Congress is attempting to subpoena the tax records of our current president, Donald Trump. Anyone receiving more than a simple paycheck knows how complex the IRS code can be – which was created by Congress. Finding fault will not be difficult when anyone who deals in multiple properties is examined.
But is this a good idea? Who is perfect in all things? Will future presidents face a requirement for perfection in their IRS tax returns? Will a potential good presidential candidate defer from running?
The Gig Harbor Times believes the both democrats and republicans will clobber any future president with IRS tax return attacks if congress is allowed to continue badgering the president about tax returns. Do we really need a future full of income examination attacks on future presidents? When will it stop?
This post is dedicated to the idea that we can have one day this year to not drive our fossil fueled cars. It should be a legal holiday in the sense that all fossil fueled cars are required to stay off public roads and highways. (Electric vehicles, public transportation and emergency services excluded.) Oct 10th is just a suggestion.
No Drive Day can be repeated until companies provide electric vans to pick up employees, employees take mass transportation or carpool with electric vehicle owners or work from home.
Industry and business will be against this and pressure congressional representatives with a thousand reasons it won’t work. Will politicians do anything about it? Could they? Can you? Pass it on.
” Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution. “ – Albert Einstein
University of Minnesota Medical School researchers “showed it was possible to reduce the burden of damaged cells, termed senescent cells, and extend lifespan and improve health, even when treatment was initiated late in life. They now have shown that treatment of aged mice with the natural product Fisetin, found in many fruits and vegetables, also has significant positive effects on health and lifespan.
As people age, they accumulate damaged cells. When the cells get to a certain level of damage they go through an aging process of their own, called cellular senescence. The cells also release inflammatory factors that tell the immune system to clear those damaged cells. A younger person’s immune system is healthy and is able to clear the damaged cells. But as people age, they aren’t cleared as effectively. Thus they begin to accumulate, cause low-level inflammation and release enzymes that can degrade the tissue.
Robbins and fellow researchers found a natural product, called Fisetin, reduces the level of these damaged cells in the body. They found this by treating mice towards the end of life with this compound and see improvement in health and lifespan. The paper, “Fisetin is a senotherapeutic that extends health and lifespan,” was recently published in EBioMedicine.“