The two scariest female killers I can think of in the US recent history are the woman from the 70s who, along with her lover, murdered her husband, then afterwards they posed smiling and laughing with his nude mutilated corpse (they were also nude, you can see the photos at the Hollywood Museum of Death, as they actually were so methed out or something that they took the photos to a Rite Aid or some shit to be developed and were discovered by the lab tech)...and Theresa Jimmy Francine Knorr who abused her six children, then murdered two of them slowly while enlisting the help of the other children. One was burned alive and the other was starved to death in a closet. Knorrs crimes were so sadistic both police and a therapist initially dismissed the youngest daughters attempt to report the crimes as fiction. Anyway, in 19th century there was an Australian female serial killer named Frances Knorr. Frances Knorr was a baby farmer who also murdered children. Coincidence? I think not.
"Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey
In 2008, Medicaid spent $3.6 billion on antipsychotic medications.
The number of people treated for depression has tripled over the last 20 years and now, 1 in 10 Americans take antidepressants. ( From "The Body Keeps the Score: Brain Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma")
"Since October 1996 there has been no global warming at all (Fig. 1). This month’s RSS  temperature plot pushes up the period without any global warming from 18 years 2 months to 18 years 3 months." Christopher Monckton