There is a tendency in all of us to compare the old fashioned to the new. This is especially true in the preparedness community where in anticipation of hard times ahead, we look to our parents and grandparents for ideas for living a self-reliant and sustainable life. I have been thinking about that a lot … Continue reading Living Life The Old Fashioned Way
As of August 2016, 25 states and Washington, D.C., had passed laws legalizing or decriminalizing medical marijuana. Additionally, 15 more states had legalized the use of cannabis oil, for medical purposes. The states shaded in red permitted the use of medical marijuana, while the states shaded in gray did not. The states in purple allowed for … Continue reading Montana Medical Marijuana 2016 Initiative I-182: Vote Yes To Nullify Imposed Restrictions Against Patient Access
NEW YORK (WNB) - In what even some Democrats are calling a desperate and ill-advised attempt to connect with the youth vote, Hillary posted her own version of Kim Kardashian's recent nude selfie Thursday night (below). "I don't know if this was the right move," said one Democrat Senator. "I saw this yesterday and frankly … Continue reading Desperate Hillary Courts “Jugend” Vote: The Eleventh-Hour Attempt
"I'm not crazy, doctor," Gigante said in August 1997, shortly after arriving at Butner Prison. Gigante was typically seen as above, wearing a bathrobe, pajamas, and slippers, seemingly unaware that it was inappropriate to wear such attire out on the street. The New York Times described his behavior as that of “a disturbed but harmless … Continue reading Hillary’s Health Behavior Seeks Empathy
A new study in the journal Neuropharmacology is showing yet again the incredibly diverse ways that medical cannabis can heal the body. We already know of several physical conditions it can treat—such as epileptic seizures, Crohn’s disease and neuropathic pain—but medical cannabis is also showing promise for the treatment of depression. Researchers at the Universidad … Continue reading Big Pharma Frightened After New Study Shows Cannabis Is A Highly Effective Natural Antidepressant
The social wasp Polybia paulista protects itself against predators by producing venom known to contain a powerful cancer-fighting ingredient. A Biophysical Journal study published September 1 reveals exactly how the venom's toxin--called MP1 (Polybia-MP1)--selectively kills cancer cells without harming normal cells. MP1 interacts with lipids that are abnormally distributed on the surface of cancer cells, … Continue reading Breaking Biophysical Journal Sept.1, 2015: Brazilian Wasp Venom Kills Cancer Cells In Seconds By Opening Them Up.
Health programs in Iraq are facing drastic cuts in the face of severe funding shortages, the World Health Organization [WHO] said, leaving people exposed to diseases amid searing summer temperatures. Almost 3 million people will have no access to urgently needed services because 84 percent of the country's donor-funded health programs were shut down last … Continue reading Iraqi Hospitals Shutting Down: Leaving Millions Of Citizens Without Care!
Without a doubt, a highly decorated, four-star Marine Corps General has courage and conviction. But this particular Marine — Gen. John Kelly, head of the U.S. Southern Command — has demonstrated real guts by coming right out and saying something that his own Commander-in-Chief might not like to hear. While President Obama calls for more … Continue reading Marine General Broke Rank Asking Why Obama Had Shut Down Southern Border Defense Grid.
Fraud Alert: Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Lawsuit to Stop Congress from Participating in D.C.’s Small Business Exchange Both houses of Congress were not exactly honest on the applications they filed with the District of Columbia’s Health Benefit Exchange Authority. In fact, the signatories who put their names to the applications seemed to make little pretense … Continue reading Smoking-Guns On Obamacare Fraud