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Stoner study: Regular marijuana use contributes to lack of motivation, foresight
Post Date: 2018-07-25 15:22:10 by Gatlin
Marijuana is arguably mainstream now, but frequent use has its drawbacks. According to an Australian study, marijuana is detrimental to long-term goal planning. Specifically, it affects episodic memory, which is the motor of episodic foresight, or the ability to time-travel into your future in your head and plan your goals. The studyavailable herecompared 57 pot smokers to 57 non-smokers in what the study called an Autobiographical Interview task. Every participant was asked to describe either an experience from their past or a possible scenario for their future based on a cue word. The frequent smokers, who smoked three or more times a week, found it more difficult to imagine ...
Hey, Tooconservative And Other Libertarians, Maybe Republicans Just Aren’t That Into Your Libertarianism [Appropriately Modified Title]
Post Date: 2018-06-28 22:50:40 by Gatlin
June 12 was not a good day for free-market constitutionalism in the modern GOP. Libertarian-leaning Republican congressman Mark Sanford got primaried in South Carolina last night by immigration hawk and late-breaking Donald Trump endorsee Katie Harrington, whose main line of attack on Sanford was that he was disloyal to Trump. But that was just one event in a day unusually swollen with reminders that the modern GOP at the national level is not welcoming to libertarian ideas. Take two issues that we've been banging on about at Reason for years: tariffs, and Congress's paralytic fear of doing even its minimal constitutional duty. In a remarkable speech yesterday, Sen. Bob Corker ...
Let’s Abandon The Term ‘Statist’
Post Date: 2018-06-28 22:11:01 by Gatlin
To put it lightly, the liberty movement isnt the most successful ideological movement in history. Sure, many people are being introduced to libertarianism on a daily basis. But were also losing quite a few to other ideological groups, including the alt-right. There are plenty of ways to fix that; the easiest being to abandon the term statist. As convenient as it is to refer to every single ideological opponent with a single word, the term has no other use besides insulting anyone that doesnt agree with you entirely on every issue. In several ways, the term does far more harm than good. Nobody identifies as a statist. At least, not since 1967. To give credit, ...
The best way to save the planet?
Post Date: 2018-06-09 12:53:05 by Willie Green
Drop meat and dairyWhether human beings survive this century and the next, whether other lifeforms can live alongside us: more than anything, this depends on the way we eat. We can cut our consumption of everything else almost to zero and still we will drive living systems to collapse, unless we change our diets. All the evidence now points in one direction: the crucial shift is from an animal- to a plant-based diet. A paper published last week in Science reveals that while some kinds of meat and dairy production are more damaging than others, all are more harmful to the living world than growing plant protein. It shows that animal farming takes up 83% of the worlds agricultural ...
GOP rule change could give Mitt Romney the boot (Former Utah Republican)
Post Date: 2018-02-27 22:51:36 by hondo68
File-Former Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney talks with CNN's Wolf Blitzer Wednesday, February 5, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY A new rule could kick out Mitt Romney and other candidates from their Utah Republican Party memberships. The Utah Republican Party is trying to decide who can be part of the organization. Under a new bylaw passed Saturday, Feb. 24, any Republican candidate who accepts signatures while on route to the primary election, will lose their party membership. Utahpolicy.com reports the central committee backed the change, while party chairman Rob Anderson opposed. The committee adopted one set of rules for the 1st and 2nd U.S House districts and a separate set of ...
MARIJUANA: WHY DANGEROUSLY POTENT POT IS MAKING PEOPLE LOSE THEIR MINDS AND MEMORIES
Post Date: 2017-11-04 03:56:55 by Gatlin
High-potency pot is causing psychiatric issues, including addiction and memory problems. New strains of the recreational drug have higher levels of the active chemical and not enough of another compound that keeps the drug safe. And as a new study this week documents, the riskiest pot is coming from the black market which could be an argument for expanding legalization. The new report, published this week by Manchester Metropolitan University in the U.K., tested 50 samples of cannabis in the city of Manchester. The study was conducted by Volteface, a London-based policy think tank seeking reform for marijuana laws to improve safety of the drug by making it legal, and thus limiting ...
Hugh Hefner died yesterday
Post Date: 2017-09-28 13:31:37 by rlk
Hugh Hefner died yesterday, about 60 years too late. Good riddance. Nothing follows.
America’s shockingly violent birth
Post Date: 2017-07-05 12:40:52 by Anthem
Hoock is, however, right to document the harrowing violence, often opportunistic and sadistic, that was fundamental to how both sides experienced Americas founding moment. The war caused proportionately more deaths from battle, captivity and disease than any war other than that of 1861-1865. The perhaps 37,000 deaths were about five times more per capita than America lost in World War II. Sixty thousand loyalists became refugees. The dislocated proportion of the American population exceeded that of the French in their revolution, Alan Taylor tells us in American Revolutions: A Continental History. The economic ...
For the First Time, Lawsuit Forces US Court to Review Fluoride Toxicity, Could END Fluoridation
Post Date: 2017-06-14 08:50:15 by Deckard
Despite the overwhelming mass of scientific literature and studies showing the harmful effects of ingesting fluoride, those who question it or advocate for the cessation of fluoridated water are labeled as kooks, conspiracy theorists, and shouted down by the mainstream. Even when the mainstream admits it as in the case of the highly publicized Harvard Study people remain in denial about this most horrific practice of mass medication without consent using the poisonous byproduct of fertilizer production. However, all that appears to be changing. For the first time in US history, the courts will hear the evidence on the neurotoxicity of fluoridated water which could out an end ...
Video: How Russia and Syria lied about the chemical weapons attack
Post Date: 2017-04-27 10:37:39 by Tooconservative
The day after the chemical weapons attack in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun, I wrote a post titled Surprise! Russia is lying about Syrian chemical weapon attack. My reaction at the time was mostly based on Russias previous behavior, i.e. lying about an airstrike on a relief convoy last year, lying about its involvement in Ukraine, etc. That coupled with the fact that Syria had used chemical weapons several times previous to the attack this month led me to believe Russia was once again lying to protect the Assad regime. Later, we learned that the U.S. military had information showing the jets used in the chemical attack had been launched from the Al Shayrat ...
White House Officials Misstate the Number of Chemical Attacks by Assad
Post Date: 2017-04-14 14:21:59 by Tooconservative
In the aftermath of the chemical weapons attacks in Idlib province and the subsequent response of cruise missile strikes on a Syrian airbase authorized by President Trump, both National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have asserted that the Syrian government has perpetrated in excess of 50 chemical weapons attacks going back to 2013. In September of that year, Bashar al-Assad struck a deal, with Russia's assistance, to rid Syria of chemical weapons to avoid air strikes threatened by then-President Obama. However, the actual number of confirmed chemical attacks by the regime appears to be significantly lower than McMaster and Tillerson claimed, and ...
Top Missile and Chemical Weapons Expert Debunks Trump’s Claims About Syrian Chemical Weapons
Post Date: 2017-04-14 10:11:33 by Deckard
The Trump administration claims that it has proof that the Syrian government dropped chemical weapons from an airplane on April 4th. But a top missile and chemical weapons expert told Washingtons Blog today that the weapon was not delivered by an airplane at all
Specifically, we called Dr. Theodore Postol, professor of science, technology, and national security policy at MIT. Postols main expertise is in ballistic missiles. He has a substantial background in air dispersal, including how toxic plumes move in the air. Postol has taught courses on weapons of mass destruction including chemical and biological threats at MIT. Before joining MIT, Postol ...
Trump's Mar-a-Lago kitchen is disgusting
Post Date: 2017-04-13 12:19:52 by Willie Green
Of course the kitchen at Mar-a-Lago is disgusting.As a businessman, President Donald Trump made his name by hawking products and services that sounded glitzy and fabulous but were actually very bad. (See: Trump University, Trump Steaks, Trump Airlines.) So it makes perfect sense that the restaurant at his so-called Winter White House is no different.The Miami Herald on Thursday published the most recent inspection reports from Mar-a-Lagos kitchen, which show 13 violations, including some that are just plain dangerous. Some highlights: ▪ Fish designed to be served raw or undercooked, the inspection report reads, had not undergone proper parasite destruction. Kitchen ...
Animal Control claims longtime family dog is wolf hybrid, won’t return him to owners
Post Date: 2017-03-14 19:15:03 by rlk
Aurora Animal Control claims longtime family dog is wolf hybrid, wont return him to owners Fox 31 Denver ^ | March 12, 2017 | Tammy Vigil The family's veterinarian also says the same thing. But Aurora Animal Control thinks Capone is a wolf-hybrid. "It's been real painful," 11-year-old Ciara Abbato said. "Our German shepherd, Capone, got out Feb. 24. He jumped the fence. Its the first time in the seven years weve lived here," said Capones owner, Tracy Abbato. Aurora Animal Control picked up Capone that day, but turned away his family when they tried taking him home. "They say he is a hybrid-wolf now and don't want to release ...
12 TSA Agents Just Indicted For Smuggling $100 Million Worth Of Cocaine (Homeland Security)
Post Date: 2017-02-16 15:00:56 by hondo68
Submitted by Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org, The Department of Justice announced Monday that 12 former and current TSA (Transportation Safety Administration) employees were indicted for smuggling 20 tons, or $100 million worth of cocaine out of Puerto Rico over the course of an 18-year operation. This is not the first time TSA agents have been caught running drugs or breaking other laws. According to a DOJ press release from the U.S. Attorneys Office for the District of Puerto Rico: During the course of the conspiracy, the defendants smuggled suitcases, each containing at least 8 to 15 kilograms of cocaine, through the TSA security system at the Luis Muñoz ...
REPORT: ANTI-TRUMP OPERATIVES POISON INSIDER ROGER STONE
Post Date: 2017-01-18 18:15:18 by randge
Roger Stone has sensationally claimed he was poisoned by political enemies who wanted to kill him before he could debunk their lie that he knew Russians would hack the US election. The longtime Trump supporter claimed to have been told by doctors that a mysterious and debilitating virus he was suddenly struck with in December was in fact polonium poisoning. At the time, Stone had just been accused by the Obama administration of having prior knowledge Vladimir Putin was planning to meddle in the election. He says the poisoning was an attempt to stop him from testifying at a Congressional Hearing where he claimed he could prove the accusation was a lie. I ...
Pentagon Vaccine for Religious Fundamentalists, sales pitch
Post Date: 2016-12-20 01:13:46 by hondo68
Video: Pentagon Launches Terrorist Vaccine A video of a top secret presentation at the Pentagon has come to light with details of a vaccine which was in development ten years ago to change the genetic make-up of a potential terrorist. The video shows a snippet of a longer presentation to Pentagon officials by a scientist who explains how it is possible to inject a vaccine into someone who has displayed terrorist tendencies on an MRI brain scan. The scientist explains how the vaccine can change the genetic structure of the identifiers terrorist and eradicate their desire to cause mayhem.With the debate raging globally about the potential harm and side-effects vaccines may cause in films like ...
Marijuana Victims' Association: Is Marijuana the New Thalidomide
Post Date: 2016-12-03 12:24:38 by Roscoe
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Aug. 4, 2016) - Phocomelia (limb malformation) has been shown in testing* of THC marijuana in a similar preclinical model to that which revealed the teratogenicity of thalidomide. The federal government is aware of serious marijuana harms; it must not be complicit in risking Canadian health, but must mitigate by placing marijuana products under a protective protocol similar to REVAID used for Thalidomide. As the stewards of the country's human and financial resources, it is critical that government protect the public from potential irreversible harm and itself from litigation. Marijuana harm is not only possible but probable. Click for Full ...
Heroin Is Like Licking The Breath Of God
Post Date: 2016-10-14 13:10:17 by Willie Green
There is nothing on this planet more euphoric than sticking a needle into my vein, watching the blood register like a snake slithering quietly before it strikes its prey, slowly pushing down on the plunger, feeling the warmth moving up into my shoulder, exploding into a head-to-toe rush the instant the white liquid hits my heart. Its without a doubt, a hundred times more exhilarating than that millisecond right before you explode in a massive orgasm. Im in love. Nothing can stop me from getting heroin. I will rob you. I will manipulate you. If my mouth is moving, I am lying. I dont care who you are or what kind of history we had together. You are nothing to me. Heroin is ...
PBS Frontline: Trump's Trigger Moment
Post Date: 2016-09-25 20:47:14 by hondo68
Inside the Night President Obama Took On Donald Trump | The Choice 2016 | FRONTLINE Donald Trump was the focus of President Obamas jokes at the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner. It was there that Trump resolved to run for president, adviser Roger Stone tells FRONTLINE in The Choice 2016, coming to PBS Sept. 27.
Giuliani to speak at GOP convention
Post Date: 2016-07-13 19:38:57 by hondo68
During the 2016 race, Rudy Giuliani has emerged as something of a surrogate for Trump. | Getty CLEVELAND Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani is expected to address the Republican National Convention perhaps as early as Monday, the opening night of the convention, according to two sources familiar with the plans. Giuliani came out in support of Trump in April, ahead of the New York primary, which Trump easily won. The former mayor has since emerged as something of a surrogate for Trump, recently defending the presumptive GOP nominee's controversial response to the Orlando mass shooting. During an appearance on Fox News in May, Trump said he was considering naming ...
Lawmakers Drink Raw Milk To Celebrate Its Legality, Become Immediately Sick
Post Date: 2016-06-03 09:41:21 by Gatlin
Raw milk is a controversial topic; the Food & Drug Administration contends that drinking unpasteurized milk is unnecessarily dangerous, and as a result it's banned in much of the country. Proponents claim that raw milk is healthier and sometimes just use it as a way to assert their right to eat or drink whatever they want. WSAZ, a local news affiliate in West Virginia, got a tip that might make legalizing raw milk just a little bit harder. Last week, West Virginia governor Earl Ray Tomblin signed into law a bill that makes it legal to drink (but not sell) raw milk throughout the state, despite pressures from the dairy industry and from the FDA, which actually testified that raw ...
Hate Crime Turns Out to Be Death by Marijuana
Post Date: 2016-05-23 07:36:54 by Gatlin
So marijuana is harmless and doesnt kill people? Consider the case of black Muslim teenager Hamza Warsame, who took a toke and plunged to his death. His friends from the hood blamed it on a non-existent white man who allegedly pushed the kid to his death. The headline in last Decembers New York Times story was certainly ominous: Assertions of Hate Crime in Seattle After a Somali-American Teenager Falls to His Death. The paper said, The death of the boy, Hamza Warsame, has prompted outrage among members of the Muslim community here, amid assertionsit is not clear from whomthat he was beaten and pushed to his death by a white man. Notice how a ...
Twelve of 20 drunkest American cities are in Wisconsin
Post Date: 2016-05-19 10:12:37 by Willie Green
Stand tall, Minnesotans, because apparently lots of people in Wisconsin cant. A new list of the Drunkest Cities in America puts a perhaps unwelcome spotlight on Wisconsin, which is home to 12 cities in the top 20, ranked by the highest rates of binge drinking in adults. The findings were compiled by online financial news outlet 24/7 Wall St. The group analyzed self-reported data from County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, a joint program with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Excessive drinking, concentration of bars and alcohol-related driving deaths all were contributing factors in determining ...
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