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Oct 03 07:07

Near ‘Collapse,’ Minnesota to Raise Obamacare Rates by Half

Minnesota will let the health insurers in its Obamacare market raise rates by at least 50 percent next year, after the individual market there came to the brink of collapse, the state’s commerce commissioner said Friday.

Oct 03 06:08

When a Doctor Illegally Put the “HOME” Back Into Nursing Homes, Death Rates Plummeted

“If a plant cannot live according to its nature, it dies; and so a man.”

Henry David Thoreau, Civil Disobedience and Other Essays

Thinking about aging conjures unpleasant imagery of becoming weak and frail, losing our autonomy, and being placed in a nursing home to live out the remainder of our days alone.

Self-described “Nursing Home Abolitionist” Dr. Bill Thomas has been working on changing that, and his ideas and philosophy are reforming the traditional long-term care model.

Dr. Thomas is an international authority on geriatric medicine and eldercare and is the founder of The Eden Alternative, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for elders and their care partners.

Oct 02 13:35

Part of Lopez Aguilar immigration history released

Obama gives this illegal alien amnesty and he goes out and kills an American!

A report including details of the immigration history of a suspect in a fatal Des Moines crash was released Thursday.

Oct 02 09:08

Pediatricians Warn Cell Phone Radiation Poses Cancer Risk to Children

By Whitney Webb

Following a study last May that linked wireless radiation to deadly heart and brain cancers, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued a series of recommendations that warn parents of the dangers cell phones and other wireless devices present to their children.

The initial study was carried out by the US National Toxicology Program over a period of two years. It found that rats suffered DNA damage in their brain cells as well as a high probability of developing brain tumors and malignant Schwann cell tumors in the heart...

Oct 02 08:14

Robots take pizza delivery to the next level in California

Zume is using advanced robotics and some of the smartest humans around to make your favorite pizza.

Their pizza truck contains more than 50 small ovens so they can cook while on the go.

The co-founders of Zume say this method actually makes the pizza-buying process faster and cheaper for businesses, so it allows them to invest in higher quality ingredients.

Oct 01 15:53

Why Corporate Media Won’t Tell You What’s Being Done to the Amazon

Waking Times

Some 90% of the world’s media is controlled by a mere six corporations. The business model of this industry is dependent on advertising revenue, which means that the content they produce must serve well the bottom lines of advertisers, or more significantly, content cannot be of detriment to the profits of corporate advertisers.

Oct 01 15:36

Hillary’s Health: Clinton Grips Secret Service to Avoid Falling Down Stairs

Hillary Clinton once again struggles to combat her most fierce rival this election season… stairs.

Oct 01 13:26

The 10 futuristic DARPA projects that will change the world

From unmanned vessels to brain implants that control your every move

Oct 01 10:00

New Study Blames Fracking For Spike In Oklahoma Earthquakes

By Whitney Webb

For years, scientists and other have speculated that the spike in earthquakes in Oklahoma was linked to natural gas extraction via the controversial method of hydraulic fracturing. Hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as “fracking”, is hugely controversial due to its permanent destruction of groundwater and drinking water as well as its use of cancerous chemicals that often leak into rivers and streams. Yet, it seems that an increase in earthquakes is also another unpleasant side effect of fracking...

Oct 01 09:49

Yellow alert! Strongest earthquakes around Katla volcano in a series of tremors

The Icelandic Met Office has raised the level of warning from green to yellow because of the recent earthquakes around volcano Katla. Green means that the volcano is an active one but shows no signs of a impending eruption, Yellow means that the activity is greater than normal and possibility of eruption is uncertain. They go on to say that there is yet no way to predict a volcanic eruption, but the activity is strong. Police in the south district are combing the surrounding area to make sure no one is there that doesn’t belong there like tourists or travelers. Katla has been stirring for the past few weeks, but the tremors today are the biggest so far.

Oct 01 08:25

Monsanto Weed Killer Poison Found in US Baby Food

The FDA found traces of Monsanto's famous weed killer in a variety of oat cereals for babies in the United States.

Oct 01 08:02

Migrants Bringing Rare Diseases Strain Health Service

Incoming migrants are bringing long-eradicated diseases to Germany and are putting the medical system under extreme stress.

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Oct 01 07:09

Troubling Photos That Show How We Are Drastically Changing The Planet

The Earth is our home and the current state it’s in doesn’t look good. We should take better care of the environment, otherwise all the gifts of nature that gave us our little blue planet will disappear faster than we think.

Sep 30 15:54

The Social Impacts of Drug Trafficking and Heroin in America

For eight years President Obama has been the commander-in-chief of U.S. armed forces in Afghanistan, a country that produces 90% of the opium in the world. ¹ With a stroke of his pen Obama could shut off most of the drug supply to 17 million heroin and opium addicts. Instead, his legacy is the same as George W. Bush. He allowed drugs to flow unimpeded out of Afghanistan for both terms of his presidency.

In a September 17, 2016 speech to the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, President Obama insisted that it would be a personal insult to him if African Americans do not vote for Hillary Clinton. He said that only she can continue his legacy of support for the black community.

Wait. A legacy of support for the black community. Really?

Sep 30 13:59

Hillary coughs, needs help down steps, and wears the drapes from my parents house in the 1970's at Florida rally today

Nothing lasts forever. Hillary not having a coughing spell was never meant to last. The American Mirror caught Hillary having a coughing spell and needed a cough drop today in Ft Pierce.

Sep 30 09:25

Obama administration may use obscure fund to pay billions to ACA insurers

The Obama administration is maneuvering to pay health insurers billions of dollars the government owes under the Affordable Care Act, through a move that could circumvent Congress and help shore up the president’s signature legislative achievement before he leaves office.

Justice Department officials have privately told several health plans suing over the unpaid money that they are eager to negotiate a broad settlement, which could end up offering payments to about 175 health plans selling coverage on ACA marketplaces, according to insurance executives and lawyers familiar with the talks.

The payments most likely would draw from an obscure Treasury Department fund intended to cover federal legal claims, the executives and lawyers said. This approach would get around a recent congressional ban on the use of Health and Human Services money to pay the insurers.

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Sep 30 09:12

Final Descent Image from Rosetta Spacecraft

A new image of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was taken by the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta spacecraft shortly before its controlled impact into the comet's surface on Sept. 30, 2016. Confirmation of the end of the mission arrived at ESA's European Space Operations Center in Darmstadt, Germany, at 4:19 a.m. PDT (7:19 a.m. EDT / 1:19 p.m. CEST) with the loss of signal upon impact.

The final descent gave Rosetta the opportunity to study the comet's gas, dust and plasma environment very close to its surface, as well as take very high-resolution images.

The image was taken from an altitude of 167 feet (51 meters) above the comet's surface by the spacecraft's OSIRIS wide-angle camera on Sept. 30.?The image scale is about two-tenths of an inch (5 millimeters) per pixel. The image measures about 9 feet (2.4 meters) across.

Sep 30 08:13

So long Rosetta: Spacecraft ends its historic 12-year mission by 'crashing' into a comet at crawling speed

The £1 billion ($1.3 billion) quest to 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko ended with a crunch at around 12:20 BST (07:20 ET) today.

Confirmation that Rosetta has ended its mission was seen on screen in mission control on a 'spectrum analyser', a type of graph that shows the carrier signal received by the ground stations on Earth.

Sep 29 15:11

Mysterious outbreak at Orange County elementary school leaves 30 children and 10 staff members covered in bites and blisters

At least 30 children at an elementary school in California's affluent Orange County have come down with a mysterious rash - and no one knows why.

An outbreak of bites and blisters at Lake Forest Elementary School has left children itching through the night, and worried parents searching for answers.

Ten staff members at the school have also come down with the rashes and five new cases in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District have since been reported.

The outbreak is reportedly appearing as rashes, bites and welts, on anywhere from faces to arms, feet, backs, chests and waistlines, according to parents.

Mosquitoes, fleas, spiders, mites and mice have all been ruled out as the source, said Jared Dever of the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control.

Dever said bed bugs are also unlikely the cause, as they are noticeable and tend to strike when people are asleep or immobile, he told NBC Los Angeles.

Sep 29 11:11

Prominent Latin American Scientists say Bill Gates’ golden rice is a total failure

Nobel Laureates who have been pushing the genetically modified organism agenda deep into scientific circles are being lambasted by a group called the Union of Latin American Scientists Committed to Society and Nature

Sep 29 10:21

Iran & Italy hold joint drills in strategic Strait of Hormuz, despite recent US military incidents

An Italian frigate has participated in joint drills with Iran in the Strait of Hormuz, an Iranian commander has said. The maneuvers are unprecedented and come despite several controversial incidents involving US warships in the same area.

Sep 29 09:15

Militarized North Dakota Police Defend Pipeline Against Unarmed Water Protectors

By Derrick Broze

Relations between water protectors with the Standing Rock Sioux and the police hired to protect the construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline deteriorated on Wednesday after police showed up dressed for a riot. A caravan of hundreds of water protectors were attempting to hold ceremony and pray for the end of the pipeline at two different sites of construction when police began surrounding them...

Sep 29 09:11

9/28/2016 -- Large Eruption in Indonesia -- 389 Tourists Missing at Mount Rinjani

Sep 29 08:41

Here’s the device worn by Hillary DURING THE DEBATE for Her Parkinson’s Disease

A small sensor, headphones and a mobile phone – the elements of a prototype kit that is giving hope of relief for sufferers of Parkinson’s disease.

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This is actually pretty cool and provides another explanation for the earpiece.

Sep 29 08:32

Lead developer of HPV vaccine admits it's a giant, deadly scam

An expert involved in the approval process for the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix, is speaking out about the dangers and why you shouldn't risk your child's health in getting them.

Diane Harper, M.D., professor and chair of the department of Family and Geriatric Medicine at the University of Louisville, revealed at the 4th International Conference on Vaccination that HPV vaccines are essentially worthless, because rates of cervical cancer in the U.S. are extremely low anyway.

Her speech was intended to promote the benefits of vaccines, but she changed her mind and went in a different direction in an effort to "clean her conscience about the deadly vaccines," according to The Daily Sheeple.

Sep 29 08:12

Farmers suing Syngenta over GMO corn granted class action status in federal court

The legal dispute against Syngenta began in 2014, when the company allegedly “prematurely and irresponsibly” released new seed varieties that were not approved by China. Those varieties, Agrisure Viptera and Duracade, contaminated US corn exports to China, leading to a trade ban in late 2013.

Plaintiffs said the trade ban and China’s continued unwillingness to buy GMO corn from the US had resulted in estimated losses of $5 to $7 million for domestic corn growers. China at the time had not approved corn grown by the Syngenta seeds.

Sep 29 08:11

UK poultry farmers STILL using antibiotics linked to rise of drug-resistant bacteria

UK poultry farmers have increasingly been using antibiotics linked to the development of drug-resistant bugs, an investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) has revealed.
Industry data obtained by TBIJ indicates a 59-percent spike in the use of antibiotics known as fluoroquinolones at UK poultry farms in the latest 12-month reporting period. The antibiotics were banned in the US, Denmark, Austria and Finland over health concerns years ago.

Sep 29 07:31

ROBOT REPLACES PARENT…

Sep 29 05:35

Taking ibuprofen could raise heart risk by a fifth: Long term use of the painkiller causes chemical reaction that puts strain on the organ

Ibuprofen and other painkillers may trigger a heart condition which affects almost a million Britons, a major study has shown.

Patients who regularly take the pills are up to 20 per cent more likely to develop heart failure.

Long-term use of the medication causes chemical reactions in the body which place extra strain on the heart, research suggests.

Sep 29 05:29

Solar storm lights up the Earth: Aurora glows brightly as the sun flings debris out of coronal hole

Hopefully Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko will light up...

Sep 29 05:08

European Space Agency prepares to crash probe into comet ending £1BILLION mission

Final commands will be uploaded today into the orbiter to line the probe up for its one-way trip on to the rugged surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

Rosetta is due to carry out its "collision manoeuvre" at 9.50pm, UK time at an altitude of about 12 miles.

From that moment, there will be no turning back.

The spacecraft will head straight for the comet, hitting the ground at around 11.40am UK time tomorrow.

Confirmation of the spacecraft's death is not expected until around 12.20am because of the time it takes for radio signals from Rosetta to reach Earth.

Despite travelling at just 1.1mph - walking pace - the craft is not designed for landing and will not survive.

Sep 28 15:57

25-Year-Old Student Discovers Way to Kill Superbugs WITHOUT Antibiotics — Science Freaks Out

By Matt Agorist

Thanks to the medical-industrial complex and its tendency to prescribe antibiotics for just about every illness, including viruses, bacteria are getting smarter. Because we are giving non-lethal doses of antibiotics to bacteria on a massive scale, Fleming’s prediction in 1945, is now coming true.

The limited number of antibiotics in the world cannot keep up with the rapid rate of evolving bacteria. The world will soon be in a post-antibiotic era...

Sep 28 15:54

Lawmakers Ask White House to Delay Kratom Ban, Claiming Improper Procedure

When the DEA issued its announcement about kratom rescheduling, it said there were fifteen “kratom related deaths between 2014 and 2016”–claims that have been challenged, upon scrutiny. Most prescription opiods are considered Schedule II, by the DEA, despite killing tens of thousands of people in the US annually.

How many deaths occurred due to acetaminophen during that same period?!

Sep 28 13:12

Moon Mission: Hakuto Robot Rover Undergoes Testing In Japan Ahead Of Lunar Travel

Hakuto’s PFM3 pre-flight model underwent testing in Tottori Sand Dunes, Tottori Prefecture.

Sep 28 12:53

The Federal EEOC – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – Sues Hospital Over Employees REFUSING Flu Shots: Alleges RELIGIOUS Discrimination

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Finally someone has stepped up to the plate and hit a homerun regarding constitutional rights and the current vaccine police state we live in. But, the most interesting aspect about all this is: Who is the actor hitting the homerun? It’s none other than the federal government’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the EEOC. Wow!

What’s the basis for the legal action in federal court in Erie, Pennsylvania? Alleged discrimination of religious rights for the firing of six hospital employees who refused flu vaccine shots!...

Sep 28 11:48

UK analyst: Russian military campaign saved Syria from becoming terrorists’ springboard

LONDON, September 28. /TASS/. Russia’s military campaign launched in Syria almost a year ago signaled a turning point in the fight against the Islamic State terrorist group (outlawed in Russia) and prevented Syria from turning into a terrorist springboard, British political scientist, editor-in-chief and publisher of the Politics First magazine Marcus Papadopoulos said in an interview with TASS.

Sep 28 10:03

Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Nuggets Due To Presence Of ‘Hard, White Plastic’

You may want to check those chicken nuggets in your freezer before feeding them to your kids. Tyson Foods is voluntarily recalling more than 130,000 pounds of the pre-cooked breaded delights, because they may contain hard plastic.

Sep 28 09:39

WHOA! Medical Expert Watching Debate Exposes ANOTHER Telltale Sign Hillary Likely Has PARKINSON’S DISEASE [VIDEO]

How many more symptoms need to be uncovered before Hillary comes clean? Why would anyone want to take on the position of Commander In Chief if they aren’t even well enough to walk without assistance?

In the tunnel to Clinton’s vehicle after the debate, Secret Service used pointer flash lights pointing at the ground in front of Clinton’s feet (watch carefully) in order to guide Hillary through the tunnel to/into her vehicle.

Hillary entered the opposite (hidden side) of vehicle so the camera cannot see her entry.

Pointer or Laser lights are used for Parkinson’s patients.

Sep 28 09:32

Health of more than 90% of world's population affected by air pollution 'emergency', WHO says

More than nine out of every 10 people on the planet live in areas where air pollution breaches official safety limits – and millions of people are dying as a result, according to new research by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Sep 28 08:19

Elon Musk plans to get humans to Mars in six years: SpaceX founder tells meeting of astronautical experts that his only purpose is to ‘make life interplanetary’, revealing plans for reusable ship to Mars

SpaceX founder Elon Musk has outlined his highly ambitious vision for manned missions to Mars, which he said could begin as soon as 2022 – three years sooner than his previous estimates.

However, the question of how such extravagantly expensive missions would be funded remains largely in the dark.

Sep 28 07:16

House strikes deal on Flint in attempt to end shutdown threat

House leaders have reached a deal to allow a vote on an amendment adding emergency funding for lead-contaminated communities like Flint, Mich., to a waterways bill in a move that is designed to stave off an election-year government shutdown later this week.

Sep 27 20:47

POLL: JUST 36% THINK SHE’S HEALTHY

The "stamina," the "look": A new poll suggests voters are buying in to Donald Trump's insinuations about Hillary Clinton's health. They're ignoring the medical reports. Voters — especially men — have more confidence that Trump is healthy enough for the presidency than Clinton, according to the Associated Press-GfK poll.

Sep 27 18:22

Can deodorants cause CANCER? Study claims aluminium salts 'may trigger tumours'

The latest study, by scientists at the University of Geneva, suggests there may be an increased risk due to the use of aluminium compounds in antiperspirants.

These compounds temporarily block sweat glands – but can build up in breast tissue and produce some oestrogen-like effects.

While some simple deodorants, designed just to mask odour, do not contain them, most do.

Sep 27 15:39

Gasland

Sep 27 15:29

Getting Your Technician License

Exam Requirement: 35-question Technician Written Exam (Element 2).
Privileges: All VHF/UHF Amateur bands (frequencies above 30 MHz).
Limited operations in certain HF bands.

Sep 27 15:27

EZ wifi antenna: Long Range WIFI

a home made super power wifi antenna 32 db upgrade for long range wifi(internet)using a dish antenna.

Sep 27 15:20

Building a simple crystal radio.

A crystal radio is the distilled essence of a radio. It has very few parts, it needs no batteries or other power source, and it can be built in a short time out of things you can find around the house.

The reason a crystal radio does not need any batteries is the amazing capabilities of the human ear. The ear is extremely sensitive to very faint sounds. The crystal radio uses only the energy of the radio waves sent by radio transmitters.

Sep 27 15:17

How to Build a Simple Faraday Cage for EMP Survival

Of all of the reasons to prepare, one that we all need to take seriously is the possibility of a catastrophic EMP, or electromagnetic pulse. This is a frequent topic in many post-apocalyptic novels and something that most of us are aware of, even if we do not completely understand the science.

Sep 27 14:48

Syrian Army seizes Aleppo’s central district from terrorists – state media

Syrian government forces have re-captured Aleppo’s central district of al-Farafirah from terrorists, state outlet SANA reported, citing army sources.
According to SANA, the Syrian Army is now in control of al-Farafirah with sappers currently clearing the area from “mines and improvised explosive devices planted by terrorists.”

Sep 27 14:19

Neonicotinoids: Unpublished Industry Studies Detail Harm To Bee Health

Chemical giants Bayer and Syngenta commissioned private studies which showed that their neonicotinoid pesticides can cause serious harm to bees, a Greenpeace investigation has uncovered.

The revelations come with the UK set to decide its own policy on pesticide use once it leaves the EU. The UK lobbied against the current EU ban when it was introduced.

Sep 27 12:56

President Hillary Blacks Out

A critical meeting takes place in the White House at 2300 hours (11PM). Present are President Hillary Clinton, the Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, key White House staffers including White House chief of staff and National Security Council Advisor. The new Director of the CIA also is there as is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The CIA Director, who is a Cabinet member, is briefing on the crisis before the Chairman presents some military options. Clinton is listening and then, all of a sudden, her head slams into the conference table.

Everything stops. How to proceed?

Sep 27 10:08

Experts suggest 9 weed strains to get you through a presidential debate

We would recommend Super Sour Diesel Haze with a White Rhino concentrate 91% THC chaser. Happy Trails!

Tonight's debates have all the excitement of a national sporting event, with the added joy of extreme global consequences. For some, this may be too much to handle. So for people who don't want to drink alcohol or meditate to deal with their anxiety, Oregon's legal cannabis might be the answer. We turned to the experts to find out which strains of weed are most likely to get you through tonight without too much trauma.

Sep 27 08:13

The bulge on Hillary’s back is likely a battery pack worn by advanced Parkinson’s patients to help control the tremors.

Sep 27 07:08

The Case Against Veganism — Carefully Researched Book Spills the Beans

Story at-a-glance -
There doesn’t appear to be a single population of any significant size in the history of the world who survived on an exclusively plant-based diet, so from a health perspective, there’s little support for the strict veganism idealized today
Veganism involves the complete exclusion of ALL types of animal products — not just meat and animal organs, but also products obtained from live animals, such as dairy and eggs. It also excludes seafood
A vegetarian diet that includes some animal foods in the form of eggs, dairy and fish, makes for a healthy balanced diet that supplies all the critical nutrients your body needs for optimal health

Sep 27 06:22

Speaking of Giant Meteor 2016, NASA Missed the One That Hit Earth Yesterday

Folks frustrated with the American election have been decorating their vehicles with the sentiment, “Giant Meteor 2016: Just End It Already.” Well, they almost got their wish, and NASA missed the whole darned thing.

NASA, tasked with protecting us from incoming threats from space, failed to spot a meteor that slammed into the ocean off the coast of Australia yesterday (Sept. 16). Police received hundreds of calls as people watched a fireball move across the sky above the Gladstone area of Queensland.

Sep 26 23:02

ABC LIVE POLL: Who Are You Voting For?

Who Are You Voting For?

Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton
Gary Johnson
Jill Stein
Vote
At posting time.
View Results Who Are You Voting For?

Donald Trump (55%, 28,339 Votes)
Jill Stein (21%, 10,637 Votes)
Gary Johnson (15%, 7,547 Votes)
Hillary Clinton (10%, 5,163 Votes)
Total Voters: 51,686

Sep 26 22:23

Vote: Who won the first presidential debate?

The presidential debate is over and both candidates have made their case to the American voter. We heard their positions on homeland security, the economy and the future direction of the country.

Now it's your turn to tell us who the big winner was.

Sep 26 22:21

Vote Now: Who Won the First Clinton-Trump Debate? TIME Staff Sept. 26, 2016

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met for their first presidential debate Monday, and we want to know who you think won.

Take a moment to click the link below next to the candidate who you thought did the best at the debate at Hofstra University in New York.

Sep 26 22:04

Donald Trump said he won't allow the use of private emails or servers if he wins

WATCH | Donald Trump said that if he's elected president, he would have tougher enforcement of rules that government employees are required to follow when using personal email accounts, mobile phones or non-government servers for sensitive government business.

Sep 26 21:49

Trump, to the left of Obama, pledges not to use nuclear weapons first

Trump just became a Statesman. He has over 200 generals and major law enforcement groups behind him. This is getting interesting!

After Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump’s rhetoric on nuclear issues as reckless and dangerous, Trump pledged not to be the first to introduce nuclear weapons into a conflict. “I would certainly not do first strike,” Trump said. “Once the nuclear alternative happens, it’s over.”

That may seem like common sense, but it’s actually a commitment that President Obama has been reluctant to make. The Pentagon argues that unless the U.S. is prepared to threaten a nuclear strike, it is less likely to deter Russian and Chinese aggression.

Sep 26 20:07

Top Rated Talk Show Host Michael Savage Pulled Off the Air After Discussing Hillary’s Health

Top rated radio talk show host Michael Savage was abruptly pulled off the air on Monday afternoon after launching into a segment on Hillary Clinton’s delicate health. The talker called his abrupt removal an act of “sabotage.”

Sep 26 17:38

What’s At Stake With the Proposed CDC Rulemaking That Has An Open Comment Period Until October 14, 2016?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

If readers aren’t aware already, hopefully, this article will get you thinking, talking and commenting about the proposed rulemaking the CDC wants to implement, which will take away an individual’s basic human rights, plus the right to Informed Consent regarding healthcare, violate your constitutional rights and even quarantine you if CDC thinks you are sick and need to be vaccinated!

Sep 26 15:30

Evidence Links Cocaine Abuse And Parkinson's Disease

Adults who abuse cocaine might increase their risk of developing Parkinson's disease (PD)...

Sep 26 14:57

GassingAmerica.com

Of the 17 to 34 million humble individuals and families in America who live or work in Mobile and Manufactured homes, some 2 million are Native Americans. If you are Native American or care about them, their compounded poisoning risk is also exposed herein and specifically discussed near bottom of this page -- which includes copy of my email to key NCAI leadership while they gathered at their 2013 annual convention in Tulsa Ok.

Sep 26 13:18

World leaders meet to finally address antibiotic resistance crisis

On September 21, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly passed a declaration aimed at slowing the spread of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, calling it “historical” and “a turning point.”

Sep 26 11:43

Was this Polio cure buried for dangerous Rockefeller vaccines?

And here is invaluable overview across all conditions, explaining very simply how this one molecule can change sickness – chronic illnesses, poisons, all infections, radiation, viruses – to health.

Sep 26 11:00

Incredible Mainstream Avoidance of Hillary Debate Collapse

How does Hillary manage to stay healthy and on her feet for three debates? That’s the big question but incredibly you won’t find it asked in mainstream media articles anywhere.

As of a few hours before the debate, the Guardian, TIME, New York Times and myriad other publications have weighed in regarding the debates and what the candidates need to do to win.

The consensus seems to be that Trump has to restrain his instinct to make informal comments that seem “un-presidential.” And Hillary surely has to avoid droning on.

But there is only one fundamental question that needs to be asked from what we can tell: Will Hillary have a seizure or collapse onstage?

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Hillary is juiced up with the very best medications money can buy!

Sep 26 09:27

‘Fragmented Oversight’: GAO Probe Finds 21 Cases Of Lethal Pathogens Shipped By Mistake

Laboratories around the US sent out highly contagious viruses and bacteria samples they mistakenly believed were inactive on at least 21 occasions since 2003, a government audit found, deeming oversight of the sample-sharing program sorely lacking.

In addition to the 11 previously known incidents, the audit found 10 cases that had not been previously reported. Eleven federal, five academic and five private labs were implicated in the probe of the Select Agent Program, conducted by the Government Accountability Office and covering the period between 2003 and 2015.

Sep 26 08:56

Hillary Clinton's Illness Revealed

Sep 26 08:25

Mayors say state told them to keep Zika mosquito sites secret

The mayors of Miami-Dade County and Miami Beach on Sunday accused the Florida Department of Health of lying after the state agency said last week that it never told local officials to hide the locations in Miami Beach where mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus were captured.

Sep 26 06:49

Damascus Has Audio of Daesh Talks With US Military Before Strike on Syrian Army

We already know that the US is behind ISIS,Al Qaeda ect.,ad nauseum!
This is really disgusting! Caught in the act!

The Syrian intelligence possesses an audio recording of conversation between Daesh terrorists and US military prior to the Washington-led coalition's airstrikes on the government troops near Deir ez-Zor on September 17, the speaker of the People's Council of Syria said Monday.

"The Syrian Army intercepted a conversation between the Americans and Daesh before the air raid on Deir ez-Zor", Hadiya Khalaf Abbas said as quoted by the Al Mayadeen broadcaster.

Sep 26 06:44

Is there LIFE on Europa? NASA to announce breakthrough in major press conference TODAY

The space experts said in a statement announcing the event this evening, to be broadcast live at 7PM UK time: “Astronomers will present results from a unique Europa observing campaign that resulted in surprising evidence of activity that may be related to the presence of a subsurface ocean on Europa.”

Most scientists agree that where there is water, it massively increases the chances of finding life.

Sep 25 21:39

An Obsolescent Military: Bombing Everything, Gaining Nothing

What, precisely, is the US military for, and what, precisely, can it do? In practical terms, how powerful is it? On paper, it is formidable, huge, with carrier battle groups, advanced technology, remarkable submarines, satellites, and so on. What does this translate to?

The American military is an upgraded World War II military, designed to fight other militaries like itself in a world like that which existed during World War II. The Soviet Union was that kind of military. Today there are no such militaries for America to fight. We are not in the same world. Washington seems not to have noticed.

Sep 25 19:03

China begins operating world's largest radio telescope

The world's largest radio telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life Sunday in a project demonstrating China's rising ambitions in space and its pursuit of international scientific prestige.

Beijing has poured billions into such ambitious scientific projects as well as its military-backed space program, which saw the launch of China's second space station earlier this month.

Measuring 500 meters in diameter, the radio telescope is nestled in a natural basin within a stunning landscape of lush green karst formations in southern Guizhou province. It took five years and $180 million to complete and surpasses that of the 300-meter Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, a dish used in research on stars that led to a Nobel Prize.

Sep 25 09:52

US Deploying Forces in 7 Bases in Northern Syria

TEHRAN (FNA)- The US has deployed its special forces in at least 7 bases in Northern Syria which are located in Qamishli, Ain Issa, Kobane, Hasaka and Tal Abyadh regions.

Sep 25 08:58

5 Things You Can Do To Help Save The Bees

By Whitney Webb

The bees are disappearing! People have been hearing this for years now, but has it really sunk in? Bees, the most important pollinators in most agroecosystems, are dying at an incredibly fast pace due to “colony collapse disorder.” However, colony collapse disorder isn’t a disorder at all – it refers to the abandonment of bee hives by the bees themselves.

Sep 25 08:53

More Evidence Proves Nutrition Beats Vaccines in Preventing Disease

By Michelle Goldstein

Several doctors are beginning to speak out against the danger of vaccines. In her recently released bestselling book A Mind of Your Own, holistic, functional medicine trained psychiatrist Kelly Brogan explains why she opposes vaccinations...

Sep 25 08:25

Even Legal Levels Of Monsanto’s Glyphosate Damage The Environment

By Whitney Webb

A new study published by a group of Brazilian researchers in the journal Phycologia shows that Monsanto’s most popular herbicide Roundup negatively affects life in freshwater ecosystems. More specifically, legal levels of Roundup, as well as those of its main ingredient glyphosphate, can alter and kill macroalgae (i.e. freshwater seaweed) by inhibiting photosynthesis...

Sep 25 08:14

Will the Gulf of Mexico Remain a Dumping Ground for Offshore Fracking Waste?

By Sue Sturgis

When you think of a fracking site, the image that comes to mind is probably a bare-scraped well pad in a rural or maybe suburban landscape, topped with a drilling rig and other industrial infrastructure, and a fleet of trucks to haul materials needed for the controversial process that involves high-pressure injection of fluids into wells to boost oil and gas flow.

But nowadays fracking is also happening in a landscape of a very different sort: the Gulf of Mexico.

Federal documents obtained this year by the Center for Biological Diversity revealed that the Obama administration approved more than 1,200 offshore fracks in 630 different wells in the Gulf from 2010 to 2014. The fracking took place off the coasts of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama — with no public involvement or site-specific tests done beforehand to evaluate the environmental impact...

Sep 24 15:24

Ignore the Flu Vaccine Propaganda

Last year the flu season was predicted to peak in February. However, this year the news media, on cue from the Centers for Disease Control, is starting their vaccination campaign early by planting the idea of vaccination in the minds of senior Americans who are most at risk for the flu and suggesting in doubletalk that seniors wait and get their vaccine later rather than sooner (??).

Sep 24 15:02

M6.9 - 99km NNE of Ndoi Island, Fiji

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No tsunami threat to Hawaii

Sep 24 11:42

The Air Was So Acidic It Would Pit Windsheilds & Disintegrate Women's Pantyhose

Gary Pittman worked for Occidental Chemical Corporation for 21 years in the phosphate mining industry, working his way up to the position of Mining Supervisor. Using his expertise and years of experience Gary gives the listener a detailed yet easy to understand lesson concerning some of the health dangers faced by people who work in the phosphate mining industry, by the people who live near one of these operations, and the pollution spewed forth into the biosphere we all call home. In this case he discusses how acidic the air around a phosphoric acid plant is (which are onsite at these mining operations), and what it did to windshield glass and female workers pantyhose who were exposed to it.

Sep 24 09:02

Hillary’s Parkinson’s Disease is Why She Will not do Press Conferences

More and more talk from behind the curtain is very concerned that Hillary indeed has Parkinson’s disease and this is why she is not having press conferences because she cannot handle multiple questions being hurled at her simultaneously. She needs help climbing stairs and is showing clear signs of tremors. This video is done by a doctor. However, we have confirming opinions by other doctors that agree with the video.

Hillary will not release her medical records in addition to refusing to do press conferences. There is talk starting to surface from behind the curtain because she is at an advanced stage and may develop Dementia sooner than latter. Some are very concerned because she only cares about being the first woman president and not the country. She is putting herself before everything.

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standing for 90 minutes at the debate is going to be a real test for Hillary, and I am going to predict that if she starts to show signs of wobbling, or worse, passing out, there will be "technical difficulties" that will cut the live video so that nobody sees her fall down on TV.

Sep 24 08:36

Big Pharma-Big Agra Mergers: Furthering the Synthetic Agenda

By Makia Freeman

Big Pharma-Big Agra mergers have accelerated recently, with Syngenta being bought by ChemChina (China National Chemical Corporation), Dow Chemical merging with DuPont, and Monsanto agreeing to be acquired by Bayer on Sept. 14th 2016 for US$66 billion. Bayer and Monsanto have signed off on the deal. Syngenta had previously rejected a $47 billion takeover bid by Monsanto last year in 2015. Now US and EU regulators will examine the Bayer-Monsanto deal. If the deal is approved, this new corporate behemoth would be the largest agribusiness on Earth, selling 29% of the world’s seeds and 24% of the world’s pesticides. This would constitute a massive consolidation of power into the hands of a few, a power which would determine who gets seeds to grow food to eat, and who doesn’t...

Sep 24 08:19

Control of Communicable Diseases Dissenting Comment to the CDC

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The comment period for the CDC’s Proposed Rule Control of Communicable Diseases is due by Friday, October 14, 2016, and should be filed at the CDC’s official website.

As of September 23, 2016, 9:30 PM, when I filed my 3-page complaint as an attachment because it exceeded the CDC’s 5000 character criterion for the website, there were 4,697 comments filed.

Personally, I don’t think that number of comments will be sufficient! We need at least a million comments, or more, in order to have an impact, or at least get the CDC’s attention.

Here is the Comment I made, which I want to share with my readers. I hope you can get some ideas from it that can help you in making your comment before October 14, 2016...

Sep 23 22:18

Seattle Mariners catcher Steve Clevenger is suspended without pay for calling Black Lives Matter protesters 'animals' and LAUGHING at uproar over Charlotte shooting death

Seattle Mariners catcher Steve Clevenger has been suspended without pay for the rest of the season for making offensive remarks about Black Lives Matter protesters.

The team announced it suspended Clevenger, 30, for his social media rant on Thursday night in a statement on Friday.

'The Mariners have announced that catcher Steve Clevenger has been suspended without pay for the remainder of the season,' a club statement read.

Seattle has 10 games left in the regular season, and as it stands will miss out on the playoffs.

Sep 23 21:50

Authorities: 4 killed in shooting at mall north of Seattle

BURLINGTON, Wash. - Authorities in Washington state say four people have been killed during a shooting at a mall north of Seattle and that at least one suspect remains at large.

Sgt. Mark Francis says authorities are searching for a man wearing gray who was last seen walking toward Interstate 5. Francis says it wasn't immediately known if there was more than one gunman involved.

Skagit County DEM @SkagitDEM
Confirmed: Looking for 1 shooter. Hispanic Male, black shirt #CascadeMallShooting
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Sep 23 16:37

Europe's Rosetta spacecraft to end epic trek with comet crash landing

In the final hours of its controlled descent on Sept. 30, Rosetta will be able to take close-up pictures of the comet and collect data on gases closer to the surface before joining Philae and shutting down forever.

Sep 23 15:25

After FDA found weedkiller in nearly 100% of honey products, it kept the information secret and refused to warn the public

Documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reveal, for example, that glyphosate residue was found in all of the honey samples tested by the FDA - even honey marketed as being "100% all-natural." Some of the samples contained twice the European Union's allowable amount of glyphosate residue, and there is no allowable limit for glyphosate in honey produced in the U.S. - at least not yet.

This means that U.S. honey producers are technically in violation of the law - at least until tolerance levels are set by the FDA.

Sep 23 14:16

First Nations in Canada and United States Sign Historic Treaty Opposing Pipelines

By Derrick Broze

On Thursday, tribes from Canada and the northern United States signed a treating declaring their opposition to future proposals for pipelines that would carry crude oil from Alberta to other locations across Canada and the United States. The tribal nations are opposed to the pipelines based on potential threats to the environment...

Sep 23 11:17

The monkeys are coming

The agritech world got a lot bigger this week when German chemical giant Bayer inked an agreement to acquire Monsanto for $66 billion in cash. The 2 companies had been bickering for months, and this was the 3rd refurbished offer. In the end, Bayer agreed to pay $128 per share, up from the company’s previous offer of $127.50. [1]

Sep 23 11:12

Wake up call — Bumble Bee just proposed for U.S. Endangered Species status

Earlier this month, mosquito eradication efforts in South Carolina, gone horribly wrong, resulted in almost total devastation to the indigenous bee populations. The pesticide used to target the

Sep 23 11:04

Burger King, Jack in the Box Among Fast Food Giants Slammed for Antibiotics in Food

By Carey Wedler

Burger King, Jack in the Box, Dunkin’ Donuts, Arby’s, and a number of other fast food companies and restaurants are failing to reduce antibiotics in their animal livestock, according to a new joint analysis conducted by leading environmental and consumers groups.

“Chain Reaction II” (pdf) was released this week by the Natural Resources Defense Council, Friends of the Earth, the Consumers Union, the Center for Food Safety, and the Food Animal Concerns Trust. The groups analyzed major fast food and restaurant brands’ use of antibiotics in meat based on survey responses from the companies.

The researchers caution that while some establishments have made progress, the heavy use of human antibiotics in animals is contributing to the serious public health risk of antibiotic resistance...

Sep 23 10:50

Monsanto Acquires Licensing Rights for “Genetically Edited” Crops

By Derrick Broze

On Thursday, Monsanto announced a new partnership with the Broad Institute, a project of MIT and Harvard that focuses on a biomedical and genomic research. The new partnership grants Monsanto non-exclusive licensing for agriculture applications of CRISPR-Cas technology for use in seed development...

Sep 23 10:36

The UN just categorized antibiotics in the food system as a crisis on par with AIDS and Ebola

For the fourth time in its history, the United Nations has elevated a health issue to crisis level.
The UN General Assembly held a high-level meeting earlier this week (Sept. 21) to address how antibiotics have become less useful when treating human illnesses caused by bacteria. In its 70 year history the General Assembly has called similar meetings to discuss HIV, the rise of non-communicable diseases such as heart disease, and Ebola.
By pushing antibiotic resistance front-and-center as a global problem, the international body has acknowledged that some of the miracles of modern medicine—including the invention of penicillin and tetracyclines—are at risk of becoming ineffective. Already the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 23,000 people die in the US each year as a direct result of antibiotic resistance. Some of those deaths were from illnesses once easily treated with the drugs, including MRSA and some E. coli infections.

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Bloody well about time!!

Sep 23 10:30

BREAKING: DR. TED NOEL REVEALS HILLARY'S MAJOR NEW PARKINSON'S HEALTH WARNINGS THAT COULD END HER

Sep 23 10:28

Thomas J. Whittaker, MD - Visual Disturbances in Parkinson's Disease

Sep 23 10:23

Pesticide Used To Control Zika Mosquitoes Causes Birth Defects And Autism

Waking Times Media

A strategic partner of Monsanto, is the manufacturer of Naled, the pesticide used in the US to control mosquitoes that spread Zika, AND the pesticide believed by some doctors to be the real cause of increasing microcephaly in infants. Both pesticides cause birth defects and increase autism risk in humans.

Sep 23 09:41

Case Studies On Intravenous Vitamin C As A Cancer Cure Could Unravel Big Pharma

he Canada Medical Association Journal has recently re-published a startling scientific paper that deserves a great deal of attention that patients, doctors, and the general public need to be aware of. Previously recorded in Riordan et al J Orthomol Med 1998: 13: 7203 and Riordan et al PR Health Sci J 2004:…

Sep 23 09:24

America’s rivers and streams are overflowing with microplastic pollution

For years, cosmetic, toothpaste, and body care product manufacturers added “microbeads,” microscopic balls of plastic, to their merchandise, touting their skin-exfoliating effects. A Congressional ban that goes into effect beginning in 2017 will put an end to the environmentally toxic practice, at least in the US.
Researchers studying America’s waterways have now discovered microbeads may be the tip of the iceberg for plastic pollution.
A study published in Environmental Science & Technology on Sept. 14 found rivers and streams in the US are full of microplastic debris. Scientists studied 29 tributaries that flow into the Great Lakes across six states and floating microplastics were found in all 107 samples collected. The trash ranged from fragments, films, foams, and pellets (most prevalent in urban areas) to tiny fibers, potentially originating from fishing line, nets, and synthetic textiles.

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Clean, free water should be a basic human right; unfortunately, what passes for "clean water" in much of the US is really a toxic compound that should be avoided like the plague.

Sep 23 08:47

Gates And Rockefeller Keep WHO And Global Vaccine Program In Back Pocket

The WHO (World Health Organization) is largely controlled by Bill Gates and the Rockefellers. Indeed, they are far and away the major donors to that organization. This knowledge is public and is even posted at websites like Wikipedia, which read: In recent years, the WHO’s work has involved increasing collaboration with…

Sep 23 08:06

WAKE UP CALL — BUMBLE BEE JUST PROPOSED FOR U.S. ENDANGERED SPECIES STATUS

Earlier this month, mosquito eradication efforts in South Carolina, gone horribly wrong, resulted in almost total devastation to the indigenous bee populations. The pesticide used to target the Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti species of mosquito, which can carry and transmit the Zika virus, killed off millions of bees. This single incident is one of many that have been laying waste to beneficial pollinators which has now led to the bumblebee’s proposed listing as an endangered species.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday proposed listing the rusty patched bumblebee, a prized but vanishing pollinator once widely found in the upper Midwest and Northeastern United States, for federal protection as an endangered species, according to Reuters.

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And additionally, the chemicals in the popular weed killer Roundup, have been shown to be a factor in bee extinction in the US:

Groundbreaking study shows that Roundup causes honeybees to starve

This product should be banned outright, but companies which make products like this are BIG contributors to political campaigns these days.

So even if the product is toxic to both humans and bees, nothing concrete is done to take it off the market.

Weed-Whacking Herbicide Proves Deadly to Human Cells

Sep 22 18:46

Barger For Trump

Trump has the biker vote!

Ralph Hubert “Sonny” Barger, a still active member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and an icon of American individualism, announced on his Facebook page yesterday that he is moving back to Oakland.

And, when he gets there he will register to vote. And, after he registers he intends to vote for Donald Trump for President in November.

However, earlier this month Barger expressed his intention to vote for Donald Trump. On August 13, Barger wrote:

“I, along with Donald Trump, believe the election process is rigged.....

Sep 22 16:22

Shield Yourself From EMF And Electromagnetic Pollution Headaches And Migraines

Electromagnetic pollution, headaches and migraines Within the last 30-50 years the earth has been become flooded with electromagnetic frequencies from cell phone use, Wi-Fi signals, microwaves, power lines, cell phone towers, computers, tablets, smart meters and many more. It is logical to assume that with all of these signals that there…

Sep 22 12:46

BOLIVIA ENDED ITS DRUG WAR BY KICKING OUT THE DEA AND LEGALIZING COCA

Coca, a mild stimulant, has been used for millennia by people in the Andes in tea and food, though it is most often chewed raw to give energy and treat ailments ranging from altitude sickness to menstruation pain. The plant is also the source material for cocaine and the target of anti-narcotics efforts across South America driven in part by the United States. From 1997 to 2004, a US-funded program seeking to eradicate coca in Bolivia by force plunged the Chapare into traumatic conflict. "They would turn up suddenly, at any time of day or night, and start interrogating us — they would hit you or kick you for no reason," the farmer says, recalling the paramilitary anti-narcotics police forces once backed by the US Drug Enforcement Administration. "We used to sleep out in the open, in the coca field, so they couldn't find us."

Sep 22 11:42

The Radioactive Sinkhole In Florida - Phosphogypsum Stacks Are Radioactive & The Government Knows This

A huge sinkhole opened up underneath a phosphogypsum stack at the Mosaic Fertilizer Plant in Mulberry, Florida. You may have also heard that the stack was holding 215 million gallons of radioactive water that was also contaminated with other lovely things such as phosphoric acid. All of this mess drained into the Floridan Aquifer. To have a better understanding of the danger this event poses, how this happens, and a bit of history behind the phosphate mining industry here in Florida you must take the time to watch this video, and to watch the full interview I did with author Gary Pittman about this very subject. Gary worked for Occidental Chemical Corporation for 21 years working his way up to the position of Mining Supervisor. Using his expertise and years of experience Gary gives the listener a detailed yet easy to understand lesson in the phosphate mining industry. Take the time to watch, listen, and learn.

Sep 22 10:30

Scientists Find Fruit In Australia Capable Of Killing Cancer, Mainstream Media Stays Silent

By Amanda Froelich

“The compound works by three ways essentially: it kills the tumour cells directly, it cuts off the blood supply and it also activates the body’s own immune system to clean up the mess that’s left behind.”

Already, 1 in 2 people is expected to develop cancer in their lifetimes. That’s 50% of all humans on Earth. If a potential cure was found, one would expect to see it broadcasted on every mainstream media site, correct? Unfortunately, that’s not the world we live in. Regardless, this recent discovery is worth knowing about and passing along to others...

Sep 22 09:31

Hillary refuses to take neurocognitive test

Hillary Clinton won’t be taking a neurocognitive test, and releasing the results to the public — telling a reporter “there’s no need for that,” even after collapsing as she was leaving a 9/11 memorial event last week in Manhattan.

Clinton made the comment, suggesting she will not be releasing any further medical information this presidential campaign, in an interview Wednesday with Florida’s WFTS ABC Action News.

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Sep 22 09:21

Leading Tea Brands Contain Illegal Levels Of Dangerous Pesticides

By Whitney Webb

For many people, tea is the ultimate healthy drink of choice. Herbal teas have been enjoyed around the world for thousands of years for their pleasant taste and aroma as well as for their healing properties. However, some tea brands, including many of the best-selling teas in the US, may not be as healthy as they’d like you to believe. Many of the herbs used in teas are allowed to have significantly higher pesticide levels than fruits and vegetables, sometimes 100% more. This may mean that your tea-drinking habit may be giving you health problems instead of helping them...

Sep 22 09:02

Enormous Green Hub Market to Offer Relief from Notorious NYC Food Desert

By Chris “Kikila” Perrin

...Not just a ghetto housing the victims of dispossession and redistributive economic policy, the South Bronx is soon to become a major intersection for food, linking inner-city families to up-state farmers on a scale that has never before been realized...

Sep 22 08:45

Now You Can Find Out If YOUR Doctor Is Being Bribed by Big Pharma

Pharmaceutical companies spend billions of dollars to influence, “educate,” and entertain doctors around the world.1

According to ProPublica’s “Dollars for Docs” website, which you can use to find out if your doctor accepts money from the drug industry, 1,630 companies have made payments to more than 681,000 doctors, totaling more than $3.5 billion.2

You can also find out if your doctor receives payments from Big Pharma by visiting OpenPaymentsData.CMS.gov. This site has tallied nearly $6.5 billion in payments since 2013.3

Drug companies have long tried to influence doctors’ prescribing habits by paying them for research activities, speaking and other “consulting,” or offering gifts of free meals and travel. However, it hasn’t always been possible to find out what gifts your own doctor might be accepting.

Sep 22 07:57

US Intelligence Officer: “Every Single Terrorist Attack In US Was a False Flag Attack”

Apart from documents that have outlined supposed terrorist threats, like Al-Qaeda, and their connection to US intelligence agencies, like the CIA, there are a number of whistleblowers that have come out adding more fuel to the fire.

The latest whistleblower is David Steele, a 20-year Marine Corps intelligence officer, and the second-highest-ranking civilian in the U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence. He is a former CIA clandestine services case officer, and this is what he had to say.........

Sep 21 17:27

Self-Driving Cars: Another Control Mechanism For Our Lives?

Technology is the driving force in business, industry and the surveillance-control spectrum of what’s becoming an apparent totalitarian-type of society couched in – and implemented – under the guise of ‘smart technology’. Besides microwave energy tech devices that now are capable of opening or closing our front doors while we are…

Sep 21 12:49

Trump: Clinton 'chief emissary for globalism'

Donald Trump on Tuesday evening slammed his Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton, calling her the "chief emissary for globalism."

"I'm not running to be president of the world, I'm running to be president of the United States," Trump said during a rally in Kenansville, N.C. "Hillary Clinton is the vessel for all of the global, special interests seeking to run our government and our lives."

Trump argued that unlike him, Clinton fails to prioritize the needs of U.S. citizens, specifically on issues like trade and immigration.

Sep 21 10:41

Why We Are Losing Americans To Prescription Medications?

In 2014, The National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that 25,760 people lost their lives to prescription drugs that year. This marks a nearly three-fold increase in just 13 years. Of these deaths, 6,867 were the caused by either anti-depressants, barbiturates or benzodiazepines. The overwhelming majority were related to the use of opioid pain relievers – which were involved in deaths 3.4 times more than they were in 2001.

Sep 21 09:49

FLASHBACK - Iraqi Soldiers Fighting ISIS Bombed by “Errant” U.S. Airstrike

On the front lines of the battle against the Islamic State, suspicion of the United States runs deep. Iraqi fighters say they have all seen the videos purportedly showing U.S. helicopters airdropping weapons to the militants, and many claim they have friends and relatives who have witnessed similar instances of collusion.

“At first we thought it was something fired by Daesh,” said one army solider, his uniform covered in blood from carrying the injured. Daesh is an Arabic term for the Islamic State. “The explosion was very big. We ran. I saw many dead bodies. I saw that one of my friends had lost a leg.”

However, in addition to the death toll, the injured officer also disputed the official version of events. “We were moving forward and Daesh were retreating, when suddenly the bombing took place on the forces that were behind us,” he said. “It was meant to be a secure area.

Sep 21 09:30

This Shungite Plate On Your Phone Will Absorb Harmful EMF Radiation

Electromagnetism is an interaction between electrically charged particles. Everything in the natural world produces an electromagnetic field, including the human body. But in this modern age, we are also exposed to unnatural EMF’s that are emitted from various man-made devices, from handheld electronics, to power lines, to microwaves. While…

Sep 21 09:11

US Destroying Syria’s Oil Infrastructure Under Guise of Fighting ISIS

The US is considering bombing pipelines in Syria, which it claims is in an attempt to cut off the huge profits being made by ISIS from captured oilfields.

The Independent quotes Julieta Valls Noyes, the deputy assistant secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs during a visit to London, that ISIS was making $2 million a day off oil sales and that the US would consider airstrikes as well as “kinetic strikes against some pipelines” and “actual physical action to stop the flow”.

The trouble with this justification for destroying Syria’s oil pipelines, is that ISIS does not have the capability to use the pipelines to transfer oil. ISIS transports the stolen oil on the back of trucks, and sells it on the black market in Turkey.

Sep 21 09:09

US Bill Seeks First Native American Land Grab in 100 Years

Two U.S. congresspeople will propose in the coming weeks a bill that would see thousands of acres of Indigenous lands turned into oil drilling zones.

Sep 21 09:05

Why Is The U.S. Silently Bombing Syria's Electricity Network?

Of course the US would never bomb anything and not take responsiblity for it.

Both sides will have some electricity and the civilian as well as fighters on both side will be better off than without electricity. No side has a motive to destroy that plant.

But last night the U.S. coalition bombed the Aleppo thermal power plant and destroyed parts of it:

A military source told SANA that warplanes of the Washington alliance violated Syrian airspace and attacked civilian infrastructure in Mare’a, Tal Sha’er, and al-Bab in Aleppo countryside on Sunday.
The source added that the warplanes attacked the biggest electric power plant that feeds Aleppo city, which resulted in cutting off power from most neighborhoods in Aleppo city.

Sep 21 08:50

Bayer may rebrand Monsanto to 'get beyond the reputation thing'

German pharmaceuticals giant Bayer, which last week agreed to acquire GMO maker Monsanto, may get rid of the US company’s brand name to improve the firm's reputation.

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A GMO Rose by any other name ...

Sep 21 08:02

Dangerous levels of cancer-causing toxin that Erin Brockovich fought against is found in tap water drunk by 218 MILLION Americans

Dangerous levels of the carcinogenic chemical chromium-6 can be found in the tap water drunk by 218 million Americans, a new report has revealed.

The toxic chemical was brought into the spotlight by Erin Brockovich when she fought a power company accused of leaking the chemical into tap water supplies in California.
On Monday, figures released by the Environmental Working Group showed 50 states are exposed to unsafe levels of chromium-6 or hexavalent chromium.

Sep 20 21:38

Twenty-six Things About the Islamic State (ISIS-ISIL-Daesh) that Obama Does Not Want You to Know About

Recent developments confirm what is known and documented: Washington is behind the Islamic State (ISIS-ISIL-Daesh) and at the same time it is behind the moderate Al Qaeda terrorists, which the Obama administration is supporting as part of America’s alleged campaign against the Islamic State (ISIS). And they expect us to believe that they are committed to waging a campaign against terrorists.

Obama is protecting both Al Qaeda and ISIS-ISIL-Daesh.

The US Airforce is acting on behalf of the terrorists.

Sep 20 19:30

The World’s Food Seeds are Going Extinct, but You Can Help

Waking Times

Seeds are absolutely vital to life on earth, but once a crop has gone extinct there is no way to revive it. In the last century alone, the world has lost at least 93% of all seed types, which had been cultivated by individual farmers around the globe for millennia providing a robust array of nutrition and sustenance.

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