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Re “A shot from the left,” Letters, Dec. 5:
Why, now that Obama has all but succeeded in transforming America into a socialist tyranny and America’s freedoms are dropping daily like stones in a pond, are liberals still so unhappy?
Pope Francis may attack “the idolatry of money,” and he is disturbed by a homeless person dying of exposure, but (unlike Jesus) the pope wears pure silk white underwear, hand sewn by a team of seamstresses and his summer palace could take in quite a few homeless people. Obama lives royally, while the public is reminded daily of the joys of Obamacare. Mike Bloomberg toured the United States supporting politicians who would take guns away from law-abiding citizens, but when he leaves office he’ll take the whole contingent of police who protected him with him.
What do the three have in common? They’re all wealthy and bleed publicly for the poor, but what they offer comes not from their pockets but everybody else’s.
Illegal Mexicans, who had no voice in Mexico, found their voice in and against the U.S. Illegal Cubans found their voice in Marco Rubio, who with the McCain and Schumer amnesty bill would make the U.S. another Cuba. The majority of Jews, who by now should have recognized a dictator when they saw one, didn’t. African-Americans honored Martin Luther King, but didn’t listen to him. Instead of judging a man not by the color of his skin but the contents of his mind, they voted for Obama, who judges people not by the contents of their minds, but by the color of their skin.
Redistributing wealth was tried in Russia, Cuba and Venezuela. American entertainers who love the jolly Castros go to Cuba to visit, not to live. Who wants to live in a prison?
The U.S. no longer breeds entrepreneurs, it breeds ingrates. Warren Buffet supported Obama to get the XL Pipeline killed. It would have competed with his overland oil and shipping company. Hollywood supports Obama for access to foreign markets. This sounds pretty much like the pages “idolatry of money” to me.
It’s incomprehensible that in this country immigrants voted for a man who will give them everything they or their parents came here to escape from. They forgot history. They’re going to repeat it.
For a look into the future read “1984.”
“Eco-chic” clothing has become a hot fashion trend in recent years - and for good reason. These fashion-forward styles help us look fabulous while doing something fabulous for the environment. For example, eco-friendly clothes and accessories made with recycled plastics now are available in a wider range of styles than ever before, so it’s become easier to put together amazing outfits while closing the recycling loop.
(BPT) - For most places, winter undoubtedly means chilly temperatures, less sunlight and – inevitably – dry, tight or flaky skin. This season, follow these easy tips to break the cycle of dull winter skin by revamping beauty routines that will ensure radiant skin is always in the forecast.
Six hundred thousand people a year die due to the complications of varicose veins. Varicose veins, venous insufficiency and leg pain are not just a cosmetic problem, which many people may think, but can be a serious medical condition, that can lead to life-threatening complications. Left untreated, these clots can travel through the bloodstream and lodge near the heart or lungs, causing potentially life-threatening health problems.
At USA Vein Clinics they can help you eliminate painful, unsightly varicose veins, skin changes, symptoms like swollen and achy legs or even ulcers with Laser Therapy (EVLT).
(Family Features) The holidays can be a hectic time for everyone. While you're busily gearing up for guests and parties, it's important to remember your pet's safety to ensure a festive and fun season is enjoyed by all.
(Family Features) Stuffing stockings is a fun and memorable holiday tradition. This year, celebrate by filling stockings with budget friendly beauty gifts that friends and loved ones will truly adore.
(Family Features) Everyone knows the holidays are a time of overindulgences, especially around the dinner table. The rich foods served at this special time of year are often filled with ingredients that aren’t the healthiest, especially those loaded with sodium.
Two rare Roman Catholic relics on tour throughout the world will be making a stop at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church in Forest Hills next week.
According to Catholic teaching, the body of forceful Portuguese priest St. Anthony of Padua was exhumed in 1263, three decades after his death.
(NAPSI)—Next-generation skin care formulations often contain oil. Some women may be nervous to try those, but they deliver superior skin-enhancing benefits.
(BPT) - Some New Year’s resolutions can be difficult to keep, such as exercising more and eating less junk food. But resolutions that involve improving home safety can be just as worthwhile as those that deal with self-improvement – and often they’re much easier to keep.
(Family Features) What can a camel teach you about grilled cheese? Camels like the Sahara desert because it is dry. Grilled cheese sandwiches also like a hot and dry environment - the pan. Put the butter or oil on the outside of the bread, not in the pan.
(BPT) - Many people are already familiar with the benefits of soft water for their skin and hair and how it significantly reduces energy consumption and increases the life of heaters, appliances and home plumbing. But what most people are totally unaware of is the ability for soft water to prevent microbial contamination in plumbing, thus minimizing the consumer’s exposure to pathogenic bacteria such as Legionella, which can cause Legionnaire’s disease. This research was discovered by the School of Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University.
(BPT) - An ever-growing popular concept in personal healthcare is the idea of the empowered patient (also known as being an advocate for your health). This term can mean different things to different people, but the general concept is that an individual makes well-informed health decisions based on research and conversations with their physician. One person who has applied this concept to her own personal health is Florida-native, Leslie Cunningham.
(BPT) - Everyone experiences irritations from time to time, but a surprising new statistic shows that eight in 10 men experience underarm irritation during their everyday routine.
(Family Features) The holiday season is filled with a whirlwind of parties and special events. Be prepared to head out the door and look your best all evening long with these beauty tips.
(Family Features) One of the most memorable moments at any holiday dinner is when a moist, delicious turkey is brought to the table. Everyone grabs their forks at the sight of a perfectly brown bird glistening with juicy flavor.
(NAPSI)—When your child isn’t feeling well, your main concern is to help him or her get better. However, when it comes to children’s fevers, your first step should always be to determine whether or not your child actually has a fever. This can save your child from receiving unnecessary medication or even hospitalization.
You can’t go by touch. A child’s skin temperature varies with exercise, excitement and sleep. That’s why it’s wise to use a thermometer when testing for a fever. (NAPS)
(StatePoint) While you’re probably already accustomed with conventional ways of looking and feeling your best, this winter, consider more natural approaches to health and wellness.
(Family Features) This holiday season, Safeway is making it easier to find the value and assortment you need - whether you're a bake-it-from-scratch baker or love decorating ready-to-bake treats. Because we all know the holidays are always full of gatherings, entertaining, and lots and lots of baking.
(NAPSI)—An increasing number of Americans are finding that a holiday tradition long popular in the South gets a warm welcome from family and friends everywhere: a succulent turkey, deep-fried in 100 percent peanut oil—the second most popular way to cook the bird.
For a delicious, tender and juicy bird with crispy skin, deep-fry your turkey in peanut oil. (NAPS)
(BPT) - When Bernadette first met her husband, inspirational speaker and attorney John Baumann, she was drawn to his positive attitude and confidence instantly. It wasn’t long after they met that he told her he had Parkinson’s disease (PD), a progressive disorder of the brain and central nervous system that causes a variety of movement problems such as shaking, muscle stiffness and difficulty walking. Bernadette didn’t know much about PD, but that didn’t matter, because as they became closer and eventually married, she began to feverishly research PD and embraced her role as both his wife and his caregiver. As this November marks the 17th annual National Family Caregivers Month, it is a time to celebrate people like Bernadette who dedicate their lives to the well-being of others.
(BPT) - For those who are living with lupus, daily activities can be a struggle and life can become inconsistent. While many people are experiencing debilitating symptoms, from the outside, many of those with lupus don’t “look sick.”
She was just a Corona girl working in her family’s hardware store with a chemist for an uncle before she was EstÈe Lauder. But she became the co-founder of a company worth $8 billion selling products all over the world.
Born Josephine Esther Mentzer and changing her first name to EstÈe, adapted from her nickname, Esty, the young woman was in high school when she started to sell beauty products in salons. She would demonstrate them on women while they were using hair dryers — a concept of touching and showing the customer the products that is still used by the company to this day.