Legislation Still Under the Radar Would Devastate U.S. Gun Ownership Rights

There are three bills currently in Congress getting little attention that would restrict gun ownership in America. These bills, backed by the most anti-gun administration in U.S. history, would be a devastating blow to Second Amendment rights. Read this article to learn more about these bills and those who would enforce them.

The Model T: Ford’s Great Promise and a Legacy Derailed

It was 101 years ago this week, on Oct. 1, 1908, that Henry Ford unveiled what would become the most popular automobile in the world, the Model T. Ford promised, “I will build a car for the great multitude. No man making a good salary will be unable to own one and enjoy with his family the blessings of hours of pleasure in God’s wide open spaces.”

Hypothyroidism or Iodine Deficiency?

Hypothyroidism and iodine deficiency should be considered together. But doctors generally do not suspect a problem of low thyroid or low iodine levels and do not test for either. However, if you suffer from fatigue, depression, weight gain, memory loss, hair loss, muscle cramps, dry skin, decreased libido, cold feet, confusion, delirium or even heart failure, you should check for hypothyroidism and iodine deficiency—both are easy to diagnose and treat. For tips on testing yourself and more facts about hypothyroidism and iodine deficiency, read this article.

Uncle Sam Did Something Right

There is much that our government has done and wants to do with which we could quarrel. But no one can deny that it makes the most beautiful modern coinage in the world. And you can own some for a small premium over the spot price of their gold and silver content. Read this article to learn more about the U.S. Mint’s gold and silver coins…

Grunch of Giants by R. Buckminster Fuller

“Gross Universe Cash Heist (Grunch)” is the theory that large corporations use the government to enforce their economic suppression of the rest of society and steal resources and assets from around the world whenever and wherever they want.

Written by inventor, architect, engineer, geometrician, cartographer and philosopher R. Buckminster Fuller in 1981, Grunch of Giants postulates the theory that the United States industrial complex—corporations—are controlling world events for their own ends. Even politicians are controlled by Grunch, a vast invisible empire that includes airwaves and satellites, factories and research laboratories and large cities.