about being liberal or conservative anymore y'all. That is a hype offered by the fascist whores who want to confuse the people with lies while they turn this country into an aristocratic police state. Some people will say anything to attain power and money. There is no such thing as the Liberal Media, but the Corporate media is very real.
Representative Elijah Cummings from Maryland speaks with Mika and Joe on the Morning Joe show at MSNBC.
Saturday, 20 April 2019 at 10h 15m 56s
The Mueller Report
Jesse Dollemore does an excellent piece. Jesse is an ex-Marine. He is a true patriot.
Right before the 4:20 mark (on 4-20 day in San Francisco LOL)
What Robert Mueller absolutely did not do was exonerate Donald Trump.
Even Shep Smith at Fox News has words on this matter.
Shep has been (along with Chris Wallace) the lone semi-moral authority at an otherwise despicable
propaganda corporation, ie. willing participants (perhaps with good intentions) hired to give a
somewhat moral face, just like mobsters hiring lawyers. A broken clock is always correct twice in
24 hours, hence even Fox News can hire 2 people who have some moral center despite their ideological
Thursday, 18 April 2019 at 19h 24m 19s
OMG can we just accept the truth and do what is necessary to save our Republic
Randi Rhodes brings it hard and true with her New York accent. I love this woman with all my heart.
Even Chris Wallace at Fox News cannot swallow this thing whole.
"I suspect that Democrats heads are
The above video is put together by Brian Tyler Cohen, a recent youtube'r that I have come to
respect. I suggest you subscribe because he is fair and on point in addition to being quite adept at
being convincing to the lowest denominator. You will also get an education.
"Then again, holding a press conference about a report before it gets out, is also as desperate as
it gets. And not exactly something you need to do if you are fully exonerated."
Fuck yea assholes eat that whole and swallow hard.
Wednesday, 3 April 2019 at 18h 10m 17s
Does Sugar consumption cause Cancer?
At the timestamp 28 seconds, the question "Does Sugar Consumption cause ..
Yes. I think that eating too much sugar increases definitely the ... probability of getting cancer
... and also make the outcome of people who already have cancer [is] worse."
This is why I absolutely hate it when fucking Safeway asks me to donate towards "fighting" Cancer and I
am like, WTF, 80% of your store is contributing to adding sugars that promote cancer. Cancer cells
have more insulin receptors than other cells. They literally thrive in a high blood glucose
environment. It's not genetic mutations so much as it is inhibiting your body's natural response to
cancer cells because the high blood glucose environment is overwhelming our bodies natural ability to
kill and defeat miscreant cells.
Are you "standing up for cancer" when you put those high-sugar added items into your shopping cart?
Thank God modern science is coming around. So many people can now avoid this modern syndrome.
Wednesday, 3 April 2019 at 17h 57m 15s
Oh my god
Why are we ignoring the Red Flags, the signs of obvious insanity.
A 4 page summary does not do a 300 page report any justice.
Sunday, 31 March 2019 at 15h 16m 39s
I love Samantha Bee
These assholes cut taxes for the wealthy in the belief that the wealthy invest in society that is
functional to the larger macroscopic society. Then they act all statesmen-like and conservative by
saying they have to be economical and cut government investment (which they call spending) in the
larger macroscopic society. The belief that the patriarchs of any social order automatically make
the best investment choices for the larger macroscopic society is ... however ... flawed.
Some wealthy families and persons understand the larger macroscopic picture that connects the wealth
of a society and the distribution of wealth within a society. Other patriarchs are more
microscopic, viewing wealth acquisition as an inherent right or an indication (proof) of their
merit, because they worked hard, made the right choices, and so deserve their claim to a larger
proportion of the society's production. Being better positioned to understand the future of
investment choices, the notion is that less taxes on the wealthy promotes smart and functional
Which is wierd because nothing in the historical past would ever give anyone a reason to believe
this fallacy. The modern nation state that evolved from the rural/tribal economy had to deal with a
vast majority of people who did not work on farms and either lived in cities or worked in a part of
the economy that was not agricultural in origin. When the mass of the social order was based upon
agriculture and small artisan production, as was the case before the industrial revolution, local
political regimes were more relevant, although they did mesh within the larger statehood that did
exist since ancient times. However, the transportation and communication facilities at the time
inhibited the potential control management systems that now exist in the modern world. Hence in the
modern world the owning classes squeeze the lower orders of the economic system and hide it behind
some stale philosophical sophistry.
This is why government investment is necessary in order to make the larger environment function for
Even at only 2% of the World's Water supply water also expands when it melts, so that 12 percent
will affect a larger percentage of Volume to the current ocean water. 200 feet sea level rise is
considered by most climate scientists to be the minimum.
Click to timestamp 10:44 to see a time lapse with color of how quickly Greenland's ice is melting.
Click here for a curiosity article on 70% of the Earth's fresh water is frozen.
There is even a video from "Business Insider" of what the world would look like if all the ice
melted. OMG a whole patch of the Southeastern United States is underwater, including all of Florida.
We are in the midst of an atmosphere chemical change created by the burning of fossil fuels over the
last 200 years. The result of which is acidifying the oceans and melting all of the ice.
Sunday, 24 March 2019 at 15h 8m 42s
Nutrient Dense Foods, Paleo vs. Keto Diets
These days, the ancient "Low-Fat" diet is becoming recognized for what it always has been -- a fad
diet. In fact, the "Low-Fat" diet might be the most destructive fad diet in human history. Before
Ancel Keys hijacked the American Heart Association on behalf of the Vegetable oil industry (look it
up), American diets were more than 50% fat. Pastas and breads were seen as uniquely
rather than a "heart-healthy" diet option. The breakfast consisted of Bacon and eggs with lard
laden biscuits or butter encrusted oatmeal, rather than grains based cereals (with or without
sugars) and milk. Look at the recipe books printed before World War One. Lard and meats were half
of the meal, and vegetables were salted and/or soaked, or fermented before they were considered
The modern food industry is about selling cheap processed foods and rancid oils to a public that is
ignorant of reliable knowledge about real human nutrition. Those of us who have broken through the
mythology and lies now live healthier lives. Called Paleo or Keto, these diets are not fad diets,
but rather merely consist of getting back to pre-industrial food industry habits of eating foods not
contained in cans, cardboard, or plastic.
This video featuring Dr. Nick Sudano defines the differences between Keto and Paleo. For the
record, the way I eat is Paleo. I focus on Nutrient Dense Carb based foods and eat healthy fats and
good sources of Protein. I analyze the mineral and vitamin content, as well as the type of fats and
spectrum of proteins of all the foods I eat using the website nutritionvalue.org as a reference.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman created an index in 2017 ranking Nutrient Dense foods called ANDI (Aggregate Nutrient
Density Index) to show how popular foods stack up in terms of micronutrient density per calorie. The
more nutrient-dense food you consume, the more you will be satisfied with fewer calories.