National Facial Protection Month on April, 2018: What are the greatest Republican-sponsored legislative accomplishments of the last 150 years?

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What are the greatest Republican-sponsored legislative accomplishments of the last 150 years?

Among Abraham Lincoln’s vast contributions to the betterment of humanity, one of the lesser known is his conservation record. In 1864, the first and greatest Republican president signed legislation deeding Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Big Tree Grove to California for public enjoyment and recreation.

Lincoln’s unprecedented action was the seed from which our national parks grew.

Benjamin Harrison is one of those obscure 19th century presidents who wore a lot of facial hair and didn’t leave much of a mark on history. Give Harrison credit, however, for signing into law the 1890 Forest Reserve Act, which authorized the establishment of national forests for public uses rather than pell-mell exploitation. The federal government’s forest management record has been checkered, but imagine what would have happened in the law’s absence.

The next time you go snowshoeing in the White River National Forest or rafting in the Monongahela, thank Harrison for his foresight.

In 1906, a Republican Congress passed legislation to stop looting of historically significant artifacts on public lands. The law authorized the president to establish national monuments to protect "objects of historic or scientific interest."

Theodore Roosevelt signed the bill into law and ran with it, establishing monuments protecting Devils Tower, the Grand Canyon, Mount Lassen and other rather large "objects." As president, Roosevelt established 155 national forests, two-thirds of the present system, five national parks, 18 national monuments and 55 bird and game preserves, the cornerstones of our national wildlife refuge system.

1970 was a banner year for Nixon’s environmental achievements. On New Year’s Day, Nixon signed into law the National Environmental Policy Act. Six weeks later, he put a sweeping legislative program of clean air and water, waste reduction and open space acquisition before Congress. Six months later, Nixon established EPA

John Saylor represented Pennsylvania in Congress from 1949 to 1973. Saylor kept dams out of Dinosaur National Monument and the Grand Canyon. He crusaded for protecting wild rivers and expanding national parks. And, he was the Republican co-sponsor of the Wilderness Act of 1964, one of the great conservation achievements of the 20th century.

The Alaska Lands Act is the single largest land protection achievement in U.S. history. Protection of an overpowering wild landscape of remote mountains, vast forests and free-flowing rivers was secured for future generations in 1980, thanks partly to Senator William Roth of Delaware. Later, with the bill safely passed, Roth sponsored legislation to designate the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain as wilderness, a cause he championed throughout his remaining years in Congress. Roth is perhaps better known as the author of the Roth IRA retirement plan.

Gerald Ford started the U.S. down the long road to a rational energy policy, by signing, in 1975, a bill containing his proposal for motor vehicle fuel efficiency (CAFE) standards.

Reagan championed the1987 Montreal Protocol, which Reagan called a "monumental achievement," It was the most important international environmental agreement in history.

Bush...those four national monuments that he established out in the Pacific Ocean are not easily forgotten either.

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Republicans have a pretty good record on environmental issues.

1. Among Abraham Lincoln’s vast contributions to the betterment of humanity, one of the lesser known is his conservation record. In 1864, the first and greatest Republican president signed legislation deeding Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Big Tree Grove to California for public enjoyment and recreation.

Lincoln’s unprecedented action was the seed from which our national parks grew.

2. Benjamin Harrison is one of those obscure 19th century presidents who wore a lot of facial hair and didn’t leave much of a mark on history. Give Harrison credit, however, for signing into law the 1890 Forest Reserve Act, which authorized the establishment of national forests for public uses rather than pell-mell exploitation. The federal government’s forest management record has been checkered, but imagine what would have happened in the law’s absence.

The next time you go snowshoeing in the White River National Forest or rafting in the Monongahela, thank Harrison for his foresight.

3. In 1906, a Republican Congress passed legislation to stop looting of historically significant artifacts on public lands. The law authorized the president to establish national monuments to protect "objects of historic or scientific interest."

4. Theodore Roosevelt signed the bill into law and ran with it, establishing monuments protecting Devils Tower, the Grand Canyon, Mount Lassen and other rather large "objects." As president, Roosevelt established 155 national forests, two-thirds of the present system, five national parks, 18 national monuments and 55 bird and game preserves, the cornerstones of our national wildlife refuge system.

5. 1970 was a banner year for Nixon’s environmental achievements. On New Year’s Day, Nixon signed into law the National Environmental Policy Act. Six weeks later, he put a sweeping legislative program of clean air and water, waste reduction and open space acquisition before Congress. Six months later, Nixon established EPA

6. John Saylor represented Pennsylvania in Congress from 1949 to 1973. Saylor kept dams out of Dinosaur National Monument and the Grand Canyon. He crusaded for protecting wild rivers and expanding national parks. And, he was the Republican co-sponsor of the Wilderness Act of 1964, one of the great conservation achievements of the 20th century.

7. The Alaska Lands Act is the single largest land protection achievement in U.S. history. Protection of an overpowering wild landscape of remote mountains, vast forests and free-flowing rivers was secured for future generations in 1980, thanks partly to Senator William Roth of Delaware. Later, with the bill safely passed, Roth sponsored legislation to designate the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain as wilderness, a cause he championed throughout his remaining years in Congress. Roth is perhaps better known as the author of the Roth IRA retirement plan.

8. Gerald Ford started the U.S. down the long road to a rational energy policy, by signing, in 1975, a bill containing his proposal for motor vehicle fuel efficiency (CAFE) standards.

9. Reagan championed the1987 Montreal Protocol, which Reagan called a "monumental achievement," It was the most important international environmental agreement in history.

10. Bush...those four national monuments that he established out in the Pacific Ocean are not easily forgotten either.

Any hope of getting rid of Rosacea?

Any hope of getting rid of Rosacea?

Rosacea is usually treated with oral antibiotics.

The best thing to do is to work with your Dermatologist in developing a program that works for you.

One of the best things you can do is identify the things that trigger an out break. The National Rosacea Society offers a free Rosacea diary to help you identify the triggers. Here is a link to that page.

Here are other suggestions for preventing flare-ups:

You can use creams, lotions, foams, washes, gels, and pads that contain various topical antibiotics, metronidazole, sulfcetimide, benzoyl peroxide, and retinoids may be prescribed. A slight improvement can be seen in the first three to four weeks of use. Greater improvement is usually noticed in two months.

Wear sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or higher to protect your face from the sun.

Protect your face in the winter with a scarf or ski mask.

Avoid irritating your facial skin by rubbing or touching it too much.

Avoid facial products that contain alcohol or other skin irritants. Use products that are labeled noncomedogenic. These won't clog your oil and sweat gland openings (pores) as much.

When using moisturizer with a topical medication, apply the moisturizer after the medication has dried

If you wear makeup, consider using green- or yellow-tinted pre-foundation creams and powders, because they're designed to counter skin redness.

Try not to get to hot.

Avoid alcohol.

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