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Oct 21 14:54

Stress At Work Is Similar To Second-Hand Smoke, Says Study

Workers who face a great deal of stress on the job are 35% more likely to be diagnosed with an illness by a doctor. If you’re one of the many striving to get healthier, here’s a tip: chill out! According to a new study conducted by researchers from Harvard Business School and…

Oct 21 14:53

“CDC Lyme Group Violates Law With Preferential Treatment Of IDSA,” Advocates Say

Tuesday, October 20, 2015. The Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC) group responsible for policy on Lyme disease violates federal law by extending preferential treatment to the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) says a petition created by a group of Lyme patient advocates. The petition to End Preferential…

Oct 21 14:52

New York City Activists Ticket Residents of Gentrified Neighborhood

Anti-police brutality activists in New York City took a trip to a gentrified neighborhood on October 18 to catch white people freely committing the type of crimes that get black and brown people regularly harassed by cops.

Oct 21 14:51

Raw Milk Farmer Released After Overnight Jail Time For Removing Surveillance

West Grey Police detained raw milk farmer Michael Schmidt on October 19, 2015 and held him overnight when he reported for booking on theft charges. The Canadian government is pressing criminal theft charges against the Ontario farmer for allegedly removing surveillance cameras spying on visitors and other activity at his farm.…

Oct 21 14:44

Video: Seumas Milne appointed as Jeremy Corbyn’s Director of Communications

Seumas Milne: Guardian journalist appointed as Labour’s executive director of communications.

Oct 21 14:43

Rikers Island suppressed prisoner sex abuse complaints – advocate

Most reports of sexual abuse at New York City’s Rikers Island prison were never passed on to the police, the city’s public advocate says. The prison reported only two incidents out of the 116 complaints, and none of the 28 accusations of rape.

Oct 21 14:36

War on Language Insanity : University Says Using the Term “Politically Correct” is a Politically Incorrect “Microaggression”

If you thought that the war on language being waged by some American colleges was out of control, you ain’t seen nothing yet. -- According to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, using the term “politically correct” as a pejorative is a politically incorrect “microaggression”.

Oct 21 14:33


Oct 21 14:31

Ron Paul: Gun Control Means Disarming the Feds

Dr. Ron Paul said he’s for gun control, if gun control means disarming the out-of-control federal government.

Oct 21 14:29

Innocent grandma attacked by cops because they claimed she was with a “black man”

“I always believed you had to do something wrong to be arrested,” lamented Joy McFarlin, a 75-year-old grandmother who was abducted without cause by Milwaukee police officers after being injured in a car accident on October 13. “I’m too old to be naive, but I really did.”

Oct 21 14:27

Beneath the mask of the Human Rights industry: Prominent British Jews Advocate Increases in Refugees

As a former member of the Communist Party, Sir Stephen Sedley is an unlikely champion for human rights. Nevertheless it is an industry that has been good to him, so it was not surprising that his signature appeared on a letter in The Times calling for Britain to admit thousands more “Syrian refugees.” (Sedley is a prominent posturer among those discussed in Tobias Langdon’s “They posture, you pay.”)

Oct 21 14:20

1.2 mn Londoners in working families living in poverty: UK study

A recently released study says that more than one million people living in working families in London are currently living in poverty.

Oct 21 14:19

Richard Spencer - Nothing Trumps the Invasion & NPI Event

Richard Spencer is President of The National Policy Institute (NPI) and Editor of Washington Summit Publishers and Radix Journal. He attended University of Virginia and University of Chicago and was a doctoral student at Duke University before dropping out to pursue a life of thought crime.

Oct 21 14:15

Syrian war forces first-ever withdrawal from Global Seed Vault

The ongoing armed conflict in Syria has forced scientists—for the first time ever—to withdraw seeds from the Arctic seed vault that is tasked with safeguarding the world’s food supply, the Crop Trust which oversees the repository confirmed Monday.

Oct 21 13:40

Italian Eurofighters prepare to war with Russia

As Russian and Iranian troops assemble on the battlefields of Syria to obliterate American CIA assets with indiscriminate bombing raids and cruise missile assaults, a mere 1500 miles away, over the skies of the Italian Air base of Grosseto, NATO’s most advanced fighter jets train for the largest and most ambitious military drill in a decade–Operation Trident Juncture