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Aug 15, 2012
Attention: All Birders - let us unite to amend the Provincial legislation and regulations to permanently stop our feathered friends and other wildlife from Green Energy Genocide.
I love birds and all the wonders of Nature. I have my own nature sanctuary called Tuck’s Organic Farm & Sanctuary in Roslin, Ontario. It is unthinkable that government, quasi-government and non-government mega corporations, their agents, servants and sub-delegates even consider building hundreds of 400 foot high industrial wind turbines (IWT) in or adjacent to any Important Bird Area [IBA]. The rotor blades are approx. 315 feet in diameter and can turn at up to 200 miles per hour....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Pfizer forced to pay $60 million court settlement after bribing foreign officials to dispense more drugs
Drug giant Pfizer has agreed to pay a $60 million fine to settle charges filed against the company alleging illegal bribery. According to CNN Money, both Pfizer and Wyeth, the latter of which has since merged with Pfizer, paid off foreign officials in Europe and Asia to speed up drug approvals, and give preference to Pfizer drugs in their countries' public health programs, which in turn generated billions of dollars for the world's largest drug company....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Misguided trust - America on drugs
Americans currently spend over $2 trillion a year on health insurance, Big Pharma drugs, and medical bills. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, America's health care costs will more than double in the next eight years. The United States of America is the most heavily vaccinated population in the world; and yet we are plagued with the highest occurrence of autism, diabetes and asthma in the world. With the biggest vaccine schedule on earth, we should have the lowest death rates and the best health. But the US has recently plummeted from worldwide ranking of 34 for infant mortality rates to number 41 - falling behind such countries as Croatia and Crete....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
'Brutalized' family files lawsuit over SWAT team nightmare
A federal court case has been launched after a SWAT team in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area busted into the wrong house, shot the family’s dog, handcuffed the children and forced them to “sit next to the carcass of their dead and bloody pet for more than an hour.”...[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Officer imprisoned for challenging Obama tells story
“Officer’s Oath: Why My Vow to Defend the Constitution Demanded That I Sacrifice My Career” is Lt. Col. Terry Lakin’s moving first-hand account of faith and patriotism that led to court-martial, imprisonment and the stripping of all military rank and privileges, including his Army pension....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Total surveillance police state - NYPD reveals new massive $40 million super computer spy system
The total surveillance police state has finally arrived - in New York City, at least - following a marriage between NYC officials and Microsoft....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Privacy invasion - Police and firefighter drones raise huge concerns
Lawmakers and privacy advocates are becoming increasingly concerned about the rising number of drones used by federal, state and local governmental entities, an effort that is being coordinated through the Department of Homeland Security....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Boost vigor and mental well-being by harmonizing copper levels in the body
Migraines, depression, fatigue and insomnia - these are just a few of the disorders that may be caused by a remarkably common nutritional imbalance of copper. When proper levels of this mineral are not maintained, illness and disease can develop. Since copper deficiency and toxicity have far reaching health consequences, it is vital to recognize the signs of imbalance....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Health Ranger interviews Laura Pressley about water fluoridation
Health Ranger: Welcome, this is Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. This is the Health Ranger report at NaturalNews.com. As you can see, I'm wearing a shirt today, 'Water is Life.' This is a truism about human biology, isn't it? In fact, life on the whole planet. And here today is a special guest, well, joining us by phone actually, who has a special interest in keeping our water safe and clean. She's running for city council in Austin, Texas, where I'm located. Her name is Laura Pressley, and she's been one of the most outspoken opponents against the chemical fluoridation of the water supply. She's hosting a money bomb right now to raise campaign funds to help her win the election and get a seat on the city council in Austin, where she can then help lead the fight against water fluoridation and contamination of the Austin water supply with synthetic, dangerous chemicals. Laura, thanks for joining me today....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
India government outraged at Sikh shooting deaths of six people, but says nothing about Monsanto-linked deaths of 200,000 farmers
The shooting deaths of six members of a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., recently was a genuine tragedy, to be sure, but the Indian government seems to be engaging in selective outrage when compared to the number of Indian farmers who have died under Monsanto-linked circumstances....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Yes, they can do that in public school
Every public school in America is about to receive a wake-up call that will eliminate any excuse for stomping on students’ and teachers’ religious liberty....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
He's baaack! The Ten Commandments judge
Nine years after a battle over a stone monument listing the Ten Commandments inside a state court building in Alabama, the state Supreme Court chief justice who was removed from office by a state judiciary panel is the leading candidate – to be the state Supreme Court chief justice....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
CYCLES OF A NATION CALLED AMERICA
Though the 1760 – 1810 cycle was definitely Active driven (Passives start wars, but prefer them to be on foreign soil and that those other than themselves fight in them), the attraction of power to political office already made itself felt through the influence of Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton was the one who recommended the first central bank (The Bank of the United States). He said the money needed to start the bank would come from the sale of $10 million in stock. The United States government would purchase the first $2 million in shares and the other $8 million would be available to the public as an investment in their new nation – and those abroad (like the Rothschilds) – could invest too....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Do politics define 'domestic terrorists'?
It only took hours following the shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin by a white male for authorities to announce the event could possibly be domestic terrorism, in sharp contrast to attacks by Muslims where the government quickly put great distance from such labels....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Top 10 reasons not to re-elect Obama, Part 1
On Feb. 2, 2009, President Barack Obama explained his chances to fix the economy to host Matt Lauer on NBC’s “Today” show: “I will be held accountable. I’ve got four years. … If I don’t have this done in three years, then there’s going to be a one-term proposition.”...[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Obama's massive 2nd-term industry takeover plans
President Obama today boasted about government assistance to the auto industry while advocating extending such “success” to “every industry.”...[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Feds seize family's guns, money
After almost a year in jail and a three-week trial, a jury has declared the members of the Reese family not guilty on 24 of the 28 counts against them. The jury did convict three of the four family members of making false statements in connection with the acquisition of firearms. Remington Reese, the 20-year old younger son, was acquitted of all charges, while his older brother, Ryin was found guilty on two counts and his father and mother, Rick and Terri, were found guilty on one count each. The charges carry a potential sentence of five years and $50,000 for each count, but those convicted typically receive sentences of about one year....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
OBAMA - ILLUSIONIST N' CHIEF
Since Obama is a practiced illusionist, he hides and stuffs his lies everywhere, building his tyrannical rule on deception. We must learn sooner then later this election cycle that everything that comes out of Obama’s mouth and those sell out robots surrounding him is deception and lies. Our country is doomed if liberals and conservatives don’t face the Marxist music now....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Milwaukee lowers fluoridation level and will advise parents about infant formula
Milwaukee alderman Jim Bohl wanted to stop fluoridation in his city. But he had to settle for a compromise. The city's aldermen recently voted to reduce the fluoride level from 1.1 to .7 parts per million. .7ppm is the proposed lower level for fluoridation from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The new lower level proposed for the U.S. is due to a large increase in fluorosis seen since fluoridation started in 1945. The addition of fluoride to the American diet plus fluoride toothpaste has increased fluorosis to 40 percent of children 12 to 15 years old, far beyond original estimates. Some cities have adopted the new, lower level....[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
It Comes Down to the Ws
Every pro athlete will tell you it’s about the “W’s”. That goes for you too - don’t forget to celebrate your big and small wins. Each day, give yourself a chance for a “W”. Whether it’s heading to the gym when you don’t feel like it, or selecting a healthy lunch option, take time to congratulate yourself!...[full story]
Aug 13, 2012
Knock-Down, Drag-Out War at UNEP (4)...
It may well be that in the US Congress the drug lords, and the dental amalgam moguls, dominate, spraying money at easily bought off elected officials, but that tactic gets little traction at the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP 4) where the participants are Delegates from countries too long experiencing international corporate rape....[full story]
Jul 23, 2012
EPA spying on farms and ranches from the air, snapping photos to issue fines
The expanding Leviathan state appears to be on auto-drive these days; the latest example of Big Brother's overreach coming from the always-intrusive Environmental Protection Agency....[full story]
Jul 23, 2012
Will you invest your time and money to protect your traditional Canadian Rule of Law rights, freedoms and liberties?
Our organization has been a leading champion of what we refer to as the inherent Natural Law individual sovereign supreme human being traditional Canadian Rule of Law rights, freedoms and liberties....[full story]
Jul 23, 2012
History of Medicine: The former Chairman of Bayer, maker of children's aspirin, was found guilty of Nazi war crimes and sentenced to prison
I.G. Farben was a powerful cartel comprised of Bayer, BASF, Hoechst, and other German chemical companies which experimented mercilessly on Jewish prisoners as Hitler commanded, inside the World War II Auschwitz Concentration Camp, testing dangerous drugs and vaccines and killing thousands. In fact, Auschwitz was the largest mass extermination factory in human history (http://www.nizkor.org/faqs/auschwitz/auschwitz-faq-06.html)....[full story]
Jul 23, 2012
Sheriff's Deputy threatened for speaking out against federal power grabs
It's not supposed to be against the law to speak your mind and what's more, Americans depend on the nation's lawmakers and law enforcement officers to uphold the Constitution's protections. But what about when a law enforcement agency is denying one of its own the right to speak his mind about, say, the intrusion of the federal government into state and local business?...[full story]