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Sep 28 12:22

Ron Paul: Everything US does now in Middle East will increase violence'

Abby Martin speaks with former Congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul, discussing his views on the ramifications of expanding the war against ISIS into Syria, how US foreign policy has exacerbated the growth of Islamic extremism, the hypocritical partnership

Sep 28 12:12

Bought Journalism': German bestseller reveals CIA pay Western media for spin & bias

The media is a key tool in the battle for hearts and minds. But a new bestseller by a German author reveals some details on journalism that would be considered too outlandish, even in a spy novel.

Sep 28 12:07

Washington’s Secret Agendas — Paul Craig Roberts

His review of the Con-mander-in-chief's speech before the UN

Sep 28 12:04

Christian Evangelicals increasingly support Palestinian human rights

snip: After visiting Israel and the Palestinian territories with Strang, Miller began to discuss the situation in Palestine, writing.

“In September a group of journalists and I visited Israel and stood on a hill overlooking the wall separating Israel from Gaza. From our viewpoint, we could see the controversial territory where 1.6 million Palestinians have been walled in and secluded from the outside world. They are, essentially, imprisoned.

“The walls erected around the West Bank and Gaza separate families from families. Many mothers will not see their children again. Millions will never return to the homes their families had occupied for hundreds of years. … Thousands of Palestinian students at American universities will never see their families again.

“Israel gives most Palestinians fresh water once each week. … In Gaza, Israel also rations their food, allowing only so many calories per human being.”

Sep 28 10:55

WHY DO PEOPLE LIVE IN JAPAN?

Sep 28 10:44

How the European Central Bank, European Commission and IMF threatened to bankrupt Ireland

The threat was made at a high-level teleconference meeting, details of which have been revealed for the first time by the Central Bank governor, Dr Patrick Honohan.

Sep 28 10:23

World's First Wearable Drone Takes Flight

Nicholas West
Activist Post

As Congress and the FAA continue to discuss the parameters of drone use, a widening array of them are already taking flight. A new exemption has been granted for Hollywood, only the second after one was granted to BP earlier this year. This latest exemption greatly widens the scope for commercial drone use. According to Fortune, 40 other companies have filed for exemptions to the ban under section 333 of FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012.

A new invention seeks to merge drones with the booming trend of any sort of wearable tech or "augmented reality." That's right, why not a wearable drone?...

Sep 28 09:42

Going to LA for 911 Interview and more...

Sep 28 09:35

Judge won't grant immunity to police, doctor who medically paralyzed man for cavity search

A federal judge has ruled that Anderson County law enforcers and an Oak Ridge doctor are not entitled to immunity from prosecution after the doctor medically paralyzed a man to conduct a cavity search for drugs.

Sep 28 09:35

Nearly 60 years later, members of the 65th Infantry Regiment, a segregated unit comprised of Puerto Rican soldiers who fought in World War I through the Korean War, are being honored for their service.

Anibal Albertorio, 84, didn’t expect to be recognized for his service to the U.S. Army as part of the 65th Infantry Regiment, a segregated unit comprised of Puerto Rican soldiers who fought in World War I through the Korean War.

Sep 28 09:34

Study: Allowing blood donations from gay men could help save over a million lives in U.S

Lifting a ban on blood donations from gay men would increase the amount of available blood by hundreds of thousands of pints (liters) each year and save more than a million lives a year, a California study showed.

The U.S. Federal Drug Administration has banned gay men from donating blood since 1983, when it was discovered that HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, was being transmitted through transfusions.

Sep 28 09:15

If Things Are So Good, Where’s My Raise?

Sep 28 08:57

The GMO Labeling Conundrum

Ulson Gunnar
Activist Post

It would seem that large agricultural corporations touting genetically modified organisms (GMOs) they claim possess enhanced benefits for farmers and consumers would be proud to differentiate their products on the shelves from organic and traditionally produced food. However that is not the case. Not only is big-ag attempting to hide the true nature of their products, but the many big-business food processors that incorporate GMO ingredients into their final products are likewise attempting to mislead consumers...

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