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understanding the immune system

I grew up playing in the dirt, ditches, the woods and sundry awful, dirty, dangerous uncontrolled places. I raised three daughters the same way. Mud pies, heck yeah. Our marvelous immune systems thrive on such stuff. Big Pharma wants to kill it off – and far too often, is successful.   Children raised in rural environments and surrounded by animals develop stronger immune systems Thursday, June 07, 2018 by: Carol Anderson Tags: animals, bacteria, city life, exposure, goodhealth, hormones, immune response, immune system, mental health, microorganisms, mind body science, nature, outdoors, Pets, rural life, stress, urban life           3,260Views   (Natural News) It’s said that being in rural areas has enormous benefits to our physical health. […]

misspelling plague

Why did misspelling “HUGE” become popular? It is not like the word is difficult. Nor is HUGE among the thousands of English Language words where the spelling makes no sense. It isn’t even a big, complicated word. But I see these annoying headlines and comments in many diverse spaces. It just makes me cringe. So I’ll put it in one more place. Ick. Here’s a yuuuge wage gap Trump ought to close Source: Investors Business Daily I do with it the same as I do with other gross misspellings: Pronounce them as written. X mass – shoppeeee – yewdge. The feely-huggy marshmallows leading classrooms full of mold-able clay have decided that correctly writing the language of this country is too […]

intelligentsia quitting Google

You love the Earth, nature, people and feeling like you are a positive contributor to all that. Then you discover that you work for a corporation with some OTHER priorities. Do you hang onto your comfortable income stream or live within your honor and integrity. Some Google employees have faced that dilemma and come out on the side of honor. I commend them. Google employees finally wake up and realize they’re working for PURE EVIL… AI drone “terminator” project meets internal resistance Thursday, May 17, 2018 by: Ethan Huff Tags: accountability, artificial intelligence, autonomous, computing, Department of Defense, employees, ethics, evil, fascism, future tech, Glitch, Google, killer drones, military tech, military use, Project Maven, quitting, robotics, robots, search engine, Tyranny, […]

3 Stoic Lessons That Can Help Heal Our Toxic Political Culture

Back in the days of Ancient Rome and Greece, the founding fathers of the stoic school of philosophy taught the importance of rationalism. From Intellectual Takeout .org by Richard Mason Emotional. Tribal. Irrational. These are just three adjectives which could be applied to the political discourse of the 21st century. Both in the United States and Europe, discussions have reverted from constructive criticism and mutual understanding to name-calling, de-platforming, and retreats into echo chambers. None of this is particularly useful for a pluralistic society. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. Back in the days of Ancient Rome and Greece, the founding fathers of the stoic school of philosophy taught the importance of clear-mindedness and rationalism in the development […]

The Age of Petty Tyrannies

I really liked the commentary below. The Rutherford Institute granted me permission to publish the entirety here. I was impressed enough with his perspective and writing to buy his book Battlefield America: The War on the American People The cultural destruction is all part and parcel with the destruction of life, liberty, property brought to a populace too lazy to fight for their freedom. I keep hoping enough of us keep the knowledge alive in case we get another shot at forming a community of mutual respect and honor. The Age of Petty Tyrannies   By John W. Whitehead “Whether the mask is labeled fascism, democracy, or dictatorship of the proletariat, our great adversary remains the apparatus—the bureaucracy, the […]

3 second attention span

Even a normal toddler can focus for a whole minute, or several minutes even on a single, natural occurrence. Something really fascinating like a butterfly, flower or dog can keep their attention on that single object for quite a while. This can be, and quite often is “FIXED” … at all ages. I was out tonight giving my puppy outdoor playtime before bed. I happened to see a television running in a well-lit room some 20-30 meters away. From that distance one can quickly see the big picture – the details and sound don’t cloud the view. BAM-BAM-BAM the scene changes every 2 to 3 seconds. FLASH-FLASH-FLASH this brightly colored screen keeps eyes on the movement and mind from considering […]

reaching out to mainstream

John Stossel spent many years with ABC and FOX with hugely popular shows. He is on the Ron Paul Liberty Report in a discussion that should make sense to people not quite immersed in the counter-DC movement.

It’s only cognitive dissonance if you’re cognitive

This is too beautiful to not share, and too short to excerpt and link. These rocket scientists would have everyone but the Praetorian guard disarmed. Right about directly opposite of what their “don’t shoot” posture would dictate. These are the college students… pretty much tells you all you need to know about university-level thinking today. April 19, 2018 Carl Bussjaeger …of the contradiction between this goal… Arizona students plan to occupy state Capitol with ‘die-in’ for gun control Students with the March for Our Lives movement said they plan to occupy several buildings at the Arizona Capitol on Friday to demand Gov. Doug Ducey support stricter gun-control laws. …and this accompanying image. March For Our Lives protesters demand “their lives […]