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Nov 17, 2012
THE FAT LADY HASNíT SUNG YET ON PROP 37
When I read the news that Prop 37 had been defeated, I was shocked and saddened as I knew a great campaign had been run to defeat Monsanto and its flock of agri-business friends and their infinitely deep pockets that had funded the “No Campaign.” I knew that the “No Campaign” had been unscrupulous and had resorted to fraudulent tactics and misleading advertising just so Californians would not be able to have label transparency so that they would know what they were consuming. With the many grassroots organizations (including the National Health Federation) and many thousands of consumers fighting a clean, strong battle, we couldn’t match the funds but the vote call of defeat was so close. Don’t hang up your hats quite yet, read further, this battle isn’t over!...[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
20 states now working on process to secede from the union
Historians through the years have argued that the Civil War decided, once and for all, the issue of whether states could secede from the union, but that hasn't stopped a growing number of Americans from entertaining the notion these days....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Flu shots are medical procedures that come with deadly risks
New data presented at IDWeek 2012 shows a small mortality risk the flu poses for healthy children. Considering that 30 percent of all flu vaccines can come with adverse reactions and according to the CDC, six percent of those will be "serious" events - including death - we are long past the point of diminishing return. Of course, their overall Big Pharma findings support the usual public rhetoric that encourages families to line up and bare their arms en-mass for a shot to prove that they take the flu virus seriously every year....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Destructive weather patterns and HAARP - Scientists investigate a possible connection
With the aftermath of hurricane Sandy still fresh in the minds of Americans, many are questioning the possible link between destructive weather patterns and the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) in Alaska. Several researchers who study the science behind HAARP have come forward with concerns about the disruptions this technology causes in the ionosphere and the impact it has on earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis and other natural disasters. Some also consider HAARP to be a new breed of weapon....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Scalia vs. Thomas Jefferson on secession
Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after nearly three decades with the Associated Press, as well as several Upper Midwest newspapers, where he covered everything from legislative battles and sports to tornadoes and homicidal survivalists. He is also a photographer whose scenic work has been used commercially....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Secession madness! Now 40 states join petition fray
Drew Zahn is a former pastor who cut his editing teeth as a member of the award-winning staff of Leadership, Christianity Today's professional journal for church leaders. He is the editor of seven books, including Movie-Based Illustrations for Preaching & Teaching, which sparked his ongoing love affair with film and his weekly WND column, "Popcorn and a (world)view."...[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Russian hackers beaten at their own game
In the world of cyber espionage, usually an attacker can lurk in the shadows unidentified, but through a combination of skill, timing and luck, one hacker has been exposed for all the world to see....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS DEFINED
As the battle to stop Sustainable Development grows, it is important that activists have clear definitions of their points as they deal with elected officials and planners who are making policy in their community. Below is a start in defining private property rights....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
GMO growing banned in San Juan County, Washington
Election Day may not have turned out nationally as many people may have wished, but a number of local issues, from our perspective, did quite well, and one of them was a measure in San Juan County, Wash., to ban the growing of genetically modified crops....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Vaccines: Who assumes the risks? by Victoria Moore
Most parents who refuse to vaccinate for personal or religious reasons are usually asked by a doctor to sign an exemption form by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). This form is nothing more than an indoctrination piece about the supposed value of vaccines and the risks of not vaccinating. By signing this form, parents are falsely assuming risk for opting out of the immunizations. This measure is meant to be intimidating as well as remove liability from the doctor in the event the child becomes sick....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Multiple sclerosis and vitamin D connection makes winter sun essential
A recent review on environmental risk factors for multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disorder, summed up a world of scientific evidence on the potential impact of latitude and vitamin D levels on the development of this life-changing illness. Researchers have long suspected a connection between environmental factors (such as gender, Epstein Barr Virus, smoking, and sun exposure) and MS rates, and recent efforts at identifying causal pathways for these relationships are gaining ground....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Huge fluoride victory in Wichita: Voters put their foot down and say no to the water supply chemical additive
Regular readers know that Natural News has been closely watching a situation in Portland, Ore., where city officials are pushing to add dangerous fluoride to the water....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
UBC Researchers Advocate HPV Vaccine Scrutiny
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) provides evidence that Gardasil, a human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, may cause a type of inflammation in the brain involving brain vessels (cerebral vasculitis) that can lead to death....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
A VICTORY FOR FAILURE
A majority of Americans chose to put in place the same dysfunctional government that has been incapable of addressing with a plan, let alone actually reducing, the largest national debt ever held by a government in the world, $16 trillion. They re-elected a President who, by their own account, has failed to tackle the two most important issues facing the nation: the economy and the debt. They re-elected a President who has offered nothing to reduce annual deficits exceeding $1 trillion into the foreseeable future, promising to saddle the United States with a $20 trillion plus national debt by the time he leaves office in 2016. They re-elected a President committed to implement a series of new tax increases that will reduce the capital held by the most productive elements of society and will increase unemployment and dependency on the dole. In short, on November 6, 2012, a majority of Americans produced a victory for failure....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Prop 37 vote-fraud update: 3.3 million votes still uncounted
When the networks and other media outlets made the early call on election night, claiming Prop 37 had gone down to defeat, there were millions of votes still uncounted....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
'Proof of Heaven' documents existence of afterlife, multiverse, intelligent life beyond Earth, multidimensional realities
There's a secret that's much bigger than politics, health freedom, science or even the entire history of the human race. That secret remains entirely unacknowledged -- even condemned -- by the scientific community, and yet it is the single most important secret about everything that is. Yes, everything....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Did voter fraud swing the election?
Contrary to popular opinion, I am not a “conspiracy theorist.”...[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Did Petraeus mistress reveal secret CIA prison?
TEL AVIV – Did Paula Broadwell, the alleged mistress of ex-CIA Director David Petraeus, reveal a secret CIA detention center in Benghazi during a public speech she gave last month?...[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Is fluoride good for our health?
Is there fluoride in your tap water? This week, leaked Government papers revealed plans to add fluoride to all drinking water in England and Wales. Although the addition of fluoride to our water has been proved to reduce tooth decay, it is controversial - fluoride may also be linked to increased risks of osteoporosis, kidney problems, and even cancer, and some say it is stealthy mass medication....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
ELECTIONS DO HAVE CONSEQUENCES
What will we see in the coming years because of the results of this election? It will be frightening at best. The re-elected president is a man who was raised to believe that Marxism is the answer to all the world’s problems and America’s capitalistic free market system is the cause of all the world’s problems. He has exhibited total disdain for what has made America the greatest nation the world has ever seen....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Massive surveillance nation: Police now using license plate scanners to collect intelligence on cars, no crime necessary
The newest version of the popular video game, "Assassin's Creed," is set in 1775, "a time of unrest in the American colonies." The theme is, of course, the Revolutionary War and it evokes thoughts of the colonists' struggle for freedom and independence from Great Britain....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Millions of taxpayer dollars wasted on cloned 'Frankencow' that produces GM milk nobody will ever drink
It might look like normal milk, but the milky white substance produced by "Daisy," the infamous cloned cow developed by New Zealand-based AgResearch using $50 million taken directly from taxpayers, is actually genetically-modified (GM), imitation milk geared towards people with milk allergies. But because nobody will likely ever be willing to drink the putrid, genetic mess, the admittedly failed project is doomed to go down in history as one of the biggest misuses of taxpayer dollars in New Zealand's history....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Total hypocrisy: Monsanto, agribusiness and big food companies spent more than $45 million to kill 'costly' Prop 37 GMO labeling bill
Labeling genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) is simply too costly, and any law requiring that GMOs be properly labeled will raise food prices significantly. This was one of the many lies propagated by the biotechnology and processed food industries in the months and weeks leading up to the vote on Proposition 37 in California, the historic GMO labeling initiative that was defeated in large part due to the more than $45 million that Monsanto, Dow, Kraft Foods, and dozens of other industry players hypocritically pumped into the fraudulent No on 37 campaign during the final hour....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Oregon court temporarily halts GM canola plantings after determining crop will cause 'irreparable harm' to important growing region
Efforts by the biotechnology industry to begin planting genetically-modified (GM) canola, also known as rapeseed, in Oregon's prized Willamette Valley have been thwarted, at least temporarily, thanks to persistent opposition from farmers and farmer advocacy groups. The Oregonian reports that the Oregon Court of Appeals has temporarily halted a ruling by the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) that would have allowed plantings of the controversial crop at the borders of the highly-protected Willamette Valley as soon as this fall....[full story]
Nov 17, 2012
Government regulates church communion
A government agency that oversees charities in the United Kingdom has decided that a local Christian congregation cannot be registered because it does not open its communion services to just any outsider. The decision by the U.K.’s Charity Commission is being reported by The Christian Institute, which has been Without registration, the group would be subject to a number of government restrictions that do not apply to charity organizations....[full story]