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Jan 19 14:01

Costco to Pay $11.75m over Handling of Opioids and Other Drugs

Costco will pay $11.75 million to settle allegations that some of its pharmacies improperly filled prescriptions for controlled substances and failed to properly track opioids and other dangerous drugs, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday.

Jan 17 15:21

Rand Paul's Squirrely Answer On Removing Obamacare Mandate & Penalties: "SOME Of The Penalties Are Going To Be Gotten Rid Of... There Are Two Steps To This... It's Kinda Complicated"

I've been following Rand Paul's statements on "repealing and replacing Obamacare" for some time. But one fundamental point that no politician has directly answered: Is health insurance going to continue to be compulsory in America or not? Most conservatives and all libertarians agree that the government should NOT compel anyone to buy any product, including health insurance or even auto insurance. That is the fundamental issue. Senator Rand Paul was finally asked directly about the mandate today by a local talk show host. But Paul, who I believed is well-intentioned on this matter and supports the free market, his answer left a lot to be desired, and was far from clear. Here is the full transcript & audio. Paul: "It gets rid of the mandate, so you would no longer to be forced to... (awkward pause) ..some of the penalties are going to be gotten rid of through the reconciliation. So there are two steps to this...

Jan 17 13:12

Liberal Preppers Ready for Trumpocalypse: “Tired Of Being Seen As Wusses Who Won’t Survive SHTF”

What will Donald Trump’s presidency mean for liberty? Only time will tell... but the threat of martial law has once again become very real.

And in an interesting twist, this is creating a new drive in many worrisome liberals – to prep for the Trump administration:

Long a calling among conservatives spooked by big government boogymen and calamitous natural disasters, the so-called prepper movement is gaining a decisively liberal following.

“We’re tired of being perceived as wusses who won’t survive when shit hits the fan,” said Stacy, a Texas Democrat who recently caught the prepper bug. “I, for one, don’t like to be thought of as some precious snowflake.”

Read more at SHTF

Jan 15 20:26

Official: Google makes change, results are no longer in denial over ‘Did the Holocaust happen?’

Google’s been under intense pressure to alter its results after it was found a week ago to be listing a Holocaust-denial site first for a search on “Did the Holocaust happen.” Now, that’s finally changing.
The change is primarily a result of Google altering its algorithm. In a statement it gave to Search Engine Land several hours after this story was written, it said:
Google was built on providing people with high-quality and authoritative results for their search queries. We strive to give users a breadth of diverse content from variety of sources and we’re committed to the principle of a free and open web. Judging which pages on the web best answer a query is a challenging problem and we don’t always get it right.
This kind of propaganda is why I switched to the Yandex search engine.

Jan 15 15:02

The Clinton Foundation Is Shutting Down The Clinton Global Initiative

A New York Department of Labor public posting posted on January 12th officially announces the Clinton Foundation is shutting down the Clinton Global Initiative effective April 15, 2017.

Jan 15 14:56

New Radioactive Isotopes Found in Fracking Waste Being Buried In Landfills

A new American Chemical Society study finds fracking waste being buried in landfills contains radioactive materials that had not been previously reported.

Jan 15 09:39

Can YOU trust your aerosol sunscreen? Father and daughter left with horrific burns after 'using Cancer Council SPF 50+ Ultra' - as experts raise concerns over spray products

A mother has revealed how her husband and their daughter were left with horrific burns despite using SPF 50+ sunscreen.

Georgina Bueti, from Adelaide, said her family had applied Cancer Council SPF 50+ Ultra aerosol sunscreen but still managed to suffer sunburns at the beach.

'His legs were red raw. He applied it correctly, spraying it from the right distance and rubbing it into his skin,' she told Fairfax Media.

Jan 15 08:59

7 Ways In Which Your Health Freedom Is Restricted

By Paul A. Philips

Through ever-increasing mandates connected to powerful lobbyists influencing healthcare policy in favour of Big Pharma’s profit machine and other giant greed-driven corporations, your health freedom and choices over what you can do with your body is becoming more and more restricted.

The globalists promoting their limited healthcare system don’t care if the treatment offered is not as efficacious as alternative medicine or may be ineffective, lacking in sound science, or even potentially destructive. Quite simply, they want you to accept it, whether you like it or not.

In effect, this means you’re obligated to partake in a healthcare system that puts profits before the real welfare concern of people...

Jan 14 19:25

Facebook says WhatsApp government snooping “backdoor” is “excepted behavior”

A University of California security researcher has uncovered a WhatsApp 'backdoor' that can be used to intercept and snoop on private encrypted communications sent using the mobile messing service.

Jan 14 17:41

Your private medical data is for sale – and it's driving a business worth billions

Although information is anonymized, data miners and brokers can build up detailed dossiers on individual patients by cross-referencing with other sources.

Jan 14 15:36

200 Percent Increase In Artificial Sweetener Consumption By Children

By Natasha Longo

By disrupting the fine balance of appetite and metabolic hormones, artificial sweeteners distort the body’s ability to monitor how many calories we consume. About 25 percent of children and more than 41 percent of adults in the United States reported consuming foods and beverages containing artificial sweeteners (AS) such as aspartame, sucralose, and saccharin in a recent nationwide nutritional survey, according to a study out today. Those numbers represent a 200 percent increase in AS consumption for children and a 54 percent jump for adults from 1999 to 2012...

Jan 14 12:30

Snowden: NSA ‘Unchained’ – Obama Grants Unprecedented Spy Powers

Whistleblower Edward Snowden warns President Obama has just ‘Unchained’ the NSA by granting the agency unprecedented spying powers through executive order just before President-elect Trump takes office.

Jan 14 12:27

Buzz Feed published Russia Trump sex memos to expose CNN’s 'fake news'

Buzz Feed’s editor-in-chief tells MSBNC he knew the Russia sex scandal memos were fake but published them to inform the public about the Fake News reports the media was reporting about them them.

Jan 14 00:28

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Jan 13 15:43

Aggressive Wal-Mart Goon Demands My Reciept, Again

You know what really gets me though? One of my biggest pet peeves- When they have an aggressive guy who stands at the door and acts as if he can demand to see your receipt before you leave. Here's the thing. In America, we have the 4th Amendment. Even a cop can't walk up to you, block your path and demand "SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS! EMPTY YOUR POCKETS!" So some smarmy Wal-Mart employee certainly has no authority to demand ##@@ from me any more than a cop or a homeless derelict would. I've dealt with this at Wal-Mart many times, most recently on Christmas eve.

Jan 12 06:55

10 brands of baby wipes recalled due to pneumonia-causing bacteria contamination

Ten brands of baby wipes produced by the Pennsylvania-based Nutek Disposables, Inc., were recalled on October 25, 2014, following complaints of foul odor and discoloration.

Upon further testing, the baby wipe and adult washcloth manufacturer discovered that some of their products contained Burkholderia cepacia, a species of antibiotic-resistant bacteria frequently found in soil and water, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Known for its vinegar-like odor, B. cepacia has emerged as a human respiratory pathogen in people with weakened immune systems or chronic lung disease, especially cystic fibrosis patients.

Jan 11 18:21

The Cure For Everything And Why Things Are Different This Time

By Tony Cartalucci

The years between 2010 and 2020 may likely be remembered as the decade of gene therapy, and perhaps, the end of cancer, heart disease, blindness, deafness, and even aging – if this revolutionary technology is properly implemented and integrated into our healthcare infrastructure. But it will not happen without effort, or even without a fight – for gene therapy threatens to undermine and overturn some of the largest and most influential corporate monopolies on Earth.

Gene Therapy is Already a Working “Miracle Cure”...

Jan 11 15:56

NYT Blasts CNN, Suggests Russia Hacking Memo Is “Fake News”

The role and credibility of media questioned after CNN passes off false rumors from a secret memo as legitimate journalism, a practice known as fake news.

Jan 11 14:21

Chamber of Commerce: Obamacare Insurance Tax Will Cause More Premium Hikes

The tax cost health insurers $8 billion in 2014, the first year the Affordable Care Act went into effect. That collective tax rose to $11.3 billion in 2015 and 2016. I will rise to $13.9 billion in 2017, and will rise again to $14.3 billion in 2018.

Jan 11 09:03

Trump hits one out of the park: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. To Chair Trump’s Commission On Vaccine Safety

This issue alone is worth Trump getting into office. It is THAT important because it represents so many facets of the challenges that face us:

Jan 11 08:23

‘Would You Attack Humans If You Could?’ Asks Google Home AI Bot

NY Mag is live streaming an two Google Home AI bots talking to each other and one just asked if the other ‘Would you attack humans if you could?’

Jan 10 16:47

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Jan 10 13:48

Americans Fear Personal Financial Disaster: “Economy Is Going to Implode”

As business enters into 2017 and the Trump Administration with high hopes for a new boom, individual households remain less than optimistic about their own financial future.

Ah, 2017… While the new year marks a fresh start for many, millennials aren’t so optimistic. In fact, this generation is the only one to say they’re feeling worse, financially, about 2017 than 2016.

Read more at SHTF

Jan 10 10:35

Report: Amazon Echo’s Alexa Listens to Every Word, Overhears TV and Orders Stuff People Don’t Want, Some Families Whispering Around Her Now

We are living in such a bizarre Orwellian world.

This Christmas, Amazon raked in the lion’s share of all online sales, blowing away real-world competition by leaps and bounds. And the company’s number one bestseller? The Amazon Echo and Echo Dot.

There’s a reason Bilderberg Group attendee Jeff Bezos’ cute little voice-activated gizmos have been priced so extremely cheaply… to get them into as many houses as possible as quickly as possible. No one has been able to explain to me how these aren’t creepy big brother spy devices to get sheeple (who have been conveniently programmed by watching years of Jetsons cartoons as a kid to think anything futuristic is cool with no potential drawbacks) on the smart grid Internet of Things… no matter how obvious the Orwellian nightmare warning signs are...

Jan 10 07:22

CDC confirms: Mutated H7N2 virus transmitted from cat to human in the U.S.

Anyone who has ever watched a movie like Outbreak or Contagion knows that all pandemics start with Patient Zero. Maybe an infected monkey escapes from a lab. Maybe a farmer in China contracts something from a pig. There is always some seemingly insignificant interaction with some type of mutation that occurs in a far-off place that results in a global catastrophe.

Jan 09 17:03

Media Lies For GM in Fact Check To Attack Donald Trump

Once again fact-checkers lie to support a narrative when it suits their agenda claiming Donald Trump’s tweet about the GM Chevy Cruz is false.

Jan 09 14:32

Splenda Suppresses Thyroid Function And Promotes Weight Gain

Is sucralose (aka Splenda) really as safe a sugar alternative as its manufacturers and advertisers claim, or is it really a toxic chemical causing a wide range of health problems including thyroid suppression and weight gain? New research sheds light on this question. A concerning new study published in the European Journal…

Jan 09 13:53

JERKS: GOP Whines That They Want to Repeal Obamacare, But They Don’t Want to Stop Taxing Us for It

For what, at least six straight years now, the Republicans have been pissing and moaning about how much Obamacare sucks.

Buuuuuuuuut… now that the GOP finally has a chance to do something about Obamacare….

They are hesitant.

Republicans eager to scrap the 2010 health-care law are wrestling with whether to immediately cut off the tax revenue it brings in.

Read more at TheDailySheeple

Jan 09 12:31

Is The Line Being Crossed When BEST BUY'S GEEK SQUAD Investigates Customer's Computers For The FBI?

First of all, I want to make it perfectly clear, I think anyone involved in pedophilia/child porn should be arrested and prosecuted. It is a growing problem in the world, and it must be dealt with.

Jan 09 10:25

New Study Links Neonicotinoid Pesticide To Negative Social Behavior In Bees

By Jason Erickson

The plight of the pollinator continues to be documented in an increasing number of studies that have linked neonicotinoid pesticides to a range of negative effects upon bees and their colonies...

Jan 09 10:16

Apple is accused of profiting from people's misfortune after removing a £4 app that lets users find their lost £159 AirPods

When Apple unveiled its wireless AirPod earphones in October, there were concerns about how easy it would be to lose the tiny devices.

In a bid to help users keep track of their AirPods, an app called 'Finder for AirPods' was released, costing £3.99 ($3.99).

But Apple has now removed the app, deeming it was 'not appropriate for the App store', although the reason remains unclear.

Jan 09 08:20

World’s largest survival community comprises 575 off-grid doomsday bunkers

Will the end of the world arrive with the next economic collapse, nuclear war, or presidential inauguration? Thinking it best to be prepared, Vivos has taken readiness to new extremes with their 575-bunker Vivos xPoint community in South Dakota. It will cost preppers $25,000 to lease an off-grid bunker in a high-security area, combined with a $1,000 per year ground lease for 99 years.

Jan 08 09:26

Anything You Say Around Your Smart Devices Can and Will Be Used Against You in Court

By Vin Armani

Are your smart devices spying on you for the State? In this video, Vin Armani discusses the danger of prosecutors being able to confiscate the entire voice history on your smart devices, like the popular Amazon Echo, to find wrongdoing.

Jan 07 17:17

CNN & NBC Issue Fake News Retractions For Two Different Stories

As the corporate media pounds away at online Fake News stories NBC and CNN join the Washington Post in issuing retractions for their own Fake News.

Jan 07 16:46

CBS: Why WaPo’s Russia Hacking Story is Epitome of “Fake News”

CBS News Atlanta Reality Check explains Why the Washington Posts story about Russia hacking the U.S. power grid is the epitome of “Fake News”

Jan 07 15:30

Stomach Acid Suppressing Meds Causing Infections and Serious Health Problems

By Dave Mihalovic

Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) are a group of medications whose primary action is a to reduce gastric acid production. Prilosec, prevacid, and nexium are popular PPIs which help constitute a large percentage of the most prescribed medications in the world. In a population-based study from Scotland, PPIs were linked with an increased risk of intestinal infections with C. difficile and Campylobacter bacteria, which can cause considerable illness. The study adds to a growing body of evidence that the health consequences of PPI-based drugs are causing far more damage to the human body than previously published in medical literature...

Jan 07 12:13

LG threatens to put Wi-Fi in every appliance it releases in 2017

Plus, its new smart fridge includes Amazon's Alexa and a bunch of cameras.

Jan 07 12:09

CNBC reporter Asks Twitter "Who Do You Believe America?" - Gets Surprising Answer

CNBC Political reporter John Harwood took to Twitter last night to ask Americans if they believe U.S Intelligence Officials or Wikileaks and received surprising answer.

Jan 07 11:20

Evictions by Wall-Street Mega-Landlords Soar, Financialization of Rents Cause “Housing Instability”: Atlanta Fed

The housing collapse during the Financial Crisis keeps on giving. On Friday, Invitation Homes, a creature of private-equity firm Blackstone, and largest landlord of single-family rental homes in the US, filed with the SEC to raise up to $1.5 billion in an IPO. Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan, BofA Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and RBC Capital Markets are the joint bookrunners and get to cash in on the fees.

Jan 06 15:17

Media Walks Back Secret Russia Hacking Report

Media walks back Washington Post’s claims that a leaked 50 page secret report showed Russian celebrating hacking efforts aimed at influencing the election.

Jan 06 06:24

Arizona DOT Assures Residents They Can Fly Without Real ID Until 2020, After TSA Confuses & Scares Everyone

It's a sad state of affairs when the Arizona Department of Transportation has to take to Facebook assuring the confused public that they can continue to use their state driver license as ID to fly until 2020, despite misleading signs that TSA has posted in airports. "Current Arizona driver licenses, IDs are valid for air travel until Oct. 1, 2020. New TSA notices at airports don't affect Arizonans. PERIOD," an annoyed-sounding AZ government press release stated yesterday. After 2020, Arizona residents can opt to apply for a 'Voluntary travel ID' to comply with DHS requirements to board an airplane.

Jan 05 12:18

Hyperface project: Anti-surveillance clothing blocks security cameras’ facial-recognition software

New anti-surveillance clothing has been developed, allowing wearers to prevent security cameras which use facial recognition technology from recognizing them. The clothing uses complex colored patterns of digitalized faces, and parts of faces, to overload and trick facial recognition software. The patterned design of the clothing overwhelm and confuse facial recognition systems by presenting them with too many faces to read simultaneously.

Jan 04 13:41

THESE VIVOS GROUP DOOMSDAY SHELTERS FOR THE 1% MAKE UP THE LARGEST PRIVATE BUNKER COMMUNITY ON EARTH

LOCATED IN SOUTH DAKOTA, THE STRUCTURES WERE ORIGINALLY BUILT BY THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS IN 1942 AS A MILITARY FORTRESS THAT STORED EXPLOSIVES AND MUNITIONS.

Jan 04 10:48

Just Another Typical Day At The FBI, Reading WRH & Conspiracy Sites - EVERY DAY

Sure enough, the FBI is visiting my site, again.
You can see from the ISP log that they've recently visited my site 5 times, usually clicking on from Mike Rivero-s great site WhatReallyHappened.com. I post the ISP log visits from various .gov and corporate groups occasionally just for fun' but it's important to realize that they never stop. The top tier in academia, industry, media, along with international finance and governments worldwide read Mike's site vociferously. Mike is very humble but he is very influential. The people in power very carefully watch, scrutinize and listen to what he is publishing and saying. Keep up the great work Mike & Claire, (because behind every great man is a great supportive wife!) Donate to WRH today to kindly support their work.

Jan 04 09:30

Does a Healthy Diet Have to Come at a Hefty Price?

By Kelly L. Haws, Vanderbilt University; Kevin L. Sample, University of Georgia, and Rebecca Walker Reczek, The Ohio State University

Imagine you’re in the aisle of your favorite grocery store, bombarded with hundreds of the latest and greatest products on the market. After grabbing a box of your favorite pasta off the shelf, you notice a new organic version of the spaghetti sauce you usually buy. Strikingly, you notice that the price is at almost a 50 percent premium compared to what your usual sauce costs.

Here we go again, you think: You have to empty your wallet to buy the “healthy” stuff.

If this describes how you think about the relationship between food health and price, you’re not alone...

Jan 03 13:42

How Your New Smartphone Funds Africa's Deadliest War

The minerals used to power your smartphone are helping fund Africa's deadliest war. How is the world fighting this conflict-funded industry?

Jan 03 13:29

Waitress Fired from Waffle House for Pulling Gun to Fend off Robbers, as Chain’s “Gun-Free Zone” Policy Spurs Rash of Armed Robberies Nationwide

It’s almost as if Waffle House is advertising themselves as an easy place to rob, like the policy is a glaring neon sign beckoning robbers to rob their completely unprotected staff and clientele.

Just Google “Waffle House robbed at gunpoint” and you’ll see that just in the last few months alone, Waffle Houses have been stormed by armed robbers in Georgia, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas. This location in Little Rock was robbed twice in the same day. This robber in the Dallas, Texas area robbed two different Waffle Houses in the same day in December. Most of them get away with it, too.

Dec 31 11:58

Black Lives Matter Defends Spitting in Cops Food and Drinks

Black Lives Matter defend their activists in a Stockton Starbucks and a diner spitting in the food and drinks of police officers and their families

Dec 30 13:46

Fan Page Owners Fight Facebook Censorship Crackdown

Content Creators fight back after Facebook censors tens of thousands of Fan Pages with 100s of millions of followers, often with no explanation and no way to appeal.

Dec 29 14:25

Doctor Claims “Mysterious Illness” Caused by Marijuana Legalization

By Andrew Pontbriand

As of December 2016, just over half of all states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana. The push for legalization has increased tremendously over the last 15 years, and it shows no sign of slowing.

While this is spreading from state to state, the federal government has yet to show any real sign of a push to legalize marijuana. Furthermore, the legalization efforts in each individual state haven’t been easy.

Now, there is a new enemy of one marijuana and legalization. It is being called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, or CHS...

Dec 29 09:43

No, the DEA Hasn’t Made CBD Oil Illegal… Yet

An administrative change by the Drug Enforcement Administration has left users of CBD oil, a popular tincture derived from agricultural hemp, fearful that they could lose access to this vital health remedy.

CBD oil is currently considered legal in all 50 states, and agricultural hemp, a non-psychoactive variety of the cannabis plant from which CBD oil is extracted, is legally grown in many states. While scientific research into its benefits is just beginning, preliminary results show that CBD oil can benefit conditions ranging from epilepsy to chronic pain.

But on Dec. 14, the DEA added a notice to the Federal Register that quietly informed the public that it had established “a new drug code for marihuana extract.” The DEA’s argument is that the agency is entitled to regulate CBD oil because all extracts contain trace amounts of THC, the active ingredient in cannabis which remains illegal at the federal level.

Dec 28 14:59

Check Out Amazon’s New Cashless, Cashierless Control Grid Shopping Experience

It'll be cashless and cashierless. A store run completely by computers and algorithms.

Dec 27 07:35

FACEBOOK DOESN’T TELL USERS EVERYTHING IT REALLY KNOWS ABOUT THEM

Facebook has long let users see all sorts of things the site knows about them, like whether they enjoy soccer, have recently moved, or like Melania Trump. But the tech giant gives users little indication that it buys far more sensitive data about them, including their income, the types of restaurants they frequent and even how many credit cards are in their wallets.

Dec 26 10:19

The Airport Of The Future Coming Sooner To U.S. Thanks To Trump

A glimpse into Donald Trump’s pledge to modernize U.S airports to bring them out of the “third-world” and into the future.

Dec 26 09:38

New law signed by Obama targets independent media outlets, websites, for elimination under NDAA

The end of the Constitution, free press, may have just arrived — delivered quietly by President Obama during the holidays with one fatal swoop of a pen

Dec 26 09:09

22 Medical Studies That Show Vaccines Can Cause Autism

Concerns regarding vaccinations continue to increase exponentially in light of all of the information and documentation that has surfaced over the past few years. As a result, corporate media has responded to alternative media, stating that the increase of persons who are choosing to opt out of vaccines and the recommended vaccine schedule is a result of ‘fear mongering.’

Dec 26 08:36

8 REASONS WHY YOUR CHILD’S DOCTOR PUSHES VACCINES

Many parents believe their child’s health care provider will offer sound, trustworthy advice about what their child needs to stay healthy. There are many doctors and nurse practitioners who do this well.

However, some health care professionals promote vaccination not because vaccines are safe and effective, but because of other reasons that are not in the best interests of your child.

Read on to discover eight reasons why your child’s doctor will tell you to vaccinate your child.

Dec 26 07:28

Anti rape chastity pants 21st century style


Webmaster addition: And what will the would-be rapist do to his victim when he cannot complete the rape? Wouldn't giving the woman a gun be a better solution?'

Dec 24 14:31

Top Obama Economist Admits 94% Of All New Jobs Were Part-Time

Top Ex-White House Economist Admits 94% Of All New Jobs Under Obama Were Alternative “Gig” Jobs, Not Traditional Full-Time Jobs

Dec 23 13:57

BPA Found In Canned Dog Food Has Startling Implications

Researchers at the University of Missouri recently conducted a short-term study regarding bisphenol-A (BPA) in canned dog food. While BPA is known to cause a number of negative health effects (it is for instance, an endocrine-disrupting chemical), it is also ubiquitous in the environment. The goal of the study was essentially two-fold:…

Dec 23 08:02

Edward Snowden: Solution to ‘fake news’ not censorship but critical thinking

Recently, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey held a Periscope livestream to tackle the notion that “fake news” helped sway the U.S. election in Donald Trump’s favor. The solution to “fake news” was not censorship but rather critical thinking, Snowden said.

Dec 22 14:16

“Lines Out The Door”: How Americans Respond When Liberal States Restrict Their Gun Rights

The window is closing on freedom in the Golden State, as liberal government leaders and increasingly bureaucratic laws are being used to strip away the rights of the people.

“When Gov. Brown signed that bill, the first 30 days in July were just insane. It died down for a while but now we are back with everyone trying to get what they can before the end of the year.”

“We have people lined up out the door and around the block,” Terry McGuire, owner of the Get Loaded gun store in San Bernardino, added.

Read more at SHTF

Dec 22 12:21

Watch Elon Musk Freak as SpaceX Makes History

Last year around this time, SpaceX pulled off the feat of launching a rocket and then having it return safely to Earth after sending its cargo into space. The milestone got plenty of news coverage at the time, but National Geographic TV has now released a video with a compelling inside angle: It shows SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and his employees watching the launch unfold—"this is bad," says Musk at one point, worried about impending failure—complete with jubilant celebration.

Dec 22 11:09

Md. attorney general says nursing homes kicked out patients to boost Medicare payments

A nursing home operator in Maryland aggressively and illegally booted residents from its facilities to maximize payments it collected from public health plans and in many cases dropped the residents off at homeless shelters or inadequate living facilities, the state’s attorney general alleged in a sweeping lawsuit filed Wednesday in Montgomery County Circuit Court.

The lawsuit asserts that the firm, Neiswanger Management Services (NMS), was acutely aware of the reimbursement differences between federal Medicare and the lesser rates paid by Medicaid, which uses state and federal money to provide health coverage for low-income patients.

NMS’s motive, according to the attorney general: Leave bed space for new Medicare patients, who yield more than $500 a day in reimbursements, compared with roughly half that for Medicaid.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am certain that these kinds of practices, to earn more money for nursing home owners, go far beyond the state of Maryland.

I am also reasonably sure that Neiswanger Management Services had their legal folks go over the terms and conditions, regarding discharge of their clients, to the point where these practices just barely skated on the outskirts of "legal".

However, that being said, these practices are both immoral and inhumane.

Many of these patients may have been both physically and mentally disabled, and if they do not have at least one family member to strenuously advocate for them, can get dumped and shuttled into whatever hellholes at which they have been left, without ever being able to make a complaint to the outside world.

These older people who had this done to them were hidden; dumped; maltreated; and simply left to die.

At the end of the day, a society is judged by how it treats its most vulnerable; and among those most vulnerable are those who are no longer able to care for themselves, for whatever reason.

Our fragile elderly need to be treated with respect, kindness, and consistency of care, period, end of discussion; otherwise, we cannot, here in the US characterise ourselves as having a "civilised society".

Dec 22 10:10

Why Social Security Is Doomed: “Birthrate At Lowest Level on Record”… And the Future Is Unfunded

Here’s more evidence that the “recovery” never really happened, and the entire social net structure is doomed to fall apart.

The birthrate, long tied to economic growth, has been dropping to its lowest point in recorded history.

This demographic shift is bad news for the economy – in terms of housing, consumer markets, and especially for the long-term funding of social security, medicaid, medicare and other obligations...

Read more at SHTF

Dec 21 14:40

‘We’ve Seen Exxon Leading The Charge To Go After Groups That Criticized Them’

A widely circulated news article on the appointment of Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson to be secretary of State opens with the note that “the brash Texas oilman…helped forge or supervise exploration, production, and refinery projects in 50 countries on six continents.” But corporate media really only appear interested in one country, and that’s Russia.

Dec 21 10:06

JUNK FOOD ADS TARGET BLACK KIDS 50 PERCENT MORE THAN WHITES – STUDY

African-American and Latino children are more likely to be exposed to junk food ads than their white counterparts, a new study finds. New calls are being made for advertisers and networks to “do more” to prevent bad dining choices.
In the US alone, companies spend around $1.8 billion marketing junk food directly to kids and roughly nine out of every 10 youth-targeted food ads are for sugary drinks, cereals, sweets, snacks and fast food, according to the Obesity Action Coalition, a nonprofit advocacy group.

Researchers at the University of Connecticut’s Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity conducted a study that found African-Americans are subjected to 50 percent more of these junk food related ads and are more than twice as likely to see an ad for junk food than their white peers.

The study analyzed Nielsen data from 2008 to 2012, comparing the rate at which junk food and fast food ads were being viewed by children in different racial categories.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Corporations have no moral compass whatsoever; their goal is to produce profits, and by any means necessary; so this study is absolutely no surprise to me.

Junk food is value-engineered to be able to be created as cheaply as possible, and with as little real dietary value as possible, so it is no wonder that the study concluded that our African-American and Latino kids are suffering from diet-related diseases.

And here is where moms in all of our communities have to get pro-active right now, and educate themselves, and their kids, on what foods are really safe and wholesome to eat; and between GMO products in our foods, and value engineering, many of them are really not, but are sold to the American public just to turn a profit. For example, as reported at http://www.seattleorganicrestaurants.com/:

Top Breakfast Cereals that Contain Monsanto’s GMO Corn

the article states: "The recent French study that linked Monsanto’s GMO corn to cancer, liver damage, organ failure, kidney damage and premature death - is now being taken very seriously by health organizations and even governments all over the world and they are now warning their people and farmers to make healthier and better food choices.

These products include: Barbara’s Bakery Puffins Peanut Butter
General Mills Cocoa Puffs
Kellogg’s Corn Pops
Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes
Kashi Heart to Heart
Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
General Mills Kix
General Mills Corn Chex
Quaker Honey Graham Oh’s
General Mills Honey Nut Chex

How many of these are in your kitchen cabinet right now?!?

Consumers have to, collectively, draw a line in the sand to those GMO corporations, and the corporations which use their products, and the junk food manufacturers and say, NO! You are not poisoning my kids with this stuff.

Then there has to be a very public boycott of these products, where the science is cited consistently; corporations need to be put on notice that if they are pushing junk food, or food with GMO products, that they will not be consumed, because we, the consumers, understand that both are hazardous to the health of our children.

When it comes to health, knowledge is power.

Dec 21 09:53

Doesn't The FBI Have Anything Better To Do Than To Read WhatReallyHappened.com Every Day?

I mean, I know it's a great site and everything, and I read it too, but not while I'm working! Is this what our tax dollars pay for? Where can I apply to be a WRH spy? Here are the latest ISP log screen shots. Maybe they have an FBI WRH Division? Let's not forget- the FBI, this is the agency that literally writes 'love letters' to the ADL . Most recently they supplied the dummy-bomb and goaded an alleged white 'domestic terrorist' pasty who was angry at the Bureau of Land Management. The FBI, when they're not reading WRH, also arrested 74-year-old Cliven Bundy, trained the cop who murdered concealed-carry holder Philando Castile, and trained the maniac thug who killed 62-year-old Idaho rancher Jack Yantis. This is a good time to remind everyone, donate to WRH today!

Dec 21 08:03

Pharma Execs Arrested in Conspiracy to Create Opioid Addicts for Profit

Earlier this month, federal prosecutors in the State of Massachusetts announced the arrest of six former pharmaceutical executives of Insys Therapeutics, Inc., manufacturer of a fentanyl based pain medication called ‘Subsys.’ Their nefarious scheme was a well-organized plot to have doctors overprescribe this medicine and ensure that pill shoppers were well-supplied.

Dec 20 18:46

FBI Warrant For Hillary Clinton Laptop Emails Released

A Judge has released the search warrant the FBI used to look for classified Hillary Clinton emails on the Huma Abedin – Anthony Weiner laptop.

Dec 20 13:47

NDAA 2016: "Fake News" Sites Are Subject to Treason Investigations

The 2016 NDAA now lists alternative news sites as fake news and targets of espionage investigations originally intended for Al Qaeda linked enemy combatants

Dec 19 09:47

CBS News Caught Lying And Slandering WeAreChange and Free Speech

Corporate media lies and slanders WeAreChange in latest anti-competitive practices to put alternative media out of business to maintain their monopoly.

Dec 19 09:01

Podesta: Trump Allies May Have Worked With Russia to Hack Dems

Pushing for more investigations and briefings for the electors of the Electoral College in an apparent last ditch attempt to try to get the outcome of last month’s presidential election changed, former Clinton campaign chair John Podesta today accused members of Donald Trump’s campaign of working with the Russian government to hack the Democrats.

Podesta said he didn’t think President-elect Trump himself was “part of the plan,” but that he thought members of the campaign “went off the reservation” and started working with the Russians, saying that the Electoral College needs to know that before they vote.

“The Russians were trying to elect a lap dog,” Podesta said of Trump’s campaign, saying that the electors have a right to know what “Trump Inc.” knew and when they knew it, along with how closely in touch with the Russian government they were.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A short memo to John Podesta; either prove your accusations, or please shut the flip up!!

Dec 19 07:36

Structural Failure—27 Honolulu Rail Cars heading for Junkyard?

The issue lies within aluminum beams that make up the structure of the rail cars. We’re told the manufacturer has stopped production and 27 rail cars could be affected.

So what’s being done to address the problem? HART says it first learned of the defect last month (Before the election?) and was “officially” notified on Dec. 1. HART also says it will not accept any cars from Hitachi until it is certain there are no defects.

Dec 19 07:09

New 3D printers are ready to turn manufacturing on its head.

A company called Local Motors is making cars in mere hours, while you wait, using 3D printers. The company also uses printers to manufacture an electric self-driving mini bus that even tells jokes.

Dec 18 09:02

Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly? Celebrating The Corporate Plunder Of Agriculture

While Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ on 25 December, that date was probably originally chosen due to the winter solstice on the ancient Roman calendar or because of one of the various other ancient seasonal festivals and celebrations around that time.

Aside from the date, early Christianity also annexed many traditions (see this and this). Places where pagan gods proclaimed revelations became shrines and temples became churches. Ancient superstitions were played on and used to good effect. In some European countries, old myths and festivals were modified and passed off as Christian, and gods and heroes were incorporated into the pantheon of Christian saints.

Dec 17 16:33

Wisconsin Recount: Erroneous Machine Vote Counts Swept Under Rug

Wisconsin officials ignored the discovery of the same kind of erroneous machines vote counts that are now being audited for fraud in Michigan.

Dec 17 09:52

3D Visualization of the Greatest Jobs & Wealth Theft In World History

An interactive 3D model of international trade visualizes the United States experiencing the greatest jobs and wealth theft in history.

Dec 16 11:06

Apple will charge £65 to replace one of its easily loseable AirPods

The tiny earbuds went on sale this week for £159

Dec 16 08:46

‘Smart’ Tech Sex Toy App Reports Back To Manufacturer How It’s Used

Have you ever thought about how ‘smart’ technology appliances and apps apparently work because of their interconnectivity via microwave technology! Then apply what you read later on in this article regarding a “smart sex toy” to how AMI Smart Meters for electricity, natural gas and water will be able to interact with all your in-home ‘smart’…

Dec 16 07:30

TWITTER CUTS OFF FUSION CENTERS FROM SOCIAL MEDIA SURVEILLANCE TOOLS

Over the past couple of months, Twitter has cut off three separate social media surveillance software companies from access to its ‘firehose’ of data: Geofeedia, Snaptrends, and Media Sonar. The social media giant pulled the data plug on these companies after my colleagues at the ACLU of California showed Twitter that the spy companies were marketing their products to police on the basis that they can help police track Black dissidents.

Dec 15 09:26

California Bill of Rights for Children Would Give The State New Powers Over Your Kids

By Vin Armani

“This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to expand and codify the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California to establish a comprehensive framework that governs the rights of all children and youth in California, outlines the research-based essential needs of California’s children, and establishes standards relating to the health, safety, well-being, early childhood and educational opportunities, and familial supports necessary for all children to succeed.”

Vin explains what this could mean for parental rights and liberty in the video below:

Dec 14 11:31

New Jersey Assembly Committee Passes Bill to Legalize Raw Milk

By Mike Maharrey

On Monday, a New Jersey Assembly committee unanimously approved a bill that would legalize limited raw milk sales in the state, taking an important step toward effectively nullifying a federal prohibition scheme in effect.

Assemblymen John DiMiao (R-Dist. 23) introduced Assembly Bill 696 (A696) earlier this year. The legislation would allow holders of a raw milk permit “to sell, offer for sale or otherwise make available raw milk directly to consumers but only at the farm or property where the raw milk is produced.”...

Dec 13 16:12

Yes, We Are Mainstream Now: Cadillac Tried To Cast Someone From The Alt-Right In A Commercial

Cadillac – a company which makes cars – was in the process of creating a commercial that displayed all types of Americans. One of the types of Americans they wanted to display was members of the Alt-Right.

They put out a casting call for members of the Alt-Right.

Dec 13 13:27

HOW “OPEN SOURCE” SEED PRODUCERS FROM THE U.S. TO INDIA ARE CHANGING GLOBAL FOOD PRODUCTION

Frank Morton has been breeding lettuce since the 1980s. His company offers 114 varieties, among them Outredgeous, which last year became the first plant that NASA astronauts grew and ate in space. For nearly 20 years, Morton’s work was limited only by his imagination and by how many different kinds of lettuce he could get his hands on. But in the early 2000s, he started noticing more and more lettuces were patented, meaning he would not be able to use them for breeding. The patents weren’t just for different types of lettuce, but specific traits such as resistance to a disease, a particular shade of red or green, or curliness of the leaf. Such patents have increased in the years since, and are encroaching on a growing range of crops, from corn to carrots — a trend that has plant breeders, environmentalists and food security experts concerned about the future of the food production.

Dec 10 11:43

Samsung's Note7 kill-switch is deeply disturbing, whether you own one or not

The world—and our devices—are growing more and more interconnected, enabling incredible experiences, some borderline magical. But the Note7 saga shows the ugly underbelly of that connectivity: that your rights as an "owner" of a product are nothing when stacked against the power of the platform it runs on.

And depending on the whims of executives in Seoul or Cupertino, Mountain View or Redmond, that power can shift in a heartbeat.

Dec 10 11:26

The DOE vs. Ugly Reality

Over at the Washington Post, Chris Mooney and the usual suspects are seriously alarmed by a memo sent out by the Transition Team at the Department of Energy. They describe it in breathless terms in an article entitled “Trump transition team for Energy Department seeks names of employees involved in climate meetings“.

. . . . the Post put up a copy of the memo in the most idiotic form ever—ten separate individual pages, in image form without searchable text, printed sideways. Thanks, guys, it’s clear you’ve only posted them because you have to.

To save your neck from getting a crick from holding your head sideways, I’ve snagged them off the web and OCR’d them so we could all have a look.

Dec 10 09:41

Washington Post claims secret CIA assessment shows Russia directly helped Trump win election

In a sort of Friday night disinfo surprise, the Washington Post, already reeling from publishing a now totally debunked article on fake news, has released a bombshell report that claims a secret CIA assessment shows that Russia directly sought to help Donald Trump win the presidency.

Dec 09 12:54

Study: 70% Of Olive Oil Is Fake – Stop Buying These Brands

More than two-thirds of common brands of extra-virgin olive oil found in American grocery stores aren’t what they claim to be, according to a University of California at Davis study.

Dec 08 17:44

Creepy Kids Doll Tells Defense Contractor Everything Your Child Says

A popular children’s doll has been found to collect and transmit personal information from unsuspecting children to a U.S. defense contractor.

Dec 08 17:26

HR 34 “21st Century Cures Act” – Time For Real Push-Back Now Or Regret It!

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Our do-nothing Congress is fast-tracking a most controversial bill to land on President Barack Obama’s desk before he leaves office, and which he’s promised to sign into law. That draconian bill will mandate and impose many more restrictions upon our freedom of self-determination regarding our health, including vaccinations...

Dec 08 16:29

Samsung may permanently disable Galaxy Note 7 phones in the US as soon as next week

Samsung appears to be planning to permanently disable Galaxy Note 7 units in the US with an update that would prevent the recalled phone from charging.

According to an image obtained by The Verge, an alert went out to at least one Note 7 owner on US Cellular today stating that, “As of December 15th, Samsung will modify the software to prevent the Galaxy Note 7 from charging. The phone will no longer work.”

Dec 08 10:14

WELLS FARGO IS SUCCESSFULLY CONVINCING JUDGES THAT FORGED ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS ARE LEGALLY BINDING

When you sign up for a Wells Fargo account, you're required to sign an arbitration "agreement" giving up your right to sue the company, and requiring you to have your case heard by an arbitrator paid for by -- and dependent on -- Wells Fargo instead.

At least 2,000,000 times, Wells Fargo employees were pressured -- on pain of termination and lifelong blacklisting from the finance industry -- into opening fake accounts in their customers' names. These accounts existed solely to accrue fees, which, in many cases, made their customers overdrawn (or simply generated suspicious seeming queries against their credit records), and when that happened, their credit records were dinged, which can cost you a job, a loan -- even your house if you can't refinance your mortgage.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If you have any account with Wells Fargo, CLOSE IT NOW.

This is the only way to make the corporate executives (who should have done jail time for signing off on this practice) understand that you are not to be played with.

Any ding on your credit report can have negative repercussions for decades. If Wells Fargo has caused this to happen, they need to fix it, in your presence, with your sitting down with your bank manager until it gets sorted.

Dec 07 18:41

5200 Pentagon Employees Busted Buying Child Porn

Back when Anderson Cooper’s show was about “Keeping them honest” he reported on an undercover internet child pornography sting operation which was abruptly halted after 8 months when it was learned that 5,200 targets in the operation were actual pentagon employees.

Dec 07 13:20

Corporate media promotes call for U.S. government to investigate Intellihub, other alternative news outlets for espionage

“Very shady” hidden group promotes list of so-called Russian Propagandists, including popular alt-media news outlets

Dec 07 11:26

What is Carrageenan?

Although derived from a natural source, it appears to be particularly destructive to the digestive system, triggering an immune response similar to that your body has when invaded by pathogens like Salmonella. The result: “It predictably causes inflammation, which can lead to ulcerations and bleeding,” explains veteran researcher Joanne Tobacman, MD, associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of Illinois School of Medicine at Chicago. She says the food ingredient irritates by activating an immune response that dials up inflammation. Her previous work showed a concerning connection between carrageenan and gastrointestinal cancer in lab animals, and she’s involved with ongoing research funded through the National Institutes of Health that is investigating carrageenan’s effect on ulcerative colitis and other diseases like diabetes.

Dec 07 10:44

Now Vauxhall Corsas 'face fire safety fears': Up to 865,000 models could be a risk after motorists report flames seeping through their dashboards

Up to 865,000 Vauxhall Corsas may have a similar wiring fault to the one that forced a recall of a quarter of a million Zafira models, it was claimed last night.

Experts fear that all Corsa D and E models built since 2006 are a potential fire risk, with dozens of motorists reporting flames seeping through their dashboards.

The Corsa, which is Britain's second best-selling car, is said to have heater wiring susceptible to heat damage, like the Zafira.

Dec 07 09:39

Scott Adams: How the Trump Administration Can Lower Healthcare Costs

For the past year I have been working with the UC Berkeley start-up ecosystem – the largest in the world – to help improve their efficiency. I seed-funded a project to build a website that connects entrepreneurs, advisors, and investors in the Berkeley area. But I’m also going to highlight in this blog some Berkeley start-ups that can substantially lower healthcare costs in the future.

Today’s focus is on DeviceFarm, a start-up that cures toe fungus using a patent-pending combination of plasma gas and a special liquid concentrator.

Dec 07 08:52

Firmware freakout sends Epson Wi-Fi printers into reset loop

Epson Wi-Fi-connected printers are repeatedly crashing due to what looks like a combination of a firmware update gone wrong and Google Cloud Print.

Reg tipster Terry Bernstein says folks have found that their Epson WF?3520 printers have been sent into a constant loop of shutting down and restarting over the past day.

The issue appears to be related to a recent firmware update, as owners say they began seeing the problem after an upgrade was pushed to the printers by Epson. El Reg has asked Epson for comment on the matter, but has yet to hear back.

Dec 06 14:40

Hillary Clinton Loses 32,423 Votes in Day 5 of Wisconsin Recount

In the Wisconsin Day 5 Recount Update 32,423 votes for Hillary Clinton were erased resulting in a 28,830 vote net increase for Donald Trump.

Dec 06 13:17

Michigan Recount: Over 1/2 of Hillary Clinton's Detroit Vote Faces Disqualification

Michigan officials say they can not reconcile vote counts in 610 of 1,680 precincts, or 59% of the precincts, in Michigan’s largest county , Wayne County, which Hillary won by a margin of 2 to 1 over Donald Trump because the original vote counts in the poll books do not match the number of votes in the machine printout reports.

Specifically, the number of votes recorded by the voting machines were higher than the number of voters that were logged into to vote in these precincts.

Dec 06 12:46

Massive Oil Spill ‘The Size of Seven Football Fields” Found In North Dakota

Farmer Steve Jensen stated that he smelled the crude oil a few days before his combines were covered in it. The oil was “spewing and bubbling six inches high,” he said in an interview with CBS News. The Tesoro Corp’s underground pipeline spilled 20,600 barrels of oil under the farmland. It was four times the size of a pipeline that burst in March of 2013 that forced the evacuation of more than 20 homes in Arkansas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now you know why the Dakota Sioux are worried!

Dec 06 11:07

Big Win for Whistleblowers at Supreme Court

Washington, D.C. June 16, 2016. In a unanimous ruling issued today, the United States Supreme Court upheld a whistleblower’s claim in Universal Health Services v. U.S. ex rel. Escobar. The Court, in an opinion by Justice Thomas, affirmed the “implied certification theory” of liability under the False Claims Act (FCA). This theory permits contractors to be liable for fraud when they fail to disclose material non-compliance with regulatory requirements.

Following the death of 17-year-old Yarushka Rivera resulting from a reaction to a medication she had been prescribed by Arbour Counseling Services, a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Rivera’s family learned that the “doctors” who had treated Rivera were in fact unlicensed.

Dec 06 10:40

These talking toys can tell a defense contractor everything your kid says

you’re thinking of buying a talking toy for your child this Christmas, you’re really going to want to make sure to read the terms of service.

As Consumerist reports, several consumer groups have filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission against the makers of two talking children’s toys: The My Friend Cayla doll and the i-Que Intelligent Robot.

The problem with these toys, the complaint alleges, is that their terms of service allow them to record everything they hear and then send that information back to Nuance Communications, a voice recognition software company that supplies the underlying technology behind the toys, but that also does work as a defense contractor.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Retailers with any sense of honesty and morality should pull these toys off the shelves right the heck now.

What these toys are doing are grooming kids, and their parents, to accept massive, Orwellian surveillance inside their homes from the day they are born to the day they die.

Dec 06 10:32

Experts Reveal What Caused Galaxy Note 7 To Explode

An aggressive design was found to be the culprit. Instrumental said that Samsung used a pair of polymer layers drenched in electrolytes to separate the positive layer of lithium cobalt oxide with the negative layer made of graphite. When the positive and negative layers come in contact, they cause the electrolytes to heat up and catch fire.

In its attempt to design a ridiculously slim phablet, Samsung compressed the battery while packing as much capacity as possible. The pressure caused the “separator” layer of electrolytes to get damaged easily. Also, the battery tends to swell a little due to pressure created by pushing on the back cover. For instance, placing the smartphone in your back pocket and sitting on a chair could cause the battery to swell slightly.

The worse thing is, claims Instrumental, that Samsung engineers knew all along about the risks of employing a highly compressed battery design.

Dec 06 09:30

Nestlé Restructuring Sugar Itself To Cut Ingredient Without Changing Taste

In late November Nestlé announced it had made a research breakthrough in their chocolate recipes – restructuring sugar in order to cut down on the ingredient by 40%, but still trick consumer taste buds into sweet satisfaction. Nestle says, “Imagine if your favorite chocolate bar tasted just as good, but with…

Dec 05 10:46

How The CDC And Vaccine Court Create An Epidemic Of Autism

By Rosanne Lindsay

There are three courts in the land: the court of justice (Judicial branch of government), the court of public opinion (i.e., news media), and the Vaccine Court. The first two courts are public. The third is private. Because the Vaccine Court is hidden out of sight, most people never learn of its existence...

Dec 04 15:00

End of the EU: NO Vote Leads 63% In Italy Exit Poll

After media warnings a “No” vote will collapse the EU and the Euro, early Italy exit polls show the no vote winning 63% to 37%.

Last week the corporate media ran numerous reports stating a”No” vote in Italy’s referendum vote today will unleash financial doomsday and lead to the collapse of the Euro and the EU itself.

Dec 04 10:54

Obama’s Legacy: A Failing Healthcare System

By Paul A. Philips

When Obama leaves the oval office in January and hands over the US presidency to Trump he will leave behind a troubling legacy. In a number of different ways he has betrayed those he was supposed to serve, the American people. Whether it has been through his involvement in healthcare or running up a serious national debt to the tune of over 20 trillion dollars, or the climate change scam, rising mass poverty and unemployment, homelessness, etc., he will affect many Americans for generations to come.

Taking the case of health as an example, he will leave behind the consequences of his involvement in a seriously failing healthcare system that has done far more harm than good. Some have argued, quite justifiably, that Obama’s involvement in the US healthcare (sick care) system has been deliberately set up to fail due to a number of reasons, which will be explained...

Dec 04 09:25

Michael T. Flynn and Islam

This General sussed out ISIS over 3 years ago. One of Trump's best picks!

With a load of bad faith, the Clintonian Press describes Michael T. Flynn, the next National Security Advisor of the United States, as an Islamophobe and a partisan of torture. What’s the truth behind all this?

Dec 03 20:21

New Evidence Confirms Link Between Autism and Mercury

Waking Times

An international team of scientists has published a study that claims that a fundamental relationship exists between mercury and autism. The research results show that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) had significantly higher levels of mercury when compared with healthy control children. A direct correlation was also observed between levels of mercury toxicity and the severity of autistic behavior. The study, Altered Urinary Porphyrins and Mercury Exposure as Biomarkers for Autism Severity in Egyptian Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, was published in the journal Metabolic Brain Disease.

Dec 03 15:17

Hillary Clinton Loses 18,422 Votes in Day 3 of Wisconsin Recount

In the Day 3 recount update, Hillary Clinton has a net total loss of 18,422 votes in from the original count in areas that have been recounted so far.

In contrast, Donald Trump has a net total loss of 3,289 votes from the original count in areas that have been recounted so far.

The resulting total difference is a net change of 15,133 votes in favor of Donald Trump after the completion of the 3rd day of the recount.

Dec 03 13:39

MSNBC Debunks Their Own Anti-Trump Global Warming Segment

MSNBC shows a slick animation claiming Arctic ice is at all time lows when it, and the NASA data it cites, shows ice has increased since 2012.

Despite Chris Hayes sensationalist MSNBC “All In” segment tonight the actual NASA data he cites debunks his own report.

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