As you age, your body slowly but surely loses the battle to keep its organs from suffering oxidative damage. But in two key areas, your genetic material and your mitochondria (cellular energy producers), researchers have found a supplement that can help the body fight back against the vicissitudes of getting older.
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Count on Camille Paglia to turn her progressive, myopic, ivory-tower echo-chamber colleagues red with indignant rage anytime she opens her mouth to speak the simple truth. Paglia weighed in on the sanctimony-fueled uproar that “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson’s “suspension” from the massively popular A&E show generated Thursday, as the openly gay professor, intellectual and […]
This article, written by Charles Ornstein, was originally published by ProPublica Dec. 19. You aren’t alone if you’re confused about the deadline to sign up for coverage on the health insurance marketplaces. The deadline is 2014 and has been 2014 in flux. When the process began in October, consumers using HealthCare.gov, the Federal marketplace for […]
The founder of Military Spouse magazine took Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) to task in a recent interview for voting in favor of a budget compromise which contains cuts to pensions for disabled military personnel. The Senate passed the budget deal on Wednesday. In an interview on Newsmax’s “Steve Malzberg Show” Babette Maxwell said, “Shockingly, a […]
In spite of the Democratic Party’s co-opting of the narrative of hope and change for minorities in America, it’s actually the GOP that better compensates paid nonwhite minority staffers. That’s according to a study from the New Organizing Institute (NOI), which reviewed expenditure information from the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) for 2012. NOI employed the […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Cape Coral, Fla., resident Robin Speronis had a pretty cool thing going. She had decided to live a resourceful life. Speronis was living off the grid. Now she’s facing eviction because she agreed to share her enthusiasm for off-grid living with a local television station, and the city government saw the story.
There’s good news for people who want to lose weight but hate feeling deprived. Researchers found that you can indulge in this treat daily and still lose weight. In fact, you can start your day with this delicious, mood-boosting delight.
After spending at least $8.3 million on a television jingle intended to extoll Obamacare’s goodness and drive residents to the State’s messed-up insurance exchange website, Cover Oregon is pulling the plug. “The problem? The spots still in circulation have been pushing people to use the unworkable online exchange.”