Today's News: The Riley Report
DECEMBER 2013 (Refresh your
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- December 6, 2013 - Today In History:
1790 - The U.S. Congress moved from New York to
1865 - The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
was ratified. The amendment abolished slavery in the
1876 - The city of Anaheim was incorporated for a
1877 - Thomas Edison demonstrated the first
gramophone, with a recording of himself reciting
Mary Had a Little Lamb.
1883 - "Ladies' Home Journal" was published for the
1884 - The construction of the Washington Monument
was completed by Army engineers. The project took 34
1889 - Jefferson Davis died in New Orleans. He was
the first and only president of the Confederate
States of America.
1923 - U.S. President Calvin Coolidge became the
first president to give a presidential address that
was broadcast on radio.
1947 - Everglades National Park in Florida was
dedicated by U.S. President Truman.
1957 - AFL-CIO members voted to expel the
International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The
Teamsters were readmitted in 1987.
1957 - America's first attempt at putting a
satellite into orbit failed when the satellite blew
up on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, FL.
1973 - Gerald R. Ford was sworn in as the
vice-president of the United States after
vice-president Spiro Agnew resigned.
1985 - Congressional negotiators reached an
agreement on a deficit-cutting proposal that later
became the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings law.
1989 - The worst mass shooting in Canadian history
occurred when a man gunned down 14 women at the
University of Montreal's school of engineering. The
man then killed himself.
1990 - Iraq announced that it would release all its
2,000 foreign hostages.
1994 - Orange County, CA, filed for bankruptcy
protection due to investment losses of about $2
billion. The county is one of the richest in the
U.S. and became to largest municipality to file for
1998 - In Venezuela, former Lt. Colonel Hugo Chavez
was elected president. He had staged a bloody coup
attempt against the government six years earlier.
1998 - Astronauts aboard the space shuttle Endeavour
connected the first two building blocks of the
international space station in the shuttle cargo
2002 - Officials released the detailed plans for a
$4.7 million memorial commemorating Princess Diana.
The large oval fountain was planned to be
constructed in London's Hyde Park.
Libyan Leaders Give McCain Award, Vote in Sharia Law
Liberty Crier - Senator John McCain is in Libya, where he was “honored”
to receive an award from the Libyan military Chief of Staff. McCain was,
of course, a prime cheerleader for the 2011 US attack on Libya which has
resulted in the ascent to power of various al-Qaeda linked groups who
along with murderous militias further terrorize the decimated country.
VIDEO: Washington does not accept China air defense zone, White House
Press TV - The United States has reaffirmed that it does not recognize
China’s new Air Defense Identification Zone over the East China Sea,
saying the move is “provocative.”
Our Warships Rival U.S. Navy, Brags Chinese PLA
Paul Joseph Watson - Amidst tensions with the United States over the
disputed Senkaku Islands, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army is
bragging that its aircraft carrier combat task force, led by the
inaugural Liaoning warship, is now close to rivaling the U.S. Navy.
France to ‘immediately’ deploy in CAR
Press TV - President Francois Hollande says French troops will be
deployed immediately to the Central African Republic (CAR) after
violence killed more than 120 people in the troubled nation's capital
UN sanctions 'immediate' military intervention in Central African
RT - The United Nations Security Council has given the green light to
French and African troops deployed to the restive Central African
Republic to use force to protect civilians, with the French president
announcing "immediate" action late Thursday.
The Legacy of Nelson Mandela: A Dissenting Opinion
Global Research - Offering a dissenting opinion at this moment of a
general outpouring of grief at Nelson Mandela’s death is not likely to
court popularity. It is also likely to be misunderstood.
Russia launches criminal probe into online trafficking of adopted kids
RT - Russia has launched a criminal investigation into the illegal
trafficking of children adopted by US citizens, the Investigative
Committee has revealed. The Investigative Committee spokesperson
Vladimir Markin said the case was started due to a journalistic
investigation by Reuters and NBC initiated in September.
VIDEO: Italian farmers protest food imports
Press TV - During nationwide protest events on Wednesday and Thursday,
farmers also set up a picket at a border point in the Alps, inspecting
incoming trucks carrying a variety of foodstuffs such as Lithuanian meat
products, German mozzarella and Austrian wheat, which they say are
eventually sold as Italian goods.
Economic Hitman John Perkins Outraged After Ecuador Government Shuts
Down Pachamama Alliance
Waking Times - Respected author, public speaker and spokesperson for
indigenous rights John Perkins expressed outrage today that the
government of Ecuador has violently closed down the rainforest
protection activist group, Pachama Alliance, which Perkins helped to
create in 1995. Strongly condemning the government’s actions as illegal
Argentinian Monsanto protester threatened, then physically beaten, by
(NaturalNews) GM Watch reports that Sofia Gatica, who has successfully
spearheaded campaigns to block plantings of genetically modified
organisms (GMOs) in her home country of Argentina, was targeted by two
men on motorbikes who very likely would have killed her if it were not
for the intervention of her neighbors. Reports indicate that the men
approached Gatica near her work, just 72 hours after she received a
terrifying death threat.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
A President Who Should ‘Live In Infamy’
antiwar.com - Written by Justin Raimondo - Pearl Harbor: FDR
knew - Washington lies: how many times must Americans rediscover
this home truth?
YouTube: Police body cameras in full effect
RT - In Laurel, Md. the police department has fully implemented
the use of what's been coined the "lipstick camera," a miniature
camera that's tacked onto the glasses of police officers....
Liberals Ignore Property Rights In Open Carry Debate
Kurt Nimmo - AOL Huffpo is once again trying to make an argument
against the Second Amendment by dramatizing the stupidity of
firearms owners who have neglected the safe handling of guns.
According to Ben Hallman, the next front in the war over the
cornerstone of the Constitution will be at the local mall.
Your Future Ammo Might Be Made Of Plastic
Liberty Crier - Gun blog GH&G wrote about company named PCP
Ammunition from Reston, Virginia. PCP has developed match grade
ammunition using polymer cases.... PCP’s literature states that
the company has “created a revolutionary loading and inspection
system that far surpasses anything available in the world”.
Child Suspended From School For Miming Shooting An Arrow
Steve Watson - A 10-year-old has been suspended from school and
threatened with expulsion for firing a make-believe arrow at a
classmate, prompting a rights group to step in and demand the
incident be stricken from the record.
Obamacare Reg Treats Congress That Spent $3.5 Trillion as a
CNS News - An Obamacare regulation issued by the Office of
Personnel Management in October treats the U.S. Congress—which
employs more than 11,000 staffers and which spent $4,329,000,000
on its own operations and $3,454,253,000,000 to fund the full
government in fiscal 2013--as a “small business.”
Obamacare Website Sending Faulty Medicare Enrollment Data To
weaselzippers.us - States are warning that they may not process
Medicaid enrollments from people who have signed up for the
health program through the troubled HealthCare.gov site, raising
the prospect that several hundred thousand low-income people who
thought they had obtained insurance actually may not have it.
In reversal, Obama says he lived with uncle
Boston Globe - President Obama acknowledged Thursday that he
lived with his Kenyan uncle for a brief period in the 1980s
while preparing to attend Harvard Law School, contradicting a
statement more than two years ago that the White House had no
record of the two ever meeting. Their relationship came into
question Tuesday at the deportation hearing of the president’s
uncle, Onyango Obama, in Boston immigration court.
Half-baked: Gov’t Restricts Homemade Cookie Sales
Liberty Crier - Can the government arbitrarily restrict where
home-baking entrepreneurs can sell their treats or how much they
can sell? According to a new lawsuit from the Institute for
Justice and two Minnesota home bakers and filed in Minnesota
Second Judicial District, the answer is no.
Congressman Fears Obama Could Suspend Election Laws
Paul Joseph Watson - Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) fears that the
Obama administration’s refusal to enforce immigration laws could
lead to Obama himself failing to enforce election laws, a
concern voiced amidst calls by some for Obama to run for a third
term in office.
Stunning Chart: Today’s Stock Market is Eerily Reminiscent of
Mac Slavo - Ken Jorgustin of Modern Survival Blog writes: Is
there a major financial crash in our near future? You must check
out this stunning analogy between the current day Dow Jones
Industrial Index compared with the time period 1928-1929 leading
up to the memorable stock market crash… The pattern of stock
price movements looks VERY close to the lead-up to the 1929 top.
Big Banks Are Being Hit With Cyberattacks “Every Minute Of Every
Economic Collapse - According to Symantec, there was a 42
percent increase in cyberattacks against U.S. businesses last
year. And according to a recent report in the Telegraph, big
banks are being hit with cyberattacks "every minute of every
day". These attacks are becoming more powerful and more
sophisticated with each passing year.
VIDEO: Democrat Tax Per Mile Scheme Surfaces - Again in Congress
Kurt Nimmo - Rep. Earl Blumenauer, an Oregon Democrat, is
investigating a wealth confiscation system that “looks to the
future and helps provide a more stable funding base for the next
one hundred years.”
A Major Wall Street Bank Just Initiated Coverage On Bitcoin And
Identified A Fair Value
Business Insider - The game just changed. Bitcoin, the bizarre
electronic currency that seemingly came out of nowhere and has
been taking over financial market headlines, is now being
covered by one of the biggest firms on Wall Street.
California for the first time fines oil company for dumping
RT - A southern California oil company has been fined $60,000
after being caught on camera illegally dumping a toxic discharge
produced by hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
The Year the Monarch Didn’t Appear
NY Times - On the first of November, when Mexicans celebrate a
holiday called the Day of the Dead, some also celebrate the
millions of monarch butterflies that, without fail, fly to the
mountainous fir forests of central Mexico on that day.... This
year, for or the first time in memory, the monarch butterflies
didn’t come, at least not on the Day of the Dead.
7 Ways to Drain BPA From the Body
Activist Post - Why should someone care about
endocrine-disruptors? The effort to walk away from damaging
chemicals becomes easier when one sees what happens when
disrupted hormones lead to major life-altering consequences.
Shocking 47 Ingredients in McRib
Care2 Healthy Living - After checking the composition of the
McRib as listed on McDonald’s own website, some of the different
ingredients sound like something that might be more suitable for
insulating houses than for food.
Eating a Healthy Diet Costs $1.50 More Per Day
Natural Blaze - The healthiest diets cost about $1.50 more per
day than the least healthy diets, according to new research from
Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). The finding is based on
the most comprehensive examination to date comparing prices of
healthy foods and diet patterns vs. less healthy ones.
Idaho knew Chobani yogurt was tainted before recall
NBC News - A U.S. Food and Drug Administration report says the
Idaho State Department of Agriculture detected abnormalities in
yogurt at a Chobani facility two months before the company
issued a recall, but state officials say that's not true.
New Study Reveals 1 More Big Reason to Avoid Sugary Drinks
Natural Blaze - The National Cancer Institute just released the
results of a study that involved over 20,000 postmenopausal
women. All of the women were followed for a 24-year period from
1986 to 2010. The NCI researchers found that women who drank the
most sugar-sweetened beverages had a startling 78% higher risk
for developing a certain tumor linked with endometrial cancer.
New study finds alarming increase in breast cancer risk
(NaturalNews) A new Chinese meta-analysis study has found a huge
increase in breast cancer risk for women after having an
abortion and that the risk appears to continue to increase after
each subsequent abortion. In the study, researchers found that
the overall risk of developing breast cancer in women in China
who've had an abortion was 44% higher than women who have not
had an abortion.
Database tracks toxic side effects of pharmaceuticals
Natural Blaze - Sometimes the cure can be worse than the
disease. Pharmaceutical drugs are known for their potential side
effects, and an important aspect of personalized medicine is to
tailor therapies to individuals to reduce the chances of adverse
Antibacterial garlic compounds could help keep food and infant
(NaturalNews) A new report from British Columbia provides new
evidence of garlic's ability to ward off specific pathogens that
can make their way into fortified foods like dry infant formula.
Health Basics: Is there any food in our food?
(NaturalNews) What if you thought your salads were giving you
lots of nutrients, and your fruit was rewarding your body with
vitamins, and you drank lots of water all the time? Wouldn't you
assume that you are fairly healthy?
Chick-fil-A announces major changes in 2014, eliminating HFCS,
artificial dyes and butane derivative
(NaturalNews) The growing fast food company Chick-fil-A,
boasting over 1,700 stores in 39 states, has announced major
changes coming in 2014. Moving in the right direction, Chick-fil-A
is preparing to change some of the ingredients used in their
Eight reasons why depression is so common today
(NaturalNews) The World Health Organization reports that 121
million people worldwide are clinically depressed. This number
includes one in ten Americans. Alarmingly, depression is
increasing at a rate of 20% annually.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Build Your Own Portable Greenhouse!
Care2.com - Meet the portable greenhouse, introduced by the
creative folks at Mother Earth News. The design is effectively
that of a giant bird cage covered in greenhouse plastic, made to
be lightweight and easy to move.
Internet’s new biggest threat? How web traffic can be secretly
RT - Internet experts say huge chunks of sensitive web traffic
have been routinely hijacked by hackers and diverted to foreign
computers, compromising the data of victims in at least 150
Literal Android: Google develops robots to replace people in
RT - Now that the mystery surrounding the elusive Google barges
in the San Francisco Bay reported last month has been brought to
light, the Silicon Valley giant is announcing another new
'R2-D2' night watchman robot unveiled for patrolling schools,
neighborhoods and more
(NaturalNews) A California company, Knightscope, has developed a
small robot that it plans to market as a security device. As
reported by The New York Times: The night watchman of the future
is five feet tall, weighs 300 pounds and looks a lot like R2D2 -
without the whimsy. And will work for $6.25 an hour.
Apple Cider Vinegar for Dogs
earthclinic.com - An application of
apple cider vinegar (ACV) can help your poor pooch. A bit of
apple cider vinegar in your pet's food is a great way to
maintain the acid/alkaline balance of your dog's body; and it
also helps with digestive health, allergies (watery eyes, runny
nose, wet coughs), and even parasites such as fleas, ringworm,
ticks, fungus, and bacteria.
FDA Pants on Fire?
Susan Thixton - Some very startling information regarding the
FDA statement on Chinese imported jerky treats has reared its
ugly head. Did the FDA make a HUGE error when they reported to
the world about their 7 year jerky treat investigation…or did
they lie to millions of concerned pet food/pet treat consumers?
YouTube: Survival Hack- Where to Find Fresh Clean Drinking Water
in an Emergency
This is a tip that everyone should know. Water may quickly
become scarce in a disaster or an emergency. This quick tip will
show you how to easily access a common source of fresh clean
How to Make a 45 Day Emergency Candle Out of Crisco
snapguide.com - Learn to make an everlasting candle, which will
last considerably longer than a ... than a normal candle, so
that you will never be in the dark during a survival situation.
The flame is somewhat smaller than with traditional candles, but
it can endure for up to 45 days. ...
- December 5, 2013 - Today In History:
1776 - In Williamsburg, VA, at the College of
William and Mary the first scholastic fraternity in
America, Phi Beta Kappa, was organized.
1797 - Napoleon Bonaparte arrived in Paris to
command forces for the invasion of England.
1812 - Napoleon Bonaparte left his army as they were
retreating from Russia.
1848 - U.S. President Polk triggered the Gold Rush
of '49 by confirming the fact that gold had been
discovered in California.
1913 - Britain outlawed the sending of arms to
1932 - German physicist Albert Einstein was granted
a visa making it possible for him to travel to the
1933 - Prohibition came to an end when Utah became
the 36th state to ratify the 21st Amendment to the
1936 - The Soviet Union adopted a new Constitution
under a Supreme Council.
1944 - During World War II, Allied troops took
1945 - The so-called "Lost Squadron" disappeared.
The five U.S. Navy Avenger bombers carrying 14 Navy
flyers began a training mission at the Ft.
Lauderdale Naval Air Station. They were never heard
1955 - The American Federation of Labor and the
Congress of Industrial Organizations merged to form
1956 - British and French forces began a withdrawal
from Egypt during the Suez War.
1983 - In west Beirut, Lebanon, more than a dozen
people were killed when a car bomb shattered a
nine-story apartment building.
1984 - Iran's official news agency quoted the
hijackers of a Kuwaiti jetliner parked at Tehran
airport as saying they would blow up the plane
unless Kuwait released 14 imprisoned extremists.
1988 - Jim Bakker and former aide Richard Dortch
were indicted by a federal grand jury in North
Carolina on fraud and conspiracy charges.
1998 - James P. Hoffa became the head of the
Teamsters union, 23 years after his father was the
head. His father disappeared and was presumed dead.
2001 - In Germany, Afghan leaders signed a pact to
create a temporary administration for post-Taliban
Afghanistan. Two women were included in the cabinet
structure. Hamid Karzai and his Cabinet were planned
to take over power in Afghanistan on December 22.
2008 - The iTunes Music Store reached 300 million
Chinese State Media Brags of Plan to Establish “Death Star” Moon Base
Paul Joseph Watson - A report appearing in the pro-regime China Times
brags that China’s launch of the Long March-3B rocket earlier this week
is part of a long term plan to turn the moon into a Star Wars-style
“death star” from which the PLA could launch missiles against any target
Anti-Drone Blockade in Pakistan Forces Halt to US Military Shipments
commondreams.org - Ongoing protests against U.S. drone strikes in
Pakistan are fueling a non-violent blockade along its border that have
now forced a halt to NATO military supply convoys heading to neighboring
Afghanistan, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
EU imposes record 1.7bn euro fines on major intl banks over rate-rigging
RT - The European Commission has slapped record fines of 1.7 billion
euros on eight major banks for manipulating lending rates that play a
key role in the global economy. The penalties will add to already
escalating costs for leading global lenders.
UN starts drone surveillance in DR Congo
BBC - The UN mission in Democratic Republic of Congo has started to
deploy unarmed surveillance drones to monitor rebel activity near the
forested borders with Rwanda and Uganda. This is the first time any UN
mission has deployed drones.
Judge's remarkable message to baby girl of woman who was forced to have
Daily Mail - A judge has written a heart-breaking message to the baby
born by forced caesarean after ruling that the little girl be put up for
adoption against her mother's wishes. Judge Roderick Newton said he
wanted the baby, who is now 15 months old, to know when she is older
that her mother - who suffers from a mental illness - had not chosen to
Radioactive material container from hijacked truck found empty in Mexico
RT - Mexican police located a stolen truck which contained dangerous
radioactive material the UN warned could be used to construct a “dirty
bomb.” The safety container holding that cargo was found empty, with the
material abandoned nearby.
Blast targets convoy of US-led troops in Kandahar
Press TV - Dozens of people including four US-led soldiers have been
wounded in a bomb attack that targeted a convoy of foreign troops in
Afghanistan’s southern province of Kandahar. Related:
3 NATO forces injured in Kandahar
20 killed, dozens wounded after suicide bombing at Yemen defense
RT - At least 20 people were killed and dozens wounded after a suicide
car bomb attack rocked Yemen’s Defense Ministry in the capital Sanaa.
Militants wearing military uniforms engaged security forces within the
compound following the bombing.... There was no immediate claim of
responsibility for the attack, although it was operationally similar to
previous Al-Qaeda attacks in the region.
NSA leaks: Sweden spied on Russian leaders for US
RT - Swedish signals intelligence agency FRA spied on Russian leaders
and shared the data collected with the US, local media report citing
Edward Snowden leaks. Sweden’s ‘cable access’ made its position ‘unique’
in the eyes of the NSA.
Food poverty in UK has reached level of 'public health emergency', warn
The Independent - Hunger in Britain has reached the level of a “public
health emergency” and the Government may be covering up the extent to
which austerity and welfare cuts are adding to the problem, leading
experts have said.
Chaos, riots, looting as police go on strike in Argentine city (VIDEOS)
RT - At least 130 people were injured and one killed following mass
looting and vandalism by gangs of youths, who took over several parts of
Cordoba City in Argentina. The lawlessness was a result of the police
going on strike over low pay.
They’re Going to Dump the Fukushima Radiation Into the Ocean
Washington’s Blog - As EneNews reports: Juan Carlos Lentijo, head of
IAEA’s mission to Fukushima Daiichi, Dec. 4, 2013: “Controlled discharge
is a regular practice in all the nuclear facilities in the world. And
what we are trying to say here is to consider this as one of the options
to contribute to a good balance of risks and to stabilize the facility
for the long term.”
U.S. News, Politics & Government
NSA collects 5bn cellphone records a day
Press TV - The documents, provided by former NSA contractor
Edward Snowden, show that the collected records are stored in a
vast database containing location information of at least
hundreds of millions of devices, the Washington Post reported on
John Boehner Signs Up for Obamacare
Kurt Nimmo - Wait a minute. Didn’t Boehner lead the Republican
charge against Obamacare? Once he got through the system,
Boehner’s office said he chose an individual plan that was
similar to the Blue Cross Blue Shield one he has now as part of
the federal employees health package. Surprise, surprise. The
“affordable care” boondoggle almost doubled his premium...
Obama Asks Bartenders to Host Obamacare-themed Happy Hours
atr.org - Today at the White House Youth Summit, President Obama
made suggestions on how Americans can tout the supposed benefits
of Obamacare to their communities.
Allen West warns Obama’s ‘backdoor gun control is moving
Washington Times - Come 2014, all ammunition sold to civilian
gun-owners in America will have to be imported, a result of
President Obama’s crackdown on sulfur dioxide and lead emissions
and accompanying harsh Environmental Protection Agency
regulations, said former Florida congressman, Lt. Col. Allen
Video that led to Aaron Swartz’s arrest released
RT - Several minutes of surveillance camera footage used to
identify, then arrest and indict late computer prodigy Aaron
Swartz has surfaced due to a Freedom of Information Act request.
Sandy Hook 911 calls released today
Sherrie questioning All - Some things don't make sense after
listening to them. Link to recordings.
Mom Passionately Pleads Against the National Defense
Authorization Act (NDAA)
Ben Swann - In a typical government meeting, public comments are
near the beginning. At this particular Clark County (Nevada)
Commission meeting, there were two sets of comments: the
beginning and the end of the meeting. Daphne Lee had to wait to
the end of the meeting, which was 8 hours including a 1-hour
Eerie 'Very Chilling' Noise Coming from One World Trade Center
Baffles New Yorkers
Daily Mail - A spooky, high-pitched whining sound coming from
One World Trade Center has been giving New York residents the
creeps. The strange choral sound, which appears to be caused by
the wind, was first reported last year at around the time of
Hurricane Sandy and has been heard several times since.
Georgia School Confiscates Christmas Cards
Fox News - For as long as anyone can remember, teachers at
Brooklet Elementary School have posted Christmas cards in the
hallways outside their classrooms – until Monday.
11-Year-Old Banned From Selling Mistletoe In Oregon Park
Ben Swann - Madison Root, an entrepreneurial 11-year-old from
Oregon, tried to sell some hand-picked mistletoe in downtown
Portland on Saturday. She was raising money to help her dad pay
for her braces.
Mysterious China-themed 'city' proposed in New York’s Catskills
Fox News - U.S. immigration officials are considering a proposal
from Chinese investors to create a multibillion-dollar
development in New York’s Catskills called "China City" --
raising concerns among critics about the potential cost to U.S.
taxpayers and, according to one analyst, the possibility it
could be a "stalking horse" for the Beijing government.
Rand Paul offers 'Freedom Zones' to save bankrupt Detroit
Washington Examiner - Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul this week is
traveling to Detroit, the nation's economic disaster zone, to
lay out a sweeping proposal to revive the Motor City while also
extending his recent outreach to blacks by opening a GOP
African-American engagement office.
VIDEO: Judge Napolitano: Bankruptcy Court Finds Detroit
Liberty Crier - Judge Napolitano discusses the state of Detroit
and the pensions of city employees on FOX.
Obamacare’s Top Five Worst Tax Hikes on Women and Families
atr.org - As part of their newly-launched public relations
offensive, the White House and congressional Democrats are
tromboning the supposed benefits of Obamacare for women and
families. Left unmentioned is the fact that Obamacare contains
20 new or higher taxes on the American people – the top five
worst tax hikes on women and families are listed below:
8 Ridiculous Ways That The Government Wasted Your Money
(Before It's News) - Individuals and business owners around the
country regularly make an effort to reduce spending, pay off
debts, and save. But the federal government continuously fails
to do the same.
10 Ways Bitcoin Is Better Than The Federal Reserve
Activist Post - The Federal Reserve System is a parasite that
feeds off human suffering. It is indeed the dragon that must be
slayed for humanity to experience true freedom. I want to End
the Fed, but I want it to end as peacefully and orderly as
possible. That is why I buy Bitcoin.
(WWP) Wounded Warrior Project Is A Fraud
helpindianavets.com - We have personally investigated Wounded
Warriors and what we have learned is very disturbing. Related
article: Wounded Warrior Project sues Indiana veterans
Tax Return Form 990 for the Wounded Warrior Project Organization
Is this even America? Local bar ordered to remove sign thanking
veterans for their service
(NaturalNews) You may not always agree with our country's
decisions to send troops to certain parts of the world, but
holding the men and women who do the fighting in contempt is not
right, no matter how you feel about U.S. foreign policy. So it's
no surprise that veterans and the owner of a local bar and grill
in Huntington Beach, Calif., are fuming about a city rule that
essentially dishonors the men and women who do our fighting for
'Polar Express' Blast Hits Half the US – Millions Warned to
Prepare for Worst Storm in a Decade, Temps Drop to MINUS 40
Daily Mail - A wintry storm pushing through the western half of
the country is bringing bitterly cold temperatures that prompted
safety warnings for residents in the Rockies and threatened
crops as far south as California.
Louisiana family finds their tap water is flammable
(KSLA) - A Dixie, Louisiana family made a startling discovery
recently when they lit a flame next to the water coming out of
their household faucet and it burst into flames. They don't live
far from a natural gas drilling site, but experts say that may
have nothing to do with it.
Federal Government Assumes Control of Arizona Forests
The New American - State and federal officials in Arizona are
fighting just the latest skirmish in a long-running war over
just how restrictive rules should be over human use of forest
and desert areas. The locals want fewer and uniform
restrictions, while their D.C. counterparts like to play “What
will we cite people for this week?”
Assaulting Cancer: 5 Natural Ways to Boost Natural Killer Cells
Natural Society - Did you know natural foods boost the
production of cancer-killing cells in your body? Here are 5 ways
to increase natural killer cells to fight cancer.
What Big Pharma is Afraid Diabetes Patients Will Find Out
Natural Society - Did you know that up to 90% of diabetes
sufferers can treat the issue themselves through lifestyle
choices? Big pharma does NOT want you to know this.
Top 10 Foods That Naturally Clean Teeth
Natural Blaze - If you have a healthy diet, then your teeth and
gums will be healthy as a result. There are certain foods that
can be thought of as a double-edged sword, in terms of keeping
your body healthy and cleaning your teeth at the same time.
The Anxiety Epidemic: Causes, Symptoms, Solutions
Natural Society - Are you anxious? Millions of people throughout
the world suffer from some form of anxiety. Well, here are some
causes, symptoms, and natural solutions.
Herbal antioxidants improve learning and memory, could decrease
(NaturalNews) Susan Farr, PhD, professor of geriatrics at St.
Louis University School of Medicine, presented her preliminary
findings regarding herbs that can reduce cognitive decline at a
Society for Neuroscience conference, Neuroscience 2013. The
herbs tested were rosemary and spearmint.
Curcumin's healing powers revealed - How this herb protects you
(NaturalNews) Curcumin keeps coming on strong as an actual
disease preventative and curative for many ailments. Sometimes
it works well by itself and sometimes as an adjunct with other
herbs or vitamins. Curcumin is the active ingredient of the
Psychiatric insanity: Over 20% of young boys labeled 'ADHD'
(NaturalNews) According to recently published information from
the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an
astounding 20-plus percent of all 14-year-old boys in the United
States have been diagnosed, at one time or another over the
course of their lives, with attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD) - a condition that is, of course, treated with
Orwellian Irradiated ‘Franken-Foods’ Are The New Normal
21st Century Wire - In this age of nuclear power and weapons,
we’re told that the harmless ‘happy atom’ is all around us and
might be dangerous but because we can’t see him this then means,
“Oh, just relax. There’s really nothing to worry about. It’s all
The big "Fat" lie and its impact on health
(NaturalNews) The government's dietary guidelines, issued every
five years, continues to recommend a low-fat, high-carbohydrate
diet, substituting highly inflammatory processed oils, such as
soybean, corn and cottonseed oils, for traditional healthy
saturated fats like coconut oil and butter.
Erase a decade off your face, dodge cancer and conquer
inflammation with these vitamin C-rich foods
(NaturalNews)Exceptional sources of vitamin C include hibiscus
(Hibiscus sabdariffa L.), which is enjoyed as a tart tea, and
rosehips (Rosa canina), which lends a floral flavor to
infusions. And then there are two fruits that contain the
highest levels of vitamin C documented - amla and camu camu.
SkyJack: Hacker-drone that can wirelessly hijack & control other
RT - SkyJack uses WiFi to detect other Parrot drones in its
range. It then injects WiFi packets into the victim drone’s
connection, making it de-authenticate from its remote
controller, usually a smartphone, and authenticate in its place,
taking it under control. The flying hacker is relatively cheap
and quite simple to build.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
City Takes Veteran To Trial For Raising Backyard Chickens
Storyleak - A Northwood, Iowa man charged with violating a city
ordinance that bans raising chickens within city limits is set
to face trial late next week.
4 Ways to Heal and Replenish our Damaged Soil and Food Supply
Natural Society - We have ruined our soil through GMOs,
pesticides, and modern-day farming. Here are 4 ways to heal and
replenish our damaged soil and the food supply.
Organic Gardening - When you see steam rising from your compost
pile on a cold winter's day, you can be sure that your compost
will be ready to use by spring, just in time for getting seeds
and transplants off to a healthy start. Find out how to keep
your compost productive through the cold months of winter.
Foraging in freezing weather uncovers bounty of wild edibles
(NaturalNews) As the temperature drops and snow begins to fall,
many foragers put their baskets away until the first whispers of
morels in spring. On closer inspection there is much for a
forager still to find. Trails are lined with winter edibles
which can be made into delicious meals all winter long.
- December 4, 2013 - Today In History:
1783 - Gen. George Washington said farewell to his
officers at Fraunces Tavern in New York.
1918 - President Woodrow Wilson set sail for France
to attend the Versailles Peace Conference. He became
the first chief executive to travel to Europe while
1942 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered
the dismantling of the Works Progress
Administration. The program had been created in
order to provide jobs during the Great Depression.
1942 - U.S. bombers attacked the Italian mainland
for the first time during World War II.
1945 - The U.S. Senate approved American
participation in the United Nations.
1965 - The U.S. launched Gemini 7 with Air Force Lt.
Col. Frank Borman and Navy Comdr. James A. Lovell on
1979 - For the second time, the United Nations
Security Council voted unanimously to urge Iran to
free American hostages that had been taken on
1980 - The bodies of four American nuns slain in El
Salvador two days earlier were unearthed. Five
national guardsmen were later convicted of the
1983 - U.S. jet fighters struck Syrian anti-aircraft
positions in Lebanon in retaliation for attacks
directed at American reconnaissance planes. Navy Lt.
Robert O. Goodman Jr. was shot down and captured by
1984 - A five-day hijack drama began as four men
seized a Kuwaiti airliner en route to Pakistan and
forced it to land in Tehran. Two American passengers
were killed by the hijackers.
1986 - Both U.S. houses of Congress moved to
establish special committees to conduct their own
investigations of the Iran-Contra affair.
1987 - Cuban inmates at a federal prison in Atlanta
freed their 89 hostages, peacefully ending an 11-day
1991 - Associated Press correspondent Terry Anderson
was released after nearly seven years in captivity
1991 - Pan American World Airways ceased operations.
1992 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush ordered
American troops to lead a mercy mission to Somalia.
White House steps up bid to forestall new Iran sanctions
Breitbart - The White House warned Congress Tuesday that passing new
sanctions -- even with a delayed launch date -- would give Iran an
excuse to undermine an interim nuclear deal.
VIDEO: EU imposes fresh sanctions on Iran shipping
Press TV - The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) says the
European Union has imposed fresh sanctions against the country by
banning Iranian vessels from using its ports and shipping lines despite
the recent nuclear deal in Geneva.
US vows to help Japan defend status quo as China air defence row
The Guardian - The US and Japan will work together to prevent any
attempt by China to change the status quo in the Asia-Pacific region,
the US vice-president, Joe Biden, has said, on a visit to north-east
Putin: Russia needs Arctic presence to guard against U.S. threat
The Star Online - President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday Russia had
vital defence and economic interests in the Arctic, citing a potential
U.S. military threat from submarine-based missiles there.... Putin has
ordered a Soviet-era military base reopened in the Arctic as part of a
drive to make the northern coast a global shipping route and secure the
region's vast energy resources.
Bail-Ins And Deposit Confiscation Confirmed At ‘Future of Banking in
Zero Hedge - A major conference on the future of banking yesterday heard
contributions on a European banking union which is being negotiated by
Eurozone finance ministers. One of the aspects of that union will be a
'bail-in' of deposits when banks fail in the future. Michael Noonan,
Ireland’s Minister for Finance confirmed yesterday that bail-ins or
deposit confiscation will be used.
First ever open court hearing held on the CIA ‘black site’ prison in
RT - In the first ever public hearing, Europe’s human rights court
examined Poland’s role in CIA ‘black site’ prisons and torture of
suspects. Poland refuses to share information with the court saying that
it could compromise a domestic investigation.
VIDEO: Edward Snowden spy leaks: only 1% of files published
The Telegraph - Appearing before the Home Affairs Select Committee, Alan
Rusbridger said Edward Snowden, a former contractor with the National
Security Agency (NSA) handed 58,000 files to four places - The Guardian,
Washington Post, a location in Rio de Janeiro and a location in Germany.
* Related Article:
Guardian journalists could face criminal charges...
Venezuela: Socialists Can’t Keep the Lights On
Kurt Nimmo - The South American country was pitched into darkness for a
second time this year as a power outage struck the oil-rich country. The
electricity went out in Caracas and much of the rest of Venezuela around
8 p.m. local time.
Japan brainstorms new measures to stop radioactive leak at Fukushima
RT - Japan’s government panel offered new measures to stop radioactive
water leaking from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea.
Officials said the plant could completely run out of storage space for
contaminated water within two years.
VIDEO: Saudi criminals fighting in Syria: Al-Ja’afari
Press TV - Syria’s ambassador to the United Nations says many Saudis who
have been either sentenced to death or life in prison are released to
fight against the Syrian government.
EU fines 8 major banks record 1.7bn euro for rigging rates
RT - The European Commission has slapped record fines of 1.7 billion
euro on eight major banks for manipulating lending rates that play a key
role in the global economy. The penalties will add to already escalating
costs for leading global lenders.
Truck with dangerous radioactive materials hijacked in Mexico - IAEA
RT - The truck was reportedly carrying outdated medical equipment used
to perform radiotherapy when it was hijacked at a gas station in
Tepojaco, Hidalgo – near Mexico City – on Monday, the National
Commission of Nuclear Safety and Safeguards (CNSNS) said.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Most Americans think US should 'mind its own business' abroad,
The Guardian - A majority of Americans believe the US plays a
less important and powerful role in the world than it did 10
years ago, according to a long-running study that found that
most people now believe America should “mind its own business
Boeing Wins $76 Million “Doomsday Plane” Contract
Dubbed “Nightwatch” by the military (and unofficially called
“the Doomsday Plane”), the E-4B fleet consists of four modified
Boeing 747 aircraft which are designed to keep the U.S.
president and Secretary of Defense safe, airborne, and in
control of U.S. military forces in the event of a nuclear
Drone Nation Infographic
homeland-security-degree.org - The American love affair with
drones (officially called unmanned aerial vehicles) extends to
both military and law enforcement uses. The U.S. isn’t the only
country that uses drones, but it is the most regular user in the
TSA Expands Searches of Parked Cars at Airports
Paul Joseph Watson - TSA-approved warrantless searches of
vehicles parked outside airports are being expanded, with a
photograph taken at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International
Airport informing Thanksgiving travelers that all vehicles
belonging to AmeriPark customers “will be searched by uniformed
Expert Testifies to Congress that Obama’s ‘Ignoring Laws’ Could
Lead to Overthrow of Government
mediaite.com - During a congressional committee hearing about
the constitutional limits imposed on the presidency and the
implications of President Barack Obama’s disregard for
implementing the Affordable Care Act as written, one expert
testified that the consequences of the president’s behavior were
Expert: Healthcare.gov Security Risks Even Worse After ‘Fix’
Free Beacon - Health and Human Services (HHS) released a
progress report on Sunday following its self-imposed Nov. 30
deadline to repair the website, saying that the “team has
knocked more than 400 bug fixes and software improvements off
the punch list.”... The eight-page report made no mention of the
website’s numerous security flaws, which experts say put
Americans’ personal information at risk.
Health insurers post huge stock price gains in expectation of
financial windfall from Obamacare
(NaturalNews) Among the insurers enjoying record gains: Aetna,
Cigna, UnitedHealth and Gilead. All of these companies have been
trading at near one-year highs. In fact, according to CNBC,
Gilead stocks are up nearly 200 percent since Obamacare was
enacted. Amgen is up more than 90 percent. Biogen has done even
better - gains of more than 300 percent.
Parents Stop Biometric Hand Scanner Program At Public Schools
Kit Daniels - A school district in the state of Washington has
stopped its use of biometric hand scanners at schools which
uniquely identified each student after parents flooded a school
board meeting last night to complain.
In largest-ever U.S. city bankruptcy, cuts coming for Detroit
(Reuters) - A federal judge on Tuesday formally declared Detroit
bankrupt, a landmark ruling that clears the way for potentially
sweeping cuts to city worker pensions and retirement benefits
and for steep and possibly precedent-setting losses to the
cash-strapped city's bond holders.
Too Big To Fail Banks Are Taking Over As Number Of U.S. Banks
Falls To All-Time Record Low
Economic Collapse - In 1985, there were more than 18,000 banks
in the United States. Today, there are only 6,891 left, and that
number continues to drop every single year. That means that more
than 10,000 U.S. banks have gone out of existence since 1985.
Meanwhile, the too big to fail banks just keep on getting even
Illinois approves retiree benefit cuts
Press TV - Lawmakers from the US state of Illinois on Tuesday
approved a sweeping overhaul of government worker pension
systems by trimming retiree benefits and increasing state
East Coast Hit With RADCON 3 Levels As Radiation Continues To
Rise Across America
(Before It's News) - All across the United States, radiation
levels are rising as shown in this graphic below from the
Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center (NETC). RADCON level 4 watches
have been issued for Pittsburgh, PA, Lincoln, Nebraska, San
Antonio, Texas, Fresno, California and St. George, Utah while
radiation levels spike to RADCON level 3 across much of the
More sea star species dying off
king5.com - A respected sea star expert released a report
showing a deadly disorder has spread to more species. Neil
McDaniel put together a overview of the so-called wasting
syndrome which found it has spread from a relatively confined
population in Howe Sound in British Columbia to up and down the
entire West Coast, from California to Alaska.
Sewage flowing into the Great Lakes has only half of drugs and
(NaturalNews) An International Joint Commission report,
conducted by scientists from both the US and Canada, finds that
the Great Lakes region is being severely over-contaminated with
chemicals and prescription drugs that are bypassing treatment
methods at sewage treatment plants.
Those Vaccinated With The Pertussis Vaccine Are Spreading
Green Med Info - Even mainstream media outlets like the New York
Times are publishing the truth: Those vaccinated against
pertussis are carrying and spreading the bacteria and are
responsible for most of the outbreaks.
Heart Expert: Saturated Fat Causing Heart Disease is a Myth
Natural Society - Published in the British Medical Journal,
Malhotra, who is an interventional cardiology specialist
registrar at Croydon University Hospital in London, says the
issue isn’t as simple as we’ve been led to believe, and that the
saturated fat scare has led to millions being over-medicated
with dangerous statins.
Amish Family Avoiding Forced Chemo Back in U.S. But Hiding
Activist Post - ABC news is still regurgitating the old story
from the Akron Children's Hospital's perspective - that she will
die without the chemo treatment. This Newsy piece tells more...
This is what Chicken McNuggets look like -- Seriously!
Vegsource.com - Someone figured out in the 1960's that meat
processors can eek out a few more percent of profit from
chickens, turkeys, pigs, and cows by scraping the bones 100%
clean of meat. This is done by machines, not humans, by passing
bones leftover after the initial cutting through a high pressure
sieve. The paste you see in the picture above is the result.
Cumin sleep aid tea
STEPin2- This soothing tea contains sleep-friendly ingredients
like cumin seeds and raw honey. Cumin seeds: They are a highly
effective treatment for insomnia.
Anti-inflammatory effects of curcumin prevent development of
liver cirrhosis in lab study
(NaturalNews) Cirrhosis of the liver can develop from several
types of liver damage, disease or inflammation. A group of
Israeli researchers set out to determine the effect that
anti-inflammatory curcumin would have on curbing the development
of cirrhosis in damaged livers.
Dandelion has unsuspected health benefits such as inhibiting
cancer cell growth
(NaturalNews) The dandelion leaves are recognized for their
ability to purify the blood, help with digestion and hamper the
formation of hardened crystals known as gall stones. Ongoing
research is most importantly starting to show that dandelion may
possibly turn out to be an exceptional alternative for
chemoresistant forms of cancer.
Antibiotics found to halt chemotherapy drugs from killing tumors
(NaturalNews) One of the biggest problems with Western
medicine's reliance on drug-based solutions to disease is that
these conventional modalities can interfere with one another,
often creating new problems that require even more drug-based
solutions, and so on.
Trans Fat “Ban” Not What It Appears
Alliance for Natural Health - The timing and intent of the FDA’s
rule is suspect for two reasons. First, it was announced only
after most companies had already eliminated trans fat—it’s
currently only in a handful of foods. Second, the ban will
promote market demand for two new GMO soybeans by Monsanto and
DuPont, which are engineered for trans fat free oils.
Ghee: A clarified butter rich in essential fats and vitamins
(NaturalNews) Ghee is a type of clarified butter that originated
in India and remains popular in South Asian cuisine. It is made
by removing the milk proteins and water from raw, unsalted
butter, resulting in a lactose-free, nutty flavored butterfat
that is packed with nutrients.
Chemicals in Heart Stress Tests Can Actually Trigger Heart
Dr. Mercola - You need to be very careful when considering this
type of heart test, known as a chemical cardiac stress test, as
a new announcement from the US Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) warns that the drugs used could actually trigger a heart
attack and death. The FDA’s warning applies to two chemical
stress test drugs called Lexiscan (regadenoson) and Adenoscan
RF Safe-Stop shuts down car engines with radio pulse
BBC - A British company has demonstrated a prototype device
capable of stopping cars and other vehicles using a blast of
electromagnetic waves. The RF Safe-Stop uses radio frequency
pulses to "confuse" a vehicle's electronic systems, cutting its
A Simple "Green" Way to Help Boost Your Cat's Health and
Dr. Becker - Herbs are quite easy to grow, even when you don’t
have much space or a green thumb. And if you’re a cat owner, you
might want to consider cultivating certain herbs to help improve
the health and happiness of your favorite feline.
- December 3, 2013 - Today In History:
1818 - Illinois was admitted as the 21st state of
1828 - Andrew Jackson was elected president of the
1835 - In Rhode Island, the Manufacturer Mutual Fire
Insurance Company issued the first fire insurance
1917 - The Quebec Bridge opened for traffic after
almost 20 years of planning and construction. The
bridge suffered partial collapses in 1907 (August
29) and 1916 (September 11).
1931 - Alka Seltzer was sold for the first time.
1950 - Paul Harvey began his national radio
1967 - In Cape Town, South Africa, a team of
surgeons headed by Dr. Christian Barnard, performed
the first human heart transplant on Louis Washkansky.
Washkansky only lived 18 days.
1982 - Doctors at the University of Utah Medical
Center removed the respirator of Barney Clark. The
retired dentist had become the world's first
recipient of a permanent artificial heart only one
1983 - 3-foot-high concrete barriers were installed
at two White House entrances.
1984 - In Bhopal, India, more than 2,000 people were
killed after a cloud of poisonous gas escaped from a
pesticide plant. The plant was operated by a Union
1992 - The Greek tanker "Aegean Sea" ran aground at
La Coruna, Spain and spilled 21.5 million gallons of
1993 - Angola's government and its rebel enemies
agreed to a cease-fire in their 18-year war.
1994 - Rebel Serbs in Bosnia failed to keep a pledge
to release hundreds of UN peacekeepers.
1997 - South Korea received $55 billion from the
International Monetary Fund to bailout its economy.
1999 - The World Trade Organization (WTO) concluded
a four-day meeting in Seattle, WA, without setting
an agenda for a new round of trade talks. The
meeting was met with fierce protests by various
1999 - The National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) lost radio contact with the
Mars Polar Lander as it entered Mars' atmosphere.
The spacecraft was unmanned.
US deploys newest surveillance aircraft to Japan amid tensions with
RT - As tensions mount over China’s declaration of a new air defense
zone, the United States Navy has deployed next-generation surveillance
aircraft to Japan.
Islamist rebels seize part of ancient Syrian Christian town, take nuns
RT - Islamist fighters have captured the ancient quarter of Maaloula, a
predominantly Christian town and UNESCO heritage site in Syria, and are
holding captive several nuns and their mother superior from the St.
Thecla Convent, SANA reported.
Ukraine Protesters Commandeer Bulldozer to Push Back Cops
Kurt Nimmo - Protesters in Ukraine may be somewhat deluded. It looks
like they want the country to join the bankster cabal’s European Union.
They are also upset over President Viktor Yanukovich’s decision to
embrace Russia’s sphere of influence and what many perceive as a return
to the bad old days of dictatorial rule under the Soviets.
Nearly 1000 Iraqis killed in November
Press TV - According to figures released by the country’s ministries of
health and defense earlier this week, the death toll included 852
civilians, 53 police officers and 43 soldiers. Another 1,349 people were
also injured in the attack.
VIDEO: Australia faces new intelligence leak
Press TV - A report says Australia’s intelligence agency offered to
share ‘medical, legal or religious’ information about ordinary
Australian citizens with major intelligence partners.
Travelers May Be Able To Turn Leftover Change Into Bitcoins
yahoo.com - In yet another sign of the Bitcoin’s potential impact on the
travel industry, a vending machine kiosk in Turkey may soon allow
travelers to exchange their leftover foreign change into Bitcoins.
Transgene Escape: GMOs Spreading Uncontrollably Around the World
Natural Society - Testbiotech, a nonprofit organization started with
independent (‘non-biased’) biotech research in mind, recently released a
report on the spread of genetically altered plants. The organization
says GMOs are spreading throughout the world without any controls in
place to stop them. They have escaped their intended areas and are
moving into the environment and even infringing on wild plant
US calls on China to rescind air defence zone to avoid Japan
The Guardian - The US called on China to scrap its newly declared air
defence identification zone on Monday, warning that Beijing risked a
potentially dangerous confrontation with Japan and its allies at the
start of a trip to the region by vice-president Joe Biden.
'Saudis, Israelis developing new ‘super Stuxnet’ against Iran nuclear
RT - Saudi Arabia and Israel’s Mossad intelligence division are
co-conspiring to produce a computer worm “more destructive” than the
Stuxnet malware to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program, according to a
report from the semi-official Iranian Fars news agency.
New Russian Submarines Are So Silent That The U.S. Navy Calls Them
thetruthwins.com - Did you know that Russia is building submarines that
are so quiet that the U.S. military cannot detect them? These “black
hole” submarines can freely approach the coastlines of the United States
without fear of being detected whenever they want.
Rare Iceland armed police operation leaves man dead
BBC - Icelandic police have shot dead a man who was firing a shotgun in
his apartment in the early hours of Monday. It is the first time someone
has been killed in an armed police operation in Iceland, officials say.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Directive Provides Government With Intelligence After
Declaration of Martial Law
Kurt Nimmo - Even in the unlikely event there is a nuclear war
or some other catastrophic event, a directive issued by the
director of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence,
James Clapper, will make sure the NSA still listens in on your
calls, that is if there are any phones or cell towers left
Over 700,000 people on US watch list: and once you get on,
there’s no way off
RT - The names of nearly three-quarters of a million individuals
have been secretly added to watch lists administered by the
United States government, but federal officials are adamant
about keeping information about these rosters under wraps.
NSA employees received talking points for Thanksgiving dinner
RT - If a politically-charged dinnertime debate sidelined your
Thanksgiving, don’t blame the National Security Agency. New
documents have surfaced suggesting the NSA sent their employees
home for the holidays with pre-determined talking points.
The Fix Is In: Obamacare Website STILL Doesn’t Work
Steve Watson - It’s December, so that must mean the Obamacare
website is now working right? After all, December 1st was the
deadline date set during the congressional hearings for when the
site would be running smoothly. Well, turns out that was ANOTHER
lie, because the website is still not functioning and will not
be doing so for some time.
California cops go on trial for beating mentally ill homeless
man to death
RT - On July 5, 2011, 37-year-old Kelly Thomas was hospitalized
after a run-in with police that saw him tasered multiple times,
beaten with batons and the blunt side of a taser, while yelling
for his father for help. Former Fullerton Officer Manuel Ramos,
39, has been charged with second-degree murder and involuntary
manslaughter. Meanwhile, former Cpl. Jay Cicinelli, 41, is
charged with involuntary manslaughter and the use of excessive
force. Both are pleading not guilty.
VIDEO: No security ever built into Obamacare site: Hacker
CNBC News - It could take a year to secure the risk of "high
exposures" of personal information on the federal Obamacare
online exchange, a cybersecurity expert told CNBC on Monday.
Single-Payer Healthcare for Vermont on Track for 2017
Truthout - Amidst the difficulties of rolling out the private
insurance company model of the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA),
it has almost gone unnoticed by the national corporate media
that one state is going ahead with plans for a single-payer
non-profit system to be implemented by 2017.
Cancer Patient and ObamaCare Critic Says He's Being Audited by
CNS News - Elliot, who has Stage 4 cancer, informed viewers he
wasn’t going to pay the $1,500 a month for the new plan being
offered, preferring not to burden his family and to “let nature
take it’s course.” After his story attracted media attention,
Elliot says his insurance company decided to let him keep his
Kids Arrested Waiting for School Bus
Adan Salazar - The Edison Tech high school students were on
their way to a basketball scrimmage as part of a group of about
a dozen teens who had been instructed by their coach to wait for
the bus in downtown Rochester. A Rochester police officer
arrived when he saw the group of teens gathered on the sidewalk,
and ordered them to disperse. Students attempted in vain to
explain they were headed to a basketball game.
Judge Andrew Napolitano 2016 Draft Gains Momentum
Sunshine State News - Over the weekend, Larry Hunter from
the"'Draft Andrew Napolitano For President" committee insisted
the effort he helps lead was making progress. “We are focused on
convincing the judge the support is there to make a run,” Hunter
emailed supporters. “And the numbers are making the case.
YouTube: Gerald Celente - Lew Rockwell Show - December 2, 2013
Gerald Celente - Bond Market Explosion and Intellectual
Revolution for Liberty.
Tally of U.S. Banks Sinks to Record Low
WSJ - The number of banking institutions in the U.S. has
dwindled to its lowest level since at least the Great
Depression, as a sluggish economy, stubbornly low interest rates
and heightened regulation take their toll on the sector.
Wow – The Holiday Shopping Season Is Off To A Horrible Start
Economic Collapse - According to the National Retail Federation,
Americans spent an average of 4 percent less over the four day
Thanksgiving weekend than they did last year. Overall, that
means that approximately $1.7 billion less was spent at U.S.
retailers compared to last year.
Gold Drops Below Cash Cost, Approaches Marginal Production Costs
Zero Hedge - As we showed back in April, the marginal cost of
production of gold (90% percentile) in 2013 was estimated at
between $1250 and $1300 including capex. Which means that as of
a few days ago, gold is now trading well below not only the cash
cost, but is rapidly approaching the marginal cash cost of
Chart Of The Day: The Fed Now Owns One Third Of The Entire US
Zero Hedge - The most important chart that nobody at the Fed
seems to pay any attention to, and certainly none of the
economists who urge the Fed to accelerate its monetization of
Treasury paper, is shown below...
Breaking: False HIV diagnosis extremely common in military
(NaturalNews) It's a sad day in America, the most diverse
experiment in democracy ever attempted, when individuals are
persecuted, and their lives ruined, for politically motivated
Miley: VA Medical Center's healing pet cat
SF Gate - Traumatic events arise every day at the VA, but none
this year has been as traumatic as the day Miley got a toothache
and had to be rushed away for treatment.
Surprising Natural Herb Tackles Virulent Cancer Tumors
Natural Society - Bindweed extract has been shown to be helpful
for numerous cancers, including prostate cancer, lung cancer,
liver cancers, and more. It is so helpful, in fact, that it
completely destroyed ‘virulent’ cancer tumors in laboratory
How to Protect Yourself If You Get a Vaccine
blogs.naturalnews.com - There’s a large body of evidence that
vaccines are responsible for a number of serious health risks,
including long-term weakened immunity, organ damage,
infertility, and neurological disorders like autism.
5 Reasons to Rethink Chicken
Natural Society - There are several reasons chicken—and
especially mass-produced chicken—might not deserve a place on
your plate. Here are 5 reasons to re-consider chicken...
The detoxifying health benefits of bentonite clay
(NaturalNews) Life in the 21st century is full of stress and
environmental toxicity. We have over 80,000 toxic chemicals in
our surrounding environment that we interact with regularly. A
lifestyle of daily detoxifying strategies and periodic
Acetaminophen Linked to Increased Risk of Kidney Dysfunction
When Combined with Alcohol
Dr. Mercola - Acetaminophen is the number one cause of acute
liver failure in the US. Taking just a little more than the
recommended dose over the course of several days or weeks
(“staggered overdosing”) is far more risky than taking one large
Research shows curcumin suppresses cancer cell invasion and
(NaturalNews) At the School of Medicine in National Yang-Ming
University, in Taipei, Taiwan, researchers studied the active
component of turmeric, curcumin, for its anti-tumor
capabilities. In the thorough study, curcumin was found to
activate tumor-suppressing proteins which are responsible for
stopping cancer cell invasion and the further spread of cancer,
Research: Lack of cardiovascular fitness kills more than
diabetes, smoking and obesity combined
(NaturalNews) The ability of the heart and lungs to provide
oxygenated blood to tissues, coupled with the the muscles'
proper use oxygen is called cardiovascular fitness.
Man heals psoriasis, loses weight with raw food diet
(NaturalNews) According to the International Federation of
Psoriasis Associations, psoriasis affects nearly 125 million
people globally. Individuals suffer from red, scaly patches on
their skin, which is often accompanied by severe pain due to
intense cracking and bleeding. James was one man who knew the
symptoms all too well, living with dark red, raised patches on
his arms. However, when he began a raw food diet, his symptoms
Get Ready to Pay More Online: Supremes Refuse to Hear Internet
Kurt Nimmo - In another blow to the Constitution, the Supreme
Court on Monday declined to hear a case by Amazon and
Overstock.com challenging a law that requires online retailers
to collect sales tax in states where they have no physical
presence. The Supreme Court refusal to hear the case will allow
state governments to tax online retailers and turn online
retailers into de facto tax collection agencies
Expert: Amazon Drones Will Crash Into People
Paul Joseph Watson - A UAV expert has warned that Amazon’s
ambitious policy to deliver goods to customers using drones will
result in the devices crashing into people.
Utah couple hit with $3,500 fine for leaving negative online
RT - Nearly five years after a Utah couple cancelled a
transaction with a company called KlearGear.com, the web company
has slapped them with a hefty fine in retaliation for a negative
online review, damaging their credit rating.
How to Forage for 5 Common Edible Wild Plants
Natural Blaze - When food is scarce, chaos and fear begin to set
in. Instead of panicking, step outside and go for a walk and
more than likely, food will be right under your nose.
- December 2, 2013 - Today In History:
1804 - Napoleon was crowned emperor of France at the
Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.
1816 - The first savings bank in the U.S., the
Philadelphia Savings Fund Society, opened for
1823 - U.S. President James Monroe outlined his
doctrine opposing European expansion in the Western
1901 - Gillette patented the KC Gillette Razor. It
was first razor to feature a permanent handle and
disposable double-edge razor blades.
1917 - During World War I, hostilities were
suspended on the eastern front.
1927 - The Ford Motor Company unveiled the Model A
automobile. It was the successor to the Model T.
1954 - The U.S. Senate voted to condemn Sen. Joseph
R. McCarthy for what it called "conduct that tends
to bring the Senate into dishonor and disrepute."
The censure was related to McCarthy's controversial
investigation of suspected communists in the U.S.
government, military and civilian society.
1961 - Cuban leader Castro declared in a nationally
broadcast speech that he was a Marxist-Leninist and
that he was going to lead Cuba to communism.
1969 - The Boeing 747 jumbo jet got its first public
preview as 191 people flew from Seattle, WA, to New
York City, NY. Most of the passengers were reporters
1970 - The Environmental Protection Agency began
operating under its first director, William
1982 - Doctors at the University of Utah implanted a
permanent artificial heart in the chest of retired
dentist Barney Clark. He lived 112 days with the
device. The operation was the first of its kind.
1991 - American hostage Joseph Cicippio was released
by his kidnappers. He had been held captive in
Lebanon for over five years.
1993 - The space shuttle Endeavor blasted off on a
mission to fix the Hubble Space Telescope.
1995 - NASA launched a U.S.-European observatory on
a $1 billion dollar mission intended to study the
1997 - U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno declined to
seek an independent counsel investigation of
telephone fund-raising by President Clinton and Vice
President Gore. It was concluded that they had not
violated election laws.
2001 - Enron Corp. filed for Chapter 11
reorganization. The filing came five days after
Dynegy walked away from a $8.4 billion buyout. It
was the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history.
2010 - NASA announced the discovery of a new
arsenic-based life form.
US halts logistic support to some Afghan army, police units
Press TV - The US military in Afghanistan has reportedly reduced its
logistic military support to Afghan army and police forces amid Kabul’s
refusal to sign a security deal with Washington.
Syria army confiscates Israeli-made arms
Press TV - The Syrian army says it has confiscated Israeli-made weapons
in its latest operations against foreign-backed militants. A military
source told the Syrian news agency SANA on Sunday that Israeli weaponry
-- including missiles -- were seized in an operation in the central city
of Tadmur in Homs province.
VIDEO: Israel to join UNHRC despite violations of Palestinians' rights
Press TV - On Sunday, an unknown Israeli source confirmed Tel Aviv’s
membership in the UNHRC, saying a formal invitation was expected soon.
This comes three days after the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
described Tel Aviv’s illegal settlement activities as “a cause for grave
‘Day of rage’: UK protests Israeli plan to remove 70,000 Bedouins
RT - Across the UK Britons are to take to the streets to protest an
Israeli plan to forcibly remove 70,000 Palestinian Bedouins from their
homes. The proposal has triggered accusations of “ethnic cleansing” and
“discrimination” from activists groups.
‘Revolution!’ Thousands pour in for pro-EU rally in Ukraine, storm govt
RT - Thousands of demonstrators chanting ‘Revolution!’ have flocked into
'Maidan' square in Kiev despite a court-imposed ban on rallies. The
protesters have reportedly taken several government buildings
Bangkok police use tear gas on protesters besieging govt buildings
RT - Police dispersed activists with tear gas who were attempting to
storm Bangkok’s Government House amidst deadly clashes in the Thai
capital. Opposition protesters are calling for the ouster of Prime
Minister Yingluck Shinawtra.
China plan to quit dollar infuriates US: Analyst
Press TV - Finian Cunningham made the remark in a Sunday column for
Press TV amid escalation of tensions between US and China over Beijing's
enforcement of an Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ).
Iceland thumbs nose at international opposition to advance $1.2 billion
debt relief plan
RT -Iceland’s government has announced that it will be writing off up to
24,000 euros ($32,600) of every household’s mortgage, fulfilling its
election promise, despite overwhelming criticism from international
Woman has child taken from her womb by social services
The Telegraph - Essex social services obtained a High Court order
against the woman that allowed her to be forcibly sedated and her child
to be taken from her womb. The council said it was acting in the best
interests of the woman, an Italian who was in Britain on a work trip,
because she had suffered a mental breakdown.
Thailand: As Promised, Regime Deploys Black-Clad Militants
Tony Cartalucci - UPDATE: Regime gunmen have been identified by their
shirts as a sect drawn from Phitsanulok province, part of the Thaksin
Shinawatra regime’s northeast political stronghold. This particular
groups has strong affiliations with leading pro-regime mob leader and
regime MP Jatuporn Prompan, and was involved directly with bloodshed in
2010′s violence as well.
Japanese firm plans 250 mile-wide solar panel belt around Moon
The Telegraph - Tokyo-based Shimizu Corp. wants to lay a belt of solar
panels 250 miles wide around the equator of our orbiting neighbour and
then relay the constant supply of energy to “receiving stations” on
Earth by way of lasers or microwave transmission. The “Luna Ring” that
is being proposed would be capable of sending 13,000 terawatts of power
Fukushima? 5 Million Seabirds Estimated to Have Died on the Beaches of
Australia and New Zealand
Activist Post - Reports are coming out that unusually high counts of
dead seabirds are winding up on shores in Australia and New Zealand. All
the birds that have been tested by vets so far were found to be starving
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Senate and House Intelligence Committees Defend Destruction of
Kurt Nimmo - The Senate and House Intelligence committees
believe revelations about the NSA are more damaging to the
United States than the ongoing dismantlement of the Constitution
and the Bill of Rights.
VIDEO: "Improved" ObamaCare Site Crashes Live, on CNN
townhall.com - The new and improved ObamaCare web site: Good
enough for government work?! This would be a joke if millions of
Americans didn't need to replace their cancelled insurance --
and by two weeks from today, if they need it to begin on January
Don't Believe the Obamacare Spin - Here's What's Still Wrong
townhall.com - Today is the day of President Obama's
self-imposed "deadline" for marked improvements in functionality
for Healthcare.gov, a crucial cog in the Rube Goldberg machine
of Obamacare. Don't be surprised if the Obama Administration's
out there front and center with spin on how they've met their
Canadian denied entry to the US after agent cites private
RT - A wheelchair-bound Canadian woman was denied entry to the
United States this week because she was previously diagnosed
with clinical depression. Now she wants to know why the US
Department of Homeland Security had her medical history on file.
Mobs, Stampedes, Fights, Brawls, A Stabbing And Shooting: A
Video Compilation Of Black Thursday 2013
Zero Hedge - That greatest of all American traditions – the
Black Friday Thursday stampede, this year accompanied with a
stabbing and a shooting, is back.
Consider: Is Black Friday is a Crime Against Humanity?
Activist Post - The Chinese labor camps indeed have women and
children forced to work 7 days a week, and sometimes 20 hours a
day. These factories are home for U.S. corporations that make
staggering profits from the slave labor of women and children -
and you're paying for it.
Church Group Kicked Out Of Public Park For Handing Out
Thanksgiving Dinners To Homeless
Storyleak - A church group in Lake Worth, FL was kicked out of a
public park Thursday afternoon after a park ranger spotted them
feeding homeless residents.... Unfortunately, a Palm Beach
County park ranger “just following orders” soon approached the
group and demanded they leave for violating an alleged city
Colorado Black Friday Gun Purchases in the Thousands
Denver Post - Criminal background checks for firearm sales in
Colorado were in the thousands on Black Friday. By the end of
the evening, 3,804 checks had been processed by the Colorado
Bureau of Investigation, according to the bureau's social media
Punished for Her Good Deed? City Threatens Woman Housing the
Needy With Fines
Fox News - A woman who has been helping the less fortunate for
over 40 years could be punished for her good deeds. The city of
Lawrence, Kansas is threatening Debbie Nall with fines for
allowing strangers in need into her home.
Strategic Air Command Was Not Very Strategic with the Super
Secret Nuke Code of 00000000
The Daily Sheeple - The only numbers that stood between the
world and a nuclear apocalypse were a closely guarded secret for
many years but now we know that they must have been developed
through intensely difficult algorithms. Obviously, great care
had to be taken that this super secret code would not be easily
15 Signs That We Are Near The Peak Of An Absolutely Massive
Stock Market Bubble
Economic Collapse - One of the men that won the Nobel Prize for
economics this year says that "bubbles look like this" and that
he is "most worried about the boom in the U.S. stock market."
But you don't have to be a Nobel Prize winner to see what is
Wage Strikes Planned at Fast-Food Outlets
NY Times - Seeking to increase pressure on McDonald’s, Wendy’s
and other fast-food restaurants, organizers of a movement
demanding a $15-an-hour wage for fast-food workers say they will
sponsor one-day strikes in 100 cities on Thursday and protest
activities in 100 additional cities.
Self-Driven Vehicles to Eliminate Countless Jobs
Activist Post - Well, you've got less than ten years to warn
that millions more will go unemployed due to self-driven cars.
Two fresh reports outline where this is all going.
The Establishment’s New Tactic: Gag All War Veterans
21st Century Wire - Formalizing its gagging order policies with
regards to veterans is important, because it’s the state’s way
of not only neutralizing dissenting veterans, but also
dehumanizing them by stripping away their right to free speech
and expression. Below details the stories of many such
individuals including American combat veterans who served in
‘Eminent domain’ threatens Port Orchard, Washington homes
q13fox.com - City officials want to expand the walking trail
along the Sinclair Inlet. To do it, the city may seize five
waterfront properties using eminent domain – and that has those
homeowners seeing red.
Massachusetts seeks 10-yr ban on gas fracking after series of
RT - An environmental committee at Massachusetts Statehouse has
approved a bill, imposing a 10-year ban on fracking for natural
gas. The move comes as a wave of earthquakes in Texas has raised
new concerns over the controversial drilling technique.
Nearly 1000 Record Low Temperatures Set As Another Round of
Arctic Air Forecast To Deep Freeze The U.S.
climatedepot.com - Almost 1000 record low max temps vs 17 record
high temps. Records in the last 7 days: 205 snowfall records,
969 Low Max. 203 Low temps, 17 High Temp, 61 High minimum.
YouTube: Truth In Media: Vaccines and Autism Trailer
Ben Swann - Tuesday, December 3, 2013 Ben Swann Truth in Media
will expose what the Mainstream Media has not told you about
vaccine court and autism.
Sucralose's (Splenda) Harms Vastly Underestimated: Baking
Green Med Info - A new, in-depth review on the synthetic
sweetener sucralose (marketed as Splenda), published in the
journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, is destined to
overturn widely held misconceptions about the purported safety
of this ubiquitous artificial sweetener.
Turmeric: A Wellness Promoting Tonic At Low Doses, Research
Green Med Info - Turmeric has legendary status as a
disease-fighting agent, but did you know that when administered
in low doses to already healthy adults it significantly improves
Neurosurgeon Explains How You can Detox Chemtrail Poisons
Natural Society - Dr. Blaylock warns we will see an increase in
numerous diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia, cancer, and
upper-respiratory diseases just to name a few. But here is the
good news – according to this particular neurosurgeon, you can
help your body detox from some of the numerous chemicals in
chemtrails (thorium, barium, mercury, aluminum oxide, and
How Natural Desiccated Thyroid puts T4-only Medications in the
Green Med Info - Millions use synthetic thyroxine (T4) to treat
hypothyroidism completely unaware that a natural and more
effective form of hormone replacement exists for hypothyroidism.
Shocking findings on what you need to know about anesthesia
(NaturalNews) "The risks of being over-anesthetized are many,
including long term dementia, memory loss and even death." - Dr.
Barry Friedberg, MD.
More than just Fukushima radiation: Three convincing reasons to
reduce or eliminate milk and dairy from your diet
(NaturalNews) The Department of Nuclear Engineering at UC
Berkeley has been taking radiation samples since the Fukushima
meltdown. They have tested both raw milk and store-bought, and
have detected radioactive isotopes cesium-134 and 137 (Cs-134,
16 More Reasons Black Seed Is 'The Remedy For Everything But
Green Med Info - A year ago, we wrote an article about nigella
sativa (aka black seed) titled, 'The Remedy For Everything But
Death.' It described the research on the many ways in which
black seed (nigella sativa) is a potentially life-saving
medicinal food, and is one of our most popular articles, with
over 225K social media shares.
Reusable grocery bags contain toxic levels of lead
(NaturalHealth365) What do reusable grocery bags, ladies
handbags and dental amalgams have in common? They’re all filled
with toxic heavy metals. And, although touted as a wonderful way
to ‘save the planet’ – these eco-friendly bags actually increase
the risk of bacterial infections and lead poisoning.
Tree Nuts, Chockfull of Healthful Fats, May Help You Live Longer
Dr. Mercola - Many people needlessly shun raw nuts from their
diet, believing their fat content contributes to weight gain.
But mounting research suggests nuts such as pecans and
macadamias may actually help you live longer—and help you lose
weight to boot.
Amazon.com to deploy army of robotic flying drones to deliver
packages straight to your doorstep
(NaturalNews) In news that has shocked the world, Amazon.com
founder Jeff Bezos has publicly announced an ambitious plan to
deliver packages to customers in 30 minutes using airborne
robotic drones. The story was unveiled by 60 Minutes on Sunday.
Journal Retraction of Séralini GMO-Cancer Study Is Illicit,
Unscientific, and Unethical
Green Med Info - The editor of the journal Food and Chemical
Toxicology (FCT), Dr A. Wallace Hayes, has decided to retract
the study by the team of Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini, which found
that rats fed a Monsanto genetically modified (GM) maize NK603
and tiny amounts of the Roundup herbicide it is grown with
suffered severe toxic effects, including kidney and liver damage
and increased rates of tumors and mortality.
NSA Spying Risks $35 Billion in U.S. Technology Sales
Bloomberg - Disclosures of spying abroad may cost U.S. companies
as much as $35 billion in lost revenue through 2016 because of
doubts about the security of information on their systems,
according to the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation,
a policy research group in Washington whose board includes
representatives of companies such as International Business
Machines Corp. (IBM) and Intel Corp. (INTC)
32 Privacy Destroying Technologies That Are Systematically
Transforming America Into A Giant Prison
Michael Snyder - If you live in the United States, you live in a
high tech surveillance grid that is becoming more oppressive
with each passing day. In America today, the control freaks that
run things are completely obsessed with watching, tracking,
monitoring and recording virtually everything that we do.
Bone Broth: The “Soul Food” Perfect for Sick Pets Who Won’t or
Dr. Becker - You’ve probably heard that chicken noodle soup is
kind of a “soul food.” When we’re sick, we want to eat foods
that comfort us. And there’s research now that proves the
science behind why certain types of foods are nourishing to
people and comforting to pets.
- November 29, 2013 - Today In History:
1864 - The Sand Creek Massacre occurred in Colorado
when a militia led by Colonel John Chivington,
killed at least 400 peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho
Indians who had surrendered and had been given
permission to camp.
1929 - The first airplane flight over the South Pole
was made by U.S. Navy Lt. Comdr. Richard E. Byrd.
1939 - The USSR broke off diplomatic relations with
Finland prior to a Soviet attack.
1947 - The U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution
that called for the division of Palestine between
Arabs and Jews.
1963 - U.S. President Johnson named a commission
headed by Earl Warren to investigate the
assassination of President Kennedy.
1967 - U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara
announced that he was leaving the Johnson
administration to become president of the World
1974 - In Britain, a bill that outlawed the Irish
Republican Army became effective.
1975 - Bill Gates adopted the name Microsoft for the
company he and Paul Allen had formed to write the
BASIC computer language for the Altair.
1982 - The U.N. General Assembly voted that the
Soviet Union should withdraw its troops from
1987 - Cuban detainees released 26 hostages they'd
been holding for more than a week at the Federal
Detention Center in Oakdale, LA.
1989 - In Czechoslovakia, the Communist-run
parliament ended the party's 40-year monopoly on
1990 - The U.N. Security Council voted to authorize
military action if Iraq did not withdraw its troops
from Kuwait and release all foreign hostages by
January 15, 1991.
1994 - The U.S. House passed the revised General
Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
1996 - A U.N. court sentenced Bosnian Serb army
soldier Drazen Erdemovic to 10 years in prison for
his role in the massacre of 1,200 Muslims. The
sentence was the first international war crimes
sentence since World War II.
2004 - The French government announced plans to
build the Louvre II in northern France. The 236,808
square foot museum was the planned home for 500-600
works from the Louvre's reserves.
China Declares “Willing To Engage In A Protracted Confrontation” With
Japan As “Prime Target”
Zero Hedge - Official media said that Japan is the "prime target" and it
is an "urgent task for China to further train its air force to make full
preparation for potential conflicts." Japanese lawmakers, meanwhile, are
pushing for a bill "demanding an immediate withdrawal of China's ADIZ."
Chinese jets shadowed US and Japanese planes in new air defense zone
RT - Chinese fighter jets were scrambled and followed US and Japanese
planes that had entered the newly-proclaimed Chinese air defense zone in
the disputed area of the East China Sea, Xinhua reports.
US Flyover in China-Japan Island Row – Will the Real Provocateur Please
Global Research - Washington’s move to fly nuclear-capable bombers over
China’s eastern air defense zone as a forceful endorsement of Japan’s
claims over disputed islands is both needlessly confrontational and
Karzai condemns US strike that killed toddler, threatens not to sign
RT - President Hamid Karzai has blamed the US for a drone strike on a
home in southern Afghanistan that killed a 2-year-old child and wounded
two women, vowing that he will not sign a key bilateral security deal if
such attacks continue.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: Black Friday Exposed as a Scam: Special Report
Infowars.com - David Knight interviews Black Thursday shoppers
and exposes some deals that are not as great as they seem.
Black Friday shopping marred by shooting, clashes and arrests
RT - Shoppers got more than they bargained for beginning
Thursday evening as retail outlets across the United States
opened their doors early for annual Black Friday deal seekers,
predictably prompting an array of violent episodes from city to
And So It Begins: New York Sending Out Gun Confiscation Notices
blacklistednews.com - New York’s SAFE Act is a bad, bad thing.
It requires people to register, sell or transfer (out of state)
“assault rifles” and “high capacity” magazines. Many Empire
State gun and standard capacity ammunition magazine owners have
complied. Many have not. So, at some point, the State’s gonna go
15-Year-Old Charged With Terroristic Threat After Lighting
Toilet Paper Roll On Fire
Breitbart - Police say a 15-year-old freshman boy faces a
second-degree criminally negligent burning charge, a
misdemeanor, and a first-degree terroristic threatening charge,
a felony, after he ignited a roll of toilet paper in the
bathroom of West High School Wednesday morning.
YouTube: Julie Borowski on the Stossel Show with John Stossel
Julie Borowski - This interview aired on the Fox Business
network in September. A handful of people on YouTube have
uploaded it. So here it is on my channel...
Watch: ObamaScare: Our Entire Economy is About to Get Hit With a
Sledgehammer *Micro Documentary*
Mac Slavo - With the Patient Affordable Care Act now actively
being integrated into American society, many still have no clue
what its after-effects will actually be. Here’s the reality: The
pain is coming and if you have yet to experience it in the form
of higher insurance premiums, you can be assured that you’re
going to feel it very soon in one way or another.
YouTube: Gerald Celente on Economic and Military Trends Across
David Knight is joined via Skype by Gerald Celente of Trends
Journal to discuss the global financial outlook and the history
of Governments crashing markets to control a populace.
Bitcoin Passes Price of Gold
silverdoctors.com - Bitcoin surged another 15% overnight, and
briefly surpassed the price of gold at $1242 (while gold dipped
UPDATE: ... And then Bitcoin collapses 13% minutes later...
Zero Hedge - It seems the growing tensions in Asia (Japan-China
sabre-rattling and Indian capital controls) have prompted more
great rotation out of fiat and into digital currency as
China/India markets open. For the first time ever, the price of
one unit of Bitcoin exceeds the price of an ounce of gold...
“I Work At McDonalds, But I Can’t Afford To Eat There”
zerohedge.com - For Shawndraka Mack, a 100% pay rise from her
current $7.60 “would do just fine.” While some employees turn to
blood plasma donation, and most are on food stamps (and other
benefits), the mother of two teenagers (on Medicaid) told
Bloomberg Businessweek, “I love what I do, but I don’t want to
work for nothing.”
Happy Thanksgiving from Occupied Afghanistan
Infowars.com - Here’s how U.S. soldiers spend their
Thanksgiving. As you celebrate #Thanksgiving, take a moment to
remember those who are not home with their loved ones.
Toxic waste from Mexico flooding into Arizona sparks a new
azfamily.com - Toxic water flowing from Mexico into the United
States is the cause of a different kind of border war.... Rain
water carries toxins from Mexican sewage and also industrial
waste. Roughly 80 factories south of the border produce
clothing, metals, plastics, and more. Waste from those plants
seeps into the environment, and rains bring it to Arizona.
Exclusive: Hospitals Using DHEC to Shut Down Natural Birth
Centers in SC – UPDATE
Ben Swann - Hospitals are losing millions to natural birth
centers and want to use government regulation to eliminate their
competition. According to an employee of a Fort Mill center,
Obstetricians from Rock Hill sent an email to a S.C. Department
of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) board member in order
to shut down the center.
The Current Vaccine Reality: Disinformed Consent
Natural Blaze - We are living in the age of disinformed consent.
Parents assume their doctors and their public health authorities
are providing them with all relevant vaccine information, and
nothing could be further from the truth.
6 Simple Tips to Help Prevent Holiday Weight Gain
Dr. Mercola - The average American gains close to one pound
during the six-week period from Thanksgiving through New Year’s
Day, while those who are overweight or obese gain an average of
Steps for Avoiding this Cancer-Causing Substance in Cooked Foods
Natural Society - Over ten years ago the nation was given a sad
bit of news – that their beloved French fries and potato chips
contained a cancer-causing substance known as acrylamide. It was
a headline grabber as the substance was believed to cause cancer
in lab rats when consumed at very high doses. Now, acrylamide
has vanished from the spotlight, leaving many people wondering
if it’s still in our foods and if it’s still something to worry
The 2 Herbs for Asthma, COPD, and Chronic Bronchitis Sufferers
Natural Society - Asthma among children and even adults, COPD
(chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder), and chronic bronchitis
cases have surged over the past couple of decades.
Unfortunately, mainstream solutions for respiratory issues are
falling short, as usual. But natural solutions like khella and
lobelia offer relief, with no side effects.
Got the winter blues? Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins may help
(NaturalNews) Adding vitamins to your diet can help reduce the
feeling of depression, winter blues or seasonal affective
disorder (SAD). B vitamins, especially vitamin B12, have been
shown to help those suffering from feelings of anxiety or
Homegrown, Homemade Pumpkin Pies
Mother Earth News - Homegrown, homemade pumpkin pies are
becoming the starting event to a social, seasonal, joy-binge of
shared holiday moments. This year we turned 8 winter luxury
pumpkins into pumpkin pie mix with one toaster oven, two
afternoons, and a lot-a-bit-of love.
Comet Ison ‘May Have Survived’ Brush With Sun
Sky News - Astronomers tracking what they hoped would be the
“comet of the century” say some of it may have survived its
close encounter with the Sun.
Renault Will Remotely Lock Down Electric Cars
blacklistednews.com - For a long time, cars were a symbol of
freedom and independence. No longer. In its Zoe electric car,
car maker Renault apparently has the ability to remotely prevent
the battery from charging. And that’s more chilling than it
2 Hints You Have an Awesome Relationship with Your Dog
Dr. Becker - How well do you fare on this simple 2-part doggie
relationship test? A great relationship may have a profound
bearing on your health, lowering pain, stress, and blood
pressure. So if you want to feel more love and boost your
morale, make sure this is part of your day.
How Your Levels of "Hug Hormone" Affect Your Pet's Happiness and
Dr. Becker - Is overeating a sign that your pet may be using
food to cope with emotional distress? Make sure you're not
guilty of this common pet owner mistake... The 3-point test to
find out how happy your pet may be, and how you compare to
owners with the highest levels of the "hug hormone"...
VIDEO: Loki Learns About Life
Dr. Becker - Loki, an adorable yellow lab pup, grows into an
equally charming – and smart – adult dog.
- November 28, 2013 - Today In History:
1919 - American-born Lady Astor was elected the
first female member of the British Parliament.
1925 - The Grand Ole Opry made its radio debut on
1934 - The U.S. bank robber George "Baby Face"
Nelson was killed by FBI agents near Barrington, IL.
1943 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British
Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet Leader
Joseph Stalin met in Tehran to map out strategy
concerning World War II.
1963 - U.S. President Johnson announced that Cape
Canaveral would be renamed Cape Kennedy in honor of
his assassinated predecessor. The name was changed
back to Cape Canaveral in 1973 by a vote of
1964 - The U.S. launched the space probe Mariner IV
from Cape Kennedy on a course set for Mars.
1978 - The Iranian government banned religious
1983 - The space shuttle Columbia took off with the
STS-9 Spacelab in its cargo bay.
1985 - The Irish Senate approved the Anglo-Irish
accord concerning Northern Ireland.
1989 - Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci arrived in
New York after escaping her homeland through
1990 - Margaret Thatcher resigned as prime minister
1992 - In Bosnia-Herzegovina, 137 tons of food and
supplies were to be delivered to the isolated town
1994 - Jeffrey Dahmer, a convicted serial killer,
was clubbed to death in a Wisconsin prison by a
1995 - U.S. President Clinton signed a $6 billion
road bill that ended the federal 55 mph speed limit.
2010 - WikiLeaks released to the public more than
250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables. About 100,000 were
marked "secret" or "confidential."
US, Israel to threaten Iran with war game
Press TV - The US and Israel are planning to conduct a joint military
drill in an effort to threaten Iran towards the end of the six-month
period when an interim deal between Iran and the five permanent members
of the UN Security Council plus Germany expires.
China sends warplanes to newly established air defense zone
RT - China confirmed that it had flown warplanes over the country’s
newly established East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ)
on Thursday, state media reported. The zone roused controversy when it
was announced last week, as it covered disputed territory claimed by
China, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea.
The Iranian Deal: What the Big Six Really Have to Gain
caseyresearch.com - Officials from Iran made a deal with six countries
(the US, Russia, China, England, France, and Germany)—in exchange for
suspending the world's sanctions on Iran, Iran will curb its nuclear
weapons program.... All of these countries have some sort of agenda that
they are pushing—and this deal is going to give them exactly what they
VIDEO: US 'not leaving' air bases in Afghanistan
Press TV - The United States is ratcheting up pressure against the
Afghan government of Hamid Karzai because it has no intentions of
leaving major air bases, an analyst says.
Weather Warfare, Then Ecomical Warfare, Now Biological Warfare? UN
agencies launch mass vaccinations for children in typhoon-hit
News Beacon Ireland - All of this comes nicely packaged as
a”humanitarian” endeavour to ease the suffering. Similar to the wars
initiated on “humanitarian” grounds. Nothing is as it appears on the
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Thanksgiving and the Blessings of Liberty
New American - What originated as a sort of harvest festival
among British colonists in the New World has taken on a life of
its own. No longer is Thanksgiving a mere celebration of the
harvest (a ritual found in many cultures); it has become a
symbol of the oft-neglected virtue of gratitude.
NSA Contractors Are Literally Paying Off the Senators in Charge
Of Keeping Them in Check
PolicyMic - After passing through the Senate’s Intelligence
Committee, the so-called “FISA Improvements Act” is poised to
actually do the complete opposite of what its title implies.
Military Urban Operations Training: "Blacked-out" Helicopters
Reported in Several Cities
Activist Post - Military training exercises are being conducted
over a wide area of the United States. Phoenix, Los Angeles and
Dallas news stations were inundated with calls about
"blacked-out" helicopters flying low over the cities.
VIDEO: Banning Doorknobs, Frat Parties, And “God Bless America
Signs?! Nanny Of the Month
Liberty Crier - They make it their business to mind your
business. And recently busybodies have made it their business to
ban doorknobs in Vancouver (next stop: your town?)...
Nation’s largest school police force, in L.A., will stop
ticketing kids 12 and younger
Public Integrity - Responding to demand for reforms, the
nation’s largest school police force — in Los Angeles — will
stop issuing tickets to students 12-years-old or younger for
minor infractions allegedly committed on or near campuses during
So who wants to go to K-Mart at 6am on Thanksgiving?! Holiday
shopping madness begins as critics say retailers have gone too
Daily Mail - The holiday shopping bonananza began early this
year as lines of customer flocked to K-Mart at 6am on
Thanksgiving morning and more than a dozen reailers opened their
doors to shoppers one day ahead of the famed-Black Friday
Bitcoin Value Passes $1,000 For First Time Ever
Washington Post - At the start of November, one Bitcoin traded
for just a bit over $200. By mid-month it had soared to $400.
Then, around the time of the Senate hearings, it rose briefly
above $900. Earlier Wednesday, the price broke through the
psychologically significant $1,000 barrier on Mt. Gox, the most
popular exchange for trading Bitcoins for dollars.
Obama: Socialism for Agribusiness Moves Americans Out of Poverty
Kurt Nimmo - All the usual corporate players are behind passing
this bill to make sure transnational agribusiness keeps
receiving gravy from an increasingly beleaguered American tax
Air Force Sgt. Matt Pinkerton Fires 2 Fatal Shots at Home
Intruder - Now Faces 2nd Degree Murder Charge
Freedom Outpost - Through no fault of his own, Matt Pinkerton is
now facing the real possibility of being imprisoned for doing
what any self respecting, individually responsible person would
do – defending himself, his wife, his guests and his home.
Fracking to blame? Texas rocked by 16 earthquakes in last 3
RT - Northern Texas towns are experiencing an intense string of
earthquakes – the last of which was one of the most powerful in
5 years. As unusual tremors have been going on for over 3 weeks
now, many suspect fracking might be to blame.
Look Up! film and mobile app a call to action on chemtrails
Activist Post - A new film on aerial spraying programs, Look
Up!, does more than expose; it provides a mobile app for
observers to notify their legislators when chemtrails are
spotted, despite official denial that such programs exist.
4 Awesome Foods for Naturally Detoxing Your Liver
Natural Society - An occasional liver detox can do wonders for
your total body health. Here are 4 herbs and foods that can help
keep your liver healthy and detoxified.
Celery: A Potential Alternative to Blood Pressure Medication
Natural Society - Research shows that celery could offer similar
or better benefits than drugs for individuals suffering from
high blood pressure, but without side effects.
The Prostate Mistake Millions of Men Make
Prevent Disease - It's a fact that 1 in 2 American men will
suffer from prostate problems by age 50, and an astonishing 9 in
10 will by the age of 70. It's a myth however that this is an
unavoidable part of aging for men. You can be one of those lucky
guys who doesn't have any prostate problems whatsoever!
Metabolic acidosis causes cancer, diabetes and premature death
(NaturalNews) Cancer, chronic fatigue, diabetes, osteoporosis
plus many other degenerative diseases are caused by 'metabolic
acidosis.' Is your body pH slightly alkaline? If not, this is a
serious health condition - that needs to be addressed
Feeling Generally Dissatisfied and “Not Happy”? How to Nip
Subclinical Depression in the Bud
Dr. Mercola - Your emotions can have a powerful effect on your
physical health and well-being—and vice versa. Happiness can not
only protect your body from stressors that can lead to coronary
heart disease, it can also boost your immune system's ability to
fight off the common cold.
Professor Warns of Robots Armed With Tasers
Paul Joseph Watson - Professor of Artificial Intelligence and
Robotics Noel Sharkey warns that autonomous robots armed with
tasers may soon be used for crowd control purposes. Sharkey
chairs The International Committee for Robot Arms Control, a
group which is seeking to achieve an international ban on robots
that can act autonomously and kill humans.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Gardening in December
Organic Gardening - While the calendar year is just about over,
we can be sure that our gardens are eternal and spring is a mere
season away. There's always a little more work to do in the
garden, so here's your to-do list for December.
- November 27, 2013 - Today In History:
1779 - The College of Pennsylvania became the University of
Pennsylvania. It was the first legally recognized university in
1901 - The Army War College was established in Washington, DC.
1910 - New York's Pennsylvania Station opened.
1963 - U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson delivered his first
address to a joint session of Congress.
1970 - Pope Paul VI, visiting the Philippines, was attacked at
the Manila airport by a Bolivian painter disguised as a priest.
1973 - The U.S. Senate voted to confirm Gerald R. Ford as vice
president after the resignation of Spiro T. Agnew.
1983 - 183 people were killed when a Colombian Avianca Airlines
Boeing 747 crashed near Barajas airport in Madrid.
1987 - French hostages Jean-Louis Normandin and Roger Auque were
set free by their pro-Iranian captors in West Beirut, Lebanon.
1989 - 107 people were killed when a bomb destroyed a Colombian
jetliner minutes after the plane had taken off from Bogota's
international airport. Police blamed the incident on drug
1991 - The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution
that led the way for the establishment of a UN peacekeeping
operation in Yugoslavia.
1992 - In Venezuela, rebel forces tried but failed to overthrow
President Carlos Andres Perez for the second time in ten months.
Israel Launches Largest Ever Air Force Exercise Day After Iran Deal
Paul Joseph Watson - In what some would see as no coincidence, Israel
launched its largest ever international air force exercise just a day
after the Iran nuclear “deal” which has left Tel Aviv fuming.
Iran: White House Lying About Details of Nuke Deal
Washington Free Beacon - Iranian officials say that the White House is
misleading the public about the details of an interim nuclear agreement
reached over the weekend in Geneva. Iran and Western nations including
the United States came to an agreement on the framework for an interim
deal late Saturday night in Geneva. The deal has yet to be implemented.
Nuclear Deal With Iran Prelude to War, Not "Breakthrough"
Activist Post - Unless Iran plans on turning over its sovereignty and
regional influence along with its right to develop and use nuclear
technology, betrayal of any "nuclear deal" is all but inevitable, as is
the war that is to shortly follow.
Report: More Drone Strike Deaths Since Obama Announced New “Constraint”
Steve Watson - A new report from a leading watchdog on drone missile use
concludes that there have been more deaths from strikes in the six
months AFTER president Obama announced a new “constraint” on use of the
technology than there were in the six months before.
U.S. to Continue Flights in Defense Zone Claimed by China
Bloomberg - The U.S. won’t change its flight operations to comply with
China’s newly claimed air-defense zone in the East China Sea, a Pentagon
China Is On A Debt Binge And A Buying Spree Unlike Anything The World
Has Ever Seen Before
Economic Collapse - When it comes to reckless money creation, it turns
out that China is the king. Over the past five years, Chinese bank
assets have grown from about 9 trillion dollars to more than 24 trillion
dollars. This has been fueled by the greatest private debt binge that
the world has ever seen.
Jesuit Trained Pope Trashes Capitalism in Call for Worldwide Socialism
Kurt Nimmo - Pope Francis released his first encyclical on Tuesday. In
addition to restating opposition by the Catholic Church to abortion, the
new Pope criticized free market capitalism and advocated wealth
Secrecy law approved in Japan — Fear Fukushima cover-ups to worsen
ENENews - Japan’s more powerful lower house of Parliament approved a
state secrecy bill late Tuesday [...] Critics say it might sway
authorities to withhold more information about nuclear power plants
[...] The move is welcomed by the United States [...] lawyer Hiroyasu
Maki said the bill’s definition of secrets is so vague and broad that it
could easily be expanded to include radiation data [...]
VIDEO: Syria rejects barring Assad from political transition
“The era of colonialism has gone forever,” an official source at Syria’s
Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, in reply to statements by some
Western countries and their Arab allies that Assad should have no part
in a transitional stage in the Middle Eastern country.
EU: Iran sanction relief could be in Dec. or Jan.
Press TV - The European Union (EU) says the bloc could lift some
sanctions against Iran in December or January as part of the deal
between Tehran and world powers in Geneva.
VIDEO: EU may freeze data-sharing with US
Press TV - European Union’s justice and right commissioner Viviane
Reding has threatened to halt data-sharing arrangements with the United
States because of recent revelations about Washington’s spying scandal.
US B-52 bombers snub China air defense zone, fly over disputed islands
RT - Two US military B-52 bombers flew over territorially-disputed
islands in the East China Sea without informing China, while two of
Japan’s largest airlines also refused to comply with the rules of
Beijing’s newly set up air defense zone.
Merck betting $100 million on new China-based pharmaceutical factory
(NaturalNews) A recent Rueters article covered Merck's plan to invest
$108 million for a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant to be up and
running in China by 2017. This announcement is motivated partly by the
anticipation of China by 2017. This announcement is motivated partly by
the anticipation of China's annual sick-care spending to soar into the 1
trillion dollar range from 2011's 357 billion dollar expense.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
CIA turned al-Qaeda double agents at Guantanamo base called
London Telegraph - The CIA used a secret base at Guantanamo Bay
nicknamed ‘Penny Lane’ to turn some of al-Qaeda’s most dangerous
terrorists into double agents, US officials have admitted.
Inmates languishing under Guantanamo Bay’s harsh regime were
offered cash rewards, “hotel” style rooms and even pornography
if they agreed to help the CIA track down and kill fellow
Supreme Court to hear 'Obamacare' contraceptive mandate
McClatchy - The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it will revisit
the controversial health care law dubbed Obamacare, this time to
decide whether employers must cover contraception in their
Busting Eight Common Excuses for NSA Mass Surveillance
EFF - We’ve heard from lots of folks who are passionately
concerned about the NSA’s mass spying, but are struggling to get
their friends and family to understand the problem and join the
over a half-million people who have demanded change through
stopwatching.us and elsewhere.... So here’s a cheat sheet to
help you talk about the NSA spying when you’re with family and
Sandy Hook Report: Adam Lanza Broke Laws to Acquire Guns, Broke
More Laws Using Them
Ammo Land - The report lists “a number of crimes” Lanza
committed with the stolen guns—including the crime of “Murder
Under Special Circumstances,” which was committed twenty-six
times—and the report says Adam Lanza “was solely criminally
responsible” for all these crimes.
Connecticut judge orders release of Newtown 911 tapes
(Reuters) - A Connecticut judge on Tuesday ordered the release
of the 911 tapes of calls from Sandy Hook Elementary School made
during the December 14th shooting spree that killed 20 children
and six adults.
Bloomberg wants you to start fights about gun control at
reason.com - On the Mayors Against Illegal Guns' "Demand Action"
site, the tone for a holiday frolic is set by the Talking Turkey
About Guns page: Everyone has friends and relatives with strong
opinions and shaky facts. You can help set the table straight --
all you need is this simple guide to Talking Turkey about guns!
Legalized Theft of Guns
Ammo Land - An anti-freedom policy has been spreading across
United States police departments, the legalized theft of
citizens guns.... The policy is to impound guns, in extreme
cases, all guns that officers come across, whether involved in
any crime or not, then to refuse to return the guns until a
judge issues an order to return them. As the attorney fees
needed to obtain a court order can easily be 10 times what the
gun is worth, most people do not bother.
Lara Logan on leave after '60 Minutes' review slams Benghazi
LA Times - Lara Logan has been ordered to take an indefinite
leave of absence from the CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes" after an
internal review found deep flaws in her reporting about the
attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya.
Ron Paul: Yellen Dangerous For The Economy
Kitco News - Paul says not much will change. “If anything, it’ll
be slightly worse because she is a very aggressive inflator…I
think she’ll be dangerous to the dollar and she will not revive
the economy.” Paul thinks the Fed is temporarily holding markets
in check by making Wall Street people richer and helping out the
bankers but it has done nothing for the economy.
What If Grocery Stores Were Run Like Healthcare?
Alliance for Natural Health - John Goodman of Southern Methodist
University is a leading US analyst of what is commonly called
healthcare, which employs one in ten American workers. He asks
us to imagine for a moment a grocery store run along healthcare
industry lines. In this case, he notes...
Fish Eat Plastic from Polluted Oceans, Travels up Food Chain &
Natural Society - Our oceans are polluted with small plastic
particles that fish eat, then humans soon consume the toxic
Scientists Find Way to Detect Nanoparticles in Food, Risks Still
Natural Society - Scientists have developed a method of testing
for detecting one common type of nanoparticle found in food.
Ellagic Acid: A Cervical, Breast, & Prostate Cancer Fighting
Natural Society - Studies have shown how ellagic acid is able to
fight breast, prostate, cervical, and other types of cancer.
7 Foods and Herbs to Fight the Common Cold
Natural Society - There are plenty of foods and herbs that can
reduce the severity of your symptoms and even help you get over
the cold more quickly. Here are 7 immune-boosting foods to help
you overcome and prevent sickness...
New Cholesterol Treatment Guidelines Could Double the Number of
People on Dangerous Statins
Dr. Mercola - One in four Americans over the age of 45 currently
take a statin drug, despite the fact that there are over 900
studies proving their adverse effects, which run the gamut from
muscle problems to increased cancer risk.
Five important go-to detoxifiers for every home farmacy
(NaturalNews) For the health of the nation to change,
individuals must stop relying on pharmacies and must instead
start creating their own farmacies at home.
Cell phone radiation breast cancer link - New study raises grave
(NaturalNews) The research team, led by Dr. Lisa Bailey, a
former president of the American Cancer Society's California
Division and one of California's top breast surgeons, studied
four young women - aged from 21 to 39 years old - with
multifocal invasive breast cancer. The researchers observed that
all the patients developed tumors in areas of their breasts next
to where they carried their cell phones, often for up to 10
hours per day, for several years.
Is Your Perfume Poison?
Dr. Mercola - I caution against using any synthetic perfume or
cologne, or any other synthetically fragranced personal care
product, as they're almost always loaded with synthetic
chemicals that have been linked to cancer, reproductive
toxicity, allergies, and more.
Black widow spiders found in grapes in several states
(NaturalNews) Halloween may be over, yet it seems that the
feared black widow spider is still lurking around. But instead
of appearing as a scary plastic prank, the live arachnid is
ending up in our food. Ongoing sightings of black widow spiders
appearing in grape packages have made headlines lately, most
recently in Wisconsin, Missouri and Michigan.
Blue light found to improve brain function and focus better than
(NaturalNews) Swedish researchers have made a fascinating
discovery with regard to short wavelength blue light that
suggests that it could be used as a natural therapy to help
improve cognitive function and boost energy levels.
Last glimpse of Comet ISON before Thursday encounter with sun
Fox News - A NASA probe orbiting Mercury has returned new photos
of Comet ISON, and a number of other spacecraft are all set to
document the icy wanderer's much-anticipated solar flyby on
Thursday, Nov. 28.
Scientists develop amazing new waterproof surface that mimics
plant leaves, butterfly wings
(NaturalNews) The new technology, which draws from patterns
found specifically in the veins of nasturtium leaves and Morpho
butterfly wings, is said to be the "most waterproof material
ever." BBC News reports that its application on a silicon
surface increased the speed of that surface's repellant
properties by an amazing 40 percent more than the previously
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Western hummingbirds in the East–set your feeders out!!
ebird.org - East of the Mississippi, it is well-known that there
is only one expected hummingbird–the familiar Ruby-throated
Hummingbird. Ruby-throateds typically arrive in April and the
bulk have departed by the first of October. ...any hummingbird
seen after about 15 October is more likely to be a rare western
species... * Related article:
The Rufous Hummingbird...
3 Steps To Planting A Healthy, Bountiful Tree During Winter
Off The Grid News - Late fall and winter are some of the best
times to plant a tree in your yard or garden. When you plant a
tree in late fall or winter, the tree will spend most of the
season in dormancy, but will put the bulk of its energy into
establishing new roots.
So There’s A Tiny Island In Japan, And You’re Really Gonna Want
To See What’s There…
Amazing Oasis - A Japanese photographer named Fubirai spent 5
years photographing and documenting the lives of semi-feral cats
who live off the coast of Fukuoka, Japan. This island has been
called Cat Heaven Island by many. One look at the photographs
and life there, and you’ll see exactly why.
Give Thanks to Your Pet
Susan Thixton - I’m seeing all types of warnings on the Internet
– warning pet owners against sharing any of your Thanksgiving
dinner with your pet. I’m here to say the opposite.... There is
no logic (or science) to preventing a cat or dog from consuming
real food.... Yes – there is a small amount of common sense
involved here. Don’t give cats or dogs any of the following
Cat-Friendly Herbs to Grow on Your Balcony or Windowsill
Dr. Becker - These 10 herbs can benefit your cat's health. And
they're incredibly easy to grow and can be grown in small
spaces. Check them out for your cat's itchy skin, digestion,
wound healing, allergies, and more.
- November 26, 2013 - Today In History:
1789 - U.S. President Washington set aside this day to observe
the adoption of the Constitution of the United States.
1825 - The first college social fraternity, Kappa Alpha, was
formed at Union College in Schenectady, NY.
1832 - Public streetcar service began in New York City.
1940 - The Nazis forced 500,000 Jews of Warsaw, Poland to live
within a walled ghetto.
1941 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill
establishing the 4th Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day.
In 1939 Roosevelt had signed a bill that changed the celebration
of Thanksgiving to the third Thursday of November.
1942 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered nationwide
gasoline rationing to begin December 1.
1943 - The HMS Rohna became the first ship to be sunk by a
guided missile. The German missile attack led to the death of
1,015 U.S. troops.
1949 - India's Constituent Assembly adopted the country's
constitution The country became republic within the British
Commonwealth two months later.
1950 - China entered the Korean conflict forcing UN forces to
1965 - France became the third country to enter space when it
launched its first satellite the Diamant-A.
1973 - Rose Mary Woods, told a federal court that she was
responsible for the 18-1/2 minute gap in a key Watergate tape.
Woods was U.S. President Nixon's personal secretary.
1975 - Lynette"Squeaky" Fromme was found guilty by a federal
jury in Sacramento, CA, for trying to assassinate U.S. President
Ford on September 5.
1986 - U.S. President Reagan appointed a commission headed by
former Sen. John Tower to investigate his National Security
Council staff after the Iran-Contra affair.
1988 - The U.S. denied an entry visa to PLO chairman Yasser
Arafat, who was seeking permission to travel to New York to
address the U.N. General Assembly.
1990 - Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev met with Iraqi
Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz at the Kremlin to demand that Iraq
withdraw from Kuwait.
1997 - The U.S. and North Korea held high-level discussions at
the State Department for the first time.
1998 - British Prime Minister Toney Blair made a speech to the
Irish Parliament. It was a first time event for a British Prime
2003 - The U.N. atomic agency adopted a resolution that censured
Iran for past nuclear cover-ups and warning that it would be
policed to put to rest suspicions that the country had a weapons
Reports: U.S. Unfreezes $8 Billion in Iranian Assets
Washington Free Beacon - The United States released $8 billion in frozen
assets to Iran on Sunday in a move meant to ensure Tehran’s compliance
with a nuclear pact signed over the weekend, according to top Iranian
Karzai wants US to halt operations on civilians as condition for
RT - Afghan President Hamid Karzai is calling for the United States to
cease all military operations on civilian homes and show a clear
dedication to the peace process before a security pact is signed, his
spokesman said Tuesday.
France Planned False Flag Terror Attack in Britain
Paul Joseph Watson - French intelligence services planned to stage a
terror attack in Britain and then blame it on neo-nazis in a bid to
assassinate Muslim hate preacher Abu Hamza, according to an
investigation by pressure group Hope Not Hate.
US, UK officials worry Snowden still has ‘doomsday’ collection of
RT - US and British intelligence officials say they are concerned about
a “doomsday” collection of highly classified, heavily encrypted
materials they believe former National Security Agency contractor Edward
Snowden may have stored away. The cache supposedly contains documents
with names of US and allied intelligence personnel, seven current and
former US officials and other sources told Reuters.
Canada Approves GM Fish Eggs, Environmental Threat
Activist Post - Two Canadian groups are speaking out against the
introduction of AquaBounty's genetically engineered salmon: Canadian
Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN) and Islanders Say No to Frankenfish.
Could the approval of GM fish eggs be the first major stepping stone in
pushing GM salmon into the public arena without full approval?
Israel to send team to US over Iran deal
Press TV - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is planning to send
his national security advisor to the US for talks on a pending agreement
between Iran and the six major world powers over the country's nuclear
Permanent Iran nuclear deal would revolutionize oil market
McClatchy - “If Iran really gets back to producing its oil and expanding
capacity, the potential is almost as big as the shale gas revolution in
the United States,” said Phil Flynn, senior energy analyst for the Price
Futures Group. Iran holds the world’s fourth-largest proven oil reserves
and second-largest natural gas reserves, according to the International
‘German unis get funds from US military’
Press TV - A report shows German universities have received millions of
euros in funds from the US military for research projects into munitions
and drone software, a report shows.
Pakistan deploys first home-made drones
RT - Pakistan launched its first domestically produced drones on Monday,
as police cracked down on demonstrators protesting US drone strikes
targeting Islamic militants on Pakistani territory.
Thai protesters besiege 4 more ministerial buildings seeking govt ouster
RT - Thai opposition protesters have targeted several more government
ministries on Tuesday in a continuation of their effort to depose Prime
Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's government. It comes a day after they
took over two ministries.
Pro-EU protesters clash with police in Ukrainian capital
RT - Tear gas was reportedly deployed by both sides as pro-EU protesters
clashed with police in Kiev. At the same time, jailed ex-PM Yulia
Tymoshenko has started a hunger strike to demand the president sign the
association agreement with the EU.
VIDEO: 'Greeks injecting HIV to claim benefits’
Press TV - In the report, WHO said it estimates that about half of the
new HIV infections reported in Greece were self-inflicted “to enable
people to receive benefits of 700 euros per month and faster admission”
to drug-substitution programs.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
'We've got to finish the job': Obama takes on hecklers to
doubles down on immigration reform claiming it would boost
economy and shrink deficit
Daily Mail - During a token policy appearance Monday in San
Francisco, President Obama railed against Republicans for
standing in the way of his 'comprehensive' immigration reform
plans that would extend an amnesty to millions of illegal
Halperin: Death Panels Built Into Obamacare
Kurt Nimmo - Halperin said the death panel concept is a
cornerstone of Obamacare. “It’s built into the plan. It’s not
like a guess or like a judgment. That’s going to be part of how
costs are controlled,” Halperin told Steve Malzberg. Halperin
makes his comments eight minutes into the above video.
Democratic Staffers: Whoa, Our Rising Healthcare Costs Are
townhall.com - Welcome to the Obamacare party, people who helped
their bosses foist this monstrosity upon an unwilling public.
Many of these legislative aides are now saddled with much higher
-- "unacceptable!" -- health costs, now that they're fending for
themselves on DC's Obamacare exchange.
Your phone is talking behind your back — to your doctor
WTOP |- Your phone knows everything about you — how much you
walk, talk and what level of Candy Crush you’re stuck on — but
soon it could be spilling secrets to your doctor. More and more
physicians are prescribing apps that help track their patients’
illnesses through information collected by their smartphones.
New Gun Shoots “DNA” Bullets
Liberty Crier - A company called SelectaDNA has created a
special kind of paintball gun that shoots uniquely-coded DNA
pellets. It’s being billed as a highly effective tool against
rioters and other disturbers of the peace. The gun comes in
pistol and rifle models and shoots a uniquely-coded DNA pellet
that marks the target so that they can be apprehended at a less
confrontational time for officers.
Revealed: Northrop Grumman’s Unmarked Gray Helicopter Drone
Paul Joseph Watson Next generation UAV to spy on Americans?...
It appears to be a smaller version of the company’s MQ-8C Fire
Scout helicopter drone, which was tested for the first time
earlier this month by the U.S. Navy. Unlike the MQ-8C Fire
Scout, the drone seen in the image above has no markings.
U.S. generals now take action to watch Obama
WND - After one of them called for the “forced resignations” of
President Obama and congressional leaders in response to
multiple grievances, including the alleged political purge of
hundreds of senior military officers, two retired U.S. generals
are creating a citizens’ commission to scrutinize Obama
administration actions on national security and economic issues.
Secession Movement Growing In Two Surprising States
Ben Swann - The “secession movement” is currently picking up
steam in two unlikely states: Colorado and Maryland. Groups of
residents in both states cite leftist agendas and high taxes as
reasons for wanting to become independent.
YouTube: "I'm Just a Mom!" Daphne Lee Gives Powerful Speech
After making her wait 8 hours, the Clark County Commission
decided to hear Daphne Lee speak against the NDAA in Clark
County, NV. What followed was one of the most powerful public
comments in history.
High School Student in Critical Condition After Being Tazed by
Adan Salazar - The family of a high school student fears he will
not survive injuries sustained last Wednesday after school
resource officers Tazed him, the family’s attorney has stated.
Young man arrested for marijuana possession dies in jail after
guards ignore his severe food allergies
(NaturalNews) According to reports, Michael Ryan Saffioti's
pleas for medical assistance during a severe allergic reaction
went completely unheard by the jail's wardens and medical
personnel, which resulted in the young man dying, one of the
latest casualties of the senseless war on marijuana.
During Chilly November, Feds Jet Off To Caribbean Resort At
Washington Times - A group of federal officials skipped chilly
Washington this month for a taxpayer-funded trip o the Virgin
Islands in the name of protecting the world’s coral reef.
Government books $41.3 billion in student loan profits
USA Today - The federal government made enough money on student
loans over the last year that, if it wanted, it could provide
maximum-level Pell Grants of $5,645 to 7.3 million college
6 Key Ways to Survive a Personal Economic Collapse
Activist Post - With all that is being written about the
national economic collapse, people seem to be waiting for some
huge event. However, for many North Americans, the collapse is
here. This isn’t relegated to only lower income neighborhoods.
As an article from a Cincinnati new station stated, “Hunger
doesn’t know a zip code.”
Government Spends More on Corporate Welfare Subsidies than
Social Welfare Programs
Think By Numbers - About $59 billion is spent on traditional
social welfare programs. $92 billion is spent on corporate
subsidies. So, the government spent 50% more on corporate
welfare than it did on food stamps and housing assistance in
U.S. Marine predicted own brutal murder by 'ally'
WND’s camera was rolling as Greg Buckley Sr. summoned all his
strength and told the heartbreaking story of his Marine son’s
violent death to the crowd at the “Reclaim America” rally across
the street from the White House Tuesday.
Congressional Budget Office Proposes Cuts to Military and
Ryan Guina - The Congressional Budget Office has been tasked
with an enormous responsibility – to find opportunities for
cutting the federal budget and reigning in the federal deficit.
On the docket are over 100 potential budget cuts, some of which
would have a direct impact on military and veterans benefits.
A new wave of U.S. mortgage trouble threatens
Reuters - U.S. borrowers are increasingly missing payments on
home equity lines of credit they took out during the housing
bubble, a trend that could deal another blow to the country's
biggest banks. The loans are a problem now because an increasing
number are hitting their 10-year anniversary, at which point
borrowers usually must start paying down the principal on the
loans as well as the interest they had been paying all along.
Major East Coast Winter Storm to Snarl Thanksgiving Travel
accuweather.com - A major winter storm will unfold across the
East Coast Tuesday and Wednesday, threatening to create a
nightmare for the millions of Thanksgiving holiday
travelers--even those elsewhere in the U.S.
Guilty plea in bird deaths at wind farms a first
myfoxny.com - A major U.S. power company has pleaded guilty to
killing eagles and other birds at two Wyoming wind farms and
agreed to pay $1 million as part of the first enforcement of
environmental laws protecting birds against wind energy
The Environmental Costs of Corn-Based Ethanol
Dr. Mercola - According to the featured article in the Star
Tribune, five million acres of conservation land have
disappeared while Obama has been in office. To put that into
perspective, that’s more than the Yellowstone, Everglades and
Yosemite National Parks combined. More corn acres also mean more
fertilizers being spread over greater areas and a further
decimation of our valuable top soil along with continued
mismanagement of dwindling water resources.
Why Eating Sesame Seed Paste (Tahini) Could Save Your Life
Green Med Info - We don't think of sesame seed paste as a 'life
saver,' but new research shows it is capable of reducing blood
markers of cardiovascular disease risk by 39% within only six
Sesame Seeds Superior to Conventional Knee Arthritis Drug
Natural Society - Something as simple as sesame seeds may
outrank even pharmaceutical drugs for arthritis pain and
News Release: GMOs Linked to Exploding Gluten Sensitivity
Green Med Info - Gluten-related disorders are commonly
accompanied by and possibly triggered by intestinal
permeability, which is commonly referred to as "leaky gut."9
Leaky gut occurs when gaps form between intestinal cells and
large particles from the digestive tract enter the bloodstream,
potentially triggering immune or allergic reactions. The
Bt-toxin produced by genetically modified corn kills insects by
punching holes in their digestive tracts, and a 2012 study
confirmed that it punctures holes in human cells as well.
Why French Kids Don't Have ADHD
Psychology Today - In the United States, at least 9% of
school-aged children have been diagnosed with ADHD, and are
taking pharmaceutical medications. In France, the percentage of
kids diagnosed and medicated for ADHD is less than .5%. How come
the epidemic of ADHD—which has become firmly established in the
United States—has almost completely passed over children in
Glutathione: Boost Your Health and Help Protect Yourself From
Washington's Blog - Glutathione is your body’s “master
antioxidant”. Every cell of your body contains glutathione. And
glutathione makes any other antioxidant which you ingest more
effective. Low glutathione levels are associated with serious
diseases such as cancer, Aids and diabetes.
The powerful health benefits of curcumin
(NaturalNews) The orange Asian herb turmeric has been
traditionally used for centuries by Ayurvedic and Chinese
medicine. Curcumin is the most powerful active anti-inflammatory
compound within turmeric. Curcumin has been shown to be a
suppressor of chronic inflammation-mediated disease processes.
Amazon.com (AMZN) sells fake, counterfeit nutritional products
to unsuspecting consumers
(NaturalNews) A Natural News investigation has confirmed that
Amazon.com (AMZN) is functioning as a retail "front" for a
rapidly-expanding list of dietary supplement counterfeiters who
profit by exploiting the Amazon.com trust factor to sell fake
products to unsuspecting Amazon customers.
Can raw food cure Lyme disease?
(NaturalNews) After struggling with complications from Lyme
disease for the better part of 20 years, David Carron of
Trooper, Pennsylvania, was offered the chance to participate in
a raw foods transition program. Having tried the standard
medical treatment and failing to see any lasting improvements,
David was naturally looking forward to discovering what raw
foods could do for him.
Mercury Studies Censored by Industry Leaders
Dr. Mercola - Two dental publications removed important articles
on mercury toxicity following a "big complaint" from a leading
mercury filling manufacturer.
Study: Drinking coffee in the afternoon can reduce your sleep by
(NaturalNews) Your coffee addiction could be depriving you of
much-needed sleep at night, especially if you down a cup in the
late afternoon or early evening. A new study recently published
in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that people who
consume even just one cup of coffee after lunch could be losing
as much as one hour of sleep every night, leaving them groggy
and sleep-deprived the following day.
Teas that fight anxiety and help you relax
(NaturalNews) There are several herbs you can take in a nice cup
of tea that could give you the sedative effect you need during
times of hardship. Generally, one teaspoon of dried herbs or
three tablespoons of fresh herb to one cup of water is a
beneficial amount. Most herbs should steep for 5 to 10 minutes.
Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid
itmakessenseblog.com - For all the time executives spend
concerned about physical strength and health, when it comes down
to it, mental strength can mean even more.
Who Was Throwing Spears Before Humans?
Discovery News - Remains of the oldest known stone-tipped
throwing spears, described in a new paper, are so ancient that
they actually predate the earliest known fossils for our species
by 85,000 years. There are a couple possible implications, and
both are mind-blowing. The first is that our species could be
much older than previously thought, which would forever change
the existing human family tree.
Adorable photo shows the bond between two orphan pups who are so
close that one acts as a guide dog for his blind sibling
Daily Mail - When animal welfare workers found two six-month-old
pit-bull-cross pups roaming the streets of Philadelphia they
quickly realized there was no splitting the two up.
- November 25, 2013 - Today In History:
1758 - During the French and Indian War, the British captured
Fort Duquesne at what is now known as Pittsburgh.
1783 - During the Revolutionary War, the British evacuated New
York. New York was their last military position in the U.S.
1850 - Texas relinquished one-third of its territory in exchange
for $10 million from the U.S. to pay its public debts and settle
1936 - The Anti-Comintern Pact, an agreement between Japan and
Germany, was signed.
1955 - In the U.S., the Interstate Commerce Commission banned
racial segregation on interstate trains and buses.
1957 - U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffered a stroke.
1983 - Mediators from Syria and Saudi Arabia announced a
cease-fire in the PLO civil war in Tripoli, Lebanon.
1985 - Ronald W. Pelton was arrested on espionage charges.
Pelton was a former employee of the National Security Agency. He
was later convicted of 'selling secrets' to Soviet agents.
1986 - U.S. President Reagan and Attorney Gen. Edwin Meese
revealed that profits from secret arms sales to Iran had been
diverted to rebels in Nicaragua. National Security Advisor John
Poindexter resigned and Oliver North was fired.
1992 - The Czech parliament voted to split the country into
separate Czech and Slovak republics beginning January 1, 1993.
1993 - Egyptian Prime Minister Atef Sedki escaped an attempt on
his life when a bomb was detonated by Islamic militants near his
1995 - Serbs protested in the streets of the Bosnian capital
Sarajevo The protest was against a peace plan.
1998 - President Jiang Zemin arrived in Tokyo for the first
visit to Japan by a Chinese head of state since World War II.
1998 - The IMF (International Monetary Fund) approved a $5.5
billion bailout for Pakistan.
More than 11,000 children killed in Syrian conflict - and a quarter of
them were SHOT, report reveals
dailymail.co.uk - This report was compiled by the London-based Oxford
Research Group. The ORG recorded a total of 11,420 child deaths in
Syrian civil war.
It also reveals 764 children were recorded as summarily executed. In
addition, 128 children were recorded killed by chemical weapons.
Nuclear Agreement May Result in Israel and Saudi Arabia Attacking Iran
Kurt Nimmo - Israel and Saudi Arabia may cooperate in an attack on
Iran’s nuclear facilities following the announcement of a six-month
interim agreement between the P5+1 and Iran on Sunday in Geneva. Javad
Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister, characterized the agreement as a major
‘Historic mistake’: Netanyahu says world is 'more dangerous place' after
RT - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has slammed the
international deal over Iran's nuclear program, branding it a “historic
mistake.” He accused the P5+1 of allowing Tehran a step further “towards
obtaining the world's most dangerous weapon.”
China creates air defence zone over Japan-controlled islands
France 24 -- Beijing on Saturday announced it was setting up an "air
defence identification zone" over an area that includes islands
controlled by Japan but claimed by China, in a move that could inflame
the bitter territorial row.
Latest Snowden Leak Reveals NSA’s Goal To Continually Expand
RT - In a mission statement last year the US National Security Agency
described how it would continue to expand its power and assert itself as
the global leader in clandestine surveillance, according to a new report
based on the Edward Snowden leaks.
Map Shows The NSA’s Massive Worldwide Malware Operations
Business Insider - Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad reports the NSA uses
malware to infect, infiltrate and steal information from over 50,000
computer networks around the globe. This new, previously unreported
scope of the NSA's hacking operation comes from another PowerPoint slide
showing a detailed map of every infection leaked by former contractor
China, India, once again get virtual pass on CO2 emissions in new
americanthinker.com - The Kyoto climate treaty was scuttled by the
Senate on a vote of 96-0. The reason for it was simple; China and India,
two rapidly growing competitors to the US in the economic sphere, were
able to carve out special exemptions on CO2 emissions that gave them an
unfair competitive advantage over the US.
Obama calls Israel’s Netanyahu for ‘consultations’ on Iran
Press TV - Obama told Netanyahu on Sunday that he wanted to begin
consultations “immediately”, after the US and five other world powers
reached a deal in Geneva on Iran’s nuclear energy program.
Follow the money: How lobby interests are spinning Iran nuclear deal
RT - Iran’s nuclear deal with the P5+1 group of world powers in Geneva
has triggered a spin war which will last for the next 6 months, as many
of the parties involved will pursue their own business interests in this
situation, journalist Pepe Escobar told RT.
France: EU likely to lift some Iran sanctions in December
RT - EU will likely ease sanctions in place against Iran in December,
said French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. The announcement comes hot
on the heels of a landmark deal over Tehran’s nuclear program that ended
a decade of diplomatic deadlock.
'Saudi Arabia seeking atomic bomb’
Press TV - Saudi Arabia is reportedly trying to obtain atomic bombs as
Iran and the west reach a deal over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
Press TV - Libya army on state of alert in Benghazi
Press TV - Colonel Abdullah al-Saiti, a military governor responsible
for security in Benghazi, issued a decree on Monday urging all troops to
report for duty at their barracks. Benghazi residents have been ordered
to stay at home.
Over 1,000 Thai protesters occupy Foreign Ministry in Bangkok –
RT - More than 1,000 anti-government protesters entered and occupied
Thailand’s Foreign Ministry, witnesses from the scene reported. The
country’s Finance Ministry building has also been besieged by rioters.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Subcontractor working on Obamacare site under FBI investigation
Daily Caller - Client Network Services Incorporated (CNSI)
became a sub-contractor on the Obamacare website in 2012,
working hand in hand with QSSI, according to its website. QSSI
was one of several contractors hauled before Congress to address
the sites troubled rollout in October.
VIDEO: Judge Napolitano Vs. Juan Williams On Obamacare, Social
Liberty Crier - Judge Andrew Napolitano strikes to the heart of
the matter when he tells Juan Williams that he has abandoned the
constitution on some issues.
Sixth Graders Polled On Gay Marriage, Abortion And Gun Control
Mikael Thalen - Parents of a sixth grade student at the Milam
Elementary School in Tupelo, Mississippi were shocked when their
daughter brought home a political beliefs worksheet that
teachers told students to fill out.
Nullification: “Terrifying” And “Stupid”?
The New American - A bill to refuse to enforce the
unconstitutional mandates of ObamaCare will come before the
South Carolina legislature when it reconvenes in January.
Senate Stalls On NDAA 2014; 507 Amendments Offered
The New American - As part of the fallout of Senator Reid’s
detonation of the “nuclear option,” on Thursday the Senate
failed to close debate on the National Defense Authorization Act
(NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2014. Senators voted 51-44 to keep debate
open on the controversial Defense Department budget.
Rockefeller attaches cybersecurity bill to NDAA 2014
RT - The chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee submitted on
Thursday an already-approved cybersecurity bill to be considered
as an amendment to next year’s National Defense Authorization
Second Amendment Enables Bad Guys
Kurt Nimmo - So says the Brady Campaign in a recently released
video. The bad guy, a cartoon character, is shown buying an
illegal gun. The video, narrated by a child, insists this sort
of behavior will be corrected by background checks.
Ohio moves one step closer to enacting a new ‘stand your ground’
Columbus Dispatch - The bill changes Ohio’s self-defense law so
that as long as a person is in a place he or she is lawfully
allowed to be, the person has no duty to retreat before using
deadly force in defense of one’s self, another person or one’s
Sandy Hook report to be released Monday
wcvb.com - The summary of the second-deadliest shooting in U.S.
history is expected to be about 50 pages long, according to Mark
Dupuis, spokesman for Danbury State's Attorney, Stephen Sedensky,
whose office conducted the investigation.
Vermont Confirms Security Breach To Health Care Exchange Website
CBS News - Officials overseeing the Vermont Health Connect
website confirmed Friday there was a security breach on the
system last month in which one user got improper access to
another user’s Social Security number and other data.
Oregon’s Obamacare Exchange Installing “dozens of extra fax
atr.org - Cover Oregon is kicking it old school. Instead of
relying on people to apply online, Rocky King, the executive
director, wants applicants to apply on a 20 page paper
application, and fax it in. Oregon received $305 million to
build a website, which according to the CMS website part of the
funding was meant to cover the costs associated with “testing,
training, and implementation of the IT user interface.” Nothing
about fax machines.
DC to begin fingerprinting, taking mug shots of all LEGAL gun
owners at police stations
Washington Post - The 1,800 or so criminals who have killed,
robbed or assaulted innocent people with guns in the District of
Columbia so far this year were hauled into the police station to
be fingerprinted, photographed and to undergo a
criminal-background check. Now, legal gun owners who have
committed no crime are getting the exact same treatment.
Obamacare Is Going To Be The Biggest Expansion Of The Welfare
State In U.S. History
Michael Snyder - Can the U.S. government afford to pay for the
health care of 38 million more people? As you will see below,
Obamacare is going to be the biggest expansion of the welfare
state in U.S. history.
Federal Reserve and Wall Street Assassinate US Dollar
Paul Craig Roberts - Since 2006, the US dollar has experienced a
one-quarter to one-third drop in value to the Chinese yuan,
depending on the choice of base. Now China is going to let the
dollar decline further in value. China also says it is
considering undermining the petrodollar by pricing oil futures
on the Shanghai Futures Exchange in yuan.
Taxpayers Lose $139 Million On Fisker Automotive Loan
Daily Caller - Happy Thanksgiving from the Obama administration.
The Energy Department has sold off its $192 million loan
guarantee to Fisker Automotive to Chinese billionaire Richard Li
for $25 million — the biggest taxpayer loss on a green loan
since the failure of Solyndra.
Banks Warn Fed They May Have To Start Charging Depositors
Zero Hedge - ...just like Europe is already toying with the idea
of NIRP (and has been for over a year, if still mostly in the
rheotrical and market rumor phase), so the Fed’s IOER cut would
also result in a negative rate on deposits which the FT
tongue-in-cheekly summarizes “depositors already have to cope
with near-zero interest rates, but paying just to leave money in
the bank would be highly unusual and unwelcome for companies and
DoD Requests Plan to Close Stateside Commissaries
Military.com - Tasked by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to find
ways to preserve force readiness amid sharply falling budgets,
his comptroller and the Joint Staff have asked the Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA) for a plan to close all stateside base
grocery stores, say military resale community sources.
VIDEO: Solution for BC Hydro’s extortive “smart” meter opt-out
fees (Nov 2013)
The Take Back Your Power team sits down with Brian Thiesen of
www.bc-freedom.com to learn more about the new Claim of
Right & Notice of Default document templates, which are now
available for people in BC to keep their analog meter, WITHOUT
paying extortive opt-out fees which BC Hydro is attempting to
Frigid Air to Threaten Tornado-Ravaged Midwest
accuweather.com - January-like cold is on the way for areas of
the Midwest that were ravaged by tornadoes on Sunday, bringing
dangerous and life-threatening low temperatures to those still
without power. Thirteen counties in Illinois have been declared
state disaster areas by Illinois Governor Pat Quinn in response
to Sunday's severe weather.
Mom alleges flu shot caused death of her 19-year-old son
ksl.com - A Utah woman said a flu shot caused her son's death.
Lori Webb put her assertion in her son's obituary and is warning
other families about what she believes are potential hidden
dangers of vaccinations. Lori Webb said her son, Chandler Blake
Webb, 19, was the perfect picture of health and was preparing to
submit his papers for a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints. However, the day after a physical,
tuberculosis test and flu shot, Chandler turned very ill. Read
Man Uses Holistic Principles to Cure His Own Lymphoma
Dr. Becker - In 1999, Jerry was diagnosed with lymphoma. He
refused the traditional treatments of chemotherapy, radiation
and surgery, and instead set out to cure himself using the
principles he’d learned about reclaiming decimated land and
bringing sick animals back to health. After an awe-inspiring
six-month journey to recover his health, Jerry was cancer-free.
Scientists: Roundup Weedkiller Could Help Fight Cancer
Green Med Info - What exactly are we talking about here? Largely
unbeknownst to the general public, we are in the midst of a
titanic battle within the academic world between those
scientists (and journals willing to publish their work) who
claim that Roundup herbicide (glyphosate) is toxic and even
cancer causing, and those who argue it is not only absolutely
safe but that it may even make for an excellent chemotherapy
agent for fighting lethal cancers.
Omega-3 Fats Help Overcome Multi-Drug Resistant Cancer
Green Med Info - A new study published in the journal Molecular
Cancer has revealed a remarkable new mechanism behind how
omega-3 fatty acids may combat the most fearsome disease known
to humankind: multi-drug resistant cancer.
Quickly get rid of your colds with Echinacea
(NaturalNews) Echinacea is a perennial that's been used for
hundreds of years by Native Americans. Once Europeans settled in
North America, they quickly adopted it as a medicinal herb,
recognizing its ability to strengthen the immune system.
Cranberries: The Bacteria-Busting, Cancer-Fighting Berry That
Should Be on Your Thanksgiving Table
Dr. Mercola - These traditional berries are nutritional
powerhouses for preventing chronic disease, plus they're
incredibly festive and delicious (try this unique recipe, for
Detoxify your body with this daily oil pulling routine
(NaturalNews) Oil pulling, also called oil swishing, is an
ancient Ayurvedic folk remedy that involves swishing oil around
in your mouth to draw toxins from the body. Though oil pulling
is usually recommended for treating mouth-based conditions such
as halitosis, gingivitis or oral plaque, it actually benefits
the entire body.
Fennel For Painful Periods: A Clinically Proven Drug Alternative
Green Med Info - Painful periods (primary dysmenorrhea) afflict
approximately 25% of all women, with estimates for adolescents
reaching as high as 90%. Given the prevalence of this disabling
condition, and that treatment usually involves NSAID drugs and
sometimes oral contraceptives - both of which have serious, even
life-threatening side effects - natural alternatives are
6 Astounding Parallels Between Vaccines and GMOs
Activist Post - Dr. Kelly Brogan is an allopathically and
holistically-trained doctor and a health writer. She has
eloquently outlined in her blog some of the astonishing
parallels between vaccines and GMOs.
TOXIC HOT SEAT PREMIERING ON HBO NOV. 25TH at 9 pm
toxichotseatmovie.com - Chemical flame retardants are
everywhere. Our furniture. Our homes. Our bodies. But do they
work as promised? And are they making us sick? The three
chemical companies producing flame retardants would prefer that
we not ask these questions, and they've spent millions of
dollars on lobbyists, publicists and influencers to ensure that
Massive, Life-Threatening Medication Errors in Mental Health
blogs.naturalnews.com - According to the International Journal
of Clinical Pharmacy, medication errors are extremely frequent
upon admission to mental health units. The journal’s study
analyzed 377 patients admitted to an assessment ward in 2012,
finding that a full 56 percent of them–212 patients–had some
kind of medication error.
The Media’s Profound Ignorance About Nutrition Misses the Mark
Dr. Mercola - According to researchers at the Kaiser Permanente
Center for Health Research, vitamin supplements are probably
useless when it comes to preventing heart disease and/or cancer.
Three bee products that make great health supplements
(NaturalNews) As ongoing soil erosion continues to deplete the
nutritional value of many of our healthiest fruits and
vegetables, more and more people are starting to seek out less
conventional foods to meet their daily vitamin and mineral
How commercial 'vitamin C' supplements can adversely affect your
(NaturalNews) Most supplements being sold as "vitamin C" do not
contain true, natural vitamin C at all, but is "ascorbic acid,"
a synthetically manufactured chemical derived from glucose using
a chemical process involving microorganisms, acetone - a
dangerous solvent and sodium hypochlorite bleach.
NSA: Not Only Snooping But Infecting Computer Networks Worldwide
Kurt Nimmo Edward Snowden, the former NSA analyst roundly
excoriated by government as a dangerous leaker, has revealed
that more than 50,000 computer networks worldwide have been
Philadelphia Becomes First City To Ban 3D-Printed Gun
reason.com - Philadelphia magazine reports that councilman
Kenyatta Johnson, who crafted the legislation, is unaware of any
actual 3D gun manufacturers in the city, and in a surprisingly
earnest statement Johnson’s office explained that “It’s all
pre-emptive. It’s just based upon internet stuff out there.”
Scientists create new cheeses cultured from feet and armpit
(NaturalNews) In a bizarre new twist on the term "stinky
cheese," a pair of scientists from the U.K. recently unveiled a
line of cheese products made from bacteria that they gathered
from some of the smelliest parts of the human body. The main
subjects of an unusual art and science project dubbed "Selfmade,"
the cheeses reportedly contained cultured bacteria collected
from people's feet, bellybuttons, tears and even armpits.
10 Space Saving Ideas for Storing Your Prepping Supplies
Natural Blaze - Let’s face it, we have a finite amount of space
in our homes to allot for our preparedness supplies. When you
run out of room on the shelving systems, in the closet and under
the beds, you have to start getting creative in finding more
Medical marijuana for your pet?
Fox News - More people are using medical marijuana to treat pets
for a variety of conditions, ranging from separation anxiety and
noise phobia to cancer, according to the Journal of the American
Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) News.
* Related Video:
Medical Cannabis Works for Pets with Cancer
Pet Food: It's In The Bag
naturalrearing.com - ...To prevent condemned meat from being
rerouted and used for human consumption, government regulations
require that the meat be "denatured" before being sent to the
rendering plant.... Some of the materials used to accomplish
this task are: carbolic acid, creosote, fuel oil, kerosene,
citronella, etc. Once this stuff has literally soaked into the
meat, it's then fit to be sent on to the rendering plant.
- November 22, 2013 - Today In History:
1718 - English pirate Edward Teach (a.k.a. "Blackbeard") was
killed during a battle off the coast of North Carolina. British
soldiers cornered him aboard his ship and killed him. He was
shot and stabbed more than 25 times.
1906 - The International Radio Telegraphic Convention in Berlin
adopted the SOS distress signal.
1935 - The first trans-Pacific airmail flight began in Alameda,
CA, when the flying boat known as the China Clipper left for
1942 - During World War II, the Battle of Stalingrad began.
1943 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill and Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek met in
Cairo to discuss the measures for defeating Japan.
1963 - U.S. President Kennedy was assassinated while riding
in a motorcade in Dallas, TX. Texas Governor John B. Connally
was also seriously wounded. Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson was
inaugurated as the 36th U.S. President.
1967 - The U.N. Security Council approved resolution 242. The
resolution called for Israel to withdraw from territories it had
captured in 1967 and called on adversaries to recognize Israel's
right to exist.
1972 - U.S. President Richard M. Nixon lifted a ban on American
travel to Cuba. The ban had been put in place on February 8,
1974 - The U.N. General Assembly gave the Palestine Liberation
Organization observer status.
1983 - The Bundestag approved NATO's plan to deploy new U.S.
nuclear missiles in West Germany.
1985 - 38,648 immigrants became citizens of the United States.
It was the largest swearing-in ceremony.
1986 - An Iranian surface-to-surface missile hit a residential
area in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, wounding 20 civilians.
1986 - Attorney General Meese's office discovered a memo in
Colonel Oliver North's office that included an amount of money
to be sent to the Contras from the profits of weapons sales to
1990 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush, his wife, Barbara, and
other congressional leaders shared Thanksgiving dinner with U.S.
troops in Saudi Arabia.
1990 - British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher announced she
1993 - Mexico's Senate overwhelmingly approved the North
American Free Trade Agreement.
1998 - CBS's "60 Minutes" aired a tape of Jack Kevorkian giving
lethal drugs in an assisted suicide of a terminally ill patient.
Kevorkian was later sentenced to 25 years in prison for
2005 - Angela Merkel was elected as Germany's first female
YouTube: JFK Media Cover-Up & The Lost Jim Garrison Documentary!
Dark Journalist and former Network TV producer and film director
John Barbour as they revisit the Lost Jim Garrison Documentary
"The Garrison Tapes." The film chronicles the electrifying JFK
murder trial of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison and
the defendant, international businessman and CIA asset, Clay
YouTube: RFK - Bloodline Assassins (2013 Full Documentary)
2013 Complete Documentary) by Mark Howitt.
VIDEO: US senators to work on more Iran sanctions
Press TV - On Thursday, a group of 14 Democratic and Republican US
senators issued a statement, saying they would work together to impose
the sanctions over the coming weeks. The group said it would work on
legislation in this regard and try to pass it as quickly as possible.
US says it wants BSA signed by Kabul by yearend
Press TV - The United States says it wants a key Afghan security pact
approved and signed by Kabul by the end of 2013 after President Hamid
Karzai said the pact should not be signed until after the country’s
presidential election in April 2014.
China Announces That It Is Going To Stop Stockpiling U.S. Dollars
Economic Collapse - China just dropped an absolute bombshell, but it was
almost entirely ignored by the mainstream media in the United States.
The central bank of China has decided that it is "no longer in China’s
favor to accumulate foreign-exchange reserves".
Breaking Bad North Korea
Kurt Nimmo - Ensure monopolization by demonizing the competition.... It
looks like North Korea is in the drug business. According to the
Washington Post, the government of the latest Eternal Leader, Kim Jong-un,
is peddling methamphetamine.
Seven Volcanoes In Six Different Countries All Start Erupting Within
Hours Of Each Other
Activist Post - A new island has appeared in the Pacific. A submarine
eruption just off Nishino-Shima Island Japan has erupted for the first
time in 40 years. The Japanese Navy noticed the explosions as boiling
lava met sea water giving rise to plumes of steam and ash.
Pakistan’s Imran Khan to Block NATO Supplies After Drone Strike
antiwar.com - NATO is about to lose access to its primary supply line
into occupied Afghanistan, the Khyber Pass, as Imran Khan, the leader of
the Pakistani Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI), the political party which runs the
Khyber Pakhtunkhah Province (KP) through which the supplies travel, has
vowed to implement a blockade in retaliation for US drone strikes.
Swiss Law Would Allow Gov’t To Limit Salaries Of Company Executives
weaselzippers.us - The measures, if approved, would limit the salaries
of top managers to no more than 12 times the wage of the lowest-paid
worker in the same company.... It is the second time this year the Swiss
have voted on top salaries: in March they voted overwhelmingly to curb
big bonuses, and to ban golden handshakes and goodbyes.
Radiation dunce Dr. Shunichi Yamashita finally admits giving bad info
about Fukushima fallout
(NaturalNews) According to a recently published interview in the Asahi
Shimbun, one of five national daily Japanese newspapers, Yamashita
demonstrated that he did not even understand the basics of the lingering
disaster and that he "did nothing to seek out information so he could
give informed opinions about what people should do," says an analysis of
the report on the website SimplyInfo.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Mountain Man Arrested for Trying to Feed Himself
LiveLeak.com - Charged with fishing without a license and
resisting the arrest for fishing without a license, Mr. Tertegte
says he’s being wrongly prosecuted for trying to feed himself.
In a packed courtroom, 52-year-old Ernie Tertelgte told the
judge “I am a living man protected by natural law and I have the
right to forage for food when I am hungry… You are trying to
create a fictitious, fraudulent action.”
Dallas Police Ban Free Speech in Dealey Plaza, Threaten Arrests
Paul Joseph Watson - Dallas Police have banned free speech in
Dealey Plaza for the 50th anniversary of the assassination of
JFK, threatening to fine people if they hand out fliers or
display signs within a 75 feet radius of all major roads in the
Live Video: Fight for Free Speech in Dallas
VIDEO: JFK assassination: US Secret Service Standdown
disclose.tv - Watch as the two secret service men assigned to
protect president Kennedy's motorcade are ordered to stand down
just minutes before entering Dealey Plaza. They are obviously
not happy about being given these orders. It brings up another
question: Where was NORAD on 9/11, who was in charge and why?
Was “Mystery Bullet” At Parkland Hospital Supposed To Be The
Original Magic Bullet?
Jurriaan Maessen - One of the first nurses present at Parkland
Hospital to receive the fatally wounded Kennedy has very
recently told an audience she observed a bullet lodged between
the president’s ear and shoulder. This bullet, or any mention of
it, later completely vanished from the autopsy-reports.
VIDEO: Stabilized Footage of JFK Assassination Shows Car Slowed
Down Before Head Shot
gizmodo.com - When it’s bouncing around and playing back at a
jittery 18 frames per second, the infamous Zapruder footage of
John F. Kennedy’s assassination feels almost unreal. But when
it’s stabilized with additional interpolated frames bringing it
to a steady 30 frames per second (like we’re used to seeing on
TV) it suddenly becomes much more real....
Another JFK-related mystery: Why were the X’s removed?
Dallas Morning News - Threading that needle proved controversial
Monday as city workers removed two stretches of pavement marked
with white X’s, the spots where Kennedy was shot and killed....
City officials would not comment on the removal of the marks,
which observers said have been painted on Elm Street for at
least 30 years.
Exclusive: US May Have Let 'Dozens' of Terrorists Into Country
As Refugees (Video)
Yahoo News - Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers,
including some believed to have targeted American troops, may
have mistakenly been allowed to move to the United States as war
refugees, according to FBI agents investigating the remnants of
roadside bombs recovered from Iraq and Afghanistan.
10 Obamacare Horror Stories That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe
Activist Post - Right now, millions of Americans are receiving
cancellation notices from their health insurance companies –
including many Americans that are in a life or death battle with
cancer. By the end of next year, it is being projected that up
to 100 million more Americans could have their health insurance
Michigan Senate approves bill to overturn ban on short-barreled
guns.com - Senate Bill 610, sponsored by Sen. Mike Green
(R-Mayville), would allow law-abiding gun owners in The
Wolverine State to purchase short-barreled rifles or shotguns
provided they comply with existing federal law regulating
ownership of these restricted firearms.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich is Racist, Says Portland School
The College Fix - Did you know that eating or even talking about
a peanut butter and jelly sandwich could be considered racist?
That’s right. Apparently, it’s because people in some cultures
don’t eat sandwich bread. Verenice Gutierrez, principal of
Harvey Scott K-8 School in Portland explained in and interview
with the Portland Tribune...
Insurance Companies To Get Taxpayer-Funded Bailouts If Not
Enough People Enroll In Obamacare Thanks To Obscure Provision In
weaselzippers.us - So-called “risk corridors” were included in
the 2010 health law to compensate insurance companies for major
coverage losses in the event that far more older and sick people
signed up for health plans than younger, healthy people and
drove up their costs after they had set the premiums. If actual
claims exceed projections by more than 3 percent under
Obamacare, the government will compensate the industry for those
Textbook Tells Fourth Graders ‘White Voters’ Were Unlikely To
Support Black President
Mikael Thalen - Fourth grade students in Dupo, Illinois assigned
to reading a Common Core approved biography of President Barack
Obama are being told that all white voters were unlikely to vote
for a black president due to racism.
Senate Democrats eliminate filibusters for most presidential
Washington Post - The partisan battles that have paralyzed
Washington in recent years took a historic turn Thursday, as
Senate Democrats eliminated filibusters for most presidential
nominations, severely curtailing the political leverage of the
Republican minority in the Senate and assuring an escalation of
The Race That Could Unseat Anti-gun Harry Reid As Senate
Liberty Crier - Gun Owners of America is proud to endorse
Congressman Steve Daines for Montana’s open U.S. Senate seat.
Steve Daines has been a vocal leader for protecting the Second
Amendment from the first day he was elected to Congress in 2012.
He is a much needed addition in the Senate to stop the
Obama/Harry Reid anti-gun push, especially stopping the
ratification of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.
Pennsylvania town kicks out anti-gun mayor
Real Clear Politics - Policies that fit “The Big Apple” don't
fit a town that is, say, known statewide for its Apple Festival.
Just ask Democrat Pete Lagiovane, the mayor of this Franklin
County town who won't return to office in January. He lost his
bid for re-election — to a seat he won unopposed the last time —
in part because he signed up Chambersburg as one of New York
Mayor Michael Bloomberg's anti-gun cities.
Maryland Will Return To Paper Ballots In 2016
CBS News - Political reporter Pat Warren reports the state is
moving toward a paper trail. Maryland voters raised a ruckus in
2004 after the state moved to electronic voting machines that
eliminated paper ballots and still raises suspicions.
Senate Banking Committee Votes to Confirm Yellen as Fed Boss
Kurt Nimmo - Janet Yellen moved a step closer to becoming window
dressing for the Federal Reserve when the Senate Banking
Committee gave her a nod on Monday. The Democrat dominated
committee is expected to move Yellen’s confirmation forward to
the full Senate later today. A vote is expected in December.
YouTube: BP Pays PR Trolls to Threaten Online Critics
RT - Abby Martin speaks with investigative journalist Dahr
Jamail, who has uncovered BP's online scheme to silence critics
of their Gulf of Mexico clean-up, with methods such as bribery
and death threats.
The Weird New Therapy That Boosts Your Natural Supply of
Natural Blaze - Ozone therapy is a natural remedy that’s gaining
popularity lately. It is the practice of using ozone gas to
treat various health complaints. Ozone therapy is big in Europe,
where many believe in the benefits of this unique therapy.
Plant Based Radiation Protection: Tulsi
Green Med Info - In a day and age where radiation exposure is
inevitable, radioprotective plant allies like Tulsi (holy basil)
can be literally life-saving.
Large Scale Study Shows Nuts Decrease Cancer Risk By More Than
Prevent Disease - Writing in Nature's British Journal of Cancer,
the team behind the new analysis reported that consumption of
nuts - including tree nuts such as almonds, Brazil nuts,
cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios
and walnuts - was found to be inversely associated with risk of
pancreatic cancer, independent of other potential risk factors
for pancreatic cancer.
Milk Thistle a Proven Cancer-Fighter and Liver-Supporter
Natural Society - Milk thistle has been used for thousands of
years as a medicinal plant. It is native to the Mediterranean
region but can now be found throughout the world. It’s generally
seen as beneficial for liver, kidney, and gallbladder issues,
but research in recent years indicates it may do even more.
Congressional DELAY on Vaccine Damage Hearing: Now’s the Time to
Activist Post - Wouldn’t you know it! The Congressional
Oversight and Government Reform Committee of the U.S. House of
Representatives just called off the scheduled December 4th
hearing regarding the National Vaccine Injury Compensation
Program problems. The hearing was to receive injured vaccinees’
stories and how the NVICP is NOT following the original intent
of the 1986 law by depriving injured vaccinees rightful
compensation, as Congress originally intended.
Food Companies Using “All Natural” Label Less Due to Consumer
Natural Society - In 2009, 30.4% of new food products and 45.5%
of new beverage products released in the U.S. were labeled all
natural. This year, 21.1% of new food products and 34% of new
beverage products carried that label. While companies are
seemingly still focusing on the healthy market, they seemed to
have figured out that many consumers are no longer falling for
the “all natural” trap.
Man overcomes life of addiction with juicing
(NaturalNews) Quentin Vennie lived a life of addiction. "I was
diagnosed with an anxiety disorder at 14, became a smoker at 22,
survived a Vicodin overdose at 28 and beat a two-year addiction
to anti-anxiety medication," says Vennie. In one study, 53% of
people admitted to an addiction unit were dependent on Vicodin,
which is the pain treatment Vennie overdosed on.
Study shows probiotics are a viable additive for fruit juices
(NaturalNews) According to new, promising research, there may be
other ways of obtaining probiotics; a new study examines the
shelf life and efficacy of probiotics when added to fruit
juices. Since many juices already contain beneficial vitamins,
minerals and antioxidants, the addition of probiotics to healthy
juices would seem like a good fit.
The health benefits of blackstrap molasses
(NaturalNews) Molasses is a thick syrup produced when the sugar
cane plant is processed to make refined sugar for mass
consumption. Whereas the toxic and unhealthy refined sugar is
destined for our supermarket shelves, the highly nutritious
molasses - which contains all the minerals and nutrients
absorbed by the plant - is more likely to be sold as livestock
Four specialty salts that can change your health for the better
(NaturalNews) With depleted soils and environmental toxins,
consuming a mineral-rich diet is much more taxing now than in
the past. Even when the diet is 100 percent organic, ensuring
the proper level of nutrients can be difficult. Natural,
unprocessed salt can help balance the odds in your favor.
Brimming with essential trace elements, these salts are not only
delicious but also exceptionally nourishing.
Testosterone Therapy May Actually Increase Your Risk of Stroke,
Heart Attack and Death
Dr. Mercola - Conventional treatment for low testosterone
revolves around synthetic testosterone hormone replacement
therapy, using either a testosterone cream, gel or patch.
However, recent research has raised a red flag, warning men that
testosterone therapy may increase your risk of dying from a
sudden stroke or heart attack.
Common chemicals destroying humanity, suggests prominent
(NaturalNews) They are literally all around us, yet most people
are unaware of their invasive presence: chemicals, and
especially the hormone-mimicking variety. Everything from
plastic bottles and receipts to clothing and furniture is
silently teeming with them, and one prominent New York Times (NYT)
journalist suggests that they could be humanity's undoing.
Trend-frenzied youth now having platinum jewelry surgically
implanted into their eyeballs
(NaturalNews) Having a twinkle in your eye no longer just
implies that you might be in love. Early adopters of a new
surgical procedure currently sweeping youth culture quite
literally have sparkling metal in their eyes, according to
MyFoxNY.com, and this is due to the deliberate injection of tiny
platinum jewelry pieces into their scleras, or the outer white
layer of their eyeballs.
Chemotherapy pills make woman smell so bad her daughter's school
bans her from visiting
(NaturalNews) A New Mexico mother has been outlawed from
visiting her daughter's elementary school after the principle
there deemed her pungent body odor offensive. Kerri Mascareno,
who is currently trying to battle stage 4 breast cancer using
chemotherapy pills, suffers from a condition known as "chemo
smell," a side effect of conventional cancer treatment that can
leave its victims too smelly for others to bear.
LG Promises to Stop Spying on People with Its Smart TV
Activist Post - The electronics company LG has apologized to
consumers this week for spying on them with its new smart TV
sets. According to the BBC, “LG has admitted it continued
collecting data on viewing habits even after users had activated
a privacy setting designed to prevent it”: LG stressed that the
information gathered was not personal but viewing information.
NHTSA May Mandate That New Cars Broadcast Location, Direction
CNS News - Before the end of this year, the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration will decide whether or not to
begin the rulemaking process to mandate that newly manufactured
cars include what is being called “vehicle-to-vehicle” (V2V)
communications technology that constantly broadcasts via radio
wave the car’s location, direction, speed and, possibly, even
the number of passengers it is carrying.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Push now underway to vaccinate all fish raised in aquaculture
(NaturalNews) Many commercial fish farms are having an
increasingly tough time keeping their fish healthy and alive, in
large part due to the fact that their unnatural living
conditions lead to a high prevalence of disease and death. But
rather than change the ways in which they raise fish, many farms
are instead seeking out quick fixes like fish vaccines, which
are now being pushed on virtually all commercially raised fish.
7 Kitchen Essentials That Deserve To Be On Your Shelves
Natural Blaze - Our preps are our life line. The items we choose
should be able to carry us, not only through difficult times,
but perhaps through impossible times as well. here is a reason
why our ancestors relied so heavily upon essential kitchen items
for their day-to-day survival, and it wasn’t because they wanted
to make the best baked goods in the county.
- November 21, 2013 - Today In History:
1620 - The Mayflower reached Provincetown, MA. The ship
discharged the Pilgrims at Plymouth, MA, on December 26, 1620.
1789 - North Carolina became the 12th state to ratify the U.S.
1877 - Thomas A. Edison announced the invention of his
1922 - Rebecca L. Felton of Georgia was sworn in as the first
woman to serve as a member of the U.S. Senate.
1942 - The Alaska highway across Canada was formally opened.
1962 - U.S. President Kennedy terminated the quarantine measures
1963 - U.S. President John F. Kennedy and his wife,
Jacqueline, arrived in San Antonio, TX. They were beginning an
ill-fated, two-day tour of Texas that would end in Dallas.
1973 - U.S. President Richard M. Nixon's attorney, J. Fred
Buzhardt, announced the presence of an 18½-minute gap in one of
the White House tape recordings related to the Watergate case.
1979 - The U.S. Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, was attacked by
a mob that set the building afire and killed two Americans.
1985 - Former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard
was arrested after being accused of spying for Israel. He was
later sentenced to life in prison.
1986 - U.S. Attorney General Meese was asked to conduct an
inquiry of the Iran arms sales.
1993 - The U.S. House of Representatives voted against making
the District of Columbia the 51st state.
1995 - France detonated its fourth underground nuclear blast at
a test site in the South Pacific.
2000 - The Florida Supreme Court granted Al Gore's request to
keep the presidential recounts going.
2002 - NATO invited Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Bulgaria,
Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia to become members.
40,000 NATO troops to stage massive European war games
RT - After the 2014 pullout from Afghanistan, NATO is set to stage huge
European war games involving 40,000 troops, about seven times the size
of the recent drills in the Baltic, with critics in the crisis-hit EU
calling it a waste of money.
US troops staying in Afghanistan after 2014 to get local justice
immunity - draft pact
RT - US forces that remain in Afghanistan after 2014 will be under the
jurisdiction of the US and not be subject to Afghan courts, according to
a draft security deal released by Kabul on Wednesday. The measure has
been much-debated between the countries.
Atomic mafia: Yakuza ‘cleans up’ Fukushima, neglects basic workers'
RT - Homeless men employed cleaning up the stricken Fukushima nuclear
plant, including those brought in by Japan's yakuza gangsters, were not
aware of the health risks they were taking and say their bosses treated
them like “disposable people.”
VIDEO: Iran, 6 other states begin new nuclear talks in Geneva
Press TV - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and EU High
Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton
started the second day of the talks by holding a one-on-one meeting in
Geneva on Thursday.
China ‘challenging’ US military power
Press TV - A US congressional panel, which advises lawmakers on the
national security implications of the relationship between the
Washington and Beijing, has warned that China could possess the largest
fleet of modern submarine and combatant ships in the western Pacific by
Cyprus University world first to accept bitcoins for tuition
RT - The University of Nicosia (UNic), one of the major English language
universities in the Mediterranean, will become the world’s first to
accept bitcoins for tuition. The university will also begin a new Master
of Science course in Digital Currency.
US, UK hammered secret deal on all Britons’ private data in last days of
RT - The US National Security Agency has subverted an international
agreement in order to save and examine the phone, internet, and other
communication records of UK citizens not suspected of any wrongdoing,
according to a new report.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Phoenix Residents Freak Out Over DoD Military Exercises
Adan Salazar - The Department of Defense has been conducting
training exercises in several cities in Arizona in preparation
for “urban operations,” unbeknownst to its citizens.... Phoenix
residents were so alarmed to hear swarms of military helicopters
flying overhead that they phoned their local news outlet to ask
if they had somehow crossed over into a warzone.
The Death Of John Kennedy
Michael Rivero - There have been two official investigations.
One concluded Oswald acted alone, the other that there was a
conspiracy. After half a century, many of the key documents
which could tell the whole story remain classified. John F.
Kennedy's brain is still missing from the National Archives.
The Death Of John Kennedy: The Media helped sell the lie of the
lone assassin (Photos)
Michael Rivero - I never really looked at the photos in that
POST. There was no need to. We all knew what had happened in
Dallas, or at least we thought we did, having been so informed
by the media and our government. Years later, when Jim Garrison
introduced the possibility of a conspiracy to the American
people, I finally took a close look at that magazine.
VIDEO: Dan Rather's account from November 25, 1963
Michael Rivero - Dan Rather, at the time an unknown newscaster
from a small market Texas TV station, viewed the Zapruder film,
then described it to America on the CBS network. As this
recording of that broadcast shows, Rather lied to all of America
in claiming that the head shot pushed John F. Kennedy's head
Second wave of health plan cancellations looms
Fox News - A new and independent analysis of ObamaCare warns of
a ticking time bomb, predicting a second wave of 50 million to
100 million insurance policy cancellations next fall -- right
before the mid-term elections. The next round of cancellations
and premium hikes is expected to hit employees, particularly of
The "Obamacare Shock" - One California Employer's Terrifying
Zero Hedge - My company, based in California, employs 600. We
used to insure about 250 of our employees. The rest opted out.
The company paid 50% of their premiums for about $750,000/yr.
Under obamacare, none can opt out without penalty, and the rates
are double or triple, depending upon the plan. Our 750k for 250
employees is going to $2 million per year for 600 employees.
Sick Sandy Hook ‘Game’ Lets You Shoot Kids, Then Preaches On Gun
Steve Watson - A sick online ‘game’ allows players to slaughter
children with an AR-15 in a recreation of the Sandy Hook school
shooting of December 2012, before preaching pro gun control
messages at them.
Parents receive threatening letters regarding mandatory
medical/dental exams for their kids
policestateusa.com - Under the auspices of keeping children
healthy, the government has usurped the role of “parent” away
from actual parents. The state — not legal guardians — is
determining when and how children should be subjected to outside
Dad Arrested After Objecting When School Says He Must Wait to
Take His Children Home
The Blaze - A Tennessee father was arrested for disorderly
conduct last week after objecting to an official school policy
that apparently prohibited him from picking up his children on
foot ahead of the majority of parents picking their children up
in their cars.
One Lawmaker Is Literally Smashing The Belongings Of The
Homeless With A Sledgehammer
Economic Collapse - You are about to read about a Hawaii
lawmaker that has used a sledgehammer to smash up at least 30
shopping carts that homeless people were using. Yes, you read
that correctly. He is actually carrying a sledgehammer around so
that he can destroy the belongings of homeless people. He claims
that it is his intention "to do something practical that will
really clean up the streets".
YouTube: We Are Your Enemy
Kill me, I am Legion. Attack me and make me stronger. Strength
and Honor are anathema to you; to us they are the key to
salvation here or in the next life.
Hawaii’s Big Island bans biotech companies, GMO crops
RT - The governing council for Hawaii (or Big) Island Tuesday
banned biotech companies from operating on the island while
barring growth of genetically modified organisms
CELENTE: The U.S. is ‘a Criminal Operation!’
SGT Report - Gerald Celente joins us to discuss the possibility
of a March-June 2014 U.S. economic collapse. Celente says, “Look
at the facts, they’re rigging the Forex, that’s $5.5 TRILLION
per day being traded!
McDonald’s To Low Paid Employees: Sell Your Stuff For Extra Cash
Activist Post - In a recent memo to employees who may be
struggling to pay the bills this holiday season, the company
launched a new initiative called “Digging Out From Holiday
Debt,” in which they provide tips and recommendations on how to
increase their net worth and reduce their frivolous spending.
Break the Bank: Build Your Local Economy
Mother Earth News - Today, a resurgence in bartering is
underway, as people turn away from our culture’s dominant “buy
more stuff” paradigm, and instead take pride and satisfaction in
the goods and services they provide, the handiwork of their
friends and neighbors, and in helping make their communities
Shock Interview: Welfare Recipient: “I Get to Sit Home… I Get to
Smoke Weed… We Still Gonna Get Paid”
Mac Slavo - While millions of Americans spend half their lives
or more toiling for a paycheck, millions more are sitting on the
sidelines waiting for the government to issue them their next
VIDEO: ABC NEWS West Coast Evacuation Due To Fukishima Radiation
12160.info - Nuclear Engineer Dr. Arjun Makhijani, president of
the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, confirmed
that ocean currents are carrying the radioactive water to the
Fukushima Fallout Damaged Thyroid Glands of California Babies
earthfirstjournal.org - A new study of the effects of tiny
quantities of radioactive fallout from Fukushima on the health
of babies born in California shows a significant excess of
hypothyroidism caused by the radioactive contamination
travelling 5,000 miles across the Pacific. The article will be
published next week in the peer-reviewed journal Open Journal of
Tracking Center - Map
netc.com - Our mission is provide free radiation monitoring
information from private and government sites to the public. We
have about 300 radiation monitoring sites across the United
States and Japan and will add more sites in other parts of the
Earth, when they become available.
Ohio Amish Girl Being Forced into Experimental Chemotherapy;
Fled U.S. for Natural Treatments–Said to Be Free of Cancer
Sarah Hershberger is the 10-year-old Ohio Amish girl with
leukemia that made national news recently. She fled the U.S. in
Sept. 2013 with her parents Andy and Anna Hershberger to avoid
Akron Children’s Hospital (ACH) demands and court-ordered
guardianship to force Sarah to continue exactly 27 months of an
experimental chemotherapy research project against her will and
the will of her parents. They say she is cancer free now after
natural treatments. After many weeks away, the Hershbergers want
to come home and just be left alone without any fear of being
arrested and Sarah taken away.
“Regulate Supplements Like Drugs!”: Senator Durbin on NPR
Alliance for Natural Health - In his own words, Sen. Durbin is
saying that supplement producers would be legally liable for
identifying anything about the supplement that “might” interact
with a drug or cause some vague and ill-defined additional
difficulty. This is not “basic information.”
8 More Reasons I Haven’t Vaccinated My Daughter
James Maskell - Last week, my first blog on this very sensitive
topic called "8 Reasons I Haven't Vaccinated my Daughter" went
viral on MindBodyGreen, being shared almost 50,000 times in the
first week. There has been such an outpouring of support from
all over the world that has been very humbling. Given the
imminent direction vaccination policy in going, it seems like a
good time to speak up.
A Super Close Look at the Flu Shot
Liberty Beacon - The informational material I found was the MSDS
sheets on vaccines, Thimerosal & Mercury. I hope you are sitting
down when you read this & please pass it on to every parent,
pregnant mom & anybody else that might be interested in this.
Look Out Flu Shot Resistors: You Might Be Labeled a "FLUgitive"
Activist Post - This is from the
“Believe-It-or-Not-This-Isn’t-Satire” files. If you don’t get
lined up for this year’s lethal injection – ahem – I mean flu
shot – you just might get a push from a well-meaning (but
brainwashed) friend or neighbor. A national campaign has begun
with the intention to shame and peer pressure everyone to get
the flu shot.
Boston Children's Hospital kidnaps teen girl for 10 months,
holds her as prisoner while threatening parents
(NaturalNews) A 15-year-old Connecticut girl remains held by
Boston Children's Hospital, a victim of the hospital's "kidnap
and ransom" operation, traditionally called "K&R." K&R is not
usually seen in hospitals, and that's what makes this story so
bizarre and disturbing.
Related article/photos here and
view video here.
USA Today attacks Dr. Burzynski but won't expose 'false hope' of
(NaturalNews) A decades-long character assassination and smear
campaign against cancer specialist Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski
continues, this time with a foul hit piece published in USA
Today that tugs at almost every human emotion in a failed
attempt to discredit this unconventional hero of progressive
Dentist speaks out about the dangers of mercury
(NaturalNews) Dental amalgams dump around 30 tons of mercury
into the air, water and food supply - every year! Boyd Haley
PhD, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at University of Kentucky,
has called mercury a 'biochemical train wreck in your body'.
Mercury fillings can cause brain damage; neurological disorders
plus many other serious health problems.
Common dehydration linked with cancer, diabetes, stroke and
depression - Learn how water therapy can keep you happy and
(NaturalNews) Even though we may think that we're well hydrated
on any given day, the truth of the matter is that most of us
aren't. The wide-spread consumption of dehydrating caffeinated
beverages, such as coffee, soda and tea, make it easy to become
The many health benefits of avocados - Plus an unusual recipe
(NaturalNews) Avocados also contain phytochemicals noted for
their ability to protect against and fight disease and illness,
including beta-sitosterol, glutathione and lutein. Among the
many health benefits of avocados are...
A practical guide to sugar and sweeteners
(NaturalNews) The following is a list of common sugars and
sweeteners, their glycemic index (GI) and other factors to
consider when choosing them...
Walnuts Are Drugs, Says FDA
Seen any walnuts in your medicine cabinet lately? According to
the Food and Drug Administration, that is precisely where you
should find them. Because Diamond Foods made truthful claims
about the health benefits of consuming walnuts that the FDA
didn’t approve, it sent the company a letter declaring, “Your
walnut products are drugs” — and “new drugs” at that — and,
therefore, “they may not legally be marketed … in the United
States without an approved new drug application.” The agency
even threatened Diamond with “seizure” if it failed to comply.
Sun fires off powerful solar flare, triggering radio blackout
NBC News - The sun unleashed a powerful solar flare early
Tuesday, the latest in a series of intense storms this month
from Earth's closest star. While the powerful solar flare was
not aimed directly at Earth when it erupted, it did trigger a
radio blackout at 5:26 a.m. EST, officials with NOAA-led Space
Weather Prediction Center said.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Oregon Farmer Sues Over State’s Raw Milk Advertisement Ban
Mikael Thalen - Oregon farmer files suit against the Oregon
Agriculture Dept. in hopes to remove state law that bans
advertisement of raw milk to public. According to the lawsuit’s
plaintiff Christine Anderson of McMinnville’s
Farm, the ban not only suppresses her First Amendment right
to free speech, but also her ability to properly inform
Grow More Food in a Portable Greenhouse
Mother Earth News - Even gardeners in moderate or warm climates
can benefit from a greenhouse, which gives you more variety in
your winter fare, and also makes the experience of growing it
Grow Your Own: 5 Easy Vegetables to Grow Without Gardening
Natural Society - Following is a list of 5 of the easiest
vegetables to grow, even if you’ve never even watered a chia
plant. Make sure you get heirloom, organic seeds to avoid
perpetuating GMO seed monopolies.
If you’re only going to read one thing today, read this…
This piece made the rounds a few years ago, but if you missed it
then, here's your smile for today.
- November 20, 2013 - Today In History:
1789 - New Jersey became the first state to ratify the Bill of
1901 - The second Hay-Pauncefoot Treaty provided for
construction of the Panama Canal by the U.S.
1943 - During World War II, U.S. Marines began their landing on
Tarawa and Makin atolls in the Gilbert Islands.
1945 - 24 Nazi leaders went before an international war crimes
tribunal in Nuremberg, Germany.
1959 - Britain, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark
and Sweden met to create the European Free Trade Association.
1962 - The Cuban Missile Crisis ended. The Soviet Union removed
its missiles and bombers from Cuba and the U.S. ended its
blockade of the island.
1967 - The Census Clock at the Department of Commerce in
Washington, DC, went past 200 million.
1969 - The Nixon administration announced a halt to residential
use of the pesticide DDT as part of a total phase out of the
1986 - Dr. Halfdan Maher, the director of the World Health
Organization, announced the first coordinated global effort to
fight the disease AIDS.
1990 - Saddam Hussein ordered another 250,000 Iraqi troops into
the country of Kuwait.
1993 - The U.S. Senate passed the Brady Bill and legislation
1998 - Afghanistan's Taliban militia offered Osama bin Laden
safe haven. Osama bin Laden had been accused of orchestrating
two U.S. embassy bombings in Africa and later terrorist attacks
on New York City and the Pentagon.
1998 - Forty-six states agreed to a $206 billion settlement of
health claims against the tobacco industry. The industry also
agreed to give up billboard advertising of cigarettes.
2001 - The U.S. Justice Department headquarters building was
renamed the Robert F. Kennedy building by President George W.
Bush. The event was held on what would have been Kennedy's 76th
US drone strike rips Yemeni community apart
RT - One drone changed this sleepy farming village forever. Less than an
hour from Yemen’s capital, Khawlan is far removed from Al-Qaeda’s
operations. But without warning it was thrust into the war on terror,"
RT's Lucy Kafanov, who visited the community ravaged by a drone attack,
‘Retract Peace Prize’: Russian NGOs blast Obama over ‘killing people’
RT - Two major military-related groups, Officers of Russia and Soldiers’
Mothers, have addressed the Nobel Committee with a request to evaluate
the inhumane statements made by the US president about drone warfare.
Obama Plotting to Train Islamic Libyan Forces as Chaos Mounts
New American - According to Adm. William McRaven, commander of the U.S.
Special Operations Command, the U.S. government plans to train between
5,000 and 7,000 Libyan “security” personnel. The scheme will include
both conventional troops and “counterterrorism forces.”
Syrian Military Liberates Strategic Supply Route
Activist Post - In yet another example of the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA)
march forward with its liberation of Syria from the foreign-backed death
squads that have terrorized the Syrian people for the last two years,
the SAA has recently announced that it has retaken the strategic village
Syria's chemical weapons may be destroyed at sea - sources
(Reuters) - Syria's chemical weapons could be processed and destroyed
out at sea, say sources familiar with discussions at the international
body in charge of eliminating the toxic arsenal.
Egypt Anti-Terror Officer Gunned Down Before Testimony Against Morsi
Activist Post - Late on Sunday afternoon, an
Egyptian officer was gunned down by seven bullets coming from three
gunmen in Nasr City, a neighborhood in Cairo, Egypt. The officer,
Mohamed Mabruk, had been in charge of the Muslim Brotherhood file at the
Interior Ministry’s National Security Agency, according to a statement
made by the Interior Ministry.
Getting vaccinated is a civic duty, warn health experts
The Independent - Britons should be given vaccination record cards and
be advised it is their “civic duty” to get immunized, experts recommend
on Tuesday, warning that increasing migration, an ageing population and
the growth of antibiotic resistance is increasing the threat posed by
US Senate agrees to delay vote on new Iran sanctions
Press TV - During a two-hour meeting with top Democrats and Republicans
from the Senate’s Banking, Foreign Relations, Armed Service and
Intelligence committees on Tuesday, US President Barack Obama appealed
to Senators to temporarily halt voting for additional sanctions against
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Official: Between 60% And 70% Of Obamacare Website Still Not
Buzz Feed - “The back office systems, the accounting systems,
the payment systems, they still need to be [built],” Deputy
Chief Information Officer of the Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services Henry Chao said. UPDATE: Health and Human
Services official says numbers are actually reversed, 30% to 40%
of the site still needs to be built.
New Media Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Paul Joseph Watson - Establishment seeks to assimilate or
eliminate independent media.... The latest example is buried
within the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP)
and concerns “intellectual property enforcement.” Put simply,
the agreement will mandate ISPs to remove online content without
the need for a burden of proof or any kind of legal process,
greasing the skids for aggressive and disproportionate
Texans to Protest Censorship of Free Speech in Dallas JFK Events
Adan Salazar - The anniversary of the death of John Fitzgerald
Kennedy, the nation’s 35th president, occurs this Friday... Now
in an unprecedented effort to squelch free speech, the City of
Dallas has moved to cordon off huge areas of the city and has
attempted to prohibit citizens from carrying signs with messages
countering the official narrative, and even filming in certain
Coming Soon: A Biometric Fingerprint Scan Just to Leave the
Paul Joseph Watson - TSA ‘detention pods’ currently being rolled
out at major airports across the U.S. have biometric and
object-detecting capabilities, according to promotional material
from Eagle Security Group, the company that manufactures the
Ohio Supreme Court Affirms Teacher’s Right to Keep Personal
Bible on Desk
Rutherford Institute - In a mixed ruling that affirms the First
Amendment right of a public school teacher to keep a personal
Bible on his desk, while sidestepping larger questions of
academic freedom, the Ohio Supreme Court has upheld a school
district’s decision to terminate a middle school science teacher
who encouraged students to think critically about the school’s
US May Have Let 'Dozens' of Terrorists Into Country As Refugees
ABC News - Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers,
including some believed to have targeted American troops, may
have mistakenly been allowed to move to the United States as war
refugees, according to FBI agents investigating the remnants of
roadside bombs recovered from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Some D.C. Exchange Plans Cover Elective Abortion but Not Hearing
National Review - Multiple individual plans available on the
D.C. health-insurance exchange specifically cover elective
abortion but not hearing aids, routine foot-care, and routine
International Small Arms Control Standard: The Next Step of the
UN Gun Ban
ammoland.com - It’s named the International Small Arms Control
Standard (ISACS) and it has been kept secret for years. It’s a
child of failure, the failure of decades of attempts to disarm
all civilians. Voluntary disarmament didn’t work. Forced
civilian disarmament didn’t work. And black markets burgeoned.
Boston police officers wary of GPS for cruisers
Boston Globe - The pending use of GPS tracking devices, slated
to be installed in Boston police cruisers, has many officers
worried that commanders will monitor their every move while
supervisors insist the system will improve their response to
North Texas Drivers Stopped At Roadblock Asked For Saliva, Blood
Liberty Crier - Some drivers along a busy Fort Worth street on
Friday were stopped at a police roadblock and directed into a
parking lot, where they were asked by federal contractors for
samples of their breath, saliva and even blood. It was part of a
government research study aimed at determining the number of
drunken or drug-impaired drivers.
Establishment Proposes: “Have the Government Give Every Adult a
Mac Slavo - With government intervention now becoming the only
viable solution being touted for everything from individual
health care and the economy to our personal safety and how we
educate our children, it would only make sense that officials in
Washington also figure out a way to use their power of
confiscation and redistribution to equalize the income playing
80 is the new 60 when it comes to retirement
NY Post - Call it the new American nightmare: Running out of
money in retirement is scaring the hell out of record numbers of
older workers, forcing them to stay in the workforce. Now 80 is
the new 60 when it comes to retirement. Many older workers who
finally clock out have sharply underestimated their financial
needs in retirement, raising the specter of personal financial
JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement with US regulators
BBC- US bank JP Morgan has agreed to a record $13bn (£8bn)
settlement with US regulators for misleading investors during
the housing crisis. It is the largest settlement ever between
the US government and a corporation.
xkcd.com - Excellent chart to reflect levels of radiation a
person can obsorb from various sources. Have to read carefully
a person can absorb from various sources.
House To Vote On Bill That Would Impose $5,000 Fee For
Protesting Drilling Projects
thinkprogress.org - The bill, introduced by Rep. Doug Lamborn
(R-CO), is broad legislation designed to make it much easier for
oil and gas companies to obtain permission to drill on public
lands. If signed into law, the legislation would automatically
approve onshore drilling permits if the U.S. Department of
Interior (DOI) failed to act on them in 60 days. If an
individual does not like a proposed drilling project and wanted
to oppose it, he or she would have to pay a $5,000 fee to file
an official protest.
8 Signs that Fukushima Radiation is Blasting the Oceans and U.S.
Natural Society - Each day, 300 tons of radioactive water is
spilling into the Pacific Ocean. The amount in the ocean and the
global water supply is growing every single day, and ultimately
impacting wildlife and our food supply. Whether you live on the
West Coast or in the middle of the country, this should concern
you as it will eventually affect us all.
Omega-3 Fats Help Overcome Multi-Drug Resistant Cancer
Green Med Info - With chemotherapy resistant cancers on the
rise, and conventional drug treatments often doing more harm
than good, research on omega 3 fatty acids reversing multidrug
resistance in colon cancer cells holds all the more promise.
Essiac Tea: 4 Secret Ingredients Treated Thousands of Cancer
Natural Society - Since the 1920’s, a renegade nurse treated
thousands of cancer patients in Canada with a little known tea
made up of just four simple ingredients.
Rosemary Herb Could Combat Age-Related Blindness
Natural Society - Research indicates that the herb rosemary can
help combat age-related blindness, working to stop the
progression of the disease caused by oxidative stress.
Deadly 5-in-1 Vaccine Kills At Least Eight Infants
Natural Blaze - In a press release issued on November 12, 2013,
the human rights organization Peoples Union for Democratic
Rights (PUDR) stated that between September and October 2013,
eight infants had died and many more had been seriously injured
after they had received the pentavalent (5-in-1) vaccination.
14-Year Old Girl Dies of Toxic Shock After The Introduction of a
Tampon Into Her Body
Prevent Disease - Tampons provide the perfect porous,
oxygen-filled, warm moist environment containing nutritious
menstrual blood for bacteria to thrive to dangerous levels. Many
tampons are known to contain toxic amounts of the chemical
dioxin as well as fragrances, dyes, and super-absorbent
chemicals. Natasha Scott-Falber, 14, died suddenly of toxic
shock syndrome after introducing a tampon into her body.
School Force Feeds Garbage to Kid with Healthy Lunch, Parents
Activist Post - A Canadian mother in Manitoba got a note from
the school in her child's lunch box notifying of a fine for
providing an unbalanced meal, which the school supplemented with
Vegan Thanksgiving Menu
Care2 - Thanksgiving is just one week away. How’s your
menu-planning going? If you want to have a totally meatless
Thanksgiving or are looking to accommodate a few vegetarian or
vegan guests, these vegan Thanksgiving recipes are sure to
Turmeric is an effective medicinal herb with many applications
(NaturalNews) More and more reports are coming out on the
complications of root canals and wisdom teeth extractions that
leave cavitations, all of which are breeding grounds for various
pathogens that can create disease throughout the whole body....
The Indian study abstract offers some do-it-yourself dental
hygiene methods with turmeric as well as professional
Ginseng - Benefits of the popular Chinese root
(NaturalNews) There is a long list of health benefits associated
with ginseng, including a boost of energy, improvement in mental
focus and cognitive function, anti-inflammatory properties,
cancer prevention, improvement of erectile dysfunction, enhanced
activity of the immune system, lower blood sugar levels, weight
control and the alleviation of menstrual pain.
Coconut sugar: A low GI sugar rich in amino acids and B vitamins
(NaturalNews) Coconut sugar, also called coconut sap sugar, is a
sugar derived from the sap of coconut tree flowers. It has been
used as a traditional sweetener for centuries in regions where
coconut trees flourish, such as Southeast Asia.... Unlike
refined white sugar, coconut sugar is minimally processed, and
few if any chemicals are added to it, meaning that most of its
minerals are left intact.
21 Amazing Benefits of Eating Wheatgrass
Prevent Disease - Wheatgrass and wheatgrass juice are excellent
ways to get dark greens in the diet. Pound for pound, wheatgrass
is more than twenty times denser in nutrients than other choice
vegetables. Nutritionally, wheatgrass is a complete food that
contains 98 of the 102 earth elements.
A Viciously Honest Coke Commercial You’ll Never See
Natural Society - If the millions and millions of dollars spent
every year on marketing junk food and beverages to the American
people had to be spent on 100% honest and translucent ads, we
would see quite a different world.... Note that the commercial
above is not real. It is a parody created to depict the fallacy
of Coca-Cola bettering the world.
Is hummus healthy? Four reasons to include this tasty dip in
(NaturalNews) Hummus is a traditional Middle Eastern spread made
of pureed chickpeas. Usually blended with tahini (sesame seed
butter), olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic, it is a very
good source of protein and vitamins. Studies even indicate that
hummus has properties to help fight against cancer. Delicious,
easy-to-prepare and vegetarian-friendly, why not including it in
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Florida city uproots couple’s 17-year-old garden
watchdog.org - A new zoning ordinance designed to “protect the
distinctive character of the Miami Shores Village,” was enacted
and specifically prohibited vegetables – not fruit, trees or
even plastic flamingos – from appearing in front yards.
State stacks the deck against heritage hog farmer Mark Baker
Natural Blaze - Heritage hog farmer Mark Baker sued the State of
Michigan when its Department of Natural Resources arbitrarily
ordered him to kill his pigs in late 2011. After two years of
stalling, the state now has moved his trial from his home county
to the state capital, where a panel of four appellate judges –
hand-selected by the state – will hear his case.
19 Baby Steps Toward a Self Sufficient Lifestyle
Activist Post -Today I will share some easy steps you can take
to to start becoming self-sufficient.... Some are easy and
others take a bit of skill and practice. Some can be done for
little or no cost and others will require an investment in time,
labor, money or all three. The good news is that there are lots
of choices and the journey toward self sufficiency does not have
to be done in a day, a month, a year or even a decade.
- November 19, 2013 - Today In History:
1794 - Britain's King George III signed the Jay Treaty. It
resolved the issues left over from the Revolutionary War.
1863 - U.S. President Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address
as he dedicated a national cemetery at the site of the Civil War
battlefield in Pennsylvania.
1919 - The U.S. Senate rejected the Treaty of Versailles with a
vote of 55 in favor to 39 against. A two-thirds majority was
needed for ratification.
1942 - During World War II, Russian forces launched their winter
offensive against the Germans along the Don front.
1954 - Two automatic toll collectors were placed in service on
the Garden State Parkway in New Jersey.
1959 - Ford Motor Co. announced it was ending the production of
the unpopular Edsel.
1969 - Apollo 12 astronauts Charles Conrad and Alan Bean made
man's second landing on the moon.
1977 - Egyptian President Anwar Sadat became the first Arab
leader to set foot in Israel on an official visit.
1985 - U.S. President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail S.
Gorbachev met for the first time as they began their summit in
1990 - NATO and the Warsaw Pact signed a treaty of
1998 - The impeachment inquiry of U.S. President Clinton began.
2001 - U.S. President George W. Bush signed the most
comprehensive air security bill in U.S. history.
2002 - The oil tanker Prestige broke into two pieces and sank
off northwest Spain. The tanker lost about 2 million gallons of
fuel oil when it ruptured November 13th and was towed about 150
miles out to sea.
2002 - The U.S. government completed its takeover of security at
424 airports nationwide.
2003 - Eight competing designs for a memorial to the victims of
the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks at the World Trade
Center were unveiled. One design would be built at the site of
the World Trade Center.
Assange not under sealed indictment, U.S. officials say
washingtonpost.com - Federal prosecutors have not filed a sealed
indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, despite persistent
rumors that a nearly three-year-old grand jury investigation of him and
his organization had secretly led to charges, according to senior law
Iran Unveils Attack Drone With ’2,000-Kilometer’ Range
Defense News - Iran on Monday unveiled a missile-equipped drone with a
range of 1,200 miles (2,000 kilometers), the official IRNA news agency
reported. “The Fotros drone has an operational range of 2,000 kilometres
and can fly at an altitude of 25,000 feet, with a flight time of 16 to
30 hours,” Defence Minister Mohammad Dehgan was quoted as saying.
NIOC world’s 3rd biggest oil company
Press TV - A recent report states that the National Iranian Oil Company
(NIOC) is the world’s third largest oil company despite US-engineered
sanctions against the Islamic Republic’s energy sector.
VIDEO: US-Afghan security deal 'up in the air'
Press TV - An agreement between the US and Afghanistan that would allow
American troops to remain in the country beyond 2014 is “up in the air,”
a scholar at the Middle East Institute in Washington says.
Palestine votes at UN General Assembly
Press TV - Palestine has cast its first vote at the United Nations
General Assembly, taking another step toward becoming a full member of
Vietnam banker sentenced to death for fraud
Al Jazeera - A Vietnamese former banker and his business associate have
been sentenced to death for their part in the embezzlement of $25
million, state media has reported. The pair were among 11 defendants in
the nine-day trial in Ho Chi Minh City, state media reported on
Saturday, in a case that has highlighted Vietnam's efforts to show it is
stamping out corruption in the face of widespread public anger over the
Tepco Successfully Removes First Nuclear Fuel Rods at Fukushima
Bloomberg - The first of the fuel-rod assemblies at the plant’s No. 4
reactor building was transferred from an underwater rack on the fifth
floor to a portable cask just before 4 p.m., the utility known as Tepco
said in an e-mailed statement.
Beirut bombing: Twin attacks target Iranian embassy, 23 killed, 146
RT - Two blasts near the Iranian embassy in Beirut killed at least 23
people, injuring 146 and causing havoc and a massive fire in the
Lebanese capital. Six buildings were reportedly destroyed in the embassy
Kerry declares the end of the Monroe Doctrine era
Al Jazeera - Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday declared that a
nearly 200-year-old policy which had governed Washington's relations
with Latin America was finally dead. Known as the Monroe Doctrine after
it was adopted in 1823 by former U.S. president James Monroe, the policy
had stated that any efforts by European countries to colonize land in
North or South America would be viewed as aggressive acts and could
require U.S. intervention.
End to privacy? Western firms hawk mass surveillance technology to
RT - Human rights groups are sounding alarms as Western firms sell mass
surveillance technology in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, equipping
governments and companies new capabilities to snoop on citizens.
Malnutrition Doubles in the UK as the Economy Collapses
Activist Post - A report in the UK Daily Mail says that hospitalization
cases for treatment of malnutrition have doubled over the past 5 years.
The increase is linked to Britain’s crippling economic downturn.
Economic Warfare: Philippines Offered $500 Million in Aid
Activist Post - The World Bank is offering the Philippines $500 Million
in the form of a loan. Benevolence, or a chance to own more land,
people, and resources?
Earthquake Hits Japan Amid Fukushima Fuel Rod Removal
Common Dreams - A strong earthquake has struck Japan's coast south of
the Fukushima nuclear plant currently undergoing a dangerous removal of
highly radioactive Unit 4 fuel rods, according to online reports
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Behind the Pentagon’s doctored ledgers, a running tally of epic
Reuters - Because of its persistent inability to tally its
accounts, the Pentagon is the only federal agency that has not
complied with a law that requires annual audits of all
government departments. That means that the $8.5 trillion in
taxpayer money doled out by Congress to the Pentagon since 1996,
the first year it was supposed to be audited, has never been
Supreme Court blocks challenge to NSA phone tracking
RT - The Supreme Court announced Monday morning that it would
not be considering at this time a complaint filed months earlier
that challenged the legality of the National Security Agency’s
dragnet telephone surveillance program.
Fourth graders taught about ‘pimps’ and ‘mobstaz’ in Louisiana
Fox News - Fourth grade students in Vermilion Parish, La. were
given a homework assignment that included words like “Po Pimp”
and “mobstaz,” but school officials said the worksheet was age
appropriate based on an education website affiliated with Common
Core education standards.
Real purpose of Obamacare is to destroy private insurance, says
(NaturalNews) What if the actual intent of the Obama regime's
massive healthcare overhaul had nothing to do with expanding
coverage to more people and everything to do with intentionally
crashing the private insurance market in order to replace it
with a government-run, single-payer socialist system?
Exposed: WebMD betrays Americans by pocketing millions to
promote Obamacare propaganda
(NaturalNews) As reported by The Washington Times, the federal
government awarded WebMD a $4.8 million contract for its
agreement to post pro-Obamacare propaganda on its website,
including the deceptive article "7 Surprising Things About the
Affordable Care Act."
Common Core: Obama Education Plan Sparks Nationwide Protest
Newsmax - U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says that some
of the opposition to the controversial Common Core state
education standards is coming from wealthy "white" mothers upset
to learn their children are not as bright as they thought.
Opposition has been building to President Barack Obama's new
federal school standards for several months.
U.S. Officials Examine Bitcoin at Senate Hearing [...You Can
Almost Smell the Panic in the Air]
STG Report - U.S. law-enforcement officials were set to outline
the pitfalls and promises of virtual currencies such as bitcoin
Monday at the first-ever Senate hearing on the matter.
How Wall Street Manipulates Everything: The Infographics
Zero Hedge - Courtesy of the revelations over the past year, one
thing has been settled: the statement "Wall Street Manipulated
Everything" is no longer in the conspiracy theorist's arsenal:
it is now part of the factually accepted vernacular. And to
summarize just how, who and where this manipulation takes places
is the following series of charts from Bloomberg demonstrating
Wall Street at its best - breaking the rules and making a
Is Walmart's request of associates to help provide Thanksgiving
dinner for co-workers proof of low wages?
cleveland.com - Norma Mills of Canton, who lives near the store,
saw the photo circulating showing the food drive bins, and felt
both "outrage" and "anger."... "That Walmart would have the
audacity to ask low-wage workers to donate food to other
low-wage workers -- to me, it is a moral outrage."
Federal Court in New York Orders MF Global Inc. to Pay over $1
Billion in Restitution to Customers of MF Global Inc.
cftc.gov - The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
obtained a federal court consent Order against Defendant MF
Global Inc. (MF Global) requiring it to pay $1.212 billion in
restitution to customers of MF Global to ensure customers
recover their losses sustained when MF Global failed in 2011.
REPORT: Census 'faked' unemployment data ahead of 2012 election
NY Post - An insider’s account about top down pressure on jobs
data—especially during the months leading up to the presidential
election—brings a new level of scrutiny to the reliability of
official unemployment rates.
Expect a Spike in Turkey Prices This Thanksgiving Due to
Blacklisted News - I am not making this up. Butterball, the
nation's largest producer of turkeys, has announced that it will
be shipping out half as many large, fresh never-frozen turkeys
to retailers this year. The company says many of its birds had
trouble gaining weight during the production process, reports
Congress Expands Entitlements for Chimpanzees
National Journal - This week, in a moment of sober bipartisan
agreement, the House and Senate voted to extend retirement
benefits for the nation's research chimpanzees.... With the new
bill, funding is secured through 2023. Over the next four years,
the Congressional Budget Office says, it will cost $55 million.
GOP Food Stamp Cuts Would Kick 170,000 Vets Out of the Program
12160 - At least 900,000 veterans rely on SNAP. The House
Republican version of the farm bill, the five-year piece of
legislation that funds nutrition and agriculture provisions,
would slash funding for the food stamps program by nearly $40
billion and boot 2.8 million people off the program next year.
CIA Asset, Evergreen International Airlines Going Out of
GeoEngineering Exposed - Since 2009, Evergreen Air has allegedly
been prepared to contract with the US Forestry Service (USFS) to
use their huge 747 tankers and patented deployment system to
control several seasons of horrendous wildfires. So why has the
USFS under the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) refused to
contract with Evergreen’s advanced firefighting technology to
protect US citizens and rural properties?
Tornado hits U.S. nuclear facility – Uranium enrichment building
damaged — Parts of cooling towers destroyed — Alert declared for
ENENews - WPSD, Nov. 17, 2013: One of the plant’s four
enrichment production buildings, the adjacent cooling towers and
nearby electrical switchyard sustained most of the damage.
Several of the transite panels that cover the building were torn
off or broken. Electrical power poles, wiring and other
electrical circuits were also damaged. The shrouds or collars
that surround the fans on this set of cooling towers were
You're Eating Apples Wrong
care2.com - Did you know that the average person wastes 30
percent of every apple they eat? If you throw away the apple
core, you’re one of those people — because the apple core
Painkillers that Kill: Tylenol and the Silent Epidemic
Vaccination Information Network - Paracetamol is perhaps one of
the most widely prescribed painkilling drugs worldwide. While
paracetamol is the recommended international non-proprietary
name, in the United States the substance is always and only
100-Page Report Outlines Why the American Cancer Society is a
Natural Society - Hopefully, after reading highlights from this
100-page document outlining the shady dealings of the
American Cancer Society with Big Pharma and its neglect in
discussing environmental factors which add to cancer rates, you
will boycott them all and leave them with nothing but lint in
Bitter Melon Extract May Have Potential to Fight Cancer
Natural Blaze - Preliminary findings of the research were
published in the Public Library of Science One Journal by Ratna
Ray, Ph.D. associate professor of pathology at Saint Louis
University. Ray found that bitter melon extract, a vegetable
commonly used in Indian and Chinese diets, reduces the head and
neck cancer cell growth in the animal model.
14 Pesticide-Doused Crops Most Often Found in Baby Food
Natural Society - Research from EWG shows that many baby foods
are tainted with pesticide-riddled crops. Here are the 14
pesticide-doused crops most often in baby food.
Turkey tail mushroom finally being studied in U.S. after 30
years of use in cancer treatment in Japan
(NaturalNews) The turkey tail (Trametes versicolor) mushroom,
named for its colorful wavy stripes, is known for its strong
antiviral, antimicrobial and antitumor properties.
Antioxidant turmeric and laurel leaf extracts reduce hardening
of arteries, says science
(NaturalNews) A simple way to help naturally lower inflammation
and protect your body against atherosclerosis, also known as
hardening of the arteries, is to supplement with
turmeric and laurel leaf extract.
Toxic environment now causing mysterious, debilitating pain in
arms and legs; doctors baffled
(NaturalNews) Referred to in the medical literature as Complex
Regional Pain Syndrome, or CRPS, doctors say they have no idea
what causes this strange illness or how to cure it, yet the
number of people who suffer from it continues to rise.
Top twelve natural stomach pain killers
(NaturalNews) It has been noted that one of the most popular
requests in wellness stores is for products to help ease stomach
pain naturally. People, from cancer patients to parents of
babies suffering from colic, try to look for the safest and most
effective way of dealing with stomach pain.
Google will pay U.S. $17 million in privacy settlement
Raw Story - New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
announced the multistate agreement on Google’s “unauthorized
placement of cookies on computers using Apple Safari Web
browsers during 2011 and 2012.” Google last year paid a $22.5
million fine to the US Federal Trade Commission on the same
issue. The FTC said Google had agreed with the commission in
October 2011 not to place tracking cookies or deliver targeted
ads to Safari users, but then went ahead and did so.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
12 Fruits and Vegetables That Last for Months
Organic Gardening - We’ve compiled a list of the healthiest
produce that lasts virtually forever, so you can cut down on
waste and yet always have fresh veggies handy for a healthy
International Mosaiculture Exhibition
My Virtual Garden - Even if you’re not into gardening yourself,
the plant sculptures in the international Montreal Mosaiculture
Exhibition will blow your mind.
3 Reasons Your Dog’s Urine Kills Your Grass – And What to Do
Dr. Becker - Dogs are carnivores, and as such, their urine pH
should be on the acidic side – ideally from 6 to 6.5, but no
more than 7. A urine pH over 7 will not only burn your grass, it
can predispose your pet to struvite crystals and other urinary
Sell Your Rotten, Spoiled Waste Food to Pet Food
Susan Thixton - There are companies who broker spoiled, rotting
foods. Salvage food brokers. There are even state regulations
governing these businesses. And guess what industry they sell
this waste to?
Deflation at the Fed
Daily Paul - Via Twitter: Fed deflation in one pic.
- November 18, 2013 - Today In History:
1820 - Captain Nathaniel Palmer became the first American to
sight the continent of Antarctica.
1883 - The U.S. and Canada adopted a system of standard time
1903 - The U.S. and Panama signed a treaty that granted the U.S.
rights to build the Panama Canal.
1966 - U.S. Roman Catholic bishops did away with the rule
against eating meat on Fridays.
1969 - Apollo 12 astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. and Alan
L. Bean landed on the lunar surface during the second manned
mission to the moon.
1978 - In Jonestown, Guyana, Reverend Jim Jones persuaded his
followers to commit suicide by drinking a death potion. Some
people were shot to death. 914 cult members were left dead
including over 200 children.
1983 - Argentina announced its ability to produce enriched
uranium for use in nuclear weapons.
1987 - The U.S. Congress issued the Iran-Contra Affair report.
The report said President Reagan bore "ultimate responsibility"
for wrongdoing by his aides.
1987 - CBS Inc. announced it had agreed to sell its record
division to Sony Corp. for about $2 billion.
1988 - U.S. President Reagan signed major legislation provided
the death penalty for drug traffickers who kill.
1991 - Shiite Muslim kidnappers in Lebanon freed Anglican Church
envoy Terry Waite and Thomas Sutherland.
1993 - The U.S. House of Representatives joined the U.S. Senate
in approving legislation aimed at protecting abortion
facilities, staff and patients.
1993 - Representatives from 21 South African political parties
approved a new constitution.
1997 - The FBI officially pulled out of the probe into the TWA
Flight 800 disaster. They said the explosion that destroyed the
Boeing 747 was not caused by a criminal act. 230 people were
1997 - First Union Corp. announced its purchase of CoreStates
Financial Corp. for $16.1 billion. To date it was the largest
banking deal in U.S. history.
1999 - 12 people were killed and 28 injured when a huge bonfire
under construction collapsed at Texas A&M in College Station,
Syrian army launches offensive near Lebanon border
AP - Syrian troops clashed with rebels in a mountainous western region
Saturday in what appeared to be an offensive to cut an opposition supply
route from Lebanon, forcing hundreds to flee for safety across the
border, activists and officials said.... Earlier Saturday, activists
said fighters from an al-Qaida-linked Syrian rebel group beheaded an
allied commander whom they mistook for a pro-government fighter.
State of emergency declared in Libyan capital amid fresh violence
RT - A 48-hour state of emergency was declared in the Libyan capital of
Tripoli after fresh clashes erupted on Saturday. Vehicles full of
fighters from Misrata headed to Tripoli from the eastern suburb of
Tajura, according to media reports.
Report: Israel, Saudi Arabia cooperating on possible attack on Iran
Ynet - With nuclear talks set to resume Wednesday, Sunday Times reports
Israel, Saudi Arabia heightening cooperation, in bid to formulate
contingency attack plan on Iran should talks succeed in reaching
agreement, but fail in halting Iranian nuclear program.
VIDEO: Afghans protest against security deal with US
Press TV - Washington had promised to withdraw all combat forces from
Afghanistan by 2014. However, it has been locked in tricky negotiations
with Kabul over a strategic partnership beyond 2014 deadline.
UN envoy ‘shocked’ by UK’s ‘unacceptable’ persecution of The Guardian
over Snowden leaks
End the Lie - A senior United Nations official responsible for freedom
of expression has warned that the UK government’s response to
revelations of mass surveillance by Edward Snowden is damaging Britain’s
reputation for press freedom and investigative journalism.
GCHQ snoops on hotel reservations targeting diplomats – Snowden leaks
RT - A UK spy agency infiltrated international hotel booking systems for
some three years, tracing high profile officials and wiretapping their
suites, new leaks reveal. GCHQ’s top secret ‘Royal Concierge’ program
tracked 350 hotels across the globe.
Thousands of Greeks mark 40th anniversary of student uprising, protest
against austerity (PHOTOS)
RT - More than 16,000 Greeks marched through the streets of Athens on
Sunday to protest against austerity and mark the 40th anniversary of the
student uprising against the former ruling military junta.
Are Philippines Officials Targeting Areas That Voted for Them as They
Distribute Aid to Typhoon Survivors? Shocking Claim That Millions Are
Being Left to Fend for Themselves
Daily Mail - The survivors of Typhoon Haiyan are in desperate need of
food and water and a huge relief effort is under way – but a shocking
claim has emerged from an aid worker in the Philippines that government
officials are prioritising aid based on who they think will vote for
Failed Monsanto GMO Corn Pushed on African Countries with Help of Bill
Elizabeth Renter - According to a recent statement from the African
Centre for Biosafety (ACB), failed GM corn from Monsanto is now being
pushed on African countries with help from the Gates Foundation. This
maize, known as MON810, has been grown in South Africa for 15 years,
where it “failed miserably”.
Afghan villagers find the bodies of 6 beheaded contractors in restive
Washington Post - Afghan villagers discovered the beheaded bodies of six
government contractors Sunday in the country’s restive south, the
apparent victims of insurgents who regularly target state projects,
YouTube: TPP: High Treason! Obama's Secret Meeting to Give Corporations
RT - TPP Wikileaks has released another bombshell... Trans-Pacific
Partnership. The TPP is often referred to by critics as "NAFTA on
steroids," and would establishing a free-trade zone that would stretch
from Vietnam to Chile, encompass 800 million people -- about a third of
world trade and nearly 40 percent of the global economy.
TPP’s Intellectual Property section also boosts GMO and drug monopolies
Activist Post - If you think the Monsanto Protection Act was bad... If
instituted, the TPP’s IP regime would trample over individual rights and
free expression, as well as ride roughshod over the intellectual and
creative commons. If you read, write, publish, think, listen, dance,
sing or invent; if you farm or consume food; if you’re ill now or might
one day be ill, the TPP has you in its crosshairs.
Australia Determined To Forcibly Vaccinate By Intentional and Controlled
Release of Aerosolized GMO Vaccine
Natural Blaze - The Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) is on
its way to approve a licence application from PaxVax Australia (PaxVax)
for the intentional release of a GMO vaccine consisting of live bacteria
into the environment in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia
NHK: Fuel removal at Unit 4 underway — BBC: Concern casks not
watertight, rods would contact air...
ENENews - NHK, Nov. 18, 2013: The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi
nuclear power plant has begun removing nuclear fuel from a storage pool
at a damaged reactor building. Workers placed a special fuel transport
container in the storage pool at a damaged reactor building.
Organic Italian jam found to contain radiation from decades-old
Chernobyl accident - what is Fukushima doing to our food supply?
(NaturalNews) More than 5,000 jars of organic wild blueberry jam made in
Italy have been intercepted and recalled by the Tokyo Metropolitan
Government in Japan after multiple batches of the fruit spread tested
positive for unacceptable levels of radioactive cesium-137.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Rep. Rogers: Crazed al-Qaeda Terrorists Coming to America
Kurt Nimmo - Rep. Mike Rogers, the Michigan Republican who heads
up the House Intelligence Committee, is worried about al-Qaeda
finding its way into America.... “The number now exceeds 1,000
western jihadists who have shown up, so they’ll have passports,
good passports, allows them to travel around Europe, maybe get
to the United States,” Rogers warned. “That’s concerning.”
Drone crashes into Navy ship injuring 2 in California
RT - An American drone has malfunctioned and crashed into a
guided missile cruiser off the coast of Southern California,
causing two injuries, say officials. The incident happened while
the vessel was testing a combat weapons system.
Fraudsters Are Exploiting New Health Law
The Wall Street Journal - In the months preceding the Oct. 1
opening of the state-based health-insurance exchanges, consumer
complaints about Medicare—many alleging fraud—soared.
Thousands March Against Mainstream Media - Nov 16, 2013
Activist Post - In what started as a national march, quickly
organized into and event reaching as far as Australia, Canada,
and the UK. Here is an excerpt from the official Page: MARCH
AGAINST MAINSTREAM MEDIA is more than just a protest. It is an
attack against the credibility of the mainstream media in an
attempt to steer its viewers away from its lies and towards
alternative media sources....
Militarization of police more widespread than previously
thought, especially in small towns
End the Lie - While the trend of police forces becoming
increasingly militarized across the United States, thanks in
large part to programs like the Pentagon’s 1033 Program, is
pretty much common knowledge at this point, it actually goes
much further than most realize.
TSA Rolls Out ‘Detention Pods’ at Airport Terminal Exits
Paul Joseph Watson - The TSA is funding the rollout of exit pods
at major airport terminals across the country that temporarily
detain passengers before they are allowed to leave, another
example critics say of how the federal agency’s policies treat
travelers as prisoners.
Cops Kill 8 Times More Americans Than Terrorists Do
Activist Post - Since 9/11, and the subsequent militarization of
the police by the Department of Homeland Security, about 5,000
Americans have been killed by US police officers. The civilian
death rate is nearly equal to the number of US soldiers killed
in Iraq. In fact, you are 8 times more likely to be killed by a
police officer than by a terrorist.
Moody’s downgrades 4 US giant lenders
RT - Moody’s is to cut the credit rating of US major banks,
including Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Bank of
New York Mellon. The rating agency thinks the government is now
less likely to support the lenders in times of new financial
Obamacare: The Final Nail In The Coffin For The Middle Class
Economic Collapse - If there were any shreds of hope left that
the stunning decline of the middle class could be turned around,
Obamacare has absolutely destroyed them.
Obama Administration Spent $4.4 Billion on State Healthcare
atr.org - According to public data compiled by Americans for Tax
Reform, the Obama administration has spent a minimum of $4.4
billion in federal taxpayer dollars on state Obamacare websites.
The money was funneled through the Centers for Medicare &
Medicaid Services (CMS), a division of the Kathleen Sebelius-run
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
What THEY Can’t Take: “The Only Thing You Own Are the Skills In
Your Hands and the Knowledge In Your Mind”
Activist Post - In the following video from Future Money Trends
these same legendary contrarians share words of wisdom about
where we are, where we’re going, and how to prepare yourself to
prosper during the hard times ahead.
20-Year Army Vet Gets Shocking Notice From Employer Just Before
Tea Party Command Center - Being a veteran with two decades of
service — one who says, “I believe in America and I believe in
God so strongly,” reports KCRA-TV in Sacramento — you may find
it unsurprising that Hawks has used a familiar signature on his
hospital emails: “God Bless America.” Hawks had been using the
signature for more than year, he told KCRA, without any
Marine's EPIC Letter Quitting the Military
Daily Paul - To Whom It May Concern: As a disclaimer, I wish to
inform the reader that at this point, I have in no way made any
decisions regarding my career as a Marine. This is simply to
formulate my thoughts, create a discussion, and possibly
consider future alternatives to my current path in the Marine
Yoga provides relief to veterans with post-traumatic stress
(NaturalNews) It used to be that "yoga" and "veterans" were two
words you never heard in the same sentence. But in 2013, yoga
for veterans has become a necessary practice for those suffering
with PTSD, with classes springing up around the country.
Tornado devastation in the Midwest: Five dead and homes
destroyed as FIFTY twisters touch down and Soldier Field is
Daily Mail - States of emergency have been issued for seven
Illinois counties in the wake of a series of powerful tornadoes
that blew through the Midwestern U.S. Sunday, devastating
several towns and killing 5. In two communities, including the
Illinois town of Washington, population 15,000, one of the
estimated 60 twisters smashed through and destroyed at least 70
CBS News: 'Immense mystery' as sea stars being wiped out along
ENENews - Scientists on the West Coast are at a loss to explain
what’s killing sea stars, also known as starfish. In some
places, 95 percent of the starfish population has died.
Now revealed there’s 80 damaged spent fuel assemblies leaking
radioactive materials in Fukushima storage pools — Kyodo:
Removal attempt at Unit 4 starts later today — Japan nuclear
official ‘nervous’, as one slip could result in monumental chain
enenews.com - Fukushima I Nuke Plant Reactor 1 has 70 fuel
assemblies damaged before the March 11, 2011 disaster, a quarter
of the total spent fuel [...] It was revealed on November 15
[...] Technologies to remove damaged fuel haven’t been
established [...] According to TEPCO, these 70 fuel assemblies
had series of problems including leakage of radioactive
materials [...] There are three damaged fuel assemblies inside
the Reactor 4 Spent Fuel Pool [...] Reactor 2 Spent Fuel Pool
has three damaged [...] Reactor 3 Spent Fuel Pool has four,
making the total of damaged fuel assemblies 80 [...]
Eastern And Western Herbal Therapy Treat Enlarged Prostate (BPH)
Green Med Info - New research is establishing that Chinese
herbal medicine and Western herbal medicine hold the promise for
safely and effectively treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
What ever happened to DMSO for cancer and what is it anyway?
(NaturalNews) The initial excitement during the 1960s and '70s
for a wide variety of uses with natural, inexpensive DMSO was
eventually suppressed by the Medical Mafia and followed by
obligatory disinformation campaigns.
Hep B Vaccine Fails To Protect 42% of Infants, New Study Reveals
Green Med Info - An eye-opening new study challenges the World
Health Organization's claim that hepatitis B vaccine is "95%
effective" at preventing post-exposure transmission of hepatitis
B virus from an infected mother to her infant. The new study
found 42% of infants, after receiving 4 Hep B vaccines, were
infected with 'occult' Hep B virus.
Medium chain triglycerides: Super fats
(NaturalNews) Medium chain triglycerides may have anti-aging and
brain-boosting effects, and they have proven to be useful in the
treatment and prevention of a variety of diseases. Coconut oil,
which is 50-60 percent MCTs, is the best natural source of these
less common fats.
4 Natural Remedies for the Common Cold
Natural Blaze - There are a few natural remedies that can help
when you have these kinds of viruses—here are the four best
natural remedies which can prevent the flu....
Cayenne pepper improves circulation, reduces inflammation and
spices up your cooking
(NaturalNews) Used as an herbal medicine in Greece, China and
the Middle East, cayenne stimulates blood flow, increases the
action of mucous membranes, heals muscle aches and cleanses the
body. Cayenne is also available as a homeopathic remedy for both
acute and chronic disease.
Surprising Foods with More Sugar Than a Krispy Kreme Doughnut
Dr. Mercola - A major new report by Credit Suisse Research
Institute1 explores the impact of sugar and sweeteners on
humans' diets, with some shocking revelations and statistics.
Worldwide, the average person consumes 70 grams of sugar and
high-fructose corn syrup per day (that's 17 teaspoons), up 46
percent from three decades ago.
Countless Uses for Coconut Oil – The Simple, the Strange, and
the Downright Odd
Dr. Mercola - Coconut oil has been a dietary- and beauty staple
for millennia. It’s a powerful destroyer of all kinds of
microbes, from viruses to bacteria to protozoa, many of which
can be harmful, and provides your body with high quality fat
that is critical for optimal health.
Research shows garlic may be an effective treatment for diabetes
and oxidative stress
(NaturalNews) Various cultures around the world already
understand that herbs such as ginger, cinnamon, garlic and
turmeric can effectively treat conditions like diabetes.
The powerful health benefits of lemon balm
(NaturalNews) Lemon balm is a member of the mint family and is
considered a calming herb. This herb is also known as Melissa
officinalis, and it has been used for centuries to reduce
anxiety, promote sleep and improve symptoms of indigestion.
Princeton to use students as vaccine experiment subjects with
rollout of non-approved meningitis vaccine
(NaturalNews) Princeton University is poised to move forward on
a plan that would transform the entire student body into human
guinea pigs for a campus-wide vaccine medical experiment.
Millions of children dumbed down and drugged up on schedule II
(NaturalNews) There is a silent tragedy taking place, mostly in
the USA, as countless millions of children of all ages are being
erroneously administered doses of amphetamine class drugs
multiple times each day.
All In The (Robotic) Family: Renting Robotic Replacements To
Care For Your "Loved" Ones
Activist Post - As the evolution of humanoid robots continues to
quicken, it is forcing the question of whether or not we we will
love our robotic overlords. Or, are they not "overlords" at all,
but soon to be just part of the family?... Here are just a few
DARPA envisions troops controlling platforms with their minds
IHS Jane's Defence Weekly - It is conceivable, for example, that
a human brain signal could control a Virginia-class submarine
instead of needing to input controls through touchscreens,
knobs, and dials, Dr Arati Prabhakar, director of DARPA, said
during a 14 November discussion at the Defense One Summit in
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Food Safety Modernization Act: The End of Fresh, Living Food?
Activist Post - The deadline for submitting comments on two key
rules the FDA has proposed as a part of the Food Safety
Modernization Act has been extended to Friday, Nov. 22.
9 Food Cures You Can Grow at Home
Organic Gardening - Why burn a quarter-tank of gas running out
to the drugstore for Pepto when you can pluck some relief from
your windowsill herb garden?
Infographic: Ten Most Common Emergency Food Fails
Natural Blaze - Check out the following infographic from
FoodInsurance.com for some mistakes to avoid while preparing
your pantry stockpiles and share your own mistakes in the
comment section below to help others improve their preps!
15 Tips to Stay Comfortable During a Winter Power Outage
Backdoor Survival - As recent events at my home have proven,
Mother Nature can strike at any time, setting you off guard and
making you thankful for all of your carefully laid emergency
Maryland dog dies after receiving flu vaccine
The Gazette - A dog that was vaccinated against the dog flu has
died, and her owners and veterinarian think the inoculation
could be at fault.... Dr. Leslie Taylor of the Canal Clinic in
Potomac said she believed it was likely that the flu vaccine
triggered an autoimmune reaction that led to Honey’s death.
- November 15, 2013 - Today In History:
1777 - The Continental Congress approved the Articles of
Confederation, precursor to the U.S. Constitution.
1806 - Explorer Zebulon Pike spotted the mountaintop that became
known as Pikes Peak.
1920 - The League of Nations met for the first time in Geneva,
1926 - The National Broadcasting Co. (NBC) debuted with a radio
network of 24 stations. The first network radio broadcast was a
1939 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt laid the cornerstone of
the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC.
1940 - The first 75,000 men were called to Armed Forces duty
under peacetime conscription.
1965 - The Soviet probe, Venera 3, was launched from Baikonur,
Kazakhstan. On March 1, 1966, it became the first unmanned
spacecraft to reach the surface of another planet when it
crashed on Venus.
1966 - The flight of Gemini 12 ended successfully as astronauts
James A. Lovell and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. splashed down safely
in the Atlantic Ocean.
1969 - In Washington, DC, a quarter of a million protesters
staged a peaceful demonstration against the Vietnam War.
1986 - Ivan F. Boesky, reputed to be the highest-paid person on
Wall Street, faced penalties of $100 million for insider stock
trading. It was the highest penalty ever imposed by the SEC.
1993 - A judge in Mineola, NY, sentenced Joey Buttafuoco to six
months in jail for the statutory rape of Amy Fisher. Fisher was
serving a prison sentence for shooting and wounding Buttafuoco's
wife, Mary Jo.
1995 - Texaco agreed to pay $176 million to settle a
1999 - Representatives from China and the U.S. signed a major
trade agreement that involved China's membership in the World
Trade Organization (WTO).
2005 - In Amiens, France, Isabelle Dinoire became the first
person to undergo a partial face transplant. She had been
attacked by a dog earlier in the year.
Syria team to visit Russia over Geneva 2
Press TV - Syrian government is scheduled to send a delegation to Moscow
for talks with Russian officials regarding the long-awaited
international peace conference on the Syrian crisis, known as Geneva 2
US may free ‘tiny’ part of Iran assets
Press TV - US Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington may release
only “a tiny portion” of Iranian assets frozen in bank accounts across
the world in the event of an agreement on Iran’s nuclear energy.
VIDEO: Israel speeds up illegal West Bank park project
Press TV - Israel has sped up a controversial park project between two
Palestinian villages in the occupied West Bank, near East al-Quds
(Jerusalem).... Tel Aviv claims the park is aimed at preserving the
environment, but Israeli media have quoted an employee of Israel’s
Nature and Parks Authority as saying that the project's real aim is to
block Palestinian construction in the area.
Australia rejects raising debt ceiling, hopes to avoid America-style
RT - Australia’s upper house rejected a proposal to raise the debt
ceiling to AU$500 billion ($465 billion), which if not resolved by
December 12, could send the country into a US shutdown scenario.
Greek civil servants protest job cuts
Press TV - Greek civil servants have taken to the streets to protest
further job cuts required for the country to continue receiving
international bailout loans.
Bird flu strain infects human for 1st time
AP - A strain of bird flu that scientists thought could not infect
people has shown up in a Taiwanese woman... On a more hopeful front, two
pharmaceuticals separately reported encouraging results from human tests
of a possible vaccine against a different type of bird flu that has been
spreading in China...
Obama Accused of ‘Crimes Against Humanity’
CBN News - According to Egyptian newspaper El Watan, a group of Egyptian
lawyers has submitted a complaint charging U.S. president Barrack
Hussein Obama with crimes against humanity at the International Criminal
Snowden released up to 200,000 documents to press – NSA chief
RT - Former CIA employee Edward Snowden divulged as many as 200,000
classified documents to the press, says NSA Director General Keith
Alexander. The spy chief said the data was leaked in such a way that it
did the “maximum damage” to the NSA and the USA.
Japanese government set to borrow additional $30 bn for Fukushima costs
(NaturalNews) The price tag for the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan
just jumped $30 billion. The Japanese government has recently announced
a new borrowing spree to increase cleanup funds of the dilapidated area
from $50 billion to $80 billion.
Some Fukushima fuel rods were damaged before 2011 catastrophe
RT - Three of the spent fuel assemblies that will be pulled from the
Fukushima nuclear plant during a year-long operation were damaged before
the 2011 earthquake and tsunami crippled the Japanese facility.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Senior Navy civilians investigated in alleged scheme to defraud
military for $1.6 million
Washington Post - Federal authorities are investigating three
senior Navy intelligence officials as part of a probe into an
alleged contracting scheme that charged the military $1.6
million for homemade firearm silencers that cost only $8,000 to
manufacture, court records show.
Obama changes signature healthcare plan after public backlash
RT - Facing public outrage over his signature 'Affordable care
act', US President Barack Obama announced major changes in the
healthcare plan that will allow millions of Americans who were
about to lose their cover to keep it for one more year.
Obamacare Down? Blame the Hackers
Kurt Nimmo - The Obama administration has gained a helping hand
from the Department of Homeland Security as it tries to explain
why HealthCare.gov is a mess. Government bureaucrats say they
are hot on the trail of hackers who reportedly engaged in
attacks against the crippled system. DHS officialdom, however,
said the attack failed.
Oregonians Opt Out
atr.org - In Oregon, where these trippy 9.9 million dollar ads
aired, zero people have signed up for Cover Oregon-- the state’s
$300 million dollar Obamacare exchange.... Insurance companies
in the state sent out 150,000 cancellation letters, increasing
demand, but people still aren’t buying what Cover Oregon is
selling: glitchy, government run healthcare.
$1 Billion TSA ‘Chat Down’ Program a Complete Failure
Paul Joseph Watson - The TSA’s $1 billion dollar ‘chat down’
program, where TSA screeners identify suspicious people and talk
to them, has been deemed a complete failure by a Government
Accountability Office investigation.
DHS Creates New Fusion Centers, Taking Control of Local Police
The New American - As the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
doles out billions of dollars to convince local police
departments to surrender control to the federal agency, a recent
report indicates that intelligence gathered at
precincts-cum-surveillance-centers will be shared among all
levels of law enforcement.
How The CIA Can Send A Drone After Any Mobile Phone
fastcompany.com - Since 2001, armed Predator drones have been
used by the CIA in many foreign nations to attack individuals on
the ground. There's a new revelation about them, too: In some
cases, the NSA helped the CIA find targets by locking onto their
powered-off mobile phones. Even when phones have their batteries
removed, it appears the NSA still has the ability to locate
Words to avoid using if you don't want the government spying on
mnn.com - If you use several of these hundreds of words (such as
'pork,' 'cloud,' 'wave' or 'smart'), there's a chance you might
get flagged by the government.
CNN Reports on Electromagnetic Pulse Weapons Almost 30 Years Ago
Activist Post - Imagine what they have now. Recent conflicts
seem to be fought with sticks and stones compared to what is
possible. If these weapons exist, it proves war is controlled
Flintstones theater because these weapons would end wars very
swiftly. Perpetual war is the goal of those who possess these
VIDEO: Howard Dean: I Wonder If Obama Has the 'Legal Authority
to Do This'
Weekly Standard - Former Democratic presidential candidate
Howard Dean questioned whether President Obama has the "legal
authority" to carry out the Obamacare fix the White House
AZ Schools Lock Students In, Break Fire Safety Laws
Activist Post - Some schools in Arizona are attempting to keep
bad guys out by locking students IN. In some districts in the
state, officials are putting up fences and gates – without
permits – but what they are doing to the school doors is far
more disturbing. The schools have been locking doors that would
be used in emergency evacuations, thus trapping students in the
building in the event of a fire or other life-threatening event.
SC Police Department Gets “U.N. Blue” Tank that is land mine &
Ben Swann - On Veterans Day, Columbia, South Carolina became the
latest of about 500 communities nationwide to add a military
grade armored vehicle to its police force. The para-military
vehicle with a “U.N. blue” custom paint job seats nine people,
has an armable turret, and costs $658,000.
NJ Christie Will Campaign Against Tea Party/Libertarians With
Ben Swann - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie recently won his
second term reelection with a wide margin over his challenger, a
democratic state senator. His “landslide victory”, as the
mainstream media call it, is deceptive. What the mainstream
hasn’t reported was that the race drew the lowest gubernatorial
voter turn out in history.
Scotiabank Warns "Yellen Has Ensured An Equity Market Crash Is
Zero Hedge - Yellen had to field several questions about
potential market bubbles, but she deflected them aggressively
saying that she did not believe that “bubble-like conditions”
existed. Basically, she has given the market the green light to
“melt-up”. The only question is how much higher will the Fed’s
‘gift’ drive prices?
Gold Trader: “Manufactured” Crash Imminent, Gold to Test June
Low Next Week As JPM Guns for $1,000
silverdoctors.com - “At least two big banks, I would say Goldman
Sachs, JP Morgan, maybe a big hedge fund…are trying to push gold
down to that support zone at around $1000. I think they’re
already short, and right now they’re letting the reversing
dollar do the work for them. I think gold tests the June low by
the middle of next week.
The Federal Reserve Is Monetizing A Staggering Amount Of U.S.
Economic Collapse - The Federal Reserve is creating hundreds of
billions of dollars out of thin air and using that money to buy
U.S. government debt and mortgage-backed securities and take
them out of circulation. Since the middle of 2008, these
purchases have caused the Fed's balance sheet to balloon from
under a trillion dollars to nearly four trillion dollars.
'Can I have my house back?' JPMorgan cancels Twitter Q&A after
receiving 'offensive' questions
RT - JPMorgan canceled a question-and-answer session on Twitter
Wednesday after receiving a barrage of critical questions
skewering the multinational banking company for legal problems,
foreclosure practices, and other ethical transgressions.
Woman faced foreclosure even after on-time payments
wral.com - Bank of America approved her for a trial loan
modification, which reduced the payment on her Raleigh home from
$1030 to $823 – a monthly savings of nearly $200. After being
approved for a permanent modification in April, she got a
foreclosure notice in July. Bank of America said she hadn’t been
paying her entire mortgage.
Panicked Iowans Fear Losing Power During Blackout Drill
Paul Joseph Watson - A drill centered around a national power
grid failure caused panic amongst some Iowans who feared they
would have their electricity cut off, forcing the City of Ames
Electric Services to announce that it is not participating in
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Strips Whistleblower Protection
Global Research - In sworn testimony in Monroe, Michigan, the
NRC admitted that it has stripped whistleblower protection from
the licensing of new nuclear power plants.
San Francisco families could be at risk of radiation poisoning -
Rt - A small island in the heart of San Francisco Bay could be a
major source of radiation and the young families that live there
may be at risk of poisoning, a new report from the California
Department of Health has concluded.
A Million Tons of Radioactive Debris Headed to West Coast from
Natural Society - A report details how over a million tons of
Fukushima debris could be 1,700 miles off the U.S. West coast.
Man and Woman Use Carrot Juice to Cure Stage 4 Cancer
Natural Society - This is the story about how a man and woman
'cured' their stage 4 cancers with only carrot juice. It took 5
lbs of carrots daily for months, but it worked.
Coffee Cuts Liver Cancer Risk by 40%
Natural Society - A study found that daily coffee consumption
cuts liver cancer risk by 40%. Drinking 3 cups daily reduces the
risk of liver cancer by more than 50%.
What Is The Deadliest Of All Vaccines According To The Data?
Prevent Disease - The standard DTP or DPT (diphtheria, pertussis
(whooping cough) and tetanus) vaccine is acknowledged to be the
deadliest of all vaccines, causing more disability, illness and
the highest risks, even exceeding MMR (measles, mumps and
Connecting the Dots: GMOs and Vaccines
Green Med Info - What do GMOs and vaccines have in common? You
may be surprised to learn how many overlapping issues they
share, and why both technologies should be scrutinized far more
The new statin drug scam: Half the doctors on the recommendation
panel have Big Pharma ties
(NaturalNews) This past Tuesday, the American Heart Association
and American College of Cardiology issued the first new
guidelines in a decade for preventing heart attacks and strokes
- guidelines which called for one-third of all adults to
consider taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs.
Improving Mood Naturally: 7 Natural ways to Release 'Feel-Good'
Natural Society - Want to experience a rush of happiness? Here
are 7 natural ways to improve mood and feel better.
Top 9 natural ways to heal the physical and psychological causes
(NaturalNews) Do you feel depressed, yet skeptical of
conventional treatment? As you pursue natural remedies for
depression, it is important to understand that depression has
both physical and psychological components. To be happy, healthy
and enthused about life, you must get both your mind and body
Five healthy vegetables you should be eating in winter
(NaturalNews) Winter is fast approaching. During the winter
months, your body needs extra vitamins and minerals to help
combat cold weather and illness and to maintain your good
Simple medical technique provides lifesaving protection during
and after an acute heart attack
(NaturalNews) As unconventional as it may seem, a new technique
called remote ischemic conditioning can reduce tissue damage
after a heart attack by 30 percent.
Homeland Security must disclose ‘Internet Kill Switch,’ court
Washington Times - The United States District Court for the
District of Columbia rejected the agency’s arguments that its
protocols surrounding an Internet kill switch were exempt from
public disclosure and ordered the agency to release the records
in 30 days. However, the court left the door open for the agency
to appeal the ruling.
Seattle Wi-Fi Spy Network Has NOT Been Deactivated
Paul Joseph Watson - Despite claims by the Seattle Police
Department that a wi-fi mesh network which had the capability to
store an individual’s last 1,000 locations via their cellphone
had been deactivated in response to a privacy outcry, the
network still appears to be active.
NSA Snooping Takes Down U.S. Computer Networking Business
Kurt Nimmo - It was only a matter of time before NSA
surveillance revelations began to take down the communications
infrastructure business. On Thursday, Cisco, the multinational
computer networking giant headquartered in Silicon Valley,
reported an unexpected 10 percent sales drop during the current
The Evolution of the Humanoid Robot Reaches New "Heights"
Activist Post - This is an update to the ongoing mission to
replace humans with robots.... In the age of computers, things
evolve exponentially. In just a few generations robots have gone
from a scientific fantasy, to a playful curiosity, to entering
the battlefield to replace and/or augment their human
More and more everyday people suddenly into 'prepping' for
(NaturalNews) It's not just "fringe" types and end-of-the-world
religious prognosticators; more and more "everyday people" are
sensing that something is wrong with their country and the
world, and are taking steps to prepare for turbulent times.
Mysterious New Interspecies Disease Hits Dog Kennels
Natural Blaze - Startling reports of a new deadly virus
infecting dogs have arisen in the media in the past month. It's
said to be highly contagious for dogs and can kill them in just
a few days. Currently, there's no viable veterinary treatment
available, because no one even knows entirely what this is yet
or how it spreads. Tests for it take weeks to get results, to no
avail for the pet who has it.
Never Ever Apply This to Your Cats (Not Even a Drop)... Can Kill
Dr. Becker - It's meant for dogs, so don't make the assumption
that "just a drop" won't hurt your cat. It can. Alarmingly, the
package warning is in tiny lettering. 4 family cats recently
lost their lives because of this mistake. Be forewarned...
YouTube: Will Work For Free (Full Documentary)
Will Work For Free is a documentary by Sam Vallely on the
subject of technological unemployment.
- November 14, 2013 - Today In History:
1832 - The first streetcar went into operation in New York City,
NY. The vehicle was horse-drawn and had room for 30 people.
1881 - Charles J. Guiteau's trial began for the assassination of
U.S. President Garfield. Guiteau was convicted and hanged the
1935 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed the
Philippine Islands a free commonwealth after its new
constitution was approved. The Tydings-McDuffie Act planned for
the Philippines to be completely independent by July 4, 1946.
1940 - During World War II, German war planes destroyed most of
the English town of Coventry when about 500 Luftwaffe bombers
1969 - Apollo 12 blasted off for the moon from Cape Kennedy, FL.
1969 - During the Vietnam War, Major General Bruno Arthur
Hochmuth, commander of the Third Marine Division, became the
first general to be killed in Vietnam by enemy fire.
1972 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the 1,000
(1,003.16) level for the first time.
1979 - U.S. President Carter froze all Iranian assets in the
United States and U.S. banks abroad in response to the taking of
63 American hostages at the U.S. embassy in Tehran, Iran.
1983 - The British government announced that U.S.-made cruise
missiles had arrived at the Greenham Common air base amid
1989 - The U.S. Navy ordered an unprecedented 48-hour stand-down
in the wake of a recent string of serious accidents.
1990 - Simon and Schuster announced it had dropped plans to
publish Bret Easton Ellis novel "American Psycho."
1991 - After 13 years in exile Cambodian Prince Norodom Sihanouk
returned to his homeland.
1994 - U.S. experts visited North Korea's main nuclear complex
for the first time under an accord that opened such sites to
1995 - The U.S. government instituted a partial shutdown,
closing national parks and museums while most government offices
operated with skeleton crews.
Kerry warns Congress against anti-Iran sanctions
PRESS TV - US Secretary of State John Kerry has warned Congress that any
new sanctions against Iran will be viewed as “bad faith” and can
“destroy the ability to” reach an agreement.
Netanyahu: ‘Bad deal’ with Iran will only lead to war
RT - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that lifting
sanctions on Iran without demanding sufficient concessions in return
will only encourage Tehran on its path to nuclear armament and lead to
'World should focus on Israel's nukes'
PRESS TV - A political commentator says the world should focus on
Israel’s nuclear weapons program and urge the five permanent members of
the United Nations Security Council to more speedily dismantle their
Poppy fields forever? Record opium output boosts Afghan warlords’ power
RT - Despite efforts to curb Afghan’s opium culture, cultivation has hit
record levels as NATO forces prepare to exit the country. The UN warned
warlords may be the biggest benefactor of the situation.
Russian lawmaker seeks to ban US dollar, predicts 2017 collapse
RT - To protect Russians against the “collapsing US debt pyramid”, a
Russian legislator has filed a draft bill to ban circulation of the
currency in Russia.
Secret Globalist Treaty Threatens Internet Freedom
Kurt Nimmo - Wikileaks has released a 95 page, 30,000 word document
spelling out details on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). The secret
globalist agreement will have a significant effect on a wide range of
issues including internet freedom, medicine, patents, and civil
liberties. The cabal will meet in Salt Lake, Utah, between November 19
Heartbreaking before and after photos show how Typhoon Haiyan flattened
entire city of Tacloban
Daily Mail - It was once a vibrant city, packed with neat rows of
colourful homes surrounded by lush green parks. But now all that remains
is a husk of Tacloban; the place that so many called home is now a grey
and barren wasteland after deadly Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines
city, crushing everything in its way.
Volcano in Indonesia displace 5,000
PRESS TV - “So far, 5,265 people have been evacuated from seven
villages," local government spokesman Robert Peranginangin said on
Wednesday, adding the number of evacuees is expected to rise.
Pentagon abandons plans to buy Russian helicopters amid Syria dispute
RT - The US is cancelling its plans to buy Russian helicopters for the
Afghan Air Force from state-owned exporter Rosoboronexport. It comes
amid pressure from US lawmakers over Russia’s arms deliveries to Syria,
according to a US senator.
Britain rejects EU watchdog plan to probe data-gathering practices -
RT - The UK has rejected a call from an EU watchdog to probe how
security agencies intercept metadata. Documents divulged by Edward
Snowden revealed the covert practices of British spy body GCHQ in what
has been described as “breach of fundamental rights.”
Ego building? NATO erects $1bn HQ as members slash military spending
RT - NATO is constructing a bold, new headquarters in Brussels, but the
$1 billion project is raising eyebrows at a time of economic hardship
and military spending cuts. It also suggests the Western military bloc
is here to stay.
NHK: Holes near bottom of containment vessel identified for first time
at Fukushima plant
ENENews - A camera on the robot captured images of water leaking from 2
holes in the containment vessel [...] TEPCO engineers [...] say one of
the leaks looks as if tap water is gushing out. Radiation levels in the
area were extremely high at 0.9 to 1.8 sieverts an hour. Engineers
suspect that damage to containment vessels at the No. 2 and 3 reactors
is also causing similar leaks [...]
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Seattle police deactivate surveillance system after public
RT - Police in Seattle, Washington have responded to a major
public outcry by disabling a recently discovered law enforcement
tool that critics said could be used to conduct sweeping
surveillance across the city.
School’s New Spy System Places Children Under Complete
Kit Daniels - In a stinging similarity to the telescreens of
1984, schoolchildren will soon be monitored in real-time through
surveillance sensors mounted inside the classrooms of a charter
school in Oakland, California.
House Republicans to try to impeach U.S. Attorney General Holder
(Reuters) - Republicans in the House of Representatives plan to
introduce articles of impeachment against Attorney General Eric
Holder on Thursday, in the hopes of removing a cabinet member
they say has lied to Congress as well as failed to uphold
White House releases disappointing Obamacare enrollment total:
Washington Times - The Obama administration said Wednesday that
roughly 106,000 Americans had enrolled in private health
coverage through Obamacare by selecting a plan during the first
month of activity, an expectedly low number of participants as
the White House scrambles to fix the overhaul’s main website.
Rand Paul Reveals Barack Obama Wrote The Regulation To Cancel
Your Insurance After Obamacare Passed!
silverdoctors.com - According to Senator Rand Paul, who spoke at
a luncheon in Charleston, South Carolina on Monday, November 11,
the President of the United States himself wrote the regulation
to cancel the health insurance of MILLIONS of Americans…3 months
after Obamacare was passed!
Americans 34 Times More Interested In Buying Guns Than Obamacare
Zero Hedge - It would appear that the National Instant Criminal
Background Check System (NICS) website – required when
purchasing a gun or explosive – is capable of handling large
volumes of users…
YouTube: Sen. Rand Paul Questions DHS Nominee Jeh Johnson
Sen. Rand Paul Nov 13, 2013.
Americans’ personal data shared with CIA, IRS, others in
McClatchy - U.S. agencies collected and shared the personal
information of thousands of Americans in an attempt to root out
untrustworthy federal workers that ended up scrutinizing people
who had no direct ties to the U.S. government and simply had
purchased certain books.
Federal Reserve Whistleblower Tells America The REAL Reason For
Activist Post - A banker named Andrew Huszar who helped manage
the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program during 2009
and 2010 is publicly apologizing for what he has done. He says
that quantitative easing has accomplished next to nothing for
the average person on the street. Instead, he says that it has
been "the greatest backdoor Wall Street bailout of all time."
U.S. TREASURY: Ramps Up the Zimbabwe Style Printing Press
silverdoctors.com - In just a few years, the U.S. Department of
Treasury Bureau of Engraving & Printing has substantially
increased the printing of its largest valued Federal Reserve
Note — the $100 bill. The United States is heading for a
hyperinflationary collapse. This will not be an economic event,
but rather a loss of faith in the Dollar — a statement repeated
by Jim Sinclair.
Army Veteran Recalls the Unforgettable Moment When a Judge Told
Him: ‘Your Time in Iraq Makes You a Threat to Society’
Breitbart - Army veteran Andrew Chambers recently shared the
story of how he was sentenced to ten years in prison after a
judge allegedly told him that his service in the Iraq war makes
him a “threat to society.” Video of his speech from prison for
TEDxMarionCorrectional’s TEDxTalks is now going viral after
being posted on Oct. 31.
Beware The Looming "Wave Of Disaster" From Home Equity Payment
Zero Hedge - The estimate is that $30 billion in home equity
lines will reset next year, $53 billion in 2015, and then
ultimately soaring to $111 billion in 2018 - a looming “wave of
disaster” because large numbers of borrowers will be unable to
handle the higher payments. This will force banks to either
foreclose, refinance the borrower or modify their loans.
VIDEO: Chemtrailing going on for decades
Planet Infowars - Also discussed in this one is the lithium
sprayed on us.
German scientists discover bacteria that make ice, clouds and
(NaturalNews) Scientists have discovered that a humble species
of bacteria may play a major role in producing planetary
climates by "seeding" clouds with ice-producing proteins.
Turmeric improves skin health, protects from UVB radiation
damage and aging, concludes Japanese study
(NaturalNews) The Holy Powder of India,
turmeric, is spreading its healing influence around the
world, blessing the open mind with its plethora of health
benefits. (It is a great brain-boosting, mood-enhancing
Sharp Rise In Prescription Drug Deaths When Studied By County
Natural Blaze - Drug poisoning is now the leading cause of
injury death in the U.S. and has increased by more than 300
percent over the last three decades. Almost 90 percent of
poisoning deaths can be attributed to illicit or licit drugs,
with prescription drugs accounting for the majority of drug
Dangerous Contamination in Vaccines Causes Sinking Profits for
Natural Blaze - Sanofi Pasteur, the world’s largest manufacturer
of vaccines, is currently facing serious troubles, as countries
around the world are scrutinizing Sanofi’s products and
practices. Recently, they have reported a massive third quarter
decline of $1.8 billion in vaccine sales.
So-Called Healthy Oils You Should Avoid?
Prevent Disease - When it comes to healthy edible oils,
mainstream nutritionists have been indoctrinated into a world of
misinformation. Most so-called healthy vegetable oils that claim
to be healthy may actually increase the risk of heart disease,
contrary to the cholesterol-lowering claims on food labels.
Buffaloberry May Be Next Super Fruit
Natural Blaze - A new study in the Journal of Food Science,
published by the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), found
that buffaloberries contain large amounts of lycopene and a
related acidic compound, methyl-lycopenoate, which are important
antioxidants and nutrients beneficial for human health.
How to effectively treat skin cancer
(NaturalNews) Staggering, but true, skin cancer is the most
common form of cancer - in the United States - costing over $3
billion for the 3 million plus people diagnosed - every year. In
fact, scientific papers reveal that, in the past three decades,
more people have gotten skin cancer than any other form of
Lose weight and stay healthy with pine nuts
(NaturalNews) Despite the name, pine nuts are actually not nuts
at all but the seeds of the pine cone. They have been a popular
source of nutrition since Paleolithic times and are used to add
delicious flavor and texture to pesto sauce. Six amazing health
benefits associated with pine nuts...
Raw foods alleviate PMS symptoms and shorten period duration
(NaturalNews) According to the American College of Obstetricians
and Gynecologists, at least 85% of menstruating women have at
least one PMS (premenstrual syndrome) symptom in conjunction
with their cycle. But Jessica, who adopted a raw food lifestyle,
is not one of these women.
Common Insecticides May Be Linked to Kids' Behavior Problems
Dr. Mercola - As a result, pyrethroids—synthetic chemicals
derived from natural chemicals found in chrysanthemums—have
risen in popularity over the past decade. There are currently
more than 3,500 commercial products containing this insecticide.
This includes items like roach sprays, flea bombs, and dog flea
or tick collars and medicated shampoos.
USDA to allow U.S. to be overrun with contaminated chicken from
(NaturalNews) The USDA has announced its intention to allow
China-grown chicken meat to be imported into the USA. "The U.S.
Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)
has announced that China is eligible to export processed, cooked
chicken to the United States," says
an official announcement on the USDA website.
How To Communicate If The U.S. Government Shuts Down The
libertynewsonline.com - Scenario: Your government is displeased
with the communication going on in your location and pulls the
plug on your internet access, most likely by telling the major
ISPs to turn off service.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Winter Is Near – Birds are Dear
Natural Blaze - ‘Tis the season of ice and snow rushing towards
us with giant steps. Birds are going to be in dire straits and
need our help again to make it through the barren and cold
winter months. When their food sources have disappeared or have
frozen, birds are no longer able to survive on their own. That’s
why they need our help. Here’s the support you can offer our
feathered friends in these trying times...
Action alert: Just 2 days left to help stop the FDA's regulatory
war on small, local farmers
(NaturalNews) You MUST submit your comments by Friday, November
15th. Furthermore, if you do not submit comments and you ever go
to court with the FDA over food safety issues on your farm, the
fact that you did not submit comments has been deemed by the
courts to automatically mean you have waived your rights to
disagree with the FDA's rules!
Man Successfully Sues Wife Over Ugly Children and Judge Orders
Wife to Pay $120,000
kineda.com - “I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we
had our first daughter, we began having marital issues,” he told
the Irish Times. “Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point
where it horrified me.”
November 13, 2013 - Today In History:
1775 - During the American Revolution, U.S. forces
1789 - Benjamin Franklin wrote a letter to a friend in which he
said, "In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except
death and taxes."
1927 - The Holland Tunnel opened to the public, providing access
between New York City and New Jersey beneath the Hudson River.
1942 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a measure
lowering the minimum draft age from 21 to 18.
1956 - The U.S. Supreme Court struck down laws calling for
racial segregation on public buses.
1971 - The U.S. spacecraft Mariner 9 became the first spacecraft
to orbit another planet, Mars.
1982 - The Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated in
1984 - A libel suit against Time, Inc. by former Israeli Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon went to trial in New York.
1986 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan publicly acknowledged that
the U.S. had sent "defensive weapons and spare parts" to Iran.
He denied that the shipments were sent to free hostages, but
that they had been sent to improve relations.
1997 - Iraq expelled six U.N. arms inspectors that were U.S.
1998 - Monica Lewinsky signed a deal with St. Martin's Press for
the North American rights to her story about her affair with
U.S. President Bill Clinton.
2001 - U.S. President George W. Bush signed an executive order
that would allow for military tribunals to try any foreigners
captured with connections to the terrorist attacks on the United
States on September 11, 2001. It was the first time since World
War II that a president had taken such action.
2009 - NASA announced that water had been discovered on the
moon. The discovery came from the planned impact on the moon of
the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS).
Netanyahu halts Israeli plans for new West Bank settler homes following
RT - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for his
housing minister to reconsider long-term plans to construct thousands of
new homes in the West Bank and in the contentious E1 area outside
Germany warns US facilities could be targeted in wake of NSA leaks
RT - Officials in Germany have cautioned authorities to prepare for
possible attacks against United States facilities overseas as
revelations continue to emerge about America’s secretive National
Tepco plans new draining ditch to divert any spills into No. 1 harbor
The Japan Times - The current channel drains into the sea outside the
plant’s man-made harbor, which is protected by breakwaters and its water
has been partially enclosed to contain radioactive discharges. The new
channel, to be completed by the end of March, will drain into the
harbor, Tepco said Monday.
Western warships, Japanese troops dispatched to aid ‘corpse-choked’
RT - The US and UK have dispatched warships to the typhoon-ravaged
Philippines to help facilitate relief efforts. Japan is also set to
deploy troops to the country to aid affected areas gruesomely described
as a corpse-choked wasteland.
‘Haiyan death toll around 2,500 so far’
Press TV - Filipino President Benigno Aquino says death toll from the
super Typhoon Haiyan is closer to 2,000 or 2,500 rather than the 10,000
"Weather Modification 101" = Dutchsinse video response to Dr. Mahar
Lagmay and ABS-CBN News
dutchsinse - Full video response to Dr. Mahar Lagmay and ABS-CBN
News.... Below, you will hear a “debunk” video from ABS-CBN News and
Doctor Mahar Lagmay, telling a series of half truths, mixed with
outright incorrect statements, which dominate this “conversation”
attempting to “debunk” the video I produced.
Philippines Typhoon linked to ‘Man-Made’ Microwave Pulses
21stcenturywire.com - In recent years, weather modification has been
forced into the spotlight by many independent investigators as well
those from scientific fields, including admissions by well-known
personalities in science. One such scientist who has acknowledged that
this technology exists is theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku…
Canada’s Harper Government Supports Covert Mercenary War on Syria, Funds
Al Qaeda Affiliated Rebels
Global Research - Unlike the United Kingdom, France, and the United
States, the Harper government has not openly armed the foreign-backed
mercenaries.... Actually the Prime Minister has been working, but mostly
behind the scenes, over the past thirty months for regime change in
Syria. His government’s efforts fall into the following six
Taxing the Sun: Spain's solar police to kick in your door
Blacklisted News - The latest nail in the coffin for Spain’s solar
energy producers is an Energy Law amendment which allows inspectors to
enter private properties without a court order. It's a move lawyers
believe could set a worrying precedent.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
The Obamacare Exchange Scorecard: Around 100,000 Enrollees And
Five Million Cancellations
Forbes - In the market for individually-purchased health
insurance, more than 4.8 million Americans have received notices
that their preexisting plans are soon to be illegal, and will be
cancelled. Many more cancellation notices are imminent.
Two More States Struggle With Disastrous Obamacare Rollouts
Newsmax - Oregon and Massachusetts are joining the ranks of
states with dismal prospects for enrollment in the Obamacare
health insurance exchanges. More than a month after Cover
Oregon's online enrollment was expected to begin, the system
still doesn't work and not one person has signed up, reports The
Congressional Approval at All-Time Low of 9 Percent
CNS News - Only nine percent of Americans approve of the job
Congress is doing - considered the lowest in Gallup’s history of
measuring congressional approval, according to a new poll
Former NSA Head Argues Government Secrecy Is The Same As
Steve Watson - In a debate with one of the leading reporters to
have been involved in the Edward Snowden leaks, former NSA head
Michael Hayden argued, ridiculously, that government secrecy is
akin to an individual’s private privacy, and so the American
public should not be privy to the actions of the NSA.
Soros-linked Group Pushes Sex to Sell Obamacare
Kurt Nimmo - A cabal of wealthy and influential Democrats, under
the cover a Colorado-based group called Progress Now, are
attempting to push Obamacare on young Americans through a
salacious propaganda campaign. “Got insurance?” an online ad
posted on the Thanks Obamacare campaign website inquires.
Sen. Hagan wants probe of health law website as her political
McClatchy - Sen. Kay Hagan said Tuesday that she wants federal
investigators to examine how contractors who were paid to create
the go-to site for the new health insurance law botched it.
Survey: NSA Stasi State Cows Journalists Into Self-censorhip
Kurt Nimmo - A survey conducted recently by the group and
published in a paper titled Chilling Effects: NSA Surveillance
Drives U.S. Writers to Self-Censor reveals that 85% of writers
“are worried about government surveillance of Americans, and 73%
of writers have never been as worried about privacy rights and
freedom of the press as they are today.”
Reporter fights ruling forcing her to reveal Aurora shooting
Aljazeera - New York's highest court began hearing arguments
Tuesday over whether state law protects a Fox News reporter from
being forced to reveal confidential police sources behind leaked
information about James Holmes, the accused killer of 12 people
in a suburban Denver movie theater. The decision could have an
impact on reporters in New York and nationwide.
Occupy Wall Street Protest
Occupy Wall Street activists buy $15m of Americans' personal
The Guardian - Rolling Jubilee, set up by Occupy's Strike Debt
group following the street protests that swept the world in
2011, launched on 15 November 2012. The group purchases personal
debt cheaply from banks before "abolishing" it, freeing
individuals from their bills. By purchasing the debt at
knockdown prices the group has managed to free $14,734,569.87 of
personal debt, mainly medical debt, spending only $400,000.
Grid EX II and the Impact of An EMP Attack On America
Dave Hodges - The following material is grim, very grim. Let me
get the dramatics out of the way in the very beginning. If a
nation-wide EMP attack ever takes place in America, given our
present level of preparedness, it will prove to be the most
cataclysmic event in human history.
House Voted to Get Banksters Back in the Derivatives Business
Kurt Nimmo - Wholesale destruction of U.S. economy may now
continue without interruption... H.R. 992, the Swaps Regulatory
Improvement Act, authored primarily by Citibank lobbyists, will
allow predatory Wall Street financial institutions to once again
engage in high-risk derivatives trading. Losses will be
socialized and paid for by the American taxpayer through the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or FDIC.
Federal Reserve Whistleblower Tells America The REAL Reason For
Economic Collapse - A banker named Andrew Huszar that helped
manage the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program during
2009 and 2010 is publicly apologizing for what he has done. He
says that quantitative easing has accomplished next to nothing
for the average person on the street. Instead, he says that it
has been "the greatest backdoor Wall Street bailout of all
Americans' Participation in Labor Force Hits 35-Year Low
CNS News - The percentage of American civilians 16 or older who
have a job or are actively seeking one dropped to a 35-year low
in October, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
This Inexpensive Omega-3 Source Can Protect Against Radiation
Natural Society - A study published in a recent issue of BioMed
Central Cancer and conducted by the Pearlman School of Medicine
at the University of Pennsylvania has once again revealed the
radiation protective properties of
flax seeds. The researchers noted that the protection
offered by flax seeds even included repair of tissues.
Daily Chocolate Therapy Recommended for Metabolic Syndrome
Green Med Info - People diagnosed with “metabolic syndrome” will
likely be advised to lose weight. To many that means no more
sweets, especially chocolate. But Australian researchers think a
daily dose of dark chocolate may be just what the doctor should
order. It might well reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke
in these high risk patients.
Three edible mushrooms with proven cancer-fighting properties
(NaturalNews) The healing properties of mushrooms have been
known for centuries. Traditional Chinese medicine, for instance,
has long recommended the consumption of certain edible mushrooms
to treat serious conditions such as diabetes and high blood
Worst Endocrine Disruptors Revealed, and They Could Be Raising
Your Family’s Cancer Risk
Dr. Mercola - Many common household chemicals are known as
endocrine disruptors, a number of which are found in plastic
products. These chemicals are similar in structure to natural
sex hormones such as estrogen, thereby interfering with their
4 Harmful Things Hiding in Your Meat
Natural Society - We know conventional meat is loaded with
antibiotics and hormones, but there is even more concern. Here
are 4 other things that could be tainting your meat...
Google Tracks Everything You Do, Even Offline
Activist Post - Google tracks everything you do, and they are
not limited to just tracking you online. The search giant is now
developing ways to track users across laptops, tablets and
smartphones. They can even follow you right down to the the
stores you visit and businesses you call from your mobile
The Link Between Sunspots, Global Cooling And Agenda 21
Activist Post - David Hathaway, head of solar physics research
at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Ala. has
spoken to the Wall Street Journal about the weakness of solar
cycle 24. I would say it is the weakest in 200 years.
Documents Reveal Seattle’s Secretive DHS Funded “Mesh Network”
Storyleak - Unknown to the public until now, information
regarding the system has been hiding in plain view since last
February at minimum. Exclusively revealed by Storyleak, diagrams
attached to a March 2012 proposal request (# DIT-2996), which
have since been approved, updated and finalized, are publicly
viewable at the Seattle.gov website.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
FDA Food-Safety Comments, Defending Family Farmers, Blocked:
Another Fed Website SNAFU
opednews.com - Family-farm and consumer advocates have been
working for weeks to ensure meaningful public comment on the
FDA's proposed food-safety rules. Now the government website
that serves as a portal for the public's comments on food safety
is offline, out-of-service, or even refusing to accept comments.
Year-Round Survival: $300 Underground Greenhouse Could Change
How we Eat
Natural Society - The “Walipini” is an underground greenhouse
developed for South American mountain regions over twenty years
ago. It was made to allow for edible plants to be grown
year-round, no matter how severe the winter got. It’s cheap,
simple, and could change everything.
Report: Montana Releases Map Of All Gun Owners
Mac Slavo - The State of Montana, inspired by the
recent release of home addresses of gun owners in
New York, has followed suit. Locations of firearms
throughout the state are marked in red...
- November 12, 2013 - Today In History:
1799 - Andrew Ellicott Douglass witnesses the Leonids meteor
shower from a ship off the Florida Keys.
1859 - The first flying trapeze act was performed by Jules
Leotard at Cirque Napoleon in Paris, France. He was also the
designer of the garment that is named after him.
1915 - Theodore W. Richards, of Harvard University, became the
first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry.
1918 - Austria and Czechoslovakia were declared independent
1921 - Representatives of nine nations gathered for the start of
the Washington Conference for Limitation of Armaments.
1927 - Joseph Stalin became the ruler of the Soviet Union. Leon
Trotsky was expelled from the Communist Party leading to Stalin
coming to power.
1944 - During World War II, the German battleship "Tirpitz" was
sunk off the coast of Norway.
1946 - The first drive-up banking facility opened at the
Exchange National Bank in Chicago, IL.
1948 - The war crimes tribunal sentenced Japanese Premier Hideki
Tojo and six other World War II Japanese leaders to death.
1954 - Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York Harbor,
closed after processing more than 20 million immigrants since
1979 - U.S. President Carter ordered a halt to all oil imports
from Iran in response to 63 Americans being taken hostage at the
U.S. embassy in Tehran, Iran on November 4.
1980 - The U.S. space probe Voyager I came within 77,000 miles
of Saturn while transmitting data back to Earth.
1985 - In Norfolk, VA, Arthur James Walker was sentenced to life
in prison for his role in a spy ring run by his brother, John A.
1987 - The American Medical Association issued a policy
statement that said it was unethical for a doctor to refuse to
treat someone solely because that person had AIDS or was
1991 - In the U.S., Robert Gates was sworn in as CIA director.
1997 - The UN Security Council imposed new sanctions on Iraq for
constraints being placed on UN arms inspectors.
1997 - Ramzi Yousef was found guilty of masterminding the 1993
bombing of the World Trade Center.
2001 - American Airlines flight 587 crashed just minutes after
take off from Kennedy Airport in New York. The Airbus A300
crashed into the Rockaway Beach section of Queens. All 260
people aboard were killed.
2001 - It was reported that the Northern Alliance had taken the
Kabul, Afghanistan, from the ruling Taliban. The Norther
Alliance at this point was reported to have control over most of
the northern areas of Afghanistan.
West to turn down Syria’s chemical weapons transport equipment request -
RT - Syria’s request for military transport equipment to move chemical
weapons materials out of the country will be reportedly turned down by
the West as the desired hardware could potentially be used against the
rebels, according to a media report.
Devastating US-EU trade pact would make genocide a legitimate business
RT - The United States and the European Union are negotiating a
free-trade agreement they hail as mutually beneficial but in actuality
would allow corporations to supersede countries’ sovereignty and legal
framework, says Max Keiser of RT’s The Keiser Report.
European Commission chief: French tax policy has 'reached limits of
Raw Story - France’s fiscal policy has “reached the limits of
acceptability”, with high company taxes weighing on growth, the head of
the European Commission told French television late Monday.
Cyber attack 'war game' to test London banks
(Reuters) - Thousands of staff across dozens of London's financial firms
will be put through a "war game" scenario on Tuesday to test how well
they can handle a major cyber attack. In one of the largest exercises of
its kind in the world, the test dubbed "Waking Shark II" will bombard
firms with a series of announcements and scenarios, such as a major
attack on computer systems hitting stock exchanges and unfolding on
Stuxnet Infected Russian Nuclear Plant, International Space Station,
Techweekeurope - Stuxnet, the cyber-weapon allegedly created by the US
and Israel government forces to take out uranium processing centrifuges
in Iran, also infected a Russian nuclear plant and even reached the
International Space Station, claimed Eugene Kaspersky in a keynote at a
National Press Club of Australia meeting.
Anonymous factions threaten cyber-war on one another over anti-NSA hacks
RT - Hackers affiliated with the Anonymous Australia collective have
posted a video warning their counterparts in Indonesia that if they do
not stop infiltrating private Aussie web sites the two factions could
engage in an all-out cyber-war.
Death, hunger and looting: Typhoon-ravaged Philippines declares state of
RT - In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, which left thousands dead and many
more displaced and survivors battling for survival amid devastation and
chaos, the Philippines has declared a state of national calamity to help
restore order to the reeling nation.
VIDEO: 1000s rally against Egypt military rule
Press TV - Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in
different parts of Egypt, calling for an end to the military rule, as
well as the reinstatement of ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
3 Afghans killed in US assassination drone strike
Press TV - The victims of the latest US air raid were said to be the
members of the Taliban militant group, though Taliban have yet to
comment on the report. At least 18 people were also killed in an
airstrike carried out by US-led forces in the Arghandab district of the
southern province of Zabul on November 9.
Despite repeated warnings, US ‘subsidizing’ Afghan companies with ties
to terrorism - report
RT - American taxpayers have unwittingly paid more than $150 million to
companies throughout the Middle East that are known to have helped
finance terrorist attacks on US soldiers stationed in Afghanistan,
according to a new internal US government report.
What crisis? Billionaires’ fortunes double since 2009
RT - Amid talk of austerity measures, lost jobs and slashed wages, the
super-rich seem super-resistant, with their wealth doubling since the
financial crisis, adding $226 billion to their wealth in the last year
4.8 quake hits typhoon-ravaged Philippines
RT - A 4.8 magnitude earthquake has hit the Philippines island of Bohol
just days after a powerful typhoon left thousands dead in the Pacific
Breakdown: “It’s Like The End of The World… People Are Walking Like
Zombies Looking for Food” *Video*
Mac Slavo - Destitution, death, looting, mob rule, and a complete
breakdown of law & order. That’s what’s happening in the aftermath of
Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and it’s yet another stark example of
what any post-disaster environment will look like, whether it’s in a
third world nation or the United States of America.
‘Haiyan-triggered rains hit China, 6 die’
Press TV - Torrential rains triggered by super typhoon Haiyan has hit
China’s southern Guangxi Zhuang region and Hainan province, claiming at
least six lives, reports say.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
CIA warily watches for threats to U.S. now that 87 nations
Washington Times - The U.S., Britain and Israel are the only
nations to have fired missiles from remote-controlled drones,
but the proliferation of unmanned aerial vehicles has become so
prevalent that U.S. intelligence sources and private analysts
say it is merely a matter of time before other countries use the
The Big UAV/UAS Manufacturer List
PDXDrones - There are hundreds, if not thousands of Drone
manufacturers around the world, with new ventures springing up
every day. This page attempts to chronicle as many of them as
possible by geographic area.
Congress Overrules Pentagon to Fund Northrop Grumman Drones
AllGov - Weapons maker Northrop Grumman (2012 revenues: $25.218
billion) made it rain on Congress to the tune of $31 million in
lobbying spending since the beginning of 2012, and in return
Congress has passed legislation ordering the Air Force to
purchase the arms maker’s RQ-4 Global Hawk, a high-altitude
surveillance drone the military canceled nearly two years ago.
12 Companies Cashing In On Drones
Huffington Post 3/11/2013 - Despite this debate, there’s money
to be made in manufacturing drones. The U.S. military spent
about $3 billion on drone programs last year, according to the
Wall Street Journal.
Newest drone to fly, swim and drive during missions (VIDEO)
RT - Move over, lightweight flying robots! The drone of the
future is currently being developed at a government lab, and if
all goes as planned it will do much more than just soar through
the sky on its own.
Demand for Doctors Around Valley Expected to Worsen
8 News NOW - For many, it's already difficult to get face time
with your primary care physician. If you think now is bad, the
demand for doctors around southern Nevada is only expected to
Three 20-year-old Programmers Build A Working Obamacare Website
In Just Days
Daily Mail - While the Obamacare website still remains broken,
three 20-year-old programmers have shown the government how it
should be done. Ning Liang, George Kalogeropoulos and Michael
Wasser developed a site in matter of days - and it does things
the expensive and faltering healthcare.gov can't do.
VIDEO: In North Dakota, 30 People Sign Up For Obamacare And
35,000 Lose Health Insurance
Liberty Crier - In North Dakota, only 30 people have so far
signed up for Obamacare. Meanwhile, 35,000 people have already
or will be losing their existing health insurance plans in that
state alone. WDAY reports...
Texas Obamacare Nullification Signatures Delivered To 150 State
Reps, California And Florida Up Next
Liberty Crier - The Liberty Crier has collected over fifteen
thousand signatures to fight Obamacare to date and we’re hoping
that with your help we can make that number grow much larger.
Even if just a few states Nullify Obamacare it will be the foot
in the door of resistance we need to bring the whole healthcare
Obama using food-stamp cash to fund Michelle's 'Let's Move'
NY Post - On Nov. 1, sizable cuts were gouged into the federal
food-stamp program (or, as it’s now called, SNAP, Supplemental
Nutrition Assistance Program), which feeds 47.6 million people,
or nearly one in six Americans.... But news has spread among the
poor, like leafy green vegetables, that it wasn’t heartless
Republicans who triggered the cuts.
American Liberty at the Crossroads: Do We Sit By and Watch, or
Do We Show Up and Fight?
SurvivalBlog.com - Unless we individually and collectively
develop some backbone, right quick, then it will be too late.
The chains will be too solidly forged. The web of surveillance
will be too complete. And the cross-correlated list of
malcontents will be small and easy to round up. Unless we get
active politically and forcefully stand up to tyranny, then
we'll become outnumbered.
US Airspace To Crawl With 7,500 Drones In 5 Years
Zero Hedge - The chief of the Federal Aviation Administration
predicted Thursday that U.S. airspace could be crowded with as
many as 7,500 commercial drones within the next five years.
DHS Funds Installation of White Boxes That Can Track Population
of Entire City
Paul Joseph Watson - Strange new off-white boxes popping up in
downtown Seattle use wi-fi networks that can record the last
1,000 locations of a person using their cellphone’s MAC address,
but the Department of Homeland Security – which funded the
network to the tune of $2.7 million dollars – has refused to
address the nightmare privacy implications of a system that
could lead to the permanent tracking of an entire city’s
NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, Who Protected Big Banks By
Leading Occupy Movement Crackdown, Is In Talks For 7-Figure
Salary Job At JP Morgan
NY Post - NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, unwanted by Mayor-elect
Bill de Blasio, is in the running for a top security job at
JPMorgan Chase, sources at the financial giant told The Post.
The position would include overseeing the firm’s cyber-security,
according to people familiar with the negotiations.
Amazon Is Closer Than Ever to Running the U.S. Postal Service
Wired - In Los Angeles and New York, Amazon Prime customers can
now get orders delivered on Sunday by the U.S. Postal Service.
The company says it plans to roll out the Sunday option much
more widely in 2014, with Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, and
Phoenix among the cities next on the list.
Meet One Of The Victims Of Obama’s “Economic Recovery”
Economic Collapse - Have you ever cried yourself to sleep
because you had no idea how you were going to pay the bills even
though you were working as hard as you possibly could? You are
about to hear from a single mother that has been there.
Homeless Man Loses Benefits For Not Reporting As Income Money
Activist Post - New Jersey man who was previously homeless, has
been denied Medicaid and General Assistance by the Hackensack
Human Services through December 31.
Radioactive leak found in reactor at S. Carolina nuclear plant,
one of the largest in US
RT - A reactor at one of the nation’s largest nuclear power
plants has been taken offline due to a radioactive leak within a
containment building. "Out of an abundance of caution,” service
was temporarily removed from Unit 1 at the Oconee Nuclear
Station in western South Carolina early Monday, according to ONS
spokeswoman B.J. Gatten.
Geoengineering to reduce climate change could adversely affect
rainfall, scientists report
(NaturalNews) Studies now reveal that many unintended
consequences come from geoengineering, including mini-droughts,
reduced monsoonal rainfall across several continents and
depleted ozone levels.
Natural Immunity: 8+ Natural Antibiotics to Replace the
Pharmaceuticals for Good
Natural Society - Worried about getting sick? Instead of turning
to antibiotics, here are 8+ foods which harness natural
antibiotic properties to boost your immune system.
What Science Says About Getting A Flu Shot
Green Med Info - The information contained here was not gathered
from internet websites or blogs. It came from peer-reviewed
literature written by scientists with the best credentials for
commenting on the topic.
How Roundup Weedkiller Can Promote Cancer, New Study Reveals
Green Med Info - Researchers from the Indian Institute of
Toxicology Research have recently confirmed the carcinogenic
potential of Roundup herbicide using human skin cells (HaCaT )
exposed to extremely low concentrations of the world's best
Cooking with Roses: How to Use Rose Petals, Leaves and Hips
Mother Earth News - Rose hips contain a whopping 2000 mg of
vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit. That vitamin content goes down
some if you expose the rose hips to heat while you are making
jam or tea, but enough remains to boost your C intake. If you
want to preserve as much of the vitamin content as possible, try
making infused rose hip vinegar (recipe below) with the raw
Warm Lemon Water: A Natural Diuretic and Toxin Remover
Natural Society - A simple age-old remedy of drinking hot lemon
water can not only help you fit into your pants more easily, but
will also naturally cleanse the blood, kidneys, bladder, and
other organs so that your body can more easily eliminate toxins
from the body.
Astaxanthin found to reduce oxidation, DNA damage and liver
(NaturalNews) A study conducted by researchers from India's
National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research
found that astaxanthin not only can reduce oxidation of the
liver but can actually prevent DNA damage and the early stages
of liver cancer development.
Research proves chlorella has antioxidative effects, 'should be
included as a key component of a healthy diet'
(NaturalNews) In addition to its disease-fighting and
nutritional benefits, research shows that chlorella is a
powerful antioxidant that even boosts immune system function in
healthy people.... Studies have shown that it can alleviate high
cholesterol, abnormal blood fat levels, high blood pressure and
abnormal blood sugar.
The health benefits of acai berry
(NaturalNews) Acai berries are extraordinarily rich in
antioxidants and have a very high ORAC score (Oxygen Radical
Absorbency Capacity) that is far superior to any other form of
fruit that has been officially tested and categorized. It is
also rich in key B vitamins, electrolytes and trace minerals
that are necessary for reducing inflammation and improving
FDA: Many common cooking spices may contain bug parts, rodent
(NaturalNews) Entitled "Pathogens and Filth in Spices," the
report alleges that up to 12 percent of all U.S. spice imports
may contain hidden insect filth, while up to 7 percent may
contain bacterial contaminants, an obvious push by the agency to
further legitimize irradiating cooking spices.
Vaccine fraud exposed: Measles and mumps making a huge comeback
because vaccines are designed to fail, say Merck virologists
(NaturalNews) Measles and mumps are making a huge comeback in
the United States, but doctors and journalists all make the same
critical error in understanding why. They blame "parents who
don't vaccinate their kids" as the cause, but the real cause --
as revealed by whistleblowing scientists working for top vaccine
manufacturers -- is that measles and mumps vaccines are designed
to fail from the start.
Seattle Police Department Has Network That Can Track All Wi-Fi Enabled
Raw Story - The network is not yet turned on, according to Seattle
Police, but once it is, it will be able to determine the IP address,
device type, downloaded applications, current location, and historical
location of any device that searches for a Wi-Fi signal. The network is
capable of storing that information for the previous 1,000 times a
particular device attempted to access a Wi-Fi signal.
- November 11, 2013 - Today In History: Veterans Day!!!
1620 - The Mayflower Compact was signed by the 41 men on the Mayflower
when they landed in what is now Provincetown Harbor near Cape Cod. The
compact called for "just and equal laws."
1831 - Nat Turner, a slave and educated minister, was hanged in
Jerusalem, VA, after inciting a violent slave uprising.
1887 - Labor Activists were hanged in Illinois after being convicted of
being connected to a bombing that killed eight police officers.
1889 - Washington became the 42nd state of the United States.
1918 - World War I came to an end when the Allies and Germany signed an
armistice. This day became recognized as Veteran's Day in the United
1918 - Poland was reestablished shortly after the surrender of Germany.
1921 - The Tomb of the Unknowns was dedicated at Arlington Cemetery in
Virginia by U.S. President Harding.
1938 - Kate Smith first sang Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" on
1940 - The Jeep made its debut.
1942 - During World War II, Germany completed its occupation of France.
1966 - The U.S. launched Gemini 12 from Cape Kennedy, FL. The craft
circled the Earth 59 times before returning.
1972 - The U.S. Army turned over its base at Long Bihn to the South
Vietnamese army. The event symbolized the end of direct involvement in
the Vietnam War by the U.S. military.
1975 - Civil war broke out when Angola gained independence from
1981 - The U.S.S. Ohio was commissioned at the Electric Boat Division in
Groton, CT. It was the first Trident class submarine.
1984 - The Reverend Martin Luther King Sr. died in Atlanta at age 84.
1984 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan accepted the Vietnam Veterans
Memorial as a gift to the nation from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
1991 - The U.S. stationed its first diplomat in Cambodia in 16 years to
help the nation arrange democratic elections.
1992 - Russian President Boris Yeltsin told U.S. senators in a letter
that Americans had been held in prison camps after World War II. Some
were "summarily executed," but others were still living in his country
1992 - The Church of England voted to ordain women as priests.
1993 - In Washington, DC, the Vietnam Women's Memorial was dedicated to
honor the more than 11,000 women who had served in the Vietnam War.
1998 - Israel's Cabinet ratified a land-for-peace agreement with the
2002 - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates pledged $100 million to fight AIDS
Syrian opposition agrees to attend Geneva talks with preconditions – SNC
RT - The Western-backed Syrian opposition group has agreed to
participate international peace talks, outlining conditions that must be
met before they attend in Geneva, the group said in a statement.
US and Israel lose UNESCO voting rights
Aljazeera - UNESCO has suspended the voting rights of the United States,
two years after it stopped paying dues to the UN's cultural arm in
protest over its granting full membership to the Palestinians, according
to a UNESCO source.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger to face MPs over Edward Snowden
The Independent - MPs are to question the editor of the Guardian about
the publication of secret files leaked by Edward Snowden. Secret service
chiefs have claimed the leaks damaged Britain’s ability to foil plots
because terrorists have changed the way they operate after learning how
to thwart eavesdropping.
GCHQ spoofed LinkedIn site to target global mobile traffic exchange and
OPEC – report
RT - The UK’s electronic spying agency has been using spoof version of
LinkedIn professional social network's website to target global roaming
data exchange companies as well as top management employees in the OPEC
oil cartel, according to Der Spiegel report.
10,000 feared killed in Philippines by super typhoon Haiyan (PHOTOS,
RT - An estimated 10,000 people might have been killed in the central
Philippine province of Leyte alone, which was almost completely
destroyed by the powerful typhoon Haiyan, local authorities said.
Libyan separatists take over oil exports as PM warns of foreign
RT - A separatist Libyan region has announced an establishment of an
independent oil company after taking over several commercial sea ports.
As Tripoli struggles to regain control, the PM has warned of foreign
intervention unless central govt rule restored.
DoD priorities revealed
Defence Web - Enhancing the Reserve force, building up the South African
Army and strengthening peacekeeping capacity are some of the Department
of Defence’s main priorities, according to its annual report.
Hagel directs military to help Philippine relief effort
McClatchy - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has directed the U.S. Pacific
Command to support U.S. humanitarian relief operations in the
Philippines after one of the most powerful storms ever devastated the
North Korea 'executes 80 people for watching foreign films
The Independent - Watching films or television from capitalist countries
– especially South Korea - is a serious offence in North Korea, but
despite the risk of execution, shows like Desperate Housewives from the
US have acquired a large following.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
GridEx II 2013: Simulations for Power and Control
The Government Rag - This exercise involves the cooperation of
the U.S., Mexico, and Canada. Simulations of physical and cyber
attacks on the power grid could occur during this exercise.
These dates also coincide with another first time ever joint
humanitarian/disaster relief exercise with the U.S. Army and the
Communist Peoples Republic of China Army.
Costly ‘technological marvel’: US Navy christens new class $13bn
Rt - The US Navy has christened the first of a new class of
nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, the 13-billion-dollar USS
Gerald R. Ford. The ship, hailed as the most technologically
advanced ever built, is expected to join the fleet in 2016.
Chinese troops will have boots on the ground in Hawaii on
Canada Free Press - The New York Times reported on GridEx 2’s
massive, Nov. 13-14 drill on August 16, but never mentioned the
participation of the Peoples Republic of China’s Army. China’s
Xinhua Agencies kicked in on November 6 reporting that American
and Chinese soldiers will train together in the November
IRS Advises of Power Outage Ahead of Grid Ex Electricity Drill
Activist Post - Speculation abounds about the coming power grid
drills, and a recent alert issued by the IRS.gov web site isn’t
helping quell fears. The following message has appeared on at
least 50 pages of the IRS.gov web site within the last 48 hours,
though the alert is not being displayed on most areas of the
Lawmakers Push to Impeach Disgraced Attorney General Holder
New American - According to media reports, the bid to force
Holder out of power, if successful, would represent the second
impeachment of a cabinet member in American history. Meanwhile,
the movement to impeach Obama himself is growing stronger by the
day as well — both in Congress and among everyday Americans.
Homeland Security Dept. Continues to Fight Disclosure of Where
it Flies Drones
AllGov - Disclosure of more information could allow someone to
“piece together the locations” where agency drones “operate or
do not operate,” DHS lawyers argued in a brief filed with the
court. “This would present a serious threat to future law
enforcement investigations and would risk circumvention of the
law,” they further argued.
Obamacare’s Biggest Failure So Far: Just 18% Of Uninsured Have
Expressed An Interest In Enrolling
Zero Hedge - Sadly, this last nail in Obamacare's coffin, has
just been confirmed with a just released Gallup poll which found
that a tiny 18% of uninsured Americans - the primary target
population for the exchanges - have so far attempted to even
visit an exchange website.
Seniors lose insurance and doctors under Obamacare
Daily Caller - Currently, 74,000 Garden State residents are
enrolled in Blue Cross Blue Shield Medicare Advantage. Nearly
half have zero-premium plans. But in 2014, New Jersey Horizon
Blue Cross Blue Shield is eliminating all zero-premium plans
with prescription drug coverage and all but two of its other
plans with monthly fees.
DMV Official Pleads Guilty to Giving Driver's Licenses to
Hundreds of Illegals...
Breitbart - Three people in Virginia, including a DMV employee,
pleaded guilty this week to conspiring to get state IDs or
driver's licenses for at least 300 illegal immigrants.
Repeal of “Stand-Your-Ground” voted down in Florida House
legalinsurrection.com - Last evening [Nov 9, 2013] the Florida
House conducted a public hearing, judiciary committee debate,
and committee vote on HB-4003, which would have done away with
Florida’s Stand-Your-Ground law by repealing Florida statute
776.013. Home protection; use of deadly force; presumption of
fear of death or great bodily harm.
VIDEO: Ron Paul: Welcome to My New Website
ronpaulmd.com - When I was thinking of the URL for my new
personal homepage, I considered many possibilities. Thanks also
to all those who sent other suggestions. But I settled on
RonPaulMD.com as reflecting a very important area of my life....
Massachusetts Moves To Inspect Gun Owners’ Homes
Kurt Nimmo - In Massachusetts, a bureaucrat wants police to
enter private residences and “safeguard” guns under the pretense
that violating the Constitution will be good for the children.
Bloomberg employees claim company is self-censoring to keep
theverge.com - Four staffers for news service Bloomberg have
alleged to The New York Times that the company has held back a
damning investigation into a wealthy Chinese billionaire's ties
to the government, fearing the story could lead to Bloomberg's
eviction from the country.
Colorado College Job Application Features The Word ‘Queer’
CBS News - A word on job applications at Colorado College has
sparked a controversy. The word “queer” appears in the voluntary
gender section responses of the applications and the private
school in Colorado Springs stands by the wording.
Identity Thieves Get $4 Billion in Tax Refunds
atr.org - The inspector general’s report will attempt to assuage
concerns by noting that last year they prevented $12 billion in
fraudulent tax refunds from going to identity thieves. But what
will be buried in a foot note is the fact that the amount
refunded to identity thieves increased by $400,000 million from
Stunning 90 Tons Of Paper Gold Used To Smash Gold Market
King World News - On the heels of continued volatility in global
markets, a 42-year market veteran told King World News that a
stunning “90 tons” of paper gold selling was used to create the
smash in the gold market today.
10 Facts About The Growing Unemployment Crisis In America That
Will Blow Your Mind
Economic Collapse - Did you know that there are more than 102
million working age Americans that do not have a job? Yes, I
know that number sounds absolutely crazy, but it is true. Right
now, there are more than 11 million Americans that are
considered to be "officially unemployed", and there are more
than 91 million Americans that are not employed and that are
considered to be "not in the labor force".
Veterans Day: Discounts and Freebies
Military.com - The following is a list of nearly 100 Veterans
Day discounts on goods, services and dining for 2013. Please
check back frequently as the list is updated. Check them out...
Remember Armistice Day With Shane
ronpaulinstitute.org - Despite what they might say, today,
November 11th, is Armistice Day. It is a day meant to be
grateful for the end of a horrific war and the supposed end of
wars. A day to pause and reflect on the horrors of an entire
continent, an entire civiliztation destroyed by the madness of
war. To mourn the dead, the senseless slaughter. It was not
meant as it has become, a grotesque celebration and
glorification of war.
Final Toast to WWII Doolittle Raiders: 'Rest in Peace'
Breitbart - Known as the Doolittle Raiders, the 80 men who
risked their lives on a World War II bombing mission on Japan
after the attack on Pearl Harbor were toasted one last time by
their surviving comrades and honored with a Veterans Day weekend
of fanfare shared by thousands.
After this year, we mourn in private
Veterans Today - Harry Leslie Smith is 91 years old. He lived
through his teens during the Great Depression which in working
class England was worse than here, served with the the RAF in
WWII and has worked for causes of economic, social and political
justice since. He’s still going at it...
Veterans routinely given psychiatric drugs even without
diagnosis of mental disorder
(NaturalNews) A major indicator of the deteriorating quality of
conventional medical care in the U.S. is its growing reliance on
pharmaceutical drugs as a catch-all for pain and disease
management. And a new study published in the American Journal of
Geriatric Psychiatry shows that this dire situation is only
worsening, as many conventional doctors are no longer even
properly diagnosing patients but instead just handing out
medications willy-nilly in order to get patients out the door.
U.S. seeks $864 million from Bank of America after fraud verdict
stopforeclosurefraud.com - So I wonder what exactly constitutes
criminal behavior for the Department of inJustice? This only
send one clear message and that is Fraud has a price as long as
you’re able to pay the fine. Make $1 Billion and pay $1 Million
Wind Turbines Blamed in Deaths of 600,000 Bats in 2012
Breitbart - Bats, which play an important role in the ecosystem
as insect-eaters, are killed at wind turbines not only by
collisions with moving turbine blades but also by the trauma
resulting from sudden changes in air pressure that occur near a
fast-moving blade, the study said.
Massive Fireball Roars Through Suburban Power Lines, Blows Out
Mac Slavo - If you’ve ever wondered what a massive electrical
surge from an electro-magnetic pulse weapon, solar flare or
cyber attack might look like, then take a look at this footage
shot in Montreal. In this instance the surge caused a cascading
electrical outage across one neighborhood. Imagine what such an
event would look like across the entire national power grid.
“It Is Not a Matter of If, but When the Lights Go Out”
Activist Post - The evidence is mounting by the day. The United
States is on the verge of a power grid failure. It seems that
everyone in the “club” knows this fact except for you and me.
Who could forget when George Carlin once reminded us that, “we
ain’t in the ____ club”. Maybe we should pay attention to what
the members of the “club” are saying.
Flu Vaccine Reactions From the Same Gelatin in Gummy Bears
Activist Post - The American College of Allergy, Asthma and
Immunology (ACAAI) reported at its Baltimore, Maryland, meeting
early in November 2013, a case report notes that individuals
with a gelatin allergy can have a mild to severe reaction from
the [flu] shot. Severe reactions can include anaphylaxis, which
can result in death!
Sodium bicarbonate therapy cures cancer
(NaturalHealth365) When taken orally with water, especially
water with high magnesium content, and when used transdermally
in medicinal baths, baking soda becomes a first-line medicinal
for the treatment of cancer, kidney disease, diabetes, influenza
and even the common cold.
Beyond Liver Health: Dandelion has Serious Anti-Cancer
Natural Society - Doctors noticed that patients drinking
dandelion tea were getting better. The tea helped reverse
Eating Sesame Seeds Superior To Tylenol for Knee Arthritis
Green Med Info - A remarkable new study published in the
International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases confirms that food
is not only medicine, but sometimes superior to it.
11 Potassium-Rich Foods: Lower Blood Pressure, Boost the Heart
Natural Society - Eating potassium-rich foods can lower blood
pressure and boost heart health. Here are 11 foods rich in
Fennel’s Top 4 Health Benefits, Plus Some Fun Fennel Facts
blogs.naturalnews.com - If you’re looking to give that salad
some extra zing or add flavor to a special recipe, fennel (Foeniculum
vulgare) is a great choice. Not only does the bulb boast a
slightly sweet flavor reminiscent of licorice making it an
enjoyable addition to many meals, but it’s loaded with healthy
4 Simple Ways to Detox Toxins from Your Body Comfortably
Natural Society - Here are 4 things you can do to detox toxins
from your body safely, effectively, and comfortably.
Kraft to Remove Artificial Colors from Macaroni and Cheese
Natural Society - Kraft announced it will be removing the
questionable artificial color ingredients in its Macaroni &
Processed cereals found to be neurotoxic
(NaturalHealth365) Processed cereals are sold to parents as a
‘good source’ of fiber, vitamins and minerals. In truth, these
neurotoxic food products are loaded with heavy metals, sugar
plus artificial ingredients which actually destroy the
metabolism and brain function.
The healing power of bee pollen
(NaturalNews) Bee pollen is considered one of nature's most
complete foods. It contains nearly all the nutrients required by
humans and about half of its 40% protein content is in the form
of free amino acids and is highly bioavailable to the human
Researchers find probiotics help maintain intestinal homeostasis
(NaturalNews) One of the ways that probiotic bacteria help
maintain intestinal health is by promoting the growth of the
cells that line the intestine, according to a study conducted by
researchers from Emory University and published in The EMBO
The top alkaline foods that should be included in your diet
(NaturalNews) Many of the foods that comprise today's modernized
diet plans are acidic. Consumerism and marketing plans have had
a hand in destroying our eating habits. This can have a damaging
effect on our health when we choose too many foods that are
unhealthy. The foods that we eat are either acidic or alkaline.
Eating foods that contain too much acid can be very harmful to
our digestive systems.
Nigella sativa is cancer's worst nightmare
(NaturalNews) Much to the dismay of many pharmaceutical giants
and doctors who reap big rebate checks from recommending
chemotherapy treatments, Nigella sativa has been proven over and
over again to successfully treat cancer without the use of
treatments. Nigella sativa has been shown to be effective
against numerous cancers, such as pancreatic, colon, prostate,
breast and even brain cancers.
Where to Stash Your Stockpile
Natural Blaze - Stockpiles: they aren’t just for pantries
anymore! You might be wondering where on earth you can stash all
of the food required for a one-year pantry. Unless you have a
pantry the size of a master bedroom suite, it won’t take long to
exceed the limits of your available kitchen storage.
How Long Will Your Pet's Rabies Shot Last? You Might Be
Dr. Becker - Does your pet get a rabies shot too often? Based on
this, it's quite possible. Learn about this fascinating ongoing
study to find out just how long a rabies shot might last. Plus
the many other vaccines you spend precious dollars on - but are
they really necessary?
- November 8, 2013 - Today In History:
1805 - The "Corps of Discovery" reached the Pacific Ocean. The
expedition was lead by William Clark and Meriwether Lewis. The journey
had begun on May 14, 1804, with the goal of exploring the Louisiana
1889 - Montana became the 41st U.S. state.
1923 - Adolf Hitler made his first attempt at seizing power in Germany
with a failed coup in Munich that came to be known as the "Beer-Hall
1933 - The Civil Works Administration was created by executive order by
U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The organization was designed to
create jobs for more than 4 million unemployed people in the U.S.
1942 - The U.S. invaded Morocco and Algeria.
1942 - During World War II, Operation Torch began as U.S. and British
forces landed in French North Africa.
1950 - During the Korean conflict, the first jet-plane battle took place
as U.S. Air Force Lt. Russell J. Brown shot down a North Korean MiG-15.
1966 - Ronald Reagan was elected governor of California.
1979 - U.S. Senators John Warner (R-VA) and Mac Mathias (R-MD)
introduced legislation to provide a site on the National Mall for the
building of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
1980 - Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California
announced that they had discovered a 15th moon orbiting the planet
1985 - A letter signed by four American hostages in Lebanon was
delivered to The Associated Press in Beirut. The letter, contained pleas
from Terry Anderson, Rev. Lawrence Jenco, David Jacobsen and Thomas
Sutherland to President Reagan to negotiate a release.
1990 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush ordered more troop deployments in
the Persian Gulf, adding about 150,000 soldiers to the multi-national
force fighting against Iraq.
2000 - In Florida, a statewide recount began to decide the winner of the
2000 U.S. presidential election.
2000 - Waco special counsel John C. Danforth released his final report
that absolved the government of wrongdoing in the 1993 siege of the
Branch Davidian compound in Texas.
Egypt forces detain MB leading member
Press TV - Egyptian security forces have detained Muslim Brotherhood
leading member Mohsen Abu Zaid amid heightened crackdown on the
Bombings kill 30 in, around Baghdad
Press TV - At least 30 people have been killed and many more wounded in
bombings in and around the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad.
Typhoon Haiyan roars into Philippines
Press TV -The world's strongest typhoon of the year has roared into the
Philippines, forcing millions of people in vulnerable areas to move to
safer ground and storm shelters.
Japan to begin removal of fuel rods from Fukushima plant
RT - TEPCO is preparing to begin the dangerous task of extracting over
1,500 nuclear fuel rods from the Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant. The
risky operation is an essential step in to stabilize the site, in a
process that could take decades.
Pakistani Taliban pledges revenge after leader’s death in drone strike
RT - The Taliban announced it will carry out revenge attacks in Pakistan
following the death of its leader in a US drone strike. The terror group
resolved to strike government installations, political leaders and
police in an “unprecedented” wave of violence.
Iraq 2013: Deadliest year since 2008 with 7,000+ killed
RT - With over 7,000 civilian casualties so far, 2013 has already become
the deadliest year in Iraq since 2008. In its new project, a timeline of
the violence, RT brings the sad record into the spotlight.
Not fast enough: S&P knocks French credit rating to AA from AA+
RT - Francois Hollande, France's most unpopular president on record,
continues struggling to find the right cure to dig out of financial
crisis. Standard & Poor's cut the credit rating of Europe’s No. 2
economy on Friday citing poor economic growth prospects.
YouTube: Westminster Whitewash: UK spy chiefs deny data harvesting, say
Snowden aided Al-Qaida
RT - Well most experts predicted the intelligence bosses were unlikely
to find themselves in hot water - unlike the journalists who released
Snowden's documents. Let's take a look at efforts the British government
has made to plug the leaks.
UK watchdog says investors lose 24 million pounds in carbon credit scam
(Reuters) - Nineteen companies selling carbon credits have been shut in
the past 15 months for bilking investors out of 24 million pounds ($38.7
million), British regulators said on Wednesday, warning more firms were
trying to sell carbon as a viable option for private investors.
Update: Super Typhoon Haiyan hits Philippines with all-time record winds
RT - At least three people have been killed and seven injured, with the
death toll expected to rise, authorities said. "The super typhoon likely
made landfall with winds near 195 mph (313 kph). This makes Haiyan the
strongest tropical cyclone on record to make landfall," Jeff Masters,
director of meteorology at US-based Weather Underground, told Reuters.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
11 Signs of a False Flag
Activist Post - Throughout history, versions of the false flag
attack have been used successfully by governments in order to
direct the force of the people toward whatever end the ruling
class may be seeking. At times, that end may be war, or it may
be the curtailing of domestic civil liberties and basic human
rights. In others, it is an economic agenda.
Walmart, Safeway, Others Unplugging From Unreliable Power Grid
offthegridnews.com - Off The Grid News had reported that several
large corporations, including Walmart, Safeway, Google, Bank of
America and Coca-Cola, are spending hundreds of millions of
dollars on systems to generate their own electricity. A Journal
article indicates that many other large companies, too, are
taking steps to generate their own electricity.
ObamaCare website could only handle 1,100 users a day before
launch, docs show
Fox News - The problem-plagued ObamaCare website was only
equipped to handle 1,100 users a day before it was launched,
documents released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee
Government Power Grab: FDA To Ban Trans Fats
Ben Swann - The United States is over 17 trillion dollars in
debt, the national unemployment rate is over seven percent, and
one-sixth of the American population is on food stamps. But
fixing those problems is just so hard! So, some courageous
politicians have decided to spend time and money dictating what
we should be allowed to eat. They do this in the name of
“keeping us healthy.”
IRS Refunded $4B to Identity Thieves
Breitbart - The Internal Revenue Service issued $4 billion in
fraudulent tax refunds last year to people using stolen
identities, with some of the money going to addresses in
Bulgaria, Lithuania and Ireland, according to an inspector
general's report released Thursday. The IRS sent a total of 655
tax refunds to a single address in Lithuania, and 343 refunds
went to a lone address in Shanghai.
Snowden 'asked' for colleagues' logins, passwords to access
classified NSA data
RT - Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden
persuaded 25 fellow workers to give him login keys and passwords
at their base in Hawaii that gave him access to classified
material he would later disclose as world-renowned the NSA
Dad ‘unfit parent for refusing son McDonald’s’
NY Post - Attorney David Schorr slapped a court-appointed shrink
with a defamation lawsuit for telling the judge deciding a
custody battle with his estranged wife that he was an unfit
parent — for refusing to take his son to the fast food joint for
Louisiana food stamp abusers will lose benefits over Wal-mart
free for all
bizpacreview.com - Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and his
administration took steps late Wednesday to strip food stamp
benefits from those who loaded up their shopping carts knowing
they had insufficient funds in their Electronic Benefits
Transfer accounts during a system failure in October.
Father's heartache after police shoot dead son, 19, after he
reported van stolen to stop him from buying cigarettes
Daily Mail - A 19-year-old has been shot dead by police after
his father dialed 911 to report his truck stolen in order to
teach his son a lesson for driving off to buy cigarettes....
Patrol officer Adam McPherson fired six shots into the truck and
the 19-year-old later died from two gunshot wounds.
Guns & Ammo Fires Editor After Publishing Editorial Calling for
mediaite.com - Guns and Ammo Magazine, the “world’s most widely
read firearms magazine,” has fired contributing editor Dick
Metcalf after the publication received immense backlash for its
December 2013 issue featuring his editorial advocating for gun
VIDEO: Ron Paul: Chris Christie Is Just Another John McCain Or
Liberty Crier - Ron Paul speaks with Neil Cavuto about a
potential Chris Christie 2016 Presidential run. Ron Paul says
that Chris Christie will go the way of John McCain or Mitt
Food Bank CEO: Welfare Cuts Causing “Nightmare Ripple Effect”
Paul Joseph Watson - As food banks across the country warn that
they are unable to meet demand, the CEO of the Food Bank of
South Jersey says that the $5 billion welfare cut which came
into effect on November 1st is causing a “nightmare ripple
effect” for both businesses and hungry citizens.
How China Can Cause The Death Of The Dollar And The Entire U.S.
Economic Collapse - The death of the dollar is coming, and it
will probably be China that pulls the trigger. What you are
about to read is understood by only a very small fraction of all
IRS’s ‘Volunteer Tax Preparers’ Exhibit Incompetence
atr.org - The Inspector General of the IRS released a report
this week that examined the state of the agency’s Volunteer Tax
Preparers (VTP) program. The program exists to provide free tax
preparation services to low income citizens. However, the
findings of the audit show that this program might be doing more
harm than good.
Petraeus advised downgrading Swenson’s Medal of Honor bid, probe
McClatchy - Retired Army Gen. David Petraeus recommended that
the Medal of Honor nomination of former Army Capt. William
Swenson be downgraded to a lower award, according to a Pentagon
investigation that failed to resolve how Swenson’s papers then
disappeared instead of being sent up the chain of command.
Genetically engineered trees under USDA consideration could harm
environment - report
RT - As the US Department of Agriculture considers whether to
authorize the unrestricted planting of genetically engineered
Eucalyptus trees experts are warning that such a policy would
not only be unnatural, but negatively impact the environment.
Fracking pinpointed as cause of Texas earthquakes
(NaturalNews) The researchers analyzed 93 separate earthquakes
that took place in Texas between March 2009 and December 2010.
They found that many of the earthquakes occurred shortly after
oil and gas companies had injected carbon dioxide into their
If Publicized, this Study Would be a Vaccination Schedule
Natural Society - Several epidemiological surveys show
vaccinated children suffer from poorer chronic health more then
unvaccinated kids, but it means little to vaccine pushers and
advocates. Well, here is another study which shows how
over-stimulating the immune system (through vaccines) inevitably
leads to autoimmune diseases.
5 Toxic Household Chemicals (or Products) to Eliminate from Your
Natural Society - Here are 5 health-damaging chemicals (or
sources of chemicals) you should omit from your home for your
Vegetarians tricked by restaurants across the nation as they eat
dead animals by accident
(NaturalNews) How many so called "vegetarian" dishes and soups
at restaurants are made with chicken stock, though it is not
disclosed on the menu or by the waiter/waitress? How many people
take supplements that are enclosed in "gelatin" capsules, which
are actually ground up animal muscle and connective tissue?
Nine healthy winter foods to include in your diet
(NaturalNews) Several foods give the body nutrients that
actually help to promote wellness, and this is very important
during the winter months when many illnesses circulate through
the population. Being able to get fresh fruits and vegetables,
even in the dead of winter, is a great advantage in today's
An Infographic Shines a Light on GMOs in America
Prevention - If you have no idea that the chemical industry
quietly slipped ingredients into our food supply, you’re not
alone. If you find it all a bit shocking, you’re not alone
either, especially when you learn that the U.S. was one of the
only developed countries in the world to do this to its
Top six tips for choosing the highest quality supplements
(NaturalNews) Before you spend your hard-earned dollars, here
are six simple things to look for that might help you in making
your next dietary supplement purchase.
Common feminine health products riddled with dangerous chemicals
Federal Jack - Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) released
Wednesday the report Chem Fatale revealing feminine care
products, a $3 billion industry, are marred by toxins and void
of crucial regulations, putting the health of millions of women
CIA Pays Telecoms Millions for Your Personal Information
Kurt Nimmo - On Thursday, the New York Times reported that the
CIA is paying AT&T more than $10 million a year to help the
intelligence agency conduct “counterterrorism investigations” on
voluntary contract. The arrangement is a business deal that
avoids the messy business of subpoenas, court orders, the legal
system and the Bill of Rights.
Forget the Back Door: The Government Now Wants the Keys to the
motherjones.com - If the Department of Justice gets its way in
court, secure email could become a thing of the past.... The
case started this summer, when Lavabit—an alternative email
provider that promised highly secure email—was handed a subpoena
by the Department of Justice. The subpoena required that Lavabit
supply the billing and subscriber information for one of its
users, widely believed to be Edward Snowden.
'Jaw-dropping' breakthrough hailed as landmark in fight against
hereditary diseases as Crispr technique heralds genetic
The Independent - A breakthrough in genetics – described as
“jaw-dropping” by one Nobel scientist – has created intense
excitement among DNA experts around the world who believe the
discovery will transform their ability to edit the genomes of
all living organisms, including humans.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Fat cats plunder farm subsidies
Press TV - Less than a week after supplemental food assistance
was slashed by $5 billion and as Congress debates deeper cuts to
the federal food stamp program within a new five-year farm bill,
a new report released Thursday highlights how billionaires
continue to collect taxpayer-funded farm subsidies and may soon
be eligible for even more.
FDA Proposed Pet Food Regulations
Susan Thixton - To read the lengthy FDA proposed pet food/animal
food regulations Click Here. Proposed regulations cover
facilities that manufacture, process, pack, or hold animal
food.... Certainly I am not the biggest fan of the FDA. But the
FDA is the governing body over pet food and they are asking for
input on these proposed regulations. I am certain Big Pet Food
and their lobby organizations will fight these regulations.
VIDEO: Knife-Wielding Supermarket Checkout Robot Taught Not To
redicecreations.com - In what could prove to be one of the most
important moves ever made by humanity, scientists have taught
our soon-to-be-robot-overlords not to stab us. Cornell
University engineers have modified an assembly line machine and
taught it to scan items at a check out.
- November 7, 2013 - Today In History:
1637 - Anne Hutchinson, the first female religious leader in the
American colonies, was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for
1811 - The Shawnee Indians of chief Tecumseh were defeated by William
Henry Harrison at the Battle of Wabash (or (Tippecanoe).
1874 - The Republican party of the U.S. was first symbolized as an
elephant in a cartoon by Thomas Nast in Harper's Weekly.
1893 - The state of Colorado granted its women the right to vote.
1916 - Jeanette Rankin of Montana became the first woman elected to the
1917 - Russia's Bolshevik Revolution took place. The provisional
government of Alexander Kerensky was overthrown by forces led by
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.
1918 - During World War I, a false report through the United Press
announced that an armistice had been signed.
1944 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first person to
win a fourth term as president.
1965 - The "Pillsbury Dough Boy" debuted in television commercials.
1967 - Carl Stokes was elected the first black mayor Cleveland, OH,
becoming the first black mayor of a major city.
1967 - U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a bill establishing the
Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
1967 - The U.S. Selective Service Commission announced that college
students arrested in anti-war demonstrations would lose their draft
1973 - Congress over-rode President Nixon's veto of the War Powers Act,
which limits a chief executive's power to wage war without congressional
1983 - A bomb exploded in the U.S. Capitol. No one was injured.
2000 - Hillary Clinton made history as the first president's wife to win
public office. The state of New York elected her to the U.S. Senate.
2001 - After a 16-month stoppage the Concorde resumed flying
UK’s military base in Cyprus ‘taps into Middle East, Mediterranean
RT -Mideast, North African and European communications are largely
controlled by British intelligence, nesting at a UK military base in
Cyprus, media reveal. Private, diplomatic and business communications
allegedly all come under surveillance.
Tests 'show Yasser Arafat was poisoned with polonium'
The Telegraph - Yasser Arafat, the late Palestinian leader, may well
have been poisoned with radioactive polonium, Swiss scientists have
concluded in findings that may solve a 10-year riddle but torpedo the
latest Middle East peace process.
Israel levels Catholic Church property in E. Jerusalem amid ‘massive
RT - The Catholic Church has lashed out at the Israeli government, after
its property in East Jerusalem was bulldozed to the ground. Meanwhile,
thousands of Palestinian flats were marked for demolition just before US
Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit.
and Police Are Being Privatized Around the World and Business Is Booming
StratRisks - In a world where budgets are tight, and bottom lines
daunting, it makes sense that governments around the world have to do
more with less, or they just have to do less. Surprisingly, one part of
the state apparatus that most countries seem happy to outsource is one
of its most fundamental—security.
Super typhoon forecast to hit the Philippines
USA Today - A ferocious typhoon in the western Pacific Ocean is taking
aim at the fragile islands of the Philippines. Super Typhoon Haiyan has
top sustained winds of 175 mph, which is equivalent to a Category 5
hurricane, according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center.
UK intelligence leaders to testify for the first time since Snowden
RT - The United Kingdom’s three primary intelligence chiefs are
scheduled to testify in front of parliamentary leaders Thursday in what
will be the first time they speak publicly on the revelations disclosed
by Edward Snowden earlier this year.
Germany now registering 'genderless' babies with both male and female
(NaturalNews) They are sometimes referred to as "intersex" people --
individuals with chromosomes, genitalia or even just characteristics
that resemble both the male and female sex -- and for the first time
ever, they now have their own gender category on birth certificates in
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Senate committee approves funding for NSA, witch-hunt on leakers
RT - Congress has taken the first step towards expanding the
abilities of the United States intelligence community by
advancing a draft bill that will ensure the government’s spy
budget stays intact into next year.
Feds Spent $29 Million on Prescription Drugs for 4,139 Illegal
CNS News - The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
spent almost $29 million to cover Medicare Part D prescription
drugs for 4,139 individuals “unlawfully present” in the U.S. and
thus ineligible to receive federal health care benefits,
according to an audit by Daniel Levinson, inspector general of
the Department of Health & Human Services.
Police Search For Non-Existent Drugs By Forcing Man To Undergo
Enemas & Cavity Searches
Ben Swann - New Mexico man David Eckert was pulled over on
January 3 for failing to fully stop at a Wal-Mart parking lot
stop sign. What happened next was far from a routine traffic
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More terrorized drivers report forceful rectal inspections...
Adam Kokesh Pleads Guilty To Gun & Marijuana Charges, Faces Six
Years In Prison
Ben Swann - On Wednesday, Kokesh pled guilty to to carrying a
rifle or shotgun, possession of an unregistered firearm and
unlawful possession of ammunition. He also pled guilty to
possession of marijuana in Washington, DC. He will now be
released from jail while he awaits his sentencing on January 17.
Pentagon Being Pushed Into New ‘Automated’ Technologies For Its
New Hi-Tech Army
21st Century Wire - While the US is weighed down spending
fortunes on military industrial pork and other old technologies,
it is also burning through its checkbook in R & D and
acquisitions of newer applications – all in order to keep ahead
of the Chinese Jones’s.
Washington Times ends Sen. Rand Paul column amid plagiarism
Washington Times - Sen. Rand Paul acknowledged Tuesday that he
had failed to properly source material in published writings,
including a column in The Washington Times, after a string of
embarrassing plagiarism accusations surfaced in recent days.
Legal Experts: Even TOTALLY INNOCENT People Should Avoid Talking
to Law Enforcement
Washington’s Blog - A law school professor and former criminal
defense attorney explains why you should never agree to be
interviewed by the police... It’s vital to note, however, that
the Supreme Court ruled this year that your silence CAN be used
against you… at least until you’re read your Miranda rights.
Therefore, if you remain silent when police are questioning you,
it is very important to tell the police that you are exercising
your right to remain silent.
YouTube: Ben Swann: Free Speech is a Human Right
Ben Swann talks about the role of the first amendment as much
more than just a recognition of your right to speech, or just
the press.. it is the recognition of your right to believe, say
and tell others whatever you like.
Taxpayers Win Big in Kansas City, Missouri
atr.org - Yesterday voters in Jackson County voters rejected an
$800 million tax hike by eighty-six percent. esterday voters in
Jackson County, Missouri (including the voters of Kansas City)
went to the polls faced with Question One. The ballot question
would have increased the county sales tax by .5-percent
amounting in an $800 million tax hike over the next 20 years.
Colorado Voters Reject Massive Income Tax Hike
atr.org - Despite a $10 million campaign cash advantage for tax
hike proponents which was aided by out-of-state money from the
likes of Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg, last night Colorado
voters overwhelmingly rejected Amendment 66 by a 2 to 1 margin,
with 66% voting against the ballot measure that would've
scrapped Colorado’s flat income tax and replaced it with a
progressive income tax system with a top rate 27% higher than
the one currently on the books.
Which America Do You Live In? – 21 Hard To Believe Facts About
“Wealthy America” And “Poor America”
Economic Collapse - Did you know that 40 percent of all American
workers make less than $20,000 a year before taxes? And 65
percent of all American workers make less than $40,000 a year
BP to pay $19.5 million settlement in mine pollution case
RT - Nevada residents have been awarded up to a $19.5 million
settlement in a class action case that accused a parent company
of BP America of leaking toxic chemicals into the soil for
decades and covering up the extent of contamination from an
Playing God: 4 Geoengineering Projects Doomed To Fail While
Polluting The Earth
Prevent Disease - It seems scientists want to play God with our
climate and nothing will stop them. Researchers have recommended
sending out a giant glass sunshade into space to reflect light;
the eruption of artificial volcanoes, or spraying of sulphate
aerosols into the stratosphere; dissolving mountains and putting
remains in the sea; and, least dramatically, perhaps, filing the
ocean with iron filings to stimulate algae blooms.
Flying the coop: Antibiotic resistance spreads to birds, other
Environmental Health - Drug-resistant infections are quickly
becoming a distressing problem for human, driven in large part
by an extreme overuse of antibiotics in humans and for livestock
production. Now, new research from Tufts University's veterinary
school has shown that antibiotic resistance has spread from the
hospitals and farms into nature, where it is affecting wildlife.
Obama's Climate Task Force Is a Treaty Trap
Activist Post - Obama's new executive order (EO) that creates a
global warming task force, The Council on Climate Preparedness
and Resilience, is a tool to implement Agenda 21, which is the
blueprint for totalitarian control through the United Nations.
The One Superfruit that can Significantly Clean Your Arteries
Natural Society - Perhaps one of the most researched of these
benefits is the ability of pomegranates to keep your blood
vessels free from plaque, the fatty accumulations that can
eventually lead to atherosclerosis and heart attacks.
White Kidney Beans can Help You Lose Weight & Control Glycemic
Natural Society - Research has shown, however, that when
accompanied with a healthy exercise regime, white kidney bean
extract (Phaseolus vulgaris) can greatly help your body break
down carbohydrates or starches, leading to weight loss. This
process is called amylase inhibition.
Surge in ADHD diagnoses gets a red flag
AFP - Doctors sounded a warning Tuesday over a rise in ADHD
diagnoses, saying some children may be needlessly taking
powerful drugs intended to correct a poorly understood disorder.
20 Established Uses For Coke Proves It Does Not Belong In The
Prevent Disease - Coke is the most valuable brand in history and
"Coca-Cola" is the world's second-most recognized word after
"hello." However, the beverage itself is an absolute poison to
the human metabolism. Coke is very close to the acidity level of
battery acid and consequently it can clean surfaces equivalent
to and often better than many toxic household cleaners.
Cargill to Label Products Containing Finely Textured Beef
Food Safety News - Cargill Beef will begin labeling products
that contain finely textured beef (FTB), a product sometimes
referred to as “pink slime,” along with a similar product, lean
finely textured beef, made by Beef Products Inc. The company
plans to start using a label reading “Contains Finely Textured
Beef” on its branded, U.S.-made ground beef before the 2014.
Discover magnesium, the miracle mineral
(NaturalNews) Though it hardly receives any mainstream
attention, magnesium is one of the most important minerals that
you are probably not getting enough of in your everyday diet.
Four reasons to add more kale to your diet
(NaturalNews) Kale is considered one of the most nutritious, if
not the most nutritious, vegetables in the world. Below is a
list of four reasons why some researchers believe that kale
surpasses even broccoli (the "original" superfood) in the
Beware of Pfizer's tetracycline - Unless you enjoy permanently
(NaturalNews) A popular class of antibiotic drugs that is still
widely administered to young children, tetracycline, which were
originally created and patented by drug giant Pfizer Inc., are
known to cause permanent staining of teeth in many of the
patients that take it.
Anti-war site, upon notifying FBI of cyber-threat, became
RT - The Federal Bureau of Investigation spent years conducting
surveillance on a prominent libertarian anti-war web site, in
part because the agency mistakenly believed that the activist
page had tried to hack the FBI's own site, according to a new
'Silk Road 2.0' Launches, Promising A Resurrected Black Market
For The Dark Web
Forbes - On Wednesday morning, Silk Road 2.0 came online,
promising a new and slightly improved version of the anonymous
black market for drugs and other contraband that the Department
of Justice shut down just over a month before.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
The easiest way to convert lawn into garden
Organic Gardening - The best way to convert a lawn into a garden
does not employ a shovel or a sod cutter and will save wear and
tear on back muscles. Sheet mulching—a simple technique that
involves layering cardboard, compost, and other organic material
right over the turf—kills the grass and leaves behind beds with
Study: FDA found raw pet food to be a risk to consumers and
their pets, but dry kibble foods were perfectly safe
Susan Thixton - The FDA has a zero tolerance for Salmonella in
pet foods. If they actually found 15 raw pet foods that tested
positive for Salmonella, don’t you think the FDA would have
insisted these companies recall the pet foods?
- November 6, 2013 - Today In History:
1789 - Father John Carroll was appointed as the first Roman Catholic
bishop in the United States of America.
1860 - Abraham Lincoln was elected to be the sixteenth president of the
1861 - Jefferson Davis was elected as the president of the Confederacy
in the U.S.
1935 - Edwin H. Armstrong announced his development of FM broadcasting.
1952 - The first hydrogen bomb was exploded at Eniwetok Atoll in the
1965 - The Freedom Flights program began which would allow 250,000
Cubans to come to the United States by 1971.
1983 - U.S. Army choppers dropped hundreds of leaflets over northern and
central Grenada. The leaflets urged residents to cooperate in locating
any Grenadian army or Cuban resisters to the U.S.- led invasion.
1984 - For the first time in 193 years, the New York Stock Exchange
remained open during a presidential election day.
1985 - Leftist guerrillas belonging to Columbia's April 19 Movement
seized control of the Palace of Justice in Bogota.
1986 - Former Navy radioman John Walker Jr., was sentenced in Baltimore
to life imprisonment. Walker had admitted to being the head of a family
1986 - U.S. intelligence sources confirmed a story run by the Lebanese
magazine Ash Shiraa that reported the U.S. had been secretly selling
arms to Iran in an effort to secure the release of seven American
1989 - With hopes of freeing U.S. hostages held in Iran, the U.S.
announced it would unfreeze $567 million in Iranian assets that had been
held since 1979.
1991 - Kuwait celebrated the dousing of the last of the oil fires
ignited by Iraq during the Persian Gulf War.
1998 - The Islamic militant group Hamas exploded a car bomb killing the
two attackers and injuring 21 civilians.
1999 - Australian voters rejected a referendum to drop Britain's queen
as their head of state.
2001 - In London, the "Lest We Forget" exhibit opened at the National
Memorial Arboretum. Fred Seiker was the creator of the 24 watercolors.
Seiker was a prisoner of war that had been forced to build the Burma
Railroad, the "railway of death," for the Japanese during World War II.
2001 - In Madrid, Spain, a car bomb injured about 60 people. The bomb
was blamed on Basque separatists.
2001 - Ten people were executed in Beijing, China. The state newspaper
of China said that all of the people executed were robbers and killers
Coordinated IED blasts strike outside China Communist Party provincial
RT - At least one person has been killed and eight wounded after a
series of improvised devices exploded outside an office building of a
provincial headquarters of the Communist Party of China in Taiyuan
Big quake near Fukushima would ‘decimate Japan, lead to US West Coast
RT - The stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in northern Japan is in
such a delicate condition that a future earthquake could trigger a
disaster that would decimate Japan and affect the entire West Coast of
North America, a prominent scientist has warned.
Assad advisor: With political will, Syrian crisis over in 2 weeks
RT - “If the various parties have the political will to put an end to
the Syrian suffering, to the Syrian crisis, they can do it within weeks.
If they can only stop financing the arming [of Syrian rebels] and the
smuggling of terrorists across the border from Turkey, 50 percent of the
Syrian crisis would be over in two weeks’ time,” Dr. Shaaban said in an
exclusive interview to RT.
If India Can Afford a Space Program, Why is the US Gov't Giving Them
$98.3 Million This Year?
Activist Post - The Mars Orbiter Mission successfully took off at 09:08
GMT today from the Satish Dhawan Space center on the east coast of
India. If it goes into orbit around the red planet, India will become
the fourth space agency to have a craft orbiting Mars.
Two More Children Left Paralyzed by Vaccines Before Chinese CDC And WHO
Admit Vaccines Cause Paralysis
vactruth.com - In a shocking report, the Global Times reported that an
expert from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),
Dr. Wang Yu, has openly admitted that vaccines can cause severe adverse
reactions, including swollen organs, epilepsy, and in some instances,
the diseases that they were supposed to prevent!
Saudi Arabia urges arming Syria militants
Press TV - Former Saudi intelligence agency chief has demanded sending
more arms to foreign-backed Takfiri militants fighting the Syrian
government, expressing concern that the continuation of war in the
country would endanger Israeli.
Apartheid wall' as border? Israel offers Palestine its demarcation terms
RT - Israel’s separation barrier in the West Bank should form the border
with a future Palestinian state, Israeli negotiators have reportedly
offered Palestinian counterparts as a part of dragging peace
VIDEO: Anti-austerity strike brings Greece to halt
Press TV - The strike comes a day after inspectors from the troika of
European Commission, European Central Bank (ECB) and the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) resumed their latest bailout review.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Doreen Hendrickson - IRS Defeated by Hung Jury Against Tax
Activist Post - This morning [Nov 5, 2013], the jury in Doreen
Hendrickson’s trial returned to the courthouse and deliberated
all day. At around 5pm, they finally emerged and presented their
verdict: hung jury. Hung by ONE! What a delightful victory!!!
* Related Article:
The IRS vs. Doreen Hendrickson: The Verdict
Russian Radio Propagandists Attack Dave Hodges In Response To
Russian Troops In U.S.
TheSleuthJournal - My recent interview on the Voice of Russia
has served to convince me that the previous evidence that I have
encountered which documents the presence of untold tens of
thousands of Russian soldiers on our soil are true and that
these Russian soldiers will likely be used to enforce the coming
martial law. Why are the Russian soldiers on American soil?
Obama Secret Service Agent: “It’s Worse Than People Know… and
I’m Not Trying to Scare You Either”
Mac Slavo - You may have your suspicions about what’s going on
behind closed doors at the White House. But according to one of
President Obama’s former body guards it’s much worse than we can
DHS to Hire “Top Secret” Domestic Security Force
Paul Joseph Watson - The Department of Homeland Security is to
spend $19 million dollars on a private security force in
Wisconsin and Minnesota, an armed unit that must have a “Top
Secret” security clearance according to an official
DNC Boss Wasserman Schultz: Nothing Obama Said About ACA “Was
Kurt Nimmo - Democrats are desperately engaged in damage control
mode after Obamacare was revealed to be little more than a scam
cooked up with mega-insurance corporations to fleece the
American people at gunpoint and it was discovered millions of
Americans will lose their coverage.
VIDEO: Ron Paul: Obamacare ‘A Conspiracy Of Stupidity’
Liberty Crier - Ron Paul appears on FOX news to discuss the
failures of Obamacare and how it violates the principles of
liberty and freedom.
Electronic filing of ammunition sales logs with LAPD proposed
dailynews.com - Under the new proposal, stores would send in
electronic versions of the ammo logs, probably on a weekly
basis. The LAPD wants to test out the program with a couple of
large sports stores to see how effective it can be and then come
back in 60 days with recommendations for a city law mandating
TSA Sought Firing Range for Firearms Training Two Weeks Before
Kit Daniels - Two weeks prior to the LAX airport shooting on
Friday, the Transportation Security Administration was searching
for a firing range to conduct ongoing “firearms training” using
an estimated half-million rounds of ammunition annually.
Feds Move to Pin LAX Shooting On Patriots
Kurt Nimmo - The FBI will assume its traditional role as a
political police force in the wake of the LAX shooting. On
Monday night, the agency announced it is looking into the
political beliefs of Paul Ciancia, the unemployed motorcycle
mechanic who allegedly shot and killed a TSA agent last week.
LAX Shooting: A Made-for-TV Drama? Part 1
21stcenturywire.com - The Hype and the Fear’, this episode is
courtesy of FOX News. Here’s one ‘couple’ who seemed to get all
the right lines in before the camera finally cut…. Most will
agree that the acting for camera on this scene of the production
was just a bit over the top.
California Police Use Of Body Cameras Cuts Violence And
The Guardian - Body cameras worn by police in Rialto, California
have resulted in better policing – and now other forces may
New Pre-Crime Computer Model Deployed in California
Activist Post - Robert Nash Parker is a professor of sociology
who has been working with Indio police (city pop. 75,000) to
implement a "computer model that predicts, by census block
group, where burglaries are likely to occur."
GMO labeling initiative 522 seems to have failed, proving once
again that corporate money can buy food secrecy
(NaturalNews) As of this writing, Washington state I-522 looks
to have narrowly failed at the ballot box.
This link shows election results county by county. At
11:00pm last night, the "no" votes were winning by approximately
55% to 44%.
New York City elects socialist mayor, because why not?
Daily Caller - Bill de Blasio will be the next mayor of the
nation’s largest and most important city. He will be the first
Democratic mayor of New York City since 1993, when Rudy Giuliani
defeated David Dinkins amid high crime rates and racial strife.
De Blasio worked in Dinkins’ City Hall, and prior to that
volunteered with the radical socialist Sandinista movement in
McAuliffe Wins in VA, Immediately Begins Campaigning for Clinton
Kurt Nimmo - Fox News and NBC have declared Clintonista
operative and former DNC boss Terry McAuliffe the winner of the
Virginia governor’s race.
Christie wins big in New Jersey, Democrat takes Virginia in
(Reuters) - Moderate Republican Chris Christie easily won
re-election as New Jersey governor, while a conservative
Republican popular with the Tea Party movement narrowly lost his
bid for the Virginia governorship, in two races closely watched
for signs of voters' moods ahead of the 2016 presidential race.
Are You Prepared For a US Bank Bail-In?
Activist Post - Jim Sinclair, chairman and chief executive
officer of Tanzania Royalty Exploration Corp., and whose family
started Goldman Sachs, Salomon Brothers, Lehman Brothers, and
others, has been warning of this for a while.
IPCC warns policymakers not to stop ‘solar radiation management’
Activist Post - The Fifth Assessment Report of the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns that,
despite global side effects and long-term consequences,
geoengineering techniques involving solar radiation management (SRM)
should be maintained...
The Powerful Healing Qualities of Rosemary Essential Oil
Natural Blaze - Rosemary essential oil has many outstanding
qualities. It is an effective antiseptic and an
antibacterial/antifungal agent. It also has excellent
Dietary astaxanthin decreases oxidative stress, enhances immune
response in humans
(NaturalNews) It might not seem like much, gently gracing the
cellular structures of certain marine life and perking them up
with that familiar pink hue seen in wild-caught seafood. But
astaxanthin is one of the most powerful "superfoods" in
existence, helping to mitigate oxidative stress, enhance immune
response, quell damaging inflammation and even inhibit the
growth and spread of cancer cells.
New Safety Rules to Protect You From Cosmetics Now In Limbo
Dr. Mercola - Many people are initially surprised to learn that
there are no FDA regulations requiring cosmetics’ manufacturers
to use specific tests to demonstrate the safety of individual
products or ingredients. The law also does not require cosmetic
companies to share their safety information with the FDA.
Processed foods contain healthier ingredients in foreign markets
than they do in US
(NaturalNews) It is bad enough that many processed foods
currently on the market today still contain artificial dyes,
chemical stabilizers and preservatives, refined sugars and
various other toxic, yet FDA-approved, ingredients.
Choosing a Mediterranean diet increases odds of living to an old
age by more than 40 percent
(NaturalNews) It may come as no big surprise to many followers
of natural health practices that eating a diet largely void of
sugar, refined and processed carbohydrates and protein sources
as well as hydrogenated fats can help to promote a healthy
lifestyle and prevent many chronic diseases.
Sensitive to gluten? Traditional sourdough offers a unique
solution to bread woes
(NaturalNews) Jack Bezian of Bezian's Bakery in Santa Monica,
California, has an eye-catching sign behind his loaves of bread,
stating: "Roman soldiers had only sourdough bread to get
protein." But this is only part of the story. For those who
suffer from gluten intolerance or celiac disease, Jack's
naturally fermented bread is surprisingly easy to digest.
Interestingly, several studies have also found true sourdough to
be well tolerated by individuals sensitive to gluten.
14 Facts About The Absolutely Crazy Internet Stock Bubble That
Could Crash And Burn In 2014
Economic Collapse - Shouldn't Internet companies actually "make
a profit" at some point before being considered worth billions
of dollars? A lot of investors laugh when they look back at the
foolishness of the "Dotcom bubble" of the late 1990s, but the
tech bubble that is inflating right in front of our eyes today
is actually far worse.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
What Would Cost $1 Trillion, Unravel GMO Labeling Laws, Ruin
Small Farmers, and Affect Sixteen Million Jobs?
Alliance for Natural Health - The Farm Bill doesn’t just affect
farmers—it could have a real impact on you and your family: at
stake are 16 million American jobs, the price of groceries,
several already-passed GMO labeling laws, and $1 trillion of
your tax dollars.
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- November 5, 2013 - Today In History:
1872 - In the U.S., Susan B. Anthony was fined $100 for attempting to
vote in the presidential election. She never paid the fine.
1935 - The game "Monopoly" was introduced by Parker Brothers Company.
1940 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt won an unprecedented third term
1946 - John F. Kennedy was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives
at the age of 29.
1956 - British and French forces began landing in Egypt during the Suez
Canal Crisis. A cease-fire was declared 2 days later.
1974 - Ella T. Grasso was elected governor of Connecticut. She was the
first woman in the U.S. to win a governorship without succeeding her
1986 - The White House reaffirmed the U.S. ban on the sale of weapons to
1998 - Scientists published a genetic study that showed strong evidence
that Thomas Jefferson fathered at least one child (Eston Hemings) of his
slave, Sally Hemings.
1990 - Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Kach movement, was shot to
death after a speech at a New York Hotel. His assassin, Egyptian El
Sayyid, was later convicted of the murder and was sentenced to life in
prison for his part in the World Trade Center bombing.
1994 - Former U.S. President Reagan announced that he had Alzheimer's
1998 - In the U.S., Chairman Henry Hyde of the Judiciary Committee asked
President Clinton to answer 81 questions for the House impeachment
1998 - The U.N. announced that the Taliban militia had killed up to
5,000 civilians in a takeover of an Afghani town.
1999 - A 12-day conference on global warming, attended by delegates from
170 nations, ended in Bonn, Germany.
1999 - U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled that Microsoft
Corp. enjoyed "monopoly power".
2001 - It was announced that European aircraft manufacturer Airbus and
Dubai-based Emirates airlines set up a joint venture specializing in
2009 - At Fort Hood, near Kileen, TX, Nidal Malik Hasan killed 13 people
and wounded 30 others.
‘No Talks aiming at Assad withdrawal’
Press TV - The Syrian government will not participate in the forthcoming
Geneva 2 peace conference if the aim is for President Bashar al-Assad to
relinquish power, the country's information minister says.
'Militants blow up Yemen oil pipeline'
Press TV - "Armed terrorists of the al-Qaida group placed a roadside
bomb under the pipeline in al-Saed region on Shabwa's eastern outskirts.
The huge explosion caused a leak in the pipeline," a local government
source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said on Monday.
United Nations “Peacekeepers” Will Now Go On the Offensive in Africa
Kurt Nimmo - Blue helmets will take military action against militias in
the war-torn Congo, the Washington Times reported late last week. They
will no longer simply stand on the sidelines, but will take an active
role in the warfare between rival tribal groups.
N.Korea developing electromagnetic pulse weapons: S.Korea
phys.org - South Korea's spy agency said Monday that North Korea was
using Russian technology to develop electromagnetic pulse weapons aimed
at paralysing military electronic equipment south of the border.
Death to America? Iran divided on anniversary of US embassy takeover
RT - The 34-year anniversary of the US Embassy takeover in Tehran drew
tens of thousands to the largest anti-American rally in years. The size
of the demonstration, however, belies the fact that Iranian society is
deeply divided over rapprochement with the US.
Anonymous prepares for ‘Million Mask March’ protests around the world
RT - Rallies are expected to soon occur around the globe as protesters
aligned with the hacktivist movement Anonymous prepare for mass
demonstrations scheduled for Tuesday in hundreds of cities from Sydney
Another earthquake: New 4.9 tremor near Fukushima
RT - A 4.9 magnitude earthquake with an epicenter close to Fukushima
Prefecture has struck the eastern coast of Japan, the Japan
Meteorological Agency said. The tremor was registered at a depth of 20
km. There have not been immediate reports of damage or injuries. No
tsunami warning has been issued.
Ron Paul: What Cannot Be Said About Iraq
ftmdaily.com - As post-“liberation” Iraq spirals steadily downward,
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was in Washington last week to plead for
more assistance from the United States to help restore order to a
society demolished by the 2003 US invasion. Al-Qaeda has made
significant recent gains, Maliki told President Obama at their meeting
last Friday, and Iraq needs more US military aid to combat its growing
Greek Companies Unable To Pay Taxes Explode From 182K To Over Half A
Zero Hedge - Within just one month, from the end of August to
end-September, the number of corporations that have fallen behind on
their taxes soared from 182,785 to 526,477."
We are legion!' Anonymous allies stand up against corruption in global
RT - Protesters wearing Guy Fawkes masks to mark their support of the
Anonymous hactivist movement are staging protests all around the world
on Tuesday. The self-styled legion of activists is opposing corporate
and government corruption.
Tepco Tore Down the Natural Seawall Which Would Have Protected Fukushima
from the Tsunami
Zero Hedge - The Wall Street Journal noted in 2011: When Tokyo Electric
Power Co. broke ground on the now defunct Fukushima Daiichi
nuclear-power station 44 years ago, the utility made a fateful
construction decision that raised the plant’s vulnerability to the
tsunami that ultimately crippled its reactors.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
US military doctors participate in torture of detainees, report
RT - An independent report has charged that medical personnel,
working under the direction of the Department of Defense and CIA
in military defense facilities, violated medical ethics by
participating in the torture of detainees.
* Related Article:
CIA made doctors torture suspected terrorists after 9/11,
Arlington, Texas to participate in massive terrorism exercise
Tactical units and first response teams throughout Dallas-Fort
Worth will soon participate in the same terrorist preparation
exercise implemented in Boston, Mass., only months before the
Boston Marathon bombing.
The Arlington Police Department – along with more than 50 first
response teams from 16 North Texas counties -- will train in a
"multi-disciplinary, full-scale" exercise called Urban Shield on
Nov. 9 and 10.
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Gunman clad in body armor opens fire in New Jersey mall - report
RT - Shots were fired Monday night at the Garden State Plaza
mall in Paramus, New Jersey, according to several reports.
“According to a police source, the shooting began near the
Nordstrom’s department store on the second level of the mall. At
least eight shots have been fired; the gunman is believed to be
wearing body armor,” Pix 11 reported.
TSA union calls for armed guards at every checkpoint
USA Today - The union representing airport screeners for the
Transportation Security Administration says Friday's fatal
shooting of an agent at Los Angeles International Airport
highlights the need for armed security officers at every airport
Houston police: Email, phone scam may cost you $1,000
Houston Chronicle - Dubbed the “relative in distress” hoax, the
scam begins when a victim receives an e-mail or telephone call
purportedly from relatives or friends who are visiting the area
from another country or state and claim to be in trouble,
according to the Houston Police Department. The people
supposedly in distress say they need money.
Cops Tase Father Trying To Save His 3-Year-Old Son From House
Paul Joseph Watson - A Louisiana, Missouri father was prevented
from saving his 3-year-old son from a house fire when cops tased
him three times for attempting to enter the burning building.
Dianne Feinstein Cries 'Gun Control' in Wake of LAX
Shooting...What Else Is New?
The Daily Sheeple - Even though LAX airport was already
considered a "gun-free zone" (aside from roving police patrols
curiously removed from checkpoints for reasons unknown in the
months leading up to the recent shooting), that didn't stop
Senator Feinstein from going on CBS's "Face the Nation" on
Sunday to say she'd introduce another bill over it.
Shots Fired At Garden State Plaza Mall In New Jersey — Gunman
Reportedly Found Dead
Business Insider | A gunman has been found dead, according to
reports, after police responded to reports of shots fired in the
Garden State Plaza Mall in Paramus, N.J., shortly before 9:30
p.m. ET on Monday.
Four Legal Arguments Why ObamaCare is Bad Law & Ought be
canadafreepress.com - When it became obvious on the day of
ObamaCare’s premier that the Internet websites did not work,
some were wildly disappointed, others angry, while another group
heaved a sigh of relief. The fact that the legislation may not
be fully available for months, or years, gives Americans a
unique opportunity to review and potentially revoke this law.
Obama denies ‘you can keep it’ videotaped promises
Daily Caller - President Barack Obama told his enthusiastic
supporters Monday night that he never promised what video
recordings show him promising at least 29 times.
YouTube: Ron Paul: We Should Have The Right To Opt Out
"The emphasis should be on liberty and freedom of choice. You
mentioned that, why don't we have freedom of choice?"...
Fetus Sues Mother -- Case Explores Rights of Fetus
Dr. Mercola - ‘The cocaine mom act’ in Wisconsin allows pregnant
women engaging in substance abuse to be arrested or detained in
order to protect the fetus In one controversial case, a woman
was arrested for refusing to take an anti-addiction drug even
though she told her health care provider that she was over the
addiction (to painkillers) – and urine tests supported her
Welcome to the United Police States of America
Press TV - No longer is it unusual to hear about incidents in
which police shoot unarmed individuals first and ask questions
later. What is unusual is our lack of outrage, the relative
disinterest of our elected representatives, the media’s abysmal
failure to ask questions and demand answers, and our growing
acceptance of the status quo...
You Tube: Ron Paul Speaks At Ken Cuccinelli Rally
Former Rep. Ron Paul speaks at Ken Cuccinelli's election-eve
campaign rally in Richmond, Virginia.
Crisis Accelerates: Food Banks Running Out of Food
Paul Joseph Watson - The head of the Pennsylvania’s largest food
bank has warned that demand for groceries following a $5 billion
dollar cut in the food stamp program cannot be met.... From
November 1st, $5 billion was wiped off the Supplemental
Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) as a result of a planned
stimulus withdrawal. Almost 50 million Americans who are
supported by the program face an average loss of $36 dollars a
month, which is a significant amount for those living near the
Texans Can Soon Dump Smart Meters.. For A Price
Adan Salazar - In a half-victory for health and privacy
advocates in the state of Texas, transmission and distribution
utilities are asking for public comment on proposed fees
associated with a smart meter opt-out program, a program that
went into effect last Friday for Austin residents.
Island of debris the size of TEXAS from 2011 Japanese tsunami is
headed straight for the U.S.
Daily Mail - A floating island of debris the size of Texas has
been crossing the vast Pacific Ocean to the western shores of
the Americas since a devastating tsunami inundated Japan in
2011, says a new study. Five million tons of wreckage - the
remains of homes, boats, and other remnants of shattered lives
in eastern Japan - were swallowed by the ocean that day in
March, and more than one million tons of flotsam continues to
head towards the west coast of the US.
Melatonin – It’s Not Just For Sleep! (Cancer, Heart Disease,
Headaches, Parkinson’s, Free Radicals, Anti-Aging, too!)
Melatonin is a naturally occurring compound found in
mammals, plants and microbes that in animals fluctuates on a
daily cycle. In mammals melatonin is secreted into the blood
stream by the pineal gland in the brain and is known as the
“hormone of darkness.”
4 Health-Protective Qualities of Resveratrol
Natural Society - Resveratrol is a health-boosting,
super-antioxidant found in grapes and several other natural food
sources. Here are 4 beneficial qualities of resveratrol.
Microgreens: More Nutrition Packed in Baby Lettuce
Green Med Info - You may know microgreens as the delicate,
colorful garnish on your overpriced and undersized meal at an
upscale restaurant. But science says microgreens aren’t just
cuter lettuces – they may be more nutritious.
14 Things People Probably Do Not Want To Know About Their
Prevent Disease - There are hundreds of food industry facts that
are sheltered from consumers and only made public by food
scientists if absolutely necessary. The following are 14 of the
more well known industry insider secrets that have been exposed
now for some time, but still not common knowledge to millions of
Juiced, Canned and Cooked Blueberries Have Up To 81 Percent
Lower Antioxidant Levels
Prevent Disease - Juiced, canned and cooked blueberries could
result in changes their polyphenol content, and modify the
potential health advantages of the 'superfood', according to a
47 million Americans are B12 deficient
(NaturalNews) An estimated 47 million Americans are B12
deficient, and very few of them know it. Vitamin B12 is vital in
the production of DNA and red blood cells and the regulation of
energy, sleep and mood cycles in the body.
Man cures his spinal meningitis with raw foods
(NaturalNews) When John Kohler was in college, severe headaches
and pain necessitated an emergency room visit where he endured a
painful spinal tap and was diagnosed with spinal meningitis.
Doctors delivered the disheartening news that he might not make
it out of the hospital alive and attributed his infection to a
weak immune system.
Top 16 chilling food additives
(NaturalNews) The FDA keeps a list of over 700 food additives
that are generally recognized as safe, or GRAS.... The FDA does
not, however, advertise the fact that many of these additive
have never been tested. To make matters worse, the agency allows
the use of substances that are known to be harmful.
Could This Be the REAL Reason Beef Is Associated with Heart
Dr. Mercola - One of the reasons I stress the importance of only
eating organic, grass-fed beef is because animals raised in
confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are given unnatural
inferior feed loaded with antibiotics... Many of these drugs are
administered for prophylactic purposes to prevent illness, and
others are given as growth promoters. Zilmax (Zilpaterol) is one
12 examples that prove the average American is actually insane
(NaturalNews) What is insanity? According to the DSM-V, the
psychiatrist's bible of clinical diagnoses, insanity constitutes
delusions - fixed, false beliefs about reality. The victim holds
to these beliefs in spite of obvious evidence to the contrary.
12 natural ways to achieve amazing hair
(NaturalNews) Both men and women can suffer from hair loss.
Health problems and genetics can play a role in hair loss, but
there are some natural things that can be done to help grow
Pocket UAVs for over-the-next-hill surveillance in U.S. Army’s
future; Norwegian company to design infantry micro-drones
StratRisks - U.S. Army researchers are asking a Norwegian
company to develop a pocket-sized helicopter drone to provide a
personal reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for
infantrymen and Special Forces warfighters.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
VIDEO: Nick Maravell on FOX 5's "Dr. Oz" Show, Tues. at 4-5 pm
Given his outspoken views on genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
and his three decades of experience as an organic farmer, Nick
Maravell was contacted recently by the "Dr. Oz Show". Now
Nick's Organic Farm will be part of a segment that addresses
the issues surrounding GMOs and pesticides. It will be aired
tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. on Fox Channel 5.
VIDEO: NYPD tries to stop longboard skaters during
Broadway Bomb, fails miserably
Network A - The Broadway Bomb brings together more
than 2,500 longboard skaters each year in New York
City to push eight miles through Manhattan, from
West 116th Street to the Charging Bull in the
Financial District.... This year the NYPD busted out
the orange netting to try and corrall the skaters.
They failed miserably. It was so bad that someone
set the folly to the music from Benny Hill and it
couldn’t be more appropriate.
- November 4, 2013 - Today In History:
1842 - Abraham Lincoln married Mary Todd in Springfield, IL.
1846 - The patent for the artificial leg is granted to Benjamin Palmer.
1880 - James and John Ritty patented the first cash register.
1922 - In Egypt, Howard Carter discovered the entry of the lost tomb of
1924 - Nellie T. Ross of Wyoming was elected America's first woman
governor, serving out the remaining term of her late husband, William B.
1939 - At the 40th National Automobile Show the first air-conditioned
car was put on display.
1942 - During World War II, Axis forces retreated from El Alamein in
North Africa. It was a major victory for the British.
1970 - Former King Peter II of Yugoslavia died in Denver, CO. He was the
first European king or queen to die and to be buried in the U.S.
1979 - Iranian militants seized the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took 63
Americans hostage (90 total hostages). The militants, mostly students,
demanded that the U.S. send the former shah back to Iran to stand trial.
Many hostages were later released, but 52 were held for the next 14
1981 - The second scheduled flight of the space shuttle Columbia was
canceled with only 31 seconds left in the countdown.
1989 - About a million East Germans filled the streets of East Berlin in
a pro-democracy rally.
1990 - Iraq issued a statement saying it was prepared to fight a
"dangerous war" rather than give up Kuwait.
1991 - Ronald Reagan opened his presidential library in Simi Valley, CA.
The dedication ceremony was attended by President Bush and former U.S.
presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford and Richard M. Nixon. It was the
1st gathering of 5 U.S. chief executives.
1999 - The United Nations imposed economic sanctions against the Taliban
that controlled most of Afghanistan. The sanctions were imposed because
the Taliban had refused to turn over Osama bin Laden, who had been
charged with masterminding the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in
Kenya and Tanzania.
2001 - Hurricane Michelle hit Cuba destroying crops and thousands of
homes. The United States made the gesture of sending humanitarian aid.
On December 16, 2001, Cuba received the first commercial food shipment
from the U.S. in nearly 40 years.
SNC sets preconditions for Geneva talks
Press TV - The head of the foreign-backed Syrian opposition says the
group will attend the peace talks planned for this month in Geneva only
if there is a clear timeframe for President Bashar al-Assad to step
CIA drones kill Pakistani Taliban leader
McClatchy - CIA drones on Friday killed the chief of the Pakistani
Taliban, Hakimullah Mehsud, when they fired on a compound in the
northwestern tribal agency of North Waziristan, according to Pakistani
security officials and two commanders of the extremist group. At least
two other people were killed.
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Pakistan starts peace talks with Taliban
Obama, Iraq’s Maliki pledge to combat al Qaida aggression
McClatchy - President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al
Maliki met Friday to discuss how their nations might “push back” against
a recent spate of violence in Iraq by al Qaida. Neither leader made any
new announcements for U.S. commitments.
Australia and US spied on Indonesia during UN summit - report
RT - Australia and the US worked side by side on a large-scale joint
surveillance operation on Indonesia, during the 2007 UN climate change
conference in Bali, a new report from the NSA leaker, Edward Snowden,
More than 10,000 French protesters clash with police over ‘ecotax’
RT - Thousands of people rallied in the town of Quimper in France’s
Brittany region on Saturday calling for a complete end to the
controversial “ecotax.” Police fired tear gas after demonstrators hurled
stones and iron bars.
Edward Snowden Releases “A Manifesto For The Truth”
Zero Hedge - “Citizens have to fight against the suppression of
information about affairs of essential importance for the public,”
Snowden said in his five-paragraph manifesto. Hence, “those who speak
the truth are not committing a crime.” Even with the existence of mass
surveillance, spying should not define politics, Snowden said.
Earthquake hits close to Fukushima, tremors felt as far as Tokyo
RT - A 5.0 earthquake was registered on Japan’s east cost in a
prefecture neighboring Fukushima. It comes as a top Japanese politician
called for acknowledgement of the fact that some Fukushima evacuees
would never be able to return to the area.
US vows to consult Israel on Iran deal
Press TV - The US chief nuclear negotiator has reassured Israel that
Washington will consult with Tel Aviv about any deal the world powers
reach with Iran over its nuclear program.
VIDEO: Israel to raze more Palestinian homes
Press TV - Israel has revealed new plans for demolition of Palestinian
houses in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the occupied West Bank, which
will leave thousands of Palestinians homeless.
Morsi’s trial adjourned in Egypt as defendants chant anti-military
RT - A Cairo court has adjourned the trial of ousted President Morsi
over refusing his prison uniform and the defendants' chanting "Down with
the military rule". Morsi and 14 others face charges of inciting the
killing of protesters in clashes.
President Putin signs law requiring terrorists’ relatives to pay for
RT - Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law a bill that
forces relatives of terrorists to pay for damages caused by their
attacks. It also boosts penalties for launching, participating, or
financing militant or terrorist groups.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
VIDEO: Court strikes down birth control mandate
The Hill - A federal appeals court on Friday struck down the
birth control mandate in ObamaCare, concluding the requirement
trammels religious freedom. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals —
the second most influential bench in the land behind the Supreme
Court — ruled 2-1 in favor of business owners who are fighting
the requirement that they provide their employees with health
insurance that covers birth control.
Document Reveals Talking Points for Defenders of NSA Spying
AllGov - Following the first news reports in June of domestic
spying on Americans’ communications, the National Security
Agency (NSA) handed out new talking points (pdf) to its top
officials urging them to cite the 9/11 attacks as justification
for the agency’s controversial surveillance activities.
VIDEO: Judge Napolitano: “The NSA Is Utterly Out Of Control!”
Liberty Crier - Judge Andrew Napolitano joined Fox News’ The
Real Story and said pointedly, “The NSA is utterly out of
control and either the president doesn’t know what they’re
doing, in which case he’s not in charge of the executive branch,
or he’s misleading the American public.”
AP slams WH for staged photos; tells press not to use Obama's
BizPac Review - The Associated Press’ photography director,
Santiago Lyon, outed the Obama regime for refusing press
photographers access to the White House and instead routinely
handing over images taken privately by his own photographers.
Lyon called the material “propaganda”...
Police say LAX shooting suspect carried anti-government ‘new
world order’ literature
Activist Post - The man suspected of killing a TSA agent and
wounding two others at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
on Friday was carrying what reports call “anti-government
literature” during the shooting, according to anonymous police
* Related Article:
LAX Shooter Branded a Conspiracy Theorist
TSA Shooting Narrative Disintegrates
Kurt Nimmo - The LAX TSA shooting story is beginning to fall
apart as the government and its propaganda dispensing media
jostle to exploit the incident as a pretext to further
militarize TSA procedures and also demonize official enemies,
including Alex Jones and Glenn Beck.... Eye witness and official
government versions of event do not coincide.
L.A. Ontario Airport ‘October Drill’ Nearly Identical to LAX
21stcenturywire.com - Los Angeles Airport Police Department and
the Los Angeles Police Department took part in an ‘active
shooter drill‘ on Saturday, October the 2nd 2013 at L.A./Ontario
Drivers: Officers Profiling Specific Cars For Searches
wsbtv.com - ew kind of profiling that could leave you sitting on
the side of the road while officers search your car. Four
families, an attorney, and even an officer told investigative
reporter Jodie Fleischer that officers are violating drivers'
rights based on the type of cars they drive.
YouTube: Listen to a Stranger....Gangstalking, this how they do
The way how the Gangs talkers work, manipulating people to harm
others, you can see how easy it is to deceive, poison, corrupt
people into committing a crime against an innocent person,
impersonating an authority figure.
The Fastest Growing Religion In America Is Witchcraft
Michael Snyder - What is the fastest growing religion in the
United States? If you said Christianity, you would be way off.
In fact, the most recent numbers show that Christianity is in a
serious state of decline in America. If you said Islam, you are
much closer to a correct answer. Islam is the fastest growing
major religion in the United States. But there is a faith that
is growing even faster than Islam. It is called Wicca, and it is
currently growing at an astounding pace.
VIDEO: Obamacare Architect Ezekiel Emanuel: "Individual
Insurance Market Is Going Away"
thegatewaypundit.com - Obamacare architect Ezekiel Emanuel, a
former adviser to the Obama White House, admitted today that, if
Democrats have their way, the individual insurance market is
You Also Can't Keep Your Doctor
WSJ - My grievance is not political; all my energies are
directed to enjoying life and staying alive, and I have no time
for politics. For almost seven years I have fought and survived
stage-4 gallbladder cancer, with a five-year survival rate of
less than 2% after diagnosis. I am a determined fighter and
extremely lucky. But this luck may have just run out: My
affordable, lifesaving medical insurance policy has been
canceled effective Dec. 31.
U.S. government may force doctors to accept Obamacare and
Medicare patients, eventually at gunpoint
(NaturalNews) Word from the street is that Kathleen Murphy, a
democrat running for the House, wants to make it a legal
requirement that doctors accept Medicare and Obamacare patients.
Many doctors, of course, have already announced that will not
accept such patients because they would go bankrupt if they did.
IRS to Jail Woman Who Owes $0 in Taxes, Seeks Jury Nullification
Activist Post - Doreen Hendrickson is spending what might be the
last weekend she has with her family for a few years. On Monday,
her jury is expected to return with a verdict on her contempt
charge. If she’s found guilty, she will go to jail. The IRS put
her husband Pete in jail for 3 years; it is anxious to do the
same to Doreen.
Obama Told Aides He’s Gotten “Really Good At Killing People.”
randpaulreview.com - Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s book
“Double Down: Game Change 2012” notes President Obama commenting
on drone strikes, reportedly telling his aides that he’s “really
good at killing people.” The quote from the book was first
reported in Peter Hamby’s review in the Washington Post.
Photo Of Dummy Presented As Wounded LAX Shooter By Media
Blacklisted News - The New York Post has just released an
insanely ridiculous photo claiming to show the Los Angeles
airport (LAX) shooter lying on the ground in a pool of his own
blood. Anyone who has even just a little bit of common sense
should be able to discern that this is completely faked.
Alabama Airport Evacuated Due to Threat
Infowars - The evacuation occurred two days after a mentally
disturbed man allegedly killed a TSA agent at LAX in Los
Angeles, California. It is not know if the incident in Alabama
is related to the TSA or terrorism.
New York Marathon Runners Get TSA Treatment
Kurt Nimmo - New York cops had a tough job today. They
“screened” 45,000 runners at the New York Marathon. In addition
to the TSA treatment at the start line, the runners were
monitored by 1,500 surveillance cameras. Around a hundred mobile
cameras filled any gaps.
YouTube: Luke Rudkowski's hotel broken into computer compromised
We think its best that we make this public for the safety of
Luke Rudkowski during his travels abroad....
10 Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Buy, 6 Media
Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Read or Watch
Blacklisted News - PolicyMic explains ... Ten mega corporations
control the output of almost everything you buy; from household
products to batteries. These corporations create the chain of
supplies that flow from one another. Each chain begins at one of
the 10 super companies.
U.S. Gives 1/3 of Puerto Rico Food Stamps
conservativeinfidel.com - As if it weren’t bad enough that a
record 47.7 million people—and growing—get food stamps from the
U.S. government, federal records reveal that a whopping 1/3 of
Puerto Rico’s population receives them.
Tide Thefts, Cargo Hijacking And Cattle Rustling: Why Is An
Epidemic Of Thievery Sweeping America?
Economic Collapse - Desperate people do desperate things, and it
appears that Americans are rapidly becoming a lot more
desperate. An epidemic of thievery is sweeping across America,
and authorities are not quite sure what to make of it.
Navy SEALs ordered to remove ‘don’t tread on me’ Navy Jack from
Daily Caller - The
Navy Jack is the ‘don’t tread on me’ flag, one that has
earned a revered place in America’s naval history and a beloved
place in sailor’s hearts, through its use for over two
Welfare Recipients Receive More Benefits than Permanently
Disabled Combat Vet and Still Not Happy
conservativeinfidel.com - There is a different group of people
in America who are also receiving benefits from the government.
However, this group of people have not served their country in
war, and even more amazing, they are receiving more in benefits
than our disabled combat veterans! And on top of that? They are
still complaining and demanding more!
Obama Uses Executive Order in Sweeping Takeover of Nation's
Climate Change Policies
Fox News - Through the stroke of a pen, President Obama on
Friday used his executive powers to elevate and take control of
climate change policies in an attempt to streamline
sustainability initiatives – and potentially skirt legislative
oversight and push a federal agenda on states. Read the
Executive Order here.
Fuked! West Coast Evacuation May Be Needed – “Most Terrifying
Situation I Can Imagine”
(Before It's News) The story below from ENENews is eye opening
and tells the latest ‘worst case scenario’ coming out of
Fukushima Japan from an award-winning scientist who warns us
that the entire West Coast of America might have to be evacuated
due to Fukushima and the fuel rod crisis at reactor #4. Calling
what is happening now ‘the most terrifying situation I can
imagine’, environmental expert David Suzuki also talks about the
unfolding Fukushima disaster in the video below.
Heart Vein Opening Recipe
foodlve.com -Are You Suffering from Heart Diseases? Or have you
been advised to undergo Angiography or Bypass? Please Wait...
Before you undergo Angiography or Bypass treatment, you must try
with confidence this remedy.
FDA Overrules Expert Panel to Approve High-Potency Painkiller
AllGov - The day after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
announced a new effort to limit the prescription of painkillers
by doctors, the agency ignored its own experts’ advice and
approved a new drug said to be 10 times more powerful than
4 Ways to Protect the Liver from Prescription Drug Damage
Natural Society - There are hundreds of pharmaceuticals which
can cause acute liver damage, and others which are definitely
not kind to this extremely important organ of the body (which is
in charge of over 500 bodily functions).
Micro-Algae Passes Cancer-Fighting Test
Natural Blaze - The researchers discovered that there was a 70%
increased apoptotic rate in liver cancer cells treated with CVE
[Chlorella vulgaris extract ]compared to normal cells. What’s
more, CVE managed to inhibit anti-apoptotic proteins in cancer
cells while leaving the normal cells’ self-destruct mechanisms
Discover the amazing healing power of oregano
(NaturalNews) Seductively aromatic and bountiful in flavor,
oregano is one of the most commonly used herbs in the world. But
beyond the rich zest it adds to food, oregano is also a
nutritional and medicinal powerhouse, regarded by many as one of
nature's perfect antibiotics.
USDA seeks to poison consumers by contaminating almonds with
(NaturalNews) The Almond Board says five methods of
"pasteurization" are allowed. They include: oil roasting, dry
roasting, blanching, steam processing and, incredibly, the use
of propylene oxide (PPO), which is, according to the
Environmental Protection Agency, a "probable human carcinogen."
Conventional Chicken Found to be Highly Contaminated with
Natural Society - A new study published in Environmental Health
Perspectives (EHP) indicates inorganic arsenic (iAs) isn’t only
in U.S. chicken, but it’s in most U.S. chicken. While the study
focused on chicken treated by roxarsone, another
arsenic-creating drug is on the market and being used in chicken
production, indicating that the problem is still relevant.
Household Spice Protects Against Radiation Treatment's Horrible
Green Med Info - The humble spice turmeric, in doses available
for pennies a day, has been found to reduce one of the most
devastating side effects of radiation treatment for head and
Use this Common Fruit Juice to Boost Heart and Cardiovascular
Natural Society - Phytonutrients in cranberries have been shown
to greatly improve cardiovascular health, by not allowing
bacteria or plaque to collect in urinary tracts.
The Grain That Damages The Human Brain
Green Med Info - With increasing recognition among medical
professionals and the lay public alike that the health of gut
and brain are intimately connected (i.e. the 'gut-brain' axis),
the concept that gluten-containing grains can damage the human
brain is beginning to be taken more seriously.
Improving Mood Naturally: 7 Natural Ways to Release ‘Feel-Good’
Natural Society - Endorphins are the natural ‘feel-good’
chemicals released by your brain when you are happy; you feel
connected to others and you feel like you could conquer the
world. These neurotransmitters produced in the brain work to
reduce pain and suffering, says Alan Hirsch, MD, neurological
director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation
4 November Superfoods to Enjoy this Autumn
Natural Society - You can still be healthy during unhealthy
autumn months. Here are 4 health-boosting foods in-season in
Unusual tropical fruit proves 10,000 times more effective at
treating cancer than chemotherapy
(NaturalNews) Scientific research published in the Journal of
Natural Products back in 1996 revealed, perhaps for the first
time ever, that graviola, and graviola seeds in particular,
contain a cytotoxic compound that is literally 10,000 times more
potent than common chemotherapy drug Adriamycin at treating
Lockheed Martin announces plans for SR-72 hypersonic spy drone
Aircraft experts and military aficionados have cause to rejoice
now that Lockheed Martin has debuted the SR-72 unmanned spy
plane, the long-awaited successor to the SR-71 Blackbird and
potentially the first hypersonic craft to enter service.
The Government Is Researching How To Use Technology To Change
Your Religious Beliefs
Michael Snyder - We would probably know very little about the
development of this technology if a whistleblower had not
recently come forward. The following is a YouTube video in which
investigative reporter Ben Swann interviews this whistleblower
and explains what the U.S. government is actually trying to do.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Neonicotinoids kill honey bees by deactivating their immune
(NaturalNews) Published in the journal Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences, this latest study reveals that
neonicotinoid pesticides like clothianidin, a systemic pesticide
commonly sprayed on crop seeds, deactivate bees' immune systems,
rendering them unable to naturally fight off various bacterial
and viral illnesses.
Are You Exposing Your Pet to This Thyroid Ravager?
Dr. Becker - When researchers looked at blood levels of this
contaminant, cats had levels up to 100 times, and dogs up to 10
times higher than humans. It's found in your home in places
you'd never expect, and it's linked to the growing problem of
thyroid disease in cats.
VIDEO: 9-year-old self-taught opera singer beautifully performs
on Holland’s Got Talent
Watch a lovely and amazing rendition of “O Mio Babbino Caro”
from Puccini’s opera “Gianni Schicchi” sung by 9-year-old
soprano Amira Willighagen, who taught herself to perform opera
using YouTube tutorials…
- November 1, 2013 - Today In History:
1765 - The British Parliament enacted The Stamp Act in the American
colonies. The act was repealed in March of 1766.
1800 - U.S. President John Adams became the first president to live in
the White House when he moved in.
1848 - The first medical school for women, founded by Samuel Gregory,
opened in Boston, MA. The Boston Female Medical School later merged with
Boston University School of Medicine.
1861 - Gen. George B. McClellan was made the general-in-chief of the
American Union armies.
1864 - The U.S. Post Office started selling money orders. The money
orders provided a safe way to payments by mail.
1894 - "Billboard Advertising" was published for the first time. It
later became known as "Billboard."
1904 - The Army War College in Washington, DC, enrolled the first class.
1911 - Italy used planes to drop bombs on the Tanguira oasis in Libya.
It was the first aerial bombing.
1950 - Two Puerto Rican nationalists tried to assassinate U.S. President
Harry Truman. One of the men was killed when they tried to force their
way into Blair House in Washington, DC.
1952 - The United States exploded the first hydrogen bomb on Eniwetok
Atoll in the Marshall Islands.
1963 - The USSR launched Polyot I. It was the first satellite capable of
maneuvering in all directions and able to change its orbit.
1968 - The movie rating system of G, M, R, X, followed by PG-13 and
NC-17 went into effect.
1973 - Leon Jaworski was appointed the new Watergate special prosecutor
in the Watergate case.
1979 - Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini urged all Iranians to demonstrate on
November 4 and to expand their attacks against the U.S. and Israel. On
November 4, Iranian militants seized the U.S. embassy in Tehran and took
63 Americans hostage.
1989 - Tens of thousands of refugees to fled to the West when East
Germany reopened its border with Czechoslovakia.
1989 - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega announced the end of a
cease-fire with the Contra rebels.
1995 - In Dayton, OH, the Bosnian peace talks opened with the leaders of
Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia present.
1998 - Nicaraguan Vice President Enrique Bolanos announced that between
1,000 and 1,500 people were buried in a 32-square mile area below the
slopes of the Casita volcano in northern Nicaragua by a mudslide caused
by Hurricane Mitch.
1998 - Iridium inaugurated the first handheld, global satellite phone
and paging system.
Israeli planes strike Syrian military base - US official confirms to
RT - Israeli warplanes struck a Syrian air defense base near the port
city of Latakia on Thursday, US official have confirmed to media. An
Obama administration official told AP that the attack happened overnight
on Thursday, but provided no details. Another security official told the
news agency that it took place in the Syrian port city of Latakia, and
that the targets were Russian-made SA-125 missiles.
* Related Article:
Israel Strikes Syria Again
Pakistan starts peace talks with Taliban
Press TV - Pakistani Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif says his
government has started dialogue with the Taliban in the hope of stopping
the death of people and police forces.
EU calls for suspension of multi-billion ‘Safe Harbor’ deal over NSA
RT - EU leaders are calling for the suspension of a trade pact with the
US worth billions of dollars over NSA spying. The 28-nation bloc
suspects the so-called ‘Safe Harbor’ deal is being undermined by US
espionage and has demanded safeguards for EU citizens.
China demands US explanation on spying charges
Press TV - China has demanded explanation from the US after a report
revealed that Australian embassies, including the one in Beijing, have
been used in Washington’s spying operations.
Snowden ready to testify in Merkel tapping case – German lawmaker
RT - Whistleblower Edward Snowden has met with a German MP in Moscow. He
passed a letter addressed to the German government and federal public
prosecutor where he allegedly said he is ready to testify over
Washington's probable wiretapping of Merkel’s phone.
Snowden to work for major Russian website - lawyer
RT - Former US spy agency contractor, Edward Snowden, is set to start
working for an Internet site in Russia, according to his Russian lawyer.
The name of the website hasn’t been disclosed for “security reasons.”
Anonymous Fukushima Workers: We dumped untested water last typhoon,
could be criminal...
ENENews - The other day when a typhoon hit, heavy rain almost caused the
water in the drain to overflow. [...] We were accused of not measuring
the radiation before we released, but there was a reason why we didn’t
measure; depending on the result of the measurement it would have been a
Fukushima taboo? Politician draws Japanese Emperor into nuclear
RT - An anti-nuclear lawmaker broke a taboo, drawing heavy criticism in
Japan, by handing the Emperor a letter of concern over the issue of the
growing Fukushima radiation and the impact on children’s health.
Mysterious Hooded Men & Occult Circles Appear Globally
Paul Joseph Watson - Who are these mysterious hooded men that have been
showing up at soccer games in Europe wearing occult-style symbolic
robes? The answer could also serve to inform us about what’s behind the
secretive ‘Google Barges’ being built on the east and west coast of
The blame game: NSA chief points finger at US diplomats in spy scandal
RT - In an unexpected twist in the NSA scandal, spy chief Keith
Alexander has blamed US diplomats for ordering surveillance on EU
politicians. Meanwhile, State Secretary John Kerry has admitted
espionage “reached too far,” alleging it was on “automatic pilot.”
Is China Exporting Household Goods with Spy Devices in Them?
Activist Post - Reports are emerging from the Russian state media that
ordinary looking clothing irons imported from China were found to be
bugged with microphones and devices that would attempt to connect to any
WI-FI source within 650 feet in order to upload a virus that would
effect any computer connected to the same network.
All-Time High Unemployment: The Economic Depression In Europe Just Keeps
Economic Collapse - The unemployment rate in the eurozone is higher than
it has ever been before. This week we learned that eurozone unemployment
came in at an all-time high of 12.2 percent for September.
Taiwan detects US beef with banned feed additive
Voice of Russia - A 300-kilogram shipment was found to contain
zilpaterol hydrochloride--a feed additive known by the brand name Zilmax
and barred by some Asian and European countries--when beef tenderloin
products were tested by officials in Taiwan's Taoyuan County, according
to the US Meat Export Federation.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Food stamp Amount Chart
SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: AVERAGE MONTHLY
BENEFIT PER HOUSEHOLD
US Army and China disaster relief exercise in Hawaii same time
as GridEx II / GridSecCon
(Hawaii News Now) – HONOLULU (AP) – The U.S. Army will host
China’s military in Hawaii next month for an annual disaster
relief exercise. U.S. Army Pacific said Wednesday the two
countries will practice providing humanitarian assistance and
disaster relief to a fictional third country during the Nov.
CSPOA Press Release - Today, October 31, 2013, Sheriff Nick
Finch won his case in a farce of trial in Liberty County,
Sheriff Nick Finch Reinstated After Jury Acquits
WCTV - It took a jury less than an hour-and-a-half to come back
with a verdict in the official misconduct trial of the former
Liberty County sheriff. That verdict was not guilty; and Nick
Finch has already been reinstated as sheriff.
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Sheriff Mack: Judge Looks to Make An Example...
Rand Paul: NSA may spy on Obama
The Hill - In an interview with Bloomberg, Paul noted that the
NSA has acknowledged that it collects data, such as phone
numbers, call times and call durations, on all U.S. phone calls.
"My question is, are they tapping the president's phone, also?"
Paul asked on Bloomberg's "Political Capital." "He's got a
cellphone … I mean, think about it."
Ted Cruz criticizes DOJ for arguing international treaty can
trump the Constitution
Washington Examiner - Justice Department attorneys are advancing
an argument at the Supreme Court that could allow the government
to invoke international treaties as a legal basis for policies
such as gun control that conflict with the U.S. Constitution,
according to Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.
Obama halted NSA spying on IMF and World Bank headquarters
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama has ordered the National
Security Agency to stop eavesdropping on the headquarters of the
International Monetary Fund and World Bank as part of a review
of intelligence gathering activities, according to a U.S.
official familiar with the matter.
Closed Senate committee passes bill that cements bulk NSA record
RT - In a closed session, the US Senate Intelligence Committee
approved legislation that codifies into law the NSA’s bulk
collection of domestic telephone metadata.
Report: Obamacare got six enrollees on Day 1
yahoo.com - Its touted the number of visitors to the troubled
HealthCare.gov website – 4.7 million – but hasn't released the
actual number of enrollments. But according to CBS News, notes
from a "war room" meeting the day after the Affordable Care Act
launched on Oct. 1 say "six enrollments have occurred so far."
By the end of Day 2, enrollments totaled 248 nationwide.
Top Hospitals Opt Out of Obamacare
U.S. News & World Report - Though top-ranked hospitals like Case
Medical Center accept plans from dozens of private insurers, if
you buy your insurance on the Obamacare exchanges your options
for treatment may be limited.
Court overrules religion: Catholic business owners must offer
contraceptive services under Obamacare
(NaturalNews) Whether "religious" or not, everyone is free to
experience, think and believe how they want, especially when it
comes to their healthcare and the healthcare services their
business offers and pays for.
Citigroup Written Legislation Moves Through the House of
libertyblitzkrieg.com - Five years after the Wall Street coup of
2008, it appears the U.S. House of Representatives is as bought
and paid for as ever. We heard about the Citigroup crafted
legislation currently being pushed through Congress back in May
when Mother Jones reported on it. Fortunately, they included the
following image in their article...
United Nations To Destroy Property Rights of Thousands Around
Kit Daniels - UNESCO won’t grant Alamo “World Heritage” status
without property restrictions in “buffer zone.”
US court blocks NYPD stop-and-frisk ruling and removes judge
The Guardian - A federal appeals court has blocked a judge's
ruling that demanded changes to the New York police department's
controversial stop-and-frisk policy and ordered she be removed
from the case.
Hallmark Nixes Word “Gay” From “Deck the Halls” Lyrics
nbclosangeles.com - Out with "gay" and in with "fun." Those are
the directives from a popular card and keepsake company giving a
centuries-old Christmas carol a modern makeover because without
the change, the company said, the word’s multiple meanings
"could leave our intent open to misinterpretation."
Bonus bite: Wall Street bankers fear lower pay in 2013
RT - Only half of Wall Street bankers expect a bonus larger than
the average $121,900 awarded last year, and senior employees
could receive massive pay cuts if fourth quarter results aren’t
on a par with the first three.
Jim Sinclair: Gold Will Be $50,000 Per Ounce, Gold Confiscation,
Dollar Gets Hammered
usawatchdog.com - Renowned gold expert Jim Sinclair says
financial calamity is just around the corner for America.
Sinclair contends, “We are facing the annihilation of currency.
We are facing the shift of America as the leading and most
influential nation of the world to some form of banana republic.
. . .
Why There Are No New Jobs In America
Activist Post - This animated clip was released by Stansberry
Media in early November 2012. It was created in the wake of
President Obama’s infamous “you didn’t build that” speech from
earlier that year, which many entrepreneurs took as a slap in
the face and made a mockery of their hard work and dedication
towards designing, building, and growing their businesses.
When Veterans Get Food Stamps Cut, It's Time to Prioritize Our
Huffington Post - On Friday, unless Congress acts (which would
be an exception, not a norm), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP) benefits, or food stamps, will be cut for as many
as 900,000 veterans and their families, according to a study by
the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Eyes of the Nation on Colorado Towns’ Fracking Fight
Common Dreams - In what many are calling the new “ground zero”
in the national fight against fracking, the toxic gas and oil
extracting process is on the ballot in four Colorado towns where
citizens are taking on the heavyweights of the fossil fuel
Documents Reveal “Chemtrails” Originated at Department of
Veterans Today - Contrary to rumors of “conspiracy theory”, the
Department of Defense first published “Chemtrails” in 1990 as
the title to a chemistry course for new pilots attending the
esteemed US Air Force Academy.
Wind turbines making people sick with mysterious illnesses
(NaturalNews) When Edward and Sue Hobart first built their dream
home on six beautiful acres of land in Falmouth, a small town on
Massachusetts' southern coast, they had no idea that one day
they would be forced to abandon it due to local "green" energy
Marcellus Shale fracking wells use 5 million gallons of water
Grist - According to a new report, each of the thousands of
fracking wells drilled to draw gas and oil out of the Marcellus
Shale formation in those two states uses an average of 4.1 to
5.6 million gallons of fresh water. That’s more than the amount
of water used by fracking wells in three other big shale
formations around the country.
7 Ways to Conquer the Battle of the Bulge
Natural Blaze - Normally, a bloated stomach is nothing to be
alarmed about. It isn’t a dangerous or life-threatening
condition. It can, however, make you feel decidedly
uncomfortable. A bulging mid-drift can make you look and feel
miserable if it becomes a chronic occurrence.
Sweet Potato Greens Inhibit Cancer Cell Growth by 69%
Natural Society - A 2011 study has found that sweet potato
greens extract (SPGE) may soon become a valuable tool in the
fight against cancer. The study found that SPGE not only
‘remarkably inhibited’ the growth and progression of cancer
cells, but the administration of SPGE led to absolutely no
toxicity, unlike mainstream cancer solutions.
Bananas: 4 Reasons they are Gaining the Title of “Superfood”
Natural Society - There are many contenders out there for the
title of “the perfect food”, and bananas are just one that has
been associated with this rank.
Pumpkins lower blood glucose levels, shrink enlarged prostates
and prevent male hair loss
(NaturalNews) Pumpkins and pumpkin seed oil have alkaloids,
flavonoids, and three different essential fatty acids. Not only
is pumpkin full of antioxidants, the autumn squash has
anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-diabetic
properties, as well.
Top 10 super foods that soothe stress
(NaturalNews) It's a fact. Chronic stress affects your appetite.
For some, stress reduces appetite and for others stress causes
ravaging hunger. Either way, you need healthy, organic food that
soothes stress so that your body can cope. This is the very best
form of medication.
Spirulina supplementation improves academic performance in
(NaturalNews) Did you know that, among its many benefits,
spirulina has also been shown to improve academic performance in
schoolchildren? Spirulina is the name given to more than 40,000
varieties of spiral-shaped, blue-green algae that are consumed
as nutritional supplements, typically in powdered or tablet
Revealing your data: Facebook prepares to track screen cursors
RINF - Facebook is a step away from tracking cursors on your
computer and portable device screens to understand your tastes
better, the company’s top official has vouched in an interview.
The project is part of a huge increase in the volume of data
Adobe Security Breach Could Affect As Many As 150 Million Users
Activist Post - The Adobe security breach allowed hackers access
to private information belonging to nearly 3 million customers.
The data that was accessed included user IDs and passwords,
customer names, credit card details and customer order
How To Hide Your House From Google Maps
Off The Grid - The bad news is that there is no way to keep your
address off of Google Maps. The good news is that you can get
Google to blur out your property so Google Maps users will not
see it. Here’s the process which is outlined at Google.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
7 Solutions to Common Compost Problems
Organic Gardening - Too soggy? Too dry? Too many bugs? Here's
what to do.