Blog Posts

Add Term Limits & Restrictions on Lobbying when Overturning Citizens United

The 22nd amendment to the Constitution restricted a president to a maximum of two terms.  That amendment should be revised or additional conditions should be included in the amendment for overturning of Citizens United to put restrictions on term limits on term limits and lobbying all areas of government. These term limits should be applied to … Continue reading Add Term Limits & Restrictions on Lobbying when Overturning Citizens United

Advice from the Heartland – July 31, 2019 Debate Analysis

The second debate featured a negative focus on Joe Biden that was often unwarranted.  The major players were Biden, Kamala Harris, and Corey Booker, but the people making the most significant points against Trump were the minor players that included Kirsten Gillibrand, Andrew Yang, Tulsi Gabbard, and Marianne Williamson.  The secondary players were focused on … Continue reading Advice from the Heartland – July 31, 2019 Debate Analysis

Advice from the Heartland – Presidential debate July 30, 2019

Position statement:  The United States is becoming a pariah around the world due to the leadership of the President, and the obvious corruption and moral degeneracy of key staff.  We need to remember the dreams of the founders to create liberty and justice for all.  The US government is being corrupted by the political decisions … Continue reading Advice from the Heartland – Presidential debate July 30, 2019

The Real Dangers from GMOs are not what You Might Expect

The introduction of artificial modification of organisms using gene alterations dates back to 1973.  Wikipedia provides the following information.  “The exact definition of a genetically modified organism and what constitutes genetic engineering varies, with the most common being an organism altered in a way that "does not occur naturally by mating and/or natural recombination". There has been a … Continue reading The Real Dangers from GMOs are not what You Might Expect

Power of One – Jerry Myers, Unusual Servant to the Once Untouchables

This is an article I wrote in 2011.  It recently popped up on my desktop, which I take as a direct visit from Jerry Myers.  It is fitting that this is republished as we approach the Stonewall Riots 50th anniversary.  Jerry is worth getting to know even though he is in Spirit. Jerry Myers was … Continue reading Power of One – Jerry Myers, Unusual Servant to the Once Untouchables

A Direct Treatment for Arteriosclerosis (Clogged Arteries)

  Arteriosclerosis is a major cause of heart attacks, blockage of blood flow to the brain and major organs, and reduced circulation in feet and hands that causes numbness and in extreme situations, amputations.  There are other conditions that are created by loss of blood flow from the clogged arteries. The most common approach to … Continue reading A Direct Treatment for Arteriosclerosis (Clogged Arteries)

Modifying the DEA Controlled Substance Schedules

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has established five categories of controlled drugs based upon the criteria defined below.   This article discusses the drugs listed in each category and suggests modifications to the lists to comply with the mission statement below. DEA statement on how drugs are classified is based on the following: “Substances are placed … Continue reading Modifying the DEA Controlled Substance Schedules

Surviving the use of Addicting Drugs?

This article was inspired by the second funeral that a family member attended for a former schoolmate.  The second death occurred after the person successfully completed rehabilitation, but then relapsed and died of a drug overdose after completing the rehabilitation period.  This article does not address rehabilitation.  It provides information on things to avoid if … Continue reading Surviving the use of Addicting Drugs?

Power of Ones – Cindy Nofziger & Friends – Schools for Salone – Sierra Leone

Mile 38 school has now opened Cindy Nofziger is the Executive Director of Schools for Salone.  She lives in Seattle but has ties to Sierra Leone.  Cindy was in the Peace Corps in Sierra Leone from 1985 to 1987 serving as a physical therapist at the Masanga Leprosy Hospital.  She returned to the US, but … Continue reading Power of Ones – Cindy Nofziger & Friends – Schools for Salone – Sierra Leone