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 on: August 15, 2018, 02:28:10 pm 
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Libertarian Candidate for NH Senate Responses to Surveys from Cannabis & Anti-Abortion Groups

Senate District 10 Libertarian Candidate Endorsed By NH Liberty Alliance!

2018 Candidate Spotlight: Ian Freeman, Libertarian Candidate for NH Senate District 10

See some of the latest FSP news on Facebook

Libertarian Gubernatorial Hopefuls say N.H. Should Reject Millions for Opioid Crisis

With Hate Crime Assault Case, AG’s New Civil Rights Unit Takes Center Stage [Actually, hate crimes and love crimes have equal rights]

Fearing 'Bad Blood' in Primary, N.H. Democratic Leaders Tell Candidates to Play Nice

Fish & Game May Face Lawsuit Over Water Pollution From Largest State Hatchery

The ACLU Launches A New Immigration Project In N.H. [Include emigration too please]

Building Girls Up With Power Tools

Trump Commission Did Not Find Widespread Voter Fraud [probably didn't check hackability of voting machines]

N.H. State Prison for Men Meets Federal Audit Standards [What about outdated abuse standards?]

Forum On Diversity In New Hampshire Sparks Angry Response, Threats To Attendees

Dartmouth Grads Hope Startup Will Help Bridge Political Divide

For an Authentic American Experience, Chinese Kids Spend Summer in a Small N.H. Town

State Environmental Officials to Discuss Air Monitoring Efforts in Keene

After Years of Debate, Construction to Begin on Antrim Wind Project

If You’re Lost In The Mountains, Your Cell Phone Could Help Save You

Woman in Wheelchair Crossing Street Killed in Lancaster

Radio Field Trip: Ziplining in the Lakes Region

N.H.’s First Net-Zero Multi-Family Housing Project Also Aims for Affordability

State, Feds At Odds Over Prescription Drug Data Request

Manchester Police Officers Sue State, Gun Shop Over Shooting

Why Two Manchester Police Officers Are Suing A Derry Gun Shop

5 Things (Plus) To Do This Weekend in New Hampshire

Amid Trade Dispute, New England And Canadian Leaders to Meet in Vermont

UNH Study Highlights Colleges' Understanding Of Sexual Assault Reporting Rules

Father of Toddler Killed in 2015 Sues N.H. DCYF

Seeking Energy Savings, New England Governors Call for Mix of Fuel Options, Efficiency

At Coakley Landfill Superfund Site, Government Assurances Meet Public Fear

Why Doesn't New Hampshire Have a Bottle Deposit Law?

Federal Judge Strikes Down N.H.'s 'Signature Mismatch' Absentee Voting Law

'North Woods Law: New Hampshire' TV Show Returns

Remembering CopBlock

 on: August 15, 2018, 12:41:35 pm 
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Ian | Free Keene

Libertarian: I was banned for life from Twitter

Libertarianism Conservatism Debate

Fascism | Libertarian News

State of the Libertarian Union Talk Show

Matt Welch Interviews Zach Weismueller, Libertarian State Rep

Ron Paul: Books, Economics, Federal Reserve, Free Trade

The Libertarian Angle: College Socialism

Two Libertarians Debate Whether People Should Vote

Tom Woods, Matt Welch, and Michael Malice Discuss

A Libertarian Theory of Contract

2018 Candidate Spotlight: Ian Freeman, Libertarian Candidate for NH

Charles Murray - What It Means To Be A Libertarian

We Are Libertarians

Path to Libertarianism

Young Americans for Liberty - Rand Paul on a libertarian society

Max Justice: Libertarian Superhero

Was Frederick Douglass a Libertarian?

Cato University 2018: Libertarian Conceptions of Order [Cato is tool of Plutocrats]


What a Libertarian is and the use of force

Arguments Against Anarchism (2018) [Using the term Anarchism is like the term Satanism, makes no sense to scare people away]

Libertarian gubernatorial candidates hope to break 'two-party monopoly'

Amid Alex Jones Controversy, Ron Paul Accuses Twitter, Facebook

Are you a Libertarian and just don't know it? Take this test

 on: August 15, 2018, 12:09:20 pm 
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A new complex network-based approach to topic modeling

Memory-processing unit could bring memristors to the masses

Research identifies key weakness in modern computer vision systems

A model-free deep reinforcement learning approach to tackle neural control problems

Alternative to blurring faces on news shows for anonymity

New tool helps users decide which countries their internet traffic transits

YourPhone app for Windows 10 phone-PC sync treat coming

Facebook patent reveals plans to use 'Emotion Detection' to spy on users

City of Rome begins switch to open source office default

How a computer learns to simulate

Big Data Analytics to automatically detect events in smart cities

Researchers find flaw in WhatsApp

Evaluating creativity in computational co-creative systems

New modeling mechanism could change the way we view social networks

Researchers help close security hole in popular encryption software

A new defensive technique could hold off attackers by making software buggier

Make Slow Computer Like New Again with Xtra PC

Mobile Screen Cast lets you cast everything on your smartphone directly to your TV

VIZR turns your smartphone into a heads up traffic display on your dashboard

The newest security flaw with Intel processors

Japan website offers anonymity for variety of grievances

Google developing censor-friendly search engine for China

Broadband internet causes sleep deprivation

Googlers bristle at censoring search for China

Facebook's revelations: Real change or window dressing?

Bangladesh shuts down mobile internet to tackle teen protests

Twitter chief defends not booting Infowars

How will AI change us? [It's just computer programming; we already have that]

Turning your health data into a "wellness score" might not be good for you

Digital gig economy is bad for your wellbeing

How new fathers use social media to make sense of their roles

When moral outrage goes viral, it can come across as bullying

Gender differences at work: Relishing competence or seeking a challenge?

How 'story maps' redraw the world using people's real-life experiences

How young people choose their news impacts how they participate in politics

How to find and delete where Google knows you've been

Is social media making us less civil?

Ten reasons teachers can struggle to use technology in the classroom

Password managers vulnerable to insider hacking

 on: August 15, 2018, 10:02:43 am 
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Having more kids shortens lifespan of women

New investigation cites the US as the worst place in the world to give birth: 50,000 women are "severely injured" and roughly 700 die during childbirth each year

Mast cell disease & vaccination: Is there increased risk?

Researchers develop novel clip-on device for smartphones to analyse sperm

Natural silica-based pesticide protects crops in storage and can eliminate toxic phosphine

Genetics technology could lead to more crops, fresher food

The growing epidemic of liver damage and how to keep yours healthy

40% of Russians know that vegetarian diet is unhealthy

Parents who are addicted to their phones affect their children's development

Vegans and vegetarians may think they're 'eating healthy' but lack of B-12 is taking its toll

Italy: Senate overturns mandatory vaccination law, prepares 'freedom of choice' option

The rise of rogue food [healthy and unregulated]

Mobile phone industry fights to keep us ignorant of health risks

Blue light emitted from smartphones and laptop screens accelerates blindness

Today's M.D.s get virtually zero nutrition instruction in medical school

For big pharma, the perfect patient is wealthy, permanently ill and a daily pill-popper

New paradigms in addiction therapy

One man's suffering exposed Monsanto's secrets to the world

US invaded by savage tick that sucks animals dry, can spread diseases and spawns without mating

Mercury fillings, the EU and US FDA: One protects consumers and the other ignores them

Plan and Plant Your Fall Garden Now

What Happens to Your Body When You Use Medical Marijuana?

Organic Egg Farmer Wages War on 'Health' Agency

The Organic Corporate Takeover

How Factory Farms Pump, Poison and Pollute the Earth

Ultra-processed foods are contributing to expanding waistlines and the growing number suffering from poor health

 on: August 15, 2018, 09:06:16 am 
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What We Weren't Taught About Washington, D.C.

Historical Outline of Shadow Govt


U.S. the Worst Place in the Developed World to Give Birth, USA Today Investigation
By Andrea Germanos

A new USA Today investigation offers a searing indictment of maternal care in the United States, and says the country “is the most dangerous place in the developed world to give birth.”

“Deadly Deliveries,” the result of a four-year investigation, references federal data showing that more than 50,000 women are “severely injured” and roughly 700 die during childbirth each year. Perhaps even more staggering is that “half of these deaths could be prevented and half the injuries reduced or eliminated with better care,” the investigation found.

The findings, based on interviews with women and a trove of internal hospital records, “reveal a stunning lack of attention to safety recommendations and widespread failure to protect new mothers.”

Such failures often stem from inadequate or delayed responses to hemorrhages and dangerously high blood pressure.

A disturbing trend noted in the report: from 1990 to 2015, in most developed nations the number of maternal deaths per 100,000 births was steady or dropped. Not so in the U.S., where the figure soared. In Germany, France, Japan, England, and Canada the number had fallen to below 10 in the time frame. In the U.S., meanwhile, the figured soared to 26.4.

California, though, is an exception. The state’s maternal death rate fell by half—a drop attributed to it adopting “the gold standard” of safety measures.

Looking at the overall picture in the U.S., though, “it’s a failure at all levels, at national organization levels and at the local hospital leadership levels as well,” Dr. Steven Clark, a leading childbirth safety expert and a professor at Baylor College of Medicine, said to USA Today.

One of the investigative reporters, Alison Young, talked with “CBS This Morning” about the report. The investigation follows a related analysis out late last year by ProPublica. Affirming previous studies, its analysis found “that women who hemorrhage at disproportionately black-serving hospitals are far more likely to wind up with severe complications, from hysterectomies, which are more directly related to hemorrhage, to pulmonary embolisms, which can be indirectly related. When we looked at data for only the most healthy women, and for white women at black-serving hospitals, the pattern persisted.”

 on: August 12, 2018, 03:59:13 pm 
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Facebook asks big banks to share customer details

Holding law enforcement accountable for electronic surveillance

Tech totalitarianism: Facebook deletes InfoWars pages

Primary one children in Scotland will be told 'your gender is what you decide'

Voters reject Missouri right-to-work law

Preferred pronoun usage in college faces legal challenges

US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning claims

Man arrested at 'extremist Muslim' New Mexico compound was training kids to commit school shootings

Nearly 10K people have gotten cancer from toxic 9/11 dust

Male, pale and stale university professors to be given 'reverse mentors'

Police block public from entering Metro station where Unite the Right attendees are gathering

Homebase to review sale of Monsanto weedkiller after US cancer verdict

Decision to bring White Helmets to Canada dangerous and criminal

What it's like when people come to for the first time

U.S. Has 3.5 Million More Registered Voters Than Live Adults

ABC Stages Fake Scene With Actors Harassing Leftist At Restaurant To Portray Libs As Victims

BitChute No Censorship Is Freedom of Speech

Italy Support for Salvini Skyrockets as African Invasion Drops over 95%

British cafe branded 'racist' over miniature British flags served with food

FBI stalled on entering New Mexico jihad compound until finally local cops went in on their own

Remember Hillary's alt-right speech?

The major social platforms are showing a significant slowdown in users

Australians Told to Lock Doors as Gangs of African youths Rampage in Melbourne

You'll Need To Re-Use That Cotton Shopping Bag 7,100 Times For It To Make Environmental Sense

Audience Gives DSouza Film 90% Rating - Rotten Tomatoes Shows 0% for Same Film

End of 1982 Consent Decree: GOP finally can contest vote fraud after 36 years

The Infowars Facebook Ban Was the Result of Brigading and Zuckerbergs own Personal Decision

Trump Alleges FBI, DOJ 'Had a Program' to Prevent His Presidency

Louisiana teacher arrested for questioning superintendent's raise

TWITTER Bans Conservative Gavin McInnes but David Duke, Hamas, Antifa, Farrakhan, Islamists and Black Lives Matter Hate Groups Still Have Accounts

Star Wars Dies Quietly As Fans Move On

Global Human Trafficking Now a $32 Billion Industry

How many of my fellow Russian Bots are here sowing discord and spouting race realism?

CIS: 51% of immigrants in US on welfare

"DIRTY JOBS" HOST MIKE ROWE Absolutely Destroys Guy Who Called Him A White Nationalist

Wars Should Require Popular Vote. Anyone Who Votes War Must Serve In Combat (Including Women)

Tensions Flare as Hackers Root Out Flaws in Voting Machines

Trans Women Should NOT Be Allowed To Fight Women in MMA

VIDEO Shows Democrat Party Deputy Chair Keith Ellison Physically Abusing Woman

Infowars Website Traffic Explodes After Silicon Valley Blacklists Alex Jones' [CIA] Empire

 on: August 12, 2018, 03:28:12 pm 
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A false defense of income inequality

Mexican immigrants seeking asylum

The fake “debt time-bomb,” still ticking after 78 years

How an ancient stone money system works like cryptocurrency

Ohio ‘earthworks’ sites seen as economic generator

Conflict reigns over the history and origins of money

Who cares? New technology helps answer a big question about big data for educators

Tesla, others help Puerto Ricans go solar amid power turmoil

When it comes to decisions, breaking up is hard to do

Consumers trust supermarkets more than online giants

Big changes at economic census will provide new insights into US economy

Smart gardens to help save Earth's soil

What's really driving the future of retail?

$2.99 or $3.00? Will the difference of a penny get you to the checkout counter?

Student loans hamper wealth accumulation among black, Hispanic adults

Clothing rental could be the key to a stylishly sustainable fashion industry

Innovation and speculation drive stock market bubble activity

Aluminum tariffs tap out Canada craft brewers

Handshake makes for better deals in business

Men are still more likely than women to be perceived as leaders

The circular economy – a solution to the world's water crises?

Protected areas could help boost Brazil's national economy

How business cycles damage learning

New law may force small businesses to reveal data practices

 on: August 12, 2018, 11:38:21 am 
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What the Standardized Tests Reveal About our Homeschooling

Chess and Emotional Learning Leaps

Eclectic Unschooling with Pickles and Tickles

How Unschooling Grows

Three Conquered the Cliff!

What led us here?

Why we home educate in the holidays

On Fire! Philippine Homeschool Convention 2018

Unschooling? I’m UnMomming

Reflections on a Nomadic Unschooling Life

Andre Stern ‘The Power of enthusiasm’ (Unschooling)

The Honest Homeschooler - Embracing the chaos of curiosity and creativity in homeschooling - Curriculum

Discussing the Coppers (What Unschoolers Do Instead of School)

Homeschool Curriculum for your Family

Blurring the line between school and prison

How to Self-Direct When Stuck in Conventional School

Self-directed learners are natural scientists

How I learned that my kids are different

 on: August 12, 2018, 10:26:46 am 
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Smart wristband with link to smartphones could monitor health, environmental exposures

Engineers teach a drone to herd birds away from airports autonomously

Scientists create biodegradable, paper-based biobatteries

Robots are getting more social. Are humans ready? [Talking to a robot's like talking to a wall]

Cloth that has electronic devices built in

A new triboelectric auditory sensor

New efficiency record for organic photovoltaic cells

Ultimate Car Safety Tool for Accidents

FIXD to instantly diagnose any car problems, so mechanics can't scam you

Night Guide HD improves visibility driving at night or in rainy or snowy conditions

Free Network Cable with SkylinkTV

Instantly Back Up All Your Videos & Photos

Selfie Drone 720X


Unknown mineral discovered inside meteorite

"Extraordinary" electromagnetic waves spotted coming out of Jupiter's moon Ganymede

Study on spectacular space storms shows geomagnetic threat occurs before auroras

How did the Aboriginal people first arrive in Australia?

Researchers find sound waves a source of strange 'negative' gravity

New Horizons spacecraft spots wall of hydrogen near edge of Solar System

40,000 year old exquisitely preserved foal unearthed from permafrost in Siberia

Another blow for the dark matter interpretation of the galactic centre excess

NASA's Planet-hunting TESS caught a comet before starting operation

Organic makeup of ancient meteorites sheds light on early Solar System

Hole in ionosphere is caused by sudden stratospheric warming

Short orbital-period binary star detected at the heart of the planetary nebula M 3-1

Astronomers report the most distant radio galaxy ever discovered

Impact of a stellar intruder on our solar system

Study helps solve mystery under Jupiter's coloured bands

Pairs of small colliding galaxies may seed future stars

Astrophysicists discover that ultrahot planets have starlike atmospheres [what, plasma?]

Satellite measurements of the Earth's magnetosphere promise better space weather forecasts

First coronal mass ejection from a star other than the sun

Students digging into data archive spot mysterious X-ray source

Researchers spot an inside-out planetary nebula

Two Examples of Ancient Abrupt Climate Change

NEWS: Ancient Maya Civilisation Destroyed by Massive Drought

Sumerians, Anunnaki and Nibiru: The Truth

Second Sphinx Found in Egypt? NO!

Exploring the Landscapes of Catastrophe Pt2: Ice Age MEGA-FLOODS

The Great Pyramid Decoded. Part 1

The Great Pyramid Decoded. Part 2

The Great Pyramid Decoded - Part 3

The Comet Venus and Its Missing Craters

Event of the Younger Dryas

 on: August 06, 2018, 07:01:00 am 
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_Vitamin C in the treatment and/or prevention of obesity [This is quoting a scientific study]
_Obesity has emerged as one of the major health threats worldwide. Moreover, an excessive body fat accumulation, which defines this disease, could lead to several associated clinical manifestations such as cardiovascular events, type 2 diabetes, inflammation, and some types of cancer. The appearance of these co-morbidities has been often related to an unbalanced oxidative stress. Therefore, antioxidant-based treatments could be considered as interesting approaches to possibly counteract obesity fat accumulation complications. In this context, it has been observed that vitamin C intake (ascorbic acid) is negatively associated with the occurrence of several conditions such as hypertension, gallbladder disease, stroke, cancers, and atherosclerosis, and also with the onset of obesity in humans and animals. Among the possible beneficial effects of ascorbic acid on obesity-related mechanisms, it has been suggested that this vitamin may: (a) modulate adipocyte lipolysis [fatcells burning]; (b) regulate the glucocorticoid release from adrenal glands; (c) inhibit glucose metabolism and leptin secretion on isolated adipocytes [fatcells]; (d) lead to an improvement in hyperglycemia and decrease glycosylation in obese-diabetic models; and (e) reduce the inflammatory response. Possibly, all these features could be related with the outstanding antioxidant characteristics of this vitamin. Thus, the present article reviews the up-to-date evidence regarding in vitro and in vivo effects of vitamin C in obesity and its co-morbidities.

_Belly fat
_For body fat caused by cortisol [due to stress] I recommend adaptogenic herbs, vitamin C and pantothenic acid rich foods to build up the adrenal glands. For herbs I recommend schisandra berry, ashwagandha, amla, and nettle leaf. For foods I recommend watercress, rice bran, and nutritional yeast. Several of these herbs also promote the burning of body fat and support the thyroid.

_In this study a drug was used to induce damage to the hypothalamus gland [where the leptin center is] resulting in obesity. Pantethine helped offset the problems that were induced, resulting in lower food intake, less weight gain, better insulin and glucose levels, lower triglycerides, lower cholesterol, and improved activation of lipoprotein lipase in white adipose tissue. Pantethine is a potent nutrient to help maintain healthy fat burning and thus better leptin function.

Weight Loss Special PART 2 : James Sloane, estrogen, fat, & what to do

_Ancient Chinese white tea may fight obesity [by preventing formation of new fat cells]

_Ancient Chinese white tea may fight obesity
By Peter Foster in Beijing 11:43AM BST 01 May 2009
_White tea has previously been linked to the creation of stronger bones, lowering blood pressure and reducing the risk of some cancers. The new research, published in the journal Nutrition and Metabolism and was conducted by the German health foods company Beiersdorf AG, now claims that anti-fat properties can be added to that list. ... "We've shown that white tea may be an ideal natural source of slimming substances". Scientists tested extracts of white tea on laboratory-grown human fat cells or 'adipocytes' and found fat levels were reduced.
_[These are links to order Chinese white tea online:]

_Meat & Dairy
_Estrogens are given to farm animals to fatten them up and increase milk production. When we consume these meats and dairy we ingest these hormones. [Great Valu milk from Walmart is said to not have those hormones, but most cow meats have them.] These estrogens in turn cause problems such as cancers, weight gain, thyroid dysfunction, blood clots, etc. These are all well known side effects of estrogens.

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