By Ron Crair June 18, 2015. Before the University of East Anglia email hacks ‘Climate Change’ was known as ‘Global Warming.’ Global warming or climate change has many believers and many skeptics. Honest, competent scientific data is needed to prove whether or not it is real. This is the problem. How do we trust the data? There […]

Following the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl by two young men in a school bathroom in Maryland last week, Montgomery County Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith is accusing parents of students at Rockville High School of racism and xenophobia. The accused rapists have been identified as 18-year-old high school freshman Henry Sanchez-Milian, an illegal immigrant […]

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) is a perennial herb with a distinct, lemony aroma and flavor. It’s a staple of both Vietnamese and Thai cuisine. Though the plant is native to India, it’s grown all over the world today. Lemongrass is a rich source of nutrients that offer many therapeutic benefits. Source: 6 Lemongrass Benefits to Support […]

By Carey Wedler Both anecdotal evidence and clinical research are beginning to show the promise of cannabis in treating a variety of health issues. According to one family in the U.K., cannabis helped a dying teenage boy recover fully from complications from leukemia. The family recently appeared on the British talk show, This Morning, to […]

Some parents in one Long Island school district are furious after they say school officials are refusing to allow them to opt their children out of Common Core testing. Parents say they sent letters to the Freeport School District last week saying their children would be opting out of the test, but that the district […]

Mint has been called “The World’s Oldest Medicine,” after being discovered in ancient Egyptian tombs and found in fossils ten thousand years old. The medicinal value of mint has been so universally recognized that it can be found growing wild almost everywhere on Earth where civilization has thrived. Both then and now, it is the […]