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Health Benefits Of “Moderate” Drinking Are A Myth

Drinking reasonable amounts of red wine and other alcohol for the health benefits has long been touted by wine aficionados and casual drinkers alike. But the widely reported and beloved tidbit of conventional pop science wisdom — moderate drinking is good for your health! — has always been less reliable than the rhetoric might have indicated, and new research is…

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Podesta Received $35 Million from Russia

  John Podesta Received $35 Million from Russia While Advising Clinton and Obama   Posted on May 21, 2017 by Pamela Geller   Freedom’s Phoenix May 22, 2017   JOHN PODESTA, FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON’S 2016 NATIONAL CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN, MAY HAVE VIOLATED FEDERAL LAW BY FAILING TO DISCLOSE THE RECEIPT OF 75,000 SHARES OF STOCK FROM A KREMLIN-FINANCED COMPANY WHEN HE…

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National Park Service Tries to Stifle Evidence Of Young Earth, Bans Creationist Scientist From Studying The Grand Canyon

A geologist is suing the National Park Service and its operations at Grand Canyon National Park because officials there refused him permission to do ordinary research due to his “Christian faith and scientific viewpoints informed by his Christian faith.” AIG said in a statement: “Apparently, Dr. Snelling’s most recent research project on behalf of a high-profile group (AiG) was deemed a threat…

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Scientists Grow Beating Hearts

Beating Hearts from stem cells Scientists can now grow a beating human heart from stem cells 01-11-2017 • https://www.indy100.com, by Louis Doré A team of scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School have used adult skin cells to regenerate functional human heart tissue. The study, published in the journal Circulation Research, detailed that the team took adult skin cells, using…

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Journalists Drink Too Much, Are Dumber Than Average, Study Finds

A recent scientific study just proved something that viewers of CNN have probably suspected for years: Journalists’ brains function at a lower level than the rest of the population. A study conducted by neuroscientist Tara Swift and the London Press Club determined that “the highest functions of journalists brains were operating at a lower level than the average population, due…

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How did Russiagate start?

James Clapper From Freedom’s Phoenix May 18, 2017   Amid the chaos of James Comey’s firing, new questions about the timeline of his fateful investigation   Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper appeared on This Week Sunday, and said some head-scratching things. Clapper back in March told Meet the Press that when he issued a January 6th multiagency intelligence community assessment about Russian interference in…

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City government refuses to return guns to burglary victim after thieves stole them

  Fear and loathing of the Second Amendment is alive and well in many of America’s largest cities, most of which are run by far-Left authoritarian Democrats who only believe in and support the parts of the Constitution that serve their needs, interests and political objectives. As reported by Courthouse News Service, a security guard in Cleveland is having trouble…

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