All posts by AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

Understand your food cravings

Originally posted on Optus Zoo News:

Why do we crave certain foods and can we do anything to change what we lust after? 

We’ve all been there, standing in front of the fridge, trying to convince ourselves that despite our body calling out for chicken fajitas, we’ll be content with last night’s leftovers. Satisfaction never comes and our hankering for jalopeno and soft tortia only grows stronger. We begin to think of nothing else. Not TV, not even chocolate will do (not right now, anyway). Our minds cease to function beyond a basic chant of, “Fajitas. Get. In. My. Belly.”

It turns out we’re not alone. In fact, we have science in our corner and science, as we all know, is never wrong. Here’s what science has to say about cravings…

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Palin: ‘RINO Season Opens Soon…’

Originally posted on Regular Right Guy:

5-sarah-palinAfter her remarkable showing in 2008 when she pulled RINO John McCain back from the precipice of truly humiliating defeat to simple defeat, I hoped Sarah Palin would enter the primary process in 2012.

I wasn’t sure I would vote for her, but I knew the country needed someone like her as its next president. I was disappointed when she didn’t run, but fully understood why she did not.

I had to reblog this interview with the former VP candidate with her documentarian Steve K. Bannon today.

I hope Palin never stops being a thorn in the side of the GOP leadership and a voice for conservatives.

Breitbart:

EXCLUSIVE–PALIN ON OBAMA/BOEHNER CROMNIBUS BILL: ‘IT STINKS TO HIGH HEAVEN’

1. What do you think of Speaker Boehner having President Obama ‘whip votes’ from the White House in order to pass this bill?

It stinks to high heaven. Did arrogant politicians not…

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Kevin Costner Shares An Opinion on Race Relations That Others In Hollywood Are Too Scared To Admit

Originally posted on Give Me Liberty:

This is from Indpendent Journal Review.

Kevin has a valid point on the race card being played to shut up anyone, liberals are losing an argument to.

At a time when the country’s biggest news stories center around events which stir racial tension, celebrities have largely either stayed out of the fray, or have expressed their support for those who say that racism is pervasive, and ultimately led to the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner.

But a new voice in Tinseltown has spoken up.

Oscar-winning actor and director Kevin Costner gave an interview to Variety in which he bravely expressed an opinion on race relations and race-baiting that many inside Hollywood could never offer, for fear of being branded a racist.

“It gets talked about, but what I think happens is a lot of times a conversation gets stopped dead in its tracks because if somebody thinks they are losing…

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The College Rape Club

Originally posted on PA Pundits - International:

Ann CoulterBy Ann Coulter ~

RSrapeartworkSorry this column is late. I got raped again on the way home. Twice. I should clarify — by “raped,” I mean that two seductive Barry White songs came on the radio, which, according to the University of Virginia, constitutes rape.

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT!

Even the feminist-whipped media parted company with Rolling Stone magazine over Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s story about an alleged fraternity gang-rape at the University of Virginia — since retracted.

But while dismantling every part of this preposterous rape claim by a woman Rolling Stone calls “Jackie,” journalists rush to assure us that “sexual assault at colleges and universities is indeed a serious problem,” as an article in Slate put it.

It would be as if Republicans responded to the apocryphal attack on McCain volunteer Ashley Todd in 2008 by saying, “Physical assaults on McCain volunteers by Obama supporters are indeed a serious…

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