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The United Pro Choice Smokers Rights Newsletter

The United Pro Choice
Smokers Rights Newsletter

December 5, 2008 - Issue #506

"Torture numbers, and they'll confess to anything."
- Gregg Easterbrook
Watch: Newsflash, Heart attacks increase in Scotland.
When it looked as though heart attack rates were dropping in Scotland, the government were quick to claim that this was caused by the smoking ban, but now that we discover that heart attacks are actually increasing, the government and the biased media prefer to sweep this inconvenient truth under the carpet. By Phil Williams, United Kingdom Regional Director, Citizens Freedom Alliance, Inc., The Smoker's Club.
Scotland: Large rise in Acute Coronary Syndrome since the smoking ban. The Scottish smoker ban is responsible for many, many deaths. The ban can be said to have CAUSED hundreds of heart attacks.
From The Mailbag
CO: Tobacco prohibitionists complaining, spending tobacco $.
KS: Hutchinson and Reno County Update by Sheila Martin.
OH: Allegations of Voter Fraud in Ohio. Ballot backwards.
USA: MSA: New companies challenge deal, tobacco wars.
The Canadian Smokers Rights Newsletter, read all the news.
Defiance And Ban Damage Hurts Everyone
Defiance: Inside NYC's Smoking Speakeasies. Fashionable New Yorkers are breaking the law and lighting up.
Protest! Dutch cafe owners on Saturday took to the streets of The Hague in protest at a smoking ban they say has seen business drop by up to a third. Protesters brandished banners denouncing the "dictatorship" of Dutch Health Minister Ab Klink.
France: Across France, Cafe Owners Are Suffering.
The Slippery Slope After Tobacco
Beer! Four beers a day 'could make you blind.' Explaining the trigger, Dr Chong said it was possible alcohol could increase oxidative stress to the retina. "Alcohol is a neurotoxin so it is thought that high levels can actually cause retinal damage that might lead to the disease," she said.
Flax Seed: A Natural Alternative to Statins? The guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics called for cholesterol screening of children as young as 2—and cholesterol drugs for kids as young as 8.
Privacy: You’re Leaving a Digital Trail. What About Privacy?

Proof Ireland is in recession:
pubs freeze drink prices.
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