June 30, 2022

How to Cure Anxiety With Food and Natural Alternatives | Eat Better

On this episode of Eat Better, we are going to look at some different ways to cure anxiety. We take a look at different foods that can help, plus some other natural alternatives that are backed by science—and a spiritual perspective on anxiety. * Click the “Save” button below the video to access it later…

Bear crashes wedding reception while guests continue to eat

No one likes a wedding crasher. An uninvited guest was caught on camera at a wedding in Mexico. The intruder was actually very easy to spot, considering that it was a young black bear. While the bear’s appearance was surprising, what’s more shocking is the reaction from some of the wedding guests. Angie Disa posted […]

Top Venezuelan Socialist on Rigged Election: ‘Those Who Don’t Vote, Don’t Eat’

Venezuelan socialist lawmaker, television host, and suspected drug lord Diosdado Cabello threatened Venezuelans with starvation on Monday if they did not vote in Sunday’s legislative elections. The Organization of American States (OAS) preemptively urged world states not to accept the results of the December 6 elections last month, citing the totally unfree and unfair circumstances…

Eat It, Liberals: Trump Economy’s Second Quarter Growth Projected To Hit 4.1 Percent

If Donald Trump wins the election, the stock market will collapse. He doesn’t have an agenda that can create jobs. You all heard the doomsday talk. In the end, three million jobs have been created since Trump was elected. The Dow Jones broke 26,000, and had a 5,000-point surgelast year—the largest annual gain ever. All […]

The Washington Post Reports That 36% Of College Students Don’t Have Enough Food To Eat. That’s A Lie.

Thirty-six percent of college students are going hungry. That’s the message of a story in yesterday’s Washington Post that’s making the rounds. If it’s anything like the “1 in 5 college girls are sexually assaulted” fiction that Joe Biden popularized in 2015, this faux-statistic may soon become conventional wisdom, too. The “Still Hungry and Homeless […]

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