Archive for November, 2009
Gold protects wealth. A real-life lesson taught Contributing Writer Michael Checkan the value of gold. Read his article to get Michael’s first-hand account that taught him the importance of the yellow metal, and also learn more about how you can own some of your own…
Bob McDonnell won the gubernatorial race in Virginia on Nov. 3, raising concerns among some state residents about the future of its gun laws.
As a candidate, Barack Obama vowed to change the way Washington worked and to end politics as usual. As president, Obama has demonstrated that his “hopeychangey” mantra was all talk and his nominations, appointments and associations bear this out, according to Michelle Malkin in her latest book, Culture of Corruption.
Starting with the failed nominations of people like Tom Daschle, Bill Richardson and Nancy Killefer, Malkin takes the reader step-by-step through the sordid history of graft, tax evasion and insider deals of Obama’s cabinet nominees and official wannabees in the president’s inner circle.
For instance, the ultimate insider, former Senator Tom Daschle, was slated to be Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services, where he would lead the charge to reform the nation’s healthcare system. He and the president were so sure that Daschle’s confirmation was in the bag that Daschle already had office space decked out on the ground floor of the West Wing of the White House.
According to new research, enriching one’s diet in folate—also known as folic acid or vitamin B9—may reduce the odds of developing colorectal cancer in women.
In a closely watched ballot on Nov. 3, voters in Maine rejected the law legalizing gay marriage that had been signed by Governor John Baldacci on May 6.
The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee passed the Clean Energy Jobs for American Power Act on Nov. 5th in a vote that its Republican members all but boycotted.
Continuing economic uncertainly and a weakening dollar have contributed to a sustained upward march in gold prices, which reached a new high on Wednesday.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common side effect of gastric bypass surgery, but according to a new study supplementation with probiotics may help patients avoid the problem.
Last month the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke above the 10,000 mark for the first time in more than a year. It happened thanks to the work of President Barack Obama and his bagmen at the Federal Reserve. But was the infusion of $1 trillion in new money good for the economy or bad? Keep reading to find out and also get some sound advice to help you prepare for what lies ahead…