It was Douglas Adams, the late 20th Century English novelist, who said, “It is a well-known fact that those people who must want to rule people are, ipso facto, those least suited to do it… anyone who is capable of getting themselves made president should on no account be allowed to do the job.”
Whatever dragons Presidents George Bush and Barack Obama believed they had to slay for their “War on Terror,” they have sacrificed key guarantees in the U.S. Constitution. Obama has been the worst offender, ignoring Congress on major policies and making the judiciary his sword. I believe these two presidents have not been malevolent, yet they have suspended liberties that they were sworn to protect. Read more »(1254 words, estimated 5:01 mins reading time)
Long-term use of commonly used blood pressure medications increases your risk of ovarian cancer, breast cancer and skin cancer.
These cancer concerns first came to light back when the prestigious journal Lancet Oncology found that people who took blood pressure medications had a significantly increased risk of new cancers occurring.
The Journal of the American Medical Association published a study that discovered women who had been taking calcium channel blockers for 10 years increased their risk of developing breast cancer by 2.5 times. A study at Kaiser Permanente in California shows that some anti-hypertensive drugs make one very sensitive to sunlight. Nifedipine (calcium channel blockers) and hydrochlorothiazide (diuretics) are associated with cancer of the epithelial cells, known as squamous cells, that are the main part of the outermost layer of the lips and skin. Now we have to worry about lip cancer? No thank you. Read more »(485 words, estimated 1:56 mins reading time)
These days, it seems like mass killings and terror attacks are becoming a daily occurrence. In fact, I just wrote a major article about this. But let’s try to put all of this into perspective. If the mass killings and Islamic terror attacks are unspeakably evil, and they most certainly are, then how evil are we as a nation for killing 58 million of our own babies since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973? The truth is that we are a nation full of mass killers, and those that celebrate our slaughter are elected to the highest offices in the land. The blood of our murdered children is crying out from the ground against us, and there is no possible way that America will ever be “great” again as long as we continue to ruthlessly take the lives of our unborn. Read more »(1151 words + 1 image, estimated 4:36 mins reading time)
Terror attacks and mass killings are happening so rapidly now that it is really difficult to keep up with them all. In fact, as you will see below, so far there have been several this week alone. This latest attack in France during which radical Islamic terrorists slit the throat of a Catholic priest was particularly disturbing. Just a few days ago I warned that churches in the western world would be targeted, and now it is happening. According to thereligionofpeace.com, there have been 1274 Islamic terror attacks in 2016. These attacks have been spread across 50 different nations, and as a result of these attacks more than 11,000 people have been killed and more than 14,000 people have been injured. When are we going to finally wake up and understand how serious this threat really is? Read more »(1088 words + 1 image, estimated 4:21 mins reading time)
With many Democratic voters feeling cheated, the party appears to be bearing some of the same sort of fractures that weakened the GOP establishment in 2008. And that’s probably bad news for Hillary Clinton.
Party unity hasn’t exactly been easy to find as the DNC kicked off this week and news interviews of attendees at the event are revealing that there’s a healthy undercurrent of anti-Clinton sentiment running through the party.
Like this guy, a convention delegate, who revealed in an interview with ABC reporter Jonathan Karl that he doesn’t even plan to vote for Clinton in November:
“You are a delegate to the Democratic National Convention and you are not going to be voting for Hillary Clinton. Why?” a surprised Karl asked the young man. Read more »(344 words, estimated 1:23 mins reading time)
The Democratic National Convention opened with a bit of chaos this week as DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign and Bernie Sanders supporters very vocally expressed disgust with their candidate’s treatment. But beneath the chaotic veneer, Democratic Party loyalists are united by a fear of Hillary Clinton.
Back in 2014, Politico described how Clinton likes to keep a running political hit-list during her campaigns to make sure “friends could be rewarded and enemies punished” at the end.
As her failed 2008 bid came to an end, Politico reported, there was a lot of information for campaign flunkies to add to Hillary’s hit list: Read more »(485 words, estimated 1:56 mins reading time)
In 1991 George Bush Sr., in at least two separate speeches, announced an active geopolitical endgame for global stability; something he called the “New World Order.” This was not the first time the concept of the NWO had been uttered by a prominent figure. Fabian socialist H.G. Welles wrote an entire book on the ideology decades before, in 1940, entitled The New World Order, and wrote a thinly veiled propaganda film on the rise of globalism titled Things To Come. The core of this ideology is the institution of global governance and the erasure of sovereign nation states, ostensibly in order to end the persistent threat of world war.
It all sounds very noble on the surface, but there is much more to total globalization that the elites do not discuss very openly or very often. Read more »(1972 words, estimated 7:53 mins reading time)
Michael Moore is a radical leftist that is trying to destroy everything that America once stood for, but for once he is making sense. In his recent article entitled “5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win“, he makes a compelling case for why Donald Trump could win the election in November. I can’t remember the last time I actually agreed with Michael Moore about something, but in this instance I do. The American people are very angry and very frustrated, and they want someone that is going to shake things up in Washington. Needless to say, that is not going to be Hillary Clinton. According to Real Clear Politics, Trump has won five of the last six major national polls, and top Democrats are starting to understand that they could actually lose to the New York billionaire. Read more »(1145 words + 1 image, estimated 4:35 mins reading time)
It is starting to look more than just a little bit “apocalyptic” out there. If you follow my work closely, you already know that weather patterns in the United States have been going absolutely crazy and that last year was the worst year for wildfires in all of U.S. history. Well, this week things have gotten even worse. A “heat dome” has brought triple digit temperatures to much of the country, and an “unprecedented” wildfire is ripping through the hills north of Los Angeles “like a freight train“. The so-called Sand Fire started on Friday, and since that time it has been burning 10,000 acres a day. An acre is approximately the size of a football field, so that means this fire has been burning the equivalent of 10,000 football fields every single day, and it is only “10 percent contained” at this point. Read more »(1099 words + 1 image, estimated 4:24 mins reading time)
Democratic lawmakers are attempting to force their Republican colleagues to “just admit that Donald Trump is not fit to be commander in chief” because of recent remarks he made about NATO.
Pointing to a recent New York Times interview in which Trump said it may be time for the U.S. to dial back some of its NATO involvement, Democrats are looking to get hawkish Republicans to disavow the GOP nominee’s seeming reluctance to have the U.S. play world police.
Trump told The Times that his test for whether the U.S. would involve itself in the foreign affairs of NATO allies would hinge on whether “they fulfill their obligations to us.”
“This is not 40 years ago,” he said. “We are spending a fortune on military in order to lose $800 billion. That doesn’t sound very smart to me. Read more »(903 words, estimated 3:37 mins reading time)
Medical totalitarianism is psychological warfare that induces the people to act in the interest of mainstream medicine in all matters. Nowhere is this despotism more exact and deadly to life than in so-called medical “science.”
Great suffering and chronic and fatal illnesses are built upon conditioned and programmed patients who trust the medical practitioners implicitly no matter the facts to the contrary.
As life slips away, the patient never waivers his faith in the well-meaning but belligerent efforts of the doctors who fight the imaginary foe without ceasing as the fees pile up. The people are so saturated with the idea that disease must be fought to a finish that they are not satisfied with conservative and alternative treatment, one of which I will show you in a moment.
Millions pay for it with their lives every year. Read more »(1385 words, estimated 5:32 mins reading time)
During her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton failed to protect American lives abroad, destabilized the entire Middle East, caused massive damage to U.S.-Russia relations and jeopardized classified information for personal gain. Yet sadly, many Americans say heading the State Department is the only job at which Clinton has ever excelled.
That’s according to analysis out from Rasmussen which shows that, despite her lifelong place in the political spotlight, Americans have a tough job naming any Clinton achievements for the people she claims she’s served.
Via Rasmussen: “In distant second is her role as first lady which 16% rate most important. Twelve percent (12%) see her term as a U.S. senator as most important, while nearly as many (11%) say that of her career as a lawyer. A sizable 23% are undecided.” Read more »(378 words, estimated 1:31 mins reading time)