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Apr 30, 2013
GMO multi-toxin crops continue to backfire as more insects become resistant to crop chemicals
Promises made by the biotechnology industry about the alleged robustness of its genetically modified (GM) crops are proving to be false, as research out of the University of Arizona (UA) uncovers a growing resistance by pests to even the most advanced crop chemical technologies in use today. Published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the new study explains how multi-toxin GM crops are quickly losing their ability to fend off pests, which could lead to a complete GMO failure in the very near future if alternate interventions are not enacted....[full story]
Apr 30, 2013
New GMO labeling bill will be the ultimate test between the will of the people versus the greed and power of the biotech industry
In an exciting move in Washington, Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-OR) together have sponsored new federal legislation that requires the labeling of all genetically engineered food in the U.S. The Genetically Engineered Food Right-to-Know Act is the first national labeling bill to be introduced in Congress since 2010. U.S. citizens have demonstrated overwhelming support to label GMO foods in this country. Jeffrey Smith, founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology, has argued that GMO labeling could bring an end to the dangerous growth of GMOs. Genetically modified foods have consistently been shown to be dangerous to health in studies conducted by independently funded researchers. It is time for the U.S. to join other industrialized nations in their mandatory labeling policies....[full story]
Apr 30, 2013
Prostate cancer linked to high intake of protein and calcium from dairy
The European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPICN) is a multicenter meta-epidemiological (broad statistical survey) study designed to assess cancer risks by investigating past and current relationships between diet, lifestyle, environmental factors and cancer among a large population of different EU nations....[full story]
Apr 30, 2013
Studies prove that consumption of sugar and cancer are connected
Sugar lurks in many places within our food system today. From certain breads and juices, to children's cereal, it has been discretely introduced into the food supply on a catastrophic level. Over the years, much research has been conducted regarding the toxic effects of sugar, and the conclusions have all been quite troubling - cancer being a common trend within many of the studies....[full story]
Apr 30, 2013
Cancer, the avoidable epidemic
Cancer strikes every other man and every third woman in the United States, and roughly 50 percent survive it. The cure, we are told by the mainstream media and doctors, is under way, but prevention is already nearly 100 percent proofed. Who knew? How could you take certain steps to preserve your cells, your DNA, and protect your body from the silent killer which has a thousand causes "they" won't tell you about?...[full story]
Apr 30, 2013
How did Barack Obama become Monsanto's man in Washington?
And when are anti-GMO activist groups going to stop saying they're "shocked and disappointed" by the president?...[full story]
Apr 30, 2013
Police stake out hydroponics shops, harass customers who grow their own food
Apparently Americans who employ hydroponics are the newest targets in an insane "drug war" that has gone from bad to ludicrous since it was first "declared" in the early 1980s....[full story]
Apr 29, 2013
Benjamin Franklin's 2 questions still stand
In 1787, when delegates at the Constitutional Convention were divided and at an impasse how to build our government and frame the U.S. Constitution, an 81-year-old Benjamin Franklin stood and appealed to the other delegates to pray for divine intervention to help them out of their darkness...[full story]
Apr 29, 2013
Mexican Journalists Threatened and Murdered Exposing Official Involvement with Narco Gangs
LEON: In this violent conflict, those who dare to tell the truth are in grave danger, especially those who expose elected officials working with the cartels. The Mexican state appears unable to control the escalating violence....[full story]
Apr 29, 2013
Gutsy federal judge whacks Obama
A federal judge has a message for President Obama: Stop bypassing Congress on immigration. Obama issued a directive in June 2012 halting the deportation of many young illegal aliens after Congress refused to pass the DREAM Act, which would have provided conditional permanent residency to young illegals....[full story]
Apr 29, 2013
Important: Video and Analysis of Supreme Court Decision
At the beginning of this week we informed you of the very important decision on free speech coming out of the Supreme Court. On Wednesday morning, the decision was released in Saskatchewan (Human Rights Commission) v. Whatcott. The Court decided that hate speech provisions are, in fact, constitutional. The Court tightened up the definitions of hate, thereby reigning in the human rights commissions somewhat, but still found Mr. Whatcott guilty of hate speech for two of his four flyers....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
Canada's royal baby bill risks constitutional complications
 Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wave from the plane before leaving Canada after their 2011 tour. Their pregnancy announcement last fall focused the minds of those eager to see gender discrimination removed from the royal line of succession. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press) analysis...[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
GMOs destroy health, and people want to know where, when they are being used in the food supply
The Oregon House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources recently heard testimony on the three bills. And supporters of GMO labeling throughout the state have been busy spreading the word about the lack of proper GMO safety testing, and the fact that GMOs have been linked to causing organ damage, gastrointestinal problems, allergies, and even cancer....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
GMO plague: Charts show worldwide GE crop fields cover entire size of U.S., and then some
The amount of land currently being used to cultivate genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) is the highest it has ever been throughout the world, according to a new report. Data compiled by the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA), a pro-GMO group whose stated mission is to increase crop productivity and alleviate poverty for resource-poor farmers, reveals that an astounding 420 million acres of land in 28 countries are currently growing GM crops....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
The dark underbelly of sustainable development: Agenda 21
Sustainable development has been the catchphrase of the environmental movement for over 20 years and rarely are underlying motives questioned. After all, a majority of people want a healthy future, free of pollutants and global warming where the earth is protected for ourselves and subsequent generations. There is a catch, however. The underpinnings of sustainable development are rooted in Agenda 21, a body of regulations inspired by the United Nations (UN) "Earth Summit" conference in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. At first glance, the agenda looks beneficial and harmless -- except for the fact that it sets forth a policy which strips individuals of freedom and controls private land unconstitutionally....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
U.S. government plans to scan your private emails using cybersecurity program as a cover
As mainstream political and media figures head-fake the country with near wall-to-wall coverage of whether men and women should be allowed to marry each other, the U.S. government is planning to snoop through more and more of your private email, using the "threat of cyber terrorism" as its excuse....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
AG Holder grants secret powers to collect files on innocent Americans
During his tenure as head of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover used the power of his office and his agency to intimidate and harass political dissenters, silence activists and to collect secret files on scores of political opponents and U.S. citizens in general. Hoover died in 1972 but it looks like he has been succeeded by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, head of the Justice Department, which includes the FBI....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
Jury: Fraud put Obama on '08 ballot
Two Democrats in Indiana have been found guilty of submitting unauthorized names on the petition that placed then-Sen. Barack Obama on the 2008 presidential election primary ballot, meaning he likely did not qualify.  ...[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
For action -- Distribution of the CCCF Report / CL 2013/10 -CF in ENGLISH
Distribution of the Report of the 7th Session of the CCCF - this report includes CL 2013/10-CF...[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
Side Effects of Statins
One in four Americans over the age of 45 now takes cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins, typically for the primary prevention of heart attacks and strokes....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
Mexican Journalists Threatened and Murdered Exposing Official Involvement with Narco Gangs
OSCAR LEON, PRODUCER, TRNN: Since 2006 when Felipe Calderon assumed the presidency of Mexico until the end of his administration, 96 journalists have been murdered or disappeared.     NEWSCAST SOUNDBITE (SUBTITLED TRANSL.): Police found four quartered dead bodies with torture marks all over. The bodies belonged to three journalists and the girlfriend of one of them....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
UN Sanctioned Congo "Intervention Brigades" Complement US Africa Strategy
PAUL JAY, SENIOR EDITOR, TRNN: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Paul Jay in Baltimore. And welcome to our regular report on the Congo.     Now joining us again from Washington, D.C., is Maurice Carney. He's the executive director and cofounder of Friends of the Congo. ...[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
Putting Water Back in Public Hands
In an earlier interview, we talked about the fire sale of European public assets that is taking place during the current crisis. Now we're going to talk about some possible alternatives to that strategy....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
School forces girls to ask for lesbian kiss
Outraged parents say a New York middle school instructed young female students to ask one another for a lesbian kiss – and boys learned how to spot young sluts – in an anti-bullying presentation on gender identity and sexual orientation, according to Fox News’ Todd Starnes....[full story]
Apr 26, 2013
Medical announcement reveals: Almost everything you've been told about prostate cancer is wrong
Men, especially after the age of 50, have long been told they need to be screened regularly for the dreaded disease of prostate cancer with a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test. The reason? Because if caught early, this common cancer can be treated before it supposedly kills. Sound familiar? If you think these are the facts about prostate cancer, it's time to learn the real truth....[full story]