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[December 17, 2012]

Most Recent Digital Newsletter from Absolute Rights Published and Sent to Readers

Austin, TX, Dec 17, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- The latest Newsletter from Absolute Rights, the freedom and rights protectors, has been released and sent to the thousands of subscribers who receive their semiweekly publications.

In the featured article of the Newsletter, contributor Joe Alton, MD, aka Dr. Bones, shares valuable information on cold and flu viruses.

"Even with today's modern medical technology, most of us can't avoid the occasional respiratory infection. Without strict adherence to sanitary protocol, it would be very easy in a collapse situation for your entire community to come down with colds, sinusitis, influenza or even pneumonia," wrote Dr. Bones.

The extensive article includes important factors with health risks and available remedies and cures, and gives a thorough education on the overall theme of staying healthy.

Brent Dickerson wrote the Contender's Corner article, which enlightens readers on his opinion about the dangerous addictions hindering the American public.

"In the United States, citizens, local governments, and even private corporations have developed a dangerous addiction of their own: an addiction to assistance and aid," wrote Dickerson.

"The Federal government deals its drug, and is all too happy to comply, because having an addict come for a fix gives politicians power. The politicians in Washington know that all they have to do to receive compliance is withhold the drug, but they don't because they too are addicted to things - money and power," the article said.

In the Crisis Ops portion of the Newsletter, Managing Editor Tim Young shared his thoughts on the current US counter-terrorism efforts, which will now include data mining to predict whether or not a person will commit a crime.

"The government is now going to take a look at all of the data they can possibly collect on even innocent Americans who have never committed a crime before in their lives so as to predict whether or not they could do so in the future," wrote Young. "This is like the prequel to Minority Report, except we won't have a hero in the end that breaks open the fallacies of the system." The last piece of the Newsletter is the Global Watch section, which takes a look at Israel and informs readers with a brief history of the region. The article was written by new Absolute Rights contributor Craig Johnson.

"With all of the talk about Israel and its importance to America in the news, I wanted to take a moment and write a piece for you detailing its history so that you could better understand one of America's most significant allies," wrote Johnson.

The article helps novices quickly learn and understand the conflicts that have made Israel what it is today, and what has led up to the current issues affecting the country.

The Absolute Rights Newsletter is sent to thousands of Absolute Rights email subscribers as part of the never-ending effort to bring relevant and captivating content directly to readers.

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