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March 2010

U.S. needs 'serious medicine'

Amid all the health-care hoopla this week, a few hearings took place that went unnoticed. These hearings also had quite a bit to do with health care, but nobody paid much attention, preferring to watch what one Democrat called the "dog-and-pony" show going on at the Blair House.

One hearing this week was conducted by the House Veterans Affairs committee and looked into the relationship between medication and veteran suicide. Chairman Bob Filner, D-Calif., said that with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, and Traumatic Brain Injuries, or TBI, being the signature wounds of the current war in Iraq and Afghanistan, mental health issues have "taken center stage."  more>>>>>>>


Tsunami swept away fleeing bus full of retirees

The 40 retirees enjoying summer vacation at a seaside campground nestled under pine trees knew they had to move fast after Chile's powerful earthquake struck. They didn't make it. The tsunami came in three waves, surging 200 meters (yards) into this Pacific Ocean resort town and dragging away the bus they'd piled into, hoping to get to high ground. Most of those inside were tourists, and only five of their bodies had been found by Monday, firefighters and witnesses said.   more>>>>>>>>>>>>>

King Solomon's Wall Found—Proof of Bible Tale?

Solomonwall A 3,000-year-old defensive wall might be unprecedented archaeological support for a Bible passage on King Solomon.

A 3,000-year-old defensive wall possibly built by King Solomon has been unearthed in Jerusalem, according to the Israeli archaeologist who led the excavation. The discovery appears to validate a Bible passage, she says.

The tenth-century B.C. wall is 230 feet (70 meters) long and about 6 meters (20 feet) tall. It stands along what was then the edge of Jerusalem—between the Temple Mount, still Jerusalem's paramount landmark, and the ancient City of David, today a modern-day Arab neighborhood called Silwan.  Read more>>>>>>>>>


A Good News interview with Shocked by the Bible author Joe Kovacs.

Shocked by the Bible

A Good News interview with Shocked by the Bible author Joe Kovacs.

by Jerold Aust

Listen to the Good News interview with Shocked by the Bible author Joe Kovacs.

Shocked By The Bible - Joe KovacsJournalist Joe Kovacs has written for broadcast, print and online media for more than 25 years, receiving awards for excellence in news coverage from both the Associated Press and United Press International news services. Mr. Kovacs has been executive news editor for WorldNetDaily, a leading Internet news site, since 1999. His strong interest in the Bible led him to write the recent best seller Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You've Never Been Told. The book documents many surprising facts regarding common beliefs that are and are not supported by Scripture.

The Good News: Your unique book Shocked by the Bible has drawn a lot of attention. Were you surprised by this? Joe Kovacs: I was originally surprised because some people thought I was speaking against the Bible when the exact opposite was true. I was trying to shock people with the actual words of the Bible. Some people couldn't understand that. They thought I was talking against Christianity or the Bible. I need to make it clear from the outset that I am a Bible-believing Christian. I believe that every word of the Bible is true.

GN: What got you interested in the Bible in the first place?   Read more>>>>>>>>>>>>>>