Saturday, December 9th, 2023


The US Government has added $383 billion to the federal budget deficit in the last two months alone, according to the Congressional Budget Office. (More)

The head of the Ukrainian parliament visted Washington D.C. and met with officials from the White House, the Pentagon, and Capitol Hill to lobby for continued support in the war against Russia. (More)

The president of Harvard University is apologizing for saying “depending on the context” when asked by Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) if calling for the genocide of Jews violates Harvard’s bullying and harassment rules. (More)

➤ In a recent YouGov poll, twenty percent of 18-29 year-olds denied that the Holocaust ever took place. (More)

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Toxic overload can cause a number of nightmarish changes in your body.

In the early stages, your body tries to expel those toxins by any means necessary.

You may experience…

  • Intense bloating (leading to a pregnant-looking belly)
  • Stinky farts
  • Occasional diarrhea
  • Excessive urination
  • Sore throat
  • Occasional heartburn or indigestion
  • Mucus overproduction

Many people notice changes to their body odor or excessively oily skin, as well, since their bodies are acting to purge those toxins through their pores.

As the toxins gradually accumulate in your system, you may also find impairment to some of your faculties…

Most people experience fatigue, memory difficulties, sleep impairment, eczema (and other inflammatory conditions like gout), joint pain, unexplained weight gain, depression, or “brain fog”.

Even worse, certain toxins can disrupt the very hormones that control our metabolism…

This class of toxins are known as endocrine disruptors.

The most common endocrine disruptors can be found in our everyday hygiene products, detergents, tupperware and so on…

Gone unchecked, endocrine disruptors can “turn off” the hormones that control metabolic function.

Ultimately making it impossible to lose weight – no matter how strict your diet is or how much you exercise.

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➤ We’re entering the home stretch of the NFL’s playoff race. The Rams, Browns, Bucs, and a few more teams have critical matchups on Sunday for their post-season hopes. (Read Full Breakdown

➤ Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott is under fire for a training camp speech he gave in 2019 using the 9/11 terrorists as an example of good communication and teamwork. McDermott apologized quickly after the speech, and he’s reaffirmed his apology. (Video)

The anger over Florida’s State’s college football playoff snub is escalating to the halls of the U.S. Capitol. Florida Senator Rick Scott is demanding that the college football selection committee turn over communication records and notes from closed-door meetings. (More)

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Saturday Rewind

Here are this week’s most-clicked stories. Enjoy!

➤ #1: Which state has the toughest winters? According to Thrillist, that honor goes to North Dakota. (Editor’s note: I’ve spent most of my life in midwestern states with brutal winters, and I’m inclined to agree with Thrillest, here. One frozen Thanksgiving weekend in ND convinced me.) (See the Whole List)

➤ #2: Ever seen a bird land on a bride’s head at a wedding? (Now You Can)

➤ #3: Americans have never trusted the media less, and the proof is in the polling. (See Chart)

Et Cetera

➤ A rare white alligator has been born at Gatorland in Orlando, Florida. The park is asking the public to help name the creature. (Video)

In Japan, tends of thousands of dead sardines washed up on the main island of Hokkaido for reasons unknown. Health officials are warning locals not to eat the fish. (See it)

A 6-year-old with a genius IQ of 138 is now a member of the Mensa Society for high IQ people, though she’s still in kindergarten. Her parents realized she was different when she began counting in Mandarin at 18-months old. (See Photos)   

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Poll Position

Do you prefer to watch tv shows or full-length films?

  1. TV Shows
  2. Feature-Length Films
  3. Neither

Friday’s Results:

Do you plan to spend more or less on holiday gifts this year?

  1. Same: 44.4%
  2. Less: 42.1%
  3. More: 13.5%

Quote BoxDaily Quote

Quote “The continued success of the special has surprised me as much as anyone. A lot of the drawings are terrible.

Charles Schulz, creator of A Charlie Brown Christmas

TriviaToday’s Trivia

In the movie Home Alone, what did the intruders call their gang? 

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