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You can optimize your blog for search engines by using SEO-friendly URLs for every article. If you use your blog site to earn money, most blogging services offer this option, which is a must-do. As an alternative to allowing the company to assign a

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Winter storm threat Monday night: Live blogging the model forecasts (UPDATES) – Washington Post (blog)

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Winter storm threat Monday night: Live blogging the model forecasts (UPDATES)
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… * Winter storm watch 7 p.m. Monday to 2 p.m. Tuesday *. A mere 1.4 inches of snow has fallen the entire winter in Washington. If everything comes together just right, we could easily quadruple that total Monday night. But the closer you get to

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She Turned 2 Simple Ingredients Into a Cure For Cancer, Then the Government Shut Her Down

Its deadly and everybody fears it. Cancer. Stats as of late reveal that 1 out of 2 men and 1 out of 3 women will develop some cancer type in their life. And cancer patients are on a steady increase.

Along with cancer, comes cancer treatment which is expensive, and in turn, very profitable. Perhaps thats why a scientist named Johanna Budwig developed a protocol to treat cancer, yet it has all but been denied due to the zero financial profit that it brings. Cancer research gets funded heavily, yet still nothing has come about as far as a cure. Cannabis oil has been of big interest, but yet not available for all cancer patients. Big Pharmas inability to figure out a way to make money off it is chiefly to blame. If it doesnt come with a profit, then it doesnt come at all.

There is a growing interest in the therapy with cannabis oil, but it is not available for all patients that appear every year. As usual in our society, money talks. Even at the expense of healing and saving lives. Money talks. In the cancer industry, its 125 billion a year to be exact. So German scientist Johanna Budwig, came across a cancer cure in 1951. This 6-time nominee for the Nobel Prize who held two doctorates, one in medicine and one in pharmaceutical chemistry, also was an avid student of physics, psychology, and biochemistry.

Heres what she had to say about her cancer cure:

I have the answer to cancer, but American doctors wont listen. They come here and observe my methods and are impressed. Then they want to make a special deal so they can take it home and make a lot of money. I wont do it, so Im blackballed in every country.

She was appointed by the government to lead research into the process of hardening oils into solids, or basically to make margarine. Thus she discovered just how dangerous trans fatty acids (hydrogenated oils) are for human health. And then came the cure for cancer, as well as numerous other diseases, like arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular problems, and liver dysfunctions. She found that cancer cells are cells which lack what is needed to mature and the red blood cells of those with cancer have no fatty layer. Healthy people have that layer.

She went on to treat cancer patients, garnering a 90% success rate. Even those in stage 4 she found success in treating.

Heres what her treatment consisted of:

Nutrition and diet changes.
No additives,
No animal products except for the quark (a cheese) or cottage cheese, combined with flaxseed oil.

It would be the combo of protein and oil which would provide the right nutrients on a molecular level. The cancer cells would then be absorbed or sloughed off. The body in the meanwhile would be completely healthy in 3 months.

She went on to write six books and a number of articles. But much of her time ended up being spent in litigation with margarine companies. Then her work became restricted through the courts and couldnt be published, despite the life saving methods she was writing about!

Cottage Cheese and Flaxseed Oil Work to Re-energize Cells

She had much success improving her patients during the research and all kinds of cancer were treated.

Heres her guidelines and rules on how to treat cancer:

-You should get sufficient amounts of sunshine in order to stimulate healing in the mind and body
-Drink only purified water
-Avoid meat, sugar, or animal fat
-Never use leftovers, eat the food immediately after preparation
-Avoid all processed foods from your diet
-You should grind flax seeds fresh and consume them within 15 minutes of grinding
-Prepare only fresh and organic fruits and vegetables
-Combine quark or cottage cheese and flaxseed oil in a 2:1 ratio and blend until there is no visible oil floating
-Do not add other ingredients until final cheese mixture results
-Avoid all kinds of drugs and supplements
-In the case of cancer, Dr. Budwig recommended the consumption of 8 tablespoons of flaxseed oil (in the mixture) on a daily basis. For cancer prevention, you can use only a tablespoon daily.

Eliminate all toxic sources, like GMO foods, trans fats, and carcinogen-ridden cooking tools like plastic and Teflon coated pans.

Cancer treatment protocols have since been carried out from a number of cancer experts after they had studied the research of Dr. Budwig. These protocols were designed to stimulate the health and function of cells, by boosting immunity, improving cellular respiration, lowering the acidity in the body, and limiting carcinogens.

Now, after 5 decades, science indeed does use the study of oil and fats and their influence on the body.

Use high-quality ingredients for the best health possible. High grade flax oil and good quality, organic low fat cottage cheese which has enzymes and probiotics.

The Budwig diet protocol can effectively help not just the prevention, but the reversal of cancer.

Heres instructions on how to prepare the Budwig Diet Mixture:

Mix a tablespoon of flax oil and 2 tablespoons of organic low fat cottage cheese or quark for every 100 pounds of an individual. Dosages can be adjusted based on symptoms.

In a glass container, add a tablespoon of cold pressed flaxseed oil, and add two tablespoons of organic, low-fat (2% or less) cottage cheese or quark. Blend them using an immersion blender for a minute. Dont blend by hand.

Now grind up a few tablespoons of brown or golden flaxseeds in a coffee grinder for a minute. Transfer it to a glass bowl and add the oil and cheese mixture. Stir well with a spoon. You can add nuts, fruits, or spices on the top.

And there you go! The ultimate cancer treatment proven effective for many!

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These Milwaukee Instagrammers are cashing in on their popularity – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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These Milwaukee Instagrammers are cashing in on their popularity
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Milwaukee fashion blogger Drew Westphal, a.k.a. @everydaydrew on Instagram, has enough followers on social media that brands give him products to wear and to post on his social media accounts. It's called influence marketing. Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee …

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Cowboys Free Agency: DE Damontre Moore Joins Flurry Of Signings – Blogging The Boys (blog)

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Cowboys Free Agency: DE Damontre Moore Joins Flurry Of Signings
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Dallas was extremely busy on the second day of free agency, bringing in a fourth player, Damontre Moore. by Tom Ryle@TomRyleBTB Mar 10, 2017, 7:08pm CST. tweet · share · pin · Rec. Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports. The second day free agent signings …

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14-Year-Old Rejects £20 Million Offer For Business Idea

For a few years now I have been holding onto my winning business idea until the time is right, It will change the world…honestly. Having said that, if someone was to come along and offer me even half a million quid for it I’d say yes, quit my job and go find a beach until it all ran out.

This 14-year-old turned down an incredible 20 million for his. Credit where it’s due, Taylor Rosenthal from Alabama has will power.

The schoolboy had the idea of creating vending machines that dispense first aid kits. He told CNN:

“Every time Id travel for a baseball tournament in Alabama, Id notice that kids would get hurt and parents couldnt find a band aid. I wanted to solve that.”

Taylor launched a start-up and called it RecMed. This was after a large national healthcare company offered $30m (20m) to buy the idea. Taylor turned it down.

Instead of taking the money Taylor raised69,000 in angel investments and plans to make money by selling the machines for 3,800. To make 20m revenue (not profit) he’d need to sell over 5,000 vending machines. He’s a courageous young man.

The machines will offer customers a variety of products such as first aid kits, rubber gloves and anti-septic wipes. He’s had his first orders from a theme park and is optimistic on the future of his business. Taylor’s teacher said:

“Even with all of his success, he remains humble and ready to help others. Hes just 14. Bill Gates should be worried.”

I’m not sure Bill Gates will be worried, but he’ll probably be very impressed. Here’s the guy himself talking about his business.

H/T: The Metro

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‘You don’t talk to the boss’: in Trump’s Las Vegas hotel, workers are fighting for dignity

The National Labor Relations Board has certified a union for hotel staff, but management looks likely to appeal the decision. Meanwhile, staffers reflect on their struggles to get by: For Mr Trump, were just a number

Maricella Olvera encounters Donald Trump on occasion, but shes careful not to say a word. The 47-year-old cleans the penthouse at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas, where Trump, his family, and celebrity guests often come to stay. She cleans around them in silence. Trump is always uninterested.

The policy is: you dont talk to the boss, she said at her small one-bedroom home, on the joyously named Sing Song Way in the citys northern suburbs.

While Olvera may be silent at work, she and a collective of cleaners, bar workers, and kitchen staff at the Trump hotel have been a thorn in the billionaires side for the past year, using what voice they have to remind the public of the hypocrisy that surrounds his audacious run for the presidency and his record as an employer.

Although Trump has touted himself as the greatest jobs president that God has ever created, these workers point to the fact they are paid on average $3 less than the thousands of unionised hotel workers in Las Vegas who work identical jobs and enjoy a host of other benefits, including pensions and free health insurance, not available to Trump employees.

Earlier this month, following a protracted dispute with Trump and his co-owner, casino billionaire Phil Ruffin, the National Labor Relations Board officially certified a union for over 500 staff at the hotel. Workers argue they have been subjected to surveillance, intimidation, and unlawful dismissal as they have sought to organize.

Hotel management has so far consistently rejected calls to sit down and negotiate a new contract and appear likely to appeal the certification. It is estimated by the Culinary Workers Union that 98% of casinos and hotels on the strip and in downtown Las Vegas are unionised, making the companys stance a near total outlier. Meanwhile, the billionaires campaign filings reveal he values his stake in the hotel at $50m, with a generated income of more than $27m.

Maricella Olvera, who slipped and fell, severely injuring her knee, while at work. Photograph: Mae Ryan for the Guardian

Olvera left her impoverished hometown in Central Mexico in 1987. She trekked for three days on foot to cross the US border, eventually making it to Salinas, California, where she immediately started work on the fields. She picked broccoli, lettuce and berries for 14 hours a day, seven days a week. Only 14 years old, she started sending money back to her family straight away.

Twenty-nine years on, Olvera is now a permanent resident of the US, with two sons about to graduate from medical school. Like almost 70% of unionised workers at the Trump hotel who are also immigrants, she worries about job insecurity while suffering the indignity of a boss running for president on an aggressive immigration platform that leaves the staff themselves feeling targeted.

He has said bad things, she said stridently. I know my people. My people work in the fields, my people [are] kitchen workers, my people [are] landscaping honest people, working hard to make money. Nobody give you nothing for free.

The disdain reflects a broader consensus among Latino voters: Trump is likely to face the highest unfavorability rating among the demographic in history (close to 90%) if he secures the Republican nomination in July.

A lot of guests tell me, Im sorry for [what] Donald Trump said [to] your people, she said, regaining a smile. I say, Its OK. I respect all minds.

Olvera was not at work when the National Labor Relations Board ruled against Trump. In January, she slipped and fell, severely injuring her knee, while cleaning a tall mirror in one of the luxury condos. She now walks with crutches, and survives on $49 a day in disability payment. The payment amounts to half of her actual compensation, $14.28 an hour. The Culinary Workers Union says she would receive full pay on a unionised contract.

My two sons pay [for] my car, my insurance, all my bills, my electricity, everything right now, she said. She has stopped sending money back to Mexico for the first time in years. She worries about her mortgage repayments, but the more pressing concern is the surgery on her knee that will determine when she can return to work, and how much she will owe in medical bills.

The Trump hotel in Las Vegas, where cleaning staff stay mostly invisible, using separate elevators and doorways. Photograph: Mae Ryan for the Guardian

The hotel shimmers in the daylight; its windows are coated in 24-carat gold, which turns the natural light inside the bedrooms a sickly shade of green. At 64 storeys, it is one of the tallest buildings in Las Vegas and manages to distinguish itself in a city renowned for vulgarity.

The lobby is heavily perfumed, with an overwhelming synthetic coconut smell. The Trump Store sells an extensive range of branded products, from Trump piggy banks and Trump cuddly toys to Trump champagne glasses and wine glasses.

At the hotels poolside bar, H2 (Eau), Frank Sinatra croons on the stereo, Make America Great Again caps are stacked next to vintage bottles of bourbon, and a Trump quote is emblazoned on a large mirror: As long as youre going to be thinking anyway, think big.

David, a salesman from Brooklyn, sits on a stool drinking a gin and tonic and clutching a cigar. A Trump supporter and regular at the hotel, he describes it as the best in Vegas.

Theres no ding, ding, ding, like the casinos, he says. This is a classy place. Trumps a classy guy.

The cleaning staff stay mostly invisible, using separate elevators and doorways to reach the immaculately kept rooms.

Celia Vargas, a 57-year-old cleaner, has worked at the hotel full time for three years, earning $14 an hour. Now a US citizen, she fled civil war in El Salvador aged 23 and crossed the US southern border smuggled inside a small container on the back of a truck.

I have always felt very proud of my work, she said at the home she shares with her daughter and seven grandchildren. But I feel that for Mr Donald Trump, we dont matter as workers or as human beings. For Mr Donald Trump, were just a number.

Her employment has been plagued with uncertain working hours, she said, meaning she can be paid as little as $350 a week.

My expenses often dont match my budget, so I always end up owing more or having to get loans, or pawning or selling something of mine in order to get enough.

Vargas was diagnosed with breast cancer last June. Her insurance did not cover the full costs of treatment, leaving her in thousands of dollars in debt, and it would not pay for a full night in hospital for her to recover after surgery her daughter came to fetch her two hours after the operation, and took her home while she was still drowsy from the anaesthesia.

Celia Vargas is fighting to unionise at the Trump Hotel International Las Vegas. Photograph: Mae Ryan for the Guardian

Trump hotel workers see up to $132 in health insurance payments deducted from their biweekly paychecks, according to the Culinary Workers Union, and should receive free and more comprehensive insurance if on a union contract.

Vargas was forced to sell her own apartment two years ago after her husband, also a migrant from El Salvador, who worked a well paid job as a cook on the Las Vegas strip, was arrested following an alleged DUI incident and transferred to immigration detention. He has been detained for two and half years now, and moved all around the country. Vargas has not seen him since December last year, when she made the five-hour drive to visit him in Orange County, California. He would face certain deportation under Trumps hardline immigration platform.

Vargas was one of the first to organise the workforce, and says when they first started wearing small, pro-union badges, she was sacked along with six other colleagues, until the Culinary Workers Union intervened and got her employment reinstated.

Another former employee, 47-year-old Rosebert Donato, had worked at the hotel for three years, earning $11.20 an hour as a linen attendant on the late shift. Donato was fired shortly after the vote to unionize in December last year and argued he was targeted because of his participation in the union.

They fired us like we were delinquents, Vargas said.

The Trump Organization, the holding company which owns Trumps stake in the hotel, did not respond to a list of detailed questions despite multiple requests.

Trump Hotel workers see up to $132 health insurance payments deducted from their biweekly paychecks. Photograph: Mae Ryan for the Guardian

Historically, union-busting has never been Trumps style. He has long relied on unionised workforces to construct and staff his businesses in New York and New Jersey.

In his 2000 book The America We Deserve, he wrote an impassioned defence of Jim Hoffa, president of one of Americas largest unions, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters: Let me tell you this: Unions still have place in American society. In fact, with the globalization craze in full heat unions are about the only political force reminding us to remember the American family.

On the campaign trail, too, Trump has celebrated his lengthy list of union endorsements. I have tremendous support within unions, he said in February. My support is really with those workers, those people the policemen, the firemen, the construction workers, the lathers, the sheetrock workers, the electricians, the plumbers.

So why, in a city with such a rich history of trade unionism, in a swing state that Trump will hope to win if he secures the nomination, bother picking a fight he looks set to lose?

Some with knowledge of the negotiations suggested it was Trumps son Eric who had pushed the companys unwavering stance. Others pointed to his carefully guarded image as a straight talking hardman that he was unlikely to relinquish for the duration of the presidential race.

But perhaps the dispute best exemplifies Trumps entirely unpredictable nature: his extraordinary ability to say one thing, and do something entirely different.

At Vargass home, as dinner was about to be served, the results from the New York primary beamed in live on the TV. As Trump celebrated his landslide victory, he took to the lectern in Trump Tower.

We have problems everywhere you look, he said. We are going to solve those problems. And one of the big problems is the economy and jobs, and that is my wheelhouse.

Vargas shook her head in silence.

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Make Your Blog Successful in 2017 – A Complete Checklist to Improve Everything – Business 2 Community (blog)

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Make Your Blog Successful in 2017 – A Complete Checklist to Improve Everything
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You invest time, money, blood, sweat and tears, but that doesn't always translate into a successful blog. The good news is that you can change things at any point. Improving your blog is something you should work on each and every month. Many bloggers …

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Ethan Coen Wants to Be US Poet Laureate in Recognition of Many a Donald Trump-Centric Verse – Vulture


Ethan Coen Wants to Be US Poet Laureate in Recognition of Many a Donald Trump-Centric Verse
Joining a rare class that includes the late Nora Ephron, Barbra Streisand, and many a college application-padding high school student, Ethan Coen is a blogger for The Huffington Post. Beginning with Donald Trump's inauguration, Coen — contributing

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Trump University: the proving ground for Donald Trump’s campaign pitch

Defunct school, now facing a lawsuit over claims it was a scam, offered the same kind of braggadocio that has propelled Trumps ascent to the GOP nomination

Long before Donald Trump promised to make America great again, he told people that he could change their lives, provide an answer to their problems and allow them to enjoy everlasting financial security.

The unsealing of hundreds of pages of documents from Trump University, the defunct for-profit school started by Trump in 2005, provides new insight into the workings of the presumptive Republican nominee. It also provides interesting parallels to his rhetoric on the campaign trail.

Trump University, which was shut down in 2010, is currently facing a class action lawsuit in federal court in California, brought by dissatisfied enrollees who claim that the school was a scam. As one former employee testified: Trump University claimed it wanted to help consumers make money in real estate, in fact Trump University was only interested in selling every person the most expensive seminars they possibly could.

In documents released yesterday in a court order from federal judge Gonzalo Curiel, internal Trump University playbooks revealed how salespeople were encouraged to sign up prospective students to Gold Elite three-day packages for $34,995 each. In a message from Trump, those who signed up were told: Only doers get rich. I know that in these three packed days, you will learn everything to make a million dollars within the next 12 months.

Potential students were subject to high-pressure sales pitches where they were told Your plan is BROKEN and WE WILL help you fix it and encouraged to put the cost of Trump courses on their personal credit cards.

Trumps language on the campaign trail offers less of the sales patter than that of a salesman for his seminar after all, he is only asking for a vote and not making a sale. But it does offer the same promises and assurances that all their problems are easily solvable.

Trumps rhetoric on the trail ranges from building a wall on the Mexican border which will be the greatest wall that youve ever seen to simultaneously offering massive tax cuts. According to Trumps tax plan, individuals making less than $25,000 and married couples making less than $50,000 will pay no taxes and instead simply submit a one-page form to the IRS stating I win. In addition to these tax cuts, Trump would also protect Medicare and social security and make them solvent without cutting entitlement spending.

The secret to these plans and many others, including bringing back manufacturing jobs to the US and bombing the hell out of Isis, is Trumps self-proclaimed ability to make deals. Just as prospective students at Trump University were promised wealth by using a Trump mentor to learn how to invest the Trump way, voters are promised that by supporting Trump instead of politics as usual, they can turn their lives around.

The question still to be answered is whether Republican primary voters will be more satisfied with their decision than Trump University students.

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