U.S. Attorney Wants Newspaper to Name Names

Should a newspaper, or any web site for that matter, be required to reveal the names of people posting comments to website articles? A court fight in Nevada may determine the answer to that question and just exactly how the First Amendment applies in the case of anonymous postings on the internet. Read this article to see how your government is trying to infringe on your rights…

Acid Buildup in The Tissue Equals Early Aging, Cancer and Death

A healthy body always needs an excess of alkaline reserves to support the body skeleton, and equally to keep the critical 1 percent alkaline balance in the blood and the cell tissue. When our alkaline level is low and acid is high, sickness results; when our alkaline reserve is depleted and acid reigns, death follows. And when tissue cell calcium is low, the void is filled with acid—and sickness and disease love acid. Discover ways to boost your invaluable alkaline reserves—and the price your health pays if you don’t—when you read this article…

They Signed for Us

On July 4, 1776, representatives of the Continental Congress voted unanimously that, “These United Colonies are and of right ought to be Free and Independent States.” Thirteen colonies voted to become something new in history—the United States of America. Now, all they had to do was to win their independence from a government that would consider them traitors. Read this week’s Straight Talk to learn more about those early, heady days of our great nation…