For all you Star Wars addicts, here’s a great read about how it really came about. We think you’ll like it. “I would like to share with you my personal experience of collaborating for three days in the early 70’s with Marcia Lucas and a small team of Anthroposophy scholars […]
The VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) is known for its ‘Conservative’ viewpoint. Why are they supporting the legalization and decriminalization of Marijuana (killer weed)? “A group representing millions of U.S. military veterans has called on Congress to reclassify marijuana as a drug with potential medical value.” Read more… Related […]
Illegal drugs are filling up privately owned prisons, breeding criminal activity, corrupting the CIA, DEA and other government agencies, and turning America into a surveillance police state. Read more… Related Articles: Americans on Mind Bending Drugs Use of Psychedelic Drugs as Popular Now as in 1960’s Are […]
Government has made tobacco costs so high that a new cottage industry has been sparked, as more and more grow their own at home. “High cigarette taxes fuel a surging black market in smuggled cigarettes, notes Americans for Tax Reform’s Patrick Gleason in the Wall Street Journal.” Read more… […]
While many Baby Boomers are looking to create new sources of income, this one may have gone a bit too far. Read more… We’d love to hear your questions or comments below. Thank you. * * * * * Fair Use Notice: […]
As society demands instant solutions for every perceived problem, big-pharma has stepped up to the plate. Today, more than 70 million Americans are taking mind bending psychotropic prescription drugs. That’s huge, considering our entire population is 330 million. There is no doubt we’re under increasing stress at home and […]
Many Boomers remember from our misspent youth the problems drug use, addiction and overdose pose. While these issues remain prevalent among younger generations, our demographic surprisingly still shows a large percentage of users and addicts and it’s not just the recreational drugs of days gone by. The following article discusses […]
As discussed last week in Part 1 of this two part series, with the increase in Boomeritis, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury. Part two presents alternatives to old workout paradigms, how changing the rules (something we […]
With the increase in Boomeritis, what doctors are now using to define those of us ending up in the emergency room from exercise related injuries, it’s important to consider how do we get the exercise we need while minimizing the risks of injury . . .
Chronic pain is persistent, long-lasting discomfort that doesn’t resolve itself or respond to routine pain-relief methods. Clearly, despite their arsenal of elaborate and costly hi-tech medical procedures, doctors cannot diagnose how to stop this growing national health emergency.