Tag Archives: Ada Fisher

A Jobless Recovery and Employment Lies

Looking at the employment statistics regardless of the category into which they fall, too many expect the government to make work for them and want an unsustainable increase in the minimum wage not based on market demands. The latest data … Continue reading

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Sorry Doesn’t Make It Right

If you shot someone and he dies whether intentionally or not, you can’t take it back. If your words are hurtful, the sting and their indelible impact belies the expressed ending “but words can never hurt me.” And, if you … Continue reading

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Voter Misinformation Abounds with Unanswered Questions

From the NAACP to the liberal left to Democrats to the media, rampant attacks have been launched on the Voter ID Bill in North Carolina and other areas though the courts have upheld similar laws in Georgia and South Carolina.  … Continue reading

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Shut It Down?

Though many oppose the current shut down of government, it should be a time of reflection about what is the rightful place of government in our economic lives instead of the bemoaning of a loss of entitlements.  Of course since my checks … Continue reading

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Is NSA an Affront to the Constitution and this Democratic Republic?

The big lie is that the National Security Agency (NSA) could have prevented 9/11 hence the need for its expanded powers.  This agency in some form has been in the spying business since 1949 and it didn’t prevent that nor were … Continue reading

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Sexual Assault and the Abuse of Authority

Having worked many nights alone in the emergency room, I can’t recount all of the instances of sexual assault entering the doors with the victims usually being female.  I quit doing house calls as a physician after finding myself in a … Continue reading

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America Has Changed But Have We?

The post election doldrums is too fast setting in but what does it all mean?  First and foremost this is not your father’s America and fast becoming not that which our forefathers would recognize.  Did you think the day would come … Continue reading

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Mental Illness, Not Guns Is Real Issue – Dr. Ada Fisher

Too frequently the news media is replete with stories of handgun violence taking the form of massacres involving innocent young.  The homicide/suicide of a Kansas City Chiefs player with his baby’s mother and other violence featuring packs of gangs raise the … Continue reading

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Tighten the Grip as the Fiscal Cliff Approaches

The nation would be ill served if the Republicans loosened the reigns on taxes or failed to insist on cuts to non-essential programs.  Raising taxes on those making more than $250,000 per year generates only enough money to keep the budget … Continue reading

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Here Comes de Tax, Order in the Court Now Here Come de Taxes

The Supreme Court decision of June 28, 2012 did exactly as I’ve tried to warn folks, which is to view the 2010 Affordable Care Act = ObamaCare as a tax.  Justice John Roberts in writing for the thin majority did not … Continue reading

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Students Have a Right to an Opinion

Listening on the radio and on Fox TV in some disbelief to the badgering of a reported high school junior by his social studies teacher reportedly from North Rowan High School in Spencer, NC was distressing.  Children do have a right … Continue reading

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The Need to Separate and Compartmentalize

Working in Occupational Medicine, particularly in corporate America, the most distressing thing was the exit interviews for those who were getting pink slips, retiring by reductions in force (RIF’s), reaching the Peter Principle and eased out, flat out terminating or … Continue reading

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In Praise of Housewives

Democratic operative Hilary Rosen who assists Democratic National Committeewoman Deborah Wasserman Schultz, said of Ann Romney that she has ‘never worked a day in her life.’  The Democrats continue their war on women being given a pass via having other women … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin Could Be Any of Our Sons

Riding his bike on his way to the library up the street on Fulton Avenue in a reasonably upscale neighborhood of Salisbury, NC not far from home, my then sixteen year old son was accosted finding a police car in … Continue reading

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Citizen Amicus Curiae Brief on “ObamaCare”

Telephone Number:  704-782-5144 Email Address: FisherAM@MSN.com March 26, 2012 The Honorable Chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts Supreme Court of the United States 1First Street, NE Washington,DC20543 Re:   Citizen Amicus Curiae Brief on “ObamaCare” Dear  Honorable Chief Justice Roberts and … Continue reading

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