Opinion – The phrase “they hate us for our freedom,” has some inaccuracy.

One statement that was delivered by the [then] President George W. Bush to Congress days after September 11, 2001, stated the following Our war on terror begins with Al Qaeda, but it does not end there. It will not end until every terrorist group of global reach has been found, stopped and defeated. Americans are …

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Gulf War Illness research breakthrough. Gut feeling by the University of South Carolina

Article link on sc.edu What we found is that the altered gut bacteria and their cell wall components seep into the circulatory system and causes neural inflammation,” he says. His team published a paper on their findings last year in PLoS One, which prompted an outpouring of interest from veterans and veteran organizations. The fatigue, …

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Musings on #MS – War induced MS?

My memory fails that far back, but an interesting symptom I have is the sheer amount of snot I create, anytime I drink or smoke or ear, I have to spit. Always told allergies but nothing has ever fixed it. It is a symptom of chemical weapons or any neuroweapon. That is why foaming at …

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