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Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom. Email this author.


Finally, Some Justice for Kelo

Susette Kelo lost her property but she’s finally received a little justice. Read this article to learn how…

Bill O’Reilly Exposes MSNBC and Obama

Food Inspector Coming to Fruit Stand Near You

Bills are currently pending before both the House and Senate that will endanger grandpa’s garden, grandma’s preserves, local fruit stands and small farmers. Keep reading to learn the ramifications of this favor to big agriculture…

Seniors, Don’t Break Your Bones!

It is true that when the elderly fall and break a bone, they frequently contract pneumonia—and then die. But researchers have shown that if seniors take their calcium, magnesium and vitamin D3 (the sunshine vitamin), they can escape this fate. You don’t have to worry about an overdose of vitamin D, and bone health is only the beginning of the health advantages that vitamin D provides for you. To find out more about the vitamin that is introducing a golden age in natural medicine, read this article and get the facts about sunny vitamin D3…

Modern America Is Fat, Overweight and Obese

The fat epidemic in America is going from bad to worse. As our American diet goes—so goes obesity. And fructose corn syrup is a cheap filler that is in most of our processed foods—but it is dangerous to our health. So there is a definite connection between gaining weight and getting sick. As a matter of fact, my study shows that obesity and overweight is related to every documented illness. Find out how fat causes destructive inflammation—and what you can do about it—when you read this article…

Government Seeks to Grab Guns to Aid Mexico

As violence in Mexico increases a growing enterprise in Mexico—kidnappings—is spilling over the border in the United States. Read this article to see the Obama administration’s latest idea to help Mexico curb the violence…

Gerald Celente Predicts Economic Armageddon by 2012

Osteoporosis & Heart Disease Linked

Studies show an inverse correlation between bone mineral density and calcification of the arteries—a major contributor to heart disease. This means that if our bone mineral density is low, the calcification of our arteries is high. This makes osteoporosis and heart disease twins. What is the common thread between osteoporosis and heart disease? Read this article to find out…

Gov Rick Perry message to the US Government

How Much Salt is Safe?

Many government agencies are indicating that Americans should drastically reduce their salt intake. But this is another nonsensical big pharma/government campaign that requires us to look at the other side of the issue for the truth. According to Dr. F. Batmanghelidj, sea salt—not refined table salt—has an enormous amount of health benefits. Check out this article to find out just what those benefits are…

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