New Study On Fat Vindicates Dr. Atkins And Chagrins Michelle Obama All At The Same Time


J.G.Lord:

It is a sad nation that allows the unelected the uneducated with an agenda counter to the nations best interest to rule by decree Butt that is what we have what we have allowed all so we will not offend the world as we kiss their Butt

Originally posted on Rat Nation:

meat

No longer just for special occasions

From the New York Times:

People who avoid carbohydrates and eat more fat, even saturated fat, lose more body fat and have fewer cardiovascular risks than people who follow the low-fat diet that health authorities have favored for decades, a major new study shows….

The new study was financed by the National Institutes of Health and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. It included a racially diverse group of 150 men and women — a rarity in clinical nutrition studies — who were assigned to follow diets for one year that limited either the amount of carbs or fat that they could eat, but not overall calories.

Now, there’s a government study we can all get behind.

“To my knowledge, this is one of the first long-term trials that’s given these diets without calorie restrictions,” said Dariush Mozaffarian, the dean of…

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Denominations that liberalized Christianity’s teachings on sex are in decline


J.G.Lord:

what does one have to say?

Originally posted on Wintery Knight:

Alexander Grisworld writes all the denominations that liberalized their teachings on sex, in The Federalist.

Excerpt:

The Episcopal Church

In 2003, Gene Robinson became the first openly gay, noncelibate man to be consecrated as a bishop of the Episcopal Church. In the wake of his consecration, entire dioceses severed ties with the Episcopal Church, eventually creating the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA). But the Episcopal Church continued to liberalize its sexual teachings, lifting a moratorium on any more gay bishops in 2006 and creating a “blessing ceremony” for gay couples in 2009.

In 2002, the number of baptized U.S. members of the Episcopal Church stood at 2.32 million. By 2012, that number had fallen to 1.89 million, a decline of 18.4 percent. Meanwhile, attendance has fallen even more steeply. Average Sunday attendance in its U.S. churches was 846,000 in 2002, but had fallen 24.4 percent by 2012 to…

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distance sounds calling out


As I went out a walking early in the morn it was about the midnight hour, the sun was going down the sky was dark there was no light I heard a horn a trumpet sound once or twice maybe more. The sun had fled away the sky rolled up the stars they fled away an empty fear came over all mankind for they realized the time was near.
I went out and walking found a man of many sorrows one who ask no questions yet held the answer all did seek to find. I heard a sound so quiet I heard a word once whispered love it conquers all; yet man in pride his envy will not let him realize that he is the created just a creature given breath and so much loved. The boundaries were set at the time of creation
Seeking always with fist clenched he curses and defies the trumpets sounding he does hear and he cries out all the more, with fists clenched eyes wide shut ears stopped up with mighty words and thoughts of his what ifs. Me and mine just go away leave me to my own I made myself o don’t you see I understand it’s me alone not you. Pride it comes and goes it bring him to his fall his destruction comes from within he judges one not all man in his final way judges only one he is the witness at the trial of but one himself. He gives testimony to all he’s done and left undone ….

Islamic slaughter and displacement of “non-believers” continues


J.G.Lord:

once again the lies come out and fools and idiots believe while the truth suffers.

Originally posted on danmillerinpanama:

But the “free world” continues to focus on
Israel’s “genocide” against “Palestinians” rather than on
the Islamist terror groups aligned against her.

If the Obama Nation is serious about combating the Islamic State (IS), perhaps it should embed intelligence types with the Vice News teams to get better information on where its forces are located and what they are doing.

Does Obama’s American really want to prevent the IS’ creation of an Islamic caliphate? How about other Islamic terror organizations? Hamas?

As observed in an article titled Christians and Yazidis in Iraq – and a World’s Indifference,

For the United Nation’s (UN) and the international media, there is one standard for Palestinian people and refugees, and another for others. This can be deduced from the reaction to the plight of the Iraqi Christians and the Yazidis (a Kurdish ethno-religious group of people, concentrated primarily in the Nineveh Province in Northern Iraq, now occupied by the…

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Forgotten Political Lesson Of The 1972 Presidential Campaign


J.G.Lord:

it seems that the lesson has been learned, its the people who have failed to see to hear and to ask the hard questions. one can conclude the Tea Party is a wolf in sheep’s covering if this story has any validity.

Originally posted on Rat Nation:

 edmund_muskie_ap_328_605Sorry, Governor-Senator-Mr. Secretary Muskie.  No presidency for you.  You’ve been rat-@#$%&^!

The following is tough love.  Sorry to have to do this, but the tilting at windmills is wasting a lot of time and money.

In honor of the 40th anniversary of President Richard M. Nixon’s resignation due to the Watergate scandal, here is the most under-rated exchange from the movie “All the President’s Men”:

Deep Throat: What’s the topic for tonight?

Bob Woodward: Rat-fucking.

Deep Throat: [lights a cigarette] In my day it was called the double-cross. In simple context, it means infiltration of the Democrats.

Bob Woodward: Segretti wouldn’t cooperate, but if he would we know he would implicate Chaipman.

Deep Throat: And that will put you inside the White House.

Bob Woodward: Be specific. How high up?

Deep Throat: You’ll have to find that out for yourself…

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