Walter Bagehot

Born in 1826, Walter Bagehot (d. 1877) was an Englishman who was once called “the Greatest Victorian” and a social scientist of note. Despite all his works and studies of England’s political and economic sides, it was an American company, The Travelers’ Insurance Company, which

Treating Back Pain

Would you believe it? The latest medical news is that nine out of ten sufferers of back pain will recover within the first month without any treatment. So my contention that naturopathy can be trusted to give us better advice holds good. All the old and conventional treatments such as traction,  corsets,

Obama administration to dismantle muslim registry program

NEWS SCAN The Obama administration is dismantling the dormant national registry program that was used to keep tabs on visitors from countries with active terrorist groups, the administration announced Thursday. The National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (Nseers) is a remnant element  from the Bush administration’s response to the terror attacks

UN approves resolution to probe Syria war crimes

NEWS SCAN The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution to establish an independent panel to investigation possible war crimes in Syria. The resolution, approved by a vote of 105 to 15 against, with 52 abstentions, will establish the International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism to Assist in the