Posted in Blog on July 15, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

Wonderful blog discussing the effects of Welfare fraud in America, that looks at the statistics, facts and more importantly why people really should take the time to investigate and understand what is going on in American Politics.

Spritzophrenia

What do you see when you see someone on welfare? A lazy welfare Mom living the good life, claiming more than she is entitled to? After all, we all know that welfare fraud is rampant, right? In my previous post we’ve been having good discussions trying to identify what’s wrong with the USA, and the issue of welfare fraud came up. I was curious to find out how much of a problem it is.

What I discovered is that accurate figures are hard to come by; worse, grossly inflated figures are sometimes quoted. For example, a 2003 allegation claims child care fraud was found in 69% of the investigations conducted (the original link is broken and I can’t check if anyone challenged the figure). However, the speaker was at the time the head of a collective of profit-making fraud investigators. It would be in their interests to inflate fraud figures.

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Deadlifts vs. Squats – What’s the Difference? What are the Benefits?

Posted in Blog on July 14, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

I really look up to Charles Poliquin, he is one of my many influences in training style and in my program development. He had a lot of interesting things to say about my favorite two exercises that I preform these at least 1 time each per week. Please take the time to read it and enjoy the great information presented by the genius who trained Olympic medalist in 17 different sports. – John

Squats vs. Deadlifts

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Anti Aging Report

Posted in Blog with tags , , , , , , on July 11, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

 

Anti Aging Report.

RKS Workout Week 4 Review

Posted in Blog with tags , , , , , on June 29, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

The fourth week of the RKS Workout, proved to be all they said it would be… CHALLENGING! It was by far the toughest part of the program with advanced protocols and a lot of mental toughness that required your concentration and focus. This was an intense kettlebell program that I look forward to continuing to implement into my training program. I am going to now apply it to my standard workout and see how the results transition over and see how low it helps me get in my body fat loss.

You can check out the RKS workout and get an additional 10% off using the coupon code Reynolds

THE TRUTH ABOUT OBAMACARE (Affordable Care Act)

Posted in Blog on June 28, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

What is ObamaCare?

Read it before you decide!

So what does it do? Well, here is everything, in the order of when it goes into effect (because some of it happens later than other parts of it):
Already in effect:

It allows the Food and Drug Administration to approve more generic drugs (making for more competition in the market to drive down prices)
It increases the rebates on drugs people get through Medicare (so drugs cost less)
It establishes a non-profit group, that the government doesn’t directly control, to study different kinds of treatments to see what works better and is the best use of

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Posted in Blog on June 25, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

Check out this blog by Jonny Scaramanga, who grew up a Christian Fundamentalist, it is an amazing perspective on the ACE educational curriculum, and I thought it would be worth the time to mention for others to check out.

Leaving Fundamentalism

ACE PACEs promote segregation. In the educational cartoons that occur throughout each PACE, students of each race attend different, segregated schools. It’s laid out in Accelerated Christian Education’s Procedures Manual I – Learning Center Essentials, even in the latest (2010) edition, pages 20-23. The PACE characters attend three different church-schools. White kids go to Highland, the blacks to Harmony, and the Asians to Heartsville. Vomit.

(You can also find the same claim made here and here.)

I can go one better. Here are examples of outright racism that appeared in my ACE schoolbooks. If you don’t believe me, I’ll happily upload scans of the relevant pages. You ready? Let’s go.

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RKS Workout Week 3 Review

Posted in Blog with tags , , on June 23, 2012 by John David Reynolds III

I decided to go ahead and actually cover week three as a whole as opposed to the 4 workouts because of the higher degree of difficulty as compared to week 1 and 2. If you are not in decent shape then rushing in to attempt to do workouts in week 3 could really cause you to think you would fail, and I am not in the business of making failures.

To your success follow this program at your own pace, feel free to repeat week 1 and 2 before going on to week 3.

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