Summertime is here and some of you are still slathering on sunscreen even though you know how dangerous it is for your health. Sunscreens cause cancer, hormonal imbalances, and other health problems. The sun does not give you cancer, sunscreens do.
Let me give you the evidence. If you look at the equator, where the sun is the strongest, the people who live there have virtually no skin cancer. The highest rates of skin cancer are in the regions farthest away from the equator. The people that get the least amount of sun are those who get skin cancer. Those who use the most sunscreens get the most skin cancer. Those are the facts. Yes, there are a small percentage of people that are in the sun without sunscreens that developed skin cancer. I’m not denying that, but the industry would lead you to believe that’s the majority. No, it’s very rare. Somebody without sunscreen, who is in the sun all day, will get sunburn. You are dummy if you do that, but it does not lead to skin cancer, with some rare exception. Why? The sun is good for you because it produces vitamin D, which prevents cancer. The sun also goes into your eye, provided you don’t have sunglasses on.
If you ever see me outside, I very rarely wear sunglasses. Sometimes when I am driving, I’ll wear them to reduce glare, but generally I want the sun on my eye because the sunrays go through and hit the optic nerve and it will then stimulate metabolism, stimulate the body burning fat, releases endorphins, balance your hormones, and has tremendous health benefits. Once you put sunglasses on, you cause all types of problems.
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June 17, 2009
by Stephen Dinan
Outspoken Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann says she’s so worried that information from next year’s national census will be abused that she will refuse to fill out anything more than the number of people in her household.
In an interview Wednesday morning with The Washington Times “America’s Morning News,” Mrs. Bachmann, Minnesota Republican, said the questions have become “very intricate, very personal” and she also fears ACORN, the community organizing group that came under fire for its voter registration efforts last year, will be part of the Census Bureau’s door-to-door information collection efforts.
“I know for my family the only question we will be answering is how many people are in our home,” she said. “We won’t be answering any information beyond that, because the Constitution doesn’t require any information beyond that.”
Shelly Lowe, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Census Bureau, said Mrs. Bachmann is “misreading” the law.
She sent a portion of the U.S. legal code that says anyone over 18 years of age who refuses to answer “any of the questions” on the census can be fined up to $5,000.
The Constitution requires a census be taken every 10 years. Questions range from number of persons in the household and racial information to employment status and whether anyone receives social services such as food stamps.
Mrs. Bachmann said she’s worried about the involvement of ACORN, the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now, in next year’s census.
“They will be in charge of going door to door and collecting data from the American public,” she said. “This is very concerning.”
ACORN has applied to help recruit workers to help conduct the census. Republican lawmakers and some public interest groups have expressed concern over their involvement.
ACORN staffers have been indicted in several states on charges of voter registration fraud stemming from the organization’s efforts to register voters last year.
Mrs. Bachmann, who is in her second term in the House, has become a lightning rod for criticism from Democrats and liberal talk show hosts for her unapologetic conservative views.
She said she considers that “a badge of honor.”
“It’s clear when a person speaks out against those policies they become a target, and that should be concerning to everyone,” she said.