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Archive for April, 2011

Will banks have government oversight even to the control of our safety deposit boxes in a national emergency?

Dear Bob, I’m fascinated by your assertions that the banks will have government oversight even to the control of our safety deposit boxes in a national emergency. But where can I validate that information. I checked on snopes and they claim just the opposite. http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/safedeposit.asp Please let me know how I can validate who has […]

Polyphenols In Green Tea Found To Protect Cells

While testing the effects of green tea in a model that simulated the gut and its digestion process researchers found that the compounds contained in the beverage helped protect healthy cells and prevented tumor growth. 

Hatch Pledges To Fight Tax Increases

Democratic efforts to raise taxes will likely face staunch opposition on Capitol Hill, especially on a key finance panel in the United States Senate. 

Lawmakers Propose Bill To Protect Sale Of Traditional Ammunition

Two United States Senators have teamed up to protect the rights of hunters and fishermen, proposing a bill that would update the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976. 

Urban Survival Skills You Can Learn When Money’s Tight

Sometimes life can throw you a curveball and make preparations difficult. It can be difficult because of finances, health, family issues or any combination of things. In fact, a lot of people who are switched on and see trouble on the horizon are already in a sort of survival mode.

Utah AG Seeks Review Of Ruling That Says Highway Crosses Are UnConstitutional

The nation’s highest court has been called upon to clarify the 1st Amendment’s Establishment Clause, which prohibits the government from endorsing one religion over another. 

Acids Good And Bad

There are good acids and bad acids in the body. Unfortunately, most people spend their time and money neutralizing the good acid with over-the-counter medications while they increase levels of the bad acid with a diet of processed foods, too much meat and exposure to toxins and pollutants. Read this article to learn the difference between the good and bad acids and how they may be affecting your health… 

Charlie Manson To The Rescue?

Tax Freedom Day, “King” Charles And Shameless Vote Buying In India

*Congratulations! Now you get to keep some. Shame on me. I failed to mention that Tax Freedom Day occurred on Tuesday, April 12. In case you’re not familiar with the phrase, it’s a calculation of when the money you earn is yours to keep, instead of going to Uncle Sam. This year, the Tax Foundation […]

Having Fun In The Fight For Freedom

How can you help your country and have a ball doing it? Meet with like-minded people and back candidates who share your view of the country. Geopolitical Editor Chip Wood tells you how in today’s column… 

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