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Ask The Blood Detective – Studies Show Little Benefit in Supplements (New York Times) – 04.14.18

The New York Times just came out with two stories that strongly deny any benefit of the use of nutritional supplements. Dr. Wald will review every major point contained within these articles. According to Dr. Wald, “Well there you have it! I am not undeniably convinced that there is an actual conspiracy regarding the use of vitamins and the medical …

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Warrior Connection – 10.04.15

Warrior Connection had a discussion on adverse health effects of illegal street drugs and alcohol on our body and mind. Specifically on the growing use of mary jane / dope to try and treat ptsd and other neuromuscular afflictions. . These all only complicate life and do nothing to improve quality of life but only numb the senses and have long term health effects. The key is not in drugs or booze but taking control of your life as in attached brochure in concert with wholelistic medical approaches.
PLEASE REMEMBER IF YOU COME UP HOT ON PISS / DRUG TEST YOUR VA AND CIVILIAN PHYSICIAN IS OBLIGATED TO STOP YOUR PRESCRIBED PRESCRIPTIONS AS HE/ SHE SHOULD BECAUSE OF DEADLY INTERACTIONS.

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John Whitehead – Public School Students Are the New Inmates in the American Police State

In the American police state, you’re either a prisoner (shackled, controlled, monitored, ordered about, limited in what you can do and say, your life not your own) or a prison bureaucrat (police officer, judge, jailer, spy, profiteer, etc.). When you’re a child in the American police state, life is that much worse. Microcosms of the police state, America’s public schools …

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Felicia Kornbluh & Gwendolyn Mink – Poor Mothers Don’t Matter in Welfare Policy

This week marks the 19th anniversary of legislation that conditions income assistance for parents and children on participation in a disciplinary program known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Over the lifetime of the brutal TANF regime, the provision of actual income assistance has been overshadowed by the imposition of rules and services to regulate poor mothers’ lives. As …

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Barbara Ehrenreich – In America, only the rich can afford to write about poverty

Back in the fat years – two or three decades ago, when the “mainstream” media were booming – I was able to earn a living as a freelance writer. My income was meager and I had to hustle to get it, turning out about four articles – essays, reported pieces, reviews – a month at $1 or $2 a word. …