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Recipe Review: Philly Cheesesteak on Mark’s Daily Apple

A few weeks ago, I came across a recipe on Mark’s Daily Apple for Philly Cheesesteak (with Optional Primal Cheddar Cheese Sauce).  I thought the recipe looked like something my family would like, so I saved it.  Tonight, we tried … Continue reading

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School Takes Blind Boy’s Cane and Gives Him a Pool Noodle

When my husband told me about this story, I thought it was a hoax.  And when I posted it on my Facebook page, some of my friends didn’t believe it either.  I did my research though, and sure enough, in … Continue reading

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What If I Hadn’t Been Held To Higher Standards?

I just happened to view one of “Jacks Rants” over at The Survival Podcast, and it really got me thinking.  What if I hadn’t been held to a higher standard when I was a kid? What if I got a … Continue reading

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Commentary: ‘Fat is NOT Fabulous’

Not too long ago, I saw a provocative title on my Facebook news feed — “Fat is NOT Fabulous: How the Obese are Endorsing Obesity”.  It came from the folks over at The Family Podcast Network, and while I generally … Continue reading

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Blind People and Guns: Good Idea?

Before I get into the nuts and bolts of this post, I want to start off by apologizing.  Since I’m legally blind, this topic is near and dear to my heart, and as you might imagine, sometimes I can come … Continue reading

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Grain and Gut Bacteria: More to the Story?

My husband knows that I love to “geek out” on the science behind the topics pertinent to me and my family, so he sent me a real gem from Slashdot.  I’m guessing he thought I’d be particularly interested since the … Continue reading

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Infant Formula Makers Get Green Light for Canola Oil

Canola oil is now “generally recognized as safe” by the FDA for use in infant formula, and I doubt many folks understand the implications. For any of us who’re concerned about our family’s nutrition and for whom breast-feeding isn’t an … Continue reading

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Experts Question Fate of Obese ‘Health Sinners’

Rarely have I felt physically ill after reading a news article, but a scathing post at The Blaze literally turned my stomach.  Long-held judgements about fat people make it easy for some “experts” to question, “Why not just let these … Continue reading

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The Second Amendment: A Commentary

Those who know me know that my support of the Second Amendment goes without saying.  Few things are more uniquely American than our right to keep and bear arms.  What exactly does that mean though? Who shall keep and bear … Continue reading

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First Pink Slime and Meat Glue, Now Horse Meat?

Most of us in the U.S. view horses as pets, sporting animals, or loyal workers on the farm.  With the food that’s available, I doubt anyone thinks of horses as food.  Apparently, companies in the UK see things differently though.  … Continue reading

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