Author Archives: cosmoscon

Free Market And The Price Of Oil

What in the heck is going on with the price of oil? The Economy Yes, the world economy is in the toilet right now so that has to be a big piece of this. But the world was going through … Continue reading

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LCHF Diet Can “Cure” Type 2 Diabetes

As any frequent reader of my blog can attest, I am a living testimonial of how a Low Carb/High Fat (LCHF) diet can “cure” Type 2 Diabetes. And I put “cure” in quotations because I’m still insulin resistant and my … Continue reading

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Bending The Healthcare Cost Curve – Upwards

Remember how Democrats promised us that once we passed Obamacare that healthcare costs would start coming down? I knew that wouldn’t be the case and now even NPR has to admit that Obamacare’s promises are not being fulfilled. “Gunnar Ebbesson … Continue reading

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5 Things I Learned On My Paleo Journey

It’s been 2 years since I decided to take control of my Type 2 Diabetes without the use of medicine and I’d like to share 5 things I’ve learned on this journey. Paleo isn’t just a diet, it’s a lifestyle … Continue reading

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The Real South

South Carolina has been my home since 1999 and the past few weeks have made me very proud to be a resident of the Palmetto state and more importantly, a resident of the South. People who don’t live in the … Continue reading

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Paleo Breakfast Frittata

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and I’m always on the lookout for something different and I hit the jackpot with this recipe for a Paleo Pizza Frittata over at Against All Grain blog. The ingredients of that … Continue reading

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Millennials Struggle With Obamacare

It appears that those pajama boys and Obamanation supporters, otherwise known as Millennials, are struggling to take advantage of the free goodies offered by Obamacare. From NPR: Young adults, who generally have little experience managing their own health care expenses, … Continue reading

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AGW Cult Attempts To Explain Away The Pause

The Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) cult just loves tampering with data and this latest case surprised even me. They have been very upset over one little inconvenient truth – Even though we’ve been doing exactly what the AGW cult told … Continue reading

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NPR Ignores Wildfire Data

NPR ran a story this week on the amount of spending required to prevent wildfires and as you’d expect, they quickly succumbed to the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) cult talking points. “Wildfires in the U.S. have gotten bigger, more frequent … Continue reading

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Fixing My Gut Flora

I’m going to admit right off the bat that the topic of this blog post is not sexy. It’s not even something most people feel comfortable discussing among friends, let alone strangers I’m going to talk about the microorganisms in … Continue reading

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Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before

The Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) cult is getting desperate now that their dire predictions of global warming are coming under intense scrutiny since the Earth’s temperature anomalies have been flat for over 18 years. Instead of confronting the inconvenient truth … Continue reading

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Global Temperature Update – May 2015

More inconvenient truths for the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) cult – Concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere is continuing to increase but global temperature anomalies remain flat for the past 18 years. From the Mauna Loa data, we see that … Continue reading

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The Left’s Game Plan – Blame The Republicans

If SCOTUS rules that Obamacare subsidies are illegal in states that didn’t set up their own exchange then folks in over 30 states will find that their subsidies will vanish and their Insurance plans they obtained with these subsidies will … Continue reading

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Keep Voting For Your Overlords

Tell me again which political party is racist. From NPR: The New Deal was a coalition of Northern Democrats and Southern Democrats. The Southern Democrats were segregationist, and in many cases, the Northern Democrats compromised with them in order to … Continue reading

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It Is Well With My Soul

My favorite hymn, by far, is “It Is Well With My Soul” but not just because of the beautiful message contained in those lyrics but because of the incredible backstory that led Horatio Spafford to write those lyrics. Spafford was … Continue reading

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What Does The Left Consider A Fair Share?

As tax day looms in the US, the Wall-Street Journal has this great piece about how much of the US income tax burden is shouldered by the rich. Here are the two charts from the WSJ story and they used … Continue reading

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Solutions In Search Of Problems – Part 23

Apparently all the big problems have been solved because the Obama administration has moved on to proposing solutions for fake problems: Today the White House delivered an ambitious target for cutting emissions of greenhouse gases. Those gases contribute to climate … Continue reading

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CO2 Emissions Are Flat?

The latest propaganda from the AGW cult attempts to convince you that CO2 emissions in 2014 were flat. “Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions flatlined globally in 2014, while the world economy grew. The International Energy Agency reports that this marks “the … Continue reading

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NPR Is Obsessed With Scott Walker

Don’t believe me? Check out this story about commodity prices and their link to mining equipment. Sounds pretty innocuous and ho hum – copper and iron ore are dropping in price and therefore mining companies don’t has as much incentive … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Frequent Blood Sugar Measurements For Type 2 Diabetics

In Engineering there is a saying that goes something like this – You can’t control a process if you can’t measure it. If you’re trying to control the temperature of a process output then you will fail every time if … Continue reading

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