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Feb 19, 2013
Fourth Amendment protester may win wrongful detainment lawsuit against feds
A man who used a marker to write an abbreviated version of the Fourth Amendment on his chest and abdomen, then stripped to his skivvies at an airport security screening area, won't be jailed for the incident. In fact, he may even receive hundreds of thousands of dollars....[full story]
Feb 6, 2013
Follow up of our online open letter to the Minister of Health and the Deputy Minister of Health dated December 28, 2012
  On December 28, 2012, we submitted an open online letter on behalf of Friends of Freedom International [FOFI], the Canadian Coalition for Health Freedom [CCHF] and Trueman Tuck, Managing Director & Paralegal Counsel to launch our Reform the Health Canada Abusive Internal Culture for the start of the new session of Parliament in 2013...[full story]
Feb 5, 2013
Survey: Vaccinated children five times more prone to disease than unvaccinated children
An ongoing study out of Germany comparing disease rates among vaccinated and unvaccinated children points to a pretty clear disparity between the two groups as far as illness rates are concerned. As reported by the group Health Freedom Alliance, children who have been vaccinated according to official government schedules are up to five times more likely to contract a preventable disease than children who developed their own immune systems naturally without vaccines....[full story]
Feb 5, 2013
Shocking Revelation: US Health Care System Wastes More Money than the Entire Pentagon Budget Annually
A review of U.S. healthcare expenses by the Institutes of Medicine1 has revealed that 30 cents of every dollar spent on medical care is wasted, adding up to $750 billion annually....[full story]
Feb 5, 2013
128 million Americans now on government assistance: the takers nearly outnumber the producers
Politicians spin, dodge and lie their way around "inconvenient truths," so to speak, but it is hard to explain away cold, hard facts and raw numbers - though they still try....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
A New Era For Prostate Cancer Care
I am completely mystified by the fact that one of the world's most influential business men, Warren Buffet, has agreed to get radiation treatment for localised prostate cancer....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
The Canadian Man Charged for Defending Himself
CCF supporters probably remember the case of Ian Thomson, the man in southern Ontario who awoke one morning in August, 2010 to find intruders firebombing his house. As an experienced firearms instructor, Thomson knew what to do: he got his gun out of the safe where it was stored and scared the men off his property by firing over their heads...[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
Obama Admin. Fails to Prosecute Banking Fraud to 'Save the System'
Lanny Breuer, who's head of the Criminal Justice Division at the Justice Department, has announced he's stepping down. According to The Washington Post, quote, Breuer is widely credited with aggressively going after white-collar crime in the aftermath of the crisis...[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
Feb 4, 2013
Creative Finance: Leaving Felons in Charge of the Banks
PAUL JAY, SENIOR EDITOR, TRNN: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Paul Jay. And welcome to this week's edition of The Black Financial and Fraud Report with Bill Black, who joins us now from Kansas City, Missouri, where he teaches economics and law at the University of Missouri–Kansas City. He's a white-collar criminologist, a former financial regulator, and author of the book The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
Twitter turning over huge amounts of user data to U.S. government
Social networking giant Twitter has released a new report outlining all subpoenaed, court ordered, and search warranted requests made by the U.S. government for private information about the site's users throughout the past year. And based on the figures, not only is the overall number of such requests steadily expanding, but Twitter is also increasingly being coerced into releasing this confidential data without legitimate probable cause or warrant....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
Vicodin leaves trail of dead patients in its wake
A federal advisory panel whose purpose it is to guide the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in establishing drug labeling and marketing policy has urged the agency to step up its labeling requirements for the popular painkiller Vicodin (hydrocodone) following a trail of dead patients. According to the Los Angeles Times (LAT), the panel voted 19-10 recently to recommend that the FDA reclassify hydrocodone combination drugs as Schedule II narcotics, which would put them in the same strict category as OxyContin (oxycodone) and other widely abused prescription drugs....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
The idea of adding fluoride to drinking water is decades old - Windsor, Ontario, Canada decides to end that now
Despite strong opinions on both sides, Windsor, a city in Ontario, Canada, joins other municipalities, namely Lakeshore, Tecumseh, Amherstburg, Calgary and Waterloo, to end fluoridation, according to a Jan 28, 2013 report by Doug Schmidt in The Windsor Star....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
New trial ordered for gun family
A judge has ruled that, after a year and a half behind bars, Rick and Ryin Reese could be released on bail. And he followed up that order with a decision that the Reeses’ original trial was tainted and that a new trial should be granted....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
ISA virus contaminated salmon now for sale
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has decided that ISA virus contaminated feedlot salmon can be grown-out in the ocean and sold to Canadians....[full story]
Feb 4, 2013
“Prior financial dealings with the United States proved that America would not be penetrated easily. The original founders of the United States Constitution had masterfully erected individual, separate institutions to guard against an assault. These independent institutions made it difficult for an enemy to attach their mechanical linkages and frail bridges that were designed to weaken a country's structure and force its collapse. The only recourse was to directly confront the United States Constitution and dismantle it piece by piece....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
Threats to Your Water Supply Abound -- The Devastating Impact of Fertilizers, Fracking, and Water-Hungry GMO’s
Polluted drinking water is a significant health threat that is sorely underreported and oft-ignored. A recent article in the Star Tribune1 highlights the very real struggle to access clean drinking water right here in the United States....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
Michael Savage: Don't trust feds on flu shot
Asking listeners to put aside his political orientation for a moment, talk-radio host Michael Savage questioned the federal government’s recommendation that citizens get a flu shot....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
GMOs: We need to go way beyond labeling to keep any healthy food
Labeling GMO foods is a good idea. But on the way to getting that accomplished, what will our food supply and topsoil be like? It's likely by the time enough consumers catch on, it will be too late for a consumer boycott "tipping point" that's supposed to bring the evil giant Monsanto to it's knees....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
Americans Have Worse Health Than People in Other High-Income Countries
On average, Americans die sooner and experience higher rates of disease and injury than people in other high-income countries, says a new report from the National Research Council and Institute of Medicine.The report finds that this health disadvantage exists at all ages from birth to age 75 and that even advantaged Americans -- those who have health insurance, college educations, higher incomes, and healthy behaviors -- appear to be sicker than their peers in other rich nations....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
How to treat respiratory tract infections with everyday foods and spices
It is almost the peak of the winter season here in the Northern Hemisphere, which means coughs, colds, influenza, and various other respiratory ailments are on the rise. Such conditions are typically the result of poor diet, low immunity, and lack of natural sunlight exposure, among other things, but developing them does not have to be inevitable, especially if you take the proper preventive steps now to avoid them. Here are eight foods and spices to help keep you free of respiratory tract infections during these cold, winter months:...[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
Will Fast Food Be The Death Of Us?
Back in 2012, I referred to the UK's obesity crisis as Britain's silent epidemic. However, if you look at what is happening globally, then this epidemic has turned into a global pandemic... and it certainly is not that silent anymore. In fact, it is screaming at us on every street, in every restaurant, school, office, neighbourhood and almost every home....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
Top 25 healthy muscle building foods
So many of us are concerned with staying trim and fit by eating right and doing cardiovascular workouts that we overlook the importance of building and maintaining muscle mass through diet and exercise. Having a lean and muscular physique provides many benefits. One of the most important is that muscle tissue burns through calories, even while at rest. This in turn increases the metabolism and boosts energy levels all day long, while keeping the body trim. Muscles also help burn the fat stores in the areas around them. This is why simple muscle building exercises like squats and pushups are just as important for fat loss as cardiovascular exercises....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
Aspirin Use Linked to Macular Degeneration
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the deterioration of your macula (the region in your eye that controls acute vision), which typically occurs later in life....[full story]
Jan 18, 2013
BMJ Demands All Trial Results Be Published
In the last few months, many doctors and others who work in mainstream medicine have been putting pressure on academics and pharmaceutical companies to release the full results of clinical trials. ...[full story]