The average American is Vitamin D deficient and that deficiency is behind many of the diseases and ailments suffered by people of all ages, according to James E. Dowd, M.D., and Diane Stafford in their book, The Vitamin D Cure.
The book is written in simple prose and printed using large print, which makes it an easy read. And Dr. Dowd backs his hypothesis with real-life examples from his medical practice.
After treating his patients for years for the symptoms of muscle and joint pain, back pain, sleep disturbances, severe fatigue, muscle cramps and headaches, Dr. Dowd found himself dealing with some of those symptoms himself. As he began to try and diagnose the cause of his problems, he realized they began three years after he moved from Texas to Michigan.
American democracy paints a pretty portrait of the United States as a peace-loving, democracy-spreading, benevolent benefactor to freedom-loving nations and people around the globe.
But what goes on in the shadows is quite different. It’s actually an ever-growing leviathan that employs bribery, coercion, extortion and even, at times, assassination as billion dollar corporations and people acting under authority of the U.S. government—the corporatocracy—work to spread U.S. empire.
“Gross Universe Cash Heist (Grunch)” is the theory that large corporations use the government to enforce their economic suppression of the rest of society and steal resources and assets from around the world whenever and wherever they want.
Written by inventor, architect, engineer, geometrician, cartographer and philosopher R. Buckminster Fuller in 1981, Grunch of Giants postulates the theory that the United States industrial complex—corporations—are controlling world events for their own ends. Even politicians are controlled by Grunch, a vast invisible empire that includes airwaves and satellites, factories and research laboratories and large cities.
Identity theft, a falling dollar, rising inflation and an intrusive, over-reaching government are among the topics dominating the headlines these days. And they are frightening headlines, especially for those who aren’t prepared to protect themselves. But Mark Nestmann’s The Lifeboat Strategy: Legally Protecting Wealth and Privacy in the 21st Century can give you the information you need and the steps to follow to help you to deal with today’s legal, economic and political uncertainties. Nestmann is not just an author writing about a subject he has researched. As president of The Nestmann Group, Ltd., an international consultancy, he assists individuals in achieving their wealth preservation and privacy goals.
Natural disasters, the possibility of food shortages and the threat of some type of terrorist attack on American soil have brought the idea of crisis preparation out of the fringe shadows and into the mainstream. And no other topic in this vein is more popular than emergency food storage.
So Peggy Layton’s, Emergency Food Storage and Survival Handbook is a must-have for anyone prepping for an emergency.
Although he began writing Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto long before Barack Obama was elected president, Mark R. Levin’s book on the conservative and liberal political philosophies couldn’t have been more timely.
In the book he dissects the two political philosophies and how they differ in their views on personal liberty. In doing so he brings to light what the Founders of our country believed and why they believed as they did. He also unveils the insidious nature of liberalism and how those who believe in that philosophy feel about the rights of individuals, the states and the Federal Government, and how liberalism—or Statism as he calls it—leads to tyranny.
Levin also lays out a course for conservatives to follow if they want to reclaim the freedoms that are being lost daily and stem the tide of liberalism.