World Health Organization Targets Who?

  Recent articles highlighting World Health Organization’s manic fixation on the tobacco industry got my attention. I fully acknowledge that tobacco products are a health hazard…my doctor says so every time I visit as have countless ads and pamphlets. My anger isn’t over that. However, where has the WHO got the right to spend millions and billions of taxpayer dollars bringing down this industry when there are so many much more worthy health issues to focus on? Is there pictures and studies which show how tobacco has created deformed babies? How about information on the extreme effects of tobacco similar … Continue reading

Arizona’s Avra Valley – What Every State Should Consider About Water

FINALLY, some states have wised up and are putting into play water conservation methods long talked about by groups who have seen this time coming for many years! Western States Negotiate Drought Contingency Plan Despite Wet Winter Route Fifty Timothy Clark April 17, 2017 A visit to Arizona’s Avra Valley highlights advanced hydrological, technological and conservation solutions to the Tucson area’s water concerns. AVRA VALLEY, Ariz. — Here in the desert 15 miles from downtown Tucson, a remarkable engineering system is providing a reliable supply of water that’s the envy of other communities in the arid West. Twenty ponds, ranging … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — October 12, 2015

, Not necessity, not desire – no, the love of power is the demon of men. Let them have everything – health, food, a place to live, entertainment – they are and remain unhappy and low-spirited: for the demon waits and waits and will be satisfied. Friedrich Nietzsche,   (October 15, 1844 — August 25, 1900 )   ~ ~   Grouchy   ~ ~

The Natural Medicine Chest and First Aid Kit

From Natural News If you are making a transition from conventional medicine to an all-natural, organic approach to wellness, it helps to know which items to stock up on so your medicine chest and first aid supplies are ready for action. Many of the items you will need are likely to be found in your pantry or refrigerator. Try to keep extra on hand – especially the essentials. Items for a Well-Stocked, All Natural Medicine Cabinet:   Raw and Fresh Garlic Ginger root Aloe vera Dry Stuff Baking soda (non aluminum, organic) Sea salt Cayenne pepper Eyebright tea Bottles and … Continue reading

Just the Latest Media Ploy to Distract You

    from Natural News   The primary function of the mainstream media is not to inform you, but to distract you from what’s really happening. When it comes down to it, nobody really cares whether a tiny pizza joint in Indiana wants to cater a gay wedding with pizzas. (Who caters their wedding with pizza, anyway?) The far greater issue happening today is how we are all being enslaved, oppressed and exploited no matter what our sexual orientation, religious background, race or country of origin. The leftist media tries to drive a wedge between the people of America by … Continue reading

Quote Of The Day — February 26, 2015

. “It is amazing that people who think we cannot afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, and medication somehow think that we can afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, medication and a government bureaucracy to administer it.” Thomas Sowell, Knowledge and Decisions   ~ ~ Grouchy ~ ~

Quote Of The Day — January 1, 2015

. “A year of ending and beginning, a year of loss and finding…and all of you were with me through the storm. I drink your health, your wealth, your fortune for long years to come, and I hope for many more days in which we can gather like this.” C.J. Cherryh, (Born September 1, 1942)  Fortress of Eagles   ~ ~  Grouchy  ~ ~

When The World Is No Longer Safe

. Freedom Outpost has an article, that could have world wide consequences in a VERY short period of time. Chris Carrington brings us the story. Doomsday Disease: 68 More Ebola Deaths in a Week and 20% Increase in New Cases   Since June 23 68 more people have died from Ebola as the outbreak continues to grip West Africa. The number of confirmed cases has risen from 635 to 759 during the same period. Most of the deaths have been in Guinea, but there are an increasing number of cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone. Health ministers from the three … Continue reading