Wednesday, August 10, 2016

What Would You Do If You Had to Vote Today?

Popularity should be no scale for the election of politicians. If it would depend on popularity, Donald Duck and The Muppets would take seats in senate. - Orson Welles 
With the electoral primaries long gone, but not forgotten, many Americans are now left with a dilemma. According to various polls both parties' candidates have a serious likability problem, but there is a big, not only ideological, difference between them. While Donald J. Trump (Rep) has won the popular vote, but did not get the support of many prominent Republicans; the Democratic Party chairwoman allegedly orchestrated diversion of votes from a very popular democratic candidate, Bernie Sanders, to the party's darling Hilary R. Clinton, an act that left millions of Bernie's supporters angry and disappointed. 

Things change with the flow of time, but not always for the better. The Republican Party is no longer the party of Ronald Reagan and the Democratic Party no longer that the one of John F. Kennedy. The conservative ideas range from constitutionalist libertarian  to the globalist Neocon while the democratic vision ranges from globalist to the extreme left, almost Marxist. Neither party can claim that there is an ideological unity of any kind and yet, each party has to produce a nominee for the presidential elections. Interestingly enough, despite controversy, Mrs Clinton received her party's total support. Her party decided she is the one and united behind her.  Mr Trump, on the other hand, received the nomination, but wasn't even endorsed by many prominent Republicans, or worse, was openly rejected by such party members as the  the presidential Bush family. What a shame!

What does this mean for the voters? Mrs Clinton came with many scandals, ongoing FBI investigation, lies, visible health problems, and very deep pockets. She is a globalist ensuring the continuation of president Obama's policies. Donald Trump, on the other hand, is a wealthy businessman with no political experience, but a very sharp tongue and hot temper. He not only rejected donations from lobbyists, but also promised a complete reversal of the official GOP party line. Politicians do not like his ideas and most of them reject Trump. Is this important? Should undecided voters even care where the money comes from or whether a candidate has political experience? 

Many people in America feel that something must change. Growing national debt, stagnating economy, erratic immigration policy, unprotected Southern border, threat of terrorism, and shrinking middle class, are the same problems that were addressed by the presidential candidates of 2007. Not much has changed over the last seven and half years, except the fact that national debt exploded exponentially and more people are on food stamps than ever before. Financial insecurity, weak marketplace and "affordable healthcare" killed many businesses and forever changed the face of small town America. Social unrest and racial conflict unseen in America since the 1960s are signs of a society on the verge of collapse. 

Change is needed badly in a nation that ignores its own security, but obsesses with political correctness, pronouns and gender neutral bathrooms.

So, will it be Trump or Clinton? Or maybe one of the independently running candidates like the former New Mexico governor Garry Johnson, the Transhumanist writer and philosopher Zoltan Istvan, or the Green Party presidential front runner Dr. Jill Stein? And while some Americans may have already heard of Gary Johnson in 2011 presidential elections, who knew that there was a Green Party in America?

For many decades American elections looked like popularity contests. People wanted the guy who would show up on TV in their living rooms to be at least likeable. Right now many people cannot imagine getting stuck for four years with either Trump or Clinton. There is still enough time for the candidates to change this, or at least, to convince voters that they are the best for the job. Watch and listen carefully because at the end, you are the one who will have to decide.

By Dominique Allmon

Dominique Allmon@2016

    

    

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Magical Rose Garden

One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today. - Dale Carnegie

    

Monday, July 11, 2016

How to Easily Improve Your Memory

The Brain Pill
The Brain Pill

Like many other bodily functions, memory declines as we age. Those first signs of slipping memory can be a little alarming, especially if you know the dreariness of that route. You may first see it in your 40s, sometimes even younger, with declining memory symptoms like slower facial recall, where you left your keys or what was the number you were supposed to call. How many times did you go to a supermarket and wondered what groceries were you supposed to buy? Wait! You forgot your grocery list at home.

These episodes are often dismissed as harmless and may simply be the result of increased stress, but while it’s normal to forget things on occasion, it’s a pattern to watch. 

Gerontologists, psychologists, longevity researchers, and the makers of natural memory supplements like the Brain Pill, believe it’s important to keep your brain active. Use it or lose it. This is how simple it actually is.

To stay mentally agile into old age you have to challenge your memory daily! Although not a muscle, your brain needs a workout just like the muscles of your body. And just like any other body organ, it also needs specific nutrition to support and retain its function. So, what can you do right now?

Here are some memory-boosting tips courtesy of Brain Pill:
  • Use Your Memory Daily – Your brain needs a workout just like the rest of your body. Try crosswords, for example, or read a section of the newspaper you’d normally skip. You might also take a different route to work, for example, or learn another language, or how to play a musical instrument.
  • Socialize – You’re not an island, darling. Depression and stress can both lead to dramatic decline of memory, which is why you’ll want to socialize often – especially if you live alone. Be with others and take them up on their invitations. Join a club, take dancing lessons, start a poetry circle. Anything. Just get social. Life gets better when you do.
  • Organize Your Life – You lose points with a cluttered home because you’re more likely to misplace stuff and forget where you put it. Make lists and notes of appointments and things to do in a special notebook or your calendar, or create a large board where you write down or pin important appointments and things you need to do. Or, if you are more comfortable with the technology, download an app on your iPod and write down what needs to get done. Speak it out loud too, to reinforce it in your memory, and check-off your tasks when completed.
  • Stay Focused - This is very important! Try to stay focused on the task at hand and limit distractions. Multi-tasking is great, but when your memory is in trouble, one thing at a time is better. You’re more likely to recall information if you concentrate specifically on that one thing rather than all the many things you were trying to accomplish at the same time. In other words, focus on what you want to remember later and you will recall it faster when needed.
  • Get Enough Sleep  – Shut-eye helps your memory!  Most adults need seven to eight hours of sleep each night so make time for adequate rest. Go to bed earlier if you have to and work on your sleep hygiene. You will be surprised.  Your recall will improve with time and you will remember more stuff the next day.
  • Eat Healthy Food – Do you see any pattern here? Your brain likes healthy living. That extends to your diet, with plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Opt for high quality protein, like fish and poultry. Add Omega-3 fatty acids to your diet and ditch the sugar. Drink plenty of water too, refrain from drugs and watch the alcohol intake. Consult a certified nutritionist for an optimal brain supporting nutrition plan and learn what foods support the memory function.
  • Exercise Daily – Exercise boosts blood flow throughout your body and to the brain. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, you need at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity (like walking) each week, or 75 minutes of something with greater intensity, like jogging, although even a few 10 minute brisk walks per day will make a difference.
  • Watch Your Health – Chronic conditions can affect your memory, to say nothing about the rest of your health and well-being. Follow your doctor’s recommendations, be it for depression, your heart, kidneys, or anything else in your medical history. Review your medications often with your doctor as well since some medications can reduce your memory. As your fitness level improves you may need less and less medication. Lose weight if needed and have your blood tested for nutrient deficiencies. Take nutritional supplements to support healthy diet.

Try Brain Pill!

We can’t end an article on how to improve your memory without a mention about natural memory supporting supplements like the Brain Pill. No matter how good and healthy your diet is, you need specific nutrients to support your aging brain. Nutritional supplements are like rocket fuel for your brain. The Brain Pill is a cognitive booster with clinically proven nootropics like cognizine, vinpocetine and ginkgo biloba, that are known to increase alertness and the blood flow in your brain.

Studies suggest that the ingredients in Brain Pill enhance memory and may even prevent memory loss. Better memory is linked to higher cognitive function. Your brain is more efficient with a sharp memory. Your intelligence improves and you retain the ability to stay independent well into old age. 

The Brain Pill will help you
  • Boost Memory
  • Increase Cognitive Skills
  • Have Faster Recall of Facts
  • Focus Better
  • Enhance Brain Power
  • Perform Under Pressure
  • Have Better Problem-Solving Skills
  • Eliminate Brain Fog and More

Try the Brain Pill to improve your memory and follow the memory-boosting tips we’ve discussed in this article. Your memory will love it and people will be surprised to see the new, sharp you.

Article based on information provided by the Brain Pill website



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*Information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or cure a disease.