May 23 19:42

New Vaccines Will Permanently Alter Human DNA

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Why is the government so maniacal about injecting vaccines?

May 23 18:18

The BlackRock Dilemma: To End Short-Termism, Reform CEO Pay

In April, Gretchen Morgenson boldly called out the hypocrisy of BlackRock pillorying corporate short-termism while the investment giant simultaneously approved more than 96 percent of executive pay packages last fiscal year. She also described one BlackRock investor’s intrepid campaign to better align the company’s supposed philosophy with its executive pay practices: Stephen Silberstein, a retired software company founder, wrote a shareholder proposal for reform, and BlackRock investors and shareholders in general (including anyone with a pension or college savings) should take heed.

May 23 15:12

Here’s Why You Should Never Use Aluminum Foil to Cook Your Food

By James Holbrooks

According to a study published by the International Journal of Electrochemical Science, you may want to think twice before wrapping your food in aluminum foil to cook it — because some of that foil will leach into your meal.

“Aluminum foil used in cooking provides an easy channel for the metal to enter the human body,” concludes the study, which examined the effect foil has on a variety of different foods when used to prepare them...


May 23 07:37

Sorry, But We’re About To Ruin Diet Soda For You

• This study found that people who drank diet soda every day had a 61 percent higher risk of stroke and heart attack than those who drank none at all.

• And this one showed that older people who drank diet soda over nine years picked up about triple thewaist circumference and belly fat as their non-soda counterparts. (That’s the body circumference you least want to increase.)

• Overweight or obese people who drink diet sodas eat significantly more calories .

• Oh, and people who drink diet sodas are more apt to eat like crap .

• Diet soda tastes like aluminum foil. We have no science for that, but we stand by it.


May 23 07:35

Protesters worldwide slam US-based biotech giant Monsanto

Hundreds of thousands of people have demonstrated in nearly 50 countries around the globe to protest against the American mega producer company of genetically engineered (GE) seeds Monsanto, saying the corporation’s modified food and chemical herbicides pose grave threats to health.

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May 23 03:57

FINRA Cracks Down On Annuity Sales

Earlier this month, MetLife Inc. (MET) broke a record, though not the type businesses hope for: The company settled allegations with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority for $25 million, the second-largest penalty the regulatory body has levied in its history.

What sort of allegations could generate such a hefty price tag? In MetLife’s case, the core of the problem was the way the company handled variable annuities. According to FINRA, MetLife’s sales force allegedly provided customers with incomplete or misleading information when encouraging them to replace their variable annuities with newer products. The insurer neither admitted nor denied wrongdoing in the settlement.

Variable annuities are complicated products, often pitched as a key component of a retirement plan.>>>

May 22 11:35

"Our Water, Our Future": Voters in Oregon Defeat Nestlé's Attempt to Privatize Their Water

In Hood River County, Oregon, voters recently passed a precedent-setting ballot initiative that will protect the community's water from industrial bottling operations. Organizers say they built a bipartisan campaign, resulting in nearly 70 percent of voters supporting the ban on commercial bottling in the county. Blue yard signs bearing the words "Yes on 14-55: Our Water, Our Future" dotted lawns throughout Hood River County, Oregon, in the run-up to the primary election held on May 17. Just as many of these signs appeared to share a lawn with a Cruz or Trump yard sign as with a Clinton or Sanders sign. The issue that brought conservatives and progressives together in this way was clear-cut: keeping Nestlé Waters North America from building a water bottling plant and extracting over 118 million gallons annually from a spring in a small, rural community 45 miles east of Portland.

May 22 09:09

Flashback 1972 - "FutureShock with Orson Welles"

'Future Shock' is a documentary film based on the book written in 1970 by sociologist and futurist Alvin Toffler. Released in 1972, with a cigar-chomping Orson Welles as on-screen narrator, this piece of futurism is darkly dystopian and oozing techno-paranoia.

(Note: This used to be "standard policy" viewing in US Public Schools)

May 22 08:42

BPA Shown to Have Damaging Effects On In Vitro Fertilization

By Brandon Turbeville

Long-known to have serious health effects on both animals and humans, BPA (Bisphenol-A) is still one of the most prevalent health-damaging chemicals present in the everyday life in the Western world.

Fred vom Saal, an Endocrinologist with the University of Missouri has studied BPA and its effects, particularly on the reproductive system for over 20 years and has repeatedly found that BPA is not only an endocrine-disruptor, but an hormone-disruptor as well...

May 21 17:12

6 Plants Other than Cannabis That are High in Healing Cannabinoids

Waking Times

Cannabis is not the only plant that contains medically beneficial cannabinoids, although it has driven the research to understand the powerful therapeutic properties of these plant compounds. In actuality, there are several plants that are also rich in cannabinoids and benefit the body’s endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for helping the body maintain internal balance, or homeostasis, which is needed for attaining optimum health.

May 21 10:50

Warnings of Food Safety Threats as Canada Green Lights “Frankenfish”

By Nadia Prupis

“Health Canada’s approval is irresponsible and disappointing,” said Dana Perls of Friends of the Earth

Despite a sustained effort from public health and climate activists, genetically modified (GM or GMO) salmon has been officially sanctioned for sale in Canada.

And if that wasn’t foreboding enough, a pending trade deal between Canada and the European Union means the country’s first approved GMO food animal, known colloquially as the “Frankenfish,” could soon be sold and eaten internationally...

May 20 21:27

13-Year-Old Invents Tesla Inspired Free Energy Device for Under $15

Waking Times

Inspired by the geniuses Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, teenager Max Loughan loves to invent things, in fact, he says he has known his entire short life that his purpose was to change the world with his inventions. And he may just do it.

May 20 21:24

Russian Face Recognition App Promises to Destroy Public Anonymity

Waking Times

Mark Zuckerberg has hinted at the personally invasive future of social media. His new artificial intelligence technology doesn’t even need your face to determine who you are, but a new social media platform in Russia is launching that will make keeping your privacy in public nearly impossible – giving even Zuckerberg a run for his money.

May 20 11:21

Glyphosate testing in Portugal detects highest levels ever recorded in people with no professional exposure

Worldwide, glyphosate contamination is rampant. Around 650,000 tons of the chemical, the primary ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup, were applied globally in 2011. Unsurprisingly, the widely used weed killer is in our water supplies, soil and conventionally grown crops. Now, thanks to independent testing, we're beginning to understand how glyphosate, a probable carcinogen, accumulates in people.

Testing conducted by the Portuguese No GMO Coalition and the Detox Project is the latest to discover the presence of glyphosate in human urine. However, their results are unique in that they detected substantially higher levels of the weed killer than any other tests performed in Europe in people with no professional exposure to glyphosate.

May 20 11:08

So. California Hospital on hot seat

Hospital in Secret Video Drama Offers Apology

A large Southern California hospital is now on the hot seat for releasing video clips of women undergoing obstetric surgery to an outside attorney, an error it said constituted a breach of medical privacy and has led to state and federal breach notification.

"We are very sorry that this error occurred and that the privacy of these patients was breached," said the statement from Sharp Grossmont Hospital, a 528-bed facility located just east of downtown San Diego, part of the network of Sharp's five hospital system and the second largest hospital in San Diego County.

The hospital said it mistakenly released the clips to Duane Admire, the lawyer defending Adam Dorin, MD, an anesthesiologist whom the hospital has accused of stealing propofol and who is now facing disciplinary action from the California state medical board.

May 20 10:42

Maui Completely Stops Spraying Roundup, Switches to Organic Herbicides

By Christina Sarich

Maui’s State Department of Transportation just agreed not to spray Monsanto’s Roundup along roadways. All purchases of the glyphosate-based, carcinogenic weed killer have been halted, according to Maui Mama. What’s more, the department is about to change the signs on all of their spray trucks to say “Certified Organic Herbicide.”

Beyond Pesticides has also agreed to teach county workers how to make the switch from the health-damaging Roundup chemical applications to a non-toxic solution, FREE OF CHARGE. The county of Maui has yet to take the offer to heart, but with some world-wide support, they could be gently urged to do so...

May 20 09:40

MSM Can’t Understand Why Consumers Want Non-GMO Despite Industry Science

By Brandon Turbeville

The mainstream media seems oddly perplexed.

A few days after a report released by the National Research Council claiming to “prove” that GMOs are safe to eat and are harmless, data still shows that customers want non-GMO food and they are doing whatever they can to get it.

Many outlets are now asking the question “why don’t consumers seem to care about the NRC report? Why don’t they seem to care about the ‘science!?!?!?'” ...

May 20 09:30

STOP TPP: YOU! …are the “technical barrier to trade [greed]”

Author’s Note: This is Part Five of a series on the upcoming threat of TPP. The previous report was direct from the 2012 San Diego TPP negotiations re-published by Intellihub to bring urgent awareness of the threat of TPP to its

May 20 09:18

Is Homeland Security’s Royals ‘panty raid’ at Birdies turning into Pantygate?

The raid on Birdies was initiated by feds so local agents could “get their numbers up,” documents newly released to Vice Sports suggestBY ERIC ADLER
Talk about a Royal embarrassment.

In October 2014, the actions of two Kansas City agents from the Department of Homeland Security generated critical national headlines as the Royals were making their run to become American League champions. The agents, both with guns on their hips, entered the tiny Birdies lingerie shop in the Crossroads on Oct. 21, 2014, on what quickly was dubbed a federal “panty raid.”

May 20 08:41


Both the House and Senate approved measures Thursday to block the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) from enforcing its rule that prohibits its doctors from even discussing the treatment. Veterans are celebrating the development since they know how medical cannabis offers a natural and less addictive alternative to mainstream prescription drugs, especially painkillers. Marijuana can treat conditions like PTSD, anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain.

May 20 08:15


How Protest Against Monsanto and Its Practices Are Changing Agriculture Throughout the World.

May 20 05:35

Small business owner explains unintended consequences of Obamacare

Over just the last few months we’ve shown the stunning developments that have taken place in the insurance industry as a result of Obamacare. Namely that insurance companies have begun a mass exodus from Obamacare markets because it is

May 19 19:14

Monsanto Threatens Argentina Over Recent Food Inspection Decision

By Brandon Turbeville

In yet one more example of how Monsanto will stop at nothing to achieve total domination of the food supply, the major agricultural corporation is now attempting to use its toxic product as leverage against the Argentinian government.

After a dispute between Monsanto and Argentina regarding the inspection of genetically modified soybeans, Monsanto has now announced that it intends to suspend future soybean technologies in Argentina...


May 19 12:14


Germany’s Bayer AG has made a takeover approach to Monsanto Co., the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

May 19 11:34

Oh-My-Gosh I Sang "Where Do I Begin" (Love Story) To My Wife In Our Den & Got A Copyright Claim From A Corporation On YouTube 2 Days Later

This is hilarious, if not a bit absurd. The other day I posted a cute story of a couple we met at Newport Beach, who were getting engaged at that very moment in Corona Del Mar. As the couple kissed they were videotaped by some friends, and I couldn't resist but start singing 'Where Do I Begin,' a classic sappy love song by Andy Williams, also done Johnny Mathis and probably hundreds of other singers. So I post a video of me from our den singing this song to my wife. Next thing I know I get threatening e-mails about copyright infringement! Ha ha! Only in America! The corporation said they will let me keep up the song if I agree to share revenue with them.

May 19 11:21

The Quaker Oats Company Issues Voluntary Recall of Quaker Quinoa Granola Bars Due to Possible Health Risk

The Quaker Oats Company, a subsidiary of PepsiCo, Inc., today announced a voluntary recall of a small quantity of Quaker Quinoa Granola Bars after an ingredient supplier was found to have distributed sunflower kernels that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes (L.mono).

May 19 07:03

The Real Reason Big Pharma Wants to Help Pay for Your Prescription

Having just made Daraprim much more costly, Turing was now offering to make it more affordable. But this is not a feel-good story. It’s a story about why expensive drugs keep getting more expensive, and how U.S. taxpayers support a billion-dollar system in which charitable giving is, in effect, a very profitable form of investing for drug companies—one that may also be tax-deductible.

May 19 07:02

Poisoned: 99.6% Of Germans Have Glyphosate Residues In Urine

Glyphosate, the primary ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, has increasingly been subjected to scrutiny after the World Health Organization concluded last spring that it is “probably carcinogenic.”

Researchers and health food advocates’ fears have been confirmed as studies continue to uncover the impacts of glyphosate accumulation in the environment, our food supply, and humans.

May 18 15:29

US CEOs Earn 335 Times More Than Average Worker: Study

US chief executive officers (CEO) of the largest American companies on average made 335 times more money than US rank-and-file workers last year, according to a new study.

The average production and non-supervisory worker made around $36,900 last year, up from roughly $36,000 in 2014, the AFL-CIO reported Tuesday, based on US government reports.

May 18 14:17

Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus gets $92 million severance after 2.5 years on the job

The sale of Time Warner Cable to Charter Communications is completed today, and former TWC customers (including me) can probably look forward to a whole new era of crappy service, Netflix throttling, and horrible customer service experiences under our new broadband overlords. But the deal worked out pretty well for TWC's outgoing CEO Rob Marcus, who “didn’t exactly endear himself to customers and employees during his short tenure,” reports Fortune. In part, because of his behavior to employees as CEO. And in part, because he will be receiving $92 million in severance after working at the company for a total of two and a half years. Pretty sweet deal.

May 18 12:22


According to publicly available budget records, the Boston Police Department contracts with a social media monitoring company that received start-up funding from the CIA’s venture capital arm In-Q-Tel. The company, Geofeedia Inc., sells its software to police departments nationwide, as well as to media companies. The organization LittleSis, which documents connections between powerful companies and government actors, has published documents from the Austin, Oakland, San Diego, San Jose, Santa Clara, and Philadelphia police departments revealing contracts with the company.

May 18 08:28

Two More MMR Vaccine Whistleblowers: They’re Suing

The censored film, Vaxxed (trailer), has escaped the claws of the “protectors of all truth.” It has been showing to packed houses all over the country. It relates the specific crime of scientific fraud at the CDC. A whistleblower, William Thompson, confesses that he and his CDC colleagues lied and cheated and omitted vital data, in order to give the MMR vaccine a free pass and claim it had no connection to autism—when it did have a connection.

That’s the purpose and meaning and focus of this astonishing film.

But there is more. There are other whistleblowers shining a light on the MMR (mumps, measles, rubella) vaccine. Specifically, the mumps component of the vaccine and its ineffectiveness.

May 18 08:27

David Letterman’s Epic Rant Against Fracking

May 18 04:41

Businessman to recreate 9/11; wants to fly 747 into it to test theories

As you may already know, on September 11, 2001, three buildings, WTC Tower 1, WTC Tower 2, and WTC Building 7, collapsed at near free-fall speed after only two were struck by airliners flown by alleged terrorists.

May 17 21:55

Tiny Homes for the Homeless Now Under Attack in California

Waking Times

The tiny house movement is one of the many creative ways in which people are out-smarting the matrix of consumerism and debt. Recently, however, we reported on the federal government’s attempts through the Department of Housing and Urban Development to make owning and living in a tiny home more difficult for those who wish to do so.

May 17 17:38

United Nations Review Claims Monsanto’s Glyphosate Not Carcinogenic

By Derrick Broze

In the ongoing battle over whether or not Monsanto’s pesticides are a cancer risk to humans, the United Nations has found that glyphosate, an ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer, is not a cancer risk to humans.

Experts with the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have released a statement claiming that glyphosate is “unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans” exposed to it through food. The World Health Organization (WHO) co-signed the statement with the FAO. The organizations also found that glyphosate is not likely to be genotoxic, destructive to cell’s genetic material, in humans. The groups met last week and published their conclusions on Monday...





May 17 13:47

The Hidden Workforce Expanding Tesla's Factory

Gregor Lesnik, an electrician from Slovenia, was among scores of Eastern European workers who worked on a multimillion dollar expansion of Tesla’s Fremont factory in 2015. At the plant, Lesnik lifted heavy pipes, and installed them into the ceiling and through the roof of the paint shop. A typical workday was 10 hours at least six days a week.

May 17 13:04

Blatant Vote Fraud In Adams County, Idaho

Adams County, Idaho is where 62-year-old rancher Jack Yantis was shot and killed by two Adams County Sheriff deputies in front of his wife and nephew last November 1st. The Sheriff who employs the two killers, Ryan Zollman, has sided with them, defended them in the press constantly, and is running for re-election. The primary election is today. There have been countless reports of shady activity, disenfranchised voters, and outright vote fraud from angry residents in Adams County.


May 17 07:47

Monsanto And The Poisoning Of Europe: An Open Letter To The EFSA Chief Attorney About Re-Licensing Glyphosate In The EU

This week, a Standing Committee of plant scientists from 28 member states in Europe is likely to endorse the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) findings so that the European Commission (under pressure from Monsanto, Glyphosate Task Force and others) can re-authorise glyphosate for another nine years. This is despite the WHO classifying glyphosate as being “probably carcinogenic” to humans.

May 16 17:57

Warren Buffett Bites Into Apple With $1 Billion Purchase Ahead Of Shares’ Fall

Berkshire Hathaway, the investment conglomerate run by Warren Buffett, the world’s third-richest man, has just purchased nearly 10 million Apple shares for around $1.07 billion.




May 16 12:31

Let The Old Guys Do It!

I am over 60 and the Armed Forces thinks I'm too old to track down terrorists! They have got the whole thing backwards!

May 16 12:11


Last week, roughly 150 scientists, lawyers, and entrepreneurs met in secrecy to discuss the possibility of creating an entirely synthetic human genome. This means scientists would chemically recreate the genetic material that’s naturally passed from parents to children.

May 16 12:05

Supreme Court refuses appeal of $236m Exxon Mobil groundwater contamination case

Exxon Mobil Corp. owes New Hampshire $236 million in damages after it contaminated groundwater by spilling a fuel additive. The US Supreme Court declined to hear the energy corporation's appeal.


May 16 10:56

Meet The Ayn Rand Enthusiast Whose Private College Empire Reaps A Fortune From The Government

Ayn Rand enthusiast Carl Barney says he ethically objects to government-backed loans because they interfere with unbridled free market capitalism. But that has not stopped the private college tycoon from ruthlessly building his fortune on students who take out such loans, only to face horrific debt, high drop-out rates and an educational environment fraught with abuse.

May 16 09:33

A Frozen Produce Recall Has Just Been Expanded, and It’s Huge

Fourteen voluntary recalls have been announced related to a listeria outbreak that has caused eight cases of illness in three states. On April 23, CRF Frozen Foods recalled 11 of its products because of possible listeria contamination. Then, on May 2, it expanded that recall to include all frozen vegetable and fruit products that had been processed at its Pasco, Washington, facility since May 2014. This accounts for 358 products sold under 42 brands.

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I wonder if CFR is the target of a hostile takeover, because one way to get a bargain price is to sabotage the target company's products!

May 16 06:56

Apocalypse programming and “Knowing” the end of days

The many end of the world scenarios we’ve had pumped into us from birth, from ducking under our primary school desks in atom bomb drills to apocalyptic religion, books and movies, all have a targeted effect. It’s not just about sensationalism and sales with all the media’s putting into this. They’re playing with very deep human dynamics.

May 15 05:27

A behind the scenes look at a failing Fox News Corp.: Caught on tape

A rare behind the scenes look at Fox News host Laura Ingraham as she deals with the failed ins and outs of the corporation’s production capabilities.

May 15 05:21

Wendy’s replacing workers with kiosks in response to ‘fight for $15’

In response to recent minimum wage hikes, Wendy’s is now replacing fast food workers with robots.

May 15 04:51

Secret Executive Orders and DoD directives allow for illegal targeting and human experimentation

During my research of secret government programs, which include the vicious Post-911 COINTELPRO, I came across a webpost by Paul Baird. I extracted his most important points

May 14 22:35

#NVDemConvention Results Reported Hours Before Vote #NV64

Somehow hours before the vote happened final results were reported by the APP on a local Nevada news sure. Official results have Bernie losing by 31 votes yet at the end of the official vote a petition signed by 64 saying their vote was denied was presented, only be told to present their complaint at the #DNC

May 14 19:20

#NVDemConvention Results Reported Hours Before Vote #NV64

Some how hours before the Nevada Democratic Convention vote actually happened, the final result of the vote were somehow reported by the AP via local Nevada news station.

How does a news outlet report final vote results hours before the actual vote occurs?

Adding to the scandal, the official vote has Hillary Clinton winning by 31 votes, but after the vote was conducted a petition was presented with the signature of 64 Bernie Sander supporters saying they were suppressed from being allowed to vote. The response to the petition was to tell the voters to present their complaint at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

May 14 13:30

Bernie Energy Plan Transition's Fossil Fuel Workers While Going Green

Bernie's energy plan will put 80 billion dollars into migrating fossil fuel workers and will transition the US into a true green energy future. The plan will be paid for by implementing polluter's tax on dirty fossil fuels.

May 14 13:21

Bernie: #FreeCollege Should Be A Right - We Need A Revolution

Bernie Sanders explains that providing free public college is not a radical idea. Instead it is an idea whose time will come and it is our job to make it come sooner rather than later.

But how will it be paid for? A few years ago Wall Street drove this country to the worse economic recession since the great depression.

Wall street is doing just fine today and taxing their speculation that caused the Financial Collapse of #2008 would bring in more than enough money to provide free public college to everyone and help massively reduce current student debt.

May 14 10:38

Ontario Proposes Forced Reeducation For Parents Who Choose To Not Vaccinate Their Children

By Joe Wright

When it comes to regulatory tyranny, Canada and the United States have been one-upping each other for some time. For most people who believe in medical choice, the march toward mandatory vaccination has raised an alarm, but for students of history it should be forced reeducation of any type that signifies when the final line is about to be crossed. Ontario, Canada has a new proposal…

May 14 09:52

Stop the purchase and use of Roundup and other glyphosate based herbicides and neonicotinoid in our parks, roadways, and near schools.

We the residents of Maui and the state of Hawai'i, ask Maui County and the State of Hawaii to stop the use of Round Up and Neonicotinoids immediately and permanently.

The long term and often excessive use of the herbicide Roundup Pro, and other glyphosate based herbicides to control weeds in our city parks and roadways unnecessarily expose children, adults, and wildlife to a toxic stew of chemicals.

This poison is being sprayed all over our roadways, city parks, and next to schools. And with no warning, signs, or mandated limitations around application? This must stop. There are better ways to keep up our parks, roadways and playgrounds without spraying toxins that harm our children!

May 14 09:30

Verizon Calls in SWAT Team to Keep Exploited Overseas Workers Under Wraps

Representatives from the Communications Workers of America (CWA), the union whose members are currently engaged in a weeks-long strike against Verizon for its "corporate greed," say they discovered this week that the communications behemoth has publicly lied about the extent of its offshoring of jobs. "When our members uncovered how Verizon is padding its incredible profit margins by replacing good paying American jobs with poverty-wage jobs abroad, Verizon sent armed guards and a SWAT team after them." —CWA President Chris Shelton

May 13 22:54

Trying to donate $250 to WRH and paypal is making me jump through crazy hoops

This is crazy. I use my PayPal somewhat frequently without issue.

All of the sudden I decide to WRH and they I get prompted for my security my password needs to be changed, honestly the message said because "We are looking out for you."

So I am forced to changed my password, go through the email verification steps, secret questions, etc and reset my password.

Not done yet, got to donate again. And get a message I need to fund my papal account before I can continue. No, I don't fund my account it's linked and pays on demand from my bank account if and when I authorize it. Clear my browser, restart my PC, same message.

May 13 22:08


A video of a woman asserting that gun owners are terrorists during a round table meeting in New York yesterday shows Hillary Clinton nodding along in agreement.


May 13 14:06

German vs Chinese bearing test - interesting

Here we have a side-by-side comparison of the humblest of fruits from two industrial powerhouses: simple bearings made in China and Germany. Both are advertised, per the description, as "weapons-grade," though apparently the German version costs a good 30 times as much.

What does your money buy you with a part this small? Roundness, it seems. The guy explaining the difference between the ostensibly interchangeable parts has a simple test. Drop 'em down a rod, and give 'em a good hard flick with his thumb.

May 13 10:58

Doctors and Hospitals Declare War on Patients

After heart disease and cancer, medical errors kill more Americans than anything else does, claiming a quarter of a million lives a year, according to a study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University the British Medical Journal reports. Add to this number over 100,000 that die from properly prescribed medicines and you can see how quickly we reach 3.5 million dead over the last decade.

May 13 10:21

DEA Approves First Ever Marijuana Drug Trial For PTSD In Veterans

By Brianna Acuesta

For the first time ever, a U.S. drug regulatory agency has approved a randomized controlled trial of whole plant medical marijuana as a treatment for PTSD in veterans.

By approving the trial, the Drug Enforcement Administration has agreed to allow the testing and development of smoked botanical marijuana into a legal prescription drug for post-traumatic stress disorder...

May 13 09:26

Study Finds That Tylenol Kills Much More Than Just Pain

By Jake Anderson

A new study suggests the popular painkiller Tylenol does more than reduce pain — it can actually reduce your ability to imagine other people’s pain. Researchers at Ohio State University conducted three experiments on college students to test whether acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol and many other prescription and over-the-counter painkillers, affects users’ abilities to empathize with others who are experiencing physical or emotional pain...

May 13 09:13

Do these stealth towers mask a secret Deep State spy web?

Several concerned citizens decided to further investigate a suspicious “Verizon Wireless Antenna Site” that has been disguised to look like a natural palm tree.

Webmaster addition: They tried those phony palm trees here in Hawaii, but standing next to real palm trees they stuck out like sore thumbs, so the fake foliage has been removed and just the tower remains, a bit less of an eyesore.

May 13 07:26

Straight into the paper shredder: Texas responds to Obama’s transgender bathroom mandate

The Obama administration just released a mandate on Friday forcing all educators to allow students use bathrooms that correspond to their gender identity rather than their biological sex. The mandate has been extremely controversial, affecting all public schools and most colleges and universities that are federally funded.

“I got news for President Barack Obama,” Port Neches-Groves (Texas) Superintendent Rodney Canvass told 12News. “He ain’t my President and he can’t tell me what to do. That letter is going straight to the paper shredder. I have 5 daughters myself and I have 2,500 girls in my protection. Their moms and dads expect me to protect them. And that is what I am going to do. Now I don’t want them bullied… but there are accommodations that can be made short of this. He is destroying the very fiber of this country. He is not a leader. He is a failure.”

May 13 02:25

WARNING: 47 Million Pounds of Frozen Meat and Tons of Frozen Fruit and Veggies Just Got Recalled for Listeria Contamination

A massive amount of frozen food, approximately 358 consumer products sold under 42 separate brands to include both organic and conventional meat, poultry, fruits, and veggies, just got recalled due to potential listeria contamination.

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May 12 11:45

House Republicans win Affordable Care Act lawsuit

In a major win for House Republicans, a federal judge ruled Thursday that the Obama administration inappropriately spent money to pay for part of the Affordable Care Act.

The Obama administration is expected to appeal the decision, and the judge said she would stay her ruling pending an appeal.

House Republicans had alleged that the administration illegally spent money that Congress never appropriated for the ACA's cost-sharing provisions. Those provisions include reduced deductibles, copayments and coinsurance many Americans receive, depending on income, for plans purchased through the ACA's insurance exchanges.


May 12 11:22

Collecting rainwater now illegal in many states as Big Government claims ownership over our water

Many of the freedoms we enjoy here in the U.S. are quickly eroding as the nation transforms from the land of the free into the land of the enslaved, but what I'm about to share with you takes the assault on our freedoms to a whole new level. You may not be aware of this, but many Western states, including Utah, Washington and Colorado, have long outlawed individuals from collecting rainwater on their own properties because, according to officials, that rain belongs to someone else.

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May 12 08:31

More Than One Vaccine Per Year Is Priming Children For Depression

Waking Times

Children currently receive 49 doses of 14 vaccines before the age of six. Experts now claim more than one vaccine within a one-year period may be programming children for depression by creating over overactive immune systems.

May 11 20:36

World’s Highest Paid CEO Makes His Killing from Cancer Patients

Waking Times

Natural and affordable cancer remedies seem to be continually ignored by the mainstream cancer industry as alternatives to chemo, radiation and designer drugs, because of one simple fact: cancer and cancer research is a huge industry. According to Bloomberg’s rankings, the highest paid chief corporate officer is Patrick Soon-Shiong, CEO of NantKwest Inc., a cancer research company, which delivered him a $147.6 million pay package in 2015. That’s more than the CEO of Google, who took home a whopping $100.5 million last year.

May 11 15:45

Tests Find Rat And Human DNA In US Hamburgers

Think that burger you’re biting into is all-beef? Even if it’s advertised that way, there’s a small chance that you could ingesting be ingesting substituted ingredients or even contaminants from rats or humans, according to a new study.


May 11 13:47

Study Finds Human DNA and Other Anomalies in American Burgers

By Joshua Krause

Everyone knows it by now. Whenever we eat processed meat, in the back of our minds we know that there may be “stuff” in there that isn’t what we paid for. But rest assured, there is more to these mystery meats than you ever wanted to know...

May 11 12:03

13 Year Old Dies Days After HPV Vaccine: She Was Dubbed “Lazy” By Dismissive Doctors

By Cassius Kamarampi

After receiving a second dose of HPV vaccine at Derby High School in Bury, 13-year-old Shazel Zaman immediately fell ill.

Just 5 days after the school-sponsored dose of immunization, she was laid to rest...

May 11 07:28

Does the MMR Vaccine Cause Autism?

Multiple court cases have ruled in favor of connecting the MMR vaccine to autism, both in the US and abroad.

May 11 05:55

Burgers sold at fast-food chains and grocery stores across the US might not be what you think they are

Food analytics platform Clear Labs identified problems with ingredient substitutions, hygiene, and contamination in 13.6% of the 258 burger products the company analyzed on a molecular level, in a report released on Tuesday. The company analyzed ground meat, frozen patties, fast-food burger products, and veggie burger products.

Some of the most jarring numbers: 4.3% of samples contained traces of pathogenic DNA, rat DNA was found in three products, and human DNA was discovered in one frozen vegetarian burger.

May 10 15:05

Volkswagen Board Pockets €63 Million In 2015

Despite the company losing billions, and the exhaust emissions scandal, the members of the Volkswagen Executive Board have pocketed more money in 2015 than in the previous year. The nine members of the board received €63.2 million collectively, up from the €54 million they were paid in 2014.

May 10 12:28


Imagine brain implants that completely dissolve and fade away after a period of time.

That’s just what a team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed. They’ve created sensors, made of layers of molybdenum and silicon, that can monitor brain signals (and even deliver signals), and then melt away without a trace.

The research was published online in the journal Nature Materials, and represents a great forward leap in biosensing technology. According to lead researcher Brian Litt, MD, it bypasses “the risks, cost, and discomfort associated with surgery to extract current devices used for post-operative monitoring.”


May 10 10:33

Study: Mammography screenings responsible for causing more mastectomies and breast cancer

The findings coincide with those presented back in 1995 in the UK journal The Lancet.



May 09 18:01

Vaccines: The New Government Attack On Pregnant Women

Waking Times

Ferocious vaccine manufacturers are constantly on the move, looking for new “demographics” to shoot with vaccines. If they could stick a needle into a rock and get paid for it, they would find a reason to do it.

But in this case, we’re talking about pregnant women.

May 09 18:00

Medical Errors Now 3rd Leading Cause of Death – Time for New Approaches?

Waking Times

A Discovery article makes it clear why medical errors are the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States of America:

People don’t just die from bacteria and heart plaque, they die from communication breakdowns, fragmented healthcare, diagnostic mistakes, and over-dosing,” said Martin Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore and lead author of the study.


May 09 14:33

Which Cereal Brands Are Whitewashing Their GMO-Ridden, Pesticide-Laden Products As ‘Natural’?

It is becoming increasingly difficult to navigate grocery store aisles and identify products that are truly natural and organic. Even at many popular health food stores and grocery chains, brands are tacking on the word “natural” to their products, even when they contain conventional agrichemical residues, genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), hexane solvent residues, and various other harmful ingredients.

May 09 13:30

15 Things The Egg And Chicken Industry Does Not Want You To Know

Cage-free? Free-Range?

The meat and poultry industry is the largest segment of U.S. agriculture. However, while the meat industry has seen a steady decline over recent years, the same cannot be said for animal produced products such as eggs, cheese,…

May 09 12:37

Thanks to TSA, Almost 7,000 Passengers Missed Their Flights in Just One Week on Just One Airline

And in other news, the TSA continues to suck.

It isn’t even summer yet, and major problems with longer and longer TSA screening times are happening at major airports across the nation, including Seattle, Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and San Jose just to name a few. During Spring Break (March 14-20) this year alone, an estimated 6,800 airline passengers missed their flights due to TSA screening delays on American Airlines — just American Airlines.

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May 09 12:34


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May 09 12:30

Printable List Of Monsanto Owned “Food” Producers

Print this important list of corporate and GMO food producers....

May 09 10:11

Mumps Being Spread by and Among Vaccinated People

Recently, 41 students at Harvard University came down with mumps and, according to the Public Health department in Cambridge, every single one of those students had been vaccinated.4

Four other campuses in Boston are also starting to see cases, as have four universities in Indiana. About 13 cases of mumps have also cropped up in California.

One ridiculous explanation offered by Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious-disease specialist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Center for Health Security, is that the vaccine only works if the exposure to the virus is low; it can't be expected to work if there are high amounts of exposure, such as in dorms:5

"The exposure that they have to mumps is so high in these situations that it overcomes the ability of the vaccine to protect them," Adalja told Live Science. "It may be that, in these special situations, a much higher level of antibodies [against mumps] is needed to keep the virus at bay."

May 09 10:00

Twitter Says No to Intelligence Agencies’ Plans for Social Media Surveillance

By Joe Wright

Over the past several years I have been reporting on the disturbing open-door policies that social media companies have been granting to data collectors of every stripe. These forums for public discussion, debate, and general communications have become a temping source of centralized information for any entity that trades in mining personal information – perhaps most of all, the U.S. government...

May 09 09:43

Printable List Of Monsanto Owned “Food” Producers

n light of the recent public anger over the Monsanto Protection Act, here’s a simple, printable list of companies that use Monsanto products.

Editor’s note: this list is from 2013 – since then, you the consumer have successfully demanded transparency and some of these companies have voluntarily labeled their GMO ingredients or removed them. Some of them removed other unhealthy ingredients. Please check all labels before buying.

May 09 09:14

VAXXED is now playing in Los Angeles

The explosive new documentary exposing the true story of CDC scientist and whistleblower Dr. William Thompson is now playing at select theaters in Los Angeles, the country's second-largest media market (see here and here).

In the film, VAXXED: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe (see the trailer here), Dr. Thompson discusses his role in fabricating scientific data at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention so that he and others could hide established links between vaccines and autism – "links that the entire lying media complex denies exist at all," writes Natural News editor and author of the upcoming book Food Forensics Mike Adams, because "the entire mainstream media is largely funded by pharmaceutical interests."

May 09 08:14

How Rhode Island Parents Are Winning Back Their Rights to Vaccine Choice

By Missy Fluegge

Families in Rhode Island are winning the war against mandatory vaccination. They have joined together with two powerful advocacy organizations whose efforts have successfully aided the of introduction five legislative bills to their state government related to vaccine choice. Their diligence offers a strong example to other parents who also question the implications of mandating so many vaccines.

Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends 69 doses of 16 vaccines by age 18. Different kinds of exemptions, including religious exemptions, medical exemptions, or philosophical exemptions, are available in all fifty states, but some state governments have recently increased their efforts to limit vaccine exemptions and make additional vaccines “mandatory” for school attendance...

May 09 06:48

DHS to orchestrate fake terror attack, release gas in NYC subway for bioterrorism drill

Don't worry, it's only a test: Bioterrorism drill being conducted to better help officials respond in the event of a real attack

May 08 20:56

Police Surveillance System Downloads Your Cellphone Images, Sends Them to Investigator

Receiving Mail From a Former Criminal May Land Your Home a High-Threat Score From Law Enforcement

May 08 16:53

Google, Chrysler Team Up on Minivans; GM, Lyft Test Self-Driving Electric Taxis

It appears my allegedly optimistic path for self-driving vehicles on the roads by 2020 may not have been optimistic enough. Tests of self-driving taxis will take place within a year in a deal between GM and Lyft. In a second deal, Chrysler and Google have teamed up on a self-driving minivan. In Germany, self-driving trains will interconnect with self-driving autos to form self-driving door-to-door networks.

May 08 11:00

VaXXed – The Cat is Out of The Bag to stay

The “VaXXed Cat” is out of the bag and Big Pharma and the Medical Industry pro-vaxxers will never be able to get it back in.

Each week more and more Cities, States and Countries are showing VaXXed on “the big screen.” And as movie Media Critics see the screening and understand that it is not an anti-vacci movie, but an expose’ of cover-up at the CDC, creditable reviews are appearing in print and being broadcast over the airways.

May 07 18:31

The connected car may be the dumbest idea ever, but it’s not going away

How long before every new car for sale is connected—and hackable?

May 07 08:18

The Case Against Hillary Clinton

A proven catastrophe is far worse than a merely possible catastrophe; so, if Hillary Clinton turns out to be the Democratic nominee, I shall vote for Donald Trump, and then just hope that the worst things that he had said regarding public policy were lies, and that the best things that he had said regarding public policy reflected his actual beliefs.

Hillary offers not only her lies but something real (a record that’s highly relevant to the office she’s seeking) — and it’s repulsive. Trump, by contrast, offers no relevant track-record at all on public-policy matters. That’s not a virtue on his part, it’s a lack of the worst possible vice (a vile record of actual policies while in public office), for a potential U.S. President.

Given a choice between a proven psychopath, versus merely a possible (or even a likely) psychopath, I’ll definitely opt for the latter. It’s the only intelligent thing to do. Anything else would be suckerdom.

May 06 14:31

Dawn of the Homemade Submarine: “Potentially Intriguing Vessel For A Post-Apocalyptic World”

A Chinese man, reportedly a farmer, debuted this one-man semi-submarine which he invented and won a patent for. Basically shaped into a steer-cigar tube with a hatch and a propeller system, it costs only around $760. RT reported:


May 06 12:34

U.S. giant Dannon announces plan to remove all dairy supplies and farmers who don't comply with GMO-free standards

Some goliaths must fall (like Monsanto), for all the suffering they cause, but other giants can be transformed from the inside out, through a change in heart. That's what is happening to the top US yogurt producer Dannon.

The entire company is having a positive change of heart. A company this size has tremendous influence over the dairy industry. Their product standards strongly influence dairy farmers and whether or not cows are fed GMOs and antibiotics. If enough giants like Dannon start siding with consumer and planetary health, then the evil ones poisoning our future (like Monsanto) will slowly fade away into the dark vestiges of history.

May 06 12:33

People Just Wanna Be Slaves: New $200 Shock Bracelet Zaps Away Bad Habits

We are training ourselves like dogs now, with Pavlov-style shock bracelets.

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May 06 10:19

Big Pharma Exposed for Knowingly Causing Opioid Epidemic, Ushering in a Heroin Nightmare

By Claire Bernish

Big Pharma created the legal opiate addiction epidemic and its outgrowth, rampant heroin abuse, because pharmaceutical corporations’ own addiction to profit arguably trumps any concern it may have had for patients. Though the accusation may seem harsh, the evidence has never been more apparent thanks to an investigation by the Los Angeles Times — which presents a scathing condemnation of the company behind the notorious painkiller, OxyContin.

Two decades ago, Purdue Pharma began marketing OxyContin — a chemical cousin to heroin — with the claim its 12-hour “smooth and sustained” dosing would revolutionize the treatment of pain. However, the claim is not only problematic in that its duration is often hours less than promised — leading patients to experience symptoms of withdrawal — but Purdue knew that before the painkiller ever hit the market...