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in History - Friday - May 17, 2013
1756 - Britain declared war on France, beginning the French and Indian
1792 - The New York Stock Exchange was founded at 70 Wall Street by 24
1875 - The first Kentucky Derby was run at Louisville, KY.
1940 - Germany occupied Brussels, Belgium and began the invasion of
1973 - The U.S. Senate Watergate Committee began its hearings.
1980 - Rioting erupted in Miami's Liberty City neighborhood after an
all-white jury in Tampa acquitted four former Miami police officers of
fatally beating black insurance executive Arthur McDuffie. Eight people
were killed in the rioting.
1987 - An Iraqi warplane attacked the U.S. Navy frigate Stark in the
Persian Gulf, killing 37 American sailors. Iraq and the U.S. called the
attack a mistake.
1996 - U.S. President Clinton signed a measure requiring neighborhood
notification when sex offenders move in. Megan's Law was named for
7-year-old Megan Kanka, who was raped and killed in 1994.
2000 - Thomas E. Blanton Jr. and David Luker surrendered to police in
Birmingham, AL. The two former Ku Klux Klan members were arrested on
charges from the bombing of a church in 1963 that killed four young
2000 - Austria, the U.S. and six other countries agreed on the broad
outline of a plan that would compensate Nazi-Era forced labor.
2000 - It was announced that Terra Networks SA and Lycos would be
merging with the new name to be Terra Lycos. Terra made the deal happen
with the purchase of $12.5 billion in stock.
2001 - The U.S. Postal Service issued a stamp based on Charles M.
Schulz's "Peanuts" comic strip.
2006 - The U.S. aircraft carrier Oriskany was sunk about 24 miles off
Pensacola Beach. It was the first vessel sunk under a Navy program to
dispose of old warships by turning them into diving attractions. It was
the largest man-made reef at the time of the sinking.
2007 - Trains crossed the border dividing North and South Korea for the
first time since 1953.
Russian warships enter Mediterranean to form permanent task force
RT - Warships from Russia’s Pacific Fleet have entered the Mediterranean
for the first time in decades. Russia’s Navy Chief says the task force
may be reinforced with nuclear submarines, as the country starts
building up a permanent fleet in the region.
Unmoved by Israel, Russia will send top air-defense system to Assad
timesofisrael.com - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly warned
Russian President Vladimir Putin in an emergency face-to-face meeting on
Tuesday that Moscow’s sale of the S-300 missile defense system to Assad
could push the Middle East into war.
Rebels film execution of 11 Syrian soldiers, as Obama continues
RT - As a new video is published showing fighters of the Al Qaeda-linked
Al-Nusra Front in Syria executing 11 men they say are Bashar Assad’s
soldiers, Obama talks to Turkey’s Erdogan, renewing threats of action
against the Syrian government.
US moving 200 Marines to Sicily for Libya protection
Telegraph - Italy has announced the United States was transferring 200
marines and two planes to its base at Sigonella in Sicily to deploy in
Libya in case US diplomats come under attack as they did last year.
From Petrodollar To Petrogold: The US Is Now Trying To Cut Off Iran's
Access To Gold
Zero Hedge - The US is moving to broaden its 'blockade' efforts of Iran
to the movement of pure gold into the Islamic Republic. The US-led
embargo of Iranian crude succeeded in slowing the flow of petrodollars
into the nation but as Foreign Affairs committee chairman Edward Cohen
remarked, there is "no question that there is gold going from Turkey to
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Pentagon plans to fight ‘War on Terror’ for another 20 years
RT - Speaking to the Senate Armed Services early Thursday,
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations Michael
Sheehan said the Pentagon has no plans to pull out of its almost
12-year-old war overseas. When asked for his take on how long
the war on terror could go on for, Sheehan told lawmakers, “At
least 10 to 20 years.”
House Votes to Fully Repeal Obamacare for Third Time
ABC News - The House of Representatives voted today to repeal
the entire Affordable Care Act, 229-195. This was the third vote
for full repeal, and the 37th overall vote the House has taken
to disrupt, dismantle, defund or repeal parts of the Affordable
IRS Official in Charge During Tea Party Targeting Now Runs
Health Care Office
ABC News - Sarah Hall Ingram served as commissioner of the
office responsible for tax-exempt organizations between 2009 and
2012. But Ingram has since left that part of the IRS and is now
the director of the IRS’ Affordable Care Act office, the IRS
confirmed to ABC News today.
VIDEO: Bachmann: Every weekend people tell me they want Obama
Press TV - Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) told a crowd at a tea
party rally that she's asked every weekend why Congress isn't
working to impeach President Barack Obama.
Emails show the then CIA-chief David Petraeus objected to Obama
administration's version of Benghazi terror attack events
Daily Mail - The White House on Wednesday released 100 pages of
emails detailing discussion inside the administration over last
year's deadly attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi,
Libya. Among the details, the documents show that then-CIA
Director David Petraeus objected to the final version that U.N.
Ambassador Susan Rice used five days after the assault.
YouTube: Sen. Paul Appears on Fox's America's Newsroom with Bill
Sen. Paul appears on America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer to
discuss the Benghazi attacks.
* Related Video:
Rand Paul on CNN...
VIDEO: McConnell: IRS Can’t Be Trusted to Implement Obamacare
newsmax.com - Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell tells
Newsmax TV that the current scandal facing the Internal Revenue
Service proves that the agency cannot be trusted to implement
VIDEO: Reality Check – IRS and AP – Obama Administration Under
Liberty Crier - Ben Swann Reality Check. To call it a rough week
for the Obama Administration might be an understatement.
VIDEO: Police Department Forced To Borrow Ammo From Local
Steve Watson - In Proctor, Minnesota, the police chief has
become so exasperated with trying to find a supplier that he
issued a request to members of the public for help meeting the
department’s ammo needs.
D.C. Moves to Force Gun Owners to Buy Prohibitive Liability
Kurt Nimmo - California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New York and Pennsylvania have also proposed forcing gun owners
to buy liability insurance. Democrat City Council member Mary
Cheh proposed the law. It requires residents purchase at least
$250,000 in insurance coverage before city government would
consider applications to register a firearm.
Arizona Man Winds Up Jailed, Unemployed and Homeless After
PINAC - Raymond Michael Rodden was bored this week, so he drove
to downtown Phoenix and began walking around, snapping photos of
the federal courthouse and the state capitol with his iPhone.
VIDEO: Debate: Why the Internet Tax Bill is Bad for the Economy
Activist Post - Reps. Ron DeSantis (FL-6), Thomas Massie (KY-4)
participate in a special order floor speech against the National
Internet Tax Mandate, the so-called "Marketplace Fairness Act,"
H.R. 684 and S. 743.
Senate Subcommittee Investigating Apple’s Offshore Tax Practices
Infowars.com - In lieu of the recent IRS scandal it might seem a
little like a case of the pot calling the kettle black.
Nevertheless, it looks like Apple CEO Tim Cook will be appearing
in front of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations
on Tuesday, May 21, to explain why the company is borrowing
money to pay investors when they have $102 billion in offshore
Controlling the Beginning Stages of Hyperinflation by
Manipulating the Precious Metals
silverdoctors.com - The tactic by the Fed and Central Banks is
to inflate the stock markets while manipulating the price of
gold and silver lower. This achieves two goals: 1) it reassures
the public’s faith by pumping up stock prices while the economic
indicators continue to deteriorate and 2) it elevates the dollar
while it destroys market sentiment in the precious metals.
10 Amazing Charts That Demonstrate The Slow, Agonizing Death Of
The American Worker
Economic Collapse - The middle class American worker is in
danger of becoming an endangered species.
Army Regulation 40-562 - Immunizations and Chemoprophylaxis
Describes role for the Military Vaccine Office, Describes
standards for military immunization delivery, including quality
improvement mechanisms, Establishes that electronic immunization
tracking systems are the preferred record for immunization data
Provides guidance on managing Service personnel who lose
immunization records, Describes a procedure for dispersing
immunization during initial military training into 2 clusters,
the first to reduce imminent risk of contagious disease in
settings of intimate or household contact and the second for
other vaccine-preventable diseases and more!!
BP blasts US judge in fight against compensation claims
RT - Oil giant BP has petitioned a US court regarding the
company’s payouts stemming from its 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill
in the Gulf of Mexico, accusing a judge of allowing “absurd”
compensation claims and a “raid on its coffers.” BP wants to
halt payouts, amounting to millions of dollars, in what it calls
“spurious” compensation claims to victims of the spill.
Shearon Harris Nuclear Plant Shut Down After Crack Discovered
WITN - A nuclear power plant which is 20 miles south of Raleigh
has been shut down after a crack and corrosion was found in the
reactor vessel.... The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the
quarter inch crack was not all the way through the reactor wall
and there's no indication any radioactive material escaped.
Intermittent Fasting Shown to Improve Diabetes and Reduce
Dr. Mercola - A new review evaluating intermittent fasting found
that overweight or obese individuals with type 2 diabetes who
fast on consecutive or alternate days lost more weight while
also experiencing enhanced cardiovascular health benefits.
Eight foods that can make or break your sleep
(NaturalNews) It is a common "fact" that people who drink coffee
before they sleep will find it hard to actually fall asleep, but
drinking milk will help people to fall asleep a lot faster.
Six exotic smoothie recipes from around the world
(NaturalNews) As we pass through spring and go into summer,
health oriented foodies can focus on smoothie delights for
refreshingly healthy beverages.
Lack of CoQ10 in blood causes serious illness says study
(NaturalNews) A recent study at Harvard Medical School, recorded
April 22, 2013 in the National Center for Biotechnology
Information (NCBI), provided an association with low blood level
CoQ10 to critical illness.
Cancer drug linked to flesh-eating disease
(NaturalNews) Health Canada has issued warnings to the general
public and to healthcare professionals that the cancer treatment
drug Avastin has been linked to necrotizing fasciitis, an
infection commonly known as flesh-eating disease.
Compound in Grapes Found to Reverse Kidney Disease
Natural Society - The study, published in Applied Physiology,
Nutrition, and Metabolism, is the first of its kind to link
grape seed and skin extracts (GSSEs) to the treatment of
high-fat-diet-induced kidney disease.
The Goodness of Coconut Water For Replenishment and Weight Loss
preventdisease.com - Just like its oil, coconut water has many
health benefits including electrolyte replenishment and weight
loss. This 'nut' is packed with anti-aging properties and has
the right number of calories to keep you going.
Still Eat Conventional Meat or Poultry? Preservatives,
Antimicrobials, Antifungals, and Viral Sprays Saturate Factory
preventdisease.com - 70 percent of all beef and chicken sold in
the United States, Canada, UK and Australia and many other
countries contain a growing number of preservatives, meat glues,
and antibacterial/antifungal/antiviral sprays. They also are
commonly treated with carbon dioxide gas injections to make meat
appear more fresh than it actually is.
The Sitting Sickness: Is It Silently Killing You?
Green Med Info - Regardless of the amount of exercise one
performs, the level of aerobic fitness one exhibits, or whether
a person is thin or overweight, stillness still kills.
Apparent health and leading an otherwise healthy lifestyle does
not compensate for extended periods of sitting around, and we
Americans do a great deal of sitting around.
New spectre of cloned babies: Scientists create embryos in lab
that 'could grow to full term'
Daily Mail - The prospect of cloned babies has moved a step
closer after scientists extracted stem cells from human embryos
created in a laboratory. The breakthrough could lead to
customised cells to help treat and even cure a range of
diseases, from Alzheimer’s to multiple sclerosis.
CIA-connected SAIC Awarded Government “Cyber Security” Contract
Kurt Nimmo - A technologically advanced Stasi apparatus is
designed for 24/7 surveillance of political enemies, not hackers
in Eastern Europe. The police state brain trust – connected at
the hip to the CIA – has merged with Homeland Security.
Google ‘Knows When You’re Home’
Paul Joseph Watson - Google has devised yet another ingenious
way of convincing people to hand over their real-time location
data, by offering location specific “reminders” as part of its
Google Now feature.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Colony Collapse Disorder Is a Fraud: Pesticides Cause Bee
Activist Post - Isn't it interesting that a major pharmaceutical
manufacturer, Bayer, also makes a product that is a poison by
design? Bayer is not an exception. Many, if not most, do
business in both arenas.... Here's a list of corporations..
Disease mongering is a well-worn technique used by Big Pharma to
create new diseases—define, name, and make household terms—for
the purpose of selling chemicals called drugs. The same
technique has been used to cloak massive bee die-offs with an
air of mystery.
in History - Thursday - May 16, 2013
1866 - The U.S. Congress authorized the first 5-cent piece to be minted.
1868 - U.S. President Andrew Johnson was acquitted during the Senate
impeachment, by one vote.
1888 - The capitol of Texas was dedicated in Austin.
1910 - The U.S. Bureau of Mines was authorized by the U.S. Congress.
1914 - The American Horseshoe Pitchers Association (AHPA) was formed in
Kansas City, Kansas.
1920 - Joan of Arc was canonized in Rome.
1929 - The first Academy Awards were held in Hollywood.
1960 - A Big Four summit in Paris collapsed due to the American U-2 spy
1969 - Venus 5, a Russian spacecraft, landed on the planet Venus.
1971 - U.S. postage for a one-ounce first class stamp was increased from
6 to 8 cents.
1987 - The Bobro 400 set sail from New York Harbor with 3,200 tons of
garbage. The barge travelled 6,000 miles in search of a place to dump
its load. It returned to New York Harbor after 8 weeks with the same
1988 - A report released by Surgeon General C. Everett Koop declared
that nicotine was addictive in similar was as heroin and cocaine.
1988 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police do not have to have a
search warrant to search discarded garbage.
1991 - Queen Elizabeth II became the first British monarch to address
the U.S. Congress.
1992 - The Endeavour space shuttle landed safely after its maiden
2000 - U.S. First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton was nominated to run for
U.S. Senator in New York. She was the first U.S. first lady to run for
2003 - Adam Rich was placed on three years probation after he pled no
contest to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence and being
under the influence of a controlled substance. He was also ordered to
take part in a 60-day treatment program and pay about $1,200 in fines.
2005 - Sony Corp. unveiled three styles of its new PlayStation 3 video
Counterproductive': UN General Assembly votes to condemn Assad's forces
in Syria war
RT - The UN General Assembly voted to pass an Arab-backed draft
resolution that strongly condemns the Assad government and embraces the
political viability of the Syrian National Coalition. Russia’s UN envoy
characterized the resolution as “counterproductive.”
KBR Tells U.S. Army it will Cost $500 Million and Take 13 Years to Close
out Its Iraq Contract
allgov.com - The recipient of the largest government services contract
in U.S. history has told military officials it will take another 13
years and half a billion dollars to finish off its work stemming from
the Iraq war.
Spanish Minister of Economy Confirmed For Bilderberg 2013
Jurriaan Maessen - Another elected official is confirmed for Bilderberg
2013, this time the spanish Minister of Economy and Competitiveness and
former Lehman Brothers advisor, Luis de Guindos. The minister will be
attending at the request of Bilderberg’s Spanish steering committee
member Juan Luis Cebrián.
VIDEO: CEO sentenced to death with immediate execution for financial
fraud of 640 million yuan
liveleak.com - In the morning of May 15, Wenzhou Intermediate People's
Court of Wenzhou Xin Investment Consulting Co., Ltd. Executive Director
and General Manager Lin (female, 39 years old, Wenzhou Ruian) financial
fraud case first instance verdict,
Israel Hints at New Strikes, Warning Syria Not to Hit Back
NY Times - In a clear warning to Syria to stop the transfer of advanced
weapons to Islamic militants in the region, a senior Israeli official
signaled on Wednesday that Israel was considering additional military
strikes to prevent that from happening and that the Syrian president,
Bashar al-Assad, would face crippling consequences if he retaliated.
Anti-Syria UN resolution to intensify extremists’ crimes: Iran
Press TV - On Wednesday, the UN General Assembly approved an Arab-backed
nonbinding resolution against Syria by a vote of 107-12, with 59
abstentions. Brazil, South Africa, India, and Indonesia were among the
59 countries that abstained.
US obstructing global disarmament: Iran
Press TV - Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araqchi says the
United States’ opposition and lack of commitment to various
international disarmament conventions are obstacles to advancing the
issue of global disarmament.
Bomb hits convoy of foreign forces in Kabul, 5 US soldiers killed
Press TV - Five US soldiers have been killed in a bomb blast that hit a
convoy of vehicles transporting foreign forces in the Afghan capital,
Kabul, Press TV reports.
CAR slid into anarchy, UN envoy says
Press TV - The Central African Republic (CAR) has slid into "a state of
anarchy," with massive unrest and large-scale displacement across the
country, a UN envoy says.
Britain hit by SNOW as 65mph winds sweep across the country and a
month's worth of rain falls in just 24 hours
Daily Mail - Villagers woke yesterday to discover two inches of snow in
rural Shropshire, while blizzards caught walkers and cyclists by
surprise on the Cumbrian Pennines.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Something is rotten in the Denver airport (13 Photos)
TheChive.com - Hints that the Denver airport is hiding something
big are everywhere. Visitors to the Denver Airport will
immediately notice a number of mysterious masonic symbols and
murals clearly depicting the end of the word. They're hard to
miss. Many believe these murals hold a deeper meaning which can
be gleaned by the initiated of the New World Order and
Freemasons. Let's have a look.
VIDEO: AP Waited A Week To Publicize Telephone Probe
Infowars.com - The hole just keeps getting deeper and deeper.
Appearing before the House Judiciary Committee today, Attorney
General Eric Holder repeatedly played the old “I was recused”
Obama fires acting IRS commissioner as pressure grows
Daily Mail - President Barack Obama has thrown his acting IRS
commissioner overboard, making Steven Miller the highest-ranking
political casualty thus far in a series of scandals that have
swept his administration in recent weeks.
IRS Gave Preferential Treatment to Liberal Nonprofits
Kurt Nimmo - The IRS doled out nonprofit status to dozens of
leftist organizations while leaving tea party and
constitutionalist groups in the dust, according to USA Today.
IRS exec got $42k in bonuses in three years
Washington Examiner - Lois Lerner, the senior executive in
charge of the IRS tax exemption department and the federal
employee at the center of the exploding scandal over the IRS
targeting of conservative, evangelical and pro-Israel
non-profits, was given $42,531 in bonuses between 2009 and 2011.
House Bill Calls for IRS Hiring Freeze
Kurt Nimmo - Greta Van Susteren reports today that Republican
Rep. Randy Forbes of Virginia has introduced legislation to
impose a hiring freeze on the federal taxation agency. The bill
is aimed at preventing the feds from using the IRS to implement
Authorities hunting for nuclear gauge lost in West Virginia
RT - A portable gauge containing dangerous radioactive material
fell off the back of a truck in West Virginia, and officials are
offering a reward for the missing device.
What Are These Weird Street Signs Being Installed in Las Vegas?
Paul Joseph Watson - Strange new street signs being installed
across Las Vegas are prompting suspicions from concerned
readers, one of whom sent us the following images. Are these new
signs part of the nationwide ‘Intellistreets’ rollout of
so-called “smart” hubs that eavesdrop on conversations?
VIDEO: TSA Now Confiscating Pressure Cookers?
Steve Watson - Two different reports in the last week have
suggested that the TSA has confiscated pressure cookers from
people traveling through airports.
VIDEO: Seatbelt Laws Can Be Deadly
lewrockwell.com - That’s what happened to Deland, Florida
resident Marlon Brown about a week ago. Brown was killed – run
over – by Deland Police Officer James Harris, who pursued him
with his squad car after Brown tried to run away on foot after
being stopped over a seatbelt violation.
Lies, Lies, and More Lies - Your Government in Action
Activist Post - Great video breakdown of Benghazi, IRS and AP
scandals revealing Obama's culture of corruption.
VIDEO: Prop C, LA Measure To Overturn Citizens United, Will Be
Voted On By Angelenos Next Week
Huffington Post - When Angelenos go to the polls next week to
choose the next mayor of Los Angeles, they will be the largest
electorate to vote on a constitutional amendment to overturn the
Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling.
Latest Waterfall Sends Gold & Silver to $1300 & $22 Handles!
silverdoctors.com - Once again after trading in a tight
consolidation range throughout the Asian and London sessions,
gold and silver have just been greeted with a vertical Demon
Drop Waterfall smash, sending gold back to a $1300 handle, and
silver to $22.41. A re-test of the correction lows of $22.005
and $1320 appears imminent.
JP Morgan Eligible Gold Inventories Fall Another 14%!
silverdoctors.com - JP Morgan drops another 22,759 oz of gold
(14%) from their Eligible Inventories. They now only have a mere
137,377 oz available in their Eligible Category! Furthermore,
32,049 oz of gold were withdrawn from Scotia Mocatta’s Eligible
inventories, now reducing the total gold in the Comex vaults
below 8 million oz.
House panel set to OK cut in food stamp program
Yahoo News - The House bill would cut about $2.5 billion a year
- or a little more than 3 percent - from the food stamp program,
which is used by 1 in 7 Americans.
Pregnant Mom Of 4 Sentenced To Prison For Refusing To Serve In
Private First Class Kimberly Rivera, mother of four children and
pregnant with a fifth, was sentenced on April 29 to 14 months
imprisonment, which was lowered to 10 months based on a plea
After serving a tour of duty in Iraq in 2006, she found herself
unable to return.
VIDEO: Six killed, scores injured as tornado sweeps through
RT - Officials in northern Texas say that a massive tornado that
ripped through Texas has led to at least six fatalities.
Fourteen people have been declared missing. Authorities also
indicated that at least 28 people had been injured and were
receiving treatment at a local hospital.
The IRS is facing a lawsuit after stealing 60 million medical
records from 10 million patients
Gateway Pundit - The Internal Revenue Service is now facing a
class action lawsuit over allegations that it improperly
accessed and stole the health records of some 10 million
Americans, including medical records of all California state
Obamacare to penalize nearly half-million of Native Americans
rinf.com - Native Americans are entitled to free and subsidized
medical care at some federally-funded health clinics, but
‘Obamacare’ will soon force many of them to buy insurance or
else face hefty fines if they are not “Indian enough”.
Carcinogenic Parabens Contaminating U.S. Food Supply
Green Med Info - A new groundbreaking study from New York State
researchers has determined that the U.S. food supply is
contaminated with significant levels of parabens - now suspected
in breast cancer and other endocrine-related disorders.
Amazing Ashwagandha: The Plant for Stress Reduction, Cancer
Prevention, & More
Natural Society - Ashwagandha, also known as Indian Ginseng, is
an amazingly beneficial plant used for centuries to combat
stress, prevent cancer, and as a relaxant.
Smoking Marijuana Significantly Effective at Treating Crohn's
Disease: Government Study
Activist Post - A study published earlier this month on the
government's website National Institute of Health found that
marijuana has "significant benefits" for treating Crohn's
Disease and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
'Love Hormone' Oxytocin Found to Reduce Stress, Bring Peace to
Natural Society - TIn study conducted at the University of
Zurich, the ‘love’ hormone otherwise known as oxytocin was shown
to lower the ‘stress’ hormone cortisol and regulate
interpersonal relationships in a positive way. In both romantic
relationships and more professional partnerships, oxytocin can
help to build trust and intimacy.
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ANH-USA Uncovers Suspicious Activity by State Dietetic and
ANH - Our exclusive report reveals government surveillance, what
appear to be undercover sting operations, and investigations
into the alleged crime of “practicing nutrition without a
Health is directly linked to the gut: Eleven things that destroy
the benefical probiotic bacteria living inside us
(NaturalNews) More and more data is piling up all the time about
the importance of maintaining probiotic "good" bacteria in our
bodies as we strive for vibrant, holistic health.
“Secret Weapon” in Carrots Reduces Risk of Cancerous ‘Full Scale
Tumors’ by 1/3
Natural Society - Known as falcarinol, this secret weapon acts
to protect carrots from fungal disease. It’s a natural defense
mechanism for the vegetable, and when eaten, it becomes a
natural defense mechanism against cancer.
Omega-3 fats demonstrate ability to slow or stop breast cancer
(NaturalNews) Triple-negative breast cancer is a particularly
aggressive form of the disease that is typically unresponsive to
many natural treatments due to its invasive manner of
proliferation. New research is now providing solid evidence that
the long-chain omega-3 fats, DHA and EPA, can provide an
effective shield against this insidious form of breast cancer.
VIDEO: Genetically Modified Sheep Glow-in-the-Dark
Green Med Info - Biotech corporations are clearly running amok.
The latest act in their genetically modified freakshow: the GMO
glow-in-the-dark sheep! Recently, Uruguay's Institute of Animal
Reproduction unveiled the world's first glow-in-the-dark sheep
with the help of genetic modification.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Feds delay approval of new Monsanto crops over environmental
RT - Biotech giant Monsanto faced a surprising setback after
federal authorities refused to approve a new generation of
genetically-engineered crops that could survive an unprecedented
use of herbicides.
in History - Wednesday - May 15, 2013
1702 - The War of Spanish Succession began.
1768 - Under the Treaty of Versailles, France purchased Corsica from
1849 - Neapolitan troops entered Palermo, and were in possession of
1862 - The U.S. Congress created the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
1911 - The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the dissolution of Standard Oil
Company, ruling it was in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
1916 - U.S. Marines landed in Santo Domingo to quell civil disorder.
1918 - Regular airmail service between New York City, Philadelphia and
Washington, DC, began under the direction of the Post Office Department,
which later became the U.S. Postal Service.
1940 - Nylon stockings went on sale for the first time in the U.S.
1942 - Gasoline rationing began in the U.S. The limit was 3 gallons a
week for nonessential vehicles.
1948 - Israel was attacked by Transjordan, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and
Lebanon only hours after declaring its independence.
1957 - Britain dropped its first hydrogen bomb on Christmas Island in
the Pacific Ocean.
1958 - Sputnik III, the first space laboratory, was launched in the
1963 - The last Project Mercury space flight was launched.
1970 - U.S. President Nixon appointed America's first two female
1972 - Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace was shot by Arthur Bremer in
Laurel, MD while campaigning for the U.S. presidency. Wallace was
paralyzed by the shot.
1975 - The merchant ship U.S. Mayaguez was recaptured from Cambodia's
1980 - The first transcontinental balloon crossing of the United States
1988 - The Soviet Union began their withdrawal of its 115,000 troops
from Afghanistan. Soviet forces had been there for more than eight
1997 - The Space shuttle Atlantis blasted off to deliver urgently needed
repair equipment and a fresh American astronaut to Russia's orbiting Mir
1999 - The Russian parliament was unable a attain enough votes to
impeach President Boris Yeltsin.
building military base near Iran
Press TV - Press TV’s correspondent in Afghanistan says the base is
being built in an area known as Chahlang in Farah province. The site of
the construction is three kilometers from the Iranian border.
Netanyahu visits Putin in bid to sway Russia on Syria
AFP - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Russian President
Vladimir Putin on Tuesday to warn Moscow against sending arms to Syria
as alarm grows over the spiralling death toll in the conflict.
Syrian Rebel Eats Soldier's Heart: Paid For By The U.S. Taxpayer
Activist Post - In a shocking video that has recently emerged out of
Syria, Syrian “rebel” leader Abu Sakkar is seen cutting out the heart of
a Syrian soldier and then biting it for the camera to see. Shortly
before biting the man’s heart, Sakkar states to the camera “I swear to
God we will eat your hearts and your livers.”
Germany to investigate Western pharm companies over ‘human guinea pig’
RT - German authorities are planning to launch an investigation into
tens of thousands of patients in former East Germany who were allegedly
used for drug trials without their consent “as guinea pigs,” after a
media report sparked a wave of outrage.
won’t attend Iran-led UN disarmament councils
Press TV - The Obama Administration has announced that they will no
longer allow their ambassador to attend UN Conference on Disarmament
meetings because the rotating chairman position has passed to Iran.
ICC investigating attack on Gaza flotilla
Press TV - The International Criminal Court says it has launched a
preliminary investigation into Israel's deadly attack on the Gaza
Freedom Flotilla in 2010 to see if war crimes or crimes against humanity
had been committed.
Canada Contributes to Illegal Occupation of Palestine
rinf.com - While the Harper Conservative government has loudly
proclaimed its close ties to Israel, most Canadians would be surprised
to learn the Tories have decided to make the two countries blood
brothers. In the international affairs equivalent of a Mafia initiation
ceremony Canada has sworn undying loyalty and to be a faithful soldier
in Israel’s cause.
Leaving Afghanistan to cost US $7bn
Press TV - The U.S. military never does anything cheap, and that
includes withdrawing troops. Officials had been reporting vaguely about
the costs of Afghan withdrawal rising, and analysts now say it could
cost in excess of $7 billion.
BP, Shell London headquarters raided over oil price rigging allegations
Press TV - Two of Britain’s biggest oil companies British Petroleum (BP)
and Royal Dutch Shell have been raided by European regulators over
allegations of manipulating the oil price since 2002.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: AP probe: White House claims no knowledge, Justice Dept
RT - The White House has denied any prior knowledge of the
Justice Department’s investigation of the Associated Press. US
Attorney General has defended the probe, saying the “aggressive
action” was in response to national security being put at risk.
VIDEO: Benghazi, IRS, AP scandals -- will buck ever stop with
Fox News - The first question for White House spokesman Jay
Carney at Tuesday's press briefing went right to the heart of
the growing crisis facing President Obama: In the matters of the
Benghazi terror attack, the IRS targeting conservative groups,
the Justice Department going after AP phone records, “…doesn’t
responsibility for setting tone, setting direction ultimately
rest with the president?”
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder to gun, ammo makers: Missouri is open for
Activist Post - Lt. Governor Peter Kinder today urged Gov. Nixon
and legislative leaders to back efforts to recruit firearms
manufacturers to Missouri.... Meanwhile, Joplin State Rep. Bill
White has filed legislation that would give similar businesses
tax incentives to relocate to Missouri.
U.S. Taxpayers Footing Bill That Promotes Monsanto Abroad:
Huffington Post - A review of 926 diplomatic cables of
correspondence to and from the U.S. State Department and
embassies in more than 100 countries found that State Department
officials actively promoted the commercialization of specific
biotech seeds, according to the report issued by Food & Water
Watch, a nonprofit consumer protection group.
Pentagon Unilaterally Grants Itself Authority Over ‘Civil
Long Island Press - By making a few subtle changes to a
regulation in the U.S. Code titled “Defense Support of Civilian
Law Enforcement Agencies” the military has quietly granted
itself the ability to police the streets without obtaining prior
local or state consent, upending a precedent that has been in
place for more than two centuries.
National Journal's Ron Fournier Obama's 'Chilling' Message To
Whistleblowers: 'We're Watching You'
xrepublic.tv 5/14/13 - Ron Fournier, editorial director for the
National Journal, tore into the White House in an appearance on
MSNBC on Tuesday over the news that the Department of Justice
had obtained two months of telephone records.
VIDEO: Rand Paul: AP Phone Spying Proves Obama is “Drunk on
Daily Paul - Senator Rand Paul responded to the barrage of
scandals to hit the Obama administration, from Benghazi, to the
IRS targeting conservatives, to the Justice Department spying on
Associated Press reporters, by accusing President Obama of being
“drunk on power.”
VIDEO: California Police Break into Private Residence, Taze
Infowars.com - Displaying utter disregard for the US
Constitution, one of four police officers announces they will
enter the home due to a domestic violence call, as the persons
inside the house argue, “There is no domestic violence, just an
argument with yelling,” and relay sections of the Fourth
Amendment that dictate probable cause and a warrant be obtained
prior to police entering someone’s home.
Shootings by Philly Police Soar as Violent Crime Plummets
Philly.com - The number of shootings by police in 2012 resulting
in death or injury climbed to the highest level it’s been in 10
years. Philadelphia police shot 52 suspects last year while
responding to calls for reported crimes. Of those shot, 15
people died. And the city's own police watchdog says the
department hasn't provided a reason for the increase.
YouTube: Government Orders Youtube to Censor March on Monsanto,
D.C. & Protest Videos
They are attacking are freedom of speech on the world wide web!
Amid Economic Collapse, South Carolina Approves Another $1M for
Activist Post - A little over a week ago, on May 7, 2013 and in
the midst of a worldwide economic depression, Columbia, South
Carolina City Council members met to discuss the funding of a
million dollar project even as the State government continued
its regularly scheduled hysteria over budgets, spending, and
Feds seize money from Dwolla account belonging to top Bitcoin
exchange Mt. Gox
arstechnica.com - The Department of Homeland Security has
apparently shut down a key mobile payments account associated
with Mt. Gox, the largest Bitcoin exchange.
VIDEO: Florida Intentionally Shortened Yellow Traffic Light
Lengths To Raise 50 Million In Additional Ticket Revenues
wtsp.com - A subtle, but significant tweak to Florida's rules
regarding traffic signals has allowed local cities and counties
to shorten yellow light intervals, resulting in millions of
dollars in additional red light camera fines.
Progressive Group: IRS Gave Us Conservative Groups' Confidential
Breitbart - The progressive-leaning investigative journalism
group ProPublica says the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) office
that targeted and harassed conservative tax-exempt groups during
the 2012 election cycle gave the progressive group nine
confidential applications of conservative groups whose
tax-exempt status was pending.
IRS Flagged "Patriot" Groups Beyond Cincinnati, Report
Activist Post - The scope of the investigation has widened to
include Washington D.C. and California after the Washington Post
received documents to suggest that the same focus on
conservative-based groups was being undertaken in those
locations as well.
KMOV Anchor: The IRS is targeting me
Politico - Larry Conners, a veteran local news anchor at KMOV
Channel 4 in St. Louis, says that the Internal Revenue Service
has been targeting him since an April 2012 interview he
conducted with President Obama -- a fact that he dismissed as
coincidence until the recent reports about the IRS targeting
VIDEO/ARTICLE: Cleta Mitchell to Newsmax: IRS Scandal
Reaches to White House
Newsmax - Cleta Mitchell, one of Washington's most respected
elections attorneys, told Newsmax she has tangible proof that
high-ranking IRS officials in Washington were fully aware of the
agency's campaign to target conservative groups for heightened
scrutiny, despite their denials.
Wells Fargo sued on claims it wrongfully litigated California
man to death
RT - Larry Delassus’ heart stopped on December 19, 2012 during a
court hearing against Wells Fargo, the bank that had for two
years demanded he pay more than ten thousand dollars of his
neighbor's late property taxes and is now being sued for
Fort Hood assault prevention chief under investigation
USA Today - A sergeant in charge of sexual assault prevention at
Fort Hood is under investigation for sexual assault, the
Pentagon announced Tuesday night. The soldier, whose name has
not been released, is being investigated for abusive sexual
contact, pandering, assault and maltreatment of subordinates.
ExxonMobil Arkansas oil spill poses health risks for locals
RT - After 210,000 gallons of heavy crude spilled into an
Arkansas community, ExxonMobil assured residents that toxic
chemicals have remained at safe levels. But locals say they are
suffering from deteriorating health conditions and trouble
Court Considers Action Plan for Burning Bridgeton Landfill
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–A judge says he’ll decide by morning whether a
plan to put out the fire and end the smell at the Bridgeton
Sanitary Landfill is workable.
Wind farms get pass on eagle deaths
Sun Times - More than 573,000 birds are killed by the country’s
wind farms each year, including 83,000 hunting birds such as
hawks, falcons and eagles... Nearly all the birds being killed
are protected under federal environmental laws, which
prosecutors have used to generate tens of millions of dollars in
fines and settlements from businesses, including oil and gas
companies, over the past five years.
2 Radical “Brave Choices” to Prevent Cancer: Voluntary
Mutilation or Clean Living
Activist Post - Today the media is applauding the “medical
choice” of Angelina Jolie, who has joined celebrities Sharon
Osbourne and Miss America contestant Allyn Rose in having both
of her healthy breasts removed. Much is being discussed about
her “bravery” in undergoing this procedure “proactively”.
Grapes help protect against metabolic syndrome related organ
damage and diabetes progression
(NaturalNews) Researchers from the University of Michigan have
presented the result of their work to the Experimental Biology
Conference in Boston that shows how consuming grapes may help
protect against organ damage associated with the progression of
Eat garlic and onions every day for optimum heart health,
immunity, cancer prevention
(NaturalNews) Both of these bulbous veggies also contain
numerous compounds that protect against cancer. Perhaps most
notable is the protection they provide against colon cancer.
Studies have suggested that diets high in garlic and onions may
protect against the development of pre-cancerous lesions in the
colon as well as in the linings of the digestive tract and
Nine of nature's most powerful traditional multi-use remedies
(NaturalNews) Here are nine of nature's most powerful multi-use
remedies that have played a prominent role in traditional
Oranges and lemons are being treated with chemical fungicides
and pesticides that cause cancer and thyroid problems
(NaturalNews) Pesticides and fungicides are sprayed onto orange
and lemon shipments to so that they don't rot during long
shipping and storage periods. The citrus exposed to these
pesticides are marked on the boxes with a message something like
Science Confirms Turmeric As Effective As 14 Drugs
Green Med Info - Turmeric is one the most thoroughly researched
plants in existence today. Its medicinal properties and
components (primarily curcumin) have been the subject of over
5600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies.
Amazon launches its own virtual currency
Mail Online - It's currently only available in the States for
Kindle Fire owners, but the Coins can be used to pay for games,
apps and in-app purchases from the Amazon Appstore. One Amazon
Coin is worth one US penny, and Kindle Fire owners are getting
500 Coins ($5) for free as part of the launch.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Florida citrus industry being devastated by unstoppable
(NaturalNews) A tiny insect called the Asian psyllid is feasting
on Florida's citrus trees and spreading bacteria that is
leeching nutrients from the trees... Florida Senator Bill
Nelson, told The New York Times. "If we don't find a cure, it
will eliminate the citrus industry." Florida is the world's
second largest orange juice producer with an over $9 billion
16 Food Storage Tips for the Space Challenged Prepper
Activist Post - With a bit of creativity, almost everyone can
find a bit of extra space for their emergency food storage.
First Major Hemp Crop In 60 Years Is Planted In Southeast
Denver Post - "This is monumental for our industry," said Bruce
Perlowin, chief executive of Hemp Inc. "It will unlock a clean
industrial revolution that will be good for the economy, good
for jobs and good for the environment."
in History - Tuesday - May 14, 2013
1787 - Delegates began gathering in Philadelphia for a convention to
draw up the U.S. Constitution.
1796 - The first smallpox vaccination was given by Edward Jenner.
1804 - William Clark set off the famous expedition from Camp Dubois. A
few days later, in St. Louis, Meriwether Lewis joined the group. The
group was known as the "Corps of Discovery."
1879 - Thomas Edison incorporated the Edison Telephone Company of
1897 - "The Stars and Stripes Forever" by John Phillip Sousa was
performed for the first time. It was at a ceremony where a statue of
George Washington was unveiled.
1904 - In St. Louis, the Olympic games were held. It was the first time
for the games to be played in the U.S.
1913 - The Rockefeller Foundation was created by John D. Rockefeller
with a gift of $100,000,000.
1940 - The Netherlands surrendered to Nazi Germany.
1942 - The Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) was established by an act
of the U.S. Congress.
1948 - Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion proclaimed the independent State
of Israel as British rule in Palestine came to an end.
1955 - The Warsaw Pact, a Easter European mutual-defense treaty, was
signed in Poland by eight communist bloc countries including the Soviet
1961 - A bus carrying Freedom Riders was bombed and burned in Alabama.
1973 - Skylab One was launched into orbit around Earth as the first U.S.
manned space station.
1975 - U.S. forces raided the Cambodian island of Koh Tang and
recaptured the American merchant ship Mayaguez. All 40 crew members were
released safely by Cambodia. About 40 U.S. servicemen were killed in the
1980 - U.S. President Carter inaugurated the Department of Health and
1985 - The first McDonald's restaurant became the first fast-food
business museum. It is located in Des Plaines, Illinois.
1992 - Former Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev addressed members of
the U.S. Congress, appealing to them to pass a bill to aid the people of
the former Soviet Union.
1998 - The Associated Press marked its 150th anniversary.
1999 - North Korea returned the remains of six U.S. soldiers that had
been killed during the Korean War.
2005 - The art exhibit "Gumby and Friends: The First 50 Years" opened at
the Lynn House Gallery in Antioch, CA
Britain to double aid to Syrian opposition in 2014 – Cameron
rinf.com - Britain will double support for the Syrian opposition in 2014
with shipping more non-lethal military aid both PM David Cameron and
President Obama agreed to pressure on Assad while meeting in Washington.
Uganda: Immunization -- Parents to Face Arrest
Dr. Mercola - Parents who choose not to vaccinate their children will be
punished severely, and the decision treated as a crime, according to a
warning issued earlier this month by Ugandan President Museveni.
US military moves forces closer to Libya
Press TV - Washington has dispatched more troops closer to Libya in the
wake of the attack on a US consulate in the North African country so
diplomatic personnel can be protected or evacuated in case of any
potential threat, the Pentagon has announced.
Iran stresses Mali sovereignty, integrity
Press TV - Iranian Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi has expressed
support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Mali, urging
the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to employ its potentials to settle the
crisis in the African country.
Israel tanks, bulldozers invade NE Gaza
Press TV - A number of Israeli tanks and bulldozers infiltrated into
Palestinian-owned lands in the town of Beit Hanoun on Monday. The
Israeli forces also entered Beit Hanoun last week, razing Palestinian
farmlands and forcing the farmers to leave the area.
EU releases bailout funds for Cyprus
Press TV - The European Union has handed over the first installment of a
10-billion-euro bailout to Cyprus as part of the aid package agreed
earlier this year.
France’s Socialist Government Moves to Impose Smartphone Tax
Kurt Nimmo - France’s recently elected socialist government has
announced it plans to further stifle innovation and wealth creation by
imposing a tax on smartphones and tablets.
Half Of Families Suffer In Hospital Under Socialist Medical System, UK
Telegraph - Patients routinely struggle to get the treatment they
believe they need and experience rudeness, neglect and in some cases
physical abuse, according to polling by YouGov.
Hungry? Lacking protein? Eat an insect, UN says
RT - The UN has been working on ways to end world hunger for decades,
but their newest idea does not involve economics, politics, or even
food: The organization is now advising people to eat more insects.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Top Democrat calls for public testimony on Benghazi
htrnews.com - The top Democrat on the House Oversight panel said
Monday that the authors of an independent investigation into the
deadly assault in Benghazi, Libya, should answer questions about
their work at a congressional hearing, not in a private
deposition that the Republicans want.
Police Drone Crashes into Police
Gizmodo - The Montgomery County (Texas) Sheriff's Office had a
big day planned. After becoming the first department in the
country with its own aerial drone ($300,000!), they were ready
for a nice photo op. And then the drone crashed into a SWAT
team. The Examiner reports a painfully contrived police action-athon...
[Note: The article was recently removed from Examiner's site.]
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 5/13/13: What No One
Wants to Hear About Benghazi
Ron Paul: Congressional hearings, White House damage control,
endless op-eds, accusations, and defensive denials. Controversy
over the events in Benghazi last September took center stage in
Washington and elsewhere last week. However, the whole
discussion is again more of a sideshow....
Why is Obama Hiding 6,000-Page Report on Bush-Era Torture and
Why is Torture Still Allowed?
allgov.com - President Barack Obama is currently blocking the
release—or allowing the CIA to block the release—of a
comprehensive Senate report on the use of torture by the George
W. Bush administration CIA that is said to conclude that torture
was not an effective or reliable method of interrogation and
that the agency repeatedly misled the White House, the Justice
Department, and Congress about its interrogation efforts.
Shackles, masks and nasal tubes: Gitmo revises force-feeding
RT - Hunger strikers being force-fed at Guantanamo Bay must wear
masks over their mouths while being shackled to a restraint
chair for up to two hours. Authorities have revised the way they
feed the strikers, comparing their techniques to battlefield
Aurora cinema shooting: Judge approves ‘truth serum’
RT - James Holmes, the student accused of the ‘Batman’ movie
massacre in a Colorado cinema, could be given a truth serum as
part of a narcoanalytic interview to determine whether he is
insane, as a judge enters a not guilty plea on his behalf.
Government obtains wide AP phone records in probe
AP - The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of
telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated
Press in what the news cooperative's top executive called a
"massive and unprecedented intrusion" into how news
organizations gather the news.
Philly abortion doctor guilty in 3 babies' deaths
Breitbart - A Philadelphia abortion doctor was found guilty
Monday of first-degree murder and could face execution in the
deaths of three babies who authorities say were delivered alive
and then killed with scissors at his grimy clinic, in a case
that became a flashpoint in the nation's debate over abortion.
VIDEO: CNN Calls for Real-time Police State Surveillance
Kurt Nimmo - In order to prevent terrorist attacks, CNN argues,
there must be real-time surveillance cameras planted everywhere.
Panopticon technology is required if we are to expect government
to protect us from terrorists and other miscreants, the
corporate media network says.
911 And Witness Calls Of David Silva Beating And Murder By Eight
Liberty Crier - Kern County deputies beat an intoxicated man to
death in the street Tuesday night, then detained and intimidated
witnesses, confiscated video evidence, and arrested another man
who spoke out. David Silva was beaten with batons, left in a
pool of blood until an ambulance finally arrived after he was
VIDEO: Man Loses $160,000 In New 'Policing For Profit' Case
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - NewsChannel 5 has uncovered a brand new
"policing for profit" case -- a case that resulted in a New York
man losing a $160,000 on a Tennessee interstate. Even more
startling, critics said, the case exposes a major loophole
around a new law that's supposed to crack down on such abuses.
VIDEO: Officials found guilty in Obama, Clinton ballot petition
Fox News April 26, 2013 - A jury in South Bend, Indiana has
found that fraud put President Obama and Hillary Clinton on the
presidential primary ballot in Indiana in the 2008 election. Two
Democratic political operatives were convicted Thursday night in
the illegal scheme after only three hours of deliberations. They
were found guilty on all counts.
Revealed: The 55 questions the IRS asked one tea party group
Daily Mail - The Internal Revenue Service wrote to the Richmond
Tea Party last year demanding to know the names of all its
financial donors and volunteers, as part of a 55-question
inquisition into its application for tax-exempt status,
MailOnline has learned.
Lou Dobbs Rips 'Nixonian' Obama For Lying 'Through His Teeth'
5/13/13 - Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs stopped by Megyn
Kelly's show on Monday afternoon to offer his reaction to
President Obama's press conference — during which he responded
to the IRS scandal involving the agency's targeting politically
conservative groups. Dobbs didn't take well to Obama's reaction
and went after him for flat-out lying.
FLASHBACK: Former IRS Chief Told Congress His Agency Does Not
Target Tea Party Groups
xrepublic.tv - BuzzFeed has unearthed a clip showing the IRS'
own former head asserting that his agency absolutely does not
target any groups for increased scrutiny based on political
Obamacare: Taxpayers Must Report Personal Health ID Info to IRS
atr.org - When Obamacare’s individual mandate takes effect in
2014, all Americans who file income tax returns must complete an
additional IRS tax form. The new form will require disclosure of
a taxpayer’s personal identifying health information in order to
determine compliance with the Affordable Care Act’s individual
Detroit's Emergency Manager Offers Dire Report on City
NY Times - In a report to be presented to Michigan’s treasurer
on Monday, Kevyn D. Orr, the emergency manager appointed in
March to take over operations here, described long-term
obligations of at least $15 billion, unsustainable cash flow
shortages and miserably low credit ratings that make it
difficult to borrow.
St. Louis Is Burning
Rolling Stone - An underground landfill fire near tons of
nuclear waste raises serious health and safety concerns – so why
isn't the government doing more to help?
Super charge your health with chia seeds
(NaturalNews) To optimize your health look to add two to four
tablespoons of this superfood into your diet daily. Two
tablespoons of chia give you seven grams of fiber, four grams of
protein and five grams of omega-3 fatty acids. The most
bioavailable form of chia is sprouted and enzymatically
activated for optimal nutrient delivery.
Conventional Chicken Found to Contain Concerning Levels of
Arsenic Due to Antibitoics
Natural Society - Did you know that thanks to excessive
antibiotic use in livestock you are actually ingesting
carcinogenic arsenic with your meat? A new study found that
chickens raised with arsenic-based drugs end up having toxic,
inorganic arsenic in their meat.
Vaccine Danger: Merck is Big Pharma’s Vaccine Monsanto
Natural Society - The pharmaceutical giant Merck enjoys vast
revenues if they’re able to advertise and “lobby” politicians to
pass laws promoting their vaccinations, even while still paying
huge fines and settlements for the toxic aftermath of their
other medicinal drugs.
Vaccines Do Irreparable Harm: Study from Poland
Gaia Health - The authors of this powerful new review wrote: “It
is not reasonable to assume that manipulation of the immune
system through an increasing number of vaccinations during
critical periods of brain development will not result in adverse
neurodevelopmental outcomes.” Here’s what they found.
Antiperspirants: Cause of Breast Cancer?
Gaia Health - Recent decades have brought enormous increases in
breast cancer. Rather than look for a reason, most research has
centered on finding treatments, though will little effect on
outcomes. Philippa Darbre, though, has dedicated her efforts to
finding if aluminum, a known human toxin that’s the basis for
antiperspirants, could be the culprit.
Avoid 100 Dangerous Food Additives Causing ADHD, Asthma and
preventdisease.com - Food industry additives and colors are one
major cause of ADHD, asthma and cancer creating a toxic
environment for our children's health. Even medicines for babies
and young children frequently contain these additives banned
from foods and drinks and targeted at children under three years
Proof Positive: Our Thoughts, Emotions Affect our Physiological
Natural Society - Scientists are continuously finding that
thoughts and emotions may have more to do with our physical
health than anything else.
Research Links Music to Increased Immunity, Better Mood
Natural Society - Experts in the field of neuroscience have
discovered that music boosts mood, which changes how our body
reacts to stress, and even ignites some interesting chemical
responses to help it fight foreign invaders like viruses and
VIDEO: Google-Berg: Global Elite Transforms Itself For
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones - [...]Bilderberg is merging
with Google under the stewardship of Google CEO Eric Schmidt, a
regular Bilderberg attendee. Google’s annual Zeitgeist
conference, which has been based at the Grove since 2007,
immediately precedes the Bilderberg Group conference by a matter
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
VIDEO: Monsanto wins landmark patent case in Supreme Court
RT - The high court said early Monday that 75-year-old farmer
Vernon Bowman of Indiana violated Monsanto’s patent rights when
he purchased a mix of seeds from a grain elevator that he later
planted on his Midwest farm. That mix included patented Roundup
Ready soybean seeds manufactured by Monsanto that are sold under
license because they can hold up against their namesake, a nasty
pesticide regularly used on farms.
in History - Monday - May 13, 2013
1779 - The War of Bavarian Succession ended.
1787 - Captain Arthur Phillip left Britain for Australia. He
successfully landed eleven ships full of convicts on January 18, 1788,
at Botany Bay. The group moved north eight days later and settled at
1846 - The U.S. declared that war already existed with Mexico.
1861 - Britain declared its neutrality in the American Civil War.
1864 - The Battle of Resaca commenced as Union General Sherman fought
towards Atlanta during the American Civil War.
1865 - The last land engagement of the American Civil War was fought at
the Battle of Palmito Ranch in far south Texas, more than a month after
Gen. Lee's surrender at Appomattox, VA.
1867 - Confederate President Jefferson Davis became a free man after
spending two years in prison for his role in the American Civil War.
1880 - Thomas Edison tested his experimental electric railway in Menlo
1912 - Royal Flying Corps was established in England.
1917 - Three peasant children near Fatima, Portugal, reported seeing a
vision of the Virgin Mary.
1927 - "Black Friday" occurred in Germany.
1940 - Winston Churchill made his first speech as the prime minister of
1949 - The first gas turbine to pump natural gas was installed in Wilmar,
1954 - U.S. President Eisenhower signed into law the St. Lawrence Seaway
1958 - French troops took control of Algiers.
1958 - U.S. Vice President Nixon's limousine was battered by rocks
thrown by anti-U.S. demonstrators in Caracas, Venezuela.
1968 - Peace talks between the U.S. and North Vietnam began in Paris.
1981 - Pope John Paul II was shot and seriously wounded in St. Peter's
Square by Turkish assailant Mehmet Ali Agca.
1996 - In Bangladesh 600 people were killed by a tornado.
1998 - India did a second round of nuclear tests. The first round had
been done 2 days earlier. Within hours the U.S. and Japan imposed tough
economic sanctions. India claimed that the tests were necessary to
maintain India's national security.
1999 - In Moscow, the impeachment of Russian President Boris Yeltsin
South Korea, US begin naval exercise
Press TV - The United States and South Korea have launched a two-day
naval exercise in the waters around the Korean Peninsula amid regional
N Korea slams US ‘military provocation’
Syrian army seizes control of 3 towns
Press TV - Syrian troops have gained more ground in their battles
against foreign-sponsored militants, and established full control in
three towns in the provinces of Homs and Dara’a.
‘Syria militants hit Lebanese town’
Press TV - The foreign-sponsored militants in Syria have fired mortars
into the Lebanese town of Hermel near the Syrian border, Lebanon’s state
Australian Telegraph newspaper: Unvaccinated children should be raised
(NaturaNews) In a new low for even the mainstream media, the Daily
Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph newspapers in Australia are pushing a
campaign of outright medical child abuse they call "NO JAB NO PLAY." ...
It's a new low for even the Telegraph.
Click here to see the campaign push by the newspaper.
Syrians hold pro-Assad demo in Lebanon
Press TV - Hundreds of Syrians in Lebanon have staged a demonstration in
support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the Lebanese city of
sources: Intense Israeli air, ground activity
debka.com - Various Lebanese sources report intense Israeli military
activity Sunday along the Israeli-Syrian and Lebanese borders.
Tanzanian troops arrive in eastern Congo
Press TV - A contingent of about 100 Tanzanian soldiers has arrived in
Congo to join a United Nations mission aimed at neutralizing armed
groups in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Greece’s youth unemployment hits 60%
Daily Mail - While the overall unemployment rate rose to 27 per cent,
according to statistics service data released on Thursday, joblessness
among those aged between 15 and 24 jumped to 64.2 percent in February
from 59.3 percent in January.
Vietnam suspends vaccine after 9 kids die
zeenews.com - Vietnam has suspended the use of Quinvaxem vaccine until
the World Health Organisation (WHO) gives a report, following the death
of nine children after receiving the vaccine since November 2012, state
media reported. Quinvaxem is a preventative inoculation against
diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis or whooping cough, hepatitis B and H and
influenza Type B.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO/Article: John McCain Defends Obama Against Impeachment For
Senator John McCain, who famously defended his then presidential
opponent Barack Obama against an islamaphobic supporter during a
2008 campaign rally, defended now President Obama once again on
ABC's This Week Sunday, cautioning his Republicans colleagues to
cool it with talk of impeaching the President over the Benghazi
attacks and its aftermath.
YouTube: National Press Club: Karen Vaughn, Mother of Seal Team
6 Member Speaks Out
Karen Vaughn: “I am no longer accepting the things I cannot
change. It is now time to change the things I cannot accept.”
Full National Press Club video and article here:
Before Benghazi, There Was Extortion 17
VIDEO: Washington Post Blames Gangland Shooting on Second
Paul Joseph Watson - Despite the fact that the FBI described the
shooting at a New Orleans Mother’s Day parade as “a flare-up of
street violence” and not a targeted attack, the Washington Post
cited the incident as another reason to push through draconian
gun control measures. 19 people were injured yesterday...
YouTube: Whistleblower Greg Hicks Told To Take Desk Job or Be
NewsmaxTV - The attorney for Benghazi whistleblower Greg Hicks,
Victoria Toensing tells The Steve Malzberg Show that the State
Department is lying when they say her client was not demoted to
a desk job for his role in speaking out. She says he was told
take the job or leave the department.
VIDEO: Presidents of ABC and CBS News Have Siblings Working at
White House With Ties to Benghazi
newsbusters.org - "CBS News President David Rhodes and ABC News
President Ben Sherwood, both of them have siblings that not only
work at the White House, that not only work for President Obama,
but they work at the NSC on foreign policy issues directly
related to Benghazi."
VIDEO: Door-to-door Search in New Orleans After Shooting
Infowars.com - Police are conducting a door-to-door search
following a shoot-out during a Mother’s Day parade in New
Orleans today. According to WWLTV in New Orleans, 12 people were
shot and EMS took nine people to University Hospital. Three
victims are in critical condition.
VIDEO: CBS Anchor Scolds: ‘We’re Getting the Big Stories Wrong
Over and Over Again’
The Blaze - “Our house is on fire,” Pelley told an audience at
Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. “These have been a bad few
months for journalism. We’re getting the big stories wrong over
and over again.”
VIDEO: CNN Anchors Fake a Satellite Interview in the Same
happyplace.com - Yes, those are all the same cars. Apparently
they thought we wouldn’t notice because Nancy is on the right
side of the screen, when in reality she is to Ashleigh
Banfield’s left. See The Atlantic Wire’s
excellent breakdown of the shots to see exactly what
Newtown panel: Tear down Sandy Hook, rebuild
Yahoo! News - The plan approved by the Sandy Hook School
Building Task Force now goes to the local school board and
ultimately will have to be approved by residents at a
Establishment Media Attacks Rand Paul for Saying Globalists
Plotting Against Constitution
Kurt Nimmo - The Washington Post has attempted to write-off
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul as a fringe kook for opposing the
United Nations’ Small Arms Treaty.
VIDEO: Why Are Police Simulating Armed “Angry Parents” Laying
Siege to Schools?
Mac Slavo - There is a new national threat that has, apparently,
been making headline news all over the country in recent years.
According to law enforcement officials in Washington that
domestic terror threat involves armed and angry parents acting
in concert to take over a school.
Montgomery County, Maryland asks residents to hand over their
The Examiner - Montgomery County residents handed over 111 guns,
11 BB guns, 10,000 rounds of ammunition and a grenade at
Saturday's statewide gun turn-in day, according to county police
spokeswoman Lucille Baur.
Security concerns after 500 pounds of still-missing explosives
stolen from federal bunker
Fox News - Around the same time the nation was transfixed on the
hunt for the Boston Marathon bombers last month, thieves on the
other side of the country pulled off a little-noticed heist --
swiping 559 pounds of explosives from a federal storage facility
in Montana. As of Friday, not one ounce of it has been found.
US Business Owners Can Be Fined and Imprisoned for Supporting
Activist Post - The anti-boycott laws, enforced by US Department
of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security under the Export
Administration Act, discourage and even outlaw "furthering or
supporting" the Israeli boycott.... The penalties for taking
part in the boycott range from fines of tens of thousands of
dollars to multiple years in prison.
Seems like a good executive order...but clearly it does nothing
Daily Paul - I'm no fan of EO's [Executive Orders] but this one
from May 9th regarding government transparancy seems like one I
could get behind...until you read the last paragraph.
VIDEO: FAA refuses to tell town officials what the low-flying,
mystery aircraft is
CBS Boston - Every night for nearly the last two weeks,
residents have spotted a low-flying aircraft doing loops over
the city. WBZ has learned the FAA knows what’s going on, but the
agency isn’t telling.
Breaking: Vermont House Passes Game-Changing GMO Labeling Bill
Natural Society - In a legislative blow against GMO giant
Monsanto and major food corporations who wish to keep you in the
dark over what you’re eating on a daily basis, the Vermont House
has passed a significant new GMO labeling bill known as H. 112
by a count of 99-42.
* Related Article/Video:
GMOs Hiding In Almost All Food...And?
Not Good Enough for Pet Food - Chinese Organic Food Scrutinized
at Congressional Hearing
Cornucopia - The House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee
on Europe, Eurasia and Emerging Threats gathered information
today regarding concerns being raised about imports of food from
China that are entering the U.S.
Bloomberg Rocked By Terminal Spying Scandal
Huffington Post - According to news reports on Friday,
journalists at Bloomberg News have been spying on some of the
315,000 customers that use the market-data terminals, sold by a
separate unit of Bloomberg and the primary revenue source for
the company. Those customers include Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan
Chase, whose traders and bankers are reportedly furious with
Bloomberg for what they perceive as a violation of their
Shut Them Down! – Payday Loan Companies Are Making Billions
Preying On The Misery Of The Poor
Economic Collapse - The typical payday loan requires borrowers
to pay about 15 dollars for every $100 that they borrow for two
weeks. That comes out to a yearly rate of about 391 percent. And
the payday loan companies know exactly who to target. They have
set up thousands of shops in the poorest communities all over
the nation over the last several decades.
VIDEO: Firestorm Over IRS Targeting of Patriot Groups
Kurt Nimmo - A report by the Treasury Department’s Inspector
General reveals that senior IRS officials were aware agents
singled out nonprofit groups with the words “Tea Party” and
“patriot” in their paperwork.
* Related Video:
Reality Check Special: Tea Party Groups vs. IRS
Michigan school district lays off all its teachers
Yahoo! News - The Board of Education in Buena Vista, Mich., has
declared a financial emergency. The school district lacks the
funds to pay teachers for the rest of the school year, MLive.com
Marine Corps studying spike in suicides
The U.S. Marine Corps wants to know why. Though the Corps has
previously studied suicides and attempted suicides, it is
launching a project this year to examine the complex reasons
that Marines are dying by their own hand. A team of researchers,
including a professor at Marian University in Fond du Lac, will
interview relatives and friends of active-duty Marines who died
by suicide between 2010 and 2012. Their reports for the Marine
Corps Suicide Prevention Psychological Autopsy Project will be
used to identify suicide risk factors or trends that might be
unique to Marines.
Footage of large breach at giant Louisiana sinkhole
ENENews - May 10, 2013 footage of breached berm at the giant
sinkhole in Assumption Parish, LA:
Watch the video here.
ALERT: Texas Senate Bill 303: 'Doctors of Death'
Activist Post - SB 303 empowers doctors to place "Do Not
Resuscitate" orders in the files of sickly children and the
elderly without their consent. No one, not even the patient or a
member of his family can remove this death sentence. No one,
that is, except a panel of doctors.
New Study Links GMO Food To Leukemia
Green Med Info - A new study, yet to receive any media
attention, reveals the "leukemogenic" properties of the Bt toxin
biopesticides engineered into the vast majority of GMO food
crops already within the US food supply.
New computer chip migraine patch sends drug, electrical current
into the skin
(NaturalNews) A new form of migraine therapy has been approved
by the FDA. This migraine intervention comes in the form of a
patch, either wrapped around the upper arm or thigh. This patch,
which includes a small computer chip, sends out electrical
signals into the skin over a four-hour period, distributing a
drug called sumatriptan.
Thunder god vine compound annihilates cancer in 40 days,
(NaturalNews) Rarely known outside traditional Chinese medicine
(TCM), lei gong teng or "thunder god vine" is stunning Western
researchers with its ability to stop cancer in its tracks - in
as little as forty days.
The top six fruits for energy
(NaturalNews) This may be controversial. Since high fructose
corn syrup (HFCS) has been pointed out as a leading cause of
fatty liver, obesity, and other bad health issues, many assume
the same is true for consuming fruits.
of Unsafe Ingredient in Store-Bought Almond Milk
Hippocrates Health Institute - Most almond milk includes
carrageenan, which is made from seaweed. Not only did I think it
was safe, I figured it was probably good for me, as seaweed is
usually an excellent health product. But as it turns out, there
is extensive research that shows a correlation of carrageenan to
gastrointestinal inflammation, lesions and colon cancer and can
severely worsen any gastrointestinal issues.
Judge Refuses to Drop Order on Contraceptive Pill Without Regard
nytimes.com - A federal judge on Friday stepped up his criticism
of the Obama administration, accusing the Justice Department of
making “frivolous” and “silly” arguments in its attempt to delay
making the morning-after emergency contraceptive pill available
to women and girls of all ages without a prescription.
Triclosan in antibacterial soaps, toothpaste has never received
safety approval from FDA
(NaturalNews) The FDA's own website explains that there is no
evidence showing triclosan is any better than simple soap and
water at eradicating bacteria, and yet many conventional hand
soaps on the market today contain it anyway.
Heightened BPA Exposure Linked to Diabetes
Green Med Info - The researchers found that those subjects with
BPA levels in the highest third (tertile) range of BPA
concentration in the urine had an average of 34% increased
incidence of prediabetic condition in terms of their glucose or
Capri Sun drinks harboring mystery bacteria strains, says
(NaturalNews) According to new findings from microbiologist
Kathleen Dannelly from the Indiana State University, Capri Sun
drinks may harbor more than just fake juices. Her findings
suggest that the Tropical Punch, Roarin' Waters, and Fruit Punch
varieties, are harboring at least five unidentified fungus
More Evidence Adding Nuts Is a Healthy Choice
Dr. Mercola - In a new review of 31 trials, those whose diets
included extra nuts or nuts substituted for other foods lost
about 1.4 extra pounds and half an inch from their waist. ot
only are nuts associated with a reduced risk of weight gain, but
they’re also associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes,
metabolic syndrome and heart disease.
Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration
Wired - Buried in the more than 800 pages of the bipartisan
is language mandating the creation of the innocuously-named
“photo tool,” a massive federal database administered by the
Department of Homeland Security and containing names, ages,
Social Security numbers and photographs of everyone in the
country with a driver’s license or other state-issued photo ID.
US government is now the biggest buyer of malware, Reuters
theverge.com - The US government is waging electronic warfare on
a vast scale — so large that it's causing a seismic shift in the
unregulated grey markets where hackers and criminals buy and
sell security exploits, Reuters reports.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Insanity: US Approves Bee Death Pesticide as EU Bans It
Natural Society - Corporate politics is business as usual inside
the United States, as I am once again shocked to report the EPA
has sided with industry lobbyists over public health in
approving a highly dangerous pesticide that the European Union
recently decided to ban over fears of environmental devastation.
VIDEO: Farmer Faces Over 2 Years Jail, $10K Fines for Feeding
Activist Post - Raw milk drinkers are outraged that Wisconsin
DATCP is bringing criminal charges against a farmer who serves a
private buying club. Do citizens have a right to contract with a
producer and grow food to their own standards? That is what is
at stake in this case.
GMO ‘Botox Apples’ That Do Not Bruise Or Brown Could Soon Be In
NY Daily News - Apple growers in Washington state oppose
Okanagan’s bid to bring its scientifically enhanced fruit to
market. The Northwest Horticultural Council fears that genetic
drift from GMO crops will contaminate fields of organic apples,
and result in loss of European sales, where the crops have not
Irradiation Coming to a Pet Food Near You
Susan Thixton - Irradiated pet food ingredients; no extra
charge. Federal regulations will soon allow irradiation to
destroy nutritional content of pet food poultry ingredients.
Despite the scientific fact that irradiation does NOT kill all
bacteria, and despite the scientific fact that irradiation
alters the nutritional content of food, the FDA is accepting the
petition provided by an food irradiation company and is changing
More misinformation published in major media quoting an ill
Susan Thixton - The latest piece of pet food misinformation was
an Associated Press article published in the Washington Post
titled “Dogged by pricey pet food?
27 Additional Reasons To Use And Store Salt
Activist Post - Aside from all of the uses that salt performs in
terms of baking, food flavor and food preservation, salt has a
number of other uses that you may never have thought of.
in History - Friday - May 10, 2013
1773 - The English Parliament passed the Tea Act, which taxed all tea in
the U.S. colonies.
1775 - Ethan Allen and Colonel Benedict Arnold led an attack on the
British Fort Ticonderoga and captured it from the British.
1794 - Elizabeth, the sister of King Louis XVI, was beheaded.
1840 - Mormon leader Joseph Smith moved his band of followers to
Illinois to escape the hostilities they had experienced in Missouri.
1865 - Confederate President Jefferson Davis was captured by Union
troops near Irvinville, GA.
1869 - Central Pacific and Union Pacific Rail Roads meet in Promontory,
UT. A golden spike was driven in at the celebration of the first
transcontinental railroad in the U.S.
1908 - The first Mother's Day observance took place during a church
service in Grafton, West Virginia.
1924 - J. Edgar Hoover was appointed head of the Federal Bureau of
1933 - The Nazis staged massive public book burnings in Germany.
1940 - Germany invaded Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.
1941 - England's House of Commons was destroyed by a German air raid.
1942 - U.S. forces in the Philippines began to surrender to the
1943 - U.S. troops invaded Attu in the Aleutian Islands to expel the
1968 - Preliminary Vietnam peace talks began in Paris.
1986 - Navy Lt. Commander Donnie Cochran became the first black pilot to
fly with the Blue Angels team.
1994 - The state of Illinois executed convicted serial killer John Wayne
Gacy for the murders of 33 young men and boys.
1994 - Nelson Mandela was sworn in as South Africa’s first black
2002 - Robert Hansen was sentenced to life in prison with no chance for
parole. Hanssen, an FBI agent, had sold U.S. secrets to Moscow for $1.4
million in cash and diamonds.
2002 - Taiwan test fired a locally made Sky Bow II surface-to-air
missile for the first time. They also fired three U.S.made Hawk
2011 - It was announced that Microsoft had closed a deal to purchase the
internet phone service Skype for $8.5 billion.
US drone strikes illegal – Pakistani court
RT - A high court in Pakistan has ruled that US drone strikes in the
country's tribal belt should be considered war crimes, since the attacks
resulted in the deaths of innocent people.
Turkey to support potential US-led no-fly zone on Syria
Press TV - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will
support the United States if Washington plans to impose a no-fly zone on
North Korea calls US-South Korea summit prelude to war
Press TV - North Korea on Friday called this week's summit between the
U.S. and South Korean presidents a prelude to war against Pyongyang, the
Associated Press reports. The North has described South Korean President
Park Geun-hye's visit to Washington as a "despicable sycophantic trip to
please her master."
Navy confirms nuclear-powered Nimitz visit to South Korean port
Press TV - The U.S. Navy officially confirmed Friday that the
nuclear-powered USS Nimitz will, indeed, visit Busan this weekend.
IMF sees first Cyprus bailout loan this month
Economic Times - The International Monetary Fund on Thursday said it
would likely disburse its first bailout loan to Cyprus after next week's
Spain's royal family in danger of losing crowns
USA Today - The former treasurer of Spain's ruling party – indicted. The
former head of the country's Supreme Court – resigning in disgrace.
These are a few of the 1,600 cases involving embezzlement, tax evasion,
kickbacks and Swiss bank accounts by high-level officials that have hit
the desks of prosecutors since the euro crisis began five years ago and
US sending $100mln aid package to Syria
RT - The US has announced that it will provide an additional $100
million in humanitarian aid for Syria, which will bring the total
provided aid to $510 million. US Secretary of State John F. Kerry
announced the new aid during his visit to Rome on Thursday, detailing
that the funds will be used to support 1.4 million Syrian refugees that
have been displaced during the civil war.
Hezbollah: Israel struck to break Syria resistance
Press TV - Hezbollah Secretary-General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah says the
recent Israeli strikes against Syria were meant to force the country to
abandon resistance against Israel.
VIDEO: Al-Qaeda Now in Control of CIA’s Covert War in Syria
Kurt Nimmo - The Guardian reported Wednesday that the CIA’s Free Syrian
Army is losing mercenaries to a better equipped, more disciplined and
religiously motivated al-Nusra.
Britain introduces new ploy to arm terrorists in Syria
Press TV - The British government has been circulating a discussion
paper to EU member states in Brussels in yet another attempt to arm
terrorists fighting the popular government of president Bashar al-Assad
YouTube: Author and scholar Phyllis Bennis discusses likely impact of
Hawking's boycott on Israel
Phyllis Bennis: Hawking's boycott of Israel will shake Israeli public
the way sports boycott affected South Africa.
Brazil Gears Up To Supply Non-GM Soy To India
Green Med Info - Following news that China is ordering non-GM soy from
Brazil, the non-GM soy producers of Brazil are gearing up to sell their
crop to India as well. Soon all countries outside the GM-producing
Americas will be sourcing non-GM soy. Except, that is, the UK, which is
now stuck in a GM ghetto.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: Congresswoman: Obama Gave Benghazi Stand Down Order
Paul Joseph Watson - In comments that went largely unnoticed,
Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R) directly blamed President
Obama for ordering the stand down which facilitated the assault
on the US consulate in Benghazi.
Ohio county strong arming citizens into getting revenue –
compliance sweep of unlicensed dogs has seized 100 so far,
threat to euthanize!
Almost 100 pets have already been seized by the Allen County Dog
Warden since beginning a compliance sweep in recent days.
Allen County dog owners who haven’t licensed their dogs this
year better do one of two things immediately: buy a license
today or hide their family dog(s)! The Dog Warden is doing a
clean sweep of unlicensed pets.
Benghazi Debate Focuses on Interpretation of Early E-Mail on
NY Times - House Republicans on Thursday intensified their
criticism of the Obama administration for its handling of the
assault on the diplomatic compound in Benghazi, with Speaker
John A. Boehner calling for the release of an e-mail that he
said showed that State Department officials believed from the
start that “Islamic terrorists” were linked to the attack but
have declined to say so publicly.
Judge Napolitano: Hillary Clinton Could Be Prosecuted Over
xrepublic.tv - Judge Andrew Napolitano is going on the record
saying that if Hillary lied, yes, she could be prosecuted. Since
we know she has lied, it's time to prepare to charge her. Here's
the relevant quote from the interview...
VIDEO: Clinton, Rice Presented Awards For Public Service On Same
Day As Benghazi Hearing
Steve Watson - As State Department employees divulged
information regarding woeful failures and dereliction of duty on
behalf of both Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice over the Benghazi
terror attack, both the former Secretary of State and the U.S.
Ambassador to the U.N. were receiving awards for being great
VIDEO: Ben Swann: Congress and GAO now investigating DHS ammo
stockpiling + Benghazi Special
FOX19 May 07, 2013 - For months now, the Internet has been
buzzing with rumors of massive ammo buys by the U.S. government.
Now, some members of Congress have taken notice and have begun
holding hearings about just how much ammo is being bought and
for what purpose.
‘Our homeland defense system failed’ - Congress holds first
hearing on Boston bombing
RT - Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis entertained questions
from the United States House Committee on Homeland Security
Thursday morning as lawmakers learn if last month’s terrorist
attack could have been prevented.
Republicans Are Refusing To Appoint Members To Obamacare's Most
Business Insider - One of the most politically intense fights
over the Affordable Care Act was over the creation of the
Independent Payment Advisory Board, infamously dubbed a "death
panel" by Republicans during the 2010 elections.
VIDEO: HHS budgets $150m to teach people how to enroll in
Washington Examiner - Health and Human Services Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius announced Thursday that HHS will spend $150
million to teach people how to enroll in the Obamacare
exchanges, after a Democratic senator scolded her for running a
poor “public information campaign.”
Is the FDA Protecting the Public From Self-Sufficiency and Whole
Foods With LDS Cannery Crackdown?
Activist Post - ALL LDS [Latter Day Saints] Canneries east of
the Mississippi will no longer be canning any food. The FDA, in
their infinite, expert opinions–said with the greatest of
sarcasm–has managed to FINALLY create such a set of conditions
which are impossible for the LDS Church to comply with.
Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why
Despite the 6.5% stock market rally over the last three months,
a handful of billionaires are quietly dumping their American
stocks . . . and fast.
Warren Buffett, who has been a cheerleader for U.S. stocks for
quite some time, is dumping shares at an alarming rate. He
recently complained of “disappointing performance” in
dyed-in-the-wool American companies like Johnson & Johnson,
Procter & Gamble, and Kraft Foods.
House passes 'Pay China First' Act
RT - The Republican-controlled United States House of
Representatives approved a bill on Thursday that would require
the government to begin paying back foreign nations before
spending funds on domestic items.
Eastern Hemisphere Physical Gold Buying is Going to be the
Federal Reserve’s Waterloo!
silverdoctors.com - Connecting all the dots, there is no
question in my mind that the big price smashing of gold in
mid-April was an operation designed to shake loose enough 400
oz. gold bars out of GLD in order to satisfy the enormous
delivery demands coming from Asia, India and even
America’s Roads Have Been Turned Into A Revenue Generating
Economic Collapse - What do speed traps, parking tickets, toll
roads, speed cameras and red light cameras all have in common?
They are all major revenue sources for state and local
governments.... According to the National Motorist Association,
issuing speeding tickets raises somewhere between 4.5 billion
and 6 billion dollars in the United States each year. within
Sen. Warren Introduces Bill To Lower Rates On Student Loans To
.75% For One Year
Consumerist - While commercial and personal borrowers are
currently enjoying historically low interest-rates on loans, and
big banks are able to obtain loans at less than one percent
interest, student borrowers have had to fight against lawmakers
looking to raise interest rates on federally subsidized student
Hanford Nuclear Cleanup May Be Too Dangerous, Future Of Storage
Huffington Post - The most toxic and voluminous nuclear waste in
the U.S.—208 million liters —sits in decaying underground tanks
at the Hanford Site... Overall, the tanks hold every element in
the periodic table, including half a ton of plutonium, various
uranium isotopes and at least 44 other radionuclides—containing
a total of about 176 million curies of radioactivity. This is
almost twice the radioactivity released at Chernobyl...
SaneVax response to journal article promoting proposed
nine-valent HPV vaccine
sanevax.org - The conclusion of the article states, ‘If the
nine-valent vaccine achieves the same degree of efficacy as has
been shown for HPV 16 and 18, and vaccination programs are
effectively implemented, almost 90% of ICC cases worldwide could
be prevented’ is blatantly misleading. The fact is that there is
no evidence that HPV vaccination has prevented a single case of
invasive cervical cancer.
Desperate to stop superbug infections, hospitals are now turning
to robotic UV sterilizers
(NaturalNews) They kill at least 100,000 people every single
year, and the collective medical costs associated with treating
people who contract them tops $30 billion a year, according to
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Feeding sugar to babies before vaccinations reduces crying, say
(NaturalNews) Administering vaccinations to babies is often a
source of never-ending frustration for the common quack. Babies
dislike having their skin pierced with metal needles, it seems,
and their ensuing screaming and thrashing often hinder the
Black bean broth: Treatment for arthritis, gout and joint pain
(NaturalNews) Anecdotal evidence shows that the broth of cooked
black beans is a curative arthritis treatment, possessing high
amounts of anthocyanins, the same nutrients found in tart cherry
juice, pomegranates, and red wine.
Announcing New Transparency Bill to Disclose Vaccine Ingredients
vactruth.com - VacTruth has been informed that Representative
Andrea Boland of Sanford, Maine, has gained enough votes in
committee to go to the state legislative floor with a bill
allowing greater transparency in the disclosure of vaccine
Viruses: What’s with them?
Activist Post - Did you ever wonder what’s going on with all
those viruses and the numbers attached to them? Since everyone
at the U.S. CDC/FDA seems to be gearing up for a new pandemic
virus out of China, the H7N9, perhaps we ought to become
acquainted with the numerous strains of viruses.
Study Finds Avocado-Eaters to be Especially Healthy
Natural Society - According to a recent study published in
Nutrition Journal, eating avocados is associated with a lower
body weight, lower BMI and waist circumference (a risk factor
for heart disease and diabetes), higher “good” cholesterol, a
lower intake of added sugars, better diet quality overall, and
higher nutrient intake levels.
Pentagon wants ‘human surrogate’ for ray gun tests
Wired - In its latest round of small business research
proposals, the Navy announced it’s seeking a sensor-outfitted
“human surrogate” for use in an array of non-lethal weapon
tests. That includes “electromagnetic radiation in the L, S, and
W-bands,” noted the request for proposal. Even further, there
are plans to subject the luckless mannequin to everything from
noise, blast pressure, electrical currents, thermal energy, and
light from flashbang grenades.
Washington State system hacked, data of thousands at risk
Reuters - The website for the Washington State court system has
been hacked and up to 160,000 Social Security numbers and a
million driver's license numbers may have been accessed,
officials said on Thursday.
VIDEO: 3D printable gun ordered to shut down by government
Adan Salazar - On the Thursday, May 9 edition of the Alex Jones
Show, 3D printing guru Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed
announced that the US Office of Defense Trade Controls
Compliance, Enforcement Division (DTCC/END) has sent him a
letter requesting the group remove all data supposedly in
violation of the Arms Export Control Act from public access
in History - Thursday - May 9, 2013
1754 - The first newspaper cartoon in America showed a divided snake
"Join or die" in "The Pennsylvania Gazette."
1825 - The Chatham Theatre opened in New York City. It was the first
gas-lit theater in America.
1901 - In Australia, the Duke of Cornwall and York declared the First
Commonwealth Parliament open.
1926 - Americans Richard Byrd and Floyd Bennett became the first men to
fly an airplane over the North Pole.
1930 - A starting gate was used to start a Triple Crown race for the
1936 - The first sheet of postage stamps of more than one variety went
on sale in New York City.
1941 - The German submarine U-110 was captured at sea by Britain's Royal
1945 - U.S. officials announced that the midnight entertainment curfew
was being lifted immediately.
1955 - West Germany joined NATO.
1960 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved for sale an
oral birth-control pill for the first time.
1962 - A laser beam was successfully bounced off Moon for the first
1974 - The House Judiciary Committee began formal hearings on the Nixon
1994 - Nelson Mandela was chosen to be South Africa's first black
1996 - In video testimony to a courtroom in Little Rock, AR, U.S.
President Clinton insisted that he had nothing to do with a $300,000
loan in the criminal case against his former Whitewater partners.
2002 - In Bethlehem, West Bank, a deal was reached that would end the
38-day standoff at the Church of the Nativity. Thirteen suspected
militants were to be deported to several different countries. The
standoff had begun on April 2, 2002.
2002 - In Kaspiisk, Russia, 39 people were killed and at least 130 were
injured when a remote-controlled bomb exploded during a holiday parade.
2002 - In Bahrain, people were allowed to vote for representatives for
the first time in nearly 30 years. Women were allowed to vote for the
first time in the country's history.
Jordan summons Israeli envoy
Press TV - The Israeli ambassador was summoned on Wednesday by Jordan’s
Interior Minister Hussein Majali, who is also acting foreign minister,
Jordan’s official news agency Petra reported.
Israel exploited loophole to take 1,000 DNA samples from African
RT - Israeli police have admitted to collecting some 1,000 DNA samples
from African refugees who have arrived in the country since 2012, after
using a security-related clause to open criminal cases against some of
Putin slams ISAF for turning blind eye to Afghanistan drug production
RT - The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) does almost
nothing to eradicate drug production in Afghanistan, and this
drug-trafficking problem will likely worsen in the near future, Russian
President Vladimir Putin has stated.
Italy appeals court sentences ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi to 4 years in jail
over tax fraud
RT - Italy appeals court has upheld the tax fraud conviction against
former PM Silvio Berlusconi sentencing him to four years in prison.
Israel Rescues Al-Qaeda Terrorists From Syria
Paul Joseph Watson - Israel is sending military vehicles into Syria to
pick up wounded Al-Qaeda terrorists involved in the fight against the
Syrian Army before patching them up and sending them back into battle,
another startling example of how the Zionist state is working with its
supposedly sworn enemies to topple President Bashar Al-Assad.
Israel approves 296 new settler units
Press TV - The Israeli regime has approved the construction of 296 new
illegal settler units in the so-called Beit El settlement in the
occupied West Bank, despite international condemnation.
wants to keep nine bases in Afghanistan: Karzai
Press TV - Afghan President Hamid Karzai vowed Thursday to obtain
concessions from the United States in negotiations to sign a security
pact, saying Washington wanted to retain nine military bases in the
country, according to AFP.
Japanese claim on Okinawa challenged in China
RT - China’s leading newspaper has upped the ante in the country’s
intensifying territorial dispute with Japan, claiming its high time both
sides “re-examine” who has sovereignty over Okinawa – which hosts a
massive US military contingent.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Pentagon removes 17 officers from duty to launch
its most powerful nuclear missiles
RT - In an unprecedented action, the Air Force has removed 17 of
its officers from a base at which they had the authority to
control and launch nuclear missiles at the president’s command,
thereby leaving the mission significantly understaffed.
VIDEO: Latest On Benghazi: Continual Live Updates
Infowars.com - Whistleblower: Hillary Was ‘The Only Person’ Who
Could’ve Authorized More Benghazi Security
SEAL Team 6 Families to Blame Government For Deaths
Paul Joseph Watson - With the administration already reeling
over today’s Benghazi revelations, a press release on the ‘Tea
Party Command Center’ website promises “never before revealed
information” about the circumstances behind the incident.
VIDEO: The Real Benghazi Story: U.S. Op to Arm al-Qaeda in Syria
Kurt Nimmo - Last November, we reported that the murder of
ambassador Christopher Stevens wasn’t about a lame anti-Muslim
video. It was connected to an arms shipment as part of the
on-going “creative destruction” of the Middle East and North
Two-thirds of senators to vote on U.S.-Mexico border without
having seen it
Washington Times - President Obama and Homeland Security
Secretary Janet A. Napolitano have said the border is secure and
that the only way to improve it is to legalize illegal
immigrants, which they argue will help authorities focus on
illegal crossings and major criminals. But lawmakers journeying
to the border to see for themselves often come back with a
Americans Convinced Gun Homicides Soar Despite Actual Plunge In
Zero Hedge - Reuters reports that while gun-related homicides
are down 39% from the 1993 peak, only 12% of people believe that
gun crimes have fallen. Non-fatal firearm crimes declined by 69%
to 467,300 in the same period but 56% of Americans believe that
gun crime is higher now than it was 20 years ago, the Pew
Research Center said its poll showed.
VIDEO: Sen. Manchin: Background Checks “Expand Second Amendment”
Kurt Nimmo - Democrat Senator Joe Manchin is trying to get
another background check bill through the Senate following last
month’s defeat of a bill he introduced with Republican Senator
Patrick Toomey. “I truly believe the background check bill is
possible to get passed,” Manchin told CBS News on Tuesday.
Texas House Blocks Federal Gun Control 102-31
Anthony Gucciardi - Introduced by Representative Matthew Krause,
House Bill 928 is among the many pro-Second Amendment pieces of
legislation that have either been passed or are currently going
through the legal system around the nation.
Maryland To Become 19th State Legalizing Medical Marijuana
CBS News - Gov. Martin O’Malley will sign legislation to make
Maryland the 19th state to approve a medical marijuana program,
his spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday, but it remains unclear when
the program will be up and running.
Cleveland horror house: Neighbors say police ignored their
suspicions in past years
Press TV - What the neighbors saw was terrifying and
dehumanizing... Yet the gut-wrenching reports couldn’t persuade
the Cleveland cops to go inside the rundown house - where three
women kidnapped between 2002 and 2004 were held hostage by the
vile homeowner, officials said.
VIDEO: Cop Attacks Special Needs Student For Not Having Shirt
Liberty Crier - A police officer slams a special needs student
to the ground and puts him in a life threatening hold for not
having his shirt tucked in. This is a perfect example of why we
should never put police officers in our schools as suggested by
It’s Dishonest to Talk about Benghazi Without Talking About the
Washington's Blog - Both parties are avoiding the bigger picture
… The fact that Democrats and Republicans alike have been using
Benghazi as the center of U.S. efforts to arm the Al
Qaeda-affiliated Syrian rebels. Specifically, the U.S. supported
opposition which overthrew Libya’s Gadaffi was largely comprised
of Al Qaeda terrorists.
No verdict on seventh day of jury deliberation in U.S. abortion
Reuters - A Philadelphia jury ended its seventh day of
deliberations on Wednesday without a verdict in the murder trial
of a doctor accused of killing babies and a patient during
late-term abortions at a clinic that served low-income women.
VIDEO: Early 2016 Poll: Rand Paul Holds 19 Point Lead In Iowa
Daily Caller - A poll conducted by Illinois-based pollster
McKeon & Associates for Freedom to Choose PAC, a pro-gun group,
found Paul with an early lead over other possible presidential
Are We On The Verge Of Witnessing The Death Of The Paper Gold
Economic Collapse - The legal claims on physical gold far exceed
the amount of physical gold that the banks actually have by a
very, very wide margin. And right now the bankers are scared out
of their wits because their warehouses are being drained of
physical gold at a frightening rate.
Upton reacts to latest Palisades leak
wmuk.org - Upton says he will tour the Palisades plant on
Monday, May 13th, along with Nuclear Regulatory Commission
member Kristine Svinicki. Congressman Fred Upton says he's
"outraged" by a new leak at the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant
near south Haven.
Astragalus Benefits: Energizer, Immune Tonic and Potential
Natural Society - Astragalus is 1 of 50 fundamental herbs used
in traditional Chinese medicine, with astragalus benefits being
Goat Milk vs. Cow Milk: Which Milk is Better for you, and Why?
Natural Society - Goat milk vs. cow milk: which is better? Many
people don't believe in drinking milk at all, but the rest of
the world drinks more goat milk than cow milk.
Simple Steps to Heavy Metal Chelation, Preventing Damage from
Natural Society - Heavy metals can do significant damage to your
body over time. Luckily there are natural ways to expel these
metals from your body and lessen the damage.
Feel Exhausted Everyday? Blackcurrant Reduces Mental Fatigue,
preventdisease.com - Blackcurrant is full of powerful
antioxidants which can help people stay more alert, reduce
mental fatigue and work with greater accuracy while under
significant mental stress. They also have the amazing side
effect of slashing the risk of heart attacks, stroke and heart
Exposed: Biggest US honey supplier admits to laundering,
mislabeling Chinese honey
(NaturalNews) Two large honey packers, including one of the
nation's biggest - Groeb Farms of Onsted, Mich. - have admitted
to purchasing millions of dollars' worth of honey that was
FDA warns public about fitness supplement allegedly linked to
five deaths, but says nothing about pharmaceuticals that kill
(NaturalNews) According to a recent public announcement, the FDA
has received complaints from a handful of consumers over the
years linking the nervous system stimulant 1,3 dimethylamylamine,
also known as DMAA, to heart attacks and even death, hence the
need for a safety warning.
New scientific breakthrough mimics an age-old remedy for grey
hair and baldness: Onion juice
(NaturalNews) What the researchers found was that grey hair is
primarily caused by a buildup of hydrogen peroxide at the root
of hair follicles and that this was due in great part to a
reduction in the natural antioxidant compound catalase. In
addition to helping cleanse the scalp and follicles, onion juice
also promotes the production of catalase. Catalase prevents grey
hair as well as promoted thicker hair follicles.
California, New York and DC look to ban 3D-printed guns
RT - Sen. Lee, a Democrat that represents a large chunk of
California that includes parts of San Francisco, issued a press
release this week condemning Defense Distributed’s inaugural 3D
handgun. “We must be proactive in seeking solutions to this new
threat rather than wait for the inevitable tragedies this will
make possible,” Yee said.
Obama Supports Expansion of Wiretap Laws
Activist Post - Spying without a warrant in America is a crime,
a violation of privacy rights protected by the U.S.
Constitution. Yet, the government is asking technology companies
to commit this crime or be fined for insubordination.
Automated License Plate Readers Threaten Our Privacy
EFF - Photographing a single license plate one time on a public
city street may not seem problematic, but when that data is put
into a database, combined with other scans of that same plate on
other city streets, and stored forever, it can become very
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Hugelkultur: Natural Permaculture Gardening
naturalblaze.com - One of my favorite agriculture experiences so
far has been learning about hugelkulture. The name translates
from German to mean "hill culture", and it's an amazingly simple
concept.... It uses nature's own production to continually
hydrate and feed your plants. And it's so simple. Raised beds
over rotting wood.
Study: Plants 'Talk' To Each Other Using Nanoscale Sound
Waves To Help Them Grow
Huffington Post - The word in the garden is that basil is good
to have around. Plants are known to communicate with each other
via shade, aromatic chemicals, and physical touch, promoting
processes such as growth and defense against disease, as well as
attraction of bees and other pollinators.
in History - Wednesday - May 8, 2013
1794 - Antoine Lavoisier was executed by guillotine. He was the French
chemist that discovered oxygen.
1794 - The United States Post Office was established.
1846 - The first major battle of the Mexican War was fought. The battle
occurred in Palo Alto, TX.
1847 - The rubber tire was patented by Robert W. Thompson.
1879 - George Selden applied for the first automobile patent.
1904 - U.S. Marines landed in Tangier to protect the Belgian legation.
1914 - The U.S. Congress passed a Joint Resolution that designated the
second Sunday in May as Mother's Day.
1919 - The first transatlantic flight took-off by a navy seaplane.
1921 - Sweden abolished capital punishment.
1933 - Gandhi began a hunger strike to protest British oppression in
1943 - The Germans suppressed a revolt by Polish Jews and destroyed the
1945 - U.S. President Harry Truman announced that World War II had ended
1956 - Alfred E. Neuman appeared on the cover of "Mad Magazine" for the
1958 - U.S. President Eisenhower ordered the National Guard out of
Little Rock as Ernest Green became the 1st black to graduate from an
Arkansas public school.
1970 - Construction workers broke up an anti-war protest on New York
City's Wall Street.
1973 - Militant American Indians who had held the South Dakota hamlet of
Wounded Knee for 10 weeks surrendered.
1978 - David R. Berkowitz, known as the "Son of Sam," pled guilty to six
1984 - The Soviet Union announced that they would not participate in the
1984 Summer Olympics Games in Los Angeles.
1986 - Reporters were told that 84,000 people had been evacuated from
areas near the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Soviet Ukraine.
1998 - A pipe burst leaving a million residents without water in
Malaysia's capital area. This added to four days of shortages that 2
million already faced.
1999 - The first female cadet graduated from The Citadel military
Jordan MPs vote to expel Israeli envoy
Press TV - The Jordanian Parliament has voted to expel the Israeli
ambassador to Amman and recall the country’s ambassador to Tel Aviv.
‘US knew about Israeli raids on Syria’
Press TV - Iran’s Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says the United States and
certain Arab states had been informed of Israel’s intention to carry out
air strikes against Syria in advance. “We have accurate information that
the US and some Arab countries had prior knowledge of the recent
incidents in Syria and the bombardment of several areas in the country,”
Larijani said on Tuesday.
‘West seeks to spread war in Syria’
Press TV - The West and its regional allies seek to spread the conflict
in Syria by aiding the militants operating in the country and refusing
to facilitate a political resolution of the conflict, says a British
journalist. “If they were genuinely interested in saving lives …[,]
western leaders would be using their leverage with the rebels' regional
sponsors to negotiate a political settlement,” Seumas Milne wrote in an
article in the Guardian on Tuesday.
Israel arrests Palestinians in West Bank
Press TV - Israeli forces have arrested 16 Palestinians during a raid in
the occupied West Bank, media reports say.
Russia, US to push for global Syria conference to bring conflicting
sides to table
RT - Russia and the US reiterated their commitment to bringing the sides
of the Syrian conflict to the negotiating table, and have announced an
international conference to be called by the end of May which will serve
as a follow-up to the Geneva communiqué.
IDF complains to UN over Syrian mortars that land in Israel
jpost.com - The IDF on Monday filed a complaint with the UN over two
mortal shells that were launched from Syria and exploded in the Golan
Heights. The mortars landed in open areas and no injuries were reported.
Initial indications were that the shells were accidentally fired into
Israel in the midst of a battle between the Syrian army and rebels.
YouTube: Syria: Media War of Words | Weapons of Mass Distraction
RT - Abby Martin takes with a look at the conflicting reports about
chemical weapons being used in Syria, news of Israeli airstrikes in
Damascus, and the importance of taking information from the corporate
media on this issue with a grain of salt.
Syria Traffic Goes "Dark" As Country Disappears From Internet
Zero Hedge - While there have been no new military attacks on Syria
since Sunday morning, something more peculiar happened in the past few
hours, when according to Akamai and various other Internet traffic
trackers, Syria has literally gone "dark", or, as Umbrella Security Labs
describes it, as if "Syria has largely disappeared from the Internet."
Land grab: Israeli govt backs bill to forcibly relocate up to 40,000
RT - Israeli Cabinet ministers are backing a draft law to demolish
Bedouin villages in the country's Negev Desert and relocate residents to
state-approved settlements. If adopted, the country's latest ethnic
cleansing project will affect tens of thousands.
North Korea removes missiles from launch sites
RT - In a sudden de-escalation of tension on the Korean Peninsula,
Pyongyang has removed two of its ballistic missile units from their
launching positions, US officials confirmed. Two Musudan missiles,
capable of hitting targets 2,500 miles away, were withdrawn from a
launch site in the eastern part of the country and moved to a storage
facility, several US officials who chose to remain anonymous told the
Police Confirm Bilderberg 2013 to Take Place in Watford, UK
Paul Joseph Watson - Hertfordshire Police have confirmed that the 2013
Bilderberg Group meeting will take place at the Grove luxury hotel in
Watford, United Kingdom early next month as over 100 of the world’s most
influential power brokers will meet clandestinely to discuss global
policy behind closed doors.
May 25 ‘March Against Monsanto’ planned for over 30 countries
March Against Monsanto - Currently, marches are being planned on six
continents, in 36 countries, totaling events in over 250 cities, and in
the US, events are slated to occur simultaneously at 11 a.m. Pacific in
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: White House Refuses To Address Questions On Benghazi
Stand Down Order
Steve Watson - In a remarkable exchange Monday, White House
Press Secretary Jay Carney failed to directly address questions
regarding explosive claims by a whistleblower that US Special
forces personnel were ordered to stand down as the attack on the
US embassy was taking place.
Brewer signs bill authorizing volunteer state militia
azcapitoltimes.com - Gov. Jan Brewer has signed a bill creating
a state militia that she could deploy at any time, and for any
reason. The bill, SB1495, creates a volunteer state militia,
separate and apart from the National Guard.
VIDEO: D.C. Police Chief: We Will Arrest Adam Kokesh and Open
Infowars.com - District of Columbia Metropolitan Police
Department Chief Cathy Lanier says she will arrest Adam Kokesh
and any other protesters who violate the district’s gun laws.
“Passing into the District of Columbia with loaded firearms is a
violation of the law and we’ll have to treat it as such,” she
told NewsChannel 8.
Eyewitnesses: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Did Not Shoot Boston Cop
Paul Joseph Watson - Eyewitnesses to the shootout involving the
alleged Boston bombers have thrown up another contradiction to
the official narrative, asserting that MBTA Transit Police
Officer Richard H. Donohue Jr. was not shot by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
but by other cops in a friendly fire incident.
VIDEO: Mother Of Slain Benghazi Victim Rips Hillary Clinton: "I
realclearpolitics.com - Pat Smith's son Sean Smith, a State
Department information officer, was one of four Americans killed
during the attack.
Biden Wants Pastors, Rabbis and Nuns to Tell Their Flocks:
Enacting More Gun Control Is the Moral Thing to Do
12160.info - Biden met for two-and-a-half hours Monday with more
than a dozen leaders from various faith communities – Christian,
Jewish, Muslim and Sikh, to name a few. Both Biden and the faith
leaders encouraged each other not to give up on what has been an
arduous and thus far fruitless effort by Biden and President
Barack Obama to pass new gun laws in the wake of December’s
schoolhouse shooting in Connecticut.
VIDEO: Virginia Students Suspended for Pointing Pencils and
Making Gun Noises
Adan Salazar - Late last week, seven-year-old Christopher
Marshall was taking on the role of a marine and his friend “a
bad guy” when their teacher spotted them pointing pencils at
each other and pretend shooting.
All Depositors Everywhere Should be Scared for their Money-Rick
silverdoctors.com - Trader and forecaster Rick Ackerman says,
“As far as the Fed getting off the easing regimen, it’s not
possible . . .You’d kill the system right now. There’s no way
out, and although we put off the day of reckoning, it can’t be
put off indefinitely.”... Ackerman fears confiscation of bank
deposits and says, “All depositors everywhere should be scared
for their money.
10,962,532: U.S. Disability Beneficiaries Exceed Population of
CNS News - The total number of people in the United States now
receiving federal disability benefits hit a record 10,962,532
million in April, which exceeds the 10,815,197 people who live
in the nation of Greece.
The Price Of Copper And 11 Other Recession Indicators That Are
Activist Post - There are a dozen significant economic
indicators that are warning that the U.S. economy is heading
into a recession. The Dow may have soared past the 15,000 mark,
but the economic fundamentals are telling an entirely different
story. If historical patterns hold up, the economy is heading
for a very rocky stretch.
YouTube: Economic Collapse This Year - Mike Rivero
FinanceAndLiberty.com - Elijah Johnson interviews Mike Rivero.
Report: Legalizing Illegal Immigrants to Cost $6.3 Trillion
Washington Times - The Heritage Foundation said Monday that
legalizing illegal immigrants would cost taxpayers a net $6.3
trillion over the next 50 years — releasing a report that
ignited a venomous battle over an immigration bill and who is
truly representing the conservative movement in the debate.
Social Security Goes After Man For Overpayment To His Mom… From
42 Years Ago
Consumerist - Back in 1971, someone at the Social Security
Administration goofed and overpaid a woman to the amount of
$895. This past January, 42 years after the fact, that woman’s
son says he received a letter from the SSA telling him to pay up
or have that money docked from his tax refund.
Air Force brochure for rape victims: ‘It may be advisable to
Raw Story - A sexual assault “prevention and response” brochure
issued by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) advises victims to consider
submitting to their attack, Wired magazine reported on Tuesday.
“It may be advisable to submit than to resist,”
the guide (PDF)
said in a section labeled, “If you are attacked,” saying victims
should make that decisions based on the circumstances behind
their attack while being “especially careful” if their attacker
has a weapon.
Fire burning next to buried nuclear waste near St. Louis
ENENews - St. Louis Post Dispatch, May 8, 2013: The most recent
air quality data from the state Department of Natural Resources
showed a potential short-term health risk from high levels of
hydrogen sulfide on three afternoons in February. Earlier
testing showed levels of benzene near the landfill’s property
line that would be unhealthy with long-term exposure.
Measurements of radioactivity and carbon monoxide have not
reached levels of concern, according to the agency.
Let Food Be Your Cosmetic: Coconut Oil Outperforms Dangerous
Petroleum Body Care Products
Green Med Info - What you put on your skin goes directly into
your body. Indeed, human autopsy studies have shown that mineral
oil widely permeates our internal organs; major moisturizer
brands have been found to cause tumor formation in treated
animals. All the more reason why we need healthy "food
cosmetics" as an alternative to petroleum-derived body care
The Benefits of Diatomaceous Earth: What You Need to Know
Natural Society - Benefits of diatomaceous earth are plentiful:
DE can be used for everything from flea and tick prevention on
pets to healthier skin and as a detox for you.
Turmeric and Diabetes: This Spice Proven to Fight Diabetes in
Natural Society - Without a doubt, there is a clear connection
between turmeric and diabetes, with the spice proven to fight
against the disease.
How To Clean Your Arteries With One Simple Fruit
Green Med Info - A new study published in the journal
Atherosclerosis confirms that pomegranate extract may prevent
and/or reverse the primary pathology associated with cardiac
mortality: the progressive thickening of the coronary arteries
caused by the accumulation of fatty materials known as
Antidepressant medication linked with increased risk of superbug
Fox News - Researchers from the University of Michigan revealed
that individuals who suffer from depression and those taking
antidepressants such as mirtazapine and fluoxetine had a much
higher chance of contracting Clostridium difficile infection
(CDI) – a life threatening infection that can cause severe
diarrhea and inflammation of the colon.
More US babies die on their first day than in 68 other
countries, report shows
NBC News - “The United States has the highest first-day death
rate in the industrialized world. An estimated 11,300 newborn
babies die each year in the United States on the day they are
born. This is 50 percent more first-day deaths than all other
industrialized countries combined.”
Google Falsely Accuses Infowars, Drudge of Malware
Kurt Nimmo - Editor’s note: Infowars.com’s IT department has
scanned our system and reports that we do not carry content from
um.eqads.com as Google tells visitors to the site. How best to
scare people away from alternative media? Make them think Drudge
Report and Infowars.com web pages contain malicious software. An
effort to scare folks away from alternative media?
Senate Passes Internet Tax Bill- See How Your Senator Voted:
House Puts The Brakes On
Susan Duclos - The Senate passed an internet tax bill on Monday,
with a vote of 69 to 27 with 4 note voting. The roll call of how
each Senator voted will be listed below, by position. The House
of Representatives has put the brakes on that version of the
bill and lawmakers claim if it passes it will be very different
from the Senate's version of the bill.
Cody Wilson's 100% 3D-Printed Liberator HandGun: 50,000+
Downloads in ONE Day!
Daily Paul - The plastic firearm that can be churned out on a
3-D printer and easily assembled was downloaded at least 50,000
times Monday, according to the self-described anarchist who made
it available for free online. Cody Wilson of Defense
Distributed, a collective of gun advocates, said the most
downloads were done in Spain followed by the United States.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Illinois Seeks to Diminish Raw Milk, Prohibit 'Herd-sharing'
Activist Post - A creepy omen has taken place in Illinois.
Health department agents speaking at the department's Dairy Work
Group meeting at the IL Corn Growers Association saw a vacuum in
raw milk regulations. Uh oh, got to fill that void and tack on
Comparison of GMO and non-GMO corn - the real statistics will
(NaturalNews) The Corn Comparison Report detailed the
nutritional deficiencies of GMO corn compared to regular organic
corn. The report reveals the stunning levels of glyphosate in
GMO corn and the amount of vital nutrients that have been drawn
Which Side of The Fence?
Susan Thixton - The question "Do you support or oppose required
GMO labeling of pet foods?" was sent to over 80 pet food
manufacturers. Here are the responses we have received thus
in History - Tuesday - May 7, 2013
1763 - Indian chief Pontiac began all out war on the British in New
1789 - The first U.S. Presidential Inaugural Ball was held in New York
1800 - The U.S. Congress divided the Northwest Territory into two parts.
The western part became the Indiana Territory and the eastern section
remained the Northwest Territory.
1915 - The Lusitania, a civilian ship, was sunk by a German submarine.
1,201 people were killed.
1940 - Winston Churchill became British Prime Minister.
1942 - In the Battle of the Coral Sea, Japanese and American navies
attacked each other with carrier planes. It was the first time in the
history of naval warfare where two enemy fleets fought without seeing
1943 - The last major German strongholds in North Africa, Tunis and
Bizerte, fell to Allied forces.
1945 - Germany signed unconditional surrender ending World War II. It
would take effect the next day.
1951 - Russia was admitted to participate in the 1952 Olympic Games by
the International Olympic Committee.
1954 - The United States and the United Kingdom rejected the Soviet
Union's bid to join NATO.
1960 - Leonid Brezhnev became president of the Soviet Union.
1975 - U.S. President Ford declared an end to the Vietnam War.
1984 - A $180 million out-of-court settlement was announced in the Agent
Orange class-action suit brought by Vietnam veterans who claimed they
had suffered injury from exposure to the defoliant while serving in the
1987 - Shelly Long, as Diane Chambers, made her last appearance as a
regular on the TV show "Cheers."
1992 - A 203-year-old proposed constitutional amendment barring the U.S.
Congress from giving itself a midterm pay raise was ratified as the 27th
1997 - A report released by the U.S. government said that Switzerland
provided Nazi Germany with equipment and credit during World War II.
Germany exchanged for gold what had been plundered or stolen.
Switzerland did not comply with postwar agreements to return the gold.
1999 - In Belgrade, Yugoslavia, three Chinese citizens were killed and
20 were wounded when a NATO plane mistakenly bombed the Chinese embassy.
2000 - Russian President Vladimir V. Putin named First Deputy Premier
Mikhail Kasyanov as premier.
Source: Israeli Airstrike on Syria Coordinated With Al-Qaeda Militants
Paul Joseph Watson - Israel’s airstrike on Syria was timed to precede an
Al-Qaeda-led rebel offensive against President Bashar Al-Assad’s forces
according to Egyptian and Jordanian intelligence sources, underscoring
once again how jihadists are doing the dirty work of the very powers
they claim to oppose.
VIDEO: 'Israel, al-Qaeda ties out in open'
Press TV - “The Syrian government is having more and more success in
reestablishing sovereignty…and so in a last-ditch desperate measure,
this unholy alliance as you put it very aptly, between Israel and
al-Qaeda has come right out into the open,” Dr. Kevin Barrett said
during an interview with Press TV.
Ban concerned over Israel aggression
Press TV - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed grave concern
over the Israeli regime’s recent aggression against Syria.... "The
secretary-general urges respect for national sovereignty and territorial
integrity of all countries in the region, and adherence to all relevant
Security Council resolutions," Nesirky also said.
In Wake of US-Israeli Attack on Syria, UN Reveals Terrorists Not
Government Used Sarin Gas
Activist Post - The reasoning behind recent US-Israeli attacks on Syria
has been undermined further as the UN reveals Western-backed terrorists,
not the Syrian government, deployed sarin gas during the two-year
N Korea warns against provocation
Press TV - North Korea has warned against any provocation during the
upcoming South Korea-US military drills, saying it is ready to
counterstrike if a "single shell" drops across the disputed Yellow Sea
3.5k European Council workers on strike
Press TV - Around 3,500 European Council staff members have gone on
strike in protest against austerity measures.
'Worse than AIDS' - sex 'superbug' discovered in Japan called disaster
RT - Doctors are warning that a drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea could
be more deadly than AIDS, and are urging members of US Congress to spend
$54 million for the development of a drug that would fight it.
Attacking Iran arms in Syria claim psyops
Press Tv - A senior Iranian commander has dismissed a media report that
Israel targeted a shipment of Iranian weapons in a recent act of
aggression against Syria, describing it as psychological warfare.
Russia flies strategic bombers near US
Press TV - Russian strategic bombers conducted flights near the U.S.
defense zone close to northern Alaska and the Aleutian Islands last
week, Moscow’s latest incident of nuclear saber-rattling against the
United States, according to defense and military officials.
Warning! Anonymous Teams up with al-Qaeda!
Kurt Nimmo - How best to pass a raft of new “cybersecurity” legislation?
Make it look like Guy Fawkes Anonymous hackers have teamed up with
al-Qaeda. Just such collaborative attacks, dubbed #OpUSA, for Operation
USA, will begin Tuesday, according to the Department of Homeland
European Commission to criminalize nearly all seeds and plants not
registered with government
(NaturalNews) A new law proposed by the European Commission would make
it illegal to "grow, reproduce or trade" any vegetable seeds that have
not been "tested, approved and accepted" by a new EU bureaucracy named
the "EU Plant Variety Agency."
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Amid new security threats, some in Congress look to update 9/11
Reuters - Now, as criticism grows that the law has been
stretched well beyond its original intent to go after militant
groups that did not even exist on 9/11, some Democrats and
Republicans have begun writing legislation to update the nearly
VIDEO: Clinton sought end-run around counterterrorism bureau on
night of Benghazi attack, witness will say
Fox News - On the night of Sept. 11, as the Obama administration
scrambled to respond to the Benghazi terror attacks,
then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a key aide
effectively tried to cut the department's own counterterrorism
bureau out of the chain of reporting and decision-making,
according to a "whistle-blower" witness from that bureau who
will soon testify to the charge before Congress, Fox News has
60 Minutes Propaganda: “Counterinsurgency Cops” in Massachusetts
Kurt Nimmo - In the brazen propaganda piece below, CBS’ 60
Minutes lavishes praise on the latest gimmick in the
militarization of police.
AUDIO: US Senator Inhofe: Big Sis Buying Ammo To Dry Up Supply
Steve Watson - Appearing on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on
WABC in New York, Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla. said that the Obama
administration was attempting to “dry up the market” and deprive
gun owners of bullets.
Missouri Welcomes Gun Manufacturers to Missouri with Land and
Activist Post - A cooperative project is underway to bring
firearms and accessories manufacturers and distributors to the
Howell County Ozarks region of Missouri. The project was
initiated by a listener of the Americas Voice Now radio program
who volunteered to put up one of three parcels of land to any
manufacturer or distributor who would move to the region.
Gun Business Exodus Begins In Colorado
Daily Caller - HiViz Shooting Systems, a gun-parts manufacturer
in Fort Collins, Colo., will move its operations up the road to
Laramie, Wyo., making good on its threat to pull up its Colorado
roots after Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law several
controversial gun control measures earlier this year.
VIDEO: Obama Urges Grad Students to “Reject” Warnings About
Paul Joseph Watson - President Barack Obama gave a speech to
Ohio State University graduates yesterday during which he urged
them to “reject” warnings about government “tyranny” and to
place more trust in the state.
Big business paid US $36bn to avoid jail
Press TV - Record fines adding up to $36 billion have been paid
out in the last 12 years by multinational corporations to the
U.S. government to settle charges of corruption and fraud.
Silver Coin Collectors and Pawn Shops are Getting Duped: “Very
High Quality Fakes”
Mac Slavo - Counterfeiting silver isn’t new, and numerous fake
100 ounce silver bars and U.S. Morgan dollars have been
discovered to date. But now the scammers have turned their
sights on the official one ounce bullion coin of the United
States – the American Silver Eagle.
VIDEO: North Texans Spend Millions On Non-Existent Federal Taxes
CBS News - CBS 11’s I-Team has obtained a study that says Oncor,
the giant electric utility company in North Texas, is collecting
hundreds of millions of dollars from customers for federal taxes
that don’t exist.
11 Reasons Why The Federal Reserve Should Be Abolished
Economic Collapse - If the American people truly understood how
the Federal Reserve system works and what it has done to us,
they would be screaming for it to be abolished immediately.
New York to sue BofA, Wells Fargo Over Mortgage Practices
Reuters - New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on
Monday he plans to sue Bank of America Corp and Wells Fargo and
Co for violating the terms of a settlement designed to end
mortgage servicing abuses.
East about to be overrun by billions of cicadas
AP - Any day now, billions of cicadas with bulging red eyes will
crawl out of the earth after 17 years underground and overrun
the East Coast. They will arrive in such numbers that people
from North Carolina to Connecticut will be outnumbered roughly
600-to-1. Maybe more.
Peaches, nectarines and berries lower breast cancer risk by 41
(NaturalNews) Women consuming at last two servings weekly of
peaches or nectarines saw a stunning 41 percent risk reduction
for postmenopausal ER- breast cancer, while those eating at
least one serving of blueberries weekly saw a 31 percent risk
reduction, according to one of the largest and longest running
studies ever made on women's health as a function of diet.
Beat PCOS naturally with omega-3 fatty acids
(NaturalNews) Mainstream medicine offers the usual
pharmaceutical management madness for PCOS and PCO-like
syndrome. But there are many natural avenues of managing and
even reversing PCOS or PCO-like syndrome.
Antioxidants can help treat children with celiac disease:
(NaturalNews) A landmark study, conducted by researchers from
the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and published in the journal
Clinical Biochemistry in 2009, suggested that treatment with
antioxidants may be able to significantly reduce the symptoms of
Is There Reason to Worry About New “Most Lethal” Bird Flu
Dr. Mercola - Pandemic vaccines are a high-profit, low-risk
venture for vaccine makers. They make billions of dollars in
revenue while being shielded from liability if the vaccine turns
out to be hazardous, like it turned out to be in 2009. They also
save money on development, since they can forgo either animal-
or human testing—or in an emergency situation, both.
Manuka oil conquers deadly MRSA bacteria where conventional
(NaturalNews) With life threatening instances of methicillin-resistant
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections on the rise, many are
seeking safe and effective alternatives in the realm of natural
medicine. Manuka oil is a shinning example.... Long used by the
Maori of New Zealand, manuka oil has a variety of uses beyond
the treatment of MRSA, including...
Strategies for optimal nutrient absorption
(NaturalNews) Nutrient absorption is a very important health
topic that gets very little attention. The amount of available
nutrients in a food is important as well, but not particularly
helpful if those nutrients do not get absorbed and therefore
used by the body.
NY to Give Vaccines to Minors Without Parental Consent
Gaia Health - On Monday, May 6, a new bill is to be brought to
the New York State Assembly floor which will allow licensed
physicians to administer preventative medical care for sexually
transmitted diseases, including vaccines to minors without their
parent’s permission. This will include the vaccinations for
hepatitis B and HPV.
The Dangers of Fluoride-Based Antibiotics, Plus Natural
Natural Society - There is a silent mini-epidemic among several
people now who have experienced very severe consequences from a
particular type of antibiotic that is too frequently prescribed
for even minor infections. Those antibiotics are fluoroquinolone
based: Ciprofloxacin (Cipro), Levaquin, Avelox, and Tequin.
Nearly All Turkey Is Contaminated with Drug-Resistant Bacteria
Gaia Health - In a report that clearly documents modern
Agribusiness’ utter lack of faith, Consumer Reports shows that
the vast majority of ground turkey sold in the United States is
contaminated with drug-resistant disease organisms, half with
Internet sales tax passes Senate
USA Today - The bill, which passed the Senate 69-27, now heads
to the House, where it faces an uncertain future because some
Republicans view it as a tax increase. President Obama has said
he supports the bill.
Google set to unveil subscriptions for specialist YouTube videos
Financial Times - Google is on the verge of unveiling an à la
carte subscription service for some of YouTube’s specialist
video channels, to finance a broader range of content and add a
second revenue stream to the digital video market leader.... The
subscription service will enable channel operators to produce
different content, such as TV shows and films, a person familiar
with the plan said.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
EPA Slapped with Lawsuit over Ongoing Bee Deaths
Dr. Mercola - The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has
failed to protect bees from neonicotinoid pesticides, according
to a lawsuit against the agency, filed by beekeepers and
environmental groups. Said Paul Towers, spokesperson for the
Pesticide Action Network (PAN),
Woman’s Survival Garden Seized and Destroyed by Authorities
A woman from Tulsa, Oklahoma is suing the city’s code
enforcement teams after they illegally cut down her entire
survival garden. Denise Morrison, who started the garden after
becoming unemployed, had over 100 medicinal and edible plants in
her front and back yard.
Listen to this young lady, Jackie Evancho sing the song called
in History - Monday - May 6, 2013
1794 - The United States Post Office was established.
1846 - The first major battle of the Mexican War was fought. The battle
occurred in Palo Alto, TX.
1886 - Pharmacist Dr. John Styth Pemberton invented what would later be
1904 - U.S. Marines landed in Tangier to protect the Belgian legation.
1914 - The U.S. Congress passed a Joint Resolution that designated the
second Sunday in May as Mother's Day.
1919 - The first transatlantic flight took-off by a navy seaplane.
1921 - Sweden abolished capital punishment.
1943 - The Germans suppressed a revolt by Polish Jews and destroyed the
1945 - U.S. President Harry Truman announced that World War II had ended
1958 - U.S. President Eisenhower ordered the National Guard out of
Little Rock as Ernest Green became the first black to graduate from an
Arkansas public school.
1960 - Diplomatic relations between Cuba and the Soviet Union resumed.
1967 - Muhammad Ali was indicted for refusing induction in U.S. Army.
1973 - Militant American Indians who had held the South Dakota hamlet of
Wounded Knee for 10 weeks surrendered.
1978 - David R. Berkowitz, known as the "Son of Sam," pled guilty to six
1985 - "New Coke" was released to the public on the 99th anniversary of
1986 - Reporters were told that 84,000 people had been evacuated from
areas near the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Soviet Ukraine.
1998 - A pipe burst leaving a million residents without water in
Malaysia's capital area. This added to four days of shortages that 2
million already faced.
1999 - The first female cadet graduated from The Citadel military
Syrian Bomb Leaves Mushroom Cloud
RT has managed to speak to local journalist Abdallah Mawazini, for a
report on the latest developments. “When the explosion happened in
Damascus, all the houses were shaken. There was dust everywhere.
”Everyone woke up, most of the people ran downstairs – to make sure they
are safe. Now we are getting more information. The sound of the
explosion was heard everywhere in Damascus. People are scared.”
Crushing response awaits Israel for aggression against Syria: Iran
Press TV - Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast says
Israel’s acts of aggression against Syria will not go unanswered and Tel
Aviv will receive a “crushing response.”
Tel Aviv will suffer again over attack on Syria: Syrian deputy FM
Press TV - In an exclusive interview with the CNN on Sunday, Syrian
Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad said, “When they attack, this
is a declaration of war. This is not something that is (new).”
Israeli PM visits China after Syria strikes
AP - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left Israel after a meeting of
his security Cabinet and arrived in China for a scheduled visit on
Monday, a possible indication that Israel does not expect an immediate
Turkey to hold drills near Syria border
Press TV - Turkey’s army will stage military exercises in the southern
province of Adana near the border with Syria amid the ongoing turmoil in
its neighboring Arab country.
Intelligence alert over terror attack on US consulate in Mumbai
India Times - The Western Naval command headquarters has alerted the
city police about the threat of a bomb attack on the US consulate here
on July 21. The intelligence was shared with reference to an anonymous
letter received by the consulate-general and American Centre in Kolkata,
threatening to attack both places.
Unprovoked Attack on Syria: US-backed Israel Commits Egregious
Tony Cartalucci - Unprovoked, Israel has attacked Syria numerous times
over the past 2 days, including attacks on the Syrian capital of
Damascus, in what appears to be a series of intentional provocations
designed to drag the region into a wider conflict its US sponsors can
then enter militarily.
‘Israel used depleted uranium shells in air strike’ – Syrian source
RT - Israel used "a new type of weapon", a senior official at the Syrian
military facility that came under attack from the Israeli Air Force told
RT. “When the explosion happened it felt like an earthquake,” said the
source, who was present near the attack site on the outskirts of
Damascus on Sunday morning. “Then a giant golden mushroom of fire
appeared. This tells us that Israel used depleted uranium shells.”
VIDEO: Israeli Air Strike Targeted Chicken Farm, Civilian Infrastructure
Live Leak - In addition to an arms site, Israel’s air strike on Syria
targeted civilian infrastructure as well as a chicken farm.
Did Israel Invade Lebanon?
Kurt Nimmo - According to the Israeli intelligence asset DEBKAfile, the
IDF crossed into Lebanon following a second Israeli attack on a military
research facility located on the outskirts of Damascus early Sunday
Karzai denies CIA cash bought support of Afghan warlords, asks US to
RT - Afghan President Hamid Karzai denies that CIA cash delivered to his
office each month was used to buy the support of warlords who could tip
the country into another civil war. Karzai insists the cash was used for
China food scandal: Rat meat sold as lamb meat
(NaturalNews) Chinese authorities say they broke up a 900-person
criminal ring that harvested meat from rats and other animals to be
modified and sold as lamb meat. This "rat meat" appeared in markets in
Jiangsu province and Shanghai.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
DHS Seeks Millions More Rounds of Ammunition
Paul Joseph Watson - The Department of Homeland Security has
released a market survey asking companies if they are able to
provide 2 million rounds of ammunition within a short time
period, increasing concerns that the federal agency is
continuing its arms build up in preparation for domestic unrest.
VIDEO: Tsarnaev's widow under new scrutiny as investigators find
radical Islamist material on her computer
RT - Investigators are ramping up their focus on Katherine
Russell, the widow of Boston Marathon bombing suspect and
alleged planner Tamerlan Tsarnaev after an inspection of her
computer turned up radical Islamist material, law enforcement
Lock Down Garden Grove: Dangerous Mental Patient on the Loose
Infowars.com - Should the residents of Garden Grove, California
expect their city to be locked down? After Boston was locked
down as cops pursued an unarmed teenager, it may be a
Radio Host to Lead Armed March on DC July 4th 'To Put Gov't on
Notice that We Won't be Intimidated'
CNS News - Libertarian activist and radio host, Adam Kokesh
plans to lead an armed march on Washington, D.C. this
Independence Day. Launched as a group on Facebook, the "Open
Carry March on Washington" hopes to get 1,000 supporters to
march into the nation's capital with loaded rifles.
VIDEO: Kent State was 43 years ago May 4th
Daily Paul - "Ohio" is a protest song written and composed by
Neil Young in reaction to the Kent State shootings of May 4,
1970, and performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
Here is an in depth article...
Nuclear incident drills to start Monday across Montana
greatfallstribune.com - A national exercise, known as NUWAIX
2013, which is executed by U.S. Northern Command and sponsored
by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, will bring about 1,000
people to Montana throughout the exercise.
The New Normal: Boston Bombing Suspect Interrogated Without
Kurt Nimmo - According to lawyers Derege Demissie and Susan
Church, Robel Phillipos, the teenager accused of lying to
investigators after the Boston Marathon bombings, was
interrogated without the benefit of a lawyer.
RT Claims Boston Bombing Was A False Flag Attack
Liberty Crier - From the Youtube Description: Triggers pulled on
4th, 2nd & 1st Amendments distracted by flag waving; clunky FBI
propaganda; and unleash the War on Bathtubs. Seek truth from
facts with former Marine Corps officer James Fetzer, editor of
Storyleak Anthony Gucciardi, the Corbett Report’s James Corbett,
Questioning the War on Terror author Kevin Barrett, Boston
eyewitnesses, and Fmr. Rep. Ron Paul.
Post-Boston: Now You Have to Prove You’re Not a Terrorist
Kurt Nimmo - In a Christian Science Monitor article covering the
case of Cameron D’Ambrosio – the teenager who supposedly made
terroristic threats on his Facebook page – a New York cop is
quoted as saying government needs to implement a zero tolerance
approach to online speech after the Boston bombing.
875,000 On Suspected Terrorist Watch List
Reuters – The number of names on a highly classified U.S.
central database used to track suspected terrorists has jumped
to 875,000 from 540,000 only five years ago, a U.S. official
familiar with the matter said.
Guantanamo Camp Burns Through $900,000 A Year Per Inmate
Reuters - The Pentagon estimates it spends about $150 million
each year to operate the prison and military court system at the
U.S. Naval Base in Cuba, which was set up 11 years ago to house
foreign terrorism suspects. With 166 inmates currently in
custody, that amounts to an annual cost of $903,614 per
VIDEO: Free Shotguns In Chicago: Armed Citizen Project Wants To
Arm Single Women, Homeowners
Huffington Post - A gun advocacy group announced this weekend
their hope to distribute free shotguns to unarmed people living
in some of the most high-crime areas of 15 U.S. cities,
VIDEO: DeMint on Immigration: If people read the bill, it will
National Review - ”There’s no reason we can’t begin to fix our
immigration system so that we won’t make [these problems] worse.
But the bill that’s being presented is unfair to those who came
here legally, it will cost Americans trillions of dollars, it
will make our unlawful immigration system worse.”
U.S. Will Need to Create 'Unprecedented' 35 Million New Jobs if
Immigration Bill Passes
CNS News - Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama), a senior member of
the Senate Judiciary Committee, held a conference call today on
the immigration bill proposed by the "Gang of 8" and said it
will bring 30 million immigrants to the United States over the
course of 10 years and would devastate the American workforce.
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 5-6-2013 ~ Federal
Reserve Blows More Bubbles
Last week at its regular policy-setting meeting, the Federal
Reserve announced it would double down on the policies that have
failed to produce anything but a stagnant economy. It was a
disappointing, but not surprising, move.
US suicide rates surge, surpass road fatalities
RT - More Americans now die of suicide than from car accidents,
according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a
disturbing statistic that some experts say points to the true
depths of the US economic crisis.
Brewer stops plans to make gold, silver legal tender in Arizona
East Valley Tribune - Gov. Jan Brewer refused Thursday to make
Arizona the second state in the nation to declare privately
minted gold and silver coins, bars and ingots to be legal tender
in the state. In vetoing the measure, Brewer said she shares the
concerns of proponents that the dollar isn't worth what it used
to be. And she said it's likely to get worse "as a result of an
unsustainable federal deficit.''
Toxic pesticides burn up in California wildfire
RT - Hazmat teams are trying to contain a massive California
wildfire that is threatening 2,000 homes. Locals are being
warned not to inhale the smoke – especially since highly toxic
pesticides have caught fire and are releasing dangerous chemical
Al-Qaida planned U.S. forest fires
WND - A June 25 FBI memo to United States law enforcement
agencies revealed a senior al-Qaida detainee claimed to have
developed a plan to start midsummer forest fires in the U.S.
World’s Largest Wild Salmon Population Threatened by Giant
oilprice.com - The EPA’s latest assessment states that the
development of the mine would destroy as much as 4,800 acres of
wetlands, and nearly 100 miles of streams, including the natural
habitat of the 37.5 million sockeye salmon, the world’s largest
wild salmon population) that travel each year to the Bristol Bay
watershed to spawn.
Top Insecticide Devastating Aquatic Insects, Threatening
Natural Society - Just days after the EU announced a ban on the
insecticide linked to bee deaths, a new study finds that the
insecticide is killing off aquatic life.
Study finds berries clear amyloid brain tangles to help fight
(NaturalNews)A research team from the Human Nutrition Research
Center on Aging at Tufts University provides evidence to
demonstrate how diets supplemented with blueberries and
strawberries improve behavior and cognitive functions in a well
established animal model known to parallel human metabolism.
Rosemary's aroma may enhance memory and health
(NaturalNews) A new study suggests that essential oil can boost
brain performance. The scent of essential oil rosemary could
boost brain performance and help boost a person's health.
Splenda (Sucralose) Found To Have Diabetes-Promoting Effects
Activist Post - Promoted for decades as a "safe" sugar
alternative, presumably to prevent or reduce symptoms of
diabetes, Splenda (sucralose) has been found to have
diabetes-promoting effects in human subjects.
Diabetes Drugs Cost $45 Billion/Year: Why are we Using Tax
Dollars to Buy 400,000 Tons of Sugar?
Natural Society - It should be alarming to know that diabetes
drugs are costing us $35 billion a year while a great deal of
money is being spent on diabetes-fueling sugar.
Nanoparticles: The Tiniest Toxin
Activist Post - Research at Cornell University, led by Dr.
Michael Shuler, studied how large doses of polystyrene
nanoparticles – a common, FDA-approved substance found in
substances ranging from food additives to vitamins – affected
the absorption of iron: According to the study, high-intensity,
short-term exposure to the particles initially blocked iron
absorption, whereas longer-term exposure caused intestinal cell
structures to change, allowing for a compensating uptick in iron
Turmeric Spice is a 'Superfood Secret' for Healthy Fat Loss
Natural Society - The spice turmeric may be one of the most
powerful substances when it comes to healthy fat loss. Time to
start cooking with the spice!
Zinc Prevents Sickness by Boosting the Body's Immune Response,
Natural Society - A research team from Ohio State University
discovered that zinc “gently taps the breaks” on an immune
response, helping to prevent damaging inflammation.
The Top 14 Fruits and Veggies to Buy Organic
naturalblaze.com - The Environmental Working Group has released
its 2013 list of The Dirty Dozen Plus and The Clean Fifteen. The
suggestions given by EWG are based strictly on the levels of
contamination from pesticide. The Clean 15 list does contain
items that are potentially genetically modified, so you must be
aware of this fact when shopping, as I recommend strict
avoidance of GMOs.
Dandelion: Your medicinal powerhouse go-to herb for spring
(NaturalNews) Dandelion is a common weed flower that is usually
considered somewhat of a nuisance by fastidious lawn keepers. It
can grow wild anywhere. But this weed with it's cute little
yellow flowers packs a punch medicinally.
VIDEO: Are all telephone calls recorded and accessible to the US
Guardian - The real capabilities and behavior of the US
surveillance state are almost entirely unknown to the American
public because, like most things of significance done by the US
government, it operates behind an impenetrable wall of secrecy.
But a seemingly spontaneous admission this week by a former FBI
counterterrorism agent provides a rather startling
acknowledgment of just how vast and invasive these surveillance
3D-Printed Handgun Prompts Congressman To Propose Impotent
reason.com - The legislation (PDF) that Rep. Israel proposes
(that's the nervous fellow himself to the right) would establish
a "security exemplar" as a standard that all homemade firearms
would have to meet. Any weapon less detectable would be illegal.
A similar restriction would be extended to homemade ammunition
Staples becomes first US retailer to sell 3D printers
slashgear.com - While 3D printers having been for sale for quite
a while now, it seems they’re gaining enough popularity to begin
selling in major retail stores.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
As honey bee numbers drop, U.S. sees threat to food supply
planetark.org - Honey bee colonies have been dying and the
number of colonies has more than halved since 1947, said the
report by the Environmental Protection Agency and the
Agriculture Department. The decline raises doubt about whether
honey bees can fulfill their crucial role in pollinating crops
that play a role in about one-third of all food and beverages
sold in the United States, the report said.
Study Connects High Fructose Corn Syrup to Bee Colony Collapse
Intel Hub - A new study published in the Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences has found a possible link between
the practice of feeding commercial honeybees high-fructose corn
syrup and the collapse of honeybee colonies around the world.
The study was published by a team of entomologists at the
University of Illinois.
Heirloom Cabbage Varieties and Other Brassicas
Mother Earth News - Get the scoop on heirloom brassica varieties
to grow, harvesting and storing cabbage, seed saving, and much
VIDEO: The Alarming Proposed Rabies Vaccination Bill That Could
Threaten Your Pet's Life
Dr. Becker - California Assembly Bill AB 272 is proposing new
vaccine legislation that will require puppies in California to
receive the rabies vaccine at 12 weeks rather than 16 weeks....
A primary concern is that too-early rabies vaccination can
interfere with residual maternal antibodies, with the result
that puppies presumed to be immunized against the disease, will
35 Reasons You Should Never Be Without Vinegar
Activist Post - I love vinegar. It is non-toxic, inexpensive and
with the addition of a few drops of essential oil, it even
smells good. Of course you can not use it in cooking that way
but heck, cooking with vinegar is way down there on my list of
in History - Friday - May 3, 2013
1802 - Washington, DC, was incorporated as a city.
1859 - France declared war on Austria.
1888 - Thomas Edison organized the Edison Phonograph Works.
1921 - West Virginia imposed the first state sales tax.
1926 - U.S. Marines landed in Nicaragua and stayed until 1933.
1933 - The U.S. Mint was under the direction of a woman for the first
time when Nellie Ross took the position.
1937 - Margaret Mitchell won a Pulitzer Prize for "Gone With The Wind."
1944 - Wartime rationing of most grades of meats ended in the U.S.
1944 - Dr. Robert Woodward and Dr. William Doering produced the first
synthetic quinine at Harvard University.
1948 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that covenants prohibiting the sale
of real estate to blacks and other minorities were legally
1952 - The first airplane landed at the geographic North Pole.
1968 - After three days of battle, the U.S. Marines retook Dai Do
complex in Vietnam. They found that the North Vietnamese had evacuated
1971 - Anti-war protesters began four days of demonstrations in
1971 - James Earl Ray, Martin Luther King's assassin, was caught in a
1988 - The White House acknowledged that first lady Nancy Reagan had
used astrological advice to help schedule her husband's activities.
1992 - Five days of rioting and looting ended in Los Angeles, CA. The
riots, that killed 53 people, began after the acquittal of police
officers in the beating of Rodney King.
1997 - The "Republic of Texas" surrendered to authorities ending an
armed standoff where two people were held hostage. The group asserts the
independence of Texas from the U.S.
1999 - Mark Manes, at age 22, was arrested for supplying a gun to Eric
Harris and Dylan Kleibold, who later killed 13 people at Columbine High
School in Colorado.
1999 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 11,000 for the
2000 - The trial of two Libyans accused of killing 270 people in the
bombing of Pan Am flight 103 (over Lockerbie) opened.
2006 - In Alexandria, VA, Al-Quaida conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui was
given a sentence of life in prison for his role in the terrorist attack
on the U.S. on September 11, 2001.
VIDEO: Hagel: US administration mulls arming Syrian rebels
RT - The US is rethinking arming Syrian opposition fighters, Defense
Secretary Chuck Hagel said. Speaking at a Pentagon news conference, he
stressed the Obama administration is considering a range of options.
N Korea nukes could reach US: Pentagon
Press TV - The Pentagon said in a report to the US Congress issued on
Thursday that North Korea’s Taepodong-2 missile, with continued
development, might finally become capable of reaching parts of the
United States if it is configured as an intercontinental ballistic
'France to slide into recession in 2013’
Press TV - The European Commission says France will enter into recession
in 2013 with a negative growth of 0.1 percent, Spain’s budget deficit
will resurge to seven percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) in
2014, and Cyprus will head into sharp recession with its GDP predicted
to fall 12.6 percent over the next two years.
IMF sees little alternative to austerity
Press TV - “Returning to out-of-control deficits is not an option.
Stimulus programs are impossible as these could only be financed by more
debt,” said Lagarde.
'US rights report aims to pressure Iran'
Press TV - Iran's Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani says
the US State Department’s "fake" human rights report against Iran simply
aimed to exert more pressure on Tehran.
Bolivia expels USAID for conspiracy
Press TV - Bolivian President Evo Morales says he will expel the US
Agency for International Development (USAID) from the country, accusing
the agency of seeking to "conspire against" the Bolivian people and
Pentagon deploys small number of troops to war-torn Mali
Washington Post - The Pentagon has deployed a small number of troops to
Mali to support allied forces fighting there, despite repeated pledges
by the Obama administration not to put “boots on the ground” in the
war-torn African country.
U.S. Denounces North Korea Sentencing
WSJ - The Obama administration lashed out at North Korea and called for
the immediate release of an American citizen sentenced by Pyongyang this
week to 15 years of hard labor for allegedly committing "hostile acts"
against the isolated communist country.
paid a high price in Afghanistan’
Press TV - British Prime Minister David Cameron has admitted that
Britain has "paid a very high price” in Afghanistan after the Ministry
of Defense (MoD) confirmed new casualties in the Asian country.
H7N9 bird flu causes 27th death in China
Press TV - Medical experts worry about the possibility of the H7N9 virus
mutating into a form easily transmissible between humans. Chinese health
authorities have confirmed the so-called "family clusters", where
members of a single family have contracted the virus.
Senior Scientists Attack Chinese Researchers for Creating New Strains of
The Independent - Experts warn new viral strains created by mixing
bird-flu virus with human flu could escape causing global pandemic
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Tsarnaevs planned Independence Day attack, Dzhokhar tells
RT - Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old surviving Boston
Marathon bombing suspect, has told FBI interrogators that he and
his brother had considered suicide attacks for the Fourth of
July, the United States' Independence Day, before settling on
South Carolina House passes nullification bill to make Obamacare
rawstory.com - The South Carolina state House on Wednesday
passed a so-called “nullification” bill that is declares
President Barack Obama’s health care reform law to be “null and
void,” and criminalizes it’s implementation. The South Carolina
Freedom of Health Care Protection Act was passed by a state
House vote of 65 to 39.
Americans Warned: Home Schoolers Stripped of Rights
Recently, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has said that home
schooling is not a parent’s right. It is a statement some are
saying should frighten American parents. Two of the worst
nations for home-schoolers are Germany and Sweden. If you want
to see what things might be like if home schooling was banned in
America, travel to Sweden, where the government controls
education and the home schooling movement has been crushed.
Mo. Gov. Nixon caught red-handed in concealed carry permit
holder list leak scandal
redalertpolitics.com - Not only has Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon now
admitted that he lied about submitting the names of concealed
carry license holders to the federal government, but there’s a
paper trail to boot. New evidence proves that Nixon, a Democrat,
had not ordered his administration to submit the lists, but that
DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano personally thanked him for doing
so in a letter.
Missouri moving to protect parental rights from federal tyranny
over medicine, education and discipline of children
(NaturalNews) A number of Missouri lawmakers are supporting an
amendment to the state constitution that essentially formalizes
the fundamental right of parents to raise their children as they
Bloomberg Refused Second Slice of Pizza at Local Restaurant
From the Trenches - The owners of Collegno’s Pizzeria say they
refused to serve him more than one piece to protest Bloomberg’s
proposed soda ban, which would limit the portions of soda sold
in the city.
New York Shop Fined $60,000 for Selling Lighter Gun Look-alike
NY Daily News - US Camera & Computers says the city’s Department
of Consumer Affairs was “arbitrary and capricious” when it fined
the store in 2011.
YouTube: It Can't Happen Here!
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VIDEO: MSNBC Guest Who Attacked Infowars Exposed
Paul Joseph Watson - Roger Nicholson accused Infowars of being
insensitive to Boston victims yet jokes on video about people
being blown up. [Warning explicit language in second video]
VIDEO: Rand Paul: Hillary Clinton Guilty Of "Dereliction Of
Duty" On Benghazi
realclearpolitics.com - We've been asking for months to
interview those who were there. How can we try to prevent
something like this from happening again if we don't exactly
know what happened and what went wrong there.
VIDEO: Report: U.S. Government Worked with Bin Laden and His Top
Lieutenant 3 Months AFTER 9/11
washingtonsblog.com - The ACLU described [Former FBI translator]
Edmonds as: The most gagged person in the history of the United
States of America. And famed Pentagon Papers whistleblower
Daniel Ellsberg says that Edmonds possesses information “far
more explosive than the Pentagon Papers”.
VIDEO: Obama’s SS is Here NOW
John Galt - The name which struck terror into the German people
who still believed in freedom and wanted their nation to remain
a peaceful, respectable member within the international
community. Nazi Germany’s SS was a force for terror and
intimidation, creating an aura of fear within the citizenry and
horror for the remainder of the world watching the spectacle of
a police state far more brutal than any in human history up to
Obama Makes May 1st "Loyalty Day" for Citizens to Reaffirm
Allegiance to US
Activist Post - In a Presidential Proclamation signed April
30th, President Obama declared May 1st to be "Loyalty Day" in
America from this day forward so citizens can reaffirm their
allegiance to the United States.
Floridians Encouraged to Report Neighbors Who “Hate Government”
Paul Joseph Watson - A new $1 million dollar program led by Palm
Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw aimed at “violence prevention”
is encouraging Floridians to report their neighbors for making
hateful comments about the government, a chilling reminder of
how dissent is being characterized as an extremist threat.
It’s Not About Guns: Gun Control Is People Control
Anthony Gucciardi - Gun free zones don’t lower crime rates or
even prevent mass shootings, so what do they do? Gun control
allows megalomaniacal politicians to exercise control over
law-abiding citizens through unconstitutional legislation that
paves the way towards eroding the Bill of Rights at large.
Statistics Show You Are NOT Going to Be Killed by Terrorism
washingtonsblog.com - The U.S. Department of State reports that
only 17 U.S. citizens were killed worldwide as a result of
terrorism in 2011. That figure includes deaths in Afghanistan,
Iraq and all other theaters of war. In contrast, the American
agency which tracks health-related issues – the U.S. Centers for
Disease Control – rounds up the most prevalent causes of death
in the United States...
Court OKs Barring Smart People From Becoming Cops (Really)
reason.com - Reader Ryan McCormick sends this amazing story from
ABC News. Robert Jordan wanted to be a cop and he applied for a
job as such in New London, Connecticut. His problem? He scored
too high on the IQ proxy test and was thus excluded from
Feds Investigating Blythe Masters Over Energy Market
Manipulation, Obstruction of Justice, Perjury
silverdoctors.com - The NYTimes Dealbook reports tonight that
the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) intends to take
action against JP Morgan and Blythe Masters over manipulative
trading schemes in the Michigan and California energy markets.
IRS to Spy on Our Shopping Records, Travel, Social Interactions
Washington’s Blog - Starting this year, the IRS tools will be
able to track all credit card transactions, for starters. The
agency has also instructed agents on using online sources such
as social media and e-commerce sites including eBay, as well as
the rich data generated by mobile devices.
30 Toxic Chemicals Found at Exxon Pipeline Spill Site in
allgov.com - The chemicals included include benzene, toluene,
ethylbenzene, n-hexane and xylenes. Exposure to ethylbenzene and
benzene can cause cancer and birth defects, while the inhalation
of n-hexane can damage the nervous system and produce numbness,
muscular weakness, blurred vision, headaches and fatigue.
Your doctor may be misleading you about your lab results and
(NaturalNews) According to Dr. Lee Hieb, an orthopedic surgeon
specializing in spinal surgery and a past president of the
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, a free market
medical organization, the term "normal" can be used - and
misused - in describing the results of lab tests taken by your
More research verifies powerful anti-cancer properties of
(NaturalNews) A growing body of research continues to pile up,
showing that turmeric and its naturally occurring compounds have
potent anti-cancer properties.... Although many studies have
been performed on curcumin rather than on turmeric root itself,
it is important to note that the body absorbs curcumin much more
effectively from the root than from supplements.
Include these seven brain superfoods in your daily diet for
(NaturalNews) You probably know enough about neurological
excitoxins such as aspartame and MSG to avoid them, right? If
not, plug in those terms in the NaturalNews search window at the
top of the site's page and explore NaturalNews archives. Those
are the bad guys. Let's proceed with a list of the good guys.
Decades-old question: Is antibacterial soap safe?
AP - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is planning to
deliver a review this year of whether triclosan is safe. The
ruling, which will determine whether triclosan continues to be
used in household cleaners, could have implications for a $1
billion industry that includes hundreds of antibacterial
products from toothpaste to toys.
Skin Probiotics Offer Best Defense Against MRSA Infections
Green Med Info - Researchers from the University of California
at San Diego have determined that healthy skin bacteria serve as
defense mechanisms against infection, and can fight off even the
sometimes deadly MRSA infection.
DHA from fish oil improves aggression and impulsivity
(NaturalNews) A study of the effect of DHA and vitamin
supplements on aggressive and impulsive behaviors showed that
DHA, but not the vitamins, had a positive effect.
Food investigations: Welch's fruit juice cocktails contain more
corn than fruit: 80% water and high fructose corn syrup
(NaturalNews) If you buy fruit juices at your local grocery
store, you might notice the Welch's brand juices sold in
refrigerated cartons. Welch's calls them "refrigerated
cocktails" and offers exotic-sounding flavors like Strawberry
Peach, Dragon Fruit Mango Cocktail and Orange Pineapple Apple.
(NaturalNews) Did you ever hear of a chemical ingredient called
azodicarbonamide? Me either. It's banned as a food additive in
the U.K., Europe, and Australia. But not at Subway.
Interestingly enough, if you get caught using it in Singapore
you get up to 15 years in prison and a fine of $450,000. And
why? Because it's primary use is in the production of foamed
Brain Region Found to Control Aging
livescience.com - For the first time, a brain region has been
found that may control aging throughout the whole body, a new
study reports. A signaling pathway in the brain region known as
the hypothalamus could speed up or slow down aging in mice. If
it applies in humans, the discovery could open up possibilities
for slowing age-related diseases and increasing life span.
VIDEO: Tiny Device Will Detect Domestic Drones
US News & World Report - A Washington, D.C.-based engineer is
working on the "Drone Shield," a small, Wi-Fi-connected device
that uses a microphone to detect a drone's "acoustic signatures"
(sound frequency and spectrum) when it's within range.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Common backyard weeds for dinner? Delicious and nutrient rich
fare at your fingertips that won't break the bank
(NaturalNews) Instead of signing over your entire paycheck for
organic produce, have you considered the bounty of nourishing
fare growing wild right in your own backyard? Not surprisingly,
edible weeds have come back into vogue as food prices continue
to rise and budgets tighten.
Companion Planting: Make efficient use of your space and attract
Organic Gardening - Scientific study of companion planting has
confirmed that some combinations have real benefits unique to
those combinations. And practical experience has demonstrated to
many gardeners how to mate certain plants for their mutual
Warning To Dog Owners: Xylitol Quick Death
snopes.com - While Xylitol is safe for humans, it can be harmful
to dogs. The compound doesn't affect glucose levels in people,
but when ingested by dogs it can cause a dangerous surge of
insulin. (In as little as 15 minutes, the blood sugar of a dog
that has eaten gum containing Xylitol may register a marked drop
in blood sugar.) At higher doses, Xylitol is believed toxic to
the canine liver. Just three grams of Xylitol can kill a
in History - Thursday - May 2, 2013
1776 - France and Spain agreed to donate arms to American rebels
fighting the British.
1797 - A mutiny in the British navy spread from Spithead to the rest of
1798 - The black General Toussaint L’ouverture forced British troops to
agree to evacuate the port of Santo Domingo.
1808 - The citizens of Madrid rose up against Napoleon.
1813 - Napoleon defeated a Russian and Prussian army at Grossgorschen.
1863 - Confederate Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was wounded by his
own men in the battle of Chancellorsville, VA. He died 8 days later.
1865 - U.S. President Andrew Johnson offered $100,000 reward for the
capture of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
1885 - The magazine "Good Housekeeping" was first published.
1890 - The Oklahoma Territory was organized.
1919 - The first U.S. air passenger service started.
1926 - U.S. Marines landed in Nicaragua to put down a revolt and to
protect U.S. interests. They did not depart until 1933.
1933 - Hitler banned trade unions in Germany.
1941 - Hostilities broke out between British forces in Iraq and that
country’s pro-German faction.
1941 - The FCC agreed to let regular scheduling of TV broadcasts by
commercial TV stations begin on July 1, 1941. This was the start of
1945 - Russians took Berlin after 12 days of fierce house-to-house
fighting. The Allies announced the surrender of Nazi troops in Italy and
parts of Austria.
1946 - Prisoners revolted at California's Alcatraz prison.
1970 - Student anti-war protesters at Ohio's Kent State University burn
down the campus ROTC building. The National Guard took control of the
1974 - Former U.S. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew was disbarred by the
Maryland Court of Appeals.
1993 - Authorities said that they had recovered the remains of David
Koresh from the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, TX.
1994 - Nelson Mandela claimed victory after South Africa's first
1999 - In Panama, Mireya Moscoso de Grubar, of the Armulfista Party, was
Video of Bagram Plane Crash Emerges
An unidentified individual has allegedly captured Monday’s cargo plane
crash near Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, that killed its seven crew
The video was posted to Live Leak and You Tube Tuesday. Pentagon
officials have seen the video and are working to confirm its
authenticity. Read More...
North Korea sentences American to 15 years hard labor
RT - North Korea’s Supreme Court has sentenced Kenneth Bae, an American
citizen, to 15 years' hard labor on charges that he committed crimes
against the state.
US training al-Qaeda in Jordan: Report
Press TV - Fresh evidence has surfaced shedding light on the role of
foreign countries, the US in particular, in providing training and
assistance to the militants and al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria.
UN calls force-feeding at Guantanamo ‘torture’
endthelie.com - The UN bases its position on that of the World Medical
Association, which consists of 102 nations including the United States,
Coville explained. The international organization, a watchdog for ethics
in healthcare, said back in 1991 that forcible feeding is “a form of
inhuman treatment” and “never ethnically acceptable.”
Syrian army advancing in city of Homs
Press TV - The Syrian army has made advancements against the
foreign-backed militants in the western city of Homs, gaining control of
the city’s central district of Wadi al-Sayeh.
‘M23 suspends peace talks with Congo’
Press TV - The March 23 movement (M23) rebels say they have put peace
talks with the Democratic Republic of Congo’s government on hold over a
UN mandate authorizing a brigade to attack the militant group in the
Portuguese protest spending cuts
Press TV - The Wednesday’s protests targeted not only the country’s
political leaders but also officials of the European Commission, the
International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank, who are in
the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, for a quarterly evaluation of Portugal’s
€78-billion (about $102 billion) bailout program.
Stealing Syria’s Oil: The EU Al-Qaeda Oil Consortium
Global Research - The decision of the European Union to lift the embargo
on Syrian government’s energy exports by importing oil from the ‘armed
opposition’ is another flagrant violation of international law.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: Boston police take three Boston Marathon bombing suspects
news.yahoo.com - A spokeswoman at the Boston police department
directed all questions on the suspects to the FBI, which has yet
to disclose their identities. The Boston Globe reports, citing
an unnamed police source, that the suspects are three college
students and that they are suspected of aiding Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
after he allegedly bombed the marathon.
Guantanamo attorney dead in apparent suicide
RT - The body of Andy P. Hart, a 38-year-old US federal public
defender, was found last week with a self-inflicted gunshot
wound. According to Truthout, an investigative blog, news of the
attorney’s death came only this Wednesday from an investigator
working on Guantanamo detainees’ habeas corpus petitions. That
investigator requested anonymity.
The Defense-VA-Vendor Conference Nobody Wants You to Know About
An outfit called the Defense Strategies Institute will hold a
conference in Alexandria, Va., May 15-16 on the Defense and
Veterans Affairs departments’ planned integrated electronic
health record featuring high ranking speakers from both
departments. Any vendor who wants to attend can do so. But the
media will be prohibited.
Why no press coverage of a discussion that affects every member
of the military and millions of veterans?
Pentagon May Court Martial Soldiers Who Share Christian Faith
Breitbart - The Pentagon has released a statement confirming
that soldiers could be prosecuted for promoting their faith:
"Religious proselytization is not permitted within the
Department of Defense...Court martials and non-judicial
punishments are decided on a case-by-case basis...”.
VIDEO: DIY Law Enforcement in Cash-Strapped Oregon County
Liberty Crier - “They will not send an officer out, so we are on
our own totally,” says Sam Nichols, co-founder of Citizens
Against Crime. CAC is a group of around 20 armed volunteers who
have been conducting routine patrols in and around O’Brien,
Oregon since last summer. CAC patrols “are always a minimum of
two people,” says Nichols, precisely because they want to avoid
the kind of thing “that happened in Florida, the case where
Zimmerman shot the boy.”
US senators introduce bill to prevent government departments
from stockpiling ammo
(NaturalNews) The bill, according to a statement from Sen.
Inhofe, would require the Government Accountability Office (GAO)
to conduct a report on the purchasing of ammunition by federal
agencies, except the Department of Defense, and its effect on
the supply of ammunition available to the public.
Explosive Gun Control Documentary ‘Disarmed’ by Anthony
Gucciardi Released For Free Online
Anthony Gucciardi - The explosive gun control documentary
Disarmed: A History of Gun Control, which examines the true
statistics behind firearm use and gun control legislation, has
released for free online.
US Army Warns of May 2nd Terror Threat
Paul Joseph Watson - The Department of Defense and the US Army
are warning of a possible terror threat to coincide with the
second anniversary of the death of Osama Bin Laden, according to
a memo sent to Infowars by a source based at Fort Hood.
VIDEO/ARTICLE: FBI Whistleblower Says That The CIA Was
Involved in The Boston Bombings
Intel Hub - FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds who is familiar with
Graham Fuller’s involvement in backing terrorist operations
overseas has stepped forward with new details about Fuller.
Oregon Teachers Traumatized by Unannounced Shooter Drill
thedailysheeple.com - Panic erupted on Friday at Pine Eagle
Charter school in rural Oregon when two masked men carrying
handguns burst into a teachers’ lounge and opened fire. After
the initial chaos, the terrified teachers realized the guns were
firing blanks and that they were the subject of an unannounced
Poll: More Republicans think armed revolution is needed, truth
about Sandy Hook school shooting being covered up
nj.com - The poll found that overall, 29 percent of Americans
think an armed revolution might be needed in the next few years,
with another 5 percent unsure. Only 18 percent of Democrats took
that view, compared with 44 percent of Republicans and 27
percent of independents.
Nullify the Fed! Arizona Constitutional Tender Bill on the
Governor’s Desk for a Signature
Activist Post - The Arizona state senate concurred with the
house on Senate Bill by a vote of 18-0, sending the legislation
to Governor Jan Brewer’s desk for a signature. SB1439, the
Constitutional Tender Act, allows businesses and the state
government to accept payments in gold or silver. It specifies
that legal tender in Arizona consists of all of the following...
You Are The Hope — Paul Craig Roberts
paulcraigroberts.org - If there is hope, you are it. You are
motivated to find truth. You can think outside the box. You can
see through propaganda. You are the remnant with the common
sense that once was a common American virtue.
Bank of Ireland doubles tracker rate mortgages overnight
affecting 13,500 UK customers
Thousands of homeowners are facing a huge increase in their
mortgage repayments after the Bank of Ireland doubled rates
Foreign Holdings of US Securities Have Exploded
CNBC News - Foreigners now hold more than $13 trillion in
American securities, a record set as the U.S. seeks to assert
itself as the safest port in troubled global waters. China and
Japan combined owned more than $3.4 trillion, including $2.4
trillion in debt, a number that has grown since the data set was
Only a Question of “When” That the Lights Get Turned Off &
Deliveries of Metals Cease!
silverdoctors.com - ABN Amro notified customers 2-3 weeks ago
that their supposedly ALLOCATED metal would not be delivered.
How can this be IF it was truly “allocated”? The only plausible
reason that customer “allocated” metal would not be delivered is
because it was previously “re” allocated to someone else and is
no longer in the vault. There can be NO other explanation.
VIDEO: 22 Facts That Prove That The Bottom 90 Percent Of America
Is Systematically Getting Poorer
Economic Collapse - The United States is supposed to be a land
of opportunity with a vibrant free market system that enables
average people to make better lives for themselves.
Unfortunately, free enterprise is being strangled to death in
the United States today. Entrepreneurs and small business are
being pounded into oblivion by rules, regulations, red tape and
oppressive levels of taxation.
Fresh ExxonMobil pipeline spill hits Missouri
RT - The 70-year-old Pegasus pipeline, which released thousands
of barrels of tar sands oil in Arkansas, has now caused another,
albeit far smaller incident in Ripley County, Missouri, 200
miles north of Mayflower, Arkansas.
US database containing dam vulnerabilities breached
RT - An online database containing information on 79,000 dams
throughout the US was compromised for several months by a
hacker, according to a spokesman for the Army Corps of
Engineers. Analysts reportedly traced the hack to China.
Americans are over-diagnosed and over-treated for depression,
according to a new study
Refreshing News - "Depression over-diagnosis and over-treatment
is common in the U.S. and frankly the numbers are staggering,"
said Ramin J. Mojtabai, PhD, author of the study and an
associate professor with the Bloomberg School's Department of
Licorice a Lesser Known Solution for Acid Reflux
Natural Society - You don't need to pharmaceutical drugs to
treat acid reflux. In fact, one lesser known natural solution
for treating acid reflux is licorice.
Seven amazing spring superfoods
(NaturalNews) In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), spring is a
time for rejuvenation and regeneration. Outdoor nature reflects
this as foliage returns and flowers blossom while birds fill the
air with their celebratory singing.
7 foods to detoxify and rejuvenate the body
(NaturalNews) Why should we care about detoxification? Because
millions of people are needlessly (unconsciously) suffering from
fatigue, headaches, insomnia, allergies, depression and a host
of degenerative diseases due to excessive exposure to toxic
VIDEO: Amazing Video of Garlic Preventing Chemically Induced
Green Med TV - Garlic and flavonoid phytonutrients found in
fruits, vegetables, greens, and grains appear to protect against
DNA damage induced by mutagenic chemicals found in cooked meat.
3 Studies Linking Beans with Cancer Prevention
Natural Society - Beans are both rich sources of protein and
fiber, and contain valuable antioxidants. It’s these
characteristics that are tied to the cancer-preventing
properties of the foods and that should motivate you to add more
to your diet. Numerous studies have linked beans and legumes
with cancer prevention.
Make Your Own Natural Sunscreen
naturalblaze.com - With warm sunny days fast approaching
(hopefully right?) pale folks like me start planning the annual
easy-bake avoidance strategy.
Up to 100% Vaccinated Sheep Contract Chronic Neurological
Gaia Health - Bluetongue can be a deadly disease of sheep. The
standard approach to an outbreak is vaccination, vaccination, &
more vaccination. A new study shows that these vaccines cause an
autoimmune neurological disorder called ASIA—the same that
vaccines can induce in humans. This study of Spanish sheep
provides a frightening look into its frequency and severity.
What does it mean in humans?
‘Obamacare’ Poll Finds 42% of Americans Unaware It’s Law
ABC News - “Four in ten Americans (42%) are unaware that the ACA
[Affordable Care Act] is still the law of the land,” the report
says, “including 12 percent who believe the law has been
repealed by Congress, 7 percent who believe it has been
overturned by the Supreme Court and 23 percent who say they
don’t know enough to say what the status of the law is.”
Mozilla may take legal action against company behind FinFisher
for masking surveillance virus as Firefox
Activist Post - Mozilla recently said that they are likely going
to take legal action against the Gamma Group, the company behind
the FinFisher surveillance virus, for making the malicious
software appear to be Firefox.
VIDEO: How To Recover Video Footage That Was Deleted By The
Activist Post - WeAreChange recently got a chance to meet up
with Alex from Federal Jack and Hack Miami, to get the full
story of his arrest and destruction of evidence by the Miami
Police Department. In This video Alex breaks down how he was
able to recover his video footage that was able to exonerate him
from the false charges put on him by the Miami PD.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Zone-by-Zone To-Do List for the Month of May
Organic Gardening - Finally the month of May is upon us and the
gardening season is in full swing. You could work in the garden
from sunup to sundown all month long and still not get
everything done that you wanted to. So here's another list to
help you prioritize. From the upper reaches of Zone 3 to the
sticky heat of Zone 10, it's time to toil in the soil.
DIY, Low-cost and Multipurpose Greenhouses
Mother Earth News - The key to making a DIY greenhouse
affordable is working with recycled windows and/or glass doors.
Thousands of these items are thrown away each year as homeowners
Veterinary Medicine Mobility Act
Susan Thixton - We encourage you to contact your members of
Congress and urge them to support the Veterinary Medicine
Mobility Act of 2013 (H.R. 1528), which would amend the CSA that
currently prohibits veterinarians from transporting controlled
substances to treat their animal patients outside of their
By-Product Ingredient Name Change?
Susan Thixton - I’ve noticed recent industry reporting referring
to by-products as “co-products”. No matter what the term is (by-
or co-), the issue that is of most concern for pet food
consumers is existing ingredient definitions, diseased tissues
or tissue sourced from 4D animals (dead, diseased, dying and
disabled) animals are lumped into the by-product category as
in History - Wednesday - May 1, 2013
1707 - England, Wales and Scotland were united to form Great Britain.
1805 - The state of Virginia passed a law requiring all freed slaves to
leave the state, or risk either imprisonment or deportation.
1863 - In Virginia, the Battle of Chancellorsville began. General Robert
E. Lee's forces began fighting with Union troops under General Joseph
Hooker. Confederate General Stonewall Jackson was mortally wounded by
his own soldiers in this battle. (May 1-4)
1867 - Reconstruction in the South began with black voter registration.
1877 - U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes withdrew all Federal troops
from the South, ending Reconstruction.
1883 - William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) had his first Wild West Show.
1884 - The construction of the first American 10-story building began in
1898 - The U.S. Navy under Dewey defeated the Spanish fleet at Manila
Bay in the Philippines.
1905 - In New York, radium was tested as a cure for cancer.
1915 - A German submarine sank the U.S. ship Gulflight.
1927 - Adolf Hitler held his first Nazi meeting in Berlin.
1931 - The Empire State Building in New York was dedicated and opened.
It was 102 stories tall and was the tallest building in the world at the
1937 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt signed an act of neutrality,
keeping the United States out of World War II.
1944 - The Messerschmitt Me 262, the first combat jet, made its first
1945 - Martin Bormann, private secretary to Adolf Hitler, escaped from
the Fuehrerbunker as the Red Army advanced on Berlin.
1945 - Admiral Karl Doenitz succeeded Hitler as leader of the Third
Reich. This was one day after Hitler committed suicide.
1948 - The People's Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea) was
1958 - James Van Allen reported that two radiation belts encircled
1960 - Francis Gary Powers' U-2 spy plane was shot down over the Soviet
Union. Powers was taken prisoner.
1961 - Fidel Castro announced there would be no more elections in Cuba.
1968 - In the second day of battle, U.S. Marines, with the support of
naval fire, continue their attack on a North Vietnamese Division at Dai
1970 - Students at Kent State University riot in downtown Kent, OH, in
protest of the American invasion of Cambodia.
1981 - The Japanese government announced that it would limit passenger
car exports to the United States over the next three years.
1986 - The Tass News Agency reported the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
2001 - Chandra Levy was last seen in Washington, DC. Her remains were
found in Rock Creek Park on May 22, 2002. California Congressman Gary
Condit was questioned in the case due to his relationship with Levy.
2011 - U.S. President Barack Obama announced that U.S. soldiers had
killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.
Militants carry out new chemical attack near Idlib: Syria UN envoy
Press TV - Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations says the
foreign-backed militants in the Arab country have used chemical material
against civilians during an attack on a town near Idlib.
Many militants slain outside Damascus
Press TV - Syrian army soldiers have killed dozens of foreign-sponsored
militants during mop-up operations on the outskirts of the capital
6 Israeli planes violate Lebanon airspace
Press TV - Six Israeli military aircraft have penetrated Lebanese
airspace and flown over several areas of the country in blatant
violation of a UN Security Council resolution.
Israel in the room? Egypt quits nuke talks over ‘inefficiency’ in Middle
RT - Egypt said it quits Non-Proliferation Treaty talks to protest the
failure of the parties involved to implement a resolution aimed to free
Middle East from nuclear weapons. Although not articulated, Israel is
said to be the reason for the withdrawal.
Cyprus MPs approve EU-IMF bailout deal
Press TV - The approval means that the nearly bankrupt government of the
eastern Mediterranean island nation can now receive a first tranche of
the 10-billion-euro ($13 billion) loan in May. The sources said that the
deal will include a tax of up to 40 percent on deposits of over 100,000
euros in Cyprus’s two biggest banks.
YouTube: Dramatic Footage: Boeing 747 Crashes At Bagram Airfield
RT - The Taliban has reportedly claimed responsibility after a civilian
cargo aircraft crashed at Bagram Air Field near the Afghan capital Kabul
on Monday, killing all seven people aboard.
Breakthrough: High-level conference in Germany merges discussion about
NATO policy with 9/11 truth
911blogger.com - The German Section of the International Association of
Lawyers against Nuclear Arms (IALANA) and the Centre of European Law and
Politics at the University of Bremen, Germany, organized a high-level
conference that took place from 26 - 28 April 2013 at the University of
Bremen. Title: "Quo vadis NATO? - Challenges for Democracy and Law".
$3.1b missing in Canada anti-terror fund
Press TV - The Canadian government has been unable to account for 3.1
billion Canadian dollars in anti-terrorism funding, the auditor general
West's WMD Lies Fray as Syrian Army Overruns Terrorist Proxies
Activist Post - According to the White House itself, there is no
evidence that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons of any
kind during the two-year conflict the West itself has created and
continues to perpetuate. Indeed, a letter from the White House via the
Washington Post exposed just how tenuous the evidence actually is
EU Announces Potential Ban on Neonicotinoid Pesticides Linked to Bee
Deaths, Environmental Collapse
Natural Society - In a major victory for environmental preservation, the
European Union has announced a potential history-making ban on
neonicotinoid pesticides that have been linked to the death of bees
U.S. News, Politics & Government
‘Uncle Ruslan’ aided terrorists from CIA official’s home
madcowprod.com - The uncle of the accused Boston Marathon
bombers incorporated, in 1995, a company called the “Congress of
Chechen International Organizations. ”Even as the company was
sending aid to Islamic terrorists in Chechnya, its listed
address was in the home of former top CIA official Graham
VIDEO: Boston Bombers During Shootout: “We Didn’t Do It!”
Paul Joseph Watson - Video footage from the scene of the
shootout with the alleged Boston bombers appears to contain
audio of the suspects screaming out, “We didn’t do it!” as
police fire on the two brothers.
Disturbing report indicates Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s requests for a
lawyer were ignored
Activist Post - While reports indicating that Tsarnaev’s Miranda
rights were being withheld were disturbing enough, this new
aspect pointed out today by Glenn Greenwald is far worse.
Syrian Chemical Weapons: Globalist Mag Says Kucinich is Infowars
Kurt Nimmo - Foreign Policy is portraying former Ohio
congressman Dennis Kucinich as a conspiracy theorist for
suggesting that allegations Syria used chemical weapons are part
of a manufactured pretext for war. John Hudson, who writes on
national security issues for the magazine, believes Kucinich may
have been influenced by Infowars.com and Wikileaks.
YouTube: Ron Paul: We're Already Very Much Involved in Syria -
Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), on how the U.S. should deal
with Syria on Fox Business' Cavuto.
Obama administration officials threatened whistle-blowers on
Benghazi, lawyer says
Fox News - At least four career officials at the State
Department and the Central Intelligence Agency have retained
lawyers or are in the process of doing so, as they prepare to
provide sensitive information about the Benghazi attacks to
Backlog on Gun Orders Hits 2 Million
Paul Joseph Watson - While questions continue to swirl about the
Department of Homeland Security’s huge ammo buying spree,
Americans are finding it increasingly difficult to obtain
firearms, with backlogs surging despite Sturm, Ruger gun
shipments surpassing 500,000 for the first time in history.
10 Tips to Make Sure Your Activist Group Isn't Set Up by the
Activist Post - The FBI and federal government have been caught
red-handed setting up groups, staging terrorists attacks,
staging drills, creating patsies, and infiltrating activist
groups. Here are 10 good tips to avoid the embarrassment of your
group ending up in the headlines as another excuse to further
the police state agenda.
Jury weighs fate of abortion doctor in murder trial
Reuters - Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 72, who ran the now-shuttered
Women's Medical Society Clinic, could face the death penalty if
convicted by the jury in Common Pleas Court in Philadelphia. The
case focuses on whether the infants were born alive and then
US Mint Sells Record 4 Million Silver Eagles in April, On Pace
to Sell 55M ASE’s in 2013!
silverdoctors.com - The US Mint updated Silver Eagle sales
totals Monday evening for the first time in a week, and now
report a massive 3,975,500 ASE’s sold with 1 day remaining in
the month, an all-time sales record for April.
Connecticut Begins Gold Dealer Shutdown
Activist Post - Even if Connecticut's plan to track all gold
sales isn't a harbinger for a modern day Roosevelt-like ban on
gold ownership, it will at the very least drive gold bullion
dealers out of business with the cost of complying with the new
regulation. That will create artificial scarcity in Connecticut
and could set a precedent for other US States. From the
Connecticut General Assembly website...
Criminal Mafia: JPM’s New CIO is Also Head of Treasury Borrowing
silverdoctors.com - Any conflict of interest here? Nah, I’m sure
that whenever he gets done “advising” the Treasury he would
never…NEVER let his knowledge influence the investment decisions
at JP Morgan!
IT'S STARTING: Obamacare Tax Hike Train Wreck
Americans for Tax Reform - Asked about Senator Max Baucus’s
recent “train wreck” comments, President Obama today said, “A
huge chunk of it [Obamacare] has already been implemented.”
Unmentioned was the wave of destructive Obamacare tax increases
that will begin to hit Americans during the 2014 tax filing
season and beyond...
Case Worker: Illegal Aliens Got Food Stamps by the “Vanload”
Judicial Watch - For decades the U.S. government has knowingly
given illegal immigrants food stamps, according to a former
certification case worker who denounced the costly practice back
in the 1980s but was essentially ordered to keep a lid on it.
Will The New Housing Bubble That Bernanke Is Creating End As
Badly As The Last One Did?
Economic Collapse - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has
done it. He has succeeded in creating a new housing bubble. By
driving mortgage rates down to the lowest level in 100 years and
recklessly printing money with wild abandon, Bernanke has been
able to get housing prices to rebound a bit.
Missouri legislation would abolish foreclosure mediation in the
city and county
stltoday.com - A bill to abolish mandatory foreclosure mediation
in St. Louis and St. Louis County is nearing passage in the
Missouri Legislature, to the chagrin of housing advocates. The
bill would kill a system in which homeowners can demand a final,
face-to-face meeting with the lender and a mediator before their
house is taken in foreclosure.
‘Plastic Bags, Tape, Broomsticks Fix San Onofre Nuclear Power
10news.com - San Onofre owner Southern California Edison (SCE),
confirms the picture was taken inside Unit Three, but did not
say when. The anonymous source said the picture was taken in
Synthetic vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, kills beneficial
probiotic bacteria in the gut and cannot confer vitamin activity
in the body
(NaturalNews) Ascorbic acid, the synthesized version of vitamin
C, has been proven to kill bacteria effectively, which makes it
effective in killing parasites and infections. Unfortunately, it
does not differentiate between the good and bad bacteria in the
gut, and wipes out good bacteria in the gut... Ascorbic acid is
synthesized from corn syrup. So not only do we need to be
concerned with its impact on intestinal flora, but with its
potentially disastrous GMO corn-based origins.
Skin Age Reversed 13 Years In Just 9 Months By Doing This
Green Med Info - If simply stopping smoking is responsible for
reversing the aging process by as much 13 years, can you imagine
what removing fluoride, high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated
oil, and thousands of other chemical exposures would do to your
skin, and bodily health in general? A number of clinical studies
have been performed in order to ascertain the value of natural
compounds in improving signs of aging, including the
Government Funded Phone App Tracks “Vaccine Refusers”
vactruth.com - A new phone application called Vaccine Refused
developed by the University of Iowa tracks – just as the name
implies – vaccine refusals. The application is intended to be
used by health professionals to report the location of the
refusal, the vaccine refused, and patient demographics. The
output of the data, which is supposedly anonymous and stored
securely at the University of Iowa, provides a heat map of the
Hemp to the Rescue Again – Cannabinoids Protect the Brain from
Natural Society - A recent study published in the American
Journal of Pathology found that cannabinoids in cannabis help
keep the brain and heart oxygenated instead of suffocating on
plaques and congested arteries.
Juicing: The Simplest Way to Pack in the Nutrition
Natural Society - Over the past several decades, the popularity
of juicing has come and gone, and come again. But it will always
b e around. There are several ways juicing could help save your
life and even more ways in which it could simply make your life
Kale: A Green Nutritional Powerhouse Everyone Should Eat
Natural Society - A delectable green nutritional powerhouse,
kale is one of many superfoods that is a must-have in any kitche.
Like other superfoods like blueberries and green tea, kale
provides a wealth of nutritional benefits from cancer prevention
to anti-inflammation. But what else can kale do for you?
FDA: Morning-after pill to move over the counter
AP - The government is moving the morning-after pill over the
counter but only those 15 and older can buy it - an attempt to
find middle ground just days before a court-imposed deadline to
lift all age restrictions on the emergency contraceptive.
DOCTOR: Gonorrhea superbug 'worse than AIDS'
CNBC News - Even though nearly 30 million people have died from
AIDS related causes worldwide, Christianson believes the effect
of the gonorrhea bacteria is more direct. "Getting gonorrhea
from this strain might put someone into septic shock and death
in a matter of days," Christianson said. "This is very
White House Cuts Health Care Application From 21 Pages To 3
Consumerist - Last month, the Obama administration took a lot of
heat when it unveiled a draft application for health insurance
that ran some 21 pages in length and included all manner of
invasive questions about the applicant’s medical history. Today,
the final product was unveiled, and it’s significantly skinnier
this time around.
YouTube: Fox Host Spars With Judge Napolitano Over FBI’s Limits
In Going After Terrorists
As the crew brought in Judge Andrew Napolitano to discuss the
situation regarding wiretaps and search warrants, host Brian
Kilmeade invoked the Boston bombing suspects to counter
Craigslist Owns What You Did Last Summer
EFF - Did you post an ad on craigslist between July 26, 2012 and
August 8, 2012? If so, bad news for you. Turns out that
craigslist, and not you, owns that ad. In other words, if you
try to repost it to another site, you could actually be
infringing craigslist's copyright. Sound ridiculous? We think