Archive for June, 2010
Consuming apple juice on a daily basis can help individuals with moderate to severe Alzheimer’s disease reduce the psychotic symptoms that often accompany advanced cognitive decline, according to a study recently published in the American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias.
A week after Alvin Greene shocked the establishment in South Carolina with his improbable Senate primary victory, his former opponent Vic Rawl announced that he will file a formal protest with the state’s Democratic Party.
Children of prominent politicians rarely talk publicly in support or against big policy issues, but one of the daughters of former President George W. Bush did just that on Sunday when she appeared on Fox News.
When BP CEO Tony Hayward appears in front of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, he should be prepared for some rough questioning, according to the committee’s chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.).
On the night of June 15, President Obama delivered his first speech to the nation from the Oval Office, addressing the Gulf oil spill disaster. However, the speech garnered a fair amount of criticism.
Last January the Supreme Court ruled that campaign finance laws should be relaxed to reflect constitutional rights to free speech by allowing businesses, unions and advocacy groups to air political ads. It has been criticized by both Republicans and Democrats, and has been subject to both legal and legislative challenges.
As investigations into the legal writings of President Obama’s latest Supreme Court pick continue, evidence has come to light that suggests Elena Kagan strongly backed former President Bill Clinton in the Whitewater case.
America is a nation secretly controlled by large corporations and other background entities that terrorize the nation’s citizens in order to establish a fascist-like control. And sadly, the vast majority of Americans have no idea anything of the sort is going on, according to Jeffrey Grupp, author of Corporatism: The Secret Government of the New World Order.
The transformation from a free to a corporatist society actually began in 1870s and continued slowly into the 1970s. But since the 1970s the transformation picked up speed turning the United States into a communist nation—an Orwellian state with all the standard characteristics such as invisible and fabricated terror networks, mass brainwashing, staged war, mass poverty and, eventually, the migration of virtually all citizens into compact, dirty, disease-ridden cities that could more accurately be called labor or concentration camps. And the pace of the transformation really accelerated after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Grupp writes.
Low energy, chronic fatigue, problems sleeping, high blood pressure, unstable blood sugar, digestive problems, muscle and joint pain, headaches and weight gain are symptoms of an overworked and possibly toxic overload in your liver and kidneys. Read this article to learn what you can do to help two of the hardest working organs in your body…
President Obama has requested that Congress quickly approve nearly $50 billion in emergency aid to help prevent states from being forced to lay off more workers.