“Health Care”—a Cover for Euthanasia

Murder is acceptable if it can be made benevolent, passed off as “health care.” We have long advocated that vaccines are an assault upon the people under the pretense of health care—it is forced medication through persuasion. “Health care” in America is a system of killing off weak infants and aging adults. Incredible? Find out how they do it and get away with it when you read this article…

I’ve Got to Tell You, I’m Tired

I’ll be 63 soon. Except for one semester in college when jobs were scarce, and a six-month period when I was between jobs but job-hunting every day, I’ve worked hard since I was 18. Despite some health challenges, I still put in 50-hour weeks and haven’t called in sick in seven or eight years. I make a good salary, but I didn’t inherit my job or my income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, there’s no retirement in sight, and I’m tired. Very tired.

How to Buy Gold

The stock market lost more than half its value in 20 months. While the specter of inflation hovers over the market as the Federal Reserve prints money to pay for the bailouts, gold and silver are hedges against inflation and some are predicting a big increase in gold prices soon. This article explains how to buy gold and silver…

Airport Body Scanners Too Revealing

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will install naked body scanners in airports across the country this summer. These scanners reveal more than just weapons. They show a digital photo of the passenger’s body beneath his or her clothing. Read this article and decide whether the TSA has gone too far to ensure security…

The Good and Bad Stomach Acid

There are two kinds of stomach acid—the good and the bad. The good is called hydrochloric acid (HCl), and the bad is called organic acids of fermentation. When there is not enough of the good HCl to digest food, the bad organic acids of fermentation appear to cause all the trouble—and if you’re age 50 or older, you’re deficient of good HCl. Find out what to do—and not to do—when you read this article…