How close are we to defeating it?
There are no laws of physics that require it. I’ve been taking NAD+.
[Update early afternoon]
This is interesting. Patients on an anti-cancer drug with gray hair see it turn dark again.
Bob Zubrin thinks we need one. I haven’t read the whole thing, but I generally agree. (Yes, I know it’s a few months old, but I just ran across it, and not much has changed.)
Water on the moon seems to be like gas and oil on earth. The more we look, the more we find.
Eric Berger reports that he’s probably getting more realistic.
Angelo Codevilla says we need to return to it to restore the Republic.
I agree, but the problem is, he doesn’t say how. Op-eds clearly aren’t going to do the job, in and of themselves. It may require an amendment.
Forget Russia, Glenn Reynolds would fire Sessions for this.
Me too. It’s almost medieval. That, plus amping up the War on (Some) Drugs.
Who’s going to win it?
If it turns hot, one side has most of the guns, and if the military intervenes, it’s unlikely to be on the side of the Left.
No, American Heart Association, butter, steak, and coconut oil won’t kill you.
I consider this reckless disregard for the truth. Any lawyers out there who can tell me why they wouldn’t be subject to massive class action?
Related: Moving on from “Let’s Move”:
In 2010, Michelle Obama kicked off the “Let’s Move” campaign to help combat childhood obesity. This well-intentioned effort drew national attention to a serious topic that needed to be addressed.
Sadly, I knew the campaign was doomed to fail; because failure is easy to spot when you wage war against the wrong enemy.
Exercise and healthy eating were central themes of her effort. I am the first to admit that exercise is vital to maintaining overall health, considering that I made my living as a personal trainer. But as I explain to all of my clients, exercise is a lousy way to lose weight, in spite of its many benefits.
Every week, I interview doctors, scientists, and researchers who are on the front lines of combating obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and other metabolic syndrome conditions.
The fact is our diet is almost exclusively to blame for these issues. For years, we have been focusing on the wrong enemy, as healthcare professionals, encouraged by the federal government, told us that fat in our diet was the root cause of these diseases. The so-called ‘experts’, aided by activist front groups, demonized saturated fat, and advised us to eat ‘heart-healthy’ grains and lean proteins. It turns out that this was exactly the wrong strategy.
Yes. And yet they continue to recommend it, and commit massive physical child abuse in Michelle’s school-lunch program.
She tried it. As she writes, it not only didn’t end well, it didn’t even begin well. Cruel, but hilarious.
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