An emailer expresses criticism of my advising people, “Don’t get sick,” to protect themselves from Obama’s Soviet medicine, in my article today on LewRockwell.com, posted below this post.
I know, some people have illnesses or conditions that were not any fault of their own, but my main point was for people to act preventatively, and with common sense. Sorry to sound like a prude, but try to stay away from smoking, booze, and drugs. Take extra vitamins, especially vitamins C and D, and B-complex is helpful, too. Take probiotics such as acidophilus supplements as well. Some people think that eating foods such as yogurt will give you those probiotics, but no, that won’t work. You see, the acidophilus is needed in the colon and they need to be living bacteria in order to actually function. If their source is in food, they will not survive the harsh environment of the stomach and will not make it to the colon alive to actually have any effect. So, acidophilus needs to be taken by enteric coated supplement. Foods and supplements with Omega 3 are also good. And also, as Dr. Miller notes, avoid flu shots. (Dr. Miller also had this extensive essay on the good of saturated fats, with much useful information that mainstream and government nutrition sources do not provide.)
Justin Raimondo has this column today, an Open Letter to Ron Paul. Raimondo brings up the possibility of a Ron Paul third-party run. Some people object to that, believing that such a third party candidacy will siphon votes away from Willard Romney and cause Obama to win reelection. But Romney will lose the election to Obama anyway. There’s no way that a flip-flopping, bought-and-paid-for-by-Wall-Street, warmongering, anti-civil liberties, RomneyCare-pushing Willard Romney could possibly beat Obama.
Regarding the argument of siphoning votes away, a Ron Paul third-party candidacy will also take many votes away from Obama, as well as from Romney. The closer we get to the election, the more people will know how atrocious Obama has been in his own warmongering and against civil liberties. Many on the left, who oppose Ron Paul’s economic views, will more likely hold their noses based on that and still vote for Ron Paul, who isn’t bought and paid for by Wall Street (as are both Obama and Romney) and who opposes bailouts for banks, and who opposes the ‘War on Drugs’ and who opposes wars of aggression against other countries and slaughtering innocent civilians, but who is the only one who promotes freedom.
George Will accurately states all the problems with drug legalization, but worries that legalization would greatly increase addiction levels. However, when alcohol prohibition was repealed, did alcohol addiction levels increase? (If so, then maybe that explains the New Deal.)
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Paul Craig Roberts: False Flag Attack
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Jonathan Turley: Arizona Passes Sweeping Law Criminalizing Internet Speech
Rebecca MacKinnon: Internet Freedom Starts at Home
Jeffrey Tucker: Iran and the Recurring Bad Dream
Glenn Greenwald: Anti-Iran Propaganda and the Cluelessness of Modern ‘Journalists’
Radley Balko: Qualified Immunity Strikes Again
Pepe Escobar: We Want War, And We Want It Now
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