Oct 05 11:29

Extreme weather weekend: 9 killed in S. Carolina flooding, Bahamas slammed by Hurricane Joaquin

Nine people were killed in unprecedented flooding in South Carolina, Governor Nikki Haley said. Flooding in South Carolina is so serious that President Obama declared a statewide emergency.
Strongest tropical storm in history Mujigae wreaks havoc in China, at least 7 killed (VIDEO)
Typhoon Mujigae is reportedly the most powerful tropical storm in history according to the Guangdong Provincial Meteorological Bureau. It made landfall in the province of Guangdong and also unleashed tornados, which were recorded in Foshan and Guangzhou.

Oct 05 11:01

New test detects all viruses that infect people and animals

A new test detects virtually any virus that infects people and animals, according to research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where the technology was developed.

Oct 05 10:30

The Cold Truth About Susan G. Komen and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Rick Simpson, who pioneered curing cancer with cannabis, discovered a shocking insight while attempting to share his discoveries with the Canadian government. He realized that government resistance wasn’t about using the illegal substance of THC hemp. It was simply that the cancer industry doesn’t want a cure!

There would be too much money lost, an economic resource vacuum. And the financial downturn wouldn’t be restricted to Big Pharma and the oncologists who deliver chemo. There are many affiliated medical enterprises involved with the trillion dollar cancer industry.

Big Pharma and government grant research funds to universities would dry up. Radiation treatment equipment leasing and sales would come to a halt. And those cancer fund raisers would have to call it quits.

Oct 05 10:02

Russia tightly shut the sky over Syria for any aircraft, except its own

If the Pentagram gets us into a war with Russia,Putin will hand the Pentagram it's big fat criminal ass!The US can't find the Russian radars!

In the Saudi paper on Friday, October 2 appeared an interview with former U.S. Colonel Jack Jacobs, who announced that the United States can't stop the Russians in Syria, as Russia has set up a no-fly zone.. This means that any military aircraft entering the combat zone, may be immediately shot down as a threat to the Russian airspace forces.

A source in military circles of the American military in Turkey reported that NATO aircraft, trying to get close to the forces of the Russian Federation,has been identified by radar, and the source of the radar could not even be traced.

"The Russians have indicated that they can see everything, and getting closer is not worth it, otherwise it will be shot down", - said the American military.

Oct 05 09:28

Law fails to prevent ‘extremely cruel’ testing on monkeys, campaigners claim

Laws aimed at preventing scientific testing on laboratory monkeys are not stopping many animals being subjected to “distressing, invasive and harmful” experiments, an animal rights group has claimed.

Oct 05 09:14

16 countries to refuse from growing GM products

As many as 16 countries of the European Union have announced their decision to opt out of GM crops. The countries will no longer be cooperating with GMO produce of such major companies as Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta and Pioneer, reports. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Bulgaria and Cyprus have recently filed their requests and applications, increasing the number to 16. In August, Scotland publicly said it would prohibit GMO crops out of concern that they could damage the country's "clean and green" brand. "Scotland is known around the world for our beautiful natural environment - and banning growing genetically modified crops will protect and further enhance our clean, green status," Rural affairs secretary Richard Lochhead said in a statement at the time. "A growing number of governments are rejecting the commission's drive for GM crop approvals," Greenpeace's E.U. food policy director Franziska Achterberg told the Guardian. "They don't trust the E.U.

Oct 05 09:14

Opt-Outs Abound as Majority of EU Says No to GMOs

On the eve of the European Union’s deadline for member states and territories to declare their stance on allowing or banning genetically modified (GM or GMO) crops, more than half of EU countries are asking to opt out—a total of 15 out of 28 members, according to the latest count by the European Commission.

Oct 05 08:24

Two thirds of EU states reject GMO crops, file cultivation opt-out requests

Two thirds of EU states have requested to be allowed to ban the growing of genetically modified crops in their countries, choosing the “opt-out” clause of a European Commission rule that allows members to override EU-wide GMO approvals.

Oct 05 08:06

GMO Anti-Labeling Law Heads to Senate After House Approval

Tuft University's Tim Wise says in the face of uncertain science what's needed is more science not deregulation

Oct 05 07:44

GMO Propaganda and the Sociology of Science

At the heart of this new rhetoric by Monsanto is the popularity of technology and the status of science in our society. However, science and technology are not equivalent. Science is the systematized study of knowledge, while technology merely applies that knowledge – for good or for ill. Science and technology are all too often conflated both by the public and by scientists themselves. It cannot be overstated that upstream technological scientists are prioritized and favored while downstream toxicologists and the like are continuously monitored and intimidated because they threaten industry. (See Drs. Tyrone Hayes, Ignatio Chapela, and Gilles-Éric Séralini for just a few well-know examples of attacks on downstream scientists.) While downstream science, which may point out frightening truths about risks, can be unpleasant, upstream science is often full of the wonder and excitement of technology. The conflation of science and technology has been exploited by the GMO industry to support the acceptance of their products under the guise of scientific authority.

Oct 05 06:35

Russian-made fighter jet harasses Turkish F-16s over Turkey’s Syrian border

The Russians haven't deployed Mig-29's to Syria!

A Russian-made MIG-29 fighter jet put two Turkish F-16 jets under radar lock on Turkish-Syrian border on Monday, the Turkish military has announced.

In a written statement issued on its website on Monday, the military said 10 F-16s scrambled to patrol the Turkish-Syrian border. During this mission, a MIG-29 placed two Turkish F-16s under radar lock for five minutes and 40 seconds. The military said it has not yet determined which country the MIG-29 belongs to.

Oct 05 05:32

Palestinians report more than 100 wounded after violent clashes erupt in West Bank

Violent clashes broke out Sunday morning across the West Bank between Palestinian youths and Israeli security forces.

Palestinians report that since the terrorist attacks in Jerusalem's Old City, in which Nehemia Lavie and Aharon Benita were killed and two were wounded, in addition to a separate attack that left a 15-year-old teen wounded, more than 100 Palestinians were wounded by gunfire and teargas in clashes with the army. Palestinians also report attacks by settlers. Demonstrators are protesting the Israel Police ban on non-resident Palestinians from entering the Old City.

Oct 05 05:11

Role Reversal in the New Cold War

This past weekend marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the reunification of Germany, an event that formalized the end of the cold war. The so-called “German Democratic Republic,” one of the most repressive of the Soviet-imposed regimes established in the wake of World War II, was no more. It imploded without a shot being fired.

The largely bloodless revolution that swept across Eastern Europe, toppling Communist dictatorships from Berlin to Budapest, soon penetrated the epicenter of the “evil empire” itself – and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics evaporated like mist on a sunlit morning. It was the end of the cold war, and peoples all over the world breathed a joyful sigh of relief – and yet that joy was not shared by all.

Oct 05 05:03

Trump:Middle East Would Be More Stable With Saddam and Gadhafi

Donald,They know exactly who they are training,arming and supporting!

Says Ousting Assad In Syria 'Going to Be the Same Thing'
by Jason Ditz, October 04, 2015
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Speaking today on NBC’s Meet the Press, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump cautioned against further intervention in Syria, noting that the US largely has no idea who these rebels they’ve been funding and arming are, and predicting that Syria would go the way of Libya and Iraq, toward more chaos, if Assad was ousted.

Oct 05 05:03

(*Boston sportscasting icon) Bob Lobel: Medical marijuana saved me from addiction

The 71-year-old longtime television reporter and anchor has dealt with chronic pain for years
“My issue was strictly pain,” he said. “I didn’t want to take any more OxyContin or oxycodone or Percocet, for a variety of reasons. The biggest thing I was worried about was addiction. But they also made me tired and it was hard to function and I couldn’t go on TV all drugged up.”
“It’s more than a reasonable alternative (to opioids) once you get past the stigma like you’re under a railroad bridge smoking pot,” Lobel said. “It’s not perfect, and I still need to learn more about what works best for me. I just feel like it’s a positive once you get past the word ‘marijuana.’

“I am not saying it’s the be-all and end-all,” he added. “But, in terms of pain relief … it really helps.”

Oct 04 22:38

Pictorial Essay: 18 Things I Did That My Grand-Kids Can't Do Without Being Arrested

WE ARE RAISING A NATION OF WEENY-FIED CHILDREN!! Yes, we are! And, we will eventually pay the price. EVERY one of the actions below in today’s ‘Murika is frowned upon, downright illegal or, subjects you parents to a visit from the State Gestapo, aka Child Protective Services.

Oct 04 20:42

Oregon shooter: New details emerge about Chris Harper-Mercer

I smell a rat!

There are a number of indications that Harper-Mercer had mental health or behavioral issues. His screen name on some social media sites was "lithium love." Lithium is used as a psychiatric medication.

Harper-Mercer graduated from The Switzer Learning Center in 2009, according to a graduation listing in The Daily Breeze newspaper. Switzer Center is a private, nonprofit school in Torrance, California, geared for special education students with a range of issues from learning disabilities, health problems and autism or Asperger's Disorder, according to the school's website.

A neighbor told The New York Times that Harper-Mercer's mother had told a neighbor, "My son is dealing with some mental issues," and was intolerant of roaches that had infested the building.

Oct 04 20:28

ISIS terrorists blow up iconic 2,000yo Arch of Triumph in Palmyra

The iconic arch at the UNESCO heritage site in Syria’s Palmyra has been blown up by ISIS jihadists engaged in a “cultural cleansing” of the Middle East. The latest grievous loss of an ancient artifact was confirmed to Reuters by Syria's antiquities chief.
Islamic State

READ MORE: ISIS trafficking of Syrian artifacts needs urgent countermeasures – UNESCO chief

Sources in Palmyra confirmed that the iconic Arch of Triumph, a centerpiece of the ancient ruins in the oasis city, had been blown up, Maamoun Abdulkarim told Reuters.

Oct 04 19:33

POLL: Is the U.S. helping ISIS to topple Assad?

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Oct 04 19:22

Pentagon defends armored vehicles supplied to Peshmerga after Fox News exposé

They forgot to include the side armor! Palm! Forehead! Decent interval!

WASHINGTON DC – The Pentagon declared that mine-resistant vehicles supplied to Kurdish Peshmerga forces provide “significant” protection, after a US television channel reported they lack side armor and that riding them was “suicide.”

Oct 04 15:32

Startling viral video shows lake drying up in drought-ridden California

"I've been collecting and assembling these since March of 2015 through August 2015 showing the effects of the drought in California is having on our reservoirs," Sacramento resident Ryan Griffith said in his Facebook post.

Oct 04 11:29

Man Arrested and Sentenced to 6 Months in Jail for Having Windmill on His Property

For more than a year, we have been following the story of a Minnesota man, Jay Nygard, who is routinely risking jail time because he refuses to remove a wind turbine from his property

Oct 04 11:14

Pediatrician Admits ADHD is ‘Made Up,’ Prescribes Meds Anyway

With the guise of improving academic achievement, doctors like Dr. Michael Anderson are prescribing drugs like Adderall to children with self-admitted, ‘made-up’ ADHD diagnoses.

Adderall is a dangerous stimulant, but Dr. Anderson, a pediatrician for many poor families in Cherokee County, north of Atlanta, prescribes Adderall whether his patients have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or not when he hears they are suffering in school. He admits the disorder is ‘made up’ and prescribes the drugs anyhow, but usually only to children in low income schools with the explanation that they need to be drugged to keep up with children who perform better academically.

In a New York Times article, Anderson says:

“I don’t have a whole lot of choice. We’ve decided as a society that it’s too expensive to modify the kid’s environment. So we have to modify the kid.”

Oct 04 11:02

Woman Paralyzed After Flu Shot Receives $11 Million for Treatment

Lehigh Valley’s “The Morning Call” in Allentown, Penn. profiles the case of Sarah Behie, whose symptoms began three weeks after she got a flu shot. Eventually, the 20-year old’s condition deteriorated until she was partially paralyzed and living in hospitals and nursing homes from a neurological condition called Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare but recognized and devastating side effect from vaccinations. Behie now has no use of her legs and lacks upper body strength. She cannot feed or clothe herself. She’s 24.

Oct 04 09:14

Staged ISIS Execution Video leaked by hackers

Published on Jul 12, 2015

A group of Russian hackers called Cyber Berkut have released a video showing a staged ISIS beheading, hacked from an electronic device from one of the staff of U.S. Senator John McCain. The fake ISIS execution appears to take place inside a film studio and shows a ‘prisoner’ (played by an actor) going through the motions of being ‘executed’ in front of several video cameras.

Another actor is dressed as an ISIS executioner who puts a knife to the throat of the prisoner and goes through the motions of cutting him.

Oct 04 09:07

FLASHBACK: British SAS Special Forces “Dressed Up as ISIS Rebels” Fighting Assad in Syria

On August 2, Britain’s Sunday Express newspaper headlined “SAS dress as ISIS fighters in undercover war on jihadis,” saying:

“More than 120 members belonging to the elite regiment are currently in the war-torn country” covertly “dressed in black and flying ISIS flags,” engaged in what’s called Operation Shader – attacking Syrian targets on the pretext of combatting ISIS.

Maybe covert US special forces and CIA elements are involved the same way. During Obama’s war on Libya, Britain deployed hundreds of Special Forces Support Group (SFSG) paratroopers – drawn from SAS (Special Air Service) and SBS (Special Boat Service) personnel.

Around 800 Royal Marines and 4,000 US counterparts were on standby to intervene on short notice if ordered.

Oct 04 08:42

Is Hillary Clinton America's Most Ambitious Sociopath?

In many ways, Hillary Rodham Clinton is an ordinary American woman with an ordinary American family. She's a loyal wife (to a sex-maniac ex-president), a caring mother (to a daughter who married a hedge fund), and a connoisseur of expensive, shiny objects (given to her by medieval dictators). Simply put, Hillary Clinton is as American as apple pie-induced diabetes, and this is why responsible Democrats will vote for her in the upcoming “Banker's Choice Awards” in November, 2016.

Oct 04 08:24

Crow Tries to Fight Eagle, Gets Free Ride Instead

We have a lot of Bald Eagles where I live. I was out for a walk and saw a Bald Eagle sitting on top of a high tension power tower. Twenty feet below him was a Raven cleaning himself. The Eagle swiveled around and sprayed that Raven with copius quantities of Bald Eagle poop. The Moral of the story....,don't sqwauk at a Bald Eagle cause he will poop all over you!Other wise the Eagle may let you hitch a ride!
By Maya Wei-Haas, National Geographic

PUBLISHED July 02, 2015

In another instance of one animal riding on another, photos from California-based photographer Phoo Chan show a crow nestled on a flying eagle's back. But the crow was likely looking to do more than catch a lift.

Oct 04 07:34

Craig McKee explains logistics of mailing out AE911 Truth's booklet "Beyond Misinformation" to 20,000 specially selected recipients including NIST engineers

AE911Truth operations manager Andy Steele and volunteers Josh Ewing and Chris Kendall, who were responsible for building the distribution list for the mailing, had to be really creative as they went about finding contact information for the most influential people in government, media, academia, and professional associations and firms.

"These are the opinion makers and the news makers in their fields," Steele points out. "Now they can no longer claim ignorance of the evidence or turn a blind eye to the crime of the century, which is a cover-up of the fact that three buildings were brought down in controlled demolitions that day."

A particular challenge for Steele et al. was getting the booklet to the individuals who worked on the 9/11 official reports published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Oct 04 07:26

Can DIYbio Save Canada's Salmon?

By Brian Berletic

Do-it-yourself biology and open source biotech has been gaining ground as the next breakout technology for local hackers and makers. Just like 3D printing, what at first seemed like a novelty is quickly transforming into a set of practical tools and techniques communities can use to enhance their understanding and control over their lives and their living surroundings.

A 2013 documentary titled Salmon Confidential followed biologist Alexandra Morton as she sought the cause of massive die-offs of British Columbia's wild salmon. Suspecting salmon farms located along the migratory routes of wild salmon may be spreading contagions among wild populations, she and an army of volunteer DIY-biologists examined fish, collected samples, and sent them off to labs for analysis...

Oct 03 20:31

Rats surrender in droves. Syria war to be over in months.

Roughly seven hundred armed militants and criminals surrendered themselves to the local authorities in the Syrian Daraa Governorate that is situated next to the border with Jordan in the last two days.

Oct 03 20:04

Sleeping With the Devil: How U.S. and Saudi Backing of Al Qaeda Led to 9/11

We Created Al Qaeda to Fight the Soviets in Afghanistan

Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski admitted on CNN that the U.S. organized and supported Bin Laden and the other originators of “Al Qaeda” in the 1970s to fight the Soviets.

Brzezinski told Al Qaeda’s forefathers – the Mujahadin:

We know of their deep belief in god – that they’re confident that their struggle will succeed. That land over – there is yours – and you’ll go back to it some day, because your fight will prevail, and you’ll have your homes, your mosques, back again, because your cause is right, and god is on your side.

Oct 03 19:58

How The US Helped To Create Al Qaeda and ISIS

by Garikai Chengu

Much like Al Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS) is made-in-the-USA, an instrument of terror designed to divide and conquer the oil-rich Middle East and to counter Iran’s growing influence in the region.

The fact that the United States has a long and torrid history of backing terrorist groups will surprise only those who watch the news and ignore history.

Lest we forget, the CIA gave birth to Osama Bin Laden and breastfed his organization during the 1980?s. Former British Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, told the House of Commons that Al Qaeda was unquestionably a product of Western intelligence agencies. Mr. Cook explained that Al Qaeda, which literally means an abbreviation of “the database” in Arabic, was originally the computer database of the thousands of Islamist extremists, who were trained by the CIA and funded by the Saudis, in order to defeat the Russians in Afghanistan.

Oct 03 09:47

After decades of cover-up, NASA finally admits water flows on Mars

After decades of ignoring or denying the growing evidence of liquid water on Mars, NASA has finally admitted that water does indeed flow across the surface of the Red Planet.

Oct 03 09:20

The Folly of Big Science Awards

The Nobel, along with the Dickson, Lasker-DeBakey, Canada Gairdner and other major awards, honors the scientists who are usually in the least need of recognition and funding, which squeezes out opportunities for other scientists.

More important, by emphasizing the importance of scientific breakthroughs — serendipitous occurrences that rely on decades of research — these prizes play down, and diminish, the way that great medical advances build on one another.

Oct 03 09:04


Dramatic increases in exposure to toxic chemicals in the last four decades are threatening human reproduction and health, according to the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO), the first global reproductive health organization to take a stand on human exposure to toxic chemicals.

The opinion was written by obstetrician-gynecologists and scientists from the major global, US, UK and Canadian reproductive health professional societies, the World Health Organization and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

FIGO, which represents obstetricians from 125 countries and territories, published the opinion in theInternational Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics on Oct. 1, 2015, just prior to its Oct. 4 to 9, 2015, world congress in Vancouver, BC, where more than 7,000 clinicians and scientists will explore global trends in women’s health issues.

Oct 03 08:48

‘Minority Report’ Is 40 Years Ahead of Schedule: The Fictional World Has Become Reality

snip: Police departments around the country have begun using the Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System, or MORIS, a physical iPhone add-on that allows police officers patrolling the streets to scan the irises and faces of suspected criminals and match them against government databases. In fact, in 2014, the FBI launched a nationwide database of iris scans for use by law enforcement agencies in their efforts to track criminals.

Oct 03 08:07

Russian Air Force decimating terrorist command centers, bunkers, camps, workshops – Defense Ministry

Quite a contrast! Russia bombs the US funded,armed and trained terrorists into oblivion while the US bombs hospitals! Russia does surgical strikes while the USAF kills surgeons,patients and medical staff!

Surgical airstrikes by Russian fighter jets have knocked out a number of Islamic State installations in Syria, including the battle headquarters of a jihadist group near Raqqa, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.

“Over the past 24 hours, Sukhoi Su-34 and Su-24M fighter jets have performed 20 sorties and hit nine Islamic State installations,” Igor Konashenkov, Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman, reported.

Oct 03 07:55

9 MSF staff, 7 patients killed in suspected US airstrike in Kunduz, Afghanistan

Typical mass murder by the United States Military. Over and over again the US Military commits the most horrible warcrimes.
The Russians under Putin kill terrorists(funded by the US),The US Military bombs hospitals,schools,wedding parties ECT.,ECT.,ECT.!
As an American I am ashamed at what horrible country this has become!

A hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz has been hit and partially destroyed in an overnight “aerial attack” that killed at least nine Medecins Sans Frontieres staff. NATO has admitted a US airstrike may have caused accidental “collateral damage.”

Follow LIVE UPDATES on suspected US bombing of hospital in Kunduz

US forces conducted an airstrike in Kunduz at 2:15am on Saturday, said NATO coalition spokesman Colonel Brian Tribus.

“The strike may have resulted in collateral damage to a nearby medical facility,” he said. “This incident is under investigation.”

Oct 02 23:45

A Petticoat Military: Comedy in Uniform

We need a bizarre tag Mike! Check the pics out.This is the military that is picking a fight with Russia.We are in a heapa trouble!

The military, once again, puts women into jobs the cannot do–this time, the Army’s Rangers–to advance the careers of political generals–among others, Maj Gen. Scott Miller, who oversees Ranger School. Or what used to be Ranger School.

The Army cheated, says Keating: lowered standards to be politically correct and keep feminists happy. This, as the Army knows, and everyone who has been in combat knows, as well as most people who have been in the field military, is a terrible idea.

The Army forces soldiers to wear pregnancy-simulators to teach them empathy–or so say feminists, but clearly the dykes enjoy humiliating the poor suckers. What must the Taliban think?

Oct 02 19:34

Cuba Developed a $1 Lung Cancer Vaccine but We Can’t Have It

Waking Times

Most people would be quite surprised to learn that there is a vaccine for lung cancer, one which has been proven effective in over 25 years of intense research and several years of clinical use. So why is most of the world only learning about it now? The answer is complicated by back-room dealings in the dark recesses of government, and by the unhealthy influence that pharmaceutical companies have on the availability of life-saving medications.

Oct 02 18:38

Meet the sleazy Monsanto operatives pretending to be journalists for Discover, Slate, The Washington Post and the New York Times

These Monsanto operatives pretending to be journalists write for The Washington Post, New York Times, Discover, Slate, Nature and various "science" websites. Many of them openly admit to being paid by Monsanto and gladly accepting the money. Then they turn around and write stories attacking clean food activists or hawking whatever GMO propaganda Monsanto is pushing that day.

It's all coordinated by sleazebag Monsanto front men like Jon Entine, a man seething with so much evil that he tried to strangle his wife in front of their own daughter, and installed surveillance equipment to spy on her activities in their own home, according to court documents published here on Natural News.

Oct 02 18:14

SU-25 Frogfoot-Flying Tank (Russian)

Russian Ground attack plane being used in Syria.

SU-25 Frogfoot-Ground Attack Aircraft-Russian Air Force, Belarusian Air Force, Ukrainian Air Force-Single seat close support aircraft-Russian Forces nicknamed it Grach (Rook).

Oct 02 16:44

Opt-Outs Abound as Majority of EU Says No to GMOs

On the eve of the European Union's deadline for member states and territories to declare their stance on allowing or banning genetically modified (GM or GMO) crops, more than half of EU countries are asking to opt out—a total of 15 out of 28 members, according to the latest count by the European Commission.

Oct 02 15:04

Oregon college shooting updates: Gunman Chris Harper-Mercer killed 9, injured 9

Chris Harper-Mercer, the gunman who attacked Umpqua Community College and killed nine people, had long struggled with mental illness and was described as a "hate-filled" individual with anti-government, anti-religious and white supremacy leanings, sources said.

Oct 02 14:56

John Hancock - Smuggling Powerhouse

My kind of American!

John Hancock did not directly participate in the Boston tea party. But he stood to lose the most from the East India Company imports of English tea to Boston. On the other hand Samuel Adams who led the Mohawks aboard the British ships was so close to John Hancock that Bostonians even joked that "Sam Adams writes the letters [to newspapers] and John Hancock pays the postage". You do the math.

After he inherited a fortune in his mid-20s, this elegant dandy nearly single-handedly bankrolled the early protests in Boston.

Oct 02 14:41

New Test Detects All Viruses That Infect People And Animals

A new test detects virtually any virus that infects people and animals, according to research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where the technology was developed. Many thousands of viruses are known to cause illness in people and animals, and making a diagnosis can be an exhaustive exercise, at…

Oct 02 14:35

West should compensate Russia for fighting terrorists in Syria: Pundit

The United States and its Western allies should compensate Russian President Vladimir Putin for the costly military intervention to destroy terrorist groups operating in Syria, a writer and activist based in Boston says.

Russia has carried out airstrikes since Wednesday against the Daesh Takfiri terrorists (ISIL or ISIS) near the city of Homs in western Syria.

The Russian strikes have drawn criticism from Western governments and their allies in the Middle East, which have been supporting the militants operating in the region.

Moscow is “helping an ally who is under attack from a foreign mercenary army,” Daniel Patrick Welch told Press TV on Friday.

“Will it be expensive? Yes it’ll be expensive but the West should pay Putin back because this is their genie that they let out of the bottle and they can’t quite get back in,” Welch said.

Oct 02 13:33

VW tests U.S. enforcers’ fairness to foreign firms

Volkswagen picked the wrong market for its emissions trickery. The German carmaker has skidded into the U.S. legal system, which extracts bigger fines and more guilty pleas from overseas companies than American counterparts. Differences in the cases may explain the discrepancy. But any prosecutorial bias may attract as much scrutiny as VW’s dirty tricks.

The company should, of course, expect a painful reckoning. Rigging 11 million diesel-powered automobiles worldwide to fool environmental tests is a serious offense, no matter the jurisdiction.

Oct 02 13:22

First of Its Kind Study Finds Virtually No Driving Impairment Under the Influence of Marijuana

As cannabis prohibition laws crumble seemingly by the day, it’s allowing more research to be performed on this psychoactive substance that has long been a part of the human experience.

Oct 02 11:23

Michelle Obama's Shocking Admission: "Who Cares What You're Eating? I Don't Care."

First Lady Michelle Obama, infamous for her much-maligned school lunch program, inadvertently let a tidbit of truth slip out during a panel discussion last week with actress Charlize Theron and others about the importance of girls' education.

Oct 02 11:04

Influx of Illegal Aliens Could Give NWO Excuse to Force Vaccinate

• 1916 polio outbreak provides a clue to New World Order’s plan.

• Is polio really dead in America?

On August 27, news broke that a 30-year-old British man has been excreting a highly virulent, mutated strain of the poliomyelitis (polio) virus for most of his life as a result of childhood polio vaccinations he received. The man has an immune suppressive condition, limiting the ability of his immune system to kill viruses in his stomach.

Oct 02 10:38

Chicken Little Al Gore Renews Climate Change Lie

Air so hot it melts airport runways. Floodwaters rise up to crumble roads and bridges. Methane gas billows up from the earth blowing terrifying holes in Siberia.

These scenarios sound straight out of the Book of Revelation or the movie “2012?. But, they are not. These scenarios were part of a three hour presentation by Al Gore in Miami as he works diligently to amass an army of organizers to spread his “global warming/climate change” propaganda.

According to the former US Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize winner, who has trained more than 5,000 people to combat this ruse in the last 18 months, our modern world is literally collapsing around us making it imperative for everyone to change their ways. Gore’s Academy award winning documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” gets an update at each session with the “latest news footage and startling videos” showing the effects of the fossil fuel industry that threatens the earth’s survival.

Oct 02 10:31

Roseberg Oregon Residents Say School Shooting Shows Why Citizens Must Be Armed

Once again the Gungrabbers misread the psychology of the Americans.

Residents in Roseberg, Oregon, are rallying around the Second Amendment in the wake of the heinous attack on Umpqua Community College (UCC), suggesting the attack itself is proof of why citizens need to be armed for self-defense.

According to the Associated Press, Roseberg is a mill town surrounded by hunting and fishing opportunities, and one where many residents say they do not leave home without a handgun for self-defense. They do not carry because crime is high, but because crime is low and they want to keep it that way.

Consequently, residents like J.C. Smith believe the attack at UCC was made possible by the fact that the school denied the exercise of Second Amendment rights to its students. Smith suggests that “barring people from carrying guns on campus made it particularly vulnerable to a ‘lone wolf’ attack” like the one witnessed Thursday.

Oct 02 10:23

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Oct 02 09:36

FLASHBACK: General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned - Seven Countries In Five Years

Lest we forget!

So I came back to see him a few weeks later, and by that time we were bombing in Afghanistan. I said, "Are we still going to war with Iraq?" And he said, "Oh, it's worse than that." He reached over on his desk. He picked up a piece of paper. And he said, "I just got this down from upstairs" -- meaning the Secretary of Defense's office -- "today." And he said, "This is a memo that describes how we're going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran." I said, "Is it classified?" He said, "Yes, sir." I said, "Well, don't show it to me." And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, "You remember that?" He said, "Sir, I didn't show you that memo! I didn't show it to you!"

Oct 02 09:33

Medicated to Death: SSRIs and Mass Killings

Oct 02 09:02

We Could Have All These Drugs Available at Generic Prices

Start-up Turing Pharmaceuticals bought rights to the drug Daraprim, a long used treatment for toxoplasmosis, in August and then raised the price—long sold for around a dollar a pill, but more recently around $13—to $750 a pill.

Oct 02 09:00

Progress M-29M cargo spacecraft docks with space station

"The docking has been automatic," Roscosmos said. The spacecraft was launched on October 1 from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Progress cargo ship will bring 2.3 tons of cargos to the ISS, the agency said. Thursday’s launch iwas the last one for the Progress M-M series, to be replaced by the Progress MS cargo ships with the next mission due on November 21. The Progress space freighter is expected to undock from the ISS on December 9. The spacecraft has delivered to the space station fuel, air, equipment and also other supplies for the cosmonauts and astronauts, including over 17 kilograms of fruits and vegetables, ketchup, juice, sauce, chocolate sweets, jam and peanuts. The current crew of the ISS comprises Russia’s Mikhail Kornienko, Oleg Kononenko and Sergey Volkov, US Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren, and Japanese astronaut Kimiya Yui.

Oct 02 08:58

Emergency situation regime imposed on Russia's Sakhalin island because of cyclone

"The emergency situation regime has been imposed in Yuzhno-Sakhalink and Korsakovsky and Dolinsky urban districts," the press service said. According to it, more than 100,000 residents of the region remain without power. In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk alone the cyclone has damaged 218 roof decks and caused 870 trees to fall down. In Nevelsk and Dolinsk, the hospitals’ roofs have been destroyed.
Powerful cyclone kills one, injures 16 in Russia’s Far East

Oct 02 08:48


One of the truly fascinating revelations in the recent Freedom of Information Act emails acquired from university professors who whore themselves out to Monsanto is the fact that mainstream media journalists are also Monsanto prostitutes.

These Monsanto operatives pretending to be journalists write for The Washington Post, New York Times, Discover, Slate, Nature and various "science" websites. Many of themopenly admit to being paid by Monsanto and gladly accepting the money. Then they turn around and write stories attacking clean food activists or hawking whatever GMO propaganda Monsanto is pushing that day.

It's all coordinated by sleazebag Monsanto front men like Jon Entine, a man seething with so much evil that he tried to strangle his wife in front of their own daughter, and installed surveillance equipment to spy on her activities in their own home, according to court documents published here on Natural News.

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The corporate purchasing of whorespondents is nothing new; it is simply that Monsanto has transformed these purchases into one of the most evil, despicable lying bully pulpits ever.

When it comes to your health, please think for yourself; if you allow people like these to think for you, you are taking extreme chances you really need to think about.

Oct 02 08:33

At Structural Engineering Summit Two-Dozen Structural Engineers Sign AE911 Truth's Petition Many Still Don’t Know about WTC 7

During the eight hours of the trade show, Richard Gage, AIA, and Las Vegas structural engineer Steven Dusterwald spoke with more than 100 structural engineers from around the country and showed them the video footage of WTC 7’s symmetrical, free-fall destruction. Most had never seen it before and many had never even heard of WTC 7.

While some of the engineers needed more time to review the evidence — and we applaud them for taking the time to study it — roughly half of them quickly recognized WTC 7’s destruction as a controlled demolition and 24 took the courageous step of signing our petition. One cannot help but conclude that the single biggest obstacle to mobilizing the engineering profession to support a new investigation is the basic lack of awareness of WTC 7.

Oct 02 08:33

All prescription drugs have benefits and side effects.

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Includes a search engine to find out if your medication can trigger suicidal thoughts.

Oct 02 08:11

Antidepressant Paxil Is Unsafe for Teenagers, New Analysis Says

Fourteen years ago, a leading drug maker published a study showing that the antidepressant Paxil was safe and effective for teenagers. On Wednesday, a major medical journal posted a new analysis of the same data concluding that the opposite is true.

That study — featured prominently by the journal BMJ — is a clear break from scientific custom and reflects a new era in scientific publishing, some experts said, opening the way for journals to post multiple interpretations of the same experiment. It comes at a time of self-examination across science — retractions are at an all-time high; recent cases of fraud have shaken fields as diverse as anesthesia and political science; and earlier this month researchers reported that less than half of a sample of psychology papers held up.

Oct 02 07:45

Health insurance rate hikes upset Minnesota officials

Minnesotans who buy their own health insurance will pay more next year, in some cases a lot more.

Officials of the state Commerce Department and the MNsure Web-based insurance sales site Thursday announced insurance rates for Minnesotans who buy their own policies will rise 14 percent to 49 percent.

Oct 02 07:44

Detection of Blood Inorganic Mercury in Americans Rose 900% over 6 Years

Dan Laks analyzed data from the CDC’s National Health Nutrition Examination Survey(NHANES) and found that in the 1999-2000 NHANES survey, mercury was detected in the blood of 2 percent of women aged 18 to 49, that level rose to 30 percent of women by 2005-2006 (a 900% increase) and it was associated with a rise in liver, immune and pituitary dysfunction. This study was published in the peer reviewed journal, Biometals.

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And how do you get mercury in your blood? Vaccine preservatives! Mercury contributes to mental instability. Ever hear the phrase "Mad as a hatter?" Do you remember the charter of the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland? That is actually based on fact. Milliners used to use mercury to prepare fur to be pressed into felt, and the mercury vapors would make them go insane.

Oct 02 07:40


Having a baby in some Alabama hospitals can mean getting tested for drugs without a woman’s consent—and winding up in jail for a positive result. Alabama’s chemical endangerment law, in effect for nine years, spurred an investigation by ProPublica and into hospital drug-testing policies due to the law’s strict penalties.

Oct 02 07:02

Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ‘Extremism’ In U.S.

On Wednesday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced at the United Nations that her office would be working in several American cities to form what she called the Strong Cities Network (SCN), a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe.

This amounts to nothing less than the overriding of American laws, up to and including the United States Constitution, in favor of United Nations laws that would henceforth be implemented in the United States itself – without any consultation of Congress at all.

Oct 02 06:58

Taliban Claims It Shot Down U.S. Transport Plane In Afghanistan

The Taliban claimed early Friday that its jihadis were responsible for shooting down an American C-130 Hercules airplane, according to reports. Initial reports stated that at least 10 people were killed when the US plane crashed at an airport in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.

“Our mujahideen have shot down a four-engine US aircraft in Jalalabad,” Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said on Twitter. “Based on credible information 15 invading forces and a number of puppet troops were killed,” he added.

Oct 02 06:42

ARMED Air Force Vet Was on Umpqua Campus Was NOT ALLOWED to Assist Victims!

How do unarmed people stop armed men from helping.This story is getting really smelly! This guys' last name is..... get this Parker!

Oct 02 06:18

Russia Bombs ISIS

The US Military by constant violations of their oath of office have become a totally discredited institution that is nothing more than an enforcer and collection agency for private banks and corporations.All Wars Are Bankers Wars,which makes the Joint Chiefs of Staff nothing more than Banker's Whores.
I am Disgusted and Ashamed!

After announcing it would conduct aerial operations in Syria, Russian warplanes struck Islamic State targets straightaway – in contrast to Washington’s campaign, attacking Syrian and Iraqi infrastructure targets, supporting its Islamic State foot soldiers on the ground.

Oct 01 21:49

The Mind of Mr. Putin

Putin concept of “state sovereignty” is this: “We are all different, and we should respect that. No one has to conform to a single development model that someone has once and for all recognized as the right one.”

The Soviet Union tried that way, said Putin, and failed. Now the Americans are trying the same thing, and they will reach the same end.

Oct 01 14:44

Russian anti-terror op in Syria Live updates

Looks like Obama just lost the Germans.

01 October 2015
20:38 GMT

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the Syrian civil war could be stopped only with Russia’s help as she spoke of the means by which the refugee crisis could be resolved and how to tackle the issues making people flee their homeland.

“That's particularly true of Syria, where we have all known for years that there can only be a solution with Russia and not without Russia,” Merkel said in her speech in eastern Germany, which marked the forthcoming 25th anniversary of the German reunification.

Oct 01 14:37

Shooting at Umpqua Community College, Oregon

Umpqua Community College is a posted Gun Free Zone but allows concealed carry under Oregon law. With the college security page stating the following:

“Possession, use, or threatened use of firearms (including but not limited to BB guns, air guns, water pistols, and paint guns) ammunition, explosives, dangerous chemicals, or any other objects as weapons on college property, except as expressly authorized by law or college regulations, is prohibited.

Possession of knives with a blade longer than 4” is prohibited.

Brandishing weapons is prohibited.

Misuse of personal defensive weapons – e.g., pepper spray, etc. is prohibited. The owner is responsible and accountable for any misuse of these devices.”

Oct 01 13:17

Russia's nuclear icebreaker fleet

World's first nuclear-powered surface ship Lenin was launched on 5 December 1957. Currently Russia's nuclear icebreaker fleet consists of four icebreakers and four service ships. Vessels are used to maintain the Northern Sea Route and the North Pole floating research stations. Ships of world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet - in photo gallery by TASS

Oct 01 13:13

Why is the University of Illinois Receiving $1 Million from Monsanto?

Monsanto likes to say that those of us against GMOs don’t use ‘real’ science to support claims that genetically modified crops are unsafe, but what about dirty money that infiltrates universities which supposedly do ‘good’ science on GM crops, soil, and the chemicals which are used to grow them?

Oct 01 12:59

Nevada justices uphold medical malpractice damages cap

The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld major provisions of the state's medical malpractice law, overturning a judge who found that a $350,000 cap on non-economic damages was unconstitutional.

Oct 01 12:41

Massive sinkhole swallows suburban street, families evacuated

A giant sinkhole 20 meters (66ft) across and 10 meters (33ft) deep has opened up in a London commuter town, forcing residents to evacuate their homes in the middle of the night. Families in the quiet Hertfordshire cul-de-sac were shocked to find a sinkhole had swallowed up a chunk of their neighborhood. Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue appeared on the scene at 1.30am on Thursday morning after residents heard a crash in the night. At least 10 people were taken to an evacuation center set up at nearby Batchwood Hall nightclub, according to the fire service.The sinkhole started as a small hole in the road a few days ago, according to Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue service watch commander John Hudnott. It was thought at the time the hole was caused by a leak in the water main. “They had a sinkhole in Hemel [Hempstead] this year or last but I’ve never seen one like this,” he said. “I have absolutely no idea how long it’s going to take to get the power back on.

Oct 01 10:26

Monsanto ‘Deliberately Covered Up Data’ Proving Glyphosate is Cancerous for Four Decades

Some well-respected researchers are now saying that Monsanto demanded incriminating data and reports be sealed and locked away from public scrutiny as proprietary trade secrets, though they knew these documents would reveal glyphosate’s carcinogenic nature.

Oct 01 10:04

EPA tightens ozone standard, sets off fight with business groups

The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday reportedly will tighten the federal ozone standard, dismissing the concerns of powerful business groups and setting off a regulatory and legal fight that will last for the remainder of President Obama’s time in office.

Oct 01 09:52

Rush Limbaugh Says His Remarks About Mars Were Taken Out Of Context, But His Own Transcript Betrays Him

Rush Limbaugh criticized Politico and other media outlets for reporting on his remarks that NASA's discovery of water of Mars was part of a "left-wing agenda," claiming the remarks were taken out of context. However, when asked by Politico to explain how, a Limbaugh spokesman refused to explain.

On the September 28 edition of his show, Limbaugh, talking about NASA's announcement that day it had discovered liquid water on Mars, claimed NASA had been "corrupted by the current regime" and, referencing global warming, asked, "what's to stop them from making up something that happened on Mars that will help advance their left-wing agenda on this planet?" Limbaugh doubled down on his remarks the next day, claiming Media Matters took his remarks "out of context" and that "Obama has turned NASA over to Muslim outreach."

Oct 01 09:44


Putin's key talking points could not but be easily accessible to the Global South — his prime audience, much more than the industrialized West.

1) The export of color — or monochromatic — revolutions is doomed.

2) The alternative to the primacy of statehood is chaos. This implies that the Assad system in Syria may be immensely problematic, but it's the only game in town. The alternative is ISIS/ISIL/Daesh barbarism. There's no credible "moderate opposition" — as there was not in NATO-"liberated" Libya.

3) Only the UN — as flawed as it may be — is a guarantor of peace and security in our imperfect, realpolitik geopolitical environment.

Oct 01 09:40

Militants Launch Major Offensive on Syrian Forces in Golan Heights with Help of Israel

The sources said that the FSA and Nusra militants stormed the National Defense Forces’ (NDF) positions at Tal Taranjah, Mazra’a Al-Amil, Tal Hamriyah, and Tal Al-Ahmar, resulting in a series of intense firefights that took most of the Monday morning and afternoon before they dissipated due to the coming nightfall.

Oct 01 09:34

Vladimir Putin – Agent of the Awakening?

Well, well, well, aren’t we seeing a massive turnaround of late. Putin was so sharp, calm and truthful at the UN and other recent speeches and interviews compared to the same old Amerikan false bravado diatribe it was like having a clean shower after swimming through a cesspool.

And the whole free world feels the same.

EA here! Seeing comments by the hundreds from Americans who support Putin and who opine:"Why can't we have a leader like this who put America and Peace first!

Oct 01 09:04

ALL OUT WAR: Iranian Troops To Conduct Ground Attacks In Syria

Lebanese Hezbollah troops and Iraqis will also join the offensive.

Iran has dispatched hundreds of ground troops to syria to fight alongside the forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad.

A full scale war is unfolding in Syria, with a ground offensive being planned to coincide with Russian air strikes, according to Lebanese sources.

“The (Russian) air strikes will in the near future be accompanied by ground advances by the Syrian army and its allies,” one of the sources told Reuters.

“It is possible that the coming land operations will be focused in the Idlib and Hama countryside,” the source added.

Lebanese Hezbollah troops will also join the Iranian forces, the sources note, as well as Iraqis.

Oct 01 07:54

Damascus accuses US-led coalition of breaking int'l law, state sovereignty

British and French airstrikes on Syrian territory violate internationally recognized legal norms, the Syrian Foreign Minister complained on Thursday.

“What Britain and France are doing in the Syrian airspace flies in the face of international law and is a flagrant violation of the national sovereignty of the Syrian Republic,” Walid Muallem said.

Meanwhile, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov dismissed as “untrue” a statement earlier made by his US counterpart John Kerry about the US-led coalition’s actions in Syria being fully in line with the UN Charter.

"Today I said to John Kerry that, unlike in the case with Iraq, which invited the coalition to move in, there has been no such invitation from Syria, nor has the coalition asked for any such permission from the UN Security Council…

Oct 01 07:51

Russian parliament unanimously approves use of military in Syria to fight ISIS

The upper chamber of the Russian parliament has unanimously given a formal consent to President Putin to use the nation’s military in Syria to fight terrorism at a request from the Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Consent was necessary for use of the country's military for foreign combat missions under the Russian constitution.

Oct 01 07:45

U.S.-Led Air Campaign Is Linked to Civilian Deaths in Syria

ANTAKYA, Turkey — An airstrike by the American-led military coalition in northern Syria this week killed eight civilians, including two women and five children, according to neighbors and relatives of the dead.

The episode revived accusations by monitoring groups that the United States and its allies are not careful enough about who is killed by the air campaign against militant groups.

Oct 01 07:41

US Bombing Rescues 50 Civilians from ISIS by Killing Them

The US has already lost the information war.All they are doing now is looking silly and mean!

US bombing reportedly ends the lives of fifty civilians. How does that help us defeat ISIS?
Leaders in the United States insist on pretending that we can wage war with technologically sophisticated weaponry that allows them to put no soldiers’ lives at risk. But that “war from a distance” often doesn’t work out the way they promise us that it will.

Oct 01 07:39

U.S. airstrikes on ISIS 'killed Syrian civilians after mistaking grain silo for jihadist base'

At least two civilian workers were killed after missiles launched in a US airstrike targeting an ISIS-controlled region in Syria struck grain silos, according to a human rights group.

The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights believes aircraft may have mistaken the mills and grain storage areas in the northern Syrian town of Manbij for an Islamic State base.

The US-led coalition has been targeting towns and villages in northern and eastern Syria controlled by the Islamic State group since last week.

Oct 01 07:37

‘The Civilian Will Pay’: Death Of Innocents Mount As US Bombing Of Syria Expands

With a new wave of U.S.-led airstrikes overnight in Syria, reporting from the ground inside the country show that in addition to the damage being done to Islamic State (or ISIS) targets and other militant factions, the civilian death toll is rapidly increasing.

According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, bombings on oil refineries held by ISIS in the northeast of Syria killed fourteen militants associated with the group, but also five civilians. In total, since the bombing of Syria began on Monday, SOHR estimates that of the 183 total killed by U.S. bombs, 36 were non-combatants, many of them women and children.

Oct 01 07:36

Up to 27 Iraqi civilians may have been killed in Canadian airstrike, Pentagon document reveals

An internal Pentagon document obtained by CBC's the fifth estate raises questions about the quality of the investigation conducted by coalition forces into an allegation that as many as 27 civilians were killed in Iraq by a Canadian airstrike.

The Department of National Defence acknowledged last week that an investigation looked into allegations that a Canadian airstrike had killed civilians in northwestern Iraq in January of this year. It was part of an important battle for a key highway near Mosul.

Oct 01 07:34

The U.S.-Led Fight Against ISIS Has Killed Far More Civilians Than It Admits

The US Military is the biggest murderer of civilian populations in the history of mankind! Remember the Firebomb raids on Japan as well as Hiroshima and Nagasaki!
How about Wounded Knee!

ISKENDERUN, Turkey — The little girl was home in northern Syria at around 8:30 on a recent summer night when the missile streaked down from the sky. Her uncle, 21-year-old Talha Amouri, was outside when the explosion ripped through the house, knocking him off his feet. He dug through the wreckage for hour after frantic hour, pulling out members of his family. He found five of his nieces — ages 8, 7, 6, 5, and 3 — dead. But the youngest, 2-year-old Nariman, clung to life, her arms locked around her mother, who had also survived. Nariman was rushed to a hospital across the nearby border with Turkey, in the seaside city of Iskenderun, where she now lies helpless beneath a web of tubes and bandages.

Oct 01 07:30

Hundreds of civilians killed in US-led air strikes on Isis targets – report

Pot! Kettle! Black!

The air campaign against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has killed more than 450 civilians, according to a new report, even though the US-led coalition has so far acknowledged just two non-combatant deaths.

More than 5,700 air strikes have been launched in the campaign, which nears its first anniversary this Saturday, with its impact on civilians largely unknown.

Now Airwars, a project by a team of independent journalists, is publishing details of 52 strikes with what it believes are credible reports of at least 459 non-combatant deaths, including those of more than 100 children.

It says there is a “worrying gulf between public and coalition positions” on the campaign’s toll on civilians.

Sep 30 22:10

The Curse of American Exceptionalism

By Thomas DiLorenzo

October 1, 2015

Nothing seems to cause one of the neocon talking heads to fall into a rage more than discussing a politician or political candidate who “doesn’t believe in American exceptionalism!!” Sean Hannity seems especially unhinged under such circumstances. This is because “American exceptionalism” has long been the ideological underpinning of – and justification for –the American empire and all of its military adventures. As shills for the American military/industrial complex and the empire that it is forever expanding, Hannity, O’Reilly, Limbaugh, and all the rest are required by their masters to express outrage – outrage! – whenever anyone questions the propriety of American imperialism and empire building........

Sep 30 22:00

Join the Games: Russia takes out Arms Depots paid for by Western Taxpayers

A Macedonian view.

Russia launched its first air strikes in Syria Wednesday, Sept. 30 was confirmed by the Russian Defense Ministry in Moscow and quickly criticized by US officials. US appeared very concerned of "civilian" casualties. Interesting this concern came from a country that has killed nearly 2 million civilians in the past 15 years.
Moscow stressed that it acted in support of Bashar Assad’s war on the Islamic State, assisted by other foreign powers including Iran and Iraq working together from an allied command center in Baghdad.

Sep 30 21:53

US Funded NGO in Syria Uses Old Photo to Claim Civilian Death in Russian Airstrikes

From the moment the first Russian warplanes started launching attacks inside Syria, a new campaign in the information war was also launched, with various groups trying to get their stamps on conflicting stories about what exactly Russia attacked, whether they hit ISIS, ISIS allies, pro-US rebels, or just random Syrian civilians.

At the center of one of the bigger controversies was the “White Helmets” organization. Formerly known as the Syria Civil Defense, the group is heavily funded by the US State Department, and while the group claims to be purely an aid group, and not to be taking any side in the war, their statements overwhelmingly tow the official US line,

Sep 30 18:37

Organic Food during Mother's Pregnancy Reduces Risk of Male Birth Defects

A large epidemiological study links consumption of organic food with decreased rates of hypospadias and cryptorchidism, both common types of male urogenital birth defects [1]. This is the first prospective study to find a significant link between consumption of organic foods and reduced risk of hypospadias.

The study analysed over 37 000 women and children pairs, finding that women who consume any organic food during pregnancy are 0.42 times as likely to give birth to a boy with hypospadias as those who report seldom or never eating organic food. This decrease is modest but significant, and builds on a growing list of studies linking pesticides and other endocrine disrupters to these types of defects. Of all the food groups analysed (vegetables, fruit, cereal, dairy, eggs and meat), consumption of organic vegetables as well as organic dairy were most strongly associated with the protective effect, with baby boys 0.30 times as likely to get hypospadias when mothers consumed either organic dairy or organic vegetables. For cryptorchidism, a borderline negative association was found solely with the consumption of organic milk/dairy products, with those consuming this organic food group being 0.65 times as likely to give birth to a boy with the condition. Results were adjusted for food intakes, sociodemographic variables and lifestyle factors, though these factors had marginal influence on the results.

Sep 30 16:48

Germany And Poland Join Green Wave Of EU GM Crop Bans

Germany and Poland have both joined the growing list of countries in the EU Wednesday that...

Sep 30 16:37

Attorney Walter Kyle’s Reaction to Suing the Feds and Big Pharma

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Walter Kyle, one of the attorneys I network with regarding vaccine issues who has sued both Big Pharma and the United States over constitutional issues related to polio vaccines (see Loge v United States) emailed this response to my article “Attorney Suggests Suing U.S. Federal Government and Big Pharma Regarding Vaccinations”...

Sep 30 14:58

Obama, Pope, UN: con artists together

“In March, Mr. Obama submitted a plan to the United Nations detailing how the United States would meet its target [on reducing global warming]. It said it would do so chiefly through enactment of Environmental Protection Agency regulations on emissions from cars, trucks and power plants.” (New York Times, “Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans,” 6/30/15) -- Translation of the above quote: Obama will bypass Congress and make global warming decisions for the future of America through executive fiat.

Sep 30 13:44

Self-driving bus now a reality: Taking a ride in China

A leading Chinese bus manufacturer, Yutong, sent the prototype of a self-driving city bus on a 32km (20mi) long ride on an intercity road in Zhengzhou.

Sep 30 13:33

Obama’s EPA Warns Sunlight Dangerous to Plants

Twitter users, noticing the absurdity in the EPA highlighting the alleged danger of sunlight as the world faces numerous legitimate environmental issues, mercilessly mocked the agency in response.

Sep 30 13:18

Norway - Total Prohibition: Now it is illegal to order drugs from abroad

Every day around 40,000 Norwegians imported medicines by post, according to estimates by Customs Directorate. From Thursday will be prohibited.

Now it will be illegal for John Doe to order medications online sent from abroad, according to the Norwegian Medicines Agency. This applies to all prescription drugs and non-prescription (with one exception: if the drug is Norwegian with Norwegian label).

The rules come into force from Thursday 1 October 2015.

Sep 30 12:16

Arctic Sea Ice Still TOO THICK For Ships To Regularly Traverse The Northwest Passage

For years, scientists and activists have predicted the Arctic would be ice-free during the summers and winter sea ice levels would continue to decline. But what they didn’t count on was sea ice remaining too thick for ships to regularly travel through.

Sep 30 11:57

Maine Supreme Court Rules That State Can Vaccinate Kids Against Will of Parents

Webmaster addition: Forced vaccination is a violation of the Nuremberg Code, which says that no medical treatment will be given a patient without informed consent!

Sep 30 11:33

Monsanto ‘Deliberately Covered Up Data’ Proving Glyphosate is Cancerous for 4 Decades

What will it take to shut down Monsanto’s doors irrevocably? Likely it will be the same type of lawsuit that finally pulled the shades on the tobacco industry. If Big Tobacco eventually had to pay a $206 billion settlement over 25 years for lying about the health impacts of cigarettes, what do you think Monsanto will have to pay for lying about glyphosate’s carcinogenic nature for almost 40 years?

Sep 30 11:25

Successful, positive people have different brain connections

Scientists have for the first time observed a connection between particular brain centers and the presence of talent, success and positive lifestyle choices in people. The fMRI technique opens the door to extensive research which could improving human cognition.

Sep 30 11:23

WATCHING : Hurricane Joaquin to Hammer US East Coast With Flooding, Strong Winds

While there are still scenarios that would take Hurricane Joaquin out to sea, the possibility of the hurricane reaching the Eastern United States coast is gaining merit.

Webmaster addition: The good news; it is aimed right at Washington DC! :)

Sep 30 11:13

3 Civil War Cannons Raised From Confederate Shipwreck

Underwater archaeologists and researchers from the University of South Carolina pulled three cast iron Civil War cannons from the bottom of the Great Pee Dee river where they’ve been buried for more than 150 years on Tuesday morning. or many historians, it was an experience they say they’d chase for a lifetime. “These two have been lost for years, and we’ve been waiting a long time to see them come out of the water,” said Vietnam Veteran William Lockridge .