"What counts is not necessarily the size of the dog in the fight
- it's the size of the fight in the dog."
- Dwight D. Eisenhower


Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
 
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The Property Rights Newsletter
April 4, 2014 - Issue #753

"No one loves the messenger who brings bad news"
- Antigone by Sophocles


World Smokers News - See today's breaking news about smoking.
 
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The Property Rights Newsletter
March 28, 2014 - Issue #752

"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
- Hamlet

Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
World Smokers Blogs: Watch instant postings to your favorite blogs.
 
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The Property Rights Newsletter
March 21, 2014 - Issue #751

"Of all the liars in the world, sometimes the worst are our own fears."
- Rudyard Kipling
Property Rights for all include Smokers Rights!
 
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