Daily Archives: April 24, 2016

Being a Leftist means …

… never having to trouble your little grey cells with facts.

1970 Life mag

Also, Leftists tried to suppress study results because they show that fracking is “a safe source of jobs, prosperity and low-cost energy.” They find this result “disappointing.” That says a lot about the Left, no?

“Geologists at the University of Cincinnati just wrapped up a three-year investigation of hydraulic fracturing and its impact on local water supplies.

“The result? There’s no evidence—zero, zilch, nada—that fracking contaminates drinking water. Researchers hoped to keep these findings secret.

“Why would a public research university boasting a top-100 geology program deliberately hide its work? Because, as lead researcher Amy Townsend-Small explained, ‘our funders, the groups that had given us funding in the past, were a little disappointed in our results. They feel that fracking is scary and so they were hoping our data could point to a reason to ban it’.”

Surprisingly, this story made it into Newsweek.

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Gender Bending: It’s About Hating God

Gender bending

Pope Benedict XVI called gender bending “a profound falsehood.”

Austrian Bishop Andreas Laun reports that, in a personal conversation with him, Pope Francis called gender bending “demonic.”

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Filed under Christianity, Pope Benedict, Pope Francis

Paying attention to pH

When I first encountered the idea that body pH was important to health, it made total sense to me. I have been keeping tropical fish for many years and, as all enthusiasts know, maintaining the right* pH in the tank is critical to keeping the fish healthy. Organic waste is acidifying, so as the fish eat, pee, and poo, the water becomes increasingly acidic. Timely water changes are a must for success.

Other things I’ve picked up along the way …

  • A healthy human body is slightly alkaline.
  • Diseases thrive in an acid environment, including diabetes, cancer, arteriosclerosis, and chronic fatigue.
  • Minerals buffer pH, which suggests to me that acidity also causes bone loss.
  • The more acidic my pH is, the higher my pain levels are.

Dearest and I have been working for a long time now to shift our diets to the right on this chart. It gets easier the longer we stick with it, because the foods one eats seem to become the foods one prefers. Plus, the personal connection I have made between pain and pH has been a huge incentive for me to eliminate coffee and only take OTC meds when I can’t get my symptom level low enough naturally** to get a decent night’s sleep.

Acid Alkaline foods chart

I’m going to try this recipe tomorrow. It looks yummy and we have all the ingredients on hand.


*Fish tank pH: Each species of fish has its preferred pH, based on where it comes from in the wild. It’s important to choose fish that are not only compatible socially, but that also need the same pH. The simplest and cheapest thing is to stock only those fish that thrive in the pH that comes out of your tap. A pH test kit costs less than $10. If you want a happy, healthy, beautiful tank, you should test the tank pH often enough to learn how much and how often to do water changes.

**Naturally: I use stuff like prayer and meditation, light exercise (mostly stretching to relieve muscle cramping from pain), epsom salt foot soaks, magnesium oil and essential oil massage, essential oil diffusion, supplements (herbs, vitamins, mineral), and some tonics I mix up myself that I’ve found helpful.

Achieving Alkalinity to Treat Illness and Disease: Changing Your PH Balance

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Constitutional Hypocrisy

The Left only cites the Constitution when it suits them.  Otherwise, they consider it out-dated and deeply flawed.  Plus, the right to life, religious liberty, and private gun ownership are specifically and clearly stated in the Constitution, whereas the alleged right to murder unborn humans is found in the “penumbra” of the right to privacy.  Pft.  [Penumbra: The partly shadowed area between what is clearly seen and what is too dark to see.  Used particularly when describing a lunar eclipse.]

ABORTION constitutional hypocrisy

Leftists also say quite often that “nobody is pro-abortion.”  Doublt pft.  The photo is of a pro-abortion display put together by the campus atheist club last week at the University of North Georgia. It featured cookies shaped like fetuses. The person who took the pictures said pro-abortion folks were laughing as they broke the heads off the cookies.

College students eat baby cookies to celebrate abortion

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