Saturday, April 09, 2016

Tab clearing

They can try changing the meaning of words, it won't change the reality.  It does help their little minions try to ignore it.

And Sanders and Clinton both would love to make the taxes even higher.

Yes, all the 'Meat and fat is bad, eat more grains and stuff!' thing is garbage.  But the Defenders of What We Believe don't want to give up.
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation, in a 2008 analysis of all studies of the low-fat diet, found “no probable or convincing evidence” that a high level of dietary fat causes heart disease or cancer. Another landmark review, published in 2010, in the American Society for Nutrition, and authored by, among others, Ronald Krauss, a highly respected researcher and physician at the University of California, stated “there is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of CHD or CVD [coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease]”.

Many nutritionists refused to accept these conclusions. The journal that published Krauss’s review, wary of outrage among its readers, prefaced it with a rebuttal by a former right-hand man of Ancel Keys, which implied that since Krauss’s findings contradicted every national and international dietary recommendation, they must be flawed. The circular logic is symptomatic of a field with an unusually high propensity for ignoring evidence that does not fit its conventional wisdom.

And this:
People who regularly consume full-fat dairy products are less likely to develop diabetes than those who eat low-fat dairy products, according to new research published in the journal Circulation.

Idiots who can't tell a priest from someone in a KKK getup.  Products of Higher Education...

'Gender ideology' harms kids.  Who could've imagined, right?

Some of the American Indian legends of nasty creatures.

Gee, I wonder what she said that she didn't want the public to know about?

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