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Jan 19 12:18

'Designer babies' debate should start, scientists say

Rapid progress in genetics is making "designer babies" more likely and society needs to be prepared, leading scientists have told the BBC.

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Jan 19 10:56

1.6 Billion Muslim Scapegoats, NYPD Slowdown Irony & Anthrax Perpetrator Still at Large?

Jan 19 10:00

Social Services To Family: ‘Get Flu Shots Or We’re Taking Your Baby’

The Washington Department of Social and Health Services is about to change the very nature of who is or is not responsible for making life changing decisions for your children. Whether you agree with yearly flu vaccines or not, the following report from Tacoma, Washington should scare the hell out of you because if the government moves forward with their threats then every child in America will effectively become a ward of the state.

Jan 18 10:23

US Musicians Drafted into CIA’s MKULTRA

Here is a bit of US history that illustrates the reach of the CIA’s infamous mind-control program, MKULTRA.

Some would say the 1940s and 50s were the most vibrant and innovative period in the history of jazz.

During those years, it was common knowledge that musicians who were busted for drug use were shipped, or volunteered to go, to Lexington, Kentucky. Lex was the first Narcotics Farm and US Health Dept. drug treatment hospital in the US.

According to diverse sources, here’s a partial list of the reported “hundreds” of jazz musicians who went to Lex: Red Rodney, Sonny Rollins, Chet Baker, Sonny Stitt, Howard McGhee, Elvin Jones, Zoot Sims, Lee Morgan, Tadd Dameron, Stan Levey, Jackie McLean.

It’s also reported that Ray Charles was there, and William Burroughs, Peter Lorre, and Sammy Davis, Jr.

It was supposed to be a rehab center. A place for drying out.

Jan 18 09:54

Agency will confiscate infant if entire family doesn’t get flu shots

A state bureaucracy is threatening a mother with removal of an infant unless her entire family subjects themselves to flu shots.

Mrs. Smith is a dedicated foster mom, and has fostered seven babies. She currently raises five children, including an adopted 4-year-old daughter. Her objection to vaccines is based on safety concerns for her family, she revealed in an interview with KOMO News:

“I’ve done a lot of research on it and I don’t like some of the side effects that it has,” she said.

Among the alarming vaccine ingredients that Mrs. Smith referred to is Thimerosal, a drug stabilizer that contains the compound ethyl mercury, a known neurotoxin. Popular influenza vaccines such as Fluzone®, FluLaval®, and Fluvirin® each contain Thimerosal.

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That this dedicated mom, who took the trouble to do her due diligence on the chemical composition of the flu vaccine, should be demonized for having done so, demonstrates an absolute, out of control on steroids,State government department, run amok.

Families with skills and kids, get the hell out of this country while you still can. The window for your exodus is closing incrementally.

Jan 18 09:42

The Woman Who Thinks Reducing the Male Population by 90 Percent Will Solve Everything

The Femitheist is a 22-year-old criminology student with a three-year-old. One angry day in 2012 she took to the Internet to outline the brutal concept of International Castration Day. After posting it on YouTube she stepped out for a coffee. Returning home a few hours later, she found that all gnashing male hell had broken loose.

Her argument was that only through the reduction of the male population to between 1 and 10 percent of their current number we can approach “true equality”.

Jan 18 09:28

Chief of Obamacare rollout resigns amid allegations of misconduct

The top Obama official overseeing the so-called rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010, commonly called ObamaCare, has notified the administration on Friday that she his leaving her position after serving five years. Marilyn Tavenner, the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) administrator, said she will official vacate her office in February.

Tavenner's service included the rollout snafu in which the multi-million dollar HealthCare.gov website cause enormous problems for both the Obama administration and the Americans attempting to enroll. It also included allegations of "gaming the numbers" when it was discovered the administration released a report containing inflated enrollment statistics.

Jan 16 14:23

McDonald's Just Recalled 1 Million Chicken McNuggets for a Super-Gross Reason

McDonald's Japan is having a rough start to 2015. Last week, the company apologized after a customer found plastic fragments in an order of Chicken McNuggets, which were thought to have been produced at a Cargill factory in Thailand. McDonald's pulled out nearly 1 million McNuggets from the factory in one day. The same week, a customer in Misawa found a piece of vinyl in an order of McNuggets.

In a statement about the plastic contamination, company spokesman Takashi Hasegasa said, "We deeply apologize for the trouble we have caused our customers and we are taking quick measures to analyze the cause of the contamination."

Plastic and vinyl are, sadly, not the only gross items that customers have found in their McDonald's meals over the past year. In August, the company received a complaint from a customer in Osaka who had found the shard of a human tooth in an order of french fries. It was unclear at press time if the customer was in fact "lovin' it."

Jan 16 09:07

Congress quietly ends federal government's ban on medical marijuana

Tucked deep inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government's prohibition on medical marijuana and signals a major shift in drug policy.

Jan 16 08:41

FCC to vote on Obama’s call for government-run internet next month

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote in February to decide whether municipalities can bypass state laws to provide their own internet service – a policy that President Barack Obama threw his weight behind earlier this week.

The vote is controversial but has support from the Obama administration, and proponents say it would give the public more options and faster service. Many Republicans and opponents argue that permitting such behavior exceeds the FCC’s authority.

Jan 16 08:38

USDA approves Monsanto's new GMO soybeans, cotton

Monsanto Co. received final U.S. approval on Thursday for herbicide-tolerant crops to be used with a new herbicide the Creve Coeur-based company says will fight problematic weed resistance on farm fields, but critics say will only worsen the problems.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service said the genetically modified cotton and soybean plants are granted “non-regulated” status. Monsanto is still waiting for final approval from the Environmental Protection Agency for the herbicide it designed to be used with the crops.

Jan 16 07:56

Busted: Popular Vitamin/Mineral Supplement Loaded with Aluminum, Fluoride and Phosphates!

Like many of you, I believed Dr Joel Wallach, and Alex Jones, when they said that Youngevity was a leader in the field of nutrition and that their Beyond Tangy Tangerine was a superior product, second to none. I was convinced that I was doing my body good…

It was only after I read claims on the Internet that BTT was loaded with heavy metals that I decided to find out for myself…after all, my wife and I had been taking BTT daily for several years already and I wanted to know once and for all if the rumors were true.

So a few months ago I sent a sample of BTT 2.0 ( 2 scoops in 8oz distilled H20) to an independent Swiss laboratory for toxicological analysis and the results are in…

Beyond Tangy Tangerine 2.0 is “contaminated “

Jan 16 07:52

Chantix (varenicline), thoughts of suicide/self-injury and homicide

Some history: In 2008, my organization, the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) commented on an unexpectedly large number of serious psychiatric and other ADEs for this drug. Specifically, we expressed concern about thoughts (ideation) of suicide, self-injury, or homicide. Also, in addition to these risks, Chantix has been associated with sudden blackouts, seizures, and impaired vision. We thought it was troubling that an alternative to nicotine replacement products (gum, patch, etc.) was the primary suspect in more reported cases of serious injury than toxic chemotherapeutic agents, potent opioids, or powerful immunosuppressant drugs.

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The reason I am running all these stories about Chantix and suicide is because last night I learned a close friend lost a family member to suicide in what has become a clear pattern. No prior signs of depression or risk of harm to self or others, put on Chantix to quit smoking, followed by erratic behavior and suicide. This is the second time this problem has hit so close to home, with another friend losing her husband the exact same way a couple years ago.

This is fascism in its ugliest form; a government that allows the sale of dangerous products by corporations, indeed protects them, in exchange for campaign contributions. In 2011, the FDA actually came out and said there was no link between Chantix and suicide, in a cover-up reminiscent of the CDC's report that there was no link between vaccines and autism, since admitted to have been a fraud by one of the authors of the CDC study.

FDA and CDC are funded with your tax dollars. They are supposed to be looking out for the safety and welfare of the taxpayers, not of large corporations.

Jan 16 07:29

Chantix, Smoking-Cessation Drug, Raises Suicide Risks, New Study Shows

Pfizer's smoking cessation drug Chantix carries too many risks and should only be tried when other treatments fail, researchers said on Wednesday.

Chantix was eight times more likely to be linked with a reported case of suicidal behavior or depression than other nicotine replacement products, such as the nicotine patch, they said.

Jan 16 07:26

FDA: Anti-smoking drug Chantix linked to more than 500 suicides

In 2007, Mark Alan Whitley turned to the Pfizer drug Chantix to help him kick his smoking habit. Chantix did help Whitely quit, but something else happened to the Minnesota man. His behavior became erratic and on November 29, 2007, Whitely killed himself. That same month, Pfizer added a warning to Chantix's label reflecting reports of depression, agitation and other behavior changes connected with the drug. In January 2008, the label was updated again to include suicidal ideation and suicidal behavior. A year and a half later, the FDA required what's known as a black box warning for Chantix, the most serious warning possible, saying doctors should monitor their patients for behaviors including "attempted suicide."

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Label? Why is this even being sold at all?!?

Jan 16 07:24

Chantix, smoking cessation drug, blamed in murder-suicide

A Eugene woman whose husband killed the couple's son and himself has sued the dentist who prescribed her husband a nicotine-cessation drug and the hospital that determined he was not a danger to himself or others two days before the slayings.

Lamae Stout has sued dentist Matthew McLaughlin and PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center's University District hospital in Lane County Circuit Court, The Eugene Register-Guard reported.

The lawsuit seeks $2.2 million in damages.

Jan 15 17:45

Ebola in Scotland: Patient from Fife under investigation as suspected second case of deadly disease

A PERSON from Auchtermuchty in Fife is being investigated as potentially the second case of the deadly virus ebola to be detected in Scotland. The patient had recently returned from west Africa.

Jan 15 11:48

Astronauts return to American section of ISS following a suspected ammonia leak

As threat assessment continued, evidence began to stack up in favor of a computer malfunction, with system data analyzed by flight controllers on the ground suggesting that the alarm had been caused by an error in one of the station's computer relay systems. The theory was later confirmed as the relay was switched off and on, clearing the error from the system. That's right, restarting a computer even works in orbit.

Jan 15 10:54

Argentina: The Country That Monsanto Poisoned

American biotechnology has turned Argentina into the world’s third-largest soybean producer, but the chemicals powering the boom aren’t confined to soy and cotton and corn fields. They routinely contaminate homes and classrooms and drinking water. A growing chorus of doctors and scientists is warning that their uncontrolled use could be responsible for the increasing number of health problems turning up in hospitals across the South American nation. In the heart of Argentina’s soybean business, house-to-house surveys of 65,000 people in farming communities found cancer rates two to four times higher than the national average, as well as higher rates of hypothyroidism and chronic respiratory illnesses. Associated Press photographer Natacha Pisarenko spent months documenting the issue in farming communities across Argentina.

Jan 14 17:18

US ISS Crew Staying Overnight with Russians After Cooling System Glitch!

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Right out of the movie "2010!"

Jan 14 09:41

Ebola tests negative for Texas soldier found dead in yard

Officials are investigating the death of a Fort Hood soldier who was found outside an off-base apartment after he returned from deployment in West Africa.

A Fort Hood statement says two tests on the 24-year-old soldier Tuesday showed no signs of Ebola, and that there is "no evidence of a public health threat."

Jan 14 09:15

Obama targets oil and gas industry, demands massive reduction in methane emissions

Taking direct aim at the oil-and-gas industry, President Obama on Wednesday put forth long-awaited regulations on methane emissions, setting an ambitious goal of reducing those emissions by 45 percent over the next decade.

The move comes just days before the State of the Union address and underscores that, in the final two years of presidency, Mr. Obama is looking to cement his legacy on climate-change and environmental issues.

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It's a laudable goal but Obama's timing sucks. Right now the entire oil industry is being hammered by this ill-conceived oil price war against Russia. The very last thing they need is a whole new raft of "Obamaoil" regulations that will escalate costs, all in the name of controlling climate change, which changes no matter what we humans do. Methane in the atmosphere does not persist. In the presence of oxygen it decomposes to water and carbon dioxide, the first being what we need to live and the latter being what plants need to live. This underscores an observation I have been making all along; that the quality of thinking in this administration is rather poor. Policy decisions are being made for political (and in this case historical) reasons but are not thought all the way through to find potential negative consequences!

Jan 14 08:37

Emergency evacuation on the International Space Station: Nasa believe toxic leak of ammonia or faulty sensor may be responsible for alert

Roscosmos said an 'escape of hazardous substances from an air conditioning unit' was discharged into the station's atmosphere at around 8.45am GMT (3:45am EST) today - but Nasa are not convinced and say it may simply be a faulty sensor.

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The problem with NASA's guess is that there were two separate instrument readings which prompted the alert. According to Roscosmos, first they noted an increase in the cooling system water loop pressure, followed by an increase in cabin pressure. That doesn't sound like instrumentation to me. I would chastise NASA for allowing wishful thinking to override the hard data, but they've been doing that since Challenger and Viking!

Jan 13 17:43

Top Researcher Finds Medical Studies to be Largely Wrong or Fraudulent

Considering his background, Dr. John Ioannidis had good reason to expect that he might become a noted and respected researcher when he first entered the field of medical research. What he did not expect was that he would become known for challenging and exposing the bad science of his peers and finding that up to 80 percent of medical studies results are either wrong or fraudulent.

Ioannidis was unusually well prepared to enter medical research: he had been a math prodigy of near-celebrity status in high school and both of his parents were physician-researchers. He believed he would be able to follow his parents footsteps and use math to better support findings in a surprisingly sloppy field. "I assumed that everything we physicians did was basically right, but now I was going to help verify it," he said. "All we'd have to do was systematically review the evidence, trust what it told us, and then everything would be perfect."

Jan 13 15:19

Fort Hood Soldier Monitoring for Ebola Symptoms Found Dead Outside Residence

A Fort Hood soldier recently ordered to self-monitor for exposure to the Ebola virus was found dead outside his off-post residence Tuesday morning.

According to Fort Hood, the soldier had recently returned to Texas on emergency leave and was ordered to self-monitor himself twice per day and report the status to medical officials. That directive is standard protocol for soldiers returning from service in West Africa.

Officials said that there is no indication the man had contracted Ebola, but medical tests were being performed to ensure there was no threat to the community.

Results of a medical exam that are expected to shed light into the man's cause of death are expected Tuesday afternoon.

Jan 12 12:08

Evidence of life on Mars mounts with new research

As the evidence grows, it’s becoming more and more probable that there was once life on Mars. Nora Noffke, a geobiologist and associate professor at Old Dominion University in Virginia recently announced that she sees possible signs of life in rock formations on Mars. When these formations are compared with similar structures on Earth, they indicate that microbial life was likely present on the planet.

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And according to Viking, still is!

Jan 12 09:29

In Search of King Solomon's Temple

Tradition has it that Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque were built upon the ruins of King Solomon’s Temple, destroyed by the Romans in 70AD.

But what if the ruins aren’t there?

That, in fact, is the conclusion drawn by Dr. George Buchanan, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Studies at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Buchanan posits that the original site of King Solomon’s Temple is just south of the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aska Mosque in an area where today Palestinian homes are being bulldozed to make way for a park over what is now considered by many archaeologists the old City of David.

Jan 12 09:24

Mandatory chickenpox vaccination increases disease rates, study shows

By now, you know they've come under fire by those who are adamant that they do more harm than good. Countless people have developed irreversible health problems and even died shortly after receiving a vaccination, which the medical community chalks up to "coincidence" or cleverly crafted wording that a patient should have known about.

Take, for example, the young Florida girl who made headlines last year when she received the flu vaccine. Marysue Grivna, now 10 years old, experienced paralysis and vision loss within a few short days of receiving the shot. She was ultimately diagnosed with a debilitating brain disease called acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM). Today, she's confined to a wheelchair or bed and is almost entirely nonverbal.(1)

There's also the disturbing discovery of elderly people who lived at a senior care facility in Georgia. After all received the flu shot in 2014, five of them died the next week.(2)

Jan 11 17:06

Whooping cough explodes in California as researchers admit vaccines are failing

The worst whooping cough epidemic in seven decades has hit California this year, with nearly 10,000 cases having been reported by the end of November

Experts are warning that the vaccine currently being used to prevent the disease is partly to blame for the outbreak.

Jan 11 11:13

Monsanto’s fraudulent tomato patent revoked by patent office

As Natural News readers know, there are many documents riddled with loopholes and laws that squeak by based on cleverly crafted words. The situation was no different in this case; it was ultimately determined that Monsanto was attempting to be wise wordsmiths, saying that their patent focused on conventionally bred tomatoes that had a natural resistance to botrytis, a fungal disease, and should therefore be considered as an intervention. However, the tomatoes for the patent were accessed from an area in Germany that already had the resistance to begin with; Monsanto was attempting to pull the wool over people’s eyes by indicating that their techniques were unique and, therefore, patent-worthy.

Jan 11 11:04

Farmers Rise Up Against Monsanto

In February 2005, David Runyon of Geneva, Indiana became a victim of Monsanto’s reckless persecution of farmers. This is his story. Watch and see why farmers everywhere are rising up against Monsanto.

Jan 11 10:51

Victims of the Church care home Dr Mengele: For Teresa and her children, the damage of horrific drug experiments inflicted on girls in Church of England care homes 30 years ago can never be undone

Mother-of-three Teresa Cooper has finally pushed the Church of England into launching an investigation into one of the most cruel and bizarre episodes ever in the grim history of British children’s homes: how scores of children at a CofE institution were force-fed huge quantities of prescription drugs by a Dr Mengele-like charlatan seemingly bent on conducting unauthorised medical experiments.

Jan 10 10:01

SpaceX rocket dispatches space station cargo, but fails to reland on sea platform

An unmanned Space Exploration Technologies mission blasted off on Saturday carrying cargo for the International Space Station, but efforts to reland the rocket on a sea platform failed, the firm said.

“Rocket made it to drone spaceport ship, but landed hard. Close, but no cigar this time,” Elon Musk, founder and chief executive of SpaceX, as the company is called, said on Twitter.

“Bodes well for the future,” he added.

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Before we get too critical of Space-X, go back and review the history if early US Government spaceflight, including Project Vanguard, the US military's first attempt to orbit a satellite for the United States, which flopped, allowing the USSR to achieve Sputnik, then followed by the US' Explorer 1.

Then there was the Ranger program, which sent probes with TV cameras to crash into the Moon, sending back close-up images as they headed towards destruction.

Rangers 1 and 2 never got out of Earth orbit. Ranger 3 missed the Moon. Ranger 4 hit the Moon but sent back no images. Ranger 5 missed the Moon. Ranger 6 hit the Moon but did not send back images. It wasn't until Ranger 7 that the mission succeeded.

If this stuff was easy EVERYBODY would be doing it!

Chin up, Space-X; you will get there!

Jan 10 09:21

Ohio Bridal Shop Visited by Ebola Nurse Amber Vinson Is Closing Down

Vinson, a native of Akron, had visited the shop with her bridesmaids when she was planning her nuptials. Days later, she was diagnosed with Ebola, which doctors say she had unknowingly contracted while caring for patient Thomas Eric Duncan at the Dallas hospital where she worked. Her diagnosis forced the temporary closing of Coming Attractions as a precaution. Younker told NBC affiliate WKYC that she lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in business due to the stigma of Ebola.

Jan 09 12:33

House approves building Keystone pipeline

The Keystone XL pipeline cleared its first hurdle of the new Congress on Friday when the House voted to approve construction of the long-stalled project, just hours after a court in Nebraska cleared a final legal hurdle there.

Jan 09 11:43

FLASHBACK - A Parent's Horrid Nightmare: Coming Soon to YOUR State?

The state of California has just passed bill AB499, which will permit minor children as young as 12 years old to be vaccinated with sexually transmitted disease vaccines like Gardasil without parental knowledge or parental consent. This means that if you live in California, school or medical personnel would be allowed to vaccinate your child against an STD without your ever knowing it.

Jan 09 11:42

Gardasil Primer: Doctors & vaccine injured families speak out!

Jan 09 11:41

Gardasil Vaccine Victims and Deaths - Did You Know?

Jan 09 08:51

USDA refuses to test foods for glyphosate contamination, says pesticides are safe to eat

The American food supply is teeming with deadly pesticides. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), headed by former Monsanto lawyer Tom Vilsack, says people shouldn't worry because pesticides are completely safe to eat!

The latest pesticide data released by the USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) claims that most pesticide contamination on fresh fruit, vegetables, butter, and other food commodities is below the legal tolerance limits established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Jan 09 08:42

Nebraska supreme court overturns ruling blocking Keystone pipeline

The Supreme Court of the state of Nebraska has overturned an earlier ruling that had until now held up construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.

Early Friday, the state’s highest court reversed a lower court’s ruling that had previously determined that Gov. Dave Heineman's decision to approve a path for the pipeline had violated the state constitution.

Now with the high court’s blessing, construction of the pipeline may soon proceed through Nebraska, pending how lawmakers in Washington, DC handle the project on a national level.

Jan 08 15:44

House passes 40-hour workweek for Obamacare; Dems buck Obama veto threat

The House passed a bill Thursday that defines full-time work under Obamacare as a traditional 40 hours, with a dozen Democrats choosing to rebuff President Obama’s veto threat before the measure heads for a tougher test in the Senate.

Jan 08 12:31

Obamacare causing massive wave of hospital closures across USA

A number of acute-care hospitals closed across the United States last year -- 18 to be exact -- and experts who see a raft of new regulatory processes being heaped upon the healthcare industry in the coming years, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, believe that a wave of additional closures are ahead.

Jan 08 11:22

GMO-Free Food Sales Explode Amid Public Awareness

Americans are speaking with their wallets like never before in order to voice our true collective opinion of how corporations and Big Food are working with our food. One critical example of how we are demanding change can be seen where the sale of non-GMO Project Verified foods have more than doubled since 2013.

Jan 08 10:15

LA City Council members suddenly oppose GMO ban after heavy lobbying by biotech industry

Just when a GMO ban for the city appeared to be favored by officials, a good ol' one-two switch took place when they suddenly expressed opposition. In fact, their abrupt change of heart came a mere three days before LA lawmakers were slated to vote on a proposal to ban genetically modified crops in the city, a decision which -- coincidentally -- also occurred when top City Hall lobbyists were hired to prevent it from going into effect.

Jan 07 10:30

McDonald’s Japan faces fresh problem with chicken nuggets

The operator of the McDonald’s chain in Japan continues to experience drama with its side menu offerings.

A piece of vinyl was found in a chicken nugget sold over the weekend at one of its restaurants in the northern prefecture of Aomori, a spokesman for McDonald’s Holdings Co. (Japan) Ltd. said Monday.

Jan 07 10:18

Flame retardant chemical accident 40 years ago is still damaging people's health today

Michigan Chemical Corporation also manufactured the flame retardant Firemaster, which closely resembled Nutrimaster.

But while Nutrimaster was harmless, Firemaster was highly toxic. Someone at the chemical company confused the two; Shorty took the wrong bags to the feed plant, and no one there noticed the mistake. PBB was mixed into several large batches of cattle feed which was sold to farmers throughout Michigan. The results were devastating. Tens of thousands of farm animals became deathly ill. Milk production fell. Calves died in their barns. Cows aborted. Lambs were born with gross deformities. Chickens developed strange tremors... and no one could understand why.

Jan 07 10:01

You can’t make this up: Harvard professors in “uproar” after learning Obamacare applies to them

For years, Harvard’s experts on health economics and policy have advised presidents and Congress on how to provide health benefits to the nation at a reasonable cost. But those remedies will now be applied to the Harvard faculty, and the professors are in an uproar.

Jan 07 09:51

Swedish 'Ebola' nurse back in Skåne hospital

The woman, who was flown home from Sierra Leone on Sunday, was admitted to Skåne University Hospital and tested for the virus on Monday.

But after initially being told she did not have Ebola, she is now back under medical supervision at another hospital in the region as doctors carry out further tests.

"She has exhibited symptoms that could indicate Ebola, but it is not certain that it is [Ebola]," Sara Frostberg Lowery at Region Skåne's press office told the TT news agency.

Jan 07 08:37

Health officials have 'no information' on local restaurants supplied by rat-infested warehouse

Onondaga County health officials say they have "no information" regarding any local restaurants doing business with a major Chinese food supplier whose Pennsylvania warehouse was found to be infested with rodents, rats nests and bird droppings.

Jan 07 08:31

Psychiatric Drugs Deadly Time Bombs

Psychiatric drugs are more dangerous than you have ever imagined. If you haven’t been prescribed one yet, you are among the lucky few. If you or a loved one are taking psychiatric drugs, there is hope, but you need to understand the dangers and how to minimize the risk.

Jan 07 08:23

Finnish scientists ID link between GSK's swine flu vaccine and narcolepsy

Of the more than 30 million people in almost 50 countries who have received GlaxoSmithKline's ($GSK) Pandemrix, close to 800 have developed narcolepsy. And now, for the first time, a team from Finland thinks it knows why.

Comparing Pandemrix with Arepanrix, a vaccine used in Canada with the same adjuvant, the researchers found that Pandemrix had more of one structurally altered viral nucleoprotein--a disparity lead researcher Outi Vaarala attributed to the way the vaccines were prepared.

Jan 07 08:20

The Government’s Drive to Force GMOs into Britain Against the Will of the People Continues

The UK government and its associated bureaucracy is colluding with powerful global agritech corporations to get genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into Britain (see here). Politicians and officials whose views of GMOs are based on ignorance or whose statements are distorted as a result of their conflicts of interest have been spearheading this campaign

Jan 06 11:55

GMO-Free Food Sales Explode Amid Public Awareness

Americans are speaking with their wallets like never before in order to voice our true collective opinion of how corporations and Big Food are working with our food. One critical example of how we are demanding change can be seen where the sale of non-GMO Project Verified foods have more than doubled since 2013.

Verified GMO-free food sales were $3 billion in 2013 and were $8.5 billion in 2014! Not only that, organic food sales overall are projected to grow another 14% by 2018, and this is a modest estimate according to The United States Organic Food Market Forecast & Opportunities.

Jan 06 10:28

Mind control: the Pentagon mission to program the brain

Neural plasticity: the idea that brain activity is always changing and, therefore, can be externally molded by operators to fit a conception of “normalcy,” whatever that is, whatever “authorities” decide it is.

Chilling? Of course.

Jan 06 09:56

Russian President Putin Signs GMO Labeling Liability Law

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed the Russian Federation Code of Administrative Offences into law, including a new article establishing liability for the violation of mandatory requirements for the labeling of food products that contain GMOs.

Jan 06 09:34

5 BS Health Myths People Still Believe (Thanks to One Guy)

If you woke up tomorrow and decided to switch to a perfectly healthy diet, your first step would be to try to find out what that actually is. At that point you'll quickly find yourself in a shitstorm of conflicting information about what "science" says is good for you. The reason we haven't solved problems like obesity, heart disease, and diabetes is because there's still lots we don't know about how the body interacts with food.

So the problem becomes that it's really hard to tell the difference between what is actual scientific consensus versus, say, a theory proposed by some random dude selling a cookbook. After all, it only took one high-profile "expert" to convince millions of people that ...

Jan 06 09:27

Liftoff Aborted: SpaceX Attempt at Historic Landing Delayed

SpaceX had to scrub Tuesday's attempt to launch a Falcon 9 rocket carrying cargo to the International Space Station and make a historic rocket landing in the process.

The landing experiment would have involved bringing the first stage of the two-stage rocket down onto a floating platform in the Atlantic Ocean, about 200 miles off the coast of Florida. Such a feat has never been done before. A successful maneuver would have marked a significant step toward making rockets more reusable and driving down the cost of spaceflight.

Jan 06 09:24

Obamacare vote to test Democrats’ resolve under Republican majority

House Republicans will hold a vote this week to change Obamacare’s definition of full-time work from 30 hours a week to the traditional 40, setting up an early test to see how many Democrats are willing to buck President Obama and his signature overhaul now that they are in the minority.

It’s part of the early agenda taking shape on Capitol Hill, where the GOP in both the House and Senate is planning votes on issues that have earned bipartisan support before, but which stalled as Democrats circled wagons to protect Mr. Obama politically.

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And while they all played politics, millions of Americans' lives were ruined by Obamacare!

Jan 06 09:18

CETA should have a GMO warning label on it in Europe

Genetically modified (GM) food is more strictly regulated in the European Union than it is in Canada or the United States. The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and the United States-European Union Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will increase the risk of GM food entering Europe.

Jan 06 08:54

#FireBoehner: Backlash Against Boehner Explodes On Social Media

Social media has exploded in opposition to Rep. John Boehner, who faces re-election as House Speaker and has profited from owning millions in stocks benefiting from Obamacare.

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Given the total flustercluck that Obamacare has turned out to be, all Americans should be warming up the tar and plucking the feathers for every politicians who supported it!

Jan 05 17:33

Large Scale Study Shows Marijuana Does Not Harm Your Lungs Like Tobacco

A large-scale national study suggests that even moderate use of marijuana is less harmful to users’ lungs than exposure to tobacco, even though the two substances contain at least some of the same components.

Jan 05 17:30

MUST-READ: A New Class of GMOs that Doesn’t Need Government Approval

Just when you thought that GMOs, as we know them today, were bad enough, get ready for something potentially worse to deal with.

In a recent New York Times article, it was reported that biotech companies have discovered and exploited a loophole in government regulation that allows them to create a different breed of GMOs and market them to the public without needing approval from the USDA.

They are doing this by inserting genetic material from a plant, instead of genetic material from a plant pest (GMOs are often inserted via a bacterium, which contains a genetic “on” switch from a plant virus). So, if it is material from a plant but not a plant pest, companies can circumvent the laws and avoid regulation, something which the USDA has confirmed.

Jan 05 17:19

CFR: Unvaccinated are Healthier than Vaccinated Populations

‘The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) recently published a disease map purporting to show that disease outbreaks are the fault of the unvaccinated. While the mainstream media like PBS ran the story, they missed the fact that the CFR map shows the highest disease outbreaks in the most-vaccinated populations.’

Jan 05 14:23

Ebola wipes out every mother in Liberian village

In Joeblow, Liberia, every mother has been killed by Ebola leaving a village full of confused and devastated children

Jan 05 14:23

Sierra Leone Announces New, Extended Anti-Ebola Measures

Sierra Leone Sunday introduced new Ebola screening measures at the Freetown International Airport after two workers apparently contracted the virus.

Government spokesman Abdulai Bayraytay said the measures are intended to reassure the public.

Jan 05 14:23

American medical worker exposed to Ebola arrives in Omaha

An American health care worker who experienced high-risk exposure to the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone arrived at a Nebraska hospital Sunday for observation.

Jan 05 14:22

Ebola: as ZMapp stocks run out doctors turn to alternative treatments

ZMapp is for now out of the picture. There are no more stocks anywhere in the world. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States has promised the company more than $42m (£27.6m) to speed up production and trials, but the drug consists of three monoclonal antibodies that have to be grown in the leaves of genetically modified tobacco plants, which takes months. It is also very expensive, which means that mass production for Africa is unlikely.

Jan 05 14:05

FLASHBACK 2011 - Two Decades of Spills

Since 1990, more than 110 million gallons of mostly crude and petroleum products have spilled from the nation’s mainland pipeline network. More than half of it occurred in three states — Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana — where more pipelines exist.

Jan 05 09:39

UK Ebola patient in critical condition

The condition of Pauline Cafferkey, a Scottish nurse who this week became the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola on UK soil, has deteriorated and is now critical, the Royal Free Hospital said on Saturday, as it emerged that another patient had tested negative for the deadly virus at a hospital in Swindon

The 39-year-old's sudden change in condition comes after her doctor described her as sitting up, eating, drinking and communicating with her family on New Year's Day.

Jan 05 09:29

Newly Renamed High Fructose Corn Syrup Contains Toxic Mercury

Now branded as ‘fructose’ in processed foods thanks to the whole issue of the public absolutely avoiding high-fructose corn syrup like the plague, it’s important to look back at one landmark study that revealed the presence of ultra-toxic mercury within the ingredient.

Mercury is, as all of the experts admit, toxic in all of its forms. And as the study by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy found, nearly a third of 55 popular brand-name food and beverage products that listed HFCS as the first or second ingredient were found to contain it.

Even the co-author of the study, Dr. David Wallinga, warns:

“Mercury is toxic in all its forms. Given how much high-fructose corn syrup is consumed by children, it could be a significant additional source of mercury never before considered. We are calling for immediate changes by industry and the [U.S. Food and Drug Administration] to help stop this avoidable mercury contamination of the food supply.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Know where your food comes from, understand the food chain, and educate yourself about what you are eating; this is one of the strongest ways in which to take power over your wellness.

Jan 05 08:42

Should this woman be allowed to preach her anti-vaccine warnings in Australia? Parents' outrage over American doctor's child health seminars

Pro-vaccination campaigners have taken to social media to express their outrage over a prolific U.S. osteopath, who believes in not immunising children, coming to Australian shores.

Sherri Tenpenny, who has written books such as Saying No to Vaccines and Flu and Flu Vaccines: What's Coming Through That Needle?, will be touring in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sydney in February and March.

Jan 05 07:54

DARPA Developing Microdrones Designed to Sneak Into Homes

The federal government apparently isn’t content with remotely watching and recording your every electronic (and real world) movement; it will soon control microdrones that could then be sent surreptitiously into your home. And unless the warrentless eletronic surveillance already being conducted by government-run-amok is brought to a halt, this new form of home invasion will also be warrantless.

DARPA, the military’s research and development arm, has announced its intent to sponsor development of a new category of these tiny monitors.

In a press release soliciting bids for manufacture of the microdrones, DARPA doesn’t define the potential target theatre, but any promise of foreign focus is illusory in a world where the Constitution’s prohibition on warrantless searches is seen as nothing more than a quaint parchment barrier to those determined to keep an eye (and ear) on every person in the world.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I will tell you precisely where I would like to see those microdrones deployed immediately after they have been developed: in the homes of every family of every military or research entity which has signed off on this concept, permanently.

Between the unholy trinity of the Patriot Act, the Homeland Security Act, and the NDAA, US citizens no longer have the rights to life, liberty, or privacy, even when you are doing absolutely nothing wrong or illegal.

And folks with kids and skills, please get the hell out of this country while you still can!!

Jan 05 07:49

Young people are 'lost generation' who can no longer fix gadgets, warns professor

Young people in Britain have become a lost generation who can no longer mend gadgets and appliances because they have grown up in a disposable world, the professor giving this year’s Royal Institution Christmas lectures has warned.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The problem isn't the kids. The problem is that modern devices are not designed to be taken apart and repaired by the customer. They are designed to be thrown away and replaced, to boost profits for the manufacturers and retailers.

Jan 05 07:41

Controversial DNA startup wants to let customers create creatures

In Austen Heinz’s vision of the future, customers tinker with the genetic codes of plants and animals and even design new creatures on a computer. Then his startup, Cambrian Genomics, prints that DNA quickly, accurately and cheaply.

“Anyone in the world that has a few dollars can make a creature, and that changes the game,” Heinz said. “And that creates a whole new world.”

The 31-year-old CEO has a deadpan demeanor that can be hard to read, but he is not kidding. In a makeshift laboratory in San Francisco, his synthetic biology company uses lasers to create custom DNA for major pharmaceutical companies. Its mission, to “democratize creation” with minimal to no regulation, frightens bioethicists as deeply as it thrills Silicon Valley venture capitalists.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The capability to do this, by tinkering with the building blocks of life, with utterly no regulation, could well lead to an ELE (extinction level event.)

Jan 04 15:47

GMO Lawsuit: Iowa Farmers Are Suing Syngenta

The specific type of corn, Syngenta AG’s Agrisure Viptera, had not been approved by China. The rejection of the corn led to a drop in grain and soybean futures and a three-year low for the price of corn amid at the Chicago Board of Trade amid concerns that China is going to limit not just corn but all agriculture imports. A similar drop in wheat and alfalfa prices occurred earlier in 2013 when GMO strains of both alfalfa and wheat were discovered in Washington and Oregon.

Sixteen Iowa farmers and businesses filed a GMO contamination lawsuit against Syngenta seeking both punitive and monetary damages. The biotech company which rivals Monsanto for a share of the genetically modified seed market, is based in Switzerland, but also has operations in Iowa.

Previous legal filings against Syngenta combined with the current GMO corn lawsuit now mean that the company faces court challenges from 100 commodity traders and farmers – including Archer Daniels Midland and Cargill.

Jan 04 13:33

Nearly 1 million children potentially misdiagnosed with ADHD

Nearly 1 million children in the United States are potentially misdiagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder simply because they are the youngest – and most immature – in their kindergarten class, according to new research by a Michigan State University economist.

These children are significantly more likely than their older classmates to be prescribed behavior-modifying stimulants such as Ritalin, said Todd Elder, whose study appears in the September issue of the Journal of Health Economics.

Such inappropriate treatment is particularly worrisome because of the unknown impacts of long-term stimulant use on children’s health, Elder said. It also wastes an estimated $320 million-$500 million a year on unnecessary medication – some $80 million-$90 million of it paid by Medicaid, he said.

Jan 04 12:41

The Vaccinated Brain

I asked the mother of the autistic boy if he'd gotten all his mandated shots. She fluffed up like an indignant hen. "We do everything the pediatrician tells us."

"Of course", I answered, "you're a good mother." And she was, doing everything by the book and trying to stay sane in a madhouse.

"Did your son seem more settled when he was little?" Her eyes clouded and shifted; she didn't answer.

"After he started getting his shots and boosters, did he do alright? Did you notice any change in his awareness or behavior?" She shouted at me.

"NO! It just happened; no one knows how."

Jan 04 12:25

Gun Control Is Here: Guns Permanently Confiscated After Veteran Got Treatment For Insomnia

For those who have always believed that it can’t happen here, think again, because it IS happening, and things are only going to get worse as data surveillance becomes a way of life.

Gun confiscation at the hands of medical records sharing is now officially a reality, with serious consequences for the individuals involved.

Now, under ObamaCare, the United States is on pace to swiftly become a snitch society that would make East Germany and Soviet Russia blush.

Jan 04 12:15

2015 Will Be Worse For Obamacare Than Its 2014 Debut As A Result Of New Burdens The White House Is Saddling Onto Insurers

An ominous and largely ignored outcome of Obamacare’s failed launch is that the large insurers have not signed up to offer health plans on the state exchanges.

The nation’s big insurers have mainly sat out of the program, even after a reported browbeating from the White House.

The reason is simple. Offering plans on the exchanges is a bad business deal.

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Jan 04 12:07

Mass die-off of seabirds on Pacific coast called mysterious

Scientists are trying to figure out what’s behind the deaths of seabirds that have been found by the hundreds along the Pacific Coast since October.

Mass die-offs of the small, white-bellied grey birds known as Cassin’s auklets have been reported from British Columbia to San Luis Obispo, Calif.

It’s normal for some seabirds to die during harsh winter conditions, especially during big storms, but the scale of the current die-off is unusual.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, there is the fact that this winter is much harsher than normal, which will kill off more birds. There is that huge methane cloud over the southwestern United States and birds are very sensitive to methane, and then there is the radioactivity from Fukushima.

Jan 04 10:32

Farmers becoming more interested in growing non-GMO crops

Farmers, lured by declining commodity prices and pressures involving weed resistance to glyphosate (the main ingredient in Roundup), have recently expressed a strong interest in growing non-GMO soybeans and corn in early 2015.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Getting that GMO pollen out of the soil will be a real trick!

Jan 04 10:19

British Nurse Suffering From Ebola in Critical Condition: Hospital

A British nurse being treated for Ebola in London is in critical condition after deteriorating over the last two days, her hospital said on Saturday. The Royal Free Hospital has been treating Pauline Cafferkey, 39, with blood plasma from an Ebola survivor and an experimental anti-viral drug. She was diagnosed with Ebola on Monday after returning to Britain late on Sunday from Sierra Leone, where she had been working for the charity Save the Children at a treatment centre outside the capital, Freetown.

Jan 04 09:27

Millions of Obamacare subsidy recipients may need to pay back-taxes.

The problem for Democrats is not exactly this: “As many as 3.4 million people who received Obamacare subsidies may owe refunds to the federal government, according to an estimate by a tax preparation firm… H&R Block is estimating that as many as half of the 6.8 million people who received insurance premium subsidies under the Affordable Care Act benefited from subsidies that were too large, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.” Although it’s definitely going to be a problem: ‘several million people suddenly discovering that they now owe back taxes to the government over Obamacare’ is not exactly a good scenario, especially if you belong to the political party that set that scenario up in the first place.

Jan 03 12:09

RETIRED VACCINE RESEARCHER SAYS "IF I HAD A CHILD NOW, THE LAST THING I WOULD ALLOW IS VACCINATION"

[Editor's Note: This interview was posted by Jon Rappoport in early January 2002. You will discover by reading it that the very issues we now face of FORCED vaccination of a laboratory-created vaccine to "protect" us against a laboratory-created "disease" (Swine Flu, Bird flu, etc.) was set into motion a long time ago. The vaccine researcher quoted here flat out says that the World Homicide Organization, WHO, is driven by a DEPOPULATION agenda, and that many African leaders know full well that the explosive spread of HIV and AIDS in Africa was caused by WHO-sponsored vaccinations of the 1970s. This former pharmaceutical insider also debunks the widespread ASSUMPTIONS of vaccine "safety" promoted by orthodox medicine, the CDC, the National Institute of Health, state health departments, and their compliant media propagandists who are all parroting SUPERSTITIONS, rather than FACTS. ..Ken Adachi]

Jan 03 12:07

ObamaCare fines rising in 2015, IRS prepares to collect

Don't have health insurance? Get ready to pay up.

The ObamaCare-mandated fines for not having insurance are rising in 2015 -- and for the first time, will be collected by the Internal Revenue Service.

Jan 03 10:46

Iris Scan Beaten with Cell Phone Cameras

A hacker has cracked at the Congress of the Chaos Computer Club, the thumbprint of Ursula von der Leyen and the iris of Chancellor Merkel.Therefore, the hacker used simple press photos of politicians. It appears that it is sufficient for a cell phone camera to fool biometric recognition systems, such as the Irsis scan.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So much for Iris scans being "safe" from hacking!!

Jan 03 08:55

CDC Advises Delayed Breastfeeding To Boost Vaccine Efficacy

Ten researchers from the CDC’s National Centers for Immunization and Respiratory Disease (NCIRD) released a paper arguing that because the immune-boosting effects of breastmilk inhibit the effects of the live oral rotavirus vaccine, nursing mothers should delay breastfeeding their infants.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, CDC, the same CDC that actually lied in their report that vaccines do not cause autism, admits that breastmilk boosts the baby's immune system, but wants mothers to stop breast feeding because it interferes with the commercially supplied vaccines!

Yeah, that makes a lot of sense ... for the vaccine makers!

Jan 03 08:29

New Study Finds GMO Soy Toxic to Kidneys, Liver and Reproduction

In North America, approximately 75 to 89% of the soy beans grown are genetically modified (GM). One may not realize it, but this is concerning news – especially because recent research found that GM soy is toxic to the kidneys, liver, and more.

There isn’t just one smoking gun anymore pointing at GMO toxicology. There is now an entire arsenal of scientific research proving that genetically modified organisms adversely affect the body. In yet another new study conducted by Egyptian researchers, rats given GM soy were found to have deadly amounts of toxicity in their kidneys, liver, testes, sperm, blood and even DNA.

Is there any question anymore about the true poisons that are biotech’s squalid wares?

Jan 02 22:15

Giant Land Crab Invades Hawaii and Cats are Nervous

Holly Cantere of Moanalua, a Honolulu suburb, saw the 4.8 pound crustacean doing a crab walk down Salt Lake Boulevard on December 21st. With the help of a friend, she managed to catch it and turn it over to the Hawaii Department of Agriculture which has it quarantined until it can determine where this coconut crab came from and if it brought any friends.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Send cocktail sauce!

Jan 02 08:39

Scientists Alter Crops With Techniques Outside Regulators’ Scope

Scotts and several other companies are developing genetically modified crops using techniques that either are outside the jurisdiction of the Agriculture Department or use new methods — like “genome editing” — that were not envisioned when the regulations were created.

The department has said, for example, that it has no authority over a new herbicide-resistant canola, a corn that would create less pollution from livestock waste, switch grass tailored for biofuel production, and even an ornamental plant that glows in the dark.

The trend alarms critics of biotech crops, who say genetic modification can have unintended effects, regardless of the process.

“They are using a technical loophole so that what are clearly genetically engineered crops and organisms are escaping regulation,” said Michael Hansen, a senior scientist at Consumers Union. He said the grass “can have all sorts of ecological impact and no one is required to look at it.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

ANY GMO tinkering with any plant can have long-term unintended consequences, which can range from mild to horrific

Jan 01 11:50

CDC issues flu vaccine apology: this year's vaccine doesn't work!

As this story has gone extremely viral, I've also added these additional links to other news stories that report on the CDC's admission that this year's flu shot contains the wrong strain:

Huffington Post: "Flu Vaccine Doesn't Protect Against This Season's Most Dominant Strain"

The Seattle Times: "Vaccine problems may signal rocky flu season" - "New evidence shows that FluMist and seasonal shots likely won't protect very well against this year's flu viruses..."

ABC News: "Flu vaccine may not be effective for this year's strains, CDC says"

Jan 01 08:55

US lifts 40-year ban on oil exports

The US has decided to lift a ban on crude oil exports introduced in the 1970’s. The Obama administration is allowing several companies to start exporting raw materials beginning next August.

The US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has authorized several energy companies to export so-called ultra-light oil, as stocks in the United States have increased following the development of shale deposits. Supplies can start as early as August, although initial volumes are likely be small.

Jan 01 08:48

State Departments of Agriculture are Attempting to Regulate Seed Banks Out of Existence

Last year, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture officials sent ‘a friendly letter’ to a seed bank/seed exchange group in Mechanicsburg, telling them they need to test every variety of seed with extremely impractical and pointless tests to ensure that they are up to standards with regulations.

‘Agri-Terrorism’ was cited by officials as a reason why such regulations should be enforced on something as natural as the right to exchange and possess seeds.

Dec 31 10:42

The most censored health news stories of 2014 - here's what the establishment doesn't want you to remember

In August of 2014, a high-level CDC scientist named William Thompson went public with an admission that he and other scientists knowingly committed scientific fraud at the CDC. This was done, Thompson explained, to bury any public knowledge of the scientific evidence linking vaccines and autism.

In a public letter posted on the website of his legal counsel, Thompson wrote:

I regret that my coauthors and I omitted statistically significant information in our 2004 article published in the journal Pediatrics. The omitted data suggested that African American males who received the MMR vaccine before age 36 months were at increased risk for autism. Decisions were made regarding which findings to report after the data were collected...

Along with this admission, Natural News also exclusively released two secret emails further implicating the CDC and its top scientists and executives. You can read those emails here.

Dec 31 10:00

UK Ebola patient was cleared to leave Heathrow despite health concerns

The Scottish nurse who contracted the Ebola virus was cleared to leave Heathrow earlier this week despite raising concerns about her own health, prompting questions over the effectiveness of the UK’s screening process.

Pauline Cafferkey, a community nurse in Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, had told medics she was worried she had Ebola but was given the all-clear to catch a British Airways flight to Glasgow on Sunday evening, according to Public Health England (PHE).

The 39-year-old, whose identity emerged on Tuesday, was receiving specialist treatment in an isolation unit at the Royal Free hospital in London on Tuesday night having been transferred from Gartnavel hospital in Glasgow.

Dec 31 09:40

Severe Flu Cases on the Rise in U.S.

This year’s influenza season started earlier than expected and is sending more patients to the hospital, raising concerns this could be a more severe outbreak than in recent years.

Thirty-six states are now experiencing high levels of flu activity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, as this year’s flu vaccine may not fully protect against a strain known as influenza A H3N2 that is currently circulating and tends to be more severe.

Dec 31 09:36

Reports Saying Patients with Ebola-like Symptoms in NYC Are False

Five people were displaying Ebola-like symptoms in the Brooklyn borough of New York City on Monday, according to rumors that were being circulated on Twitter. However, the Health Department says that the reports are not true.

The information appeared to come from police scanner traffic but was unconfirmed. A number of users retweeted the information from several accounts which posted the scanner traffic.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wasn't paying much attention to this story until it was officially denied. NOW I am worried! :)

Let's see, tonight there will be a million plus people jammed into Times Square for the New Year. One Ebola carrier added to the mix, an r-naught of 2.2, and I can guess why all those merchants and vendors would not want to see any stories about Ebola in New York right now, along with the government that needs those tax revenues.

Dec 31 08:18

Nobody knew what…Famous Scientist: Henry Norris Russell was going to do!

Until the early 19th century, astronomers could do little more than watch the night sky and the movements of the stars charting. But astrophysics brought many new opportunities. The American Henry Norris Russell was one of the first astrophysicists he suggested a color-luminosity diagram for research into the life of stars. This so-called HR diagram is still a resource for astronomers.

Dec 30 14:04

Iran Ranks First among Islamic Nations in Invention Registration

Iran stands first among Islamic states in terms of registering inventions, a report dubbed Science-Innovation Atlas of Islamic States and sponsored by Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), showed.

Dec 30 13:25

Obamacare: How Screwed Are You?

Since the ACA was deemed to have passed Congress, rewritten and declared a tax by Justice Roberts, altered, parsed and carved up by Presidential fiat, had its many exemptions and waivers issued to the fortunate and filibustered against its funding; dozens of minions in various administration agencies have also cranked out over 100 final regulations on how this fraud will be implemented.

That’s the long way of saying you’re about to be subjugated. Think I’m paranoid?

Okay, riddle me this:

Since when does enforcement of a law require thirty times more words and regulations than the law itself?

The answer is when enforcement is the entire point of the law.

But most importantly, the Administration will have you by the short hairs. They’ll have your medical history and the ability to share it or exploit it when it suits them.

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