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Voting Record for the Civil Rights Act House of Representatives: Democrats for: 152 Democrats against: 96 Republicans for: 138 Republicans against: 34 Senate: Democrats for: 46 Democrats against: 21 Republicans for: 27 Republicans against: 6 Hardly an endorsement for the Democrats being united in striving to abolish segregation and definitely no indictment indicating that Republicans were against abolishing segregation. Of course, you will continue to wonder while ignoring the facts.
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The Assault on Food

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 12:58 PM
Can anyone suggest a good source to purchase whole milk? I don't have the option for getting raw milk.
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The Assault on Food

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 12:53 PM
The only point I was trying to make is one that has already been "proven" with our overuse of antibiotics, and that is a limited exposure to what are normally considered toxins and contaminants is necessary for the human body to build immunities.
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Lie, Cheat, Steal: Save the Planet!

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 12:49 PM
...and while we shutter all coal plants in the United States to waste our resources on the failed not-green technology known as wind energy, our number one import to China is the coal we are no longer burning in our plants...plants which burn coal far cleaner than any in the world. Clean burning coal is far more of a reality than the alleged green wind energy. Burning coal kills fewer endangered birds than windmills in America.
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Obama's Tainted Bundler

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:10 AM
Do as I say, not as I do.... Leftist Mantra (Please don't dignify leftists with the word Liberal)
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The Assault on Food

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:10 AM
Flour and sugar have been staples for centuries. Man has no problem digesting grains when included in a diet with cheese, milk, vegetables, and other natural foods. Of course, I am suggesting unbleached flour and cane sugar, not anything processed. Sugar is only a problem when over-consumed.
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The Dark Side of Earth Day

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:03 AM
I share my birthday with Lenin? Fascinating.
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The Assault on Food

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 10:52 AM
Be fair, I said someone, not necessarily mom. I am a modern man. If the wife can make more money than the husband, she can be the breadwinner. Having one parent stay at home to keep the house is usually worth $100,000+ as well.
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Lie, Cheat, Steal: Save the Planet!

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 10:49 AM
So, let me get this straight... The earth's climate is getting warmer solely due to man-made greenhouse gases? So, to save the Earth, the United States needs to agree to be one of the only countries to stop any activities that can be contributing to this alleged man-made disaster and make substantial contributions to the personal wealth of third world dictators while not expecting any return on investments in any loans made to companies promising to deliver green technology. Meanwhile, allowing Al Gore and several other prominent AGW experts the opportunity to make billions of dollars requiring the trading of carbon credits so they can purchase properties that their own theories state will be under water within a few decades. Really?
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The Assault on Food

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 10:31 AM
The Real Food Danger All of this discussion is missing the real food danger facing America - Processed foods. Back when we ate foods that were made from scratch (Pasteurized or not), we were a leaner and healthier nation. When we started eating packaged convenience food with modified starches and high fructose corn syrup, we had an explosion of obesity and other ailments. The real path to getting America healthy would be to get someone in the family back in the kitchen to prepare real meals from base ingredients like flour, sugar, whole milk, fruits and vegetables, meat with some fat, and such, and then for the family to get back to the table and eat dinner while talking and interacting.
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The Assault on Food

Deornwulf Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 10:25 AM
Regarding water - There is an interesting story of two towns who relied upon the same water source for drinking water. One town became highly concerned with the levels of arsenic in the water so they invested heavily in a purification system that would take all of the arsenic out of the water. The second town didn't have the interest or money for such a system so the children of the second town grew up drinking water with trace levels of arsenic. A few decades later, a trend developed between the two towns. One had a much higher rate of children developing asthma and other respiratory ailments than the other...it was the town that totally eliminated all arsenic from its drinking water.
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