Archive for April, 2011
There are a lot of issues making headlines these days as the corporate media and the global powers work to keep you distracted. So I want to caution you to remain vigilant.
In a mouse model, researchers from South Dakota State University showed that incorporating canola oil into a diet may significantly cut the risk of developing colon cancer.
Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter has unveiled an executive order that prohibits the State from implementing Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) has blasted President Barack Obama for holding a partisan meeting to discuss the nation’s immigration policies.
A civil rights group and several prominent media organizations have requested the release of footage of a high-profile case involving gay marriage in California.
Most people immediately think of filtration systems when considering water purification methods in a survival situation.
There are many excellent filter systems on the market today that will do the job and are popular in the survival and prepping community. While I own and have used various filters myself, when packing for a long wilderness excursion or preparing a compact bug-out or everyday carry bag for emergencies, I want something smaller, lighter weight and absolutely dependable for short or long-term use.
While there are some compact drinking straw filters that fit the small and light weight criteria, they are not so convenient for everyday use and, like all filters, have a limited life before they must be replaced.
The National Institutes of Health and the Alzheimer’s Association have added some much-needed updates to the guidelines used by physicians and scientists to diagnose and research the disease.
A downgraded credit rating for the United States has lifted gold prices to record levels.
Tea Party groups across the United States staged rallies this past week to coincide with tax day, and some liberal Americans have done their best to disrupt these peaceful gatherings.