WND Exclusive – Hatred for Rush and leftists’ lack of decency

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

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Leftists proved once and for all what godless, unconscionable sub-humans they are.

The above statement used to be considered by many as hyperbole, but no more.

At the State of the Union (SOTU) speech, the Democrats and their mindless devotees showed the entire nation the true color of their collective soul, and it’s blacker than the darkest night.

Everyone on the left is whining that President Trump didn’t shake Speaker Pelosi’s hand prior to the SOTU. Well, first, neither did he shake Vice President Mike Pence’s hand. And second, watching the encounter, it’s likely the president didn’t even realize old Nancy extended her hand.

It’s not like the stunt Nancy pulled, tearing up the transcript of Trump’s SOTU speech, was payback for the non-handshake. It was planned ahead of time, and even calculated as to how many sheets of paper the old fossil could tear at a time. read more

An Off Switch for Type-2 Diabetes?

A new study from Yale University describes a novel way to intervene and apply the brakes to type-2 diabetes
A new study from Yale University describes a novel way to intervene and apply the brakes to type-2 diabetes

Scientists at Yale University investigating the mechanisms at play in type-2 diabetes have discovered a new way they may be able to apply the brakes to the condition. The breakthrough centers on a new understanding of how fasting can drive the onset of type-2 diabetes, which led the researchers to unearth a way of intervening and switching the process off. read more

Back Online!!

Sorry about that folks. My site kind of disappeared for a few days. The server went down. There was some sort of corruption on it or something.

Not being a tech guy (no-really?) I was literally helpless to do anything. I don’t do helpless real well.

But they worked their magic, and I’m good to go.

YAY!!

Thanks for your patience.

Cancer’s Genetic Secrets Revealed

An international consortium has published the results of a comprehensive study into the genome of cancer
An international consortium has published the results of a comprehensive study into the genome of cancer

Cancer is a hugely complicated disease, and understanding how it starts and how it can be treated requires an equally enormous effort from scientists. That effort is well underway with the Pan-Cancer Project, an international collaboration dedicated to analyzing thousands of whole cancer genomes. And now, the comprehensive results are being published in 23 separate papers, revealing new details about cancer’s causes and development, and how it can be classified, diagnosed and treated. read more

Video Podcast – Single Family Homes are Racist and cause Climate Change

by: Brent Smith

I haven’t talked about Climate change in a while. So what latest utterly stupid idea from the leftist warming-mongers?

Well, you’ll be happy to know that they’ve gotten more creative by combining climate change with racism.

Now all they need is to figure out a way to also incorporate illegal immigration and they’ll have the ridiculous 3! read more

My Thoughts on Rush Limbaugh

by: Brent Smith

As most have heard, Rush Limbaugh recently shared that he was diagnosed with Stage Four Lung Cancer. I, like many, still recall, the first time I heard Rush, the impact it had on me and the world of conservatism. read more

Glymphatic System May Hold Key to Stroke Recovery

Brain xray, human anatomy, 3D Illustrated neurons
Brain xray, human anatomy, 3D Illustrated neurons
Julien Tromeur

The swelling that can occur in the brain is a common and dangerous outcome of stroke, with the expansion of the organ often putting pressure on critical structures of the organ that can prove fatal. Understanding the mechanics of this process, known as cerebral edema, is pivotal to improving treatment options for stroke patients and scientists at the University of Rochester are reporting a significant breakthrough, discovering how the brain’s natural waste removal system can go rogue and essentially drown the organ in its own fluids.

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