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May 23, 2012
Canadian Federation of University Women — Moratorium on IWT’s
That the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW), strongly urges all levels of government (municipal, provincial, federal, territorial) to institute a moratorium on the construction of industrial wind turbine developments until such time that evidence-based, impartial, scientific research studies have identified issues relating to site placement, economic efficiencies and potential effects on human health and the environment resulting in the development of national, uniform standards and regulations....[full story]
May 23, 2012
Supreme Court rules against feds!
The Environmental Protection Agency cannot issue a “drive-by” decision that a parcel of land is a protected wetlands and prohibit the owner from using it, and then refuse to hear any challenges to such decisions....[full story]
May 18, 2012
Citizens, MPs and Senators, do you know what our Canadian federal People’s Public Employees are doing at Codex?
Our Friends of Freedom International [FOFI] delegations have been attending Codex meetings since 2003. I am currently in Ottawa at the Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme Codex Committee on Food Labelling, fortieth Session, which is taking place all this week from May 15-18, 2012....[full story]
May 17, 2012
Judge: Slice 10 Commandments to just 6
Astonishing suggestion to keep God's Law public...[full story]
May 17, 2012
THE FDA IS PRESSING AHEAD – ACT NOW – FIGHT BACK
 As was recently reported by another health-freedom group, the FDA has once again become very active and has sent “warning letters,” breaking its promise not to enforce the draft Guidance on New Dietary Ingredients (NDIs)....[full story]
May 17, 2012
Cops accused of stealing citizens' guns
A pair of California cities and the state’s Department of Justice are facing a federal lawsuit today because, plaintiffs claim, the police confiscated firearms during investigations but now refuse to return them – even after the subjects of the inquiries were cleared of any wrongdoing....[full story]
May 17, 2012
Voting on the future of your Internet
By the end of the day, the Harper Conservatives may have completely changed the way you use the Internet and other media....[full story]
May 17, 2012
Film 'Last Call at the Oasis' blasts pharmaceutical drugs and toxic chemicals in our water, causing disease
While it's true that most of us generally don't want to plunk down $30-$40 at the movies to see something that lectures, preaches or wags a finger at us, every now and then there is a film that takes the high road to providing us with key information and is just too important to miss....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Jury nullification education still barely 'legal' in USA, rules judge
Jury nullification, a legal concept that dates back to 17th century England, remains perfectly lawful in the United States, according to a ruling by a federal judge last month....[full story]
May 9, 2012
PREPARING FOR MASSIVE CIVIL WAR, RE-EDUCATION CAMPS
“No nation ever did nor ever can retain its liberty after the loss of the sword and the purse.” -- Patrick Henry...[full story]
May 9, 2012
What Biotech Company Blamed For Bee Collapse Just Bought Leading Bee Research Firm?
Bee colonies around the globe are mysteriously disappearing, a phenomenon known as colony collapse disorder (CCD). Since 2006, it's estimated that close to one-third of all honey bee colonies have simply vanished into thin air. Where are the bees going? What's causing their devastating demise?...[full story]
May 9, 2012
Which Will Collapse First, the Economy or the Spent Fuel Pool at Fukushima?
it’s been two weeks since I wrote my first piece for End the Lie about Fukushima being a possible mass extinction event, and still no progress to report....[full story]
May 9, 2012
The Obsession With Controlling Speech is Soaring to Unbelievable Heights
Previously I reported on the New York school system’s move to not only ban words but entire topics and concepts from their tests as if that would somehow make facts of life like poverty disappear....[full story]
May 9, 2012
THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN THE WORLD
Let me begin by asking you a few questions. They may seem rather silly – but I have a point. So, please, just indulge me for a moment – just answer with a show of hands:...[full story]
May 9, 2012
Dispensing with Fluoride
As a child, there was nothing I liked about going to the dental dispensary, with the possible exception of the large tropical fish aquarium in the waiting room. This was a distraction to what was coming: three hours in a vast hall containing a double line of black dental chairs and a matching double line of white-clad dental students. And that, as a six-year-old, is where I first met fluoride on a regular basis. After a free cleaning and checkup (the reason my cost-conscious parents had me go there, and the reason it literally took three hours to complete), fluoride was applied to my teeth with a swab. I remember both the smell (acrid) and the taste (astringent). I actually looked forward to the fluoride treatment, simply because it was the last thing they did to me before I was allowed to leave. Did it work? Probably not. In addition to my regular topical fluoride treatments, I lived in a city with fluoridated water and was raised on fluoridated toothpaste. And I had a mouthful of amalgam by high-school graduation....[full story]
May 9, 2012
ONE NATION UNDER SURVEILLANCE!
Everywhere you look, there it is again – staring you in the face....[full story]
May 9, 2012
FDA Wants $220M from Food Producers After Congress Already Said No
Can’t get what you want by legitimate means? Just try an end-run around the system!...[full story]
May 9, 2012
VICTORY AT CODEX ON THE MELAMINE ISSUE!
  At the first day’s meeting of the 6th Session of the Codex Committee on Contaminants in Food (CCCF) yesterday in Maastricht, the Netherlands, the Committee unanimously agreed to cancel the blank check previously written to the food-packaging industry that would have allowed them to contaminate liquid infant formula with melamine-based packaging without any limits imposed upon such contamination....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Twenty More Clearview Neighbours Join Forces to Support $17 Million Legal Action against Wind Project
Lawyer Eric Gillespie states, “The landowners who signed contracts to host wind turbines on their lands are being held liable, as well as the wind developers....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Bill 55 amendments to Schedule 19 a license to kill
The following schedule (19) being introduced by the Ontario Liberal Party as Bill 55: Strong Action for Ontario Act (Budget Measures), removes any legal impediments and prohibitions that Industrial Wind Turbine developers would have encountered (and should have in cases like Wolfe Island) to destroy the habitat of and, harass and kill, species considered at risk or endangered under the Endangered Species Act in Ontario....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Misery in South Marysburgh and Athol c. 2014
If WPD’s White Pines project goes ahead, what is the future for many families in South Marysburgh and eastern Athol Wards of Prince Edward County, starting in 2014?  No crystal ball is needed.  The future is revealed in the testimonies of more than 100 Ontario families now suffering adverse effects from industrial wind turbines and associated infrastructure....[full story]
May 9, 2012
UPDATE: CFIA removes nine sheep from Trent Hills farm
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, thwarted in removing dozens of sheep suspected of having scrapie from a Hastings-area farmApril 2, returned Saturday morning to collect nine sheep initially not thought to have the fatal disease....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Australian children to be sterilized without parental consent under new eugenics law
If you have ever seen the famous 1975 movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, you likely recall several disturbing scenes in which mental health patients are given frontal-lobe lobotomies, or the iconic scene where actor Jack Nicholson's character undergoes electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). Today, these horrific forms of so-called mental health treatment are considered to be cruel relics of the past, but a new bill in Australia proposes that young children be given these treatments without parental consent, and even be permitted to undergo sterilization procedures without parental consent....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Russia has little hope for change, says Canadian lawyer who defended jailed oligarch
Seven years ago, Canadian lawyer Robert Amsterdam was roused from his bed in a Moscow hotel by a dozen secret servicemen and threatened with imminent arrest....[full story]
May 9, 2012
Twenty shot dead by police in Chinese riot
OFFICIALS have raised the death toll from a clash this week in China's heavily Muslim far west to 20, with police having shot a higher number of assailants from the Uighur ethnic group than previously reported.  ...[full story]