Jan 19, 2023 / Heather Lightner
Dehydration May Be Linked to Two Unexpected Diseases
What if improving depression and lowering your risk of dementia was as simple as drinking more water?
Dehydration is usually linked to low blood pressure, increased heart rate, and headache. But it’s also related to these two unexpected diseases.
Researchers believe hydration could be a powerful tool to help our brain be at its best—physically and emotionally.
Gold Outlook Report 2023
Jan 18, 2023 / Patrick Barron
How Can We Restore Freedom and Sound Money in the US and the UK? Some Ideas
The purpose of this essay is not to convince the reader of the necessity for change. It is to present some commonsense policy changes to attempt to mitigate the economic harm that has been done to Western economies, especially to the United States and the United Kingdom, since the end of World War II. Please watch Godfrey Bloom and Alasdair Macleod’s recent interview with Sonia Poulton.
The video describes the current financial and reputational weaknesses of the West. For a more in-depth analysis of the financial threat to the West, please read any of Alasdair Macleod’s weekly essays from the past few months.
In the Poulton interview, Macleod ably describes the financial implications of the West’s deindustrialization policies and currency debasement. Bloom describes the reputational damage stemming from the West’s “sanctions” against Russia plus the consequences of deindustrialization due to the foolish pursuit of a Green New Deal.