From the Editor

Source: Technically Personal

By Barbara H. Peterson

It seems that people like my “Barry Soetor, Imposter in Chief, Implements Codex Alimentarius by Executive Order in the U.S.” article so well that a portion of it has been plagiarized all over the web. Just google this phrase:

“In other words, ALL prevention programs, even those outside of the umbrella of the Department of Health and Human Services, must align with CDC guidelines, which are “science-based.” What do we take for prevention? Herbs and vitamins. Herbs that you grow in your backyard and vitamins that are not approved by your doctor do not fall under these “science-based” guidelines, and are not allowed. Therefore, this will effectively open the door to outlawing ALL disease prevention practices that use herbs and vitamins not prescribed by a doctor, and implement Codex Alimentarius right here in America.”

This came straight from my June 14, 2010 article at

I guess that if you cannot write yourself, the next best thing is to take other people’s words and portray them as your own. If I had to do that, I would quit writing altogether.

While I appreciate that the information is getting out there, I would like the people who are plagiarizing to consider that I spend hours researching then deliberating over each and every word in my essays. Do you actually think that I won’t recognize my own material instantly?

Do the right thing, and when using someone else’s words, credit the source!  (more…)

Dear Readers,

Recently an article was posted endorsing Acorn, and Roosevelt’s socialist agenda. It has been removed. I in no way endorse either, and this type of article will no longer be posted to this website.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Barbara H. Peterson