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Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis: Is Angiogenesis a Treatment or Even a Cure?

A healthy and intact vascular system in the brain is critical for normal motor and cognitive.human functioning. Any disruption in the brain’s blood perfusion system can lead to dire consequences, as the brain neurons are deprived of glucose and oxygen and begin to become dysfunctional. An attractive hypothesis that is emerging from a number of…

Our Techno-Wise Future

Want to live in a healthy and wealthy manner in the future? You’ll need to wise up! The human mind is the source of all values, progress, achievement, and flourishing. But our minds do not function automatically. They must be educated, imaginative, innovative, inspired, and introspective. This has never been truer than now, because exponential…

Project Veritas presents: Muckraking Journalism and Whistleblowing in the 21st Century

James O’Keefe established Project Veritas in 2010 as a non-profit journalism enterprise to expand upon his undercover reporting work. Today, Project Veritas investigates and exposes corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions to achieve a more moral, ethical, and transparent society. It also engages in litigation to protect,…

Striving for Constitutional Balance

History marks the summer of our 1787 Constitutional Convention as a time when our founding fathers sought balance to counteract chaos. Having witnessed 2,700 years of man’s servitude under the totalitarian rule of the divine rights of kings, these men trusted God to give their fledgling country a chance for something new. But the truth…

Land of the Free, Because of the Brave

4th Of July 1776 The Continental Congress signs our Declaration of Independence from England, our mother country. Franklin and Adams recommended Jefferson draft the Declaration but they had the final say as editors. And edit they did! For the 56 people who signed the document it was an act of Treason, if caught, you could…

Yes, Feminists Can Be Libertarians

Libertarianism and feminism make fine bedfellows—though you might not know it from talking to folks adopting either label in 21st century America. Libertarians tend to view feminism as something solely for leftists—folks always reaching for collectivist and statist solutions to social and interpersonal problems. Feminists tend to view libertarianism as a philosophy concerned with self-interest…