Yesterday my son was as normal as could be and then all of a sudden got really pale and very tired. Took him to hospital and they did a ekg scan and said he had a 1st degree heart block and a irregular heartbeat. He is seeing a
cardiologist today. There was no symptoms of anything wrong until yesterday. I was doing some research online and found magnesium, cayenne pepper, epsom salt and collodial gold. Anyone on here have had this problem or if your children had this any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you kindly
My absentee ballot came the other day, and this is what I did: Where there was a libertarian candidate, I voted for that one. Where there was only a constitutional candidate running against major party contenders, I voted for that one. For congress there was only major party candidates running. I voted for the one with military experience, and no party line vote history. Thought long and hard about this, but came down in the end to vote for a major party candidate instead of not voting for a congressional seat at all. It was not the republican incumbent.
Was curious if anybody else here on the dailypaul has had a child with Apraxia??? My son has been going to speech therapy and I have been buying him nordic fish oil from what I could find on the web it sounds like this is the best brand for him to take. Its a very slow process he has gotten better somewhat but still is quite behind on his speech. A lot of mumbling. He is 6 years old. So if anybody else out there has had a child with Apraxia did you try anything different with any success??
If you’re driving with South Dakota license plates, you will soon be able to whiz past red-light and speed-enforcement cameras in other states with impunity.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard, R-S.D., signed legislation Monday that bans his state's government from unmasking residents being pursued by other jurisdictions for traffic-camera-related civil fines.
The bill soared through the state legislature earlier this year with support from lawmakers fed up with a speed trap across the state line in Iowa.
Start the video at the video at 4:30 mark.
Two hundred twenty-two years ago this Sunday, on December 15th, 2013, the Bill of Rights went into effect. But the person who introduced it in Congress, James Madison, initially argued against having a Bill of Rights. Why did he change course? One big reason is he wanted to be re-elected to Congress. It was when the people demanded it that he got on board and helped lead the cause for the Bill of Rights.
And yes, the U.S. Govt. still calls it that in their documentation...it's basically a concentration camp.
The first few days I will be in culture shock, as I always am when I visit there. I have not been there in 4 yrs. I will probably post negative ugly stuff that breaks my heart and hope it breaks everyone else's too.
After that, I want to post good happy positive things about the Rez.
No WiFi there and my posts will be sporadic and probably long since I won't know when my next time to post will be.
The U.S. Poliburo Says 4 Year-Old Girl Must Destroy Her Gardenn
by SARAH, THE HEALTHY HOME ECONOMIST on AUGUST 23, 2013
With each passing day, it seems the United States of America, “Land of the Free and Home of the Brave” is becoming more and more like the Communist Russia I learned about in elementary school where people weren’t allowed to grow their own food unless the State “allowed” it.
Right now there are only 3 Republican candidates who have announced there intention to run in the OPEN U.S Senate seat in South Dakota.
Mike Rounds, former Governor.
Larry Rhoden, State Senator. And
Annette Bosworth, Sioux Falls Physician.
Inconvenient Liberal/RINO Unicorn Truth about Govt: They kill their own 'employers,' all the time.
Soon, shelter in place will just be part of daily life:
South Dakota Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson announced Tuesday that he will retire at the end of his term in 2014 as expected, opening up a prime pickup opportunity for Republicans in the politically red state.
Johnson, speaking at a press conference at the University of South Dakota, said he was looking forward to serving the remaining two years of his term and thanked his supporters.
U.S. Senator Tim Johnson’s announcement that he’ll retire after the 2014 election just made the Democrats’ job of holding their Senate majority a lot tougher.