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After covering news and politics for traditional media outlets, Sam Rolley took a position at Personal Liberty Media Group where he focuses on his true passions: national politics and liberty issues. In his daily columns and reports, Rolley works to help readers recognize lies perpetuated by the mainstream media and develop a better understanding of issues ignored by more conventional outlets. Follow him on Twitter @SamRolley
Chemical exposure harming civilians and vets alike
Veteran’s Administration hospitals are dealing with thousands of cases of mysterious bronchial diseases and cancers so widespread that veterans have filed a class-action lawsuit. But the health epidemic isn’t a problem faced just by service members — we all handle these toxins.
‘Clean’ water is harder to find than you think
The ongoing water contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan, has many other U.S. municipalities examining water supplies for toxins… many with disturbing results. But even in areas where public water is still deemed safe for drinking, it contains hundreds of unregulated chemicals and contaminants.
You are what your beef eats
We’ve all heard the saying “you are what you eat.” But in today’s food industry it’s no longer enough just to watch what you eat. You’ve got to go beyond “beef — it’s what’s for dinner” to “what did your beef have for dinner” to reap the biggest benefit from the top of the food chain.
The ‘additive’ that gives your heart some get-up-and-go
Its earthy flavor can definitely be an acquired taste. But if you’re trying to get back into shape — especially following a heart-related scare — it’s a flavor you’ll quickly learn tastes a lot like relief mixed with a powerful dash of get-up-and-go.
‘Magic’ bean shown to reverse aging
For centuries, man has been searching for a fountain of youth to provide relief from the ill-effects of aging. Sadly, we’re no closer to finding it but research reveals there may be a less whimsical alternative gathering dust in your pantry right now — in a can of…
The long reach of a zinc deficiency
As you age and your immune system becomes weaker, minor illnesses become difficult to brush off. You may also suffer from gastrointestinal problems such as irritable bowel syndrome. All signs there’s a good chance your zinc levels are low. In a world of dangerous viral infections, that’s alarming. Here’s how to fight back…