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Archive for May, 2011

Kucinich Says Obama’s Handling Of Libya May Be Impeachable Offense

A member of President Barack Obama’s own political party recently stated that the Commander in Chief has violated the Constitution by bypassing Congressional approval to intercede in Libya’s civil war. 

Israel, For Real…

Give President Barack Obama credit. Having proved himself the most domestic policy-impaired president since Jimmy Carter “lusted in his heart” (if not since Warren Harding got his Teapot Domed), Obama has evidently decided to set his sights overseas. Bad luck for the citizens of our best strategic ally in Middle East.

Palin’s Aides Fire Back Against New Book

Frank Bailey, formerly an aide to Sarah Palin, is already facing criticism for his tell-all book about Alaska’s former Governor, and the book will not be out until Tuesday. Describing Bailey’s “Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin” as “fiction,” several sources close to Palin told POLITICO the book is clearly biased.

British Doctor Threatened With Censure For Discussing Jesus With Patient

An openly Christian doctor in England faces censure from his professional body for discussing Jesus with a patient. According to an article on MyFoxNY.com, Richard Scott, who has practiced medicine for 28 years, “is under investigation by the General Medical Council (GMC) and faces disciplinary action after he suggested to a 24-year-old man that he might find solace in Christianity.”

You Won’t See These Big GOP Names On The 2012 Presidential Ballot

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels announced his decision not to run for the 2012 Presidency on Sunday, leading the GOP to put increasing pressure on other possible candidates. Unfortunately for the Republicans, some of their biggest names insist they will not run.

Gingrich Was In Debt To Tiffany’s, Shocking Six-Figure Sum

In 2005 and 2006, 2012 GOP Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich owed between $250,001 and $500,000 to the luxury jewelry store Tiffany & Co. According to an article on Politico.com, the debt was exposed by financial disclosures filed with the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

Usama Bin Laden Exposed

Supreme Courts Affirm The Police State

Our descent into a police state is complete, as evidenced by rulings by the Indiana and U.S. Supreme Courts which, last week, effectively and finally abolished the 4th Amendment. No longer are American citizens “secure in the persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures,” thanks to the two rulings affirming police authority to bash down your door and enter your home without a warrant. Resisting such an incursion is now a crime.

Improving Liver Function

Dear Bob,

In the April issue of The Bob Livingston Letter you mentioned methyl-B12 to improve the liver’s methylation pathway and liver function. How much methyl-B12 do you recommend taking along with Metacrin DX to clear the liver’s methylation pathway?

Thanks in advance,
Jerry Johnson

Airsoft Training Inexpensive And Fun

As ammunition prices have bounced all over the place and the threat/promise of increased firearms and ammunition legislation has increased, I have started doing more and more of my training with airsoft police tactical pistols or trainers. They have allowed me to train with my wife more often than we could if live fire were our only option. As an added benefit, I know that if it becomes illegal or a serious liability to train with firearms in the future, I have a backup plan in place to stay proficient as well as get new shooters up to speed with firearms.

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