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Nov 27, 2012
Exposed! Criminal acts of anti-gun mayors
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2006 organized Mayors Against Illegal Guns to enhance gun restrictions on citizens city by city....[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
Now Big Brother is REALLY watching you
In a government-sponsored research project eerily reminiscent of the 2002 film “Minority Report,” the Army’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has partnered with Carnegie-Mellon University to create “an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can watch and predict what a person will likely do in the future.”...[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
Student expelled for refusing spychip
A student in a Texas school district has been told she is to be expelled for refusing to wear a student ID badge that essentially places her in an “electronic concentration camp.”...[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
Magnesium reduces the risk of colon and pancreatic cancers in latest studies
The role of magnesium in cancer is quickly gaining interest among researchers because of recent studies showing protective effects against multiple cancers. The most recent studies have shown that every additional 100 mg of magnesium daily may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer by 12 percent, and of pancreatic cancer by 21 percent....[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
Massive riots strike Spain, EU as citizens violently protest austerity measures
Economic conditions are continuing to unravel in the so-called eurozone, where proposed austerity measures have sparked new waves of rioting and civil unrest throughout Spain, the fourth largest economy in the European Union (EU). According to multiple news reports compiled by the InvestmentWatch blog, more than 140 people have already been arrested, and at least 74 injured, in recent days after mass protests broke out in numerous cities across Spain, which quickly spread northward and eastward into other EU countries....[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
GMOs plus Obamacare: your ticket to slavery
At this late date, there are still people who don't see the consequences of Obamacare. They cling to the notion that it's simply a wonderful system that will allow more people to get vital medical care. That's all they see or want to see....[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
Medical evidence shows that pregnant mothers exposed to mercury in vaccines are more likely to have children with ADHD
The truth is finally starting to come out, at least in a roundabout way, concerning the dangers of mercury exposure during pregnancy, including mercury exposure resulting from vaccinations. New research published in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine reveals that even low-level mercury exposure during pregnancy can cause children to develop attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and other similar hyperactive and behavioral conditions....[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
OUR CHILDREN: THE DRONES
This was written in 1984 and is reprinted with permission of the author. With taxpayers’ money through a National Science Foundation grant, in 1968 Richard I. Evans wrote B.F. Skinner: The Man and His Ideas. The philosophy stated in this book should be of critical interest to all people that are interested in education and value the individual. Following are some direct quotes from Skinner included in Evans’s book: ...[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST HEALTH CANADA
On Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at 10 am (Eastern Time) The Rocco Galati Law Firm, (Suite 203, 637 College Street, Toronto, Canada) will hold a MEDIA NEWS CONFERENCE regarding a Class Action Lawsuit that was recently filed, on the behalf of their clients, against Health Canada....[full story]
Nov 27, 2012
Huge win for freedom of speech in Canada
We don't hear much about civil rights violations in uber-socialist Canada, but every now and then the leaders and institutions of our frosty neighbor to the north (like the elected leaders of our own country) tend to forget that, at their core, human beings trend towards liberty and freedom over state-mandated oppression....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Astaxanthin for Heart Health and Chronic Pain
I first met Dr. Robert Corish last year, at the annual Natural Health Expo West in Los Angeles....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Are You Making These Sunshine Mistakes?
While discussions about the health benefits from sun exposure typically center around vitamin D, which your skin produces in response to UVB rays, UVB exposure actually has a number of other health effects unrelated to vitamin D production – whether it's from the sun or a safe tanning bed....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Why Exercise Should Be Part of Standard Cancer Care
Mounting evidence shows that exercise can not only help cancer patients get well but also help keep their cancer from recurring. Yet, few oncologists tell their patients to engage in exercise beyond their simple daily, normal activities....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Once when we were free
 We're so much more sensible now. We don't live our lives as much as we arrange them and organize them. B follows A. D follows C. We take our medicine and our shots because the doctor says so....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Avoid GMOs in gluten-free baked goods this holiday season with these tips
With the holiday baking season just around the corner, ingredients that are free of harmful substances and GMOs are an important consideration. After all, poisoning friends and family is not exactly the model of holiday cheer. For those avoiding gluten, attention is turned to an array of gluten-free flour blends and mixes. The average consumer believes they are doing a good thing for health by avoiding gluten, but a more insidious toxin is often lurking beneath the surface in the form of GMOs. Safe and nutritious alternatives are available -- four exceptional flours share the spotlight for worry-free baking this holiday season and beyond....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Colorado healthcare workers to be fired if they refuse mandatory flu shots
The noose is rapidly closing in on the collective neck of health freedom in America, as illustrated by a new state mandate in Colorado that unconstitutionally forces hospital employees to submit to flu vaccinations or else lose their jobs. As reported by CBS 4 News in Denver, workers at hospitals across the state no longer have the option to choose for themselves whether or not to get jabbed with the untested annual flu vaccine -- their only choice in the matter is to either take the shot by the end of the year or else get fired....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Child interrogated, suspended from public school for having kombucha tea in lunchbox
A Southern California mother was shocked to learn recently that her elementary-age son was pulled out of school, interrogated by police, and threatened with five days of suspension for bringing into the school's cafeteria the kombucha tea she packed for him in his lunch box. Sarah Pope of the Healthy Home Economist reports that the young boy was ultimately vindicated of his non-crime of bringing kombucha to school, but only after the boy's mother contacted Pope to explain the issue, which she brought attention to recently on her blog....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Common backyard weed may curb cancer risk
Found almost everywhere, peppergrass is a familiar plant that many consider an undesirable weed. Who would have thought a backyard 'pest' could potentially prevent cancer? And that is not the only disease deterred by peppergrass -- it has broad spectrum healing qualities for a variety of ailments. Better yet, it's free....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Goodbye Internet freedom: ISPs to start LEGALLY spying on Internet traffic
The most recent assault is coming from the nation's largest telecom companies, who are preparing to introduce a long-anticipated "six strikes" plan that will restrict Internet access for repeat offenders of copyright crimes, with one of the proposal's staunchest backers saying such sanctions will begin later this year....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Americans eat more than their body weight in GMOs every year, study shows
The consumer advocacy organization Environmental Working Group (EWG) has put out a new paper that estimates the average person's yearly consumption of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). And based on the figures, which EWG admits are very likely understated, the average person consumes more than their own body weight's worth of GMOs every single year, a shocking reality with unknown, long-term health consequences....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Monsanto tries to criminalize saving seeds, drags farmer into court
As if its costly genetic tampering with the whole natural world weren't brazen enough, Monsanto continues to bully and intimidate farmers across the United States, hoping this time to push its agenda through the highest court in the justice system....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Scientists 'confident' they have effective vegetable-based treatment for breast cancer
Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is one of the most aggressive and deadly forms of breast cancer. It is harder to detect, grows the fastest, spreads earlier to other parts of the body and recurs more often. What's more, the arsenal of drugs and chemicals currently used by mainstream medicine to treat TNBC are so toxic that patients often can't tolerate the treatment -- and chemotherapy is often ineffective anyway....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Vitamin D insufficiency promotes chronic disease and increases risk of early death by 50 percent
Medical researchers have been sounding the alarm about the importance of maintaining optimal vitamin D levels from childhood through to the adult years, but millions of aging adults remain grossly deficient in this critical hormone-based nutrient. Vitamin D has demonstrated efficacy in preventing diseases from cancer to cardiovascular disease and dementia. Every cell in the body is now known to have vitamin D receptors where the nutrient provides an essential key to accurate DNA and cellular replication....[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
Three compelling reasons not to wear synthetic perfumes
Three compelling reasons not to wear synthetic perfumes by Danna Norek (NaturalNews) Our cultural fascination with fragrance has spanned back thousands of years. Our ancestors did not spray a multitude of new-era chemicals on their body to achieve an appealing scent though. Instead, they often used plant materials to achieve desirable scents. Modern times have spawned literally thousands of chemicals for use in fragrance.When you apply anything labeled with a "fragrance" ingredient today, you can be assured you are subjecting yourself to anywhere from tens to hundreds of various chemicals. This includes lotions, which you may apply to your entire body, facial skin care products and other beauty and self care items that you may use every single day, multiplying your exposure exponentially. None of these chemicals need to be directly disclosed in labeling since they are considered proprietary in nature.Today, the perfume industry is worth an estimated 5.1 billion dollars as consumers continue to buy fragrances and perfumed products. Why should you not partake in using these synthetic fragrance products? 1. At least 900 of the 3,000 fragrance chemicals used are toxic There are somewhere around 3,000 chemicals that have been identified as being used in today's modern fragrances. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health has identified at least 900 of these chemicals that are known toxins.This means that these chemicals can cause problems at the cellular levels once your body absorbs them transdermally (through the skin). Some popular brands of perfume have been found to be toxic to the respiratory tract when inhaled and the nervous system which occurs both through inhalation of airborne particles and transdermal absorption. 2. Perfume linked to depressive disorder in chemically sensitive individuals More and more people are being diagnosed with chemical sensitivity these days. This is likely due to our near-constant exposure. Chemically sensitive individuals may have more than allergic reactions and toxicity at stake. Studies have linked perfume use with severe depressive disorder and anxiety in individuals who exhibit sensitivities to chemical fragrances.Since these chemicals can have varying effects on the nerve cells, it is no surprise that they also may impair brain function. Scents evoke emotions since our emotional center is closely tied to our olfactory sense. Those who are chemically intolerant may have extreme reactions to the multitude of scents they are bombarded with every day. 3. Thyroid and hormone disruption, respiratory toxicity and headaches Many of the top selling fragrances on the market today, used by literally millions of women worldwide, contain unregulated and largely unstudied chemicals. The most recent study was commissioned by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.It found several chemicals in the top selling perfumes that can cause damage to the thyroid gland. The thyroid regulates several important metabolic processes in the body. Thyroid disorders can cause obesity, problems losing or maintaining a healthy weight, serious hair loss, mood disorders and feelings of lethargy.Chemicals that interfere with healthy thyroid activity may also promote cancer of this important gland. Since it is the largest of the endocrine glands, it has some very important processes to control and therefore, it is utterly important that we keep this gland healthy and in top operating condition.The thyroid is responsible for controlling how fast our body goes through our energy stores. It also plays an important role in producing much-needed proteins and controls how sensitive our bodies are to the plethora of other hormones that are present at any given time.Many of the chemicals in perfumes present a dual problem for the thyroid in that they can add more synthetic hormones (in the form of synthetic and harmful estrogens) to our system. In addition, they often can cause damage to the very gland that helps control our sensitivity to these excessive hormones which only compounds the problem.Sources for this article include:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_perfumehttp://www.preventcancer.com/consumers/cosmetics/fragrances.htmhttp://safecosmetics.org/article.php?id=644...[full story]
Nov 22, 2012
When a promising cancer treatment was destroyed
As stories of innovative cancer treatments have spread over the years, they've been distorted numerous times. We end up with either unalloyed praise or across-the-board denial....[full story]