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Mar 16 08:28

2 Toronto surgeons charged in probe of $200K fraud

Ontario Provincial Police say two Toronto surgeons are facing fraud charges for sums totalling more than $200,000.

OPP says the two men were working as oral surgeons in the department of dentistry at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital at the time of the alleged offences.

Police say the surgeons allegedly billed the provincial health system for surgeries at which they were not present, and added insured billings to surgeries.

Mar 16 08:05

FOOD FORENSICS: Why black tea contains cancer causing chemicals, but green tea prevents cancer

After hearing my podcast below, you'll never drink black tea again. That's because black tea is just burned green tea, and during this burning, all the health protecting antioxidants are destroyed (oxidized).

That's what "burning" is from a chemistry point of view: the rapid oxidation of matter under conditions of high heat, resulting in an exothermic reaction that produces even more heat. What's left behind in black tea is cancer-causing chemicals that have a unique flavor and taste but can compromise your health. They're just as bad for your health as other burned food items such as charred meats or burned toast.

Mar 16 05:35

Colorado juries keep letting people go for driving on weed, prosecutors and cops furious

Colorado prosecutors are getting frustrated at jurors for daring to exercise rationality instead of blindly following the will of the State. A growing number of juries are acquitting people of driving under the influence of cannabis, even when tests show they are over the state’s legal blood-THC limit.

Mar 15 13:26

Ted Cruz Goes All-In for Monsanto; Insults Tens of Millions of Health-Conscious Americans by Calling Them ‘Anti Science Zealots’

U.S. presidential candidate and Texas senator Ted Cruz went all-in for Monsanto on the campaign trail in Iowa, parroting Monsanto’s propaganda by proclaiming that GMOs are feeding the world while insulting health-conscious consumers by equating support of GMO labeling with “anti-science zealotry.”

At the Iowa Agricultural Summit, Cruz revealed that he in effect fully supports the mass poisoning of the American people with hidden (unlabeled) GMOs, cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide, farmer suicides caused by GMO crop failures and the widespread genetic pollution unleashed by genetically modified crops. “[W]e shouldn’t let anti-science zealotry shutdown the ability to produce low-cost quality food for billions across the globe,” he stated, invoking a false claim that’s actually a widely disproven Monsanto talking point.

Hilariously, in making that statement, Ted Cruz also implies that he is literate on scientific issues.

Mar 15 13:23

'Beefed Up' Genetically Modified Beagles Created by Chinese for Experiments

Scientists in China have edited the genes of Beagles in order to suppress a gene that would stop muscle growth, and instead produce dogs that develop abnormally large muscles.

Supposedly, the genetic modification is designed to help Parkinson’s research, not to create designer pets.

However, that trend towards the fanciful, too, is already emerging in this brave new world of Franken-flesh and synthetic enhancement through GMO techniques.
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Mar 15 09:41

Bee And Butterfly Populations Are Dwindling: Crops, The Economy, And The Future Of The World Are Beginning To Feel The Effects

In the quest for power and control, mankind has lost reverence for the biology and interconnected ecology that supports life on Earth. As mankind seeks dominion, he continues to separate himself from his natural surroundings, entering a state of disharmony that ultimately affects the natural systems in his body.

Mar 15 09:34

Fertilizer applied to fields today will contaminate water for decades

Nitrogen fertilizer applied to farmers’ fields has been contaminating rivers and lakes and leaching into drinking water wells for more than eighty years. Dangerous nitrate levels in drinking water could persist for decades, increasing the risk for blue baby syndrome and other serious health concerns.
Dangerous nitrate levels in drinking water could persist for decades, increasing the risk for blue baby syndrome and other serious health concerns, according to a new study published by researchers at the University of Waterloo.
Nitrogen fertilizer applied to farmers’ fields has been contaminating rivers and lakes and leaching into drinking water wells for more than eighty years. The study, published this week in a special issue of the journal Environmental Research Letters, reveals that elevated nitrate concentrations in rivers and lakes will remain high for decades, even if farmers stop applying nitrogen fertilizer today.

Mar 15 09:23

Hillary FALSELY claims Bernie was not there for Health Care

Mar 15 09:15

FERTILIZER APPLIED TO FIELDS TODAY WILL CONTAMINATE WATER FOR DECADES

Dangerous nitrate levels in drinking water could persist for decades, increasing the risk for blue baby syndrome and other serious health concerns, according to a new study published by researchers at theUniversity of Waterloo. Nitrogen fertilizer applied to farmers’ fields has been contaminating rivers and lakes and leaching into drinking water wells for more than eighty years. The study, published this week in a special issue of the journalEnvironmental Research Letters, reveals that elevated nitrate concentrations in rivers and lakes will remain high for decades, even if farmers stop applying nitrogen fertilizer today.

Mar 15 08:56

Prescription Painkiller Crisis: Why Do Americans Consume 80 Percent Of All Prescription Painkillers?

If Americans are so happy, then why do we consume 80 percent of the entire global supply of prescription painkillers? Less than 5 percent of the world’s population lives in this country, and yet we buy four-fifths of these highly addictive drugs. In the United States today, approximately 4.7 million Americans are addicted to prescription pain relievers, and that represents about a 300 percent increase since 1999. If you personally know someone that is suffering from this addiction, then you probably already know how immensely destructive these drugs can be. Someone that was formally living a very healthy and normal life can be reduced to a total basket case within a matter of weeks.

Mar 15 08:00

57 Reasons Honeybees are in Decline

By Claire Bernish

Polish scientists seeking to help save pollinators developed a method for testing the presence of pesticides in honeybees — and what they found should be a call to action...

Mar 15 07:52

Ted Cruz goes all-in for Monsanto; insults tens of millions of health-conscious Americans by calling them 'anti science zealots'

U.S. presidential candidate and Texas senator Ted Cruz went all-in for Monsanto on the campaign trail in Iowa, parroting Monsanto's propaganda by proclaiming that GMOs are feeding the world while insulting health-conscious consumers by equating support of GMO labeling with "anti-science zealotry."

Mar 15 07:52

Will it soon be illegal to discuss natural medicine on the internet? Natural cures now threaten the medical monopolies of the pharmaceutical cartels...

With the FDA ramping up attacks on natural medicine companies, and social media giants like FB and Twitter increasingly censoring discussions about natural immunity and alternative medicine treatments, it seems to be only a matter of time before the totalitarian medical regime outlaws free speech about natural medicine.

That's the direction it's all heading, sadly. And there have already been efforts to criminalize online discussions of nutrition. For example, in North Carolina, this blogger was threatened with arrest and imprisonment for advocating the Paleo Diet in text he posted online. (Yeah, government bureaucrats want to make discussions of the Paleo Diet a CRIME!)

Mar 15 07:50

Prescription Painkiller Crisis: Why Do Americans Consume 80 Percent Of All Prescription Painkillers?

If Americans are so happy, then why do we consume 80 percent of the entire global supply of prescription painkillers? Less than 5 percent of the world’s population lives in this country, and yet we buy four-fifths of these highly addictive drugs. In the United States today, approximately 4.7 million Americans are addicted to prescription pain relievers, and that represents about a 300 percent increase since 1999. If you personally know someone that is suffering from this addiction, then you probably already know how immensely destructive these drugs can be. Someone that was formally living a very healthy and normal life can be reduced to a total basket case within a matter of weeks.

Mar 14 18:19

Robo-Geddon? 6 Microrobots Move A Car 18,000 Times Their Weight (VIDEO)

We don’t want to alarm you, but researchers appear to have come a step closer to helping robots one day take over the world.

Mar 14 18:16

Feeding The Bank Balance Or Feeding The World: GMOs, Development And The Politics Of Unhappiness

Modern state-corporate capitalism is stripping the environment bare through unsustainable levels of consumption. It is legitimised by a deceitful ideology that attempts to justify and sell a system which by its very nature is designed to benefit a minority at the expense of the majority.

Mar 14 15:22

How to Dress to Avoid Suspicion, Blend In During a Crisis: “Be a Grey Man”

Mark Twain observed that “clothes make the man” – and the last man you want to appear as during an emergency is an obvious prepper or overzealous gun-toter.

Camouflauge fatigues, "fishing" vests and militia-gear will all work against your efforts, and put an exclamation mark over you while interacting with whatever remains of society, and potentially put a spotlight on your prepping efforts, your stores or retreats, and deflate your hard work to survive.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Mar 14 14:55

Why Chimpanzee-Testing In Medicine Had To End

A French man died last month and five others in the same clinical trial were hospitalized after they took an experimental drug. The drug had been deemed safe for humans after having been tested on chimpanzees in preclinical trials.

Mar 14 14:17

The Potential Problems With Artificial Intelligence

By Brian Berletic

Artificial intelligence (AI) is, simply put, intelligence exhibited by software and machines. Intelligence itself could be defined as the ability to learn and solve problems. In nature, evolution has endowed many species with intelligence, and human beings in particular with a relatively formidable ability to learn and solve problems...

Our natural, human intelligence has given rise to exponential technological progress; and, amid that progress, we have begun to create an artificial intelligence through computer science unconfined by natural evolution, biological limitations, and thus able to accelerate exponentially faster than our own intelligence has developed...

Mar 14 14:07

‘Curst Be He That Moves My Bones!’ Shakespeare’s ‘Cursed’ Grave To Be Radar Scanned

William Shakespeare’s grave is to be scanned using radar technology in an attempt to unlock its secrets. The Bard’s resting place has remained untouched since 1616 for fear a curse would be set on anyone who disturbed the bones within.

Mar 14 13:16

EPA’s Gold King Mine Blowout Was No Accident

“The EPA’s plan was to slowly drain and treat enough mine water in order to access the inner mine working and assess options for controlling its discharge,” reads the attachment. “While removing small portions of the natural plug, the material catastrophically gave-way and released the mine water.”

Lewis’ email directly contradicts Jewell’s testimony that the spill was an accident. Most recently, Jewell maintained the spill was an “accident” when Bishop confronted him with Lewis’ email. Jewell stuck to the story she gave Bishop and his committee when she first called the spill an “accident.”

Mar 14 12:39

Judge: Big Food Covered Up Spending $22M to Stop GMO Labeling

A superior court judge in Washington State ruled against the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) for violating “the spirit and letter” of campaign-finance disclosure law in that state. The GMA was found to have been trying to hide the identities of corporations that funneled millions into a campaign to defeat a 2013 food-labeling initiative 522.

This initiative mandated that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) used in processed foods, in seed products, and the seeds themselves must be labeled.

The case was filed 3 years ago by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson because the GMA had “raised $14 million from its members in solicitations for a special ‘Defense of Brands’ fund, above and beyond regular member dues.”

The purpose of the sub-organization was to be an avenue for big corporations to ensure regulations set forth by local governments would not impede on their profit margin – as GMO labeling was threatening to do.

Mar 14 12:32

SCIENTISTS HAVE GROWN 'DINOSAUR LEGS' ON A CHICKEN FOR THE FIRST TIME

Until very recently, one of the biggest myths in science was that all dinosaurs have been extinct for the past 65 million years. But thanks to new fossil discoveries that filled in our knowledge about avian dinosaurs, we now know that only some dinosaurs went extinct following an asteroid collision with Earth - others survived and gave rise to the birds we live with today. To figure out how this evolution occurred, researchers in Chile have manipulated the genes of regular chickens so they develop tubular, dinosaur-like fibulas on their lower legs - one of the two long, spine-like bones you’ll find in a drumstick.

Mar 14 12:31

PFIZER, SUBSIDIARY OF MONSANTO, TRIES TO DODGE $35 BILLION TAX BILL

Pfizer is the subsidiary of Monsanto – another company known for pulling circus acts in court and Congress in order to fleece tax payers. Pfizer’s shareholders are expected to vote on a merger with competitor, Allergan, based in Ireland, which would avert the company’s tax bill significantly. With a self-proclaimed research and development budget of $7.1 billion (based on 2003 data), Pfizer became one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical companies. Despite its US earnings in excess of $49 billion – actually below analysts’ estimates, the company is playing some interesting shell games to try to avoid paying its tax bill.

Mar 14 11:13

Hundreds of New Illnesses Reported After Gas Leak Sealed

Hundreds of residents in the Porter Ranch community of Los Angeles are reporting new illnesses after they were told it was save to return.

Mar 14 10:33

Putin: Human Evolution Under Threat By Big Pharma, GMO, Vaccines

A report prepared by the Security Council (SCRF) circulating in the Kremlin today states that President Putin has issued orders that his people must be protected from GMO “food” and Western pharmaceuticals “at all costs.”

Mar 14 10:22

Antibiotics can have severe lasting effects; choose raw horseradish or these natural remedies instead

Antibiotics should really be a last resort when you are feeling unwell, and the misuse of them is leading to more and more bugs becoming resistant to antibiotics. These "superbugs", such as MRSA, are very difficult to treat, and according to Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO, "the rise of antibiotic resistance is a global health crisis. It is reaching dangerously high levels in all parts of the world."

Mar 14 09:49

Big Pharma Frightened After New Study Shows Cannabis is a Highly Effective Antidepressant

By Justin Gardner

A new study in the journal Neuropharmacology is showing yet again the incredibly diverse ways that medical cannabis can heal the body. We already know of several physical conditions it can treat—such as epileptic seizures, Crohn’s disease and neuropathic pain—but medical cannabis is also showing promise for the treatment of depression...

Mar 14 09:40

SCIENTISTS HAVE GROWN 'DINOSAUR LEGS' ON A CHICKEN FOR THE FIRST TIME

Until very recently, one of the biggest myths in science was that all dinosaurs have been extinct for the past 65 million years. But thanks to new fossil discoveries that filled in our knowledge about avian dinosaurs, we now know that only some dinosaurs went extinct following an asteroid collision with Earth - others survived and gave rise to the birds we live with today. To figure out how this evolution occurred, researchers in Chile have manipulated the genes of regular chickens so they develop tubular, dinosaur-like fibulas on their lower legs - one of the two long, spine-like bones you’ll find in a drumstick.

Mar 14 09:25

Popular Asthma Drug Fraudulently Marketed by Pharma Companies: Whistleblowers

The limited number of patients who could be prescribed Xolair under this approval was a big disappointment. But so was the reason for the restricted indication: in clinical trials, the FDA had detected signs of early stage malignancies! The FDA also detected many anaphylactic responses (life threatening allergic responses) which earned Xolair a black box warning. Years later, Xolair was also linked to a higher risk of heart attack, mini-stroke, chest pain, and blood clots.

Mar 14 09:21

13 Must Have Homesteading Items to Survive the Apocalypse In Style

By Activist Post

Disaster prepping and homesteading have gone mainstream. Because of the growing uncertainty in the world, post-apocalyptic themes seem to be everywhere. The massive popularity of books, movies and TV shows about the zombie apocalypse, disease outbreaks, or economic collapse reflect the growing concerns of millions. In the real world, the exploding desire for self-sufficiency gear has inspired the innovation of some awesome products...

Mar 14 09:15

The Plutonium Files: MIT scientists fed radioactive oatmeal to schoolboys to see what would happen

Between 1946 and 1953, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) conducted a horrifying experiment in which schoolboys were fed radioactive oatmeal, simply to support marketing claims made by the Quaker Oats company!

The study was performed on more than 100 boys, many of whom were wards of the state and had been falsely declared "mentally retarded," according to The New York Times. The boys were recruited to join the "Fernald Science Club." They – and their parents, for boys who had parental guardians – were told that they were taking part in a study "in connection with the [MIT] nutrition department" aimed at "helping to improve the nutrition of our children."

Mar 14 09:07

Mars TGO mission heads for Red Planet on methane quest

The probe will investigate whether the methane in the world's atmosphere is coming from a geological source or is being produced by microbes.

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Mar 14 08:59

Zika, ZIRP, and NIRP Viruses

There is money to be made on vaccines and GM mosquitos, and money to be lost if sales of pesticides and other chemicals are reduced. It is clear in which direction the politics will lean.

Mar 14 08:58

7 Facts About Depression That Will Blow You Away

A silent tragedy in the history of modern health care is happening right now in America, but no one is talking about it. We have been told a story of depression: that it is caused by a chemical imbalance and cured by a chemical fix—a prescription.

Mar 14 08:36

The Incredible Brussels Glyphosate Sheep Dip

In a tale of Brussels corruption almost too crass to believe, the Commission of the European Union is ready to approve a new license for a proven carcinogen, glyphosate, despite international warnings from WHO and independent scientists that it is toxic to humans and animals. Only huge protest has forced the EU to make a surprise postponement of its planned vote to re-approve.

Mar 14 08:36

Having healthy breasts removed 'does not help women avoid cancer and may do more harm than good'

The number of breast cancer patients having both their diseased and healthy breasts removed has more than tripled in ten years though there is no evidence it increases survival rates, a study has shown.

Researchers have warned that the surgery can lead to major complications including depression.

Mar 14 08:18

Could artificial sweeteners like Splenda trigger cancer? Experts warn there's no safe dose

An artificial sweetener promoted as a healthier alternative to sugar may raise the risk of leukaemia, a study has found.

Italian researchers found Splenda, a sweetener which containing sucralose, was linked with an increased risk of this type of blood cancer as well as other cancers.

The team, from the Ramazzini Institute, called for ‘urgent’ follow up studies to assess whether the ingredient is harmful.

Mar 14 06:30

ARMY RESEARCHED WEAPONIZING OF MOSQUITOES

The March 1981 report on “entomological warfare” was prepared following research at the Dugway Proving Ground, the sprawling Utah facility where the Army tests biological and chemical weapons systems. The report examined the methods by which U.S. military members and civilians could come under attack by mosquitoes infected with yellow fever. The report notes that, according to U.S. intelligence information, Warsaw Pact nations “have attempted development of an EW capability.”

Mar 14 06:03

Obamacare Losing Enrollees: Exchange Enrollment Drops By Over 1.1 Million In Last Half Of 2015

When agencies release information on a Friday afternoon, it is generally because of unfavorable news they hope will lose potency over the weekend. On Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released 2015 end-of-the-year exchange enrollment data. After reviewing the numbers, it is understandable why HHS would want this release to attract as little attention as possible.

Mar 14 05:15

Top French Cardinal Hid Scouts Pedophile Scandal

ROME — For all those who say that the Catholic Church is doing all it can on clerical child sex abuse—namely the Vatican press office—there is yet another reason to doubt those lofty words. Meet the Archbishop of Lyon, Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who has denied he did anything wrong by hiding the well-known fact that Father Bernard Preynat was sexually abusing as many as 40 Catholic Scouts in France in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Mar 13 20:50

H&R Block: Customers paying twice as much to satisfy Obamacare penalty

Halfway through tax season, uninsured filers are paying more than twice as much as they did last year to satisfy Obamacare’s penalty for lacking coverage, H&R Block said Tuesday in an analysis that found other customers are still struggling to match their incomes to tax credits they got from Uncle Sam.

The tax-prep giant said its customers are paying an average penalty of $383 because of the Affordable Care Act’s “individual mandate,” compared to $172 last year.

That’s because the mandate, a lever designed to bring healthy people into the new marketplace, rose from $95 or 1 percent of qualified income — whichever is greater — in 2014 to $325 or 2 percent of income for 2015.

Mar 13 11:14

AE911Truth’s New Webinar Series Launches this evening (Sun March 13th, 7pm EST)

AE911Truth Webinars will be a recurring four-part webinar series with founder and CEO Richard Gage, AIA. Using a visually redesigned 9/11: Blueprint for Truth slideshow, the series will provide an overview of the evidence regarding the destruction of all three World Trade Center buildings.

The webinars are intended to greatly expand the number of people who are able to attend our presentations. The series is particularly geared toward architects, engineers, and other technical professionals who are new to the evidence, though we invite people of all disciplines and knowledge levels to attend.

Participants are not required to register. All you need to do is visit http://AE911Truth.org/webinars at the regularly scheduled times (see below).

Mar 13 08:53

Hawaii Citizens Beat Monsanto, Bypass ‘Right To Spray’ Pesticides Bill

Residents of the Hawaiian Islands just breathed a sigh of relief – literally, as the deadline passed for Hawaii’s House Judiciary Committee to hear House Bill 849, relating to Right to Farm, that would force residents to succumb to pesticide spraying without any say. All the while, companies like Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta, and BASF use Hawaii land as a testing ground for GM crops.

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Score one for the good guys!

Mar 13 08:46

Splenda ingredient, sucralose, linked to leukemia

New research shows the main ingredient in the artificial sweetener Splenda, called sucralose, has been linked to leukemia. Italian researchers published their findings in the January edition of the International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health. The study found "significant dose-related increased indicence of males bearing malignant tumors" and a "significant dose-related increased incidence of hematopoietic neoplasias in males" after being fed high amounts of sucralose for their lifespan.

Mar 13 08:33

Ex-Merck employee turned anti-vaccine activist now terrorized by Big Pharma Black Ops branch


"We may need to seek them out and destroy them where they live," wrote a Merck & Co. employee who was actively plotting to murder or discredit doctors who had voiced concerns regarding the adverse health effects of an anti-inflammatory drug called Vioxx.

Launched in 1999, Vioxx was extremely popular (with more than 80 million users worldwide), as its makers heralded the drug as being the answer to inflammation, minus the nausea that often follows with anti-inflammatory medication.

It was later discovered that the New Jersey-based Merck & Co. was knowingly selling a drug that frequently caused heart attacks and strokes in its unsuspecting victims. A study revealed that Vioxx actually doubled the risk of heart attacks and strokes, prompting the company to voluntary withdraw the drug from the market in 2004.

Mar 13 07:59

The White House has a plan in case a solar storm wipes out our technology

As astronomers continue to closely monitor the high-level activity occurring on the surface of the sun, the White House released plans in October that would respond to such an event.

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"We could start using the homeless as fuel for the power stations!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Mar 13 07:56

In 'David vs. Goliath' Fracking Case, Families Handed Major Win

A court on Thursday handed down a $4.2 million verdict—and vindication—to two Pennsylvania families who said fracking contaminated their water

Mar 13 07:22

The truth comes out: Ebola is 'for life'

New research appears to confirm what many scientists have suspected - that those who survive the Ebola virus may face serious long-term neurological problems.

A study conducted in Liberia by U.S. neurologists has found that most Ebola survivors continue to suffer from neurological damage and other health problems long after they have been declared "Ebola-free."

Mar 12 11:58

Fukushima Coverup – Radiation Still Ruining Japanese Lives

Waking Times

Fukushima was – and still is – far worse than Chernobyl. Tokyo farmland has been tested numerous times, and shown to have high levels of radiation, even though Tokyo is hundreds of kilometers away from Fukushima. Countless people have lost their houses, land, livelihood and lives while the Government continues its denial. It’s a shocking lesson about the dangers of nuclear power, and the insanity of those who would pursue profit and power over people, no matter what the cost.

Mar 12 11:09

Palm Oil And GM Mustard: A Marriage Made In Hell

The current drive to get genetically modified (GM) food crops into India is being spearheaded by GM mustard. However, the decision to sanction the commercialisation of this crop has been delayed due to accusations of “unremitting fraud” and “regulatory delinquency.”

Mar 12 09:04

Truth behind chemo: ‘These drugs were derived from WWI chemicals’

“During WWII, the Department of Defense had all these stock piles of nerve gas from WWI and they weren’t using them in WWII. And someone at the Department of Defense had this brilliant idea to try and convert this nerve gas into useful therapeutic modalities.

“Very few people realize the whole generation of chemotherapeutic drugs that are being used today – and there are over 100 of them – really developed from poisonous nerve gas developed for warfare.”

Mar 12 07:25

Shocker: After Caving To Protests, Mizzou Has HUGE Budget Gap

Who wants to send their children to a place that is unsafe and has a poor learning environment! And is and incompetently run to boot!

The University of Missouri (MU) is losing about 1500 students and is facing a huge $32 million budget shortfall four months after it attracted national attention as the site of massive race-based campus protests.

According to Foley’s letter, MU will have about 1500 fewer students in fall 2016 compared to last year, an unexpected drop that is in turn causing a big dip in the school’s tuition income.

Because of the abrupt and unexpected nature of the shortfall, Foley is taking immediate and severe steps to fix the situation: The school budget is being cut 5 percent across the board, all hiring is being frozen (barring exceptional circumstances), and annual raises have been canceled.

Mar 12 07:03

Dogs Don'tCare About The Money,All They Need Is Love!(26 pics)

I see the homeless on the road everyday in my travels,carrying what little they have left in this life in old packs and more and more in garbage bags. Many of them have their dog with them. It's so sad what we have allowed the Monsters in the district of criminals to do to us.
So many people are mean and blame the homeless for their plight. Not realizing that they are a lost job or sickness away from the same predicament. It makes me so angry that this is happening to America!

Mar 12 06:40

HORROR! Conservative Website REDSTATE Calls on Far Left Protesters to BRING GUNS to Trump Rallies

RedState, a right of center website, formerly managed by Trump-basher Erick Erickson, is part of Townhall Media.
The website claims it has three goals:
1) Educate conservatives
2) Motivate conservatives to get involved in the political process
3) Activate conservatives through RedState’s support and tools

Today Redstate called on all far left protesters to BRING FIREARMS to Donald Trump rallies.

This is a new low for the Trump-hating ‘so-called’ Conservative media.

They can’t beat Trump at the ballot box so now they want his supporters shot dead.
It’s one thing to promote an opposing candidate.
It’s quite another to want him and his supporters dead.

I do hope the FBI is notified about this threat.

Below is a screengrab from Redstate website today.

Mar 12 05:55

Opportunist Ted Cruz:"Donald Trump Is Responsible" For Organized Chicago Violence

This is quite stunning even for a politician as low as Ted Cruz. Senator Cruz has a prime opportunity to highlight the intolerance of the left. Instead he choses to attack Donald Trump:

Mar 11 23:01

Source: Clinton IT specialist revealing server details to FBI, 'devastating witness'

Former Hillary Clinton IT specialist Bryan Pagliano, a key witness in the email probe who struck an immunity deal with the Justice Department, has told the FBI a range of details about how her personal email system was set up, according to an intelligence source close to the case who called him a “devastating witness.”

The source said Pagliano told the FBI who had access to the former secretary of state’s system – as well as when – and what devices were used, amounting to a roadmap for investigators.

Mar 11 21:24

Republican Pres Candidates:Ground War With ISIS Now!

Check out the pic of Trump and the other 3 candidates....eerie!

The four remaining Republican presidential candidates clamored during their latest debate to be considered most likely to begin another massive ground war in the Middle East, this time in pursuit of an end to jihadist group Islamic State.

Mar 11 18:14

Why You Should Still Be Paying Attention to Fukushima 5 Years Later

By Claire Bernish

March 11th marks the five-year anniversary of one of the strongest earthquakes in recorded history, which triggered an unprecedented melange of disasters of human and natural causes — including the worst nuclear catastrophe since Chernobyl in 1986: Fukushima...

Mar 11 15:20

A Vote on Controversial DARK Act Looms on the Horizon

By Derrick Broze

A controversial bill that would create a federal standard for labeling genetically modified or engineered foods was approved by the Senate Agricultural Committee...

Mar 11 15:06

New Study Links Meditation to Wisdom

By Derrick Broze

Researchers with the University of Chicago’s Department of Psychology have found that meditation, and physical practices such as ballet, might lead to increased wisdom. The study, “The Relationship between Mental and Somatic Practices and Wisdom,” was published in PLOS ONE.

The researchers gave 298 participants a survey that asked about their experiences practicing meditation, the Alexander Technique (a method for improving posture, balance, coordination, and movement), the Feldenkrais Method (a form of somatic education that seeks to improve movement and physical function, reduce pain, and increase self-awareness), and classical ballet. The participants also answered psychological exams related to various elements of wisdom, such as empathy and anxiety...

Mar 11 13:19

PHARMA SHOCK: Indigestion drugs like Prilosec and Prevacid found to raise the risk of dementia by 50%

Every once in a while, attending a dinner party becomes the best thing you've done in days. Great company and amazing food are always the premise of a successful evening, but a delicious meal is not always followed by instant satisfaction. In fact, one in five Americans have to suffer the consequences of heartburn. If it's a common issue, you're already reaching for those antacids. Every drug has its downsides, but did you know that there might be a link between indigestion medication and Alzheimer's?

Mar 11 13:18

Jessica Alba's 'Honest Company' found to be peddling the same toxic laundry detergent chemical used in TIDE... turns out they failed to test their own products!

As a food research scientist and author of an upcoming book called Food Forensics, I'm totally floored to discover that Jessica Alba's "Honest Company" failed to conduct scientific testing of the composition of their own manufacturing ingredients.

Just WOW.

Alba sits atop a corporation valued at $1.7 billion based mostly on her good looks, easy public relations victories with the mainstream media and the (empty) promise that her products completely avoided using toxic chemicals like SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate), a chemical frequently found in conventional detergents. But according to an expose published by the Wall Street Journal, Alba's own products were loaded with SLS.

Mar 11 11:05

FDA Claims New Genetically Modified Anti-Zika Mosquito is Safe

By Joe Wright

Boy that was quick. Stir up a bit of fear in the media about a disease that is not even proven to be dangerous and what do you get? Several vaccine projects and mutant mosquitoes programmed to mate with Zika-carrying mosquitoes to make them sterile. What could go wrong?...

Mar 11 09:51

Scientists have managed to grow crops on Mars-like soil

In an experiment testing how well we can grow crops in space, scientists have managed to harvest 10 crops, including tomatoes, peas, and rye, from soil that mimics the conditions on Mars.

Although the Mars-equivalent soil produced slightly fewer crops than regular Earth soil, the difference wasn't huge, suggesting that, in the right conditions, early settlers might be able to sustainably feed themselves with crops grown on the Red Planet.

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That sounds good. But there is a wrinkle. Although still officially unrecognized, the Labeled Release Experiment on the Viking Landers (designed by Dr. Gilbert Levin) returned a positive result indicating indigenous microbial life is alive on Mars. The Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer returned a negative result for organic molecules, however subsequent landers showed the Martian soil to contain large amounts of perchlorates, which would have prevented the GC/MS from working at all. NASA decided to "play it safe" and discarded the LRE date and based on the now-known-to-be-false results from the GC/MS (and some political pressure to not find life on Mars) declared Mars lifeless.

So, here is the problem. If Dr. Levin is right, and there is microbial life on Mars today, we better find it and study it, to see if and how it will interact with the biochemistry of Earth plants before we start relying on crops grown in the Martian soil for survival of a colony.

Mar 11 09:08

The iPhone Is Just the Beginning: FBI Already Accessing Your DNA

By Jake Anderson

Private genetic databases like 23andMe and Ancestry.com are increasingly used by people for genealogy tracing and medical diagnostic tests. With a million customers each, the two companies receive a great deal of attention from privacy advocates, who for years warned the government would eventually seek access to citizens’ DNA in order to assist with law enforcement.

They were right, and yet another conspiracy theory becomes conspiracy fact…

Mar 11 08:43

Missing Clinton E-Mail Claims Saudis Financed Benghazi Attacks

This missing e-mail from February 16, 2013 only exists in the original leak and states that French and Libyan intelligence agencies had evidence that the In Amenas and Benghazi attacks were funded by “Sunni Islamists in Saudi Arabia.”

Mar 11 08:24

Palm Oil And GM Mustard: A Marriage Made In Hell

The current drive to get genetically modified (GM) food crops into India is being spearheaded by GM mustard. However, the decision to sanction the commercialisation of this crop has been delayed due to accusations of “unremitting fraud” and “regulatory delinquency.”

Mar 11 08:15

Leaking Beachfront Nuclear Reactor Near Miami Threatening Florida Everglades

By Claire Bernish

According to a study released by Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Monday, the waters of Biscayne Bay measured 215 times the level of radioactive tritium as is found in normal ocean water...

Mar 11 07:42

The Next Startup Fraud? Jessica Alba's $1.7 Billion "Honest Company"

But what Alba herself will have a very difficult time explaining is why, just like in the case of Theranos, her company it not only grossly misnamed, but may also be another fraud, because according to a just released WSJ expose, "one of the primary ingredients Honest tells consumers to avoid is a cleaning agent called sodium lauryl sulfate, or SLS, which can be found in everyday household items from Colgate toothpaste to Tide detergent and Honest says can irritate skin. The company lists SLS first in the “Honestly free of” label of verboten ingredients it puts on bottles of its laundry detergent, one of Honest’s first and most popular products. But two independent lab tests commissioned by The Wall Street Journal determined Honest’s liquid laundry detergent contains SLS."

Mar 11 07:23

Vaccine mafia earns 'F' in science: Australian Health Minister utters the most insanely stupid anti-science statement ever recorded... 'no risks in vaccinating children'

An Australian Health Minister named Jill Hennessy has just uttered the most insanely stupid, anti-science quackery ever recorded on the subject of vaccines. As part of her imperial push to poison and cripple as many Australian children (including Aborigine children) as possible, she has publicly insisted that there are "no risks in vaccinating children."

Australia is a vaccine police state run by pro-vaccine terrorists who threaten, intimidate and engage in the physical assault of people who speak out against the false narratives of so-called "vaccine safety." Jill Hennessy empowers these vaccine terrorists when she utters such insanely stupid statements, and she puts the lives of tens of millions of children at risk.

Mar 11 07:19

Total recall: Food industry hit hard by glass-laced products, salmonella, allergens

That diet you’ve been meaning to go on may start today, as a plethora of food companies have issued recalls because of glass and other undesirable elements found in their products. So what do you need to pull out of your pantry? Let’s take a look.

Mar 11 07:06

Documents Show TSA Cover-Up of Body Scanner Cancer Risk

The non-profit public interest research center, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), obtained documents that reveal the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intentionally misled the public about the safety of full body scanners (1).

EPIC settled an appeal for their FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) case against DHS and finally obtained body scanner radiation fact sheets. Prior to this appeal, EPIC states that the DHS’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) “withheld test results, fact sheets, and estimates regarding the radiation risks of body scanners used to screen passengers at airports.”

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So, the TSA gave who knows how many people cancer with those machines, and for all that pain, suffering, and cost, they found no actual terrorists?

Mar 10 16:45

Ditch The Soy: There’s A Lot More Risk In This Than You’d Ever Imagine

In an attempt to eat better, many people opt to replace farm-fresh eggs and grass-fed meats with tofu, mostly likely because we’ve been “fed” a line by the soy industry that it is a healthier option.

Mar 10 16:34

How DuPont Concealed The Dangers Of The New Teflon Toxin

Perfluorooctanoic acid, which has recently been detected in several states, is expected to remain on the earth long after humans are extinct.

Mar 10 16:26

The Food You Eat Determines Which Genes Get Activated Or Suppressed, Controlling Disease

Everyone says you are what you eat, but, for some reason, the majority of the world’s population seems completely oblivious to this fact. Yet pure science and simple experiments have managed to definitively prove what naturopaths have been saying for centuries: What you eat changes you, down to your very DNA. As it turns out, our diet can influence what genes are more active or suppressed. Basically, it can determine whether genes associated with conditions like obesity, type 2 diabetes or heart disease are hyperactive or functioning within parameters.

Mar 10 15:37

Union Officials Admit They Let Veterans Die Rather Than Talk To Republicans

A former federal employee union president is wracked with regret because veterans likely died at a time when she knew about gross misconduct within her Department of Veterans Affairs facility but didn’t tell congressional leaders because they were Republicans.

Mar 10 15:33

Palm Oil And GM Mustard: A Marriage Made In Hell

The current drive to get genetically modified (GM) food crops into India is being spearheaded by GM mustard. However, the decision to sanction the commercialisation of this crop has been delayed due to accusations of “unremitting fraud” and “regulatory delinquency.”

Mar 10 15:22

Total Solar Eclipse: 1000s Witness Rare Celestial Event In Indonesia

A total solar eclipse took place in Indonesia and Southeast Asia on Tuesday, and although the eclipse was only visible in a 100 mile stretch.

Mar 10 15:06

O Admits He Has ‘World’s Largest Carbon Footprint’…

President Obama once "ruefully" admitted to staff that he personally is the planet's largest source of carbon emissions...

Mar 10 14:27

Drought-Stricken L.A. Admits to Using Weather Modification “To Produce More Rain”

Mankind is no longer leaving it up to just praying for rain – technology now determines the weather.

El Niño has brought some much needed rain to California in recent months, but a Los Angeles storm earlier this week may owe some credit to unnatural modifications.

For the first time since 2002, the Department of Public Works has turned to cloud seeding, using generators to shoot silver iodide into the clouds to produce more rain.

Read more at SHTFplan.com

Mar 10 14:23

German scientists: Teleportation is possible

German physics have developed a method of teleportation at short distances on the material, rather than on the quantum level, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the press service of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. The scientists used a series of laser beams to transmit information. The German scientists said that teleportation was possible in Newtonian physics, although its mechanism differs from physics of elementary particles. "Elementary particles such as electrons and light particles exist per se in a spatially delocalized state," Alexander Szameit, a professor at the University of Jena, explained in a press release. "Within such a system spread across multiple locations, it is possible to transmit information from one location to another without any loss of time," he added. According to the scientists, laser beams can interact at a classic level using special polarizing plates that rotate at a certain speed.

Mar 10 12:56

Fukushima’s ground zero: No place for man or robot

The robots sent in to find highly radioactive fuel at Fukushima's nuclear reactors have “died”; a subterranean "ice wall" around the crippled plant meant to stop groundwater from becoming contaminated has yet to be finished. And authorities still don’t how to dispose of highly radioactive water stored in an ever mounting number of tanks around the site.

Mar 10 10:46

BREAKTHROUGH: The food you eat determines which genes get activated or suppressed, controlling disease vs. health throughout your life (the Health Ranger was right!)

Everyone says you are what you eat, but, for some reason, the majority of the world's population seems completely oblivious to this fact. Yet pure science and simple experiments have managed to definitively prove what naturopaths have been saying for centuries: What you eat changes you, down to your very DNA. As it turns out, our diet can influence what genes are more active or suppressed. Basically, it can determine whether genes associated with conditions like obesity, type 2 diabetes or heart disease are hyperactive or functioning within parameters.

It's particularly easy to ignore that our diets directly affect our health when the foods around us taste so good. General practitioners who don't take food into consideration when treating their patients certainly don't make it any easier. In this context, new studies that point to the relevance of food in connection to our DNA are an essential step forward

Mar 10 10:16

INDIGENOUS TRIBES IN PERU SEIZE HELICOPTER OVER OIL SPILL

On Sunday a group of indigenous people affected by oil spills in the Peruvian Amazon seized a group of eight members of the Peruvian Air Force who came to assess the area in a military helicopter. The natives demanded compensation for the oil spills’ pollution. In an official statement, the Peruvian Air Force (FAP) reported that both the helicopter and its crew are in perfect condition. The head of communications of the Interethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Rainforest (AIDESEP), Segundo Chuquipiondo, said the helicopter was taken so that an emergency would be declared in the 20 communities affected by the spill and not just in 16.

Mar 10 09:58

Flint’s not the only one: 6 U.S. cities’ water supplies have been inundated with lead

While everyone's been focusing on Flint, several other cities in Michigan are showing even higher levels of lead contamination in the water. With no one to hold responsible, it seems that the crisis in Flint is just about to repeat itself.

Mar 10 09:50

Three Monsanto executives accused of massive financial fraud, barred from accounting for LIFE

Monsanto has been found to have been booking revenue from this product discount program without properly recognizing all of its costs. For their part in the fraud, three Monsanto executives have been fined a total of $135,000, and two of them who were accounting executives have been barred from accounting for life. However, despite the personal penalties that the executives must pay, they will have undoubtedly made a fortune during their time with Monsanto – lining both their own pockets and that of the evil agribusiness.

Mar 10 09:20

GlaxoSmithKline Fined Nearly Half A Billion Dollars For Criminal Bribery Of Doctors And Hospitals In China

China has just dished out the biggest fine in the history of their country, and it’s being slapped down on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

GlaxoSmithKline, the British pharmaceutical giant that medical authorities trust in around the world, is now being exposed for what it really is: an institution rooted in coercion and bribery that competes for control over healthcare systems around the world.

Mar 10 08:09

ADHD is vastly overdiagnosed and many children are just immature, say scientists

Many children are needlessly prescribed drugs to combat ADHD when they are just immature, a study suggests

Mar 10 07:55

SIDS Listed As Adverse Reaction on DTAP Vaccine Insert

If you read the Tripedia insert for the DTAP vaccine, you will read the following:

Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea. Events were included in this list because of the seriousness or frequency of reporting.

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To protect their profits, the vaccine makers created a mythical condition called "shaken baby syndrome" on which to blame the deaths of babies after receiving this vaccine. Parents, already traumatized from losing their child, were then imprisoned for the false charge of murdering their own baby.

Mar 10 07:25

U.S. federal government on the verge of demanding mandatory mental health screening for teens (to add MORE psychiatric drugs to their plate)

Will screening for psychiatric illness soon join vaccines as an expected part of childhood?

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPTF) recently updated its recommendations on the screening of children and adolescents for major depressive disorder (MDD), in an article in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. The task force now recommends that all children aged 12 and up be screened for MDD as part of their regular doctor visits.

"The USPSTF recommends screening for major depressive disorder (MDD) in adolescents aged 12 to 18 years," the task force said. "Screening should be implemented with adequate systems in place to ensure accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, and appropriate follow-up."

Mar 10 07:16

Our Nation Depends on Restoring Product Liability

At the height of its power, ancient Rome created many new technologies which allowed it to become the supreme power over their portion of the world. These accomplishments included the invention of concrete, improved metallurgy, medicine, hygiene, plumbing, and sewage. As each of these were developed, Rome came to be dependent on them. As Rome went into decline, their ability to maintain their technologies started to fade. Aqueducts stopped delivering water. Public health failed. Metal rusted. Concrete cracked. Eventually the failure of those systems on which Rome was dependent hastened its eventual fall.

As Mark Twain said, History doesn't repeat, but occasionally it rhymes, and we are seeing in the United States and indeed the entire world many repeats of that same recipe for decline and fall.

The one aspect I wish to address is the current state of computers and software.

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I am reposting this because once again I have purchased a piece of computer equipment that failed right out of the box. A web search reveals many people are having the same problem I did, yet the item is still on the store racks, with the manufacturer and retailer blaming each other for the problem. At the end, I am out my money, three very frustrating hours, and still did not accomplish the task at hand.

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Mar 10 07:05

Pentagon’s War on the Earth

We are waging war. We are the Nation of War. We destroy. We kill. Everyone fears us.

Fewer and fewer admire us.

But our fighting forces—and their attendant industries which manufacture the bombs, bullets, and ballistic delivery devices—also wage a war on the clean air, clean water, and clean soil many Americans falsely regard as protected by legislation fought for by those trying to protect our environment.

Recent reports from around the country show the party most likely to toxify our land is our own military. These are just a small fraction of the reports from the past couple of weeks:

Mar 10 06:44

EPA Watch water testing initiative now opened up to the general public: Send us your water samples and we'll test for lead to protect America

Sadly, the EPA has become a corrupt, incompetent regulatory regime that has utterly failed to protect America from lead poisoning in the water supply.

In an effort to take over the job of the EPA in testing America's water supply for lead poisoning, we've just opened up our water project to receive water samples from the general public. You can now submit a water sample to us for testing, to be part of our nationwide water testing initiative. We've already received over a hundred samples and have processed the locations of a few dozen that you can see at this Google map.

Mar 10 00:14

Immigration questions swirl around KCK mass murder suspect

The Mexican man accused of five murders this week avoided deportation despite encounters with police and at least one notification that federal immigration officials didn’t pursue in time.

Wyandotte County officials confirmed Wednesday that after a domestic violence arrest last year, federal immigration officials apparently missed an opportunity to ensure the detention of Pablo Serrano-Vitorino, now accused of killing four people in Kansas City, Kan., and one in Montgomery County, Mo.

A spokeswoman for the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office said that after Serrano-Vitorino was arrested in June he said he was born in Mexico. Officials then followed the procedure for any foreign-born person booked into the jail and sent a notice to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The sheriff’s office said its records show that ICE agents did not respond within the prescribed four-hour time frame to the notification.

Mar 09 19:57

GlaxoSmithKline Fined Nearly Half A Billion Dollars For Criminal Bribery Of Doctors And Hospitals In China

China has just dished out the biggest fine in the history of their country, and it’s being slapped down on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

GlaxoSmithKline, the British pharmaceutical giant that medical authorities trust in around the world, is now being exposed for what it really is: an institution rooted in coercion and bribery that competes for control over healthcare systems around the world.

Mar 09 16:35

Pesticides And Herbicides Like Glyphosate Now Strongly Linked To Parkinson’s Disease And Other Neurological Disorders

The genes of the human race have never been under such intense pressure from their surrounding environment. Pesticide and herbicide chemicals that confuse, distort and destroy the natural chemistry of life and microbiology, are being sprayed directly on the foods that people eat. The ill effects are being measured all the way down to the genetic level. In the presence of pesticides and herbicides like glyphosate, healthy genes that were meant to be expressed are being turned off, and genes that were intended to lie dormant are being turned on. The human race is experiencing a shift like never before, and the epigenetic changes are occurring silently, without human understanding.

Mar 09 16:34

UK: Parents scared of taking their children to hospital emergency departments

Many parents are reluctant to take children hurt in an accident to the doctor in case they face harsh questioning by social workers, a survey found.

One in four are worried about visiting A&E or their GP with bumps and bruises after a genuine mishap, amid growing concern about authorities over-reacting by launching ‘unwarranted investigations’.

Mar 09 16:16

Cali Shuts Down Commercial Crab Season “Indefinitely” Cites “Naturally-occurring Toxin,” but Real Culprit Is Radiation

They're trying to blame this on global warming, BUT...

Workers in the California Fish and Game Commission have revealed to SuperStation95 that the real reason for cancelling this $60 million per year commercial seafood season is: Radiation contamination of seafood from the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.

According to these workers, who requested anonymity because they fear losing their jobs, radiation levels in local crab, especially Rock crab, were so high that officials feared anyone who consumed the crabs would suffer immediate sickness traceable directly back to the seafood. "If people started connecting the dots proving radiation in seafood was making them sick, it would utterly destroy California's seafood industry in days" they said.

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Mar 09 15:46

Wrong vaccines given out at store.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"We grabbed the wrong bottle by mistake. Instead of the flu vaccine, we shot you all up with Drano! "

Mar 09 15:30

Pesticides And Herbicides Like Glyphosate Now Strongly Linked To Parkinson’s Disease And Other Neurological Disorders

The genes of the human race have never been under such intense pressure from their surrounding environment. Pesticide and herbicide chemicals that confuse, distort and destroy the natural chemistry of life and microbiology, are being sprayed directly on the foods that people eat. The ill effects are being measured all the way down to the genetic level. In the presence of pesticides and herbicides like glyphosate, healthy genes that were meant to be expressed are being turned off, and genes that were intended to lie dormant are being turned on. The human race is experiencing a shift like never before, and the epigenetic changes are occurring silently, without human understanding.

Mar 09 15:20

There is no doubt that a 'more pharma is better' culture lies at the heart of today's failed healthcare system

Sir Richard Thompson – former president of the Royal College of Physicians, and personal doctor to the British Queen for 21 years – and five eminent colleagues, have started a campaign to raise awareness of over-medication in favor of Big Pharma.

The campaign highlights the fact that current drug treatments are often based on shaky science, and their efficiency and use are often misjudged – especially when it comes to treating the elderly.

"The time has come for a full and open public enquiry into the way evidence of the efficacy of drugs is obtained and revealed. There is real danger that some current drug treatments are much less effective than had previously been thought," Sir Richard told the U.K.'s Daily Mail.

Mar 09 14:45

30 New Jersey Schools Report Elevated Lead Levels in Water

The US Department of Environmental Protection said that increased levels of lead have been found in water sources in more than two-dozen schools in the state of New Jersey.

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"The people are crying for safe drinking water? I say, let them drink sludge!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Mar 09 13:23

8 Foods That Can Cause Depressive Episodes With Just One Serving

...However, when depression persists and impairs daily life, it may be an indication of a depressive disorder which is highly correlated with diet.

Mar 09 12:49

Hillary Pushes Clean Water for Flint, Voted for Chemically-Polluted Water for the Rest of Us

Hillary Clinton’s hypocrisy knows no bounds. And since voters apparently refuse to take her to task for such prime examples as avidly touting tough gun restrictions while receiving more funding from weapons manufacturers than any other presidential contender, Clinton’s motivation to curb the lies must be minimal. Her seeming moral outrage over the Flint, Michigan, lead contamination crisis, however, cannot be allowed to obfuscate her direct role in guaranteeing the continued tainting of U.S. waterways with a different toxin: MTBE.

Mar 09 12:24

Democrats Cover Up Role of Obama Administration in Flint Water Crisis

Both candidates sought to lay blame solely on the Republican governor, Rick Snyder, while concealing the role of state and local Democrats, including the state treasurer, the mayor, the emergency manager and the city council. They also said nothing about federal officials from Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who knowingly concealed the fact that the city was not treating its water supply with anti-corrosive agents and that lead levels in the water had made it toxic.

Mar 09 12:06

Watchdog audit finds billions in wasted dollars on Obamacare fiasco … Totally incompetent government let anyone sign up with no proof of anything

There is now yet another reason to be disgusted by the ongoing fiasco known as Obamacare: A new report from the Government Accountability Office has concluded that the federal government’s failure to properly monitor the eligibility of enrollees may have cost taxpayers billions in fraudulent payments.

Mar 09 11:58

Reel in Big Pharma! AMA calls for banning prescription drug advertising while Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take aim at ending drug pricing monopolies

To the surprise of many, the American Medical Association is now openly calling for the FDA to ban direct-to-consumer drug advertising, a deceptive marketing channel that was only legalized by the FDA in 1997.

Since then, drug prices have skyrocketed, health care costs have hit the stratosphere, and consumers are asking their doctors for an increasingly bewildering array of high-priced patented chemicals (medications) that, for the most part, don't even work on most people.

Mar 09 11:55

Oregon passes mandatory GMO labeling bill for transgenic salmon

Mankind has irrevocably altered the natural ecosystem. We've polluted the oceans, the atmosphere and the soil, we've cut down rainforests and sought to conquer even the most inhospitable of places on Earth. When it seemed that it couldn't get any worse, Murphy's Law showed us otherwise. We started playing the role of creators by genetically modifying the organisms around us. In the beginning, there were lab experiments with microorganisms. Plants soon followed and then animals. Nowadays, we're modifying human DNA.

Mar 09 11:37

Lower Rates Of Cesarean Births In States Where Midwives Practice Independently

States where midwives practice independently have lower rates of C-section deliveries

Mar 09 10:20

Bullet hole on LaVoy Finicum's truck traced to elite FBI team

This case is about to blow wide open.They let the local office issue a report saying the murder under color of law was kosher. The next day, the Justice Department announces it is investigating the FBI agents involved because they fired at LaVoy Finicum and didn't report it or turn in their guns. This is very BIG!

An elaborate computer analysis, a review of the FBI aerial video of the shooting scene and a video from a passenger in Finicum's pickup produced a result that startled the team poring over evidence into Finicum's fatal shooting that day.

The fourth round, police concluded, was fired by an FBI agent who subsequently twice denied to investigators ever firing his gun. As the investigation proceeded, detectives determined he also fired a second time, but didn't hit anything at the scene.

Mar 09 09:55

7 massive misconceptions many never question

It takes a determined spirit to weed out all the brainwashing and programming we have taken on. Many people never question certain ideas or conceptions they have.

Mar 09 09:36

Could unruly children be tamed with a vitamin pill? Pupils taking the supplement were 'better behaved at school'

A vitamin pill can improve the behaviour of unruly teenagers, a study claims.

Schoolchildren given a supplement containing a mix of vitamins, minerals and omega-3 for 12 weeks were better behaved at school, researchers found.

Experts say the findings add to a body of evidence showing deficiencies in young people's diets can contribute towards poor brain health and antisocial behaviour.

Mar 09 09:30

Number of CHILDREN prescribed antidepressants soars by 50% in seven years

Soaring numbers of children are being prescribed antidepressants, a study has found.

The number of children being given the drugs increased by more than 50 per cent between 2005 and 2012, researchers discovered.

Usage in Britain fell in 2004 following a warning antidepressants could lead to suicidal behaviour in young people.

But the new study suggests there has been a resurgence in the UK as well as in the US and across Europe.

Today, experts from the World Health Organisation (WHO) called the rise 'concerning'.

Mar 09 09:29

Does Pluto have CLOUDS? Evidence of an 'active cycle' has raised the possibility it could be reinstated as a planet

Nasa's New Horizons space probe has been travelling to Pluto since 2005, and began its first close approach of Pluto last July.

The probe has sent back images showing icy mountain ranges, blocks of ice, craters and even snow.

But the most recent development comes from a photograph and emails discovered by New Scientist, revealing the possible presence of individual clouds on the dwarf planet.

It has raised the debate that Pluto should be classified as a planet again, but physicists have told MailOnline this is unlikely.

Mar 09 09:17

Suspect in 5 killings arrested after massive manhunt

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV/AP) -
A man suspected of fatally shooting four people at his neighbor's home in KCK before killing another man about 170 miles away in a rural Missouri house was taken into custody early Wednesday morning after an extensive manhunt, troopers said.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says a man who was the focus of a Missouri manhunt after five fatal shootings is a Mexican national who was in the country illegally.

The agency said in a statement Tuesday night that Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino had been previously deported from the U.S. in April 2004. ICE says he illegally re-entered the country on an unknown date.

Mar 09 08:38

NSA Chief Warns Black Energy Attack On U.S. Power Grid A “Matter Of When, Not If”

On March 1, 2016, Admiral Michael S. Rogers, U.S. Navy, Commander, U.S. Cyber Command, Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service, was a keynote speaker, one of many the Obama administration rolled out at the 2016 RSA Conference, in order to push for more cooperation by the tech industry with government agencies, but Rogers’ warnings and predictions should be enough to convince even the most skeptical among us that a “lights out” scenario as well as a massive cyber attack on financial institutions, is not a “conspiracy” or “doom and gloom,” but is an eventuality.

Mar 09 07:42

Cannabis Showing High Positive Results for Incurable Ailments

By Paul Fassa

Not surprisingly, a survey study involving 7,525 adult legal medical marijuana patients in California determined that 92% of them claimed improved medical conditions from using cannabis. The CDC final study was based on data from the California Behavioral Risk Surveillance System...

Mar 09 07:33

Total solar eclipse wows Southeast Asia, social media

A total solar eclipse took place in Indonesia and Southeast Asia on Tuesday, and although the eclipse was only visible in a 100 mile stretch, many captured images the whole world is sharing.

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We got clouded over, so no pictures from here on Oahu. :(

Mar 09 07:17

GlaxoSmithKline fined nearly half a billion dollars for criminal bribery of doctors and hospitals in China

China has just dished out the biggest fine in the history of their country, and it's being slapped down on one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

GlaxoSmithKline, the British pharmaceutical giant that medical authorities trust in around the world, is now being exposed for what it really is: an institution rooted in coercion and bribery that competes for control over healthcare systems around the world.

According to Chinese news agency Xinhua, GlaxoSmithKline is guilty of bribing doctors and hospitals in order to have their products promoted. The verdict, established in a court in Changsha, slaps the UK pharmaceutical firm with a $490 million fine, the largest in China's history. This puts an end to an investigation that began in July of 2013. Chinese officials estimate that GSK made $150 million in illegal profits.

Mar 09 07:04

MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto

A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years.

Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a panel presentation in Groton, MA last week, specifically cites the Monsanto herbicide, Roundup, as the culprit for the escalating incidence of autism and other neurological disorders. Roundup, which was introduced in the 1970’s, contains the chemical glyphosate, which is the focal point for Seneff’s concerns. Roundup was originally restricted to use on weeds, as glyphosate kills plants. However, Roundup is now in regular use with crops. With the coming of GMO’s, plants such as soy and corn were bioengineered to tolerate glyphosate, and its use dramatically increased. From 2001 to 2007, glyphosate use doubled, reaching 180 to 185 million pounds in the U.S. alone in 2007.

Mar 09 06:08

Watchdog audit finds billions in wasted dollars on Obamacare fiasco ... Totally incompetent government let anyone sign up with no proof of anything

There is now yet another reason to be disgusted by the ongoing fiasco known as Obamacare: A new report from the Government Accountability Office has concluded that the federal government's failure to properly monitor the eligibility of enrollees may have cost taxpayers billions in fraudulent payments.

The problem stems from the inability of the system used by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to verify "inconsistencies" in the data it receives from the three agencies (IRS, DHS and SSA) responsible for determining the eligibility of applicants under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

Mar 08 20:47

Chaffetz wants to take guns away from 'Rambo' BLM, Forest Service agents

SALT LAKE CITY — Law enforcement agents with the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service are too "Rambo" to Rep. Jason Chaffetz's liking, so he wants to take away their guns and authority.

"These agents are more Rambo and less Andy Griffith than I would like," he told the Deseret News Tuesday.

"Let's not kid ourselves. The blood pressure is running high, especially in southern Utah, and I don't want anyone to get killed," Chaffetz said, adding his bill has the endorsement of his Utah colleagues in the House.

Mar 08 20:03

Intense manhunt continues in small Missouri town for mass murder suspect

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Mo. -- A massive manhunt continues Tuesday night for Pablo Antonio Serrano-Vitorino, a man authorities believe is linked to four overnight murders in Kansas City, Kan., and one more that occurred in eastern Missouri on Tuesday.

“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) previously deported Pablo Serrano-Vitorino, an illegal alien from Mexico, in April 2004, based on final orders of removal from a federal immigration judge. Mr. Serrano-Vitorino illegally re-entered the United States on an unknown date. ICE will continue to monitor this case and will place a detainer on Mr. Serrano-Vitorino if he is taken into local custody. ICE remains focused on smart, effective immigration enforcement that prioritizes threats to national security, public safety and border security."

Mar 08 18:40

1,845 Cases Filed For 'Insulting' Turkish President In Just 18 Months

They compare pics of Gollum and Erdogan side to side. My sides hurt!

from the thin-skin dept
Okay, so it was already fairly obvious that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had something of a thin skin. This is the guy who is trying to put a local doctor in jail for posting a picture comparing Erdogan to Gollum from The Lord of the Rings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEM7I5VSVjY

Mar 08 17:58

Eating Just a Handful of Almonds Per Day Boosts Diet Health: Study

Just add a handful of almonds: a University of Florida study suggests that improving one’s diet can be as simple as that.

Researchers studied the effect that the addition of almonds can have on a person’s diet quality, based on data collected from 28 parent-child pairs living in North Central Florida.

The parents were instructed to eat 1.5 ounces of whole almonds each day during the three-week intervention portion of the research period, and the children were encouraged to eat half an ounce of whole almonds or an equivalent amount of almond butter each day...

Mar 08 17:36

Only Cruz Can Beat Trump

Gun Owners of America supporting a Canadian warmonger like Cruz for US President!
Shame on you Larry Pratt!

So if you want to beat Trump there's only one candidate with the message, money, organization, and support to do it -- just as I said all along. And it's Cruz.

Mar 08 17:13

Navy Caught Conducting Secret Electromagnetic Warfare Testing in Public in Washington State

By Claire Bernish

Exposure to electromagnetic frequency radiation has been shown by medical studies and the Navy to cause numerous health problems, including corneal damage, tubular degeneration of testicles, brain heating, sterility, altered penile function, death, cranial nerve disorders, seizures, convulsions, depression, insomnia, chest pain, and sparking between dental fillings. And that list is far from complete.

That being said, electromagnetic warfare testing and training has been covertly conducted by the U.S. Navy on public roads in Washington State — for over five years...

Mar 08 16:40

Cop who killed dog entitled to $45k in back pay –judge

The POS slit the dogs throat.What kind of a Judge would give this POS $45,000!
However, Bolger’s attorney, Steve Levin, told US News that the “noose” – the dog control pole used by animal control to restrain and corral animals – was most likely what killed Nala. Levin explained that it took three attempts to corral Nala and that she was no longer moving on the third try. Bolger then made an incision to the dog’s throat and claimed it did not produce much blood, a sign that her heart was not beating.

Mar 08 16:31

Syrian Kurds say jihadists used phosphorus in chemical attack in Aleppo

Armed Islamist opposition fighters have used yellow phosphorous in a chemical attack on the Sheikh Maqsood neighborhood in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Tuesday, Kurdish militia group YPG said.

Mar 08 16:09

Ego Depletion, An Influential Theory In Psychology, May Have Just Been Debunked

Nearly 20 years ago, psychologists Roy Baumeister and Dianne Tice, a married couple at Case Western Reserve University, devised a foundational experiment on self-control. “Chocolate chip cookies were baked in the room in a small oven,” they wrote in a paper that has been cited more than 3,000 times. “As a result, the laboratory was filled with the delicious aroma of fresh chocolate and baking.”

In the history of psychology, there has never been a more important chocolate-y aroma.

Mar 08 16:02

A Bad Day For Monsanto And A Good Day For Public Health In Europe

A battle of corporate profit vs people’s needs has been fought out at the European Union over the past two days as heated negotiations took place about the re-licencing of a chemical that probably causes cancer in humans. It just so happens that this very same chemical makes millions in profit for the giant chemical and seed company Monsanto.

Mar 08 15:20

Children Are Dying From Pneumonia, But Greed Is The Real Killer

More than 920,000 children died of pneumonia in 2015, according to the World Health Organization. For 2015, Ian Read, the chairman and CEO of Pfizer who earned a salary of $23.3 million, reported that the pharmaceutical giant turned a $7.7 billion profit, driven in part by a 53 percent growth in revenue from the Global Vaccines division.

Mar 08 14:48

USW-ATI Contract Imposes Health Care And Pension Cuts, Casualized Labor

On Tuesday, the United Steelworkers (USW) forced through a contract for 2,200 locked-out workers at Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI). The contract, which will end the over six-month lockout of ATI workers in six states, gives in to all of ATI’s major demands, and in some cases is actually worse than the contract ATI proposed at the beginning of the lockout.

Mar 08 14:38

Replacement Chemical In Teflon Causing Cancer In Lab Rats – Report

The chemical GenX – used by DuPont to make non-stick Teflon cookware and other products – has caused cancer, reproductive problems, liver and kidney deformities, and other issues in lab animals, according to a new report.

Mar 08 14:07

Galactic Symphony: Russian Space Agency Releases Space ‘Songs’ (VIDEO)

Many believe there are no sounds in the universe because of the vacuum. But Russia’s space agency Roscosmos reveals in a viral video that pulsars, auroras and even black holes can “sing” their own songs. Even solar flares or large-scale asteroids’ collisions happen in complete silence, Roscosmos scientists said in a YouTube video. But “cosmic melodies” emitted by pulsars, the sun, Jupiter and its moon Ganymede, black holes, the Aurora Borealis and interstellar space have been recorded by the agency with the radio telescopes.

Mar 08 14:04

Race to the Red Planet - Russia Simulates 'Mars Landing' to Test Cosmonaut Fitness

Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko has taken part in a Mars landing experiment right after he touched down on Earth, when his almost year-long space mission ended. Scientists say they want to test humans' abilities after being away from Earth for a continuous time. The experiment named Sozvezdie (meaning 'constellation' in English) imitated landing on Mars, Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos announced this week. Kornienko, who completed his 340 day long mission in space this week, has been immediately subjected to several new tests, to see how his body functions after almost a year away from Earth’s gravitational pull. Dressed in a new version of a spacesuit, Kornienko has successfully completed a number of actions imitating landing on a different planet, Roscosmos said. The cosmonaut fulfilled various tasks in conditions simulating those of Mars.

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