Chemotherapy-Treated Cancer Patients Die Sooner than No Treatment at All As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.” – Alan Nixon, Ph.D., Past President of The American Chemical Society For those living in the early 1900’s, the chances of getting cancer was 1 out of every 100 people, about fifty years ago the chances increased to 1 in 50. Today, it is said that a little less than 1 out of every 3 people will get cancer, soon to be… View Articleclick here for more
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Cops Stop Teens from Shoveling Snow Without Their Government Issued Permit Toss this one on the list right next to the ridiculousness of government-targeted lemonade stands. There’s a war against making any money the government can’t take a cut of these days. In Louisiana, for example, a law was passed in 2011 making it illegal to use cash to purchase anything secondhand even though our Fed notes clearly state, “This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private.” How many people who hold garage sales take credit cards, anyway? Bye bye almost all Louisiana garage sales. Well now… View Articleclick here for more
Canada’s opposition parties acquiesce to government’s draconian “anti-terror” bill Canada’s opposition parties have signaled that they will mount no serious opposition to the Conservative government’s latest “anti-terror” bill—legislation that would dramatically expand the powers of the national security apparatus and attack core democratic rights. The Liberals, who polls indicate are the best positioned to unseat the Conservatives in the coming federal election, have announced they will vote in favour of Bill C-51 even if the government rejects the various amendments they intend to propose. The trade-union based NDP, the current official opposition, has thus far refused to say whether it… View Articleclick here for more
Brian and Wild Bill For America Encouraging Liberals Brian and wild Bill For America Talking Turkey Wild Bills Mission I. “To call Americans back to the traditional faith of our Founding Fathers. Every problem this nation is facing can be traced to abandonment of the Judeo-Christian values that founded the USA.” II. “To support and encourage the Tea Party and other conservative Americans because they are the people who will guard America’s freedom and heritage, ensuring that the United States will continue to be the greatest nation in history.” III. “To encourage faithful Americans to courageously speak out publicly...
Brian and Wild Bill For America Encouraging Liberals Brian and wild Bill For America Talking Turkey Wild Bills Mission I. “To call Americans back to the traditional faith of our Founding Fathers. Every problem this nation is facing can...click here for more
Problem Of Whiteness – Attacked For Being White Today Brian Talks about Problem Of Whiteness – In a sign that America’s institutions of higher learning may be lost forever to the radical left, college students in Arizona can now take a class on “Hating Whitey.” In line with the extreme academic discipline called critical race theory, which is prevalent on campuses across America, Arizona State University is now offering a course on “the problem of whiteness,” according to Campus Reform. Critical race theory is a belief that relies heavily on the myth of institutional racism, the opinion that racism...
Problem Of Whiteness – Attacked For Being White Today Brian Talks about Problem Of Whiteness – In a sign that America’s institutions of higher learning may be lost forever to the radical left, college students in Arizona can now...click here for more
Elizabeth Warren Opposes “Congressional Meddling” ‘Audit The Fed’ Bill It would appear the powers that be are getting nervous. Yesterday, Fed Governor Jerome Powell (and Fisher and Plosser) stepped up the central bank’s push against what he termed congressional efforts to extend political influence over monetary policy, calling them “misguided” and “in violent conflict with the facts.” Today we have Senator Elizabeth Warren trying to sound supportive of transparency but proclaiming that she opposes Rand Paul’s “Audit The Fed” Bill because it promotes “congressional meddling in the Fed’s monetary policy decisions.” Desperate to appear a huge opponent to Wall Street… View Articleclick here for more
Obama: ‘We have to twist arms when countries don’t do what we need them to’ President Barack Obama has said the reality of “American leadership” at times entails “twisting the arms” of states which “don’t do what we need them to do,” and that the US relied on its military strength and other leverage to achieve its goals. READ MORE: ‘US unilateral actions to protect its interests let other govts use same excuse’ In a broad-ranging interview with Vox, which Obama himself described as a venue “for the brainiac-nerd types,” the US president both denied the efficacy of a purely… View Articleclick here for more
Sen. Rand Paul: Audit the Fed If the Federal Reserve was a real bank, without extraordinary powers, it would be insolvent. The Fed has $4.5 trillion in liabilities and only 57 billion dollars in equity. It is leveraged at 80:1, nearly three times greater than Lehman Brothers when it failed. Nearly 40 percent of the Fed’s liabilities are said to be mortgage-backed securities – the question needs to be: How many are distressed home loans? What does that mean? It means the dollar that was once as good as gold ultimately became backed by the full faith and credit of… View Articleclick here for more
More cities are trying to follow in the footsteps of D.C.-area jurisdictions to give non-citizens the right to vote in municipal elections. Though many of these proposals have failed, the Washington Post notes that activists in Amherst, Massachusetts, Madison, Wisconsin, and Burlington, Vermont are also clamoring to give voting rights to non-citizens. In New York, as Breitbart News has noted, Mayor Bill de Blasio has said he would like to “continue the conversation” this year on giving voting rights to non-citizens. Six Maryland jurisdictions and Chicago allow non-citizens to vote in some local elections. The Post notes that opponents believe… View Articleclick here for more
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback Rescinds Sebelius Order Protecting LGBT Workers Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, ignoring prospective critics arguing for the LGBT movement, rescinded an executive order issued in 2007 by former Governor Kathleen Sebelius that expanded laws specifically protecting LGBT state workers. Brownback’s executive order was simple enough; his office released a statement saying the order “reaffirms the commitment of the State of Kansas to employment practices which do not discriminate based on race, color, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry or age. It further establishes that state entities will implement employment management practices for veterans and disabled individuals that include… View Articleclick here for more