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Sep 10, 2012
Quebec Election Gives Students a Victory on Tuition Hikes, Fight for Free Education Continues
In Quebec, a provincial election has been held. A new government has been elected. The Parti Quebecois is now a minority government. And amongst other things, they promised they would end the planned tuition hike that helped lead to the defeat Jean Charest, the leader of the Liberal Party.Now joining us to talk about the election and where the student movement is at is Jérémie Bédard-Wien....[full story]
Sep 7, 2012
Drowning in bureaucracy - U.S. has more tax preparers than all police, firefighters combined
(NaturalNews) When the bureaucracy of the Leviathan has grown so large that it needs more people to function than there are local and state-level public servants, it's well past time to take account of how large we have allowed our government to become. And by that way, that rumbling sound you hear is our founding fathers rolling over in their graves and, most likely, looking for some tea to chuck into a harbor somewhere....[full story]
Sep 7, 2012
Facebook, the CIA, DARPA, and the tanking IPO
The big infusion of cash that sent Mark Zuckerberg and his fledgling college enterprise on their way came from Accel Partners, in 2004....[full story]
Sep 7, 2012
Spinach influences gene expression to cut colon cancer risk in half
Colorectal cancers represent the fourth most prevalent form of the disease with more than 150,000 cases diagnosed each year and more than 50,000 deaths. Forward-thinking nutrition researchers understand that this particular form of the disease is largely preventable through lifestyle changes including healthy diet, exercise and smoking cessation. The newly emerging science of Epigenetics is shining a light on the specific mechanism of food-based nutrients to influence genetic expression helping to prevent many diseases, especially colon cancer....[full story]
Sep 7, 2012
The only way to completely heal breast cancer
Breast cancer is the number one cancer that kills women. Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation have proved that there needs to be a more comprehensive approach to healing this disease. The answer can only be found when one truly understands that breast cancer is not caused by physical factors alone but like all disease, is holistic - meaning it only manifests when the body, mind, emotions and spirit are out of balance. When these four are in harmony, the stage is set for complete healing to occur....[full story]
Sep 7, 2012
'Wheat-belly' 101 - Five clues that your excess weight is caused by gluten
Wheat today is not what it used to be. It is more of a hybrid version of 19th century and earlier versions of wheat our ancestors relied on for their daily bread. The same is true for a few other grains....[full story]
Sep 7, 2012
Take probiotics to prevent cancer
Probiotic supplements or foods may lower the risk of cancer development. Many links have been found between diet and cancer; research suggests that probiotics may be useful as part of an anti-cancer diet. Probiotics are live microorganisms that may suppress the growth of bacteria that transform procarcinogens into carcinogens. Procarcinogens are chemical substances that become carcinogenic after being altered by metabolic processes. A carcinogen is one of any number of substances involved in causing cancer. Many forms of cancer can also be caused by infections, but probiotics boost immune system functioning to better fight off virsuses and parasites....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
THE IMMIGRATION FACTOR: IF WE DO NOTHING—WHAT WE FACE
Part 5: The Immigration factor—accelerating consequences, freedoms curtailed, quality of life degraded, standard of living out the window, environmental degradation, Human Katrina...[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
The Real Hunger Games - Big Commodity Traders Control World Grain Market
Sophia Murphy: Four big traders have anywhere from 75 to 90 percent of the global trade in grains around the world...[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
DISINFORMATION AGE
It's lots of fun when it happens in the movies – "The Matrix," "Inception," the "Bourne" thrillers – when unseen malevolent powers unleash complex deception campaigns to manipulate how people perceive reality. Such dramas are an enjoyable diversion from our everyday lives....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
U.S. Census Bureau helped racially target thousands of American citizens for armed government kidnappings, camp internments
The U.S. Census Bureau claims you are required by law to reveal your race on their (coercive) questionnaire, and Census Bureau workers can get ridiculously adamant about stalking you until you agree to fill out such forms (http://www.infowars.com/infowars-reader-receives-threatening-letter-f...)....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Walnuts improve the health of sperm, research suggests
Eating a couple of handfuls of walnuts a day can improve the health of sperm, according to new research just published in the medical journal Biology of Reproduction....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Fifty food items to stockpile now: Health Ranger releases preparedness foods shopping list
With food prices skyrocketing and food supplies looking increasingly questionable for 2013, you'll be happy to know I've selected and assembled a list of recommended storable foods from a trusted discount source. All the foods listed below have a great shelf life, from two years to a decade. In this article, I've listed two sources: 1) Things you can buy at your local grocery store, and 2) Things you can get at a discount at an online organic foods retailer....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Monsanto shells out $4.2 million to sabotage California GMO labeling initiative
California has the unique opportunity to be the first state in the union to require that genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) be properly identified and labeled on most food items. But the Monsanto Company, one of the biggest purveyors of GMOs, and several other factory food and agriculture corporations are trying to sabotage this effort by contributing millions of dollars to defeat a ballot proposition that would require mandatory GMO labeling....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Vaccine shills now pushing Gardasil jab on teens who don't even have sex
Ever since Gardasil, the vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV), hit the market back in 2006, the vaccine industry has been pushing the three-part jab on more and more people, including boys, who do not even have cervixes and thus cannot develop cervical cancer. Now, the vaccine industry has fallen to an all-time low by recommending that young children who are not even having sex, and are thus not susceptible to HPV infection, get the jab because they might somehow contract the disease out of thin air....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Preventable infections responsible for two million cancers per year
New estimates suggest that about 1 in 6 cancers is caused by preventable or treatable infections, according to results of a 2008 study published on May 9 in the British medical journal the Lancet Oncology....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Finland preparing for 'full-blown currency crisis' and collapse of Eurozone
In a shocking admission that shows just how serious the ongoing "Eurozone" crisis truly is, a Finnish official has come forward with information about how his country, which is among the strongest in the European Union (EU), plans to deal with a potential break-up of the euro. Erkki Tuomioja, Finland's Foreign Minister, openly admits that his country is preparing for an eventual collapse of the Eurozone, and has contingency plans in place that may include reverting from the euro back to the country's former currency....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Anemia Drug Made Billions but at What Cost?
Three anemia drugs – Epogen, Procrit and Aranesp – have been among the best-selling prescription drugs in the United States for years, generating more than $8 billion a year for their makers, Amgen and Johnson & Johnson....[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Bill Clinton has the real 'rape' problem
Exclusive: Jack Cashill contrasts misspeaking about sexual assault with committing it...[full story]
Sep 6, 2012
Law Society’s efforts bolster rule of law in Myanmar
Eleven lawyers in Myanmar have had their licence to practise law reinstated after the Law Society and other advocates for the rule of law and the independence of the legal profession intervened on behalf of 32 lawyers disbarred for political reasons....[full story]
Sep 4, 2012
EPA changes rules to allow more toxic cleaning chemicals in mainstream food
Just in case you've forgotten, EPA stands for Environmental Protection Agency. That was sarcasm. You haven't forgotten. But it appears the EPA has....[full story]
Sep 4, 2012
Corrupt USDA conspired to funnel hundreds of millions in taxpayer money to beef industry lobbyists
It may be hard to associate "corruption" with a U.S. government agency (insert dripping sarcasm here), but it's true: Sometimes those stewards of our tax dollars don't spend them very wisely....[full story]
Sep 4, 2012
Pregnancy and chiropractic
Are you currently pregnant or thinking about having a baby soon? If you answered yes to either question, hopefully you are also seeing a chiropractor. A woman's body goes through countless changes while pregnant, not only hormonally, but also posturally and bio-mechanically. Low back pain is almost imminent during pregnancy; chiropractic care offers a non-invasive, safe form of care to help alleviate pain and make having a baby easier....[full story]
Sep 4, 2012
Iran turns up heat on pastor sentenced to death
Jailed Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani reportedly will face new charges at his next court appearance next week....[full story]
Sep 4, 2012
Chuck Norris' dire warning for America
Chuck Norris Fact No. 39: “Chuck Norris stared evil in the eye and it went into hiding.” America’s favorite action star is doing just that this election – calling on evangelical Christians across the nation to join him in crushing the creep of socialism under President Obama...[full story]