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May 16 09:27

Mom Faces Down SWAT Team and MRAP for Refusing to Give Daughter Deadly Antipsychotic Drug

By Matt Agorist

Suicide, birth defects, heart problems, hostility, violence, aggression, hallucinations, self-harm, delusional thinking, homicidal ideation, and death are just a few of the side effects caused by psychiatric medication...

Last week, a Detroit mother, Maryanne Godboldo, was the subject of her 5th appeal by the prosecutor’s office for the ‘crime’ of preventing her child from being forced to take a psychiatric medicine...

May 16 09:19

Bernie Sanders Vs. Katie Couric

Bernie has a very funny message to deliver to Hillary...


May 16 09:09

Bill Clinton Paid $1.5 Million After Hillary's Sweetheart Deal

The Clinton Foundation, UBS Bank And Hillary's Sweetheart Deal

More corruption uncovered at the Clinton Foundation, and this amounts to unadulterated bribery.

Check out the Hillary photo in the story...


May 16 09:03

U.S. Social Security Administration: "You're dead". Nebraska man: "No, I'm not"

When his monthly pension check showed up in his account on March 1, Chuck Zellers was in Arizona.
And he was still in Arizona three weeks later, when he checked his account again and the check had disappeared, something that had never before happened.

May 16 09:03

The F-35 Stealth Fighter's Dirty Little Secret Is Now Out in the Open

The Joint Strike Fighter program is not developing one, common warplane for the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps and the air arms of America’s closest allies.

No, the Joint Strike Fighter is actually three different plane designs sharing a basic cockpit, engine and software and a logistical network. The Air Force’s F-35A, the Marines’ F-35B and the Navy’s F-35C should, in all fairness, be the F-35, F-36 and F-37.

“Despite aspirations for a joint aircraft, the F-35A, F-35B and F-35C are essentially three distinct aircraft, with significantly different missions and capability requirements,” the Senate stated in its version of the National Defense Authorization Act for 2017.

May 16 09:03

Seven years ago, Richmond started paying its criminals to not commit crimes. So is it working, or not?

The odds were good that Lonnie Holmes, 21, would be the next person to kill or be killed in this working-class suburb north of San Francisco.

May 16 09:02

Study Reveals Tylenol Can Hinder Your Ability to Feel Empathy

Tylenol, the over the counter pain relieving drug that is a staple in America’s medicine cabinets, has had a pretty rough month. In April a study found that acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, can actually impair brain function. Taking the recommended dose of the drug can make you more likely to miss errors and make mistakes.

Now a new study published on May 5th revealed that acetaminophen can also hinder your ability to feel empathy for others.

May 16 09:02

Smartphones = Bad Parenting

May 16 09:01

Budget Cuts Force Half of Air Force Bombers to Be Grounded

While the US military was busy spending hundreds of billions of dollars developing the barely flyable F-35, they seem to have neglected their fleet of aging aircraft and overworked maintenance crews. According to a recent investigation from Fox News, more than half of the B-1 bombers at one air base can’t fly, and other squadrons are in desperate need of parts. Some maintenance crews have even been forced to scavenge for parts from aircraft housed in museums. After years of constant deployments coupled with recent budget cuts, America’s air power is crumbling.

May 16 09:00

Atlanta Police Force Children Into Creepy Truancy Van

Apparently the police in Atlanta, Georgia are incapable of self-awareness. They’ve been enforcing truancy laws in the creepiest way imaginable: By driving around in white vans, and ordering kids to get inside without offering any explanation.

May 16 08:59

"OOPS": Shell Just Dumped 90,000 Gallons of Oil into the Gulf of Mexico

A Shell Oil subsea wellhead just dumped the equivalent about about 2,100 barrels of oil into the Gulf.

Add this to whatever’s still floating around in there from the disastrous BP oil spill.

May 16 08:56

Remote Village Employs Solar Power to Reach Where National Grid Cannot

By Brian Berletic

Solar power systems allow electricity to be produced virtually anywhere the sun’s rays reach whether it is in space or in a remote island village otherwise disconnected from national power grids. With costs dropping and the capability of these systems rising, along with an ever-growing community of people able to design and set up solar-powered systems, it can reach out and light up places technically, economically, and even politically where other sources of power cannot.

A remote village on the Thai island of Phuket has been in energy limbo for quite some time...

May 16 08:53

WATCH : Disgraceful Anderson Cooper Lies About Bill’s Rape Victims to Protect Hillary

Watch Anderson Cooper outright lie to protect the Clinton crime family – exposed in this video. He claims CNN has never covered a story about Bill’s rape victims which is completely false. Every since it’s been clear that the general election will be Trump vs. Hillary, the coverage at CNN has gotten progressively more biased to the point it’s becoming ridiculous.

May 16 08:52

"Seven Dead Babies a Day": Economic Collapse Has Turned Venezuelan Hospitals into the Worst Horror Film You Can Imagine

Here's how well socialism works.

Because there's no money for supplies like clean linens, soap, toilet paper, medical supplies like disposable gloves or even basics like a clean sheet of paper, let alone medicines such as intravenous solutions and antibiotics, and because the country is suffering rolling blackouts and money-saving government-imposed "holidays" that only leave people with two days of reliable electricity a week, the ill and wounded including newborn babies are dying left and right in Venezuela's crippled hospitals.

Here are just a few of the horrifying highlights.

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May 16 08:52

From Shame To Pride: My Mexican Immigrant Parents

When I first applied to UCLA, I wrote in my personal essay that I didn’t have any positive role models in my violent neighborhood.

Having grown up in East Los Angeles’ Ramona Gardens housing project, I wrote that most of the adults represented gang members, drug dealers, thieves, tecatos (heroin addicts), alcoholics, felons and high school dropouts (or push-outs). I also wrote about my disdain for housing authority officials and government workers for behaving like prison wardens and guards toward us: project residents who depended on government aid or welfare.

May 16 08:47

Trump Is Right On The Federal Debt

God help Donald Trump’s critics. The paroxysms they have after the mogul–turned–GOP nominee’s policy pronouncements can’t be good for their health.

The latest is a real hoot. For dealing with our enormous national debt, Trump wants to do what he does best: negotiate with creditors. How so? By pressuring bondholders to accept a haircut on their payments. And if they don’t like the terms? Well, they’ll get their money by hook or by crook.

May 16 08:44

Breaking: Republicans SUING Over Illegal Executive Order!

In the state of Virginia, no one is more of a Clinton-insider than Governor Terry McAuliffe. To help his long-time friend Hillary Clinton, McAuliffe used an executive order to give more than 200,000 criminal felons the right to vote in November.

GOP lawmakers argue the governor has overstepped his constitutional authority with a clear political ploy designed to help his friend and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton get votes in the important swing state of Virginia this fall.

May 16 08:44

Origami Robot Heralds New Possibilities and Concerns For Ingestible Medicine

By Jason Erickson

Ingestible medicine continues to be a controversial, but quickly arriving technology. A recent video shows a product of researchers at MIT, the University of Sheffield, and the Tokyo Institute of Technology – a tiny origami robot that can unfold itself from a swallowed capsule and, steered by external magnetic fields, crawl across the stomach wall to remove a swallowed button battery or patch a wound...

May 16 08:36

The Fairest, Kindest Tax Reform

Thirty years have passed since America’s last major tax reform, and any attempt at an encore will face huge policy and political hurdles. That was the blunt overview from Jason Furman, chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisors, in a speech early this year.

May 16 08:34

U.S Navy Finally Takes Control Of Its Overpriced $4 Billion Warship

By Nicholas West

United States military spending continues to prove its staggering mismanagement as multi-billion dollar contracts are issued and high-tech products are finalized; while cost-overruns, program shutdowns, and outright tech failures continue to be documented...

May 16 08:32

Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution forbids office holders from accepting anything of value from a foreign state, yet husband Bill Clinton collected $1 million from the Abu Dhabi government while Hillary was secretary of state.

Bill Clinton spoke at the Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative (AGEDI) on December 13, 2011 and received a speaking fee of $500,000. The AGEDI is a program funded by the Abu Dhabi government, so the source of the funds was the government itself. Although the fee was paid to Bill, Hillary equally benefited from the payment. In effect, she accepted money from a foreign state.