Nov 05 20:00

The mystery of the Babushka Lady

HMMMM!Documenting the event! I have a sense of reverse Deja Vu!

Directly following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, FBI and CIA investigators began questioning and taking statements from the spectators whom were present on the afternoon of Novemeber 22, 1963
Those who were filming or photographing the day, especially when the shots were fired had pictures and film taken by the investigators.

Clearly shown in several photographs is a woman with what appears to be a camera of some kind in front of her face, pointing directly at the president’s motorcade when the shots were fired.

She is located close to the street, and had an extremely good vantage point for capturing the events surrounding the shooting.

Over her hair she is wearing a scarf of a tan or light brown color — the headscarf earned her the nickname of the “Babushka Lady,” a reference to a similar Russian scarf.

Nov 05 17:17


My goal with this Go Fund me project is to open a chain of restaurants in the United States and import non-gmo organic foods from around the world. I also want to start my own self-sustaining farm raising dairy cows in a humane way without antibiotics or gmo feed that I can use in my restaurant. I want to grow non-gmo crops as well to provide for my restaurant and eventually a super market. I want to bring back healthy food to America so that people like me who have had to stop themselves from eating so many delicious foods can now eat whatever they want whenever they want. Please help me bring back food the way nature intended food to be. Thank you so much.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the GoFundMe page for today's radio guest Youseph Rasheed. This is IMHO a worthy project!

Nov 05 16:13

Strong Links between Glyphosate and a Multitude of Cancers that are “reaching epidemic proportions”: New Study Shows “the outcomes are alarmingly apparent”

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup. The use of glyphosate is widespread throughout Europe. However, on 20 March the World Health Organisation’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said that glyphosate was “classified as probably carcinogenic to humans.” This is just one step below the risk designation of “known carcinogen.”

Nov 05 16:07

Drug company that raised life-saving pill’s price by 5,000% is under Senate investigation

The Senate’s Special Committee on Aging wants to know more about how four drug manufacturers came to raise prices of their products. One of the companies, Turing Pharmaceutical, hiked the price of a rare pill by 5,000 percent.

Led by Chairwoman Senators Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri), the panel sent letters to Turing Pharmaceuticals, as well as Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Retrophin Inc, and Rodelis Therapeutics.

Nov 05 14:57

Are Pessimists Actually Happier Than Optimists?

But having low expectations is only part of what makes embracing your pessimism a good thing. If you’re a pessimistic leopard who has struggled to change its spots – take comfort...

Nov 05 14:27


Among the many examples of state power run amok is when armed law enforcers descend on small farms to carry out a war on food freedom. Last month, 20 officials from the ministries of agriculture, natural resources and finance in Ontario, Canada raided Michael Schmidt’s milk farm with the help of local police. They began removing equipment and computers, intending to confiscate them for the crime of providing raw milk to people who freely choose to drink it. But then something awesome happened. Up to 50 members of Schmidt’s farming collective showed up and blocked the path of the officials, risking arrest to demand that the government leave Schmidt’s possessions and exit the property.

Webmaster addition: The Minutemen have returned!

Nov 05 14:06


The war against our health has penetrated government, academia, and the media to such a degree that no sound-bite explanation will expose the magnitude of the problem we face. But this film does!

So do yourself a huge favor. View War on Health* here and now… because you need to know. Then Share it with your friends … because they do, too!

Nov 05 11:23


With nearly $500 million allotted, military contractors are competing for funds to develop the next big thing: computer code capable of killing. Under a forthcoming nearly half-billion-dollar military contract, computer code capable of killing adversaries is expected to be developed and deployed if necessary, according to contractors vying for the work and former Pentagon officials. U.S. troops would have the power to launch logic bombs, instead of traditional explosive projectiles, which essentially would direct an enemy’s critical infrastructure to self-destruct.

Nov 05 11:21

Ben Carson Was Sued for Malpractice at Least Eight Times

The lawsuit alleged that Carson didn’t review Perna’s MRI before conducting the three procedures. According to the claim, the MRI would have alerted Carson that Perna had lesions on her brainstem as a result of her MS, making the microvascular decompression essentially useless.

Dr. Carson allegedly returned to Perna’s hospital room, after reviewing the MRI post-procedure, in a “highly agitated state,” according to the suit, and said, “They did not tell me that there are lesions on your brainstem. Had I known that, we would have never done the microvascular decompression.” The claim called his lack of review of the MRI “a blatant breach in prevailing standards of medical care.”

Perna said she was subsequently given another medication that conflicted with her prescribed MS medication, causing her to have a severe seizure later that year. The lawsuit sought over $20,000 in damages and was settled out of court.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The spin on this article is that all doctors face malpractice lawsuits, but this particular case displays a high degree of personal recklessness, a trait that should not be allowed into the Oval Office.

Nov 05 11:03


Opponents of water fluoridation have finally earned a victory in the fight against fluoride! San Marcos, Texas, a college town located just 25 miles south of Austin, voted to stop adding the industrial toxin hydrofluorosilicic acid to the water yesterday with overwhelming support. The votes in favor of Proposition 1 to stop adding fluoride to the public water supply came in at about 61 percent, with 39 percent opposing the measure. The victorious outcome was made possible by committed voters and the efforts of grassroots groups who worked tirelessly to get the measure onto the November 2015 ballot, despite facing many obstacles along the way.

Nov 05 10:49

Europe's big NO to half baked GMO compromises

Last week something almost unprecedented occurred in the European Parliament. All the political groups joined together to roundly reject a proposal on GMOs from the Commission.

The issue was a botched attempt to break the majority opposition to allowing GM food and feed into the single market. This followed a similarly bad proposal to facilitate GM cultivation which was voted on in January.

Nov 05 10:27

H2O: Dangerous Chemical!

A student at Eagle Rock Junior High won first prize at the Greater Idaho Falls Science Fair, April 26. He was attempting to show how conditioned we have become to alarmists practicing junk science and spreading fear of everything in our environment. In his project he urged people to sign a petition demanding strict control or total elimination of the chemical "dihydrogen monoxide."

And for plenty of good reasons, since:

Nov 05 10:15

ISIL-Looted Artifacts Show Up in West, Money Used to Fund Jihadists

Ancient Middle-Eastern cultural artifacts are being looted by ISIL terrorists and smuggled into Western countries to be sold; the money then goes to fund the jihadists, RT reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How very revealing that the artifacts are headed west instead of into other, richer, middle eastern countries. Kind of undermines that whole "Muslim Jihadist" angle, doesn't it?

Nov 05 10:01

Man, 41, died after a TAPEWORM inside him developed cancer

A man died after a tapeworm living inside of him developed cancer, in a case doctors said caused them 'sleepless nights'.

The 41-year-old was found to have cancerous growths in his lungs, but doctors were shocked to discover they weren't made of human cells, but from a parasite.

Medics believe the cancer cells were able to grow and eventually kill the man because he had HIV, which weakened his immune system.

Doctors describing the case in the New England Journal of Medicine said discovering someone who has become ill with cancer from a parasite is a 'novel finding.'

Nov 05 09:41

Deployment of US Troops in Syria is a de Facto Act of War – Pat Buchanan

The deployment of US military forces in Syria, carried out against Damascus' will, could be qualified as "an act of war" against the Syrian sovereign state, Patrick J. Buchanan warned.

Nov 05 09:07

Funding crisis, staff shortages leave NHS among world’s worse health services – OECD

Healthcare in the UK is among the worst in the developed world, a new report has concluded, with underequipped and short-staffed hospitals leading to unnecessary deaths across the country.

The report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) found that the National Health Service (NHS) has a disastrous record of preventing illnesses, with the organization’s deputy director calling the healthcare provider “outstandingly poor.”

Nov 05 08:54

Russian 'Universal Strategy on Fighting ISIL' to End US Hegemony in Mideast

Putin outed Obama's phony war on terror.Another false flag now wont be believed by the world or a large segment of the American people. Pull one now and they are finished!

The firmness Russia has adopted in its military operation against ISIL in Syria proves that Moscow intends to reduce US hegemony in the Middle East and play the key role in resolving political and economic problems in the region.

Nov 05 08:35

9/11 Physics: "You Can't Use Common Sense"

They say everything changed on 9/11, and they sure weren't whistling Dixie! We all learned something about physics we would never have guessed. So pay attention while the dumb-asses get schooled by Elroy P.

Nov 05 08:32

New Jersey Institute of Technology Hosts '9/11 Critical Questions' Forum on WTC 7, invites AE911Truth

A mathematics professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology has invited two representatives of Architects & Engineers 9/11 Truth to address students and faculty from the school's civil engineering department in a Technology, Art and Science Forum titled "9/11 Critical Questions."

The 90-minute event will be held on Wednesday afternoon, November 11, at NJIT's Campus Center Ballroom in Newark, NJ.

Prof. Jay Kappraff, Ph.D., created "9/11 Critical Questions" in order to present various perspectives on the destruction of the third World Trade Center tower, known as Building 7, to 100-plus students and faculty from NJIT's John A. Reif, Jr. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

He is also inviting the students and faculty from the New Jersey College of Architecture and Design and from five other colleges within NJIT to attend the forum, and will be placing an article and an advertisement in the school-wide newspaper for that purpose.

Nov 05 04:05

Strong earthquake hits Russia’s Kamchatka, no damage done

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake rocked Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula on Thursday, a spokesman for the Kamchatka branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Geophysical Service said. "The earthquake was registered at 13:59 local time (4:59 Moscow time). Its epicenter was located at a depth of 34 kilometers some four kilometers away from the settlement of Ust-Kamchatsk," the spokesman said, adding earth tremors of a magnitude of up to four points on the Richter scale were felt in Ust-Kamchantsk. Local emergencies services said the quake had caused no damage or loss of life. No tsunami warning was issued. "A team of rescuers examined building and structures in Ust-Kamchatsk. No damage was revealed. No casualties were reported," the spokeswoman said.

Nov 05 00:31

Brutal fight at a Minneapolis McDonald's drive-thru window between staff and customer

You deserve a break today! A broken nose a broken hand.....!

"I was on my way home from Monday night curling league, I hadn't eaten much since lunch time, and I was driving by a McDonald's, so I thought I'd just swing in and pick up a BigMac while I listened to the end of MNF game on the radio.

At first I was annoyed the guy in front of me was taking so long, he seemed pretty upset to begin with, but it looked like when the McDonald's guy handed him his cash and change back he dropped some of the dude's change. That's when he got out of his car, spit on the drive through window and tried to punch the McDonald's and that's when I started recording."

This took place yesterday in Northeast Minneapolis.

Nov 05 00:27

US led Coalition Air Strike in Mosul

Target : Mosque, Shopping Center, Car Showroom, Industrial Area

Nov 04 19:01

BREAKING: Police Shoot 6-yo Boy in the Head Multiple Times Killing Him


The boy, Jeremy David Mardis, of Effie, was killed by multiple gunshot wounds to the head and torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Avoyelles Parish Coroner L.J. Mayeaux said Wednesday. The boy was a student at Lafargue Elementary in Effie.

The shooting on Martin Luther King Drive in Marksville happened at the end of a pursuit and involved multiple city marshals from Ward 2, Louisiana State Police spokesman Trooper Daniel “Scott” Moreau said.

Police sources claim that the driver, Chris Few, was attempting to flee when they fired on him. According to the AP, the coroner said Few reached a dead end and was backing into the marshals when they fired. The coroner also reportedly said Mardis was “caught in the line of fire.”

Nov 04 19:00

Gleaning to Reduce Food Waste

Captured in Jean Francois Millet’s famous painting The Gleaners, the ancient practice of gleaning—collecting leftover crops from a farmer’s field after harvest—was an early form of welfare for the needy. It turns out that the practice is alive and well, and could be one of many ways to reduce the enormous amount of food waste in the United States.

The practice of gleaning doesn’t have to take place only at the farm. Glean for the City is a project of Bread for the City, a Washington DC nonprofit concerned with helping DC’s most vulnerable citizens. They salvage thousands of pounds of produce from farmer’s markets and individual gardeners each year for redistribution to the poor.

Nov 04 17:08

Egypt is Flooding Gaza Border Tunnels With Seawater, Poisoning Water Supply

Egypt has been pumping salt water from the Mediterranean into Gaza's underground tunnels, which Cairo says have been used to smuggle weapons to Islamist insurgents in the Sinai desert.

But more than destroying the tunnels, the flooding is contaminating water supplies and threatening to wreck farmland and spread disease, Palestinian officials say.

"One cubic meter of seawater pollutes 40 cubic meters of underground water," said Tamer al-Sleibi, a water department director in Gaza.

He worries that the water could weaken the foundations of homes and spoil the land for agriculture. Additionally, as the water turns stagnant, mosquitoes and other disease carriers will breed.

Nov 04 15:17

FLASHBACK - Lobbyist refuses glass of water containing carcinogen despite saying its safe

A lobbyist has refused to drink a glass of water containing a potentially cancer-causing pesticide during an interview despite repeatedly claiming the chemical is completely harmless.

Dr Patrick Moore, a Canadian lobbyist employed by farming products manufacturer Monsanto, was being interviewed on French television as part of an investigation into genetically modified foods when the interviewer asked him about the evidence linking glyphosate to an increased risk of cancer.

Glyphosate is a key ingredient in the Monsanto product Roundup, a pesticide used mainly to kill weeds.

Nov 04 14:38

Drugged Into Oblivion: Nearly 60 Percent Of All U.S. Adults Are On Prescription Drugs

If you have a health problem, even if it is just an imaginary one, some giant pharmaceutical company out there is probably making a pill for it. According to shocking new research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, 59 percent of all U.S. adults are on at least one prescription drug, and 15 percent of all U.S. adults are on at least five prescription drugs.

Nov 04 13:02

Solar storm knocks out flight control systems in Sweden

Aviation officials say a solar storm knocked out the air traffic control systems in Sweden on Wednesday, prompting them to close the country's airspace for more than an hour.

Nov 04 12:11

‘Crime of opinion’: French weatherman sacked for climate change skeptic book

A famous French weatherman has broadcast the news of his sacking in an online video, saying he was fired for writing a book challenging climate change.

Nov 04 11:43

BEX ALERT - Study may have found evidence of alternate, parallel universes

An astrophysicist says he may have found evidence of alternate or parallel universes by looking back in time to just after the Big Bang more than 13 billion years ago.

While mapping the so-called "cosmic microwave background," which is the light left over from the early universe, scientist Ranga-Ram Chary found what he called a mysterious glow, the International Business Times reported.

Chary, a researcher at the European Space Agency's Planck Space Telescope data center at CalTech, said the glow could be due to matter from a neighboring universe "leaking" into ours, according to New Scientist magazine.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


I have an alternative theory for the Cosmic Background radiation HERE!

Nov 04 11:32


Turmeric has widely been toted for its effect on cancer, but new research has shown that its cousin ginger is just as powerful. Not only that, it’s been found to be even more effective than some cancer medications at killing cancer. There is even evidence of some cancer medications being ineffective and actually accelerating the death of cancer patients.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Big Pharma cannot make money off of natural plants thaty grow wild. Ginger grows all over Hawaii and there is a special red ginger plant that is held in traditional Hawaiian lore as having great healing properties. But Big Pharma makes money selling you patented concoctions, which even if far less effective, are far more profitable!

Nov 04 11:21

More Than 100 Monsanto Employees Crashed My Presentation on GE Crops and Pesticides

The company spokespeople had their time on stage, rallying the crowd to cheers of opposition, repeatedly asserting that the information we were sharing was false.... "These are the real experts on pesticides," said Robert Stevenson, president of the Molokai Chamber of Commerce gesturing to the Monsanto workers. "No one knows agriculture and pesticides more than the people of Moloka‘i."

I couldn’t stop thinking about those 20 or so workers who leaned in. Those eyes that widened as we talked about developmental delays in children, and higher cancer rates in agricultural workers. I wondered, as I saw the executives shift uncomfortably in their seats, if they regretted inviting their workers. Did they realize that seeds were planted? That we will continue to water these seeds and that this is how transformation grows?

Nov 04 11:12

4th Grader Paralyzed After the Flu Shot – But You Should Still Get One

In what the medical system is treating as a mystery, a 4th-grade student in Texas has suddenly become paralyzed, incontinent, and is losing her vision. Formerly a perfectly healthy child, 9 year old Breanna Browning has been a frequent flyer in the emergency room over the past few weeks.

The potential triggering event? On October 15th, she was given the flu shot at school.

Nov 04 10:54

'Super Strypi' rocket disintegrates 1 minute after launch

The US Air Force has confirmed that its 'Super Strypi' sounding, or research, rocket has broken up on launch as its booster gained excessive rotation, destroying the vehicle a minute after lift-off.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wondered what that loud "bang" was! :)

Nov 04 10:53

Government threw 13 men into the same prison after their children were killed possibly by vaccine injuries

If your child becomes sick or dies after receiving a vaccine, odds are you'll be accused of Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS). Why? It's an easy way out for the government and Big Pharma who just want to gloss over the vaccine violence they've been unleashing on the human population.

It's likely they'll maintain that your child, who fell ill or died after receiving a vaccine or series of them, had nothing to do toxins being injected in their system and everything to do with you violently shaking your baby. After all, the problems that often manifest when a child experiences adverse vaccine reactions involves brain damage, which also happens during SBS.


This isn't about SBS, but rather BS, plain and simple.

Nov 04 10:40

CDC scientist confirms Donald Trump is right about vaccines and autism

Donald Trump is no stranger to controversy, including the vaccine debate. In a series of tweets and interviews over the past few years, the presidential candidate has stated that he strongly believes that there is a link between "monstrous" vaccines and autism. He has suggested that delivering vaccines in smaller doses over time could reduce autism rates among U.S. children. Despite being cast to the lunatic fringe by the mainstream media for his remarks, CDC scientist Dr. William Thompson has confirmed Trump's suspicions — namely, that the link between vaccines and autism is real.

Nov 04 10:38

Scientific fraud uncovered in antidepressant study that claims psych drugs are safe for children

A landmark study which concluded that antidepressant drug Paxil (paroxetine) was safe for use among teenagers was fraudulent, suggests a reanalysis of the previously recorded data.

The original study, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) in 2001, claimed that Paxil might help young people overcome depression symptoms. New research shows, however, that it used less reliable secondary data to make false claims about the drug's efficacy. The authors also hid key patient-level data showing that some young people taking Paxil developed serious adverse effects, like suicidal and homicidal tendencies.

Nov 04 10:37

Over 1mn at risk as cyclone strikes war-torn Yemen

The UN says over a million people from Yemen could be at risk following the aftermath of Cyclone Chapala. The organization is preparing to provide assistance to those lacking shelter and those who have no access to clean water.

The tropical storm made landfall Tuesday and UN agencies are trying to help those affected by the fallout. The provinces of Shabwah and Hadramaut, which are home to a population of around 1.1 million, were worst affected.

Nov 04 10:14

Rosetta probe to 'crash land' on comet at end of its mission but spacecraft will make a softer touch down on 67P than its ill-fated Philae lander

The Rosetta probe may be sent crashing into the distant comet it has been orbiting at the end of its lifetime next September.

But the spacecraft is expected to have a far softer landing than its ill-fated Philae lander, which bounced uncontrollably across the surface of the duck-shaped comet 67P.

Instead it will approach the comet slowly, beaming back as much information as possible to scientists on Earth in its dying moments.

Experts say the orbiter's final moments may ultimately provide more data and clearer pictures than were possible with the Philae lander.

Nov 04 09:48

Mother-of-one died after downing up to eight litres a day of PEPSI MAX while on anti-depressants

Victoria Lane, from Clayton, Stoke-on-Trent, died from 'excessive' levels of caffeine and fluoxetine after downing up to eight litres of the fizzy drink on a daily basis because she enjoyed the taste of it.

The 38-year-old was found dead at her home by her teenage son, Rhys, earlier this year. He called 999 and paramedics rushed to the scene, but they were unable to revive his mother.

A post-mortem examination later found the combination of Pepsi Max and prescription drugs had led to 'excessive consumption' of both caffeine and fluoxetine, resulting in Miss Lane's death.

Nov 04 09:16

Illinois police officer whose death started major manhunt committed suicide – report

US authorities are set to announce that the Illinois police lieutenant, Joseph Gliniewicz, whose death sparked a four-day manhunt in September, in fact killed himself.

The news emerged from an unidentified official who spoke to AP ahead of a Wednesday news conference on the issue.

Nov 04 08:53

Bill Gates at 60: Ten defining failures

On October 28th, 2015 Bill Gates turned 60 years old. As one might suspect, the mainstream media has been filled with tributes and retrospectives of his life and career. These tributes of course center around Gates’ alleged revolutionary developments in technology and his “philanthropic efforts” across the globe.

Nov 04 00:12

Towards a reversal of the situation in the Near East

The days of the « Arab Spring » are almost over. As of now, the White House and the Kremlin are redesigning the contours of the « Greater Middle East ». However, their agreement, which was concluded before the Russian military intervention in Syria, could still be modified by the changes in the balance of power. There is no proof that Moscow will accept the stabilisation of Syria or ignore the partition of Turkey and Saudi Arabia which are soon to begin. In any event, the coming upheaval will modify the status quo which has been in place for the last five years. Most of the powers implicated are therefore scrambling to change sides before the other players.

Nov 03 18:59

Happy Hallowe’en! A Belated Scare Story

solving the unfairness of a loving family by outlawing families

babble such as : We think that although in practice it makes sense to parent your biological offspring, that is not the same as saying that in virtue of having produced the child the biological parent has the right to parent.

Nov 03 18:01

Monsanto Research Site in France Goes up in Flames

Monsanto suspects it was arson

Nov 03 17:17

FLASHBACK: Linux makers release patch to thwart new 'Ghost' cyber threat

Old bug. Fixed about 10 months ago.

Red Hat Inc and other makers of the widely used Linux operating system for business computers updated their software on Tuesday to thwart a serious new cyber threat they warned could allow hackers to gain remote control of their systems.

The previously undisclosed vulnerability, dubbed "Ghost," is deemed critical because attackers could exploit it to covertly gain complete control of a targeted Linux system, according to cyber security firm Qualys, which uncovered the bug.

Nov 03 16:58

Ben Carson had been sued for malpractice at least six times including by a girl who suffered facial disfigurement and woman who claimed he left a SPONGE in her skull

Ben Carson has been running his campaign for the White House as an outsider, heavily relying on his stellar reputation as a brain surgeon, but the National Enquirer has revealed that a string of malpractice lawsuits dating back to the 1980s suggests that the Republican presidential candidate’s medical career was far from flawless.

Carson, 64, who according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll was in second place with 23 percent behind fellow political neophyte Donald Trump, who polled 28 percent in several early-voting states, stepped down in 2013 as a surgeon at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland.

Announcing his retirement in March of that year, Carson stated: ‘I'd much rather quit when I'm at the top of my game.'

Nov 03 16:46

Bye Bye Flu Shots: Japanese Researchers Have Created a Flu Cure that Works in One Day

It is being reported in foreign press outlets that Japanese researchers have created the world’s first drug which can cure a person of the flu — any flu — in just one day. It reportedly has the ability to stop the spread of flu viruses in the human body instantly.

Of course, sadly, we probably won’t see or hear anything about it here in America.


Because the flu is a $1.6 billion industry in this country and it can’t make that much money if its cured in a single day, now can it?

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Nov 03 16:45

Rice, wheat, mustard … India drives forward first GMO crops under veil of secrecy

A secret application has been made to India’s GEAC (Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee) for a new variety of GMO mustard to be released for cultivation.


Nov 03 13:56

Laika, the space rover: The dog who inspired the world

On the 3rd of November 1957 the Soviet Union launched a space capsule with the dog Laika on board. She was the first animal to enter orbit around the earth. The experiment proved that a living being was able to survive a space launch and zero gravity, which opened the door to manned space flights.
Laika herself, though, died on board 5-7 hours after the launch due to overheating. Her death caused global outrage. The Kremlin was accused of animal cruelty. Laika's fate inspired artists, film-makers and musicians around the world. Many of their works suggested a happy end instead.

Webmaster addition: My understanding is that the last meal fed to the dog by the satellite was drugged.

Nov 03 13:28

Occasional Gluttony Triggers Metabolic Disease

A new report suggests that for some people, overindulgence at the dinner table or at snack time is enough to trigger signs of metabolic disease.

Nov 03 13:03

Finally! Studies Prove That Unvaccinated Children Are Far Healthier

A study from the 1990s has come to light, proving that compared to unvaccinated children, vaccinated children were more likely to suffer from asthma, eczema, ear infections, hyperactivity and many other chronic conditions.

Furthermore, the study identified that there was a ten-fold increase in the incidence of tonsillitis in the children who were vaccinated, and a total lack tonsillectomy operations among the children who were unvaccinated.

In 1992, the Immunization Awareness Society (IAS) conducted a survey to examine the health of New Zealand’s children. Unsurprisingly, the results of their study indicated that unvaccinated children were far healthier than vaccinated children.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"But vaccines make money. They make MONEY!!!!! Isn't that more important?" -- Official White Horse Souse

Nov 03 12:50

ISS: 15 years orbiting the Earth

On November 2, 2000, a Russian Soyuz rocket carrying Russian cosmonauts Yuri Gidzenko and Sergei Krikalyov and NASA astronaut William Shepherd docked at the International Space Station (ISS). Expedition 1 was the first long-duration stay on the ISS. The mission lasted for 136 days, from November 2000 to March 2001.

Nov 03 12:23

Audi, Porsche join VW scandal: EPA finds more emission cheating software

Audi and Porsche have been pulled into Volkswagen’s emission-cheating scandal. The US environmental regulator has broadened its investigation and found that the Porsche Cayenne and five Audi models also have software cheating federal pollution standards.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended its list of affected vehicles to include a new 2015 Porsche Cayenne and the yet-to-come 2016 Audi A6 Quattro, A7 Quattro, A8, A8L, and Q5. It also includes the 2014 Volkswagen Touareg.

Nov 03 12:09

TransCanada Asks US to Suspend Keystone Pipeline Application

The company sponsoring the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline Monday asked the State Department to suspend the review of its federal permit application, a request that could push a final decision on the pipeline beyond President Obama’s tenure in office.

The administration is preparing to reject a cross-border permit for the project aimed at transporting hundreds of thousands of barrels of heavy crude oil from Canada’s oil sands region to Gulf Coast refineries, according to several individuals who have been briefed but spoke on the condition of anonymity because the White House’s decision has not been announced. In asking for a delay, TransCanada could hand the issue, which has come to symbolize the broader battle over how the United States should address climate change, to the next U.S. president.

Nov 03 12:00

First of its Kind Study Shows Cannabis Has Little to No Significant Effect on Driving

Researchers at the University of Iowa’s (UI’s) National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) published a new study that examined how inhaling cannabis affects driving. The results may help shape the rules of how law enforcement handles drivers under the influence of cannabis.

Nov 03 11:31

NASA confirms that the ‘impossible’ EmDrive thruster really works, after new tests

Flying in the face of traditional laws of physics, the EmDrive makes use of a magnetron and microwaves to create a propellant-less propulsion system. By pushing microwaves into a closed, truncated cone and back towards the small end of said cone, the drive creates the momentum and force necessary to propel a craft forward. Because the system is a reaction-less drive, it goes against humankind’s fundamental comprehension of physics, hence its controversial nature.

Nov 03 11:03


It sounds like a bizarre torture scenario that you’d expect to see blamed on illegal terror organizations, but the individuals behind this crime are actually doctors working for the United States government. Disregarding the health of innocent citizens, the government testers were eager to see how unknowing participants suffered as a result of secret plutonium injection. It began in 1945, when an employee at the Oak Ridge Nuclear Facility was in a car accident. Ebb Cade survived, but was taken in as a human participant in a disturbing study he did not consent to. It is important to note that this man was a fifty-three-year-old African American, as previous government trials have singled out African Americans and other minorities.

Nov 03 10:26

NASA reveals that Antarctica is actually gaining more ice than it is losing

A new NASA study says that an increase in Antarctic snow accumulation that began 10,000 years ago is currently adding enough ice to the continent to outweigh the increased losses from its thinning glaciers.

Nov 03 10:21

Tommy Chong: 'The Cancer Came Back'

ln June 2012, Tommy Chong revealed he was suffering from prostate cancer. Less than a year later the pot comic reported that he'd kicked the disease with the help of various therapies, including hemp oil. At the time, we posted this blog written by Chong:
Update: On June 17, 2015, Chong tweeted: "I have good news and bad news. First, the bad news. The cancer came back and it's a real pain in the butt. The good news is I have to use more marijuana to treat the cancer. Please wish me luck while I kick cancer's behind. Thank you for your love and support, now excuse me while I medicate and meditate."

(*Don't Be Deceived by that headline . Cancer comes back , and chemo & radiation won't guarantee it won't , as they are only a treatment . Chong has decided on a gentler , natural approach .
As per typical in America our medical industry chooses to 'fight' cancer , and see it as a disease .
The alternative view point is that there is a condition one must learn to live in unison with . A more natural approach is desired by some .
If Chong chose chemo instead of the route he took , on his own , we probably wouldn't be hearing much from him today .
At least Tommy Chong has a story to tell , and is alive to tell it .
I Wish Him Well !)

Nov 03 08:47

News Blackout on German Refugee Horror Story

A Female Physician in Munich, Germany sends a message to the world :

"Yesterday, at the hospital we had a meeting about how the situation here and at the other Munich hospitals is unsustainable. Clinics cannot handle emergencies, so they are starting to send everything to the hospitals.

Many Muslims are refusing treatment by female staff and, we, women, are refusing to go among those animals, especially from Africa. Relations between the staff and migrants are going from bad to worse. Since last weekend, migrants going to the hospitals must be accompanied by police with K-9 units.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Is this what you had in mind Mr. Soros?

Nov 02 22:40

Carbon Hypocrite Bill Gates Says Only Carbon Taxes Will Stop the Dreaded Climate Change

Put aside whether or not you believe in man-made global warming for a second, and ask yourself if, even as he calls once again for carbon taxes, Bill Gates believes in man-made global warming.

It’s that time of year again, you see. Billionaire Bill Gates is once more calling for carbon taxes as the only way to stop the dreaded climate change.

Back in 2013, the billionaire was talking about not if we get a carbon tax, but when. In fact, he was already talking about what “we” (meaning the elite, megacorporations, and government cronies) should spend it on: “innovation”.

Speaking of just such “innovation,” Gates is making the rounds again to promote the fact that he’s invested $2 billion in green energy innovation through his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Nov 02 21:54

Arizona's Reefer Mad Bill Montgomery Calls Vietnam Vet An Enemy of The State

Bill Montgomery is a dying breed, the rabid reefer mad prohibitionist.

Following the first night of the show, I got to meet a spry older gentleman with a perma-grin on his face who sort of reminded me of Don Ameche from the movie “Cocoon”. “You know,” another person confided, “that’s the ‘enemy of the state’.”

“Who, Don?” I asked, pointing at the happy silver-haired senior.

When Don said he was also a recreational marijuana consumer, Montgomery said, “Well, then you’re violating the law, and I have no respect for you. And I have no respect for someone who would try to claim that you served this country and took an oath to uphold the constitution and defend against all enemies foreign and domestic, because you’re an enemy.”