Blood Sugar?



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Blood Sugar


Food-But which?
Attitude-That hitch!
One’s genes? -A glitch?
Buy out or in?-Sales pitch.
Sidelined?-A ditch

Hold a grudge-Make that switch.
Running ragged?-Curb that itch.
Too many toxins?-Feel the twitch…

Gain control-Stitch by stitch
Breathe deeply-Your niche
Peace and calm-Strike it rich.

Georgianne Ginder
March 2, 2015


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Financial Crisis



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Originally received from Dr. Gary Kohl. Forwarded with permission, Thanks to William Annett for a brilliant summary!


The Final Financial Solution: Shoot the Messengers


By Guest Columnist William Annett


We’re living in a cuckoo’s nest that would have baffled Ken Kesey.  Consider just three items at the top of our agenda.


(1) Astronomical military spending at a time when there’s nobody left in the world big enough to fight us, with the exception of international terrorists (of which the definition is any rebel faction in a Middle East loaded with factions, most of which we first created, then armed and now oppose, not because they’ve changed but because we have),


(2) the health  care  farce, which makes us the most expensive, least effective (at least   #47 in the world) and largest laughingstock in the world, and finally,


(3) the final triumph of corporate governance in Washington, which is icing the decline and fall of both capitalism and democracy in one fell swoop.


Witness the final humiliation: Warren Buffett, the richest deckhand on this ship of fools, recently announced how he could cure all our ills in about five minutes: every time Congress screws up by deadlocking itself or filibustering over the people’s business, we suspend their Congressional salaries and munificent benefits, such as the real health care system they deny us. The result would be guaranteeing the immediate end of deficits, debt problems and unemployment.   Inadequate, Warren, but like drowning lawyers, a good start.


Take the Pentagon (as Rodney Dangerfield might say: Please). While every politician is shit-hemorrhaging over the budget deficit, military spending has reached such ridiculous proportions that multi-billion dollar items (such as the recent F-35 horror) click automatically into place, even though nobody – including the Pentagon brass itself – wants the bloody thing. It’s just fixed, embedded national policy/corporate welfare that subsidizes the weapons industry. And just the other day, our formerly audacious hopeful President sent to Congress his endorsement of the largest Pentagon budget in history.


(And by the way, who are these old men with eight or ten layers of fruit salad on their left chests, which are probably replicated on their fatigue uniforms and pajamas? To me, they come off about like those other old men of the Holy See who wear red and gold dresses and rule the world. To me, the real military authorities, the veterans I remember with regret and respect, are the G.I.s that came back from Iwo Jima or Guadalcanal, or Ortona or Bastogne, who preferred to make a point of displaying nothing but the starkly simple blue and silver combat rifleman’s badge. For them, it alone was enough because it said it all.)


If you total “Security spending,” adding in all other spending for intelligence and Homeland Security, whatever that means, (and which is exempt from any cuts) suddenly our total defense budget is not $750 billion a year, but closer to $1.2 trillion. And name me one single politician in the country, including those in the Oval Office, with guts enough even to raise a question about this mountainous nonsense. Because it’s all about what’s dearest to the American heart: protecting our freedom against something or other.  What ever happened to “we strove with none, for none was worth the strife?”


Healthcare? Don’t get me started.  H. Woody Brock, writing in Barron’s, made this well-trammeled point: “America’s biggest economic problem these days is health care. Health care is consuming more than 18% of GDP and, if unchecked, that number could grow to 35% by mid-century. It could bankrupt the government and lead to economic collapse.”


Then he dished into his solution, which is that both the Democrats and the Republicans are wrong, because they consider only the demand side and how to pay for it, whereas all we have to do is expand the supply side. Like Reagan economics. My answer to Woody is, there’s nothing inherently wrong with the demand-supply equation that can’t be remedied by making the delivery system as simple as it should be, the way the rest of the world does it. In a word, it’s time to shoot the messenger.


In the wake of Obamacare, that pitiful scarecrow that Congress and the Senate shot so full of holes in committee that both sides no longer recognize it, 300-odd million people, the richest 1/20th of the world’s population, stand around looking at each other with their palms up. Meanwhile politicians continue to argue over why we, like Yogi Berra on one of his worst days, spend more than any other country in the world on a system that is the finest in the world but nobody can afford to go there.


And the answer, under everybody’s nose but which nobody has figured out yet, or if they have, haven’t the guts to mention, is that all those other 46 civilized countries have better, more affordable and quite viable plans for the health of their people because they’ve discovered that – are you ready? – they don’t need fat-ass insurance companies creaming billions off the top.


There, I’ve said it, and you can send the boys in white coats – or the men in black suits – for me any time.  Because right there, I seem to have said something that sounds like socialism, which, even to mention it in contemporary America, is to be bracketed with Lee Harvey Oswald and Julius Rosenberg.


All of which explains why your neighbor who needs a triple by-pass can get on a plane, fly to Mumbai or Johannesburg, have it done, recuperate for a few weeks and fly home, all for less than it takes in that lavish resort hospital around the corner.


But if defense spending for combat avec tes defenseurs (“fighting with your defenders”) and a health care system (that is neither healthy nor caring) both sound like acts of idiocy, the most tragic failure in America is our failure to heed either Teddy Roosevelt  or Dwight Eisenhower. Both of them were Republicans with foresight, which is to say, an extinct species.


The wresting of the nation’s governance out of the hands of its people by a bought-and-paid-for government (in all three of its constitutional branches – executive, judicial and administrative) by the immense and insidious infiltration of corporate power, greed and ultimate influence, has already resulted in the crippling of our means of going forward, has already wrought financial, social and political inertia.


Abe Lincoln would surely turn over in his stovepipe and string tie, confronted by a government (a) of the oil oligopoly, (b) by the insurance industry and (c) for the pharmaceutical giants. An exaggeration?


(a) Heavily subsidized, even while producing net earnings in the billions, BP (British Petroleum) placidly regulated by government goof-offs, succeeded four or five years ago in trashing the Gulf of Mexico to such an extent that the natural wild life will never recover, while the residents around the hundreds of miles of the Gulf’s shoreline, their maritime and land-based industry have lost billions of dollars which will never be recovered. And yet currently, unblushingly, BP is eagerly taking credit for a ridiculous five-state ad campaign – endorsed by all five of those right-wing state governments – attracting tourists to this “vacation wonderland.” Seriously.


(b) The insurance industry in central Florida, after pocketing hurricane premiums for 75 years, in 2004 following Hurricane Charley, first quadrupled premiums and then opted out of offering further hurricane coverage, with the blessing of an obliging Republican state government. An even greater insurance industry rip-off would follow with Obamacare.


(c) The greatest boff of all belongs to the pharmaceutical industry and its standard-bearer GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). Normal operations, sanctioned by a well-juiced government and its trained seal the FDA, consist of developing top-drawer medications which are then marketed for billions, whether or not they’re dangerous – or even criminal.


Found guilty of both civil and criminal fraud in marketing lethal legal drugs, GSK (NYSE) agreeably peeled off $3 billion in fines, and then continued on its merry way. Three billion bucks to a multi-hundred-billion dollar empire is tantamount to little more than petty cash. Do the GSK stockholders know this? Of course! In fact, they EXPECT it. All through the trial process, conviction and penitential paying of the fine, GSK stock hardly showed a tremor of remorse, swinging narrowly between $44.50 and $46.50.


Will the post-America world, with its new industrial revolution save us from corrupted democracy and trashed free enterprise? Will a brave new world of the internet medium fueled by natural power sources rescue us and arise from the ashes of the old world of power and greed?


Don’t bet your food stamps on it. Just three years ago, the Messiah of the new order, Mark Zuckerberg (there’s a Zucker born every minute), managed to out-master the Masters of the Universe by convincing Wall Street to price his stock at a huge multiple of earnings, thereby earning him $20 billion or so in an afternoon. The stock – and Zuck’s fortune – have doubled since.


All the old foot-dragging arguments for the restoration of the status quo in our economy are as dull as Zuckerberg’s dance card. Writing in Smart Money, Reshma Kapadia made the case that “enormous new oil and gas discoveries under American soil are having a game-changing impact on the entire economy.” He’s right, of course, despite the recent collapse of oil prices, along with one or two other commodities, such as Canada. But we can indeed be fossil-fuel independent, simply by giving up our dependency on water.


Where to from here? Ask Robert Reich, former Minister of Labor in the Clinton administration:

“We are perilously close to losing an economy and a democracy that work for everyone, and we are in the process of replacing them with an economy and government that exist mainly for a few wealthy and powerful people…

“Cut the budget where the real bloat is. military spending and corporate welfare. End weapons systems that don’t work and stop wars we shouldn’t be fighting to begin with, and we save over $300 billion a year. Cut corporate welfare – subsidies and special tax breaks going to Big Agribusiness, Big Oil, Big Pharma, and Big Insurance – and we save another $100 billion.”

Reich didn’t mention the biggest problem – which Will Rogers 85 years ago described as  “the best Government money can buy” –  and which has replaced Abe’s version,  with footnotes added by Teddy and Ike. But short of drowning 573 politicians, what Reich suggests sounds like a good start.

The politicians will tell you that they’re only the messengers, delivering what the people want. Believe that, and I have a bridge to sell you that stretches from just abaft of Wall Street to Canarsie.

It’s high time we shot the messengers.
William Annett is the father of Rev. Kevin Annett, who has just published an explosive novel titled Samuel Wedge. The book, which describes the trials of a man who seeks to oppose and bring to justice people in high places who are protected by the government, the justice system, and the popular media.  Bill’s book review can be read at


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The Poisoned World



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C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

I recently had a provocative chelation test and was stunned at the results! I have toxic levels of Thallium, Barium. Bismuth. Cesium and Lead! For someone who has lived on a farm all but 22 years of my life, who has always eaten well, for someone who had 2 chelation’s in the late 70’s and 20 in the 90’s, I am indeed beyond stunned. If I have that many toxic metals, and of course this does not include many other toxins, such as Roundup® rained on us, the world is indeed a toxic DUMP!! It is a miracle that any of us is alive!! am starting on chelation immediately.


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More Random




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Please join me every Wednesday at 12pm CT on my Hay House radio program. 



Click on Listen Live Now. To call in and ask a question, call 1-866-254-1579. I would love to hear from you.

(Please note it is necessary to create a free Hay House account prior to your first time listening.)


Further note: Hay House Radio archives the weekly radio programs but Hay House requires a paid subscription to access the archives.


Growing Scrutiny for an Allergy Trigger Used in Personal Care Products


While some consumer products companies are removing the chemical,methylisothiazolinone, others are adding it to offerings including mouthwash.


Over 200 articles about the allergy problems with

methylisothiazolinone, one of over 500,000 toxic chemicals thrown into everything. If it causes allergies it causes inflammation/irritation.  And maybe in 20 or 50 years it will be known as another carcinogen.



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Dying is Weird




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Dying is Weird – A Journey of Enlightenment

Kathleen Westberg


All of us experience a variety of deaths-of pets, family, friends, and ultimately of ourselves. Fortunately at age 4 I knew that death Iinevitable and not to be feared. In one 18 month period in the late 80’s 22 of my family, friends and family members of close friends died. It was heavy, but, of course, the death of my beloved wife of 52 years was by far the greatest shock. If you have any unfinished business with death, I strongly recommend you read DYING IS WEIRD.



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Healing Oils



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It’s not good enough just TO exercise, take your vitamins, or eat at home now and then. Everything is so much juicer when you find the right formula for you to live your best and healthiest life possible!

So for a limited time, my friend Holli Smith, a woman on her path to better health, decided to put together a free video interview series for people who need alternative and safe options for healing the body, mind and spirit!


It’s called Oils for Healing summit . . . as I said… It is very unique.


For a limited time only, you can purchase the ENTIRE summit of 21 interviews for ONLY $57! The price will never be this low again so take advantage while you can. It is FREE to watch online but the interviews only stay active for 72 hours, then they are gone. UNLESS, you purchase them for your collection. Just click here to order. This special offer is only good until March 31st, so get it now!


If you order now, you will also receive 5 FREE videos from the original Oils For Healing summit AND a FREE consultation with Holli. Don’t miss it!


You’ve got to check it out. Click here to sign up for Oils for Healing summit and take back your vibrant health.




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A Synopsis of Documented Clinical and
Scientific Evidence That Life Is Never-Ending
by Mark Pitstick, MA, DC


Documented clinical and scientific evidence by respected physicians and university professors now clearly indicates that no one really dies. An afterlife exists for all or, more accurately, life is never-ending despite outward change. Many potential benefits -including personal and global transformation-accompany knowing this evidence.


Four categories of this evidence include:

1. Near-Death Experiences (NDEs): Tens of thousands of documented cases exist in which clinically dead persons accurately saw-while their eyes were closed and their bodies were in an ER or ICU-events that occurred around, outside, and even on top of the hospital. These cases are most impressive when they occur in blind persons and little children as reported by Raymond Moody, MD, PhD, Ken Ring, PhD, and a host of other researchers. Further, 16% of NDErs have experienced life-previews in which they saw future events over which they had no control. As reported by Bruce Greyson, MD, and others, their visions of the future were recorded by doctors and, over time, unfolded just as seen during the NDE. Finally, miraculous cures, such as that of Anita Moorjani, author of Dying To Be Me, have occurred during NDEs and have been confirmed by pre-and post-medical records.

2. Scientific Studies: Gary Schwartz, PhD-former Yale and Harvard professor, now at the University of Arizona-conducted repeated, double-blind, peer-reviewed, journal-published studies. His group of allegedly authentic mediums had an 87% success rate when psychically reading subjects they had no contact with. The control group had only a 23% success rate. The statistical probability of that difference occurring by chance is miniscule. Dr. Schwartz’s research has been closely monitored by other scientists, videographers, and magicians; none could find any flaws in his methodology.


Ian Stevenson, MD, chairman of the psychiatry department at the University of Virginia Medical School, researched the topic of children’s past life memories for sixty years. He and his research team substantiated over 3000 cases in which children from all continents accurately remembered a past life. Their memories were documented in a number of ways including one or more sets of birthmarks that correlated with death wounds in the previous time and place.


3. After-death Contacts (ADCs) have been experienced by over 75 million Americans: 25% of the general population, 66% of widows/widowers and 75% of bereaved parents.   ADCs involve perceiving, with the usual senses or more ethereal ones, departed loved ones and occur in the waking and dream states. In evidential ADCs, information or evidence was obtained that could not have been known unless, indeed, a deceased spirit was making contact. These have been reported by esteemed physicians such as Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, MD, and Carl Jung, MD.


4. Perinatal Experiences (PNEs)refer to awareness in the time period just before, during and after birth. Research by David Chamberlain, MD, Stan Grof, MD, David Cheek, MD, and others indicates that a wise and objective consciousness resides within the newborn baby. Further, PNEs point to a preexistence of awareness, a consciousness that predates human birth.


Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is a multi-author, chiropractic physician, clinical psychologist, frequent media guest, and lecturer who helps others know and show they are infinite and integral parts of life.

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More China Poison



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Tests show flooring from Lumber Liquidators contains hazardous levels of formaldehyde

Products from Chinese factories emit toxic gas in excess of 100 times CA standards.

Of course, some products in this country contain formaldehyde and I strongly recommend that you check any room with wood floors, a fireplace/wood stove,  carpets and upholstery materials which also contain formaldehyde, a frequent contributor to allergies and to cancer, especially myeloid leukemia. In general, made in China is the worst possible for anything! The time has come long ago to stop buying ANYTHING from China!!!!!


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Dumb, Stupid or Lying



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Dumb, Stupid or Lying?

C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

Many “establishment” scientist and physicians insist that supplements are useless– Despite significant evidence of benefits such as:

  • Low levels of vitamin C, beta carotene ad magnesium lead to hearing loss. Am J Nutr, 2014, 99: 148-155
  • Altura BM, et al. Magnesium deficiency and hypertension: Correlation between magnesium deficient diets and micro-circulatory changes in situ. Science. 223:1315, 1984.
  • Anand A. Role of magnesium in alleviating pain: newer insights. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management. 20(1):1-2, 2000 Jul.
  • De Valk HW. Magnesium in diabetes mellitus. Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 54(4):139-46, 1999 Apr.
  • Douban S. Brodsky MA. Whang DD. Whang R. Significance of magnesium in congestive heart failure. American Heart Journal. 132(3):664-71, 1996 Sep.
  • Eriksson J. Kohvakka A. Magnesium and ascorbic acid supplementation in diabetes mellitus. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism. 39(4):217-23, 1995
  • Mauskop A. Altura BM. Role of magnesium in the pathogenesis and treatment of migraines. Clinical Neuroscience. 5(1):24-7, 1998
  • Dixit S, Bernardo A, Walker JM, Kennard JA, Kim GY, Kessler ES, Harrison FE. Vitamin C deficiency in the brain impairs cognition, increases amyloid accumulation and deposition, and oxidative stress in APP/PSEN1 and normally-aging mice. ACS Chem Neurosci. 2015 Feb 2. [Epub ahead of print
  •  Omori K1, Hanayama Y2, Naruishi K1, Akiyama K3, Maeda H1, Otsuka F2, Takashiba S1.Gingival overgrowth caused by vitamin C deficiency associated with metabolic syndrome and severe periodontal infection. Clin Case Rep. 2014 Dec;2(6):286-95. doi: 10.1002/ccr3.114. Epub 2014 Sep 4.


AND D 3 is deficient in:

  • Asthma
  • Hypertension
  • Almost all cancers
  • Osteoporosis
  • Obesity
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Lupus
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Infections
  • Influenza
  • Renal failure
  • Diabetes, both Type I and Type II
  • Poor physical fitness 

    Benefits of D 3:

  • Improves energy and libido
  • Prevents flu and most infections
  • Essential to reverse osteoporosis
  • Improves health and helps recovery from most autoimmune diseases, diabetes, coronary disease, many cancers, and most illnesses.




Of course I would NOT buy supplements from GNC, Wal-Mart or Walgreen’s!

Dumb, Stupid, Lying-or all 3???




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