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May 26 07:31

US billionaire close to buying Time Warner for $55 billion

American company Charter Communications is clinching a deal to buy Time Warner Cable for about $55 billion.

May 26 07:27

The War in Afghanistan is Over, says the President. Not, Says the Justice Department

Yesterday, President Barack Obama delivered remarks before a Memorial Day service at Arlington Cemetery in Virginia, in which he celebrated the day as the first Memorial Day since the end of the war in Afghanistan.

May 26 07:21

Walmart Jade Helm connection: “There’s plenty of those available to them without having to ask for us, they’ve got that handled already”

With fears over a possible Walmart connection to the massive upcoming Jade Helm realistic military training exercise going into hyperdrive a concerned citizen has taken the time to contact the Walmart home office for an explanation.

May 26 07:21

June 5th: Is The 505 Trillion Dollar Interest Rate Derivatives Bubble In Imminent Jeopardy?

All over the planet, large banks are massively overexposed to derivatives contracts. Interest rate derivatives account for the biggest chunk of these derivatives contracts.

May 26 07:15

Britons not happy with current status quo

The prime minister and the president met at Chequers this week in an effort to reach an understanding.

May 26 07:05

What Memorial Day do you honor?

Many accounts will praise the sacrifices and deeds of those who fought in the American wars. Some versions will emotionally express their thanks and respect, while others will list their heroic actions. There is another viewpoint that seldom gets the attention that it deserves. Simply put, what is the true reason that all this blood was shed and the meaning of continued torment that follows, when the guns are silenced? Some will say, we just need to revere those who served. Others may dare to ask, why and what for?

May 26 06:55

Ebola 2.0? NJ Man Dies of Lassa Fever, Ebola's Less Deadly Cousin

A New Jersey man died Monday evening after been diagnosed with Lassa fever, a frightening infectious disease from West Africa that is rarely seen in the United States.

The man recently returned from Liberia. He arrived at New York City's JFK International Airport on May 17. After his return, he grew seriously ill and suffered from multiple organ failure, said Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

May 26 06:15

Obesity Can Cost You $92,235!

Carrying around extra body weight can cost you extra when it comes to lots of areas of life.

May 26 06:13

Alert: Nuclear attack on America planned within the next 12 months?

Captured British journalist John Cantlie has written an article for the Islamic State in which he claims that the possibility of an ISIS nuclear attack on America has risen “infinitely.”

May 26 05:59

Popular Radio Host and Guest Censored by Radio Station Over Vaccines

Gary Null has been a popular, longtime radio host with the longest running health talk show which airs on Progressive Radio Network. He has authored and directed dozens upon dozens of books and documentaries.

A few weeks ago, he was asked as an honored guest on Bonnie Faulkner's show, Guns and Butter which talks about the politics of economics and airs on Pacifica KPFA public radio stations. In the spirit of truth, Bonnie wanted listeners to hear the other side of the vaccine talk, not the "case closed" version. What your'e not being told about vaccines. And specifically SB277, the California bill to mandate vaccines for virtually all Californian school children. Who better to ask then Null, an alternative health expert, medical activist and Pacifica veteran?

Hear the banned show...

May 26 05:37

How the Obama’s Manage Their Money

Celebrities and other public figures are only human. Just like many American’s, President Obama and his wife, Michelle, are still paying off their mortgage.

May 26 05:37

Civil disobedience at the L.A. March Against Monsanto highlights new level of awareness of the GMO issue

The third annual March Against Monsanto took place worldwide on May 23, 2015, with marches in 421 cities and 48 countries worldwide. The world over, bio-tech companies are pushing a GMO agenda to own the food supply through genetically modifying seeds in laboratories and trying to push their poisonous product on a largely unwilling human population.