The Huffington Post suggests that we ought to reconsider eating turkey on Thanksgiving, 11,000 scientists say we need to stop having so many babies because of the climate crisis, and Jane Fonda is fighting climate change by not buying any new clothes.
The #ClimateCrisis is real.
Empowering women socially, economically, and medically is a key for reducing birth rates.
🇺🇸 taking the lead in #cleanenergy will be good for our economy and for the world.
From the Ingraham Angle on Friday, November 8, 2019 where I’m joined by John Daniel Davidson.
Who do you think has the right attitude on how to lead, how to create cleaner energy for the world, and how to enjoy being on television?
Worse, we continue to alter the chemistry of our atmosphere and waters in ways that will have real consequences.
We are now at > 405 parts per million carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the highest in over 800,000 years. Over the past 150+ years, the pH of surface ocean waters has fallen by ~0.1. Since the pH scale, like the Richter scale, is logarithmic, that 0.1 drop represents a 30% increase in acidity. As we continue to pump CO² increasing the concentration, the ocean will continue to acidify, dramatically changing life.
It’s time to aggressively move to renewable energy sources like geothermal, hydropower, wind, solar, and yes advanced nuclear.
I joined Tucker Carlson Tonight again Thursday night, December 21, 2017, on Fox News! Tucker wanted to mockingly revisit the story of trees allegedly planted for racist reasons along a golf course in Palm Springs, California.
My argument is focused on racist origins (the neighborhood came about because Palm Springs engaged in ethnic housing cleansing), the fire hazard of tamarisk trees, and the waste of the water in drought ravaged California.
Take a look at the clip below and share your thoughts!
I joined Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight with Tucker Carlson on June 7, 2017. We discussed California Governor Jerry Brown striking a deal with the Chinese to work on clean energy, trading technology and committing resources in a non-binding agreement.
“California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed an agreement to work with China to lower greenhouse gas emissions Tuesday, just days after President Trump pulled the United States out of an international climate change agreement.
The agreement, though nonbinding, aims to expand cooperation between China and California on renewable energy, zero-emission vehicles and low-carbon urban development, Brown’s office said. It will establish a joint working group of Chinese and Californian officials to come up with ways to work together, and to invest in programs that would cut carbon emissions.”
What do you think of our exchange?
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Veterinarian Dr. Jody Bearman joins my KGO 810 radio show every Friday at 1:15pm Pacific Time to discuss all things pets. A topic that comes up regularly, and is apparently quite controversial, is homeopathy. Dr. Jody wrote this to help explain, clarify, and spread the word.
By finding the remedy that is the “same” as the disease the individual animal already has, allows the body to heal itself from chronic or acute disease. “Same” in this case means the unique things that make that animal different from other animals with the problem, such as liking to be touched where they are sore, or hiding when ill, or better with the application of heat, or greenish discharges, or the problem only happens at midnight every 2 weeks, or anything that is different or unusual.
Some animals don’t have unique signs of disease, which can make determining their remedy more challenging. As you can tell from the above, the conventional diagnosis is not necessarily helpful in treating an animal homeopathically(although it can be useful), but close observation and reporting is very helpful.
Once a remedy is given, the body slowly and gradually heals itself of chronic disease, and can rapidly heal acute disease, such as shock, even more quickly than conventional medicine in many cases. After homeopathic treatment, the life force of the animal becomes stronger, which makes the animal more resistant to any disease, and allows them to heal more quickly even from injuries.
Dr. Jody Bearman, DVM, CVA, CVCH, CVSMT graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in Bacteriology and from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine with a DVM in 1992. She worked in small town mixed practice (horses, farm animals, small animals) then small animal and exotic practice using Western medicine for 16 years.
Wanting to help animals that couldn’t be diagnosed or treated with Western medicine and those that developed severe side effects from Western medicine, she took the Chi Institute for Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine mixed animal course and became a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist in 2005. She is also a certified Veterinary Chinese Herbalist and practices tui-na (Chinese massage and physical therapy) and food therapy and was now a lab instructor at the Chi Institute-the first of it’s kind outside of China. She became certified in veterinary spinal manipulation therapy at The Healing Oasis Wellness Center in May 2014, is a member of the College of Animal Chiropractors, completed the Pitcairn Institute for Veterinary Homeopathy course, published papers in The American Journal of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy journal, and the Integrative Veterinary Care Journal.
She is excited every day to help animals heal and stay healthy. She works with many animals – horses, dogs, cats, goats, birds, sheep, cows, rodents, reptiles, rabbits and more.
Who owns your food? Well, with Bayer AG buying Monsanto for $66 billion, one giant company is about to own nearly every aspect of the food chain.
Yes, that’s right, they’ll own it. Because Monsanto produces Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) seed and Bayer makes the farm chemicals, they will own it. They own it because each of those components the farmer relies on is patented. They’re able to patent that seed because they’ve modified it through genetic engineering. Then they own what you eat and have the financial clout to “own” members of Congress and the Senate in those farm states.
The agricultural policy of the United States is skewed in favor of these big companies because of their financial clout. It is not in favor of the farmers or the consumer (you and me,) I had a Midwestern farmer/rancher friend explain to me how the giant ag companies pay for crops right below the subsidized price so the farmer makes little and the agri-giant makes money from the federal subsidies and own the supply chain marking up the food to the food manufacturing companies. Our tax dollars make Monsanto and Bayer AG their profits.
Do you think a giant, German based, multi-national, mega-corporation should own a huge chunk of the food supply?
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We do love our sugar. It’s in everything on the grocery store shelf now. Time to dial that back!
Now we find out that the sugar industry paid two Harvard researchers back in the 1960s. These payments caused them to change their findings from sugar causes cardiovascular disease to fat causes cardiovascular disease.
That’s right! Researchers at the UCSF School of Medicine published their findings yesterday in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). We’ve been lied to for decades harming our health and likely killing many Americans.
It’s time to cut way back on your sugar consumption. Follow some of my recipes for a healthy way to make delicious sweets and start reading labels looking out for sugar, corn sugar, corn syrup, and high fructose corn syrup. There is no need to completely eliminate sugar, but there is a definite need to cut way back. Now.
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But where she we focus and how much money should we spend? It’s always about the money. Which leads me to “pinkwashing.” The phenomenon every October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month when everything is pink. But how much of that fundraised money goes to research and treatment? Not enough.