Archive for April, 2009
Bills are currently pending before both the House and Senate that will endanger grandpa’s garden, grandma’s preserves, local fruit stands and small farmers. Keep reading to learn the ramifications of this favor to big agriculture…
It is true that when the elderly fall and break a bone, they frequently contract pneumonia—and then die. But researchers have shown that if seniors take their calcium, magnesium and vitamin D3 (the sunshine vitamin), they can escape this fate. You don’t have to worry about an overdose of vitamin D, and bone health is only the beginning of the health advantages that vitamin D provides for you. To find out more about the vitamin that is introducing a golden age in natural medicine, read this article and get the facts about sunny vitamin D3…
The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy has criticized the limits on tax deductions for charitable donations in the Obama administration’s budget.
The Missouri House of Representatives has cleared a law that would bar illegal aliens from attending public colleges in the state.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has praised a legislative proposal that addresses the issue of the frequency with which firearms and ammunition manufacturers pay a federal excise tax on their sales.
The National Inflation Association (NIA) has issued advice on how Americans can protect their assets in the face of inevitable inflation.
New research has found that non-pharmacological interventions such as supportive stress management are more effective than medications for treating depression after coronary artery bypass graft (CABG).
“We spit in their eyes and they call it dew.” Remember when Nikita Khrushchev used this crude boast to describe how much he enjoyed his verbal bullying of then-American President John F. Kennedy? JFK was a heavyweight champ compared to the current occupant of the White House. Barack Obama seems intent on setting a new record of apologizing for his country to every Marxist murderer and tinhorn dictator around the world.
A new coalition called Citizens Against Net Taxes (CANT) aims to bring consumers, industry leaders and nonprofit organizations together to protest against new taxes on digital goods and services downloaded to PCs or mobile devices.