This updated edition shows how a high taxing, high spending State devours individual liberty, expropriates private property, damages material prosperity, blights the prospects of the young, undermines the family and demoralises the weak and vulnerable.
Reveals the medical facts behind the fiction of the television series "ER," recounting the true stories behind the episodes, explaining the characters' lingo, and tracing the show's occasional medical bloopers
Men commit terrible crimes in war. When four Allied soldiers, drawn together in conflict against German General Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps, are captured in the Western Desert during World War II, their experience changes them forever.Attempting to escape, they witness a massacre at an oasis in the Libyan Desert and this incident continues to reverberate through their lives. Their intertwined stories are of capture, escape, recapture and endurance in POW camps in Libya, Italy and Germany until their release by American forces in 1945. Years after the war, a dramatic confrontation at the oasis brings their shared experience to a shocking conclusion.Benito's Bangle spans two decades and three continents and is a story of survival, adventure and the unbreakable bond formed between men under the adversity of war.
Lets you scrub in for an insider's view of ER, the most true-to-life med. TV series ever made. It takes you behind the quick cuts -- both those of the camera and those of the scalpel -- to enhance your understanding of the heroics and the heartbreak that fill every episode of this popular show. In fact, the show's writers have actually come in search of material to the hospital where Dr. Gibbs practices. Here is everything dedicated viewers will want to know, including bloopers from the series, clear explanations of how ER doctors zero in on a diagnosis, and step-by-step re-creations of the medical decisions and procedures from some of ER's most gripping episodes.