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Americans for Free Choice in Medicine - AFCM promotes the philosophy of individual rights, personal responsibility and free market economics in the health care industry.

  • http://www.afcm.org/healthcareprinciples.html American Health Care: Essential Principles and Common Fallacies - This essay provides a brief guide to the essential political, economic and moral principles on which all health care policy must be based.
  • http://www.afcm.org/hcinar.html Health Care Is Not a Right - Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are an important new means to keep health care affordable and must be defended from efforts by the California Department of Insurance to eliminate them.
  • http://www.afcm.org/fallacies.html Fifty Fallacies About Health Care - Common fallacies about American health care that are often used to confuse and obstruct a proper approach to medical care. Facts and reasoned arguments are provided in response, as tools to help prevent these fallacies from damaging the system of medical care required in a free society.

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  • Bob Rutan - This is a much better film than most of the movie critics rated it ...

    This is a much better film than most of the movie critics rated it to be. It takes the myth of Hercules and grounds it in reality. Dwayne Johnson once again proves that he has flashes of depth in his acting that a lot of action movie stars do not, and he leads a very nice ensemble cast of characters. While Johnson and Ian McShane get to go a bit further with their characters than the rest, all are very good. And the main point of a movie like this is the action, which there is plenty of. But what a lot of the critics overlooked was the message the movie makes about heroes, how heroes are created, how they are perceived, and the potential in anyone to be one. This is an action sword and sandal that goes a little bit deeper. It is a fuller story than the old Steve Reeves movies. And, in a way, reminded me of the original "Magnificent Seven".

  • Ashley - Utter crap.

    I find it interesting that based on the reviews this is something that either works or it doesn't. There doesn't seem to be any in between. It didn't work for me what so ever and if I could I'd give it zero stars. IT didn't work so why should it get even a single star? I got conned into buying this from some guy at the mall. He would not give up and I should have known better but he gave me half off and threw in a cleanser so I figured I was getting a good deal. Like other people have said, he tested it on my wrist and "skin" came off. I've since tested it myself on my face and on that same wrist with no result. I don't know what that was but it clearly wasn't skin. These kiosk workers are no better then con artists.I saw on the receipt that all sales are final. Gee, I wonder why. Never again will I buy anything from these people and they'll get a piece of my mind the next time they try and stop me.

  • UPNorthMom - Excellent Product

    I purchased this for my 12 year old son whos hormones are out of whack. He's greasy and full of facial acne. He's not good at washing his face in the AM/PM which has made the problem worse. I decided to try this after reading some reviews. It has worked wonders for my son and he has NOT applied it as often as I had wanted. However, I'm still seeing great results. I paid $19 for it in Amazon and that was a fair price. The price has increased a lot. I'm not sure it is worth that much! It is a very small jar. The cream has a little scent, but it is not very strong. It is very lightweight and rubs in easily with no greasy feeling. It has a cooling affect on the skin. Pictures are prior to treatment and after about a week of using the lotion. ***Unlike many others on here, I did not receive my product free. I was a paying customer.***