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  1. Thought this pic was an appropriate addition to your thread Pitcher
  2. Thanks Pitcher for this post. Thanks jg1 for your excellent points. We have to remember, there are many politicians heavily invested in Pharma and to them, it is counter productive to think fair drug prices will become a reality. Between the pharma lobbyists and their bought and paid for politicians, we the people pay the highest price in this country for drugs, more than any other country. The US also consumes the largest percentage of drugs than any other country. In a way, pharma has conquered this country over the last 45 years and they are also the largest advertiser especially within all the media groups, Fox, CNN, etc. Just listen to all the side effects and one must wonder what the hell has happened to us and who would ever want to swallow some of these drugs? I am very glad the president is trying to counter this price gouging, but he is for the most part a lone voice within the wilderness on this issue. Too many making huge profits, while addiction and abuse continue to rise. Profits are good, but not when they are sought above the value of a persons life and well being. Research how many folks end up dead each year due to the side effects of pharmaceuticals, and then wonder why we as a nation tolerate this form of medical terrorism while certain folks reap whirlwind profits on their backsides. At some point, perhaps this market will correct itself and people will back away from willingly swallowing anything their doc gives them. Thanks again Pitcher, I enjoy your posts :)
  3. Thanks Indraman for this excellent and positive post! It is an excellent reminder that "we the people" CAN work together no matter the political beliefs, etc., and show mutual respect without bickering and labeling. The few who thrive on division will be left behind... Thanks much!
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    Looking for Gout info.

    http://www.health-science-spirit.com/borax.htm Boron will help... Read this info carefully wildeman. It has been a proven solution for many health related problems such as arthritis and gout issues. Pay attention to dosing... Remember to also supplement with at least 400 MG magnesium daily, and also Vitamin D3 of at least 2,000 - 5,000 IU daily if you do not get out in the sun very often. This all works together very well with Boron supplementation as explained in the article. Best wishes to you my friend.
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    Prayers for Patty Angel's Family

    All the best to you Patty, and peace to you and family.
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    How do we handle the dreamers ?

    Hi dinarham :) You did nothing wrong. This thread you started was just another example of a few trolls dragging it through the mud once they decided to turn on you, just as they do to a few others here. Unfortunately, a few here want to censor anything outside of their ability to discuss, the main reason a few even come here is to find anyone they can target and begin their display of pulling threads into the gutter while accusing others of whatever it takes to justify their behavior. Apparently they are very frustrated and they find it fun to hide behind their labels and beliefs as they violate those very things by how they treat anyone who they deem does not tow their line. It is just a game to them. Now that you have been labeled and have a taste of how a few operate here, it is a good thing, now you know how insecure some are, and those who need constant validation by their peers who join them. They make it a "left-right" issue...but the reality is some just enjoy hunting down those they judge as less than themselves to make them feel better about their narrow view of the world around them. The aim is to create their own safe space on the forum, tearing apart anyone who posts something that offends them. They will blame everyone else but themselves and their own tactics as to why so many have stopped posting. Many here are tired of their constant BS...and hypocritical actions. Think of it as this being a forum where the majority of folks are vegetarians...and there are a few folks who who enjoy a good steak and other meat. The majority will soon accuse the meat eater of being a murderer and how they are ruining the earth by their hunger for meat. They will claim meat causes cancer and is killing the earth, and those who eat it deserve to die. No feeling or empathy towards their target, only desire to see them gone, out of their haven, and will relentlessly attempt to put words into the mouths of their targets to justify their hatred. It is nothing more than that example...division is what some here thrive upon. It has little to do with politics, politics just provides a reason to attack.
  7. I didn't quote Jones, his name was part of the article posted. You should pay closer attention before reacting in your usual childish manner.
  8. Do you have proof it was Syria and Assad? Since 2013, the same accusations have been made, all found to be false, why is this any different? James Mattis admitted twice they had NO proof it was Assad that did this, he stated this just recently. How can anyone blindly cheer bombing a country based upon an accusation only? Are these Fox news hosts "libretards" too now because they dare question the President? Carlson, Ingraham? http://thehill.com/homenews/media/383147-conservatives-trump-supporters-slam-trump-over-syria-missile-strike "Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham both questioned Trump’s decision Friday to launch strikes in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack last weekend that the U.S. has attributed to the Syrian government. Carlson noted the move was inconsistent with the president’s message during his 2016 campaign, and Ingraham said she found that intervention in other countries could be risky, as shown in the Iraq War, according to the Daily Beast." Michael Savage, a prominent conservative radio host and author, tweeted that “sad warmongers hijacking our nation” following news of the strike. Infowars’s Alex Jones broke down in tears while speaking out against the military action. “If he had been a piece of crap from the beginning, it wouldn’t be so bad,” Jones said of Trump. “We’ve made so many sacrifices and now he’s crapping all over us. It makes me sick." Conservative commentator Ann Coulter also shared her opposition to the strike, retweeting a series of other conservative or right-wing figures who condemned the move and resurfacing Trump's own past tweets against military action in Syria. And far-right figures Mike Cernovich and Laura Loomer also ripped Trump over the military strike in Syria. These have been some of the presidents strongest supporters...should they be accused now of being "libretards"?
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    Missing Love One

    I'm thrilled she was found and safe Give her a hug from all of us Patty and also good to hear from you dear.
  10. Amazing what some get away with when the people feel threatened and demand "gun control". The cesspool will always oblige when it comes to disarming the public just as the public supported the 'patriot act' so they could feel safe. I am surprised at how many cheerleaders are saying nothing about something like this that throws due process to the road side, which means you will be treated like a "terrorist" first. Is that how the game is played? When a republican does this, everyone here shuts up or worse, make excuses as to why this is not a potential problem? If this thread began with a "democrat", (I use quotes around that word because in my opinion, BOTH parties = the same nonsense), it would have been about 5 pages by now with all the usual "they won't mess with my guns those demonic demonrats" mantra being thrown around. What a show. Really...think hard and long, AND sincerely about what this corrupt two party system has done to our country, and if anyone can still make excuses for anyone allowing it to get this far, then we really are screwed.
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    Asking for DV Prayer Warriors again

    Tankdude, I am so sorry to hear of this my friend and sending you best wishes for a speedy recovery for Mandy. It is exhausting watching someone struggling in this manner, especially someone you love and adore. I do understand that... Thank you for bringing this to the board, and for the opportunity to be united and focused upon seeing Mandy regain her strength and health.
  12. Hi Shabs Not deep, just something I can remember in my more militant christian days when I would have become angry that some infidel would dare question...until I questioned it all myself and realized I knew nothing, after 30 years of believing some things, teaching those things, and wanting everyone else to believe just like I did, too much no longer made sense. As mentioned, just food for thought, but sometimes thinking for ones self can be offensive to others. Hope you are doing well! I'm looking forward to spring, hopefully soon...
  13. Here is something to consider that most either ignore or deny, but still valid. Just food for thought, not meant to cause the typical outbursts... Some say "god is not allowed in schools, therefore bad things happen". Really? Is he allowed in a church? If so, then why is there child molestation and abuse that occur there? What happened to those who were murdered inside of their churches? There is little logic to the idea that school problems are because of a god not being allowed there... and it never answers the question by blaming a devil or any other so called causes of evil which really is just an excuse to relieve god of responsibility and blame either a devil or creation itself. Many years ago, I once thought I had the "answers" to much of life...until those answers no longer made sense and I realized it was denial to continue following my own cognitive dissonance. Treating others as one desires to be treated is still the universal principle of life, if humans ever pursued that, much could actually change within ALL of us. No religious belief is necessary to follow it. The "Epicurean paradox" or "Riddle of Epicurus" is a version of the problem of evil:
  14. Trump signs memo recommending AG Sessions ban bump stocks — devices that turn weapons into 'machine guns' President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he has recommended that "bump stocks," or devices used to make semi-automatic weapons capable of firing hundreds of rounds per minute, be banned. Trump said he has signed a memorandum recommending that Attorney General Jeff Sessions declare that bump stocks are illegal.... LINK
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