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Being physically healthy means not eating junk food, not overeating, and exercising regularly. Being mentally healthy means not watching the MSM and Hollywood movies, or becoming addicted to social media and video games that steal your time and life away, when you could be connection with others, and producing something useful and of value to yourself and others.

Mass immigration is really foreign invasion, and the real diversity of the world depends on it being stopped at all costs. We don't need any more corporate globalization. Every nation needs to pursue its own path, as opposed to every nation becoming the same low quality, generic hellhole. Gobalization is ecocide. We need a moratorium on immigration. 

Ocasio Cortez's Green New Deal is a means to impose a centrally planned economy on everyday citizens, using the environment as a foil. If a Green New Deal is to help the environment and the economy, the government needs to end immigration, and make it easier for small businesses to set up shop by cutting red tape and offering tax incentives. American businesses need to hire American citizens.

To make health care affordable, we need to cut the health insurance industry out of routine care and treatment, and end the drug monopoly of the pharmaceutical industry. Americans would be better off with private doctors having a direct relationship with their patients, and billing them transparently without the insurance middleman.

The future is national and local, not global. Nation by nation, a new warrior aristocracy is rising up to depose the global merchant class and restore order and sanity to the world, thereby bringing about a golden age of conservation, quality and excellence that has been long absent. The Kali Yuga will then come to an end.

 

Leftists are not for the environment in any substantive way. They believe like all totalitarians that the individual is the highest order, and that man can be made into anything, if given the "right" ideas, incentives and punishment for noncompliance, all irrespective of environmental constraints.

A Carbon Tax in The USA?

By: Tiktaalik

Don’t be fooled by the corporate Republicans, or corporate Democrats, for that matter. The Carbon Tax Dividend scheme is just another way for corporate America to externalize the cost of pollution onto the public, while also avoiding accountability.

What the rights of nature laws codify is the law of nature itself. Humans are a part of nature, we do not own or control it.

To avoid cannibalizing each other for easy growth and market share, and to continue to be competitive in the long term, CEOs need to get better at making a case to shareholders on the importance of social and environmental sustainability.

The Importance of Sleep

By: Editor-in-chief

(1 of 3)

Increasingly, people are sleeping less in order to keep up with the pace of modern life, while also having more trouble sleeping because of stress resulting from their busy schedules.

Chronotypes and B-people

By: Editor-in-chief

(2 of 3)

While we are all subject to the 24-hour circadian rhythm, we have different chronotypes, or patterns of sleeping and waking.

Dali's Spoon and the Siesta

By: Editor-in-chief

(3 of 3)

Dreams can be a great inspiration. The Catalan painter Salvador Dali got some of the ideas for his surreal paintings from his practice of balancing a spoon on the edge of a glass.

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