“Upon regular ingestion of these stabilized components, I have witnessed patients dramatically improve, and in many cases, literally walk away from diseases and disorders altogether (digestive diseases in particular), several of which the traditional medical community label as “incurable” such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD: Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Heartburn, Diverticulitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Gastric Ulcers, Constipation, Diarrhea, Allergies, Food Intolerances, Lactose Intolerance, and Malabsorbtion.”
Santorum introduced the National Weather Service Duties Act of 2005   which aimed to prohibit the National Weather Service from releasing weather data to the public without charge where private-sector entities perform the same function commercially.  The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association was organizing a lobbying effort in opposition to the legislation,  but it never passed committee.  The motivations surrounding the bill were controversial, as employees of AccuWeather , a commercial weather company based in Pennsylvania, donated $10,500 to Santorum and his PAC.  The liberal advocacy group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington cited the bill as one of several reasons for listing Santorum as one of its "most corrupt politicians".  In support of the bill, Santorum criticized the National Weather Service in September 2005, saying its evacuation warnings for Hurricane Katrina were "insufficient".   
Don’t buy this book, check it out from your local library because its one thats really entertaining and informative but its not a book you will not need to reference again. Little Big Men is a real life glimpse into the world of competitive bodybuilding, not the PR fluff you get from the bodybuilding mags but the gritty stuff. If you have any illusions that you might become the next Jay Cutler, please read this book first. This book was written based on the authors experience with the pros back in the 80’s so its dated but still relevant. You can argue if its the same today and you can even argue if the authors view of pro bodybuilding is 100% representative or accurate. The truth is though that the author is giving us a glimpse into a sub-culture that very few of us would ever see or experience – I know it was an eye opener when I read it. Entertaining and informative. Definitely worth a read.