Do you remember the Liberals’ biggest complaints about George W. Bush? They were: 1) Bush spent too much of our tax money. Well, HELLO? Obama has increased the federal budget deficit and debt way beyond anything previously imaginable. 2) Bush had too many troops in harm’s way in the Middle-east. Well, HELLO? Obama not only […]
Archives for October 2009
October 30, 2009 Most cattle start life in a pasture, but end up transported by semi trucks to feedlots. Feedlot beef is never grass-fed. Feedlots are designed to pack thousands of cows into a cramped area to encourage the greatest weight gain in the shortest time. This means feeding cattle with grains (corn), and boosting […]
What country has a constitution based on the Koran, follows Wahhabism, and is connected to charities that spread fundamentalist Islamic propaganda? Read on for the answer … Hint: This country and one other (U.A.E.) recognize the legitimacy of the radical Taliban regime.
Both sides of the aisle in Congress have made much of the potential for preventive medicine. The thinking is that if doctors catch an illness early, it can be treated at less cost. In his speech to Congress on health care, President Obama said that under his plan, “companies will be required to cover, with […]
October 23, 2009 Way back in the ’30s, as Sally Fallon writes, Dr. Weston Price identified 14 isolated villages around the world in which almost every resident was free of chronic disease. Dr. Price found that when villagers moved away and switched to the Western diet of refined carbohydrates and devitalized fats and oils, bad […]
October 16, 2009 Consumers are routinely head-faked when it comes to beef. Almost all cattle (nearly 100%) spend some time on grass. But if cattle are also fed corn, a vegetarian diet of grains, or worst of all, animal by-products, then such cattle should not be labeled grass-fed. If cattle are not finished on grass, […]
Thanks to 600 hours of surveillance footage provided by the Predator UAV, an F-16 was able to kill al Qaeda’s Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. It’s a case study of what a light footprint looks like.
The decibel levels of the arguments about the independence of the Federal Reserve have been growing in Washington. One camp says the Fed needs to be more accountable, another camp says an independent Fed should oversee the financial system, and yet another small group says the status quo is fine. It is obvious to most […]
October 9, 2009 Polyunsaturated oils contribute to increased cancer and heart disease, weight gain, digestive disorders, and immune-system dysfunction. And most American diets are overloaded with them. Polyunsaturated oils tend to become rancid or oxidized in cooking. Rancid oils are characterized by free radicals, which can damage cells in the body. Fast-food chains’ commercial polyunsaturated […]
The UN czar “helped persuade Clinton to rebuff Sudan’s offer in 1996 to turn Osama bin Laden over…”