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Jan 08 21:48

G. Edward Griffin Warns Against Oregon Standoff: "If continued on this course, a bloodbath is assured."

G. Edward Griffin, the author of the Creature From Jekyll Island, offers some analysis and criticism of the Oregon standoff, explaining that it is distinctly different from the situation in Nevada with the Bundys a few years ago. Griffin notes that "The protestors (not the Hammonds) were the ones who initiated physical force by breaking into the wildlife facility and occupying the property" and that "This leaves no possible resolution other than a test of military strength. If continued on this course, a bloodbath is assured."

Jan 08 21:25

Bill Clinton Avoids Reporter’s Question About Reemergence Of Juanita Broaddrick [VIDEO]

Clinton was campaigning for his wife, Hillary Clinton, in Cedar Rapids.
“What’s your reaction to Juanita Broaddrick’s reemergence?” Daily Caller reporter Kerry Picket asked the former president several times, as Clinton was ushered out of the event.

Jan 08 20:20

Mercury Found In California’s Fog Could Harm The Food Chain

Every Californian has observed the Golden Gate Bridge disappear in a ‘cloud’ of fog, and though this is normally just a nuisance for passing ships, or a hindrance of the view from the Alamo Square, researchers have found alarming levels of mercury in the fog which could harm the ecosystem and human health.

Most of us know about avoiding mercury in fish due to health concerns, but the mercury in question here isn’t the same – it’s called monomethylmercury. In high enough levels, it can cause birth defects, kidney failure, and neurological impairment. Mercury compounds accumulate very easily in animals and humans, too, causing further health issues. This particular type of mercury is also one of the strongest known neurotoxins.

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So far the levels of mercury detected in California’s fog are reportedly not high enough to affect humans adversely, but they can harm smaller animals in the food chain.

Jan 08 19:46

Redesigning Civilization -- with Permaculture


Modern agriculture, industry and finance all extract more than they give back, and the Earth is starting to show the strain. How did we get in this mess and what can we do to help our culture get back on track? The ecological design approach known as permaculture offers powerful tools for the design of regenerative, fair ways to provide food, energy, livelihood, and other needs while letting humans share the planet with the rest of nature. This presentation will give you insight into why our culture has become fundamentally unsustainable, and offers ecologically based solutions that can help create a just and sustainable society. This is the sequel to Toby's popular talk, "How Permaculture Can Save Humanity and The Planet, but not Civilization."

A related article is at http://tobyhemenway.com/697-the-last-nomads-and-the-culture-of-fear/

Jan 08 19:36

The Surprising Reason Why Canadians Are Literally Cutting Their Money in Half

It was reported last week that Canadian citizens have been cutting their official government money in half and using it as a localized alternative currency. The currency is called “Demi,” which means “half” in french. The Demi currency is being used specifically in the Gaspesie region of northern Quebec and is actually accepted by a number of local businesses.

The founders of the currency have specified that the half dollar notes are worth half of whatever value the original note was intended to be. For example, half of a $10 bill is worth $5, while half of a $20 bill is worth $10.

The idea for the Demi formed from a conversation that Gaspesie resident Martin Zibeau had with his friends who came from areas of Europe where alternative currencies were being used in place of the Euro.

Jan 08 19:10

Why would you trust a teen to raise a kid, but not to have an abortion? Laws that restrict teenagers’ access to abortion services make no logical sense. It’s time to repeal them all.

Dealing with an unplanned and unwanted pregnancy is a difficult experience for anyone. But for teenagers, who have to juggle increasing, and increasingly complicated, financial and legal barriers to abortion access, “difficult” becomes nearly impossible. And it shouldn’t be.

Jan 08 19:09

Hillary Clinton Made More in 12 Speeches to Big Banks Than Most of Us Earn in a Lifetime

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders this week assailed rivalHillary Clinton for taking large speaking fees from the financial industry since leaving the State Department.

Jan 08 19:03

More Marine Heroes - Flashback

In view of the recent arrest of a U.S. Marine for murder of college student Sara Mutschlechner in Texas, we must remind ourselves of the saying "a few bad apples, etc."

Jan 08 18:58

Campbell’s Is The First Big Food Company To Disclose GMO Ingredients On Label

You spoke and Campbell’s food company listened. Previously, Campbell’s unveiled plans to run toward the health-conscious organic and non-GMO market dollar. Now, they have dropped one of the biggest publicity bombs ever by announcing their intention to voluntarily label their GMO ingredients.

Jan 08 18:57

Backyard ‘Granny Pods’ Are The Perfect Solution For Aging Elders And Their Families

Will nursing homes soon become a thing of the past? When a beloved member of the family reaches an age they can no longer thrive living on their own, it becomes a family’s worst nightmare to decide their fate. Should they send them to a nursing home where they are guaranteed to…

Jan 08 18:56

40 Million Pounds Of Hemp Will Be Produced In North Carolina

The use of hemp has the potential to have an extremely positive impact on many industries in the United States. The federal government, for many years, has made it impossible...

Jan 08 18:54

Increasing Calls For Arrest Of Michigan Governor As Poisoned Water Scandal Explodes

“To poison all the children in an historic American city (Flint, Michigan) is no small feat.”

Jan 08 18:31

Ian Chappell wants world cricket ban on Chris Gayle for Mel McLaughlin interview

The hysteria created over Galye telling the reporter she had beautiful eyes and asking her out for a drink before saying “don’t blush, baby” as seen in the video below has been unbelievable.
Every femo-fascist with a keyboard wants him exiled. While the Femen rant on about "sexism" there not one word on racism. Gayle looks Aboriginal and the majority of Australians have a low opinion of the native people and Muslims.They think Wahabi is a vegetable.

Political correctness in Australia is out of control.

David Icke has just been denied a Visa as have numerous others.

Jan 08 18:21

BDS in the Crosshairs - An Analysis by Dr. Lawrence Davidson

Advocating and practicing BDS can be seen as a constitutionally protected right. It certainly is more obviously protected by the First Amendment’s guarantee of free speech than is the use of money to buy elections. Thus, if Zionist lobbyists can use money to buy support for Israel, why can’t anti-Zionists use their free speech rights to challenge that support?

Jan 08 18:18

NYT OpEd: Trump is a Lot Like George Wallace and He is Not Going to Become President

Hmmm, should we be reading between the lines?

Jan 08 17:02

RAF jets may head for Japan as UK seeks Asia influence

It seems there is conflicted governance in the bankrupt little island called England. The Empire wants the UK in the China Sea aggravating China while at the same time the Banksters of London want to get their blood funnel into the money pool of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
So while "Defense" is threatening China the Banksters will be here.

Chinese top leaders to attend AIIB opening activities

Jan 08 16:44

State officials, Wall Street target Detroit schools for bankruptcy restructuring

The Detroit News revealed this week that Detroit Public Schools (DPS) debt payments will balloon from $6.6 million to $26.8 million a month this year, essentially bankrupting the largest public school district in Michigan. These new payment levels, to begin in February, will cause the district to run out of money by April 2016.

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