March 31, 2014 - Today In History:
1854 - The U.S. government signed the Treaty of
Kanagawa with Japan. The act opened the ports of
Shimoda and Hakotade to American trade.
1862 - Skirmishing between Rebels and Union forces
took place at Island 10 on the Mississippi River.
1870 - In Perth Amboy, NJ, Thomas Munday Peterson
became the first black to vote in the U.S.
1880 - Wabash, IN, became the first town to be
completely illuminated with electric light.
1889 - In Paris, the Eiffel Tower officially opened.
1917 - The U.S. purchased and took possession of the
Virgin Islands from Denmark for $25 million.
1918 - For the first time in the U.S., Daylight
Saving Time went into effect.
1932 - The Ford Motor Co. debuted its V-8 engine.
1939 - Britain and France agreed to support Poland
if Germany threatened invasion.
1940 - La Guardia airport in New York officially
opened to the public.
1949 - Winston Churchill declared that the A-bomb
was the only thing that kept the U.S.S.R. from
taking over Europe.
1958 - The U.S. Navy formed the atomic submarine
1966 - An estimated 200,000 anti-war demonstrators
march in New York City. (New York)
1967 - U.S. President Lyndon Johnson signed the
Consular Treaty, the first bi-lateral pact with the
Soviet Union since the Bolshevik Revolution.
1970 - The U.S. forces in Vietnam down a MIG-21, it
was the first since September 1968.
1980 - U.S. President Carter deregulated the banking
1991 - Iraqi forces recaptured the northern city of
Kirkuk from Kurdish guerillas.
1998 - U.N. Security Council imposed arms embargo on
1998 - For the first time in U.S. history the
federal government's detailed financial statement
was released. This occurred under the Clinton
1999 - Three U.S. soldiers were captured by Yugoslav
soldiers three miles from the Yugoslav border in
2004 - Air America Radio launched five stations
around the U.S.
2004 - Google Inc. announced that it would be
introducing a free e-mail service called Gmail.
2005 - Terri Schiavo died at a hospice in Pinellas
Park, Fla., 13 days after her feeding tube was
removed in a wrenching right-to-die dispute.
BLOCKBUSTER: THIS IS ACCURATE AND NOW 100 PERCENT CONFIRMED: HIJACKED
IBM ENGINEER PHILIP WOOD SUCCESSFULLY DIALED OUT OF DIEGO GARCIA -
Philip claimed to be blindfolded when he sent the message. When the
American military blindfolds someone, it is accomplished by putting a
bag over the head that is locked so you can't get it off. This left the
engineers hands free. This would have made it possible for him to pull
his Iphone 5 (a fact confirmed by the Exif data) out of his butt as
stated, and use the voice command ability of the Iphone to just talk to
it to log in and post the message. This explains why he sent a black
photo, he could not see what he was sending, he just knew he snapped a
photo and sent whatever got taken.
Russia carries out massive nuclear war exercise involving 10,000 troops
The Independent - The drill, which utilised over 30 military units and
1000 pieces of equipment, was to ensure that Russia’s Strategic Missile
Forces are prepared to conduct offensive operations in the event of a
massive and simultaneous international use of nuclear weapons.
House Intel Boss: Putin Looking to Invade Eastern Europe
Kurt Nimmo - Rep. Mike Rogers, a Michigan Republican and the chairman of
the House Intelligence Committee, told Fox News today Russian President
Vladimir Putin is preparing to invade Ukraine and other nations in
Eastern Europe. Rogers made the claim despite a complete lack of
Watch This Reaction: Putin Laughs Right In This Journalist’s Face
Mac Slavo - When an interviewer recently confronted Vladimir Putin about
Europe’s American-made missile defense system, the President of the
Russian Federation couldn’t help but laugh right in his face. According
to the journalist, NATO’s missile defense system is pointed at and
designed to protect Europe from the nuclear threat posed by Iran, not
Israeli Supreme Court to hear war crimes case against top officials –
RT - In a unique hearing next week, the Israeli Supreme Court will be
presented with a petition that reportedly contains evidence implicating
a number of high ranking officials in war crimes during military
operations in Lebanon and Gaza, Al Jazeera reports.
British components in North Korean rockets, UN finds
The Telegraph - Sanctions against the secretive state have not stopped
it from sourcing parts from the UK, US and South Korea for its rockets.
North Korea built the Unha-3 rocket, one of the most important missiles
in its arsenal, using British, American and South Korean components,
United Nations experts have concluded.
GCHQ and NSA Targeted Private German Companies
Spiegel - Documents show that Britain's GCHQ intelligence service
infiltrated German Internet firms and America's NSA obtained a court
order to spy on Germany and collected information about the chancellor
in a special database. Is it time for the country to open a formal
China’s plan for global network of surveillance satellites spurred by
fruitless search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370
news.com.au - CHINA is considering a plan to cover the entire world with
a network of surveillance satellites. If it went ahead the plan could
see more than 50 observation satellites in orbit within two years, The
South China Morning Post reported. This would put the country’s
satellite surveillance capabilities on a par, or greater than, the US.
Two Ex-Vatican Bank Chiefs To Be Tried For Money Laundering
Business Insider - Italian prosecutors on Friday said two former top
executives at the Vatican bank will go on trial for money laundering,
while the bank's ex-chairman was declared innocent.
YouTube: Aid to Ukraine Is a Bad Deal For All
Ron Paul - Last week Congress overwhelmingly passed a bill approving a
billion dollars in aid to Ukraine and more sanctions on Russia. The bill
will likely receive the president’s signature within days. If you think
this is the last time US citizens will have their money sent to Ukraine,
you should think again. This is only the beginning....
Crimea to be special economic zone with tax breaks
RT - Moscow will make Crimea a special economic zone with tax breaks to
attract investors, Russian Prime Minister has announced at a government
session in Crimea’s capital Simferopol.
North Korea live-fire drill prompts South to return fire
The Telegraph - North Korea has started a live-fire drill near its
disputed maritime border with South Korea, further ratcheting up
tensions a day after threatening a "new form" of nuclear test.
Argentina To Receive $1 Billion Loan From Goldman Sachs
(Reuters) - (Reuters) - Argentina is closing in on a deal to receive
around $1 billion in loans from investment bank Goldman Sachs and is in
talks with other international banks about similar deals, local
newspaper Pagina/12 reported on Sunday.
‘Disobedience 2014’: Mass protest calls for an end to austerity in Spain
RT - Around 4,000 people have staged an act of “mass civil disobedience”
in the Catalonian city of Barcelona. Protesters hurled projectiles at
police and set fire to bins, while officers beat some activists with
batons in an effort to control the crowd.
Britain Has Started Stripping 'Terrorist Suspects' of Citizenship—Why
That's a Dangerous Precedent for the Rest of the World
AlterNet - The British government has turned to a disturbing new tool in
its zeal to prosecute the war on terror: stripping the citizenship of
those accused of terrorism. Over the past decade, 42 Britons have had
their citizenship stripped, according to a count by the Bureau of
Did some of Syria’s WMDs come from America?
Activist Post - There was a considerable debate about whether Saddam hid
some of his bio/chem weapons in Syria, to evade UN weapons inspectors.
If he did, then is it possible the current situation in Syria has a few
of its roots in the US? Is it possible some of Syria’s WMDs originally
came from America? Because, you see, the US supplied Saddam with bio/chem
Guinea battles to contain Ebola as Senegal closes its border
(AFP) - The European Union pledged 500,000 euros ($690,000) to fight the
contagion, while the Senegalese interior ministry said border crossings
to Guinea would be closed "until further notice".
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Maryland to reportedly abandon $125M ObamaCare exchange for new
Fox News - With just days to go before open enrollment ends on
March 31, Maryland officials are reportedly planning to abandon
its glitch-ridden ObamaCare website and replace the health
exchange with technology from Connecticut’s marketplace.
Mystery Aircraft Over Texas
aviationweek.com - As far as I know, this sort of thing has
happened only once since 1956. That was when British magazines
started getting eyewitness accounts and grainy photos of the
Lockheed U-2, then operating out of RAF Lakenheath on its first
spy flights over the Soviet Union.
Pennsylvania: Anti-Gun State Lawmakers Attempting to Derail
Firearms Preemption Bill
NRA-ILA - Anti-gun lawmakers in Harrisburg are attempting to
kill an important firearms preemption bill, and have filed 122
amendments in an attempt to derail House Bill 2011.
CT: New law requiring permits to buy long guns takes effect
guns.com - Buried inside the massive 140-page bill, it will
require those without a concealed carry permit to acquire a
“long gun eligibility certificate” from the Department of
Emergency Services and Public Protection (Connecticut State
Police) before being allowed to purchase a rifle or shotgun in
Schools pay $70,000 to Minnesota student forced to give up
NY Daily News - Minnewaska Area Schools is shelling out $70,000
in damages to Riley Stratton, a 15-year-old who claimed in a
lawsuit that she was hauled in front of school officials and a
local police officer and forced to watch while the adults
skimmed through her personal social media accounts.
Report: Obama Admin Released Tens of Thousands of Illegal
Breitbart - President Obama’s Department of Homeland Security
caught then released 68,000 aliens who had previously been
convicted of a crime, a new report from the Center for
Immigration Studies shows.
After seven years, exactly one person gets off the gov't no-fly
Ars Technica - A hearing in federal court Tuesday has apparently
marked the conclusion of a drawn-out, costly, and, to use the
judge’s own term, “Kafkaesque” legal battle over the government
no-fly list. Malaysian college professor Rahinah Ibrahim sued
the government back in 2006, after Dr. Ibrahim’s name mistakenly
ended up on a federal government no-fly list.
Police task force to inspect homes without notice for
Police State USA - A special police task force has been created
to snoop in on property owners and make sure that they aren’t
allowing guests to stay in their homes without government
Unnatural Death #13: JP Morgan Bankruptcy Lawyer Killed While
EPJ - Another JPMorgan employee has died an unnatural death.
This is unnatural death number 5 at JPMorganChase, since the
first of the year, and unnatural death number 13 in the
1,892 US Veterans have committed suicide since January 1, 2014
ABC News - On average, 22 veterans commit suicide each day,
according to the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA).
To commemorate them and raise awareness, 32 veterans from the
group flew to Washington, D.C., to plant 1,892 flags on the
National Mall today, one for each of the veterans that the group
says took his or her own life in 2014.
BP more than doubles estimate of oil spill in Lake Michigan
LA Times - BP, the petroleum giant, has more than doubled its
estimate of how much crude oil it spilled this week into Lake
Michigan, a source of drinking water for some 7 million people
in Chicago and its suburbs.
Did Logging Contribute to Deadly Mudslide in Washington?
AllGov - The Seattle Times reports that a nearby plateau has
undergone logging for nearly a hundred years, and that the slope
had reportedly become unstable in recent years, possibly a
result of too much water entering the soil because of tree
removal. And yet, logging was still authorized by the state as
recently as 2004.
5.1 earthquake rocks L.A. region; minor injuries, homes damaged
LA Times - A magnitude 5.1 earthquake was reported Friday
evening one mile from La Habra, California, according to the
U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 9:09 p.m.
Pacific time at a depth of 0.6 miles.
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Earthquake hit on fault that caused deadly 1987 Whittier quake
12 Signs That Something Big Is Happening To The Earth’s Crust
Under North And South America
Economic Collapse - Why are fault lines and volcanoes all over
North and South America suddenly waking up? Are we moving into a
time when major earthquakes and volcanic eruptions will become
much more common?
DARPA project seeks hive mind for drones
RT - The Pentagon’s research arm is launching a program to unite
existing and future drones into hives, where individual
autonomous aircraft will share data and operate together against
targets on a battlefield – all while being controlled by one
Stolen Twitter accounts more valuable to scammers than credit
card info - report
RT - The report called “Markets for Cybercrime Tools and Stolen
Data”, released by RAND (Research And Development) Corporation
and sponsored by Juniper Networks, says that one’s twitter
account credentials can actually become a gold mine – especially
if a person is too lazy to invent new passwords for all their
accounts in different networks.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
25 drug companies to phase out animal antibiotics
CNS News - Twenty-five pharmaceutical companies are voluntarily
phasing out the use of antibiotics for growth promotion in
animals processed for meat, the Food and Drug Administration
French government threatens organic winemaker with jail for
refusing to use pesticide
(NaturalNews) A French farmer, attempting to maintain his
biodynamically grown vineyard, is facing six months of jail time
after he violated a court order last month forcing him to use
pesticides on his organic farm.
White House Looks To Regulate Cow Flatulence As Part Of Climate
Daily Caller - The White House has proposed cutting methane
emissions from the dairy industry by 25 percent by 2020.... It’s
not just the dairy industry that the Obama administration is
clamping down on. The White House is looking to regulate methane
emissions across the economy from agriculture to oil and gas
operations — all this despite methane emissions falling 11
percent since 1990.
FDA Moves to Stop Sharing Between Beer Makers and Farmers
reason.com - As anyone who’s ever brewed their own beer knows,
the process leaves a lot of excess … stuff. This goopy aftermath
of the brewing process is known as “spent grain,” and it would
generally go to waste. But many brewers have developed
relationships with farmers, who feed the spent grain to cows and
California lowers organic standards in face of historic drought
(NaturalNews) Organic farms in 53 out of 58 counties in
California are set to produce "faked," cheapened organic meat
and dairy products in the first quarter of 2014.
Taking artificial vitamin supplements? Think again. Their
antioxidant component scientifically proven to cause cancer
(NaturalNews) Vitamins A, C and E and beta-carotene constitute
the antioxidant class of vitamins. Latest research has shown
that an EXCESS of synthetic antioxidants SUPPLIED THROUGH
vitamin supplements causes increased cancer growth. This raises
alarm because nearly ALL low-grade supplements do contain
synthetic antioxidant amounts in excess of the body's daily
Woman loses 70 pounds, keeps it off for 7 years: says fruits and
vegetables key to maintenance success
(NaturalNews) Researchers at the University of California at Los
Angeles analyzed over three dozen long-term diet studies and
found that about two-thirds of dieters regained more weight than
they lost within four or five years after they lost it.
Secretion Secrets: Things You Didn't Know About Earwax
Dr. Mercola - Earwax is a self-cleaning agent for your ears
where it helps slow the growth of bacteria and prevent dirt from
entering your ear. Unless you have an earwax blockage, you
should leave your earwax alone; it will naturally migrate out of
Non-gmo products by brand
The Non-GMO Project - The Non-GMO Project offers North America’s
only independent verification for products made according to
best practices for GMO avoidance.
Children's hyperactivity 'is not a real disease', says US expert
The Guardian - One of the world's leading neuroscientists, whose
work has been acknowledged by work and pensions secretary Iain
Duncan Smith, has suggested that attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder (ADHD) is not "a real disease".
Deadly epidemic: Prescription drug overdoses
USA Today - More Americans now die from painkillers than from
heroin and cocaine combined, and since 2008, prescription
drug-induced deaths have outstripped those from automobile
accidents, according to the CDC.
Spring Cleaning, the Non-Toxic Way
Dr. Mercola - The typical American home contains about three to
10 gallons of toxic materials1 in the form of household cleaning
products. Indeed, the very things you use to clean your house
are actually among the primary sources of toxins and indoor air
pollution you expose yourself to on a regular basis. Even
"green" alternatives can contain harmful ingredients.
Scientists Probe Dark Chocolate's Health Secrets
Dr. Mercola - A seven-study meta-analysis sought to find a link
between chocolate consumption and certain cardiometabolic
disorders, such as coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and
metabolic syndrome. Along with those disorders are related
problems like hypertension, elevated fasting glucose and
triglycerides, high cholesterol, and abdominal obesity.
Top 5 health benefits of beans
(NaturalNews) Beans, since they are high in protein, are a
staple of those who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet. There are
a number of other health benefits that should make even die hard
meat eaters take notice as well.
Top 5 foods for vitamin C
(NaturalNews) Vitamin C is a nutrient that has received a lot of
attention over the years. It has been used by many households to
combat colds, and is now getting acclaim for treating cancer.
It's best to get vitamin C in whole food for its synergistic
effect with other nutrients, and these are 5 great ways to do
Are You Feeling Stressed? So Is Your Cat
feline-nutrition.org - A recent Yale University
study has shown that stress can cause cancer in
humans. While there are no similar studies for cats,
it's not a big leap to accept that these sensitive
creatures are susceptible to the same stress-induced
illnesses as humans. More frequently, however,
stress in cats will manifest itself through urinary
March 28, 2014 - Today In History:
1774 - Britain passed the Coercive Act against
1834 - The U.S. Senate voted to censure President
Jackson for the removal of federal deposits from the
Bank of the United States.
1885 - The Salvation Army was officially organized
in the U.S.
1898 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a child
born in the U.S. to Chinese immigrants was a U.S.
citizen. This meant that they could not be deported
under the Chinese Exclusion Act.
1905 - The U.S. took full control over Dominican
1917 - During World War I the Women’s Army Auxiliary
Corps (WAAC) was founded.
1921 - U.S. President Warren Harding named William
Howard Taft as chief justice of the United States
1933 - In Germany, the Nazis ordered a ban on all
Jews in businesses, professions and schools.
1938 - In Italy, psychiatrists demonstrated the use
of electric-shock therapy for treatment of certain
1939 - The Spanish Civil War ended as Madrid fell to
1941 - The Italian fleet was defeated by the British
at the Battle of Matapan.
1942 - British naval forces raided the Nazi occupied
French port of St. Nazaire.
1945 - Germany launched the last of the V-2 rockets
1962 - The U.S. Air Force announced research into
the use of lasers to intercept missiles and
1968 - The U.S. lost its first F-111 aircraft in
Vietnam when it vanished while on a combat mission.
North Vietnam claimed that they had shot it down.
1979 - A major accident occurred at Pennsylvania's 3
Mile Island nuclear power plant. A nuclear power
reactor overheated and suffered a partial meltdown.
1986 - The U.S. Senate passed $100 million aid
package for the Nicaraguan contras.
1990 - Jesse Owens received the Congressional Gold
Medal from U.S. President George H.W. Bush.
1990 - In Britain, a joint Anglo-U.S. "sting"
operation ended with the seizure of 40 capacitors,
which can be used in the trigger mechanism of a
1991 - The U.S. embassy in Moscow was severely
damaged by fire.
1994 - Violence between Zulus and African National
Congress supporters took the lives of 18 in
2010 - China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co.
signed a deal to buy Ford Motor Co.'s Volvo car
UN Gen Assembly adopts resolution backing Ukraine's territorial
RT - The UN General Assembly has overwhelmingly voted for a resolution
submitted by Ukraine denouncing the referendum in Crimea that made the
Black Sea peninsula an integral part of the Russian Federation.
Russia May Face Islamic Terrorism in Crimea
Kurt Nimmo - In the wake of the terror bombings last December in
Volgograd killing 34 people, it was reported that Saudi Prince Bandar
bin Sultan had indirectly threatened Russia and Vladimir Putin with
terror attacks if Russia did not back off its support of the regime of
Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
Media Buries Bombshell Admission of Turkish Government Planning False
Paul Joseph Watson - Establishment press in stunning display of spin &
censorship. Turkish government officials were caught red-handed in a
leaked audio tape planning a false flag terror attack as a pretext to
invade Syria, but the mainstream media completely buried the key aspect
of the story and made it all about Prime Minister Erdogan blocking
Leaked Recording That Erdogan Wanted Banned
Spying on Turkish officials, war against Ankara: FM
Press TV - Turkey’s foreign minister says the posting on YouTube of a
recording of top officials discussing possible military intervention in
Syria is a “declaration of war” against Ankara.
Media 'staged' Syria chem attack (E36)
RT - BBC 'total fabrication from beginning to end' of Syria 'atrocity';
call to revoke visas for intel agents posing as reporters in NATO
targets; CIA caught infiltrating CNN, and Operation Mockingbird is back.
Exposed: Obama states Kosovo left Serbia only after referendum, but
there was NO referendum at all
RT - Barack Obama’s speech on Ukrainian crisis seems to have left the
public confused as he claimed that Kosovo broke away from Serbia “after
a referendum”. But attentive listeners quickly pointed Obama’s gaps in
history – there was no referendum in Kosovo.
World Leaders Wear Bizarre Illuminati Pyramid at Nuclear Summit
Paul Joseph Watson - World leaders at this week’s Nuclear Security
Summit wore bizarre illuminati pyramid lapel pins while gathered around
a giant eye with a floating holographic pyramid suspended above.
Interestingly enough, President Barack Obama was one of the few world
leaders not to wear the pyramid symbol.
Vatican Astronomers Ramp Up Their Search For “Brother Extraterrestrial”
Michael Snyder - Why in the world is the Vatican searching for
extraterrestrial life? Does the Catholic hierarchy know something about
alien life that the rest of us do not? Why is the largest religious
organization on the planet spending so much time and energy looking for
UK threatened to shut down Guardian for printing Snowden leaks
RT - British secret services threatened to shut down the Guardian
newspaper as it was publishing its exposé of US massive surveillance
based on Edward Snowden leaks. The story was the most difficult piece of
reporting the paper has ever done.
Greek Supreme Court Rules "Bank Deposit Confiscation" Against The
Zero Hedge - While we are sure the governments and their IMF handlers
will find a way around such annoyances as the rule of law, the Greek
Supreme Court just ruled that the seizure of bank deposits due to debts
to the state without previous notice was against the Constitution.
Missing MH370: 300 floating objects spotted by Thai satellite
RT - A Thai satellite has captured images showing over 300 floating
objects in the southern Indian Ocean, which could be pieces of wreckage
from the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
Tetanus Vaccines Sterilizing Women In Kenya? Catholic Church There
Green Med Info - A concerning new report from the head cardinal of the
Catholic Church in Kenya alleges that a WHO/UNICEF sponsored tetanus
vaccination campaign may conceal an agenda of forced contraception for
over 2 million Kenyan women.
Ukraine’s Right Sector Surrounds Parliament
Kurt Nimmo - Right Sector nationalists encircled the Parliament building
in Kyiv on Thursday demanding the immediate resignation and tribunal of
Interior Minister Arsen Avakov who they hold responsible for the
assassination of Aleksandr Muzychko.
Russia Set To Sanction US Businesses
Zero Hedge - Russian State Duma and Federation Council members are
considering the imposition of sanctions on US businesses as discussions
are increasingly focused on retaliatory sanctions on the US. "If the US
cares little about losing business contacts with Russia through imposing
its sanctions," then Duma Deputy Dengin warns of measures to set limits
to representative offices of companies in Russia that are owned by US
Malaysia says there's sealed evidence on MH370 that cannot be made
The Straits Times - A Malaysian team have told relatives of Chinese
passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370
that there was sealed evidence that cannot be made public, as they came
under fire from the angry relatives at a briefing on Wednesday. The
sealed evidence included air traffic control radio transcript, radar
data and airport security recordings.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Nine nuclear base commanders fired from US Air Force over
RT - The United States Air Force says it has taken unprecedented
action by firing nine nuclear missile base commanders on
Thursday amid an ongoing and exhaustive investigation
surrounding allegations of cheating.
Pelosi Getting Award Named for Woman Who Said 'Most Merciful' to
CNS News - Planned Parenthood on Thursday will give House
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) its Margaret Sanger
Award, named for a woman who advocated eugenics and who wrote
that large families would be doing what was "most merciful" if
they killed one of their infants.
Justices: Companies Can Pay Penalty If They Object to Obamacare
Kurt Nimmo - Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan told an
attorney representing Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood
Specialties the companies should pay a government penalty if
they object on religious grounds to a mandatory birth control
provision included in the Obamacare mandate. The provision
includes coverage of abortion-inducing drugs.
Judge Napolitano: 'People Have a Right to Certain Weapons...':
School Workbook Rewrites 2nd Amendment
Fox News - A workbook given to Illinois middle schoolers
redefines the Second Amendment. The workbook entry was pointed
out by the father of a seventh-grader in Springfield, and posted
to a Facebook page named Illinois Gun Owners Rights.
Another anti-gun California lawmaker in legal trouble today
examiner.com - Anti-gun California State Sen. Leland Yee was
arrested Wednesday morning by federal authorities on suspicion
of public corruption, according to breaking stories in the San
Jose Mercury News, Sacramento Bee and other news agencies,
making him the second high-profile Golden State gun control
proponent to wind up in trouble in the past month.
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State Sen. Leland Yee accused of bribery, wire fraud
Idaho Family Terrorized by Midnight Paramilitary Raid
Lew Rockwell Blog - David and Connie Johnson were asleep when
they heard a noise Connie later described as the “walls caving
in.” Seconds later their front door was forced open and two
armored strangers burst into the two-room apartment the
middle-aged couple share with their adult son, Aaron.
Maine State Police chief travels to Israel for anti-terrorism
Bangor Daily News Feb. 05, 2013 - The way law enforcement
agencies in Israel work together to deal with threats is a model
the United States can learn from, the chief of the Maine State
Police said after returning from a weeklong training trip to the
Middle East nation.
Goodbye New York, hello South Carolina: third company leaves
because of SAFE Act
Townhall.com - When New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the SAFE
Act in January—what he referred to as “common sense” gun-control
legislation—the law not only turned many law-abiding citizens
into criminals, it also drove businesses and jobs out of the
Meet 5 People Who Made A Decision To Shine A Light In The
Economic Collapse - Are you ready for some inspirational stories
that will make your heart jump for joy? These days, it is so
easy to get down. Both individually and as a nation, we have so
many problems and it often seems like things just keep getting
Anti-NSA Reps. Are Being Intentionally Cut Out Of Debate On
Steve Watson - Lawmakers who approve of the NSA’s bulk
collection of Americans’ communications data have been accused
of intentionally sidelining those in Congress who oppose the
practice by re-routing the new surveillance bill through the
Intelligence committee rather than the Judiciary Committee.
Sen. Reid: I Never Called Obamacare Horror Stories “Lies”
Kit Daniels - One month after he said that Obamacare horror
stories were “lies,” Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) now claims that he
never said anything of the sort.... And Reid is about as power
hungry and corrupt as they come. Yesterday it was reported that
he gave his granddaughter $17,000 in campaign funds as a
“holiday gift” and only admitted to it after intense scrutiny by
the Federal Election Commission.
Sen. Jeff Sessions: Obama Giving De Facto Amnesty to 12 Million
Newsmax - "Under the guise of setting 'priorities,' the
administration has determined that almost anyone in the world
who can enter the United States is free to illegally live, work,
and claim benefits here as long as they are not caught
committing a felony or other serious crime," the Alabama
Republican said Wednesday on release of the report.
5th City in America Bans NDAA Indefinite Detention
Activist Post – In a unanimous vote of 4-0, the Middleton, Idaho
city council banned the application of the NDAA and the laws of
war within their city. With the passage of the Middleton
resolution, 5 cities have now stood for the Constitutional
rights of their people.
Rand Paul builds 50-state network, courts mainstream support for
Washington Post - Sen. Rand Paul has become the first Republican
to assemble a network in all 50 states as a precursor to a 2016
presidential run, the latest sign that he is looking to build a
more mainstream coalition than the largely ad hoc one that
backed his father’s unsuccessful campaigns.
Connecticut Senate approves highest minimum wage
CNBC News - The Connecticut Senate approved raising the minimum
wage to $10.10 an hour by 2017, the same rate the president
wants for the federal minimum wage.
Wal-Mart admits its reliance on food stamps in gov’t filing for
Daily Caller - In its most recent annual SEC filing, Wal-Mart
explained some factors that could hurt its bottom line,
specifically changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (or food stamps) and other assistance programs.
Economic Reality: 16 Major Chains Closing More Stores
Off the Grid News - Unfortunately, it could be just the tip of
the iceberg. Recent news stories show that American retail is in
a desperate situation and the entire economy is on very shaky
Pitfalls of reverse mortgages may pass to heirs
CNBC News - ...reverse mortgages are now threatening their own
inheritances. Reverse mortgages, which allow homeowners 62 and
older to borrow money against the value of their homes that need
not be paid back until they move out or die, have long posed
pitfalls for older borrowers.
Facebook plans to spread web access with ‘drones, satellites and
RT - Facebook has announced an ambitious plan to use drone,
satellite and laser technology “to deliver the internet to
everyone” via the preeminent social media site’s Connectivity
Android apps secretly trick phones into mining cryptocurrency
RT - Has your cell phone been overheating lately? If it’s one of
the more than one-million devices that’s installed either of two
seemingly normal Android apps, then it may be secretly mining
cryptocurrency without your knowledge.
Test Your Survival Skills With A Grid-Down Weekend
Backdoor Survival - In this prepper challenge, you’re going to
be testing how well you can get along without any utilities.
This means no electricity, no municipal water, no utility
heating or air conditioning, nothing that you can’t provide for
yourself. As if you suddenly lost all utilities. This is also
sometimes called a Grid Down Scenario.
Autistic Behavior Increased by Banned Pesticides, Even 10 Years
Natural Society - According to new research, a banned pesticide
known as chlordane is causing increased incidence of autism and
other behavioral disorders. * Related:
Autism Now Officially 1 in 68 Children...
How Dangerous Is Sleep Deprivation, Really?
Dr. Mercola - You know that feeling when you don’t sleep well,
and you wake up feeling cranky, over-emotional, and over-tired?
This is only a hint of what that sleep deprivation is doing to
your body. If you don’t sleep well, it’s going to lead to health
issues, both mental and physical, plain and simple.
Increasing number of people suffer allergic rashes from soap
(NaturalNews) What these cheap, deceptive, mainstream chemical
concoctions fail to mention is that they often subject consumers
to allergic reactions, and a slow, subtle absorption of poison.
In fact, a new consumer report has found that an increasing
number of people are breaking out in poison ivy-like rashes when
they routinely use certain products laced with a harsh chemical
preservative called methylisothiazolinone.
Has a plague already arrived? 205 Americans die each day after
acquiring superbug hospital infections
(NaturalNews) If a jumbo jet crashed into the ocean every single
day, it would roughly equal the number of Americans who die each
day following superbug infections acquired at U.S. hospitals.
Far from being some hyped-up scare story, that's actually the
conclusion of none other than the CDC, which has now publicly
warned that 1 in 25 hospital patients gets infected and tens of
thousands die each year.
Pet cats infect humans with TB for first time
The Telegraph - In the first ever recorded cat-to-human
transmission, two people in England have contracted tuberculosis
from pet cats thought to have ventured into badger setts.
A parent's response to The New York Time's 'Eliminate Vaccine
Exemptions' goes viral
(NaturalNews) It wasn't long after The New York Time's (NYT)
published an opinion piece calling for the elimination of
vaccine exemptions that parents took to the internet to voice
their concerns and frustrations with a government and healthcare
community that sees no problem infringing upon one's right to
Man finds rheumatoid arthritis relief with raw, plant-based diet
(NaturalNews) After suffering the physical changes brought on by
rheumatoid arthritis (RA) for nearly three decades, Curt
Griffing did what many people with RA wish they could do: He
Woman Arrested For Late Payment of $5 Dog
License—and That’s Business as Usual
reason.com - Ann Musser was arrested at her Holyoke,
Massachusetts, home, according to media reports, and
spent four and a half hours in jail—because she was
tardy in paying her $5 dog license fee.
Prevent or reverse kidney disease and renal failure
in cats with Slippery Elm Bark
(NaturalNews) Using herbs to treat cats is generally
contraindicated due to their extreme sensitivity and
tendency to react negatively; however, slippery elm
bark has been found effective and safe for use in
cats. It is especially good for treating ailments
affecting the bladder and kidneys and during renal
failure. Kidney disease and diabetes are common
ailments in older cats. Slippery elm bark is known
for preventing or reversing damage to a cat's
March 27, 2014 - Today In History:
1794 - The U.S. Congress authorized the creation of
the U.S. Navy.
1836 - The first Mormon temple was dedicated in
1866 - U.S. President Andrew Johnson vetoed the
civil rights bill, which later became the 14th
1884 - The first long-distance telephone call was
made from Boston to New York.
1900 - The Russian army mobilized 250,000 troops for
1901 - Filipino rebel leader Emilio Aguinaldo was
captured by the U.S.
1912 - The first cherry blossom trees were planted
in Washington, DC. The trees were a gift from Japan.
1933 - In the U.S., the Farm Credit Administration
1941 - Tokyo Yoshikawa arrived in Oahu, HI, and
began spying for Japan on the U.S. Fleet at Pearl
1952 - The U.S. Eighth Army reached the 38th
parallel in Korea, the original dividing line
between the two Koreas.
1958 - Nikita Khrushchev became the chairman of the
Soviet Council of Ministers in addition to First
Secretary of the Communist Party.
1958 - The U.S. announced a plan to explore space
near the moon.
1976 - Washington, DC, opened its subway system.
1988 - The U.S. Senate ratified the
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
1989 - The U.S. anti-missile satellite failed the
first test in space.
1997 - In Australia, Governor-General William Deane
signed a bill to overturn a 1996 Northern Territory
act to legalize assisted suicides. The 1996 act was
the first in the world to permit assisted suicides.
1998 - In the U.S., the FDA approved the
prescription drug Viagra. It was the first pill for
2004 - NASA successfully launched an unpiloted X-43A
jet that hit Mach 7 (about 5,000 mph).
2009 - President Barack Obama launched a fresh
effort to defeat al-Qaida terrorists in both
Pakistan and Afghanistan, ordering in 4,000 more
As Russia Controls 51 Ukraine Ships And Moves More Tanks To The Borders,
Obama Denounces "Brute Force"
Zero Hedge - President Obama denounced Russia's "brute force" in Ukraine
during a speech in Brussels today, but it seems from the images and
clips below that Russia cares little for words and is more about
strategic actions for now.
Former Blackwater Mercenaries Hired as Political Police in Eastern
Kurt Nimmo - ITAR-TASS, Russia’s state-owned news agency, claims the
junta in Kyiv has hired a Blackwater spin-off to act as political police
force in the eastern part of the country.
Russia discards iPads to protect data
Press TV - The Russian government has forbidden the use of Apple’s iPad
tablets across government agencies for security reasons including
concerns over possible US spying.
CIA: Al-Qaeda Using Syria as Base of Operations to Attack West
Kurt Nimmo - John O. Brennan and the CIA are cultivating a new gambit in
the ongoing effort to overthrow the Syrian government and install a
regime more amenable to the West and the financial elite.
Twitter sues Turkey over service ban
RT - Twitter has filed lawsuits in several Turkish courts to challenge
an access ban on its service recently pushed through by Prime Minister
Tayyip Erdogan. The move comes on the same day an Ankara administrative
court moved to suspend the ban.
Activists slam US, EU warmongering policies
Press TV - The protesters demanded that the US and EU reduce their
military budgets amid a global financial crisis, which is hurting their
nations’ living standards hard. The rally was held as US President
Barack Obama met European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso for talks during an EU-US
summit on important global issues, including the crisis in Ukraine.
Government Agency Recommends Mass Fluoridation of England’s Water Supply
Adan Salazar - Officials with Public Health England, a governmental
entity purporting to be all about “helping people to stay healthy, and
protecting them from threats to their health,” have cited figures they
say indicate adding the industrial toxic waste chemical is not as bad as
Malaysian Airlines MH370 flight search: 122 'potential objects' spotted
RT - New satellite images show more than 100 objects in the southern
Indian Ocean that could be pieces of wreckage from a Malaysian airliner
that disappeared from radar on March 8 with 239 people on board,
Malaysia's acting transport minister said.
IMF unlocks up to $18 bn for Ukraine’s shattered economy
RT - The International Monetary Fund has agreed to grant Ukraine between
$14 billion and $18 billion to help the country avoid a default. The
package includes a 50 percent rise in the cost of energy to Ukrainian
Obama says Iraq invasion 'not as bad as Crimea'. Wait... what?
RT - President Obama's key speech in Brussels on Ukraine and attempts to
isolate Russia appears to be an exercise of omission, mutually-exclusive
statements and unveiled double standards.
Swiss decide AGAINST Russian Sanctions...UPDATE: Now Germany Is Against
InvestmentWatch - The position of our country is independent of the UN,”
Swiss president Didier Burkhalter told a press conference in Bern,
saying Switzerland can only use sanctions when they are based upon
“international law and the interests of the Swiss”.
The Anatomy Of Panic: How A Rumor Mutated Into A Three-Day Chinese Bank
The Daily Sheeple - The rumour spread quickly. A small rural lender in
eastern China had turned down a customer’s request to withdraw 200,000
yuan ($32,200). Bankers and local officials say it never happened, but
true or not the rumour was all it took to spark a run on a bank as the
story passed quickly from person to person, among depositors, bystanders
and even bank employees.
South Korean Poultry Approved for Sale in U.S. Despite Bird Flu Outbreak
EcoWatch - On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food
Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) published a final rule that will
allow the Republic of Korea to begin exporting poultry products to the
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Bin Laden’s son-in-law found guilty of US terror charges
RT - A Kuwaiti man considered to be a senior adviser to former
Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was found guilty by jury
Wednesday morning in New York City of conspiring to kill
Software problems will set back F-35 joint strike fighter
another year says report
RT - Delivery of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will be more than
a year behind schedule due to ongoing software problems,
according to a US government report. The delay marks the latest
snag in the ongoing saga of the world’s most expensive aircraft.
Troops Practice Storming University Building in Fort Lauderdale
Paul Joseph Watson - Fallujah came to Florida this week as
residents in Fort Lauderdale were shocked to see Navy SEALS
practicing storming a university building from a Black Hawk
chopper as part of military drills taking place this week in
Pin drop! Obama lawyer stuns Supreme justice
WND - In a dramatic moment at the Supreme Court Tuesday,
Solicitor General Donald Verrilli told justices that U.S.
business owners have no religious freedom to reject government
mandates forcing them to cover abortions.
VIDEO: What Happens If A US President Stops Speaking, And Nobody
Zero Hedge - ... does it mean that everyone saw right through
the endless bluster, hollow rhetoric and empty promises of the
man tasked with reading from a teleprompter, and currently in
charge of one of the world's most totalitarian states?
This Common Core math problem asks kids to write the ‘friendly’
answer, instead of the correct one!
The Daily Caller - A screenshot of the worksheet was posted to
Twitter. The teacher wrote that even though the questions —
addition and subtraction problems — were solved correctly, the
student used the wrong technique to arrive at the answers.
U.S. Gives Russia Free Military Equipment Used By Army, Marines
Judicial Watch - Behind closed doors the U.S. government is
giving Russia free military equipment—also used to train
American troops—even after President Obama announced punitive
sanctions against Moscow and, more importantly, a suspension in
military engagement over the invasion and occupation of Ukraine.
29th Obamacare Delay: WH Uses 'Honor System' to Extend Deadline
Breitbart - On Tuesday, however, the White House announced it
has decided to extend Obamacare's open enrollment period another
two to three weeks, marking this at least the 29th Obamacare
Michigan CPS has gigantic secret list of parents labeled “child
abusers” without due process
Police State USA - Hundreds of thousands of parents have been
flagged as “child abusers” in a huge database maintained in
secret by Michigan’s Child Protective Services (CPS) agency. The
names are entered into the database without due process, without
a judicial hearing, without an opportunity for defense, without
a conviction, and without even letting the individuals know they
have been targeted.
The Real Inflation Fear - US Food Prices Are Up 19% In 2014
Zero Hedge - We are sure the weather is to blame but what
happens when pent-up demand (from a frosty east coast emerging
from its hibernation) bumps up against a drought-stricken west
coast unable to plant to meet that demand?
IRS Slams Bitcoin With Retroactive Tax Rules... Is Gold Next?
Zero Hedge - What’s most interesting about this new set of rules
is what they might mean for gold. Imagine – paper currencies go
into freefall. Gold soars. Anyone who bought gold early sees
sizeable profits (in paper currency)... at which point the
government steps in after the fact and sets up new tax rules to
confiscate a substantial portion of those gains.
Is College A Waste Of Time And Money?
Economic Collapse - At most U.S. colleges, the quality of the
education that you will receive is a joke, the goal of most
colleges is to extract as much money from you and your parents
as they possibly can, and there is a very good chance that there
will not be a "good job" waiting for you once you graduate.
Citigroup Fails Fed’s Stress Test as BofA Gets Dividend Boost
Bloomberg - Citigroup Inc.’s capital plan was among five that
failed Federal Reserve stress tests, while Bank of America Corp.
won approval for its first dividend increase since the financial
Nearly a dozen Hanford employees sick from unknown fumes
KING 5 News - Hanford sources tell the KING 5 Investigators that
at least 11 people have gotten sick in the last six days after
breathing in toxic fumes while working near underground tanks
holding hazardous nuclear waste.
U.S. Still Cleaning up Chemical Weapons from World War II…in 40
AllGov - These weapons of mass destruction were part of the U.S.
arsenal as well as those belonging to ally Britain and enemies
Germany and Japan. The bombs and containers were simply dumped
in the ground and buried, without concern for long-term
environmental and health consequences.
U.S. Navy to test homes for radiation on San Francisco island
(Reuters) - The U.S. Navy plans to test hundreds of homes for
radiation in a remote San Francisco neighborhood after an object
containing radium was found beneath an unoccupied residence in
the area last fall, city officials said on Tuesday.... Once the
cleanup has been completed, San Francisco is slated to take over
Treasure Island, where it plans to develop 8,000 residential
U.S. Nuclear Fort Knox Compromised: “Multiple System Failures”
and “Troubling Ineptitude”
Mac Slavo - A new report from Harvard University underscores
just how ripe with security holes and ineptitude these
facilities really are.
Ohio Executive Pleads Guilty, Faces Three Years in Prison For
Dumping Fracking Wastewater
EcoWatch - Just over a year after he pleaded not guilty to
violating the federal Clean Water Act, an Ohio wastewater
company owner changed his tune regarding allegations that he
dumped or ordered the dumping of thousands of toxic and
potentially radioactive fracking wastewater into a storm drain.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
How “Extreme Levels” of Roundup in Food Became the Industry
Green Med Info - The legally acceptable level of glyphosate
contamination in food and feed, i.e. the maximum residue level
(MRL) has been increased by authorities in countries where
Roundup-Ready GM crops are produced, or where such commodities
GMO Farmer in Texas Realizes GMO Dangers, Works to Educate
Natural Society - A Lubbock farmer planted GMO cottonseed on his
farm back in 2005, believing the claims of the biotech industry
that it would be cheaper to grow. But he has since learned that
the crops don’t only perish due to super weeds, but are also
full of genes which resist herbicides and pesticides – not
something he thinks you or his own family would want to eat.
Food Devastation: Harsh Winter Kills 70 Percent Of Bees
Off the Grid News - As much as 70 percent of the honeybees in
colder parts of the country did not survive the harsh winter in
what is developing as a major blow to farmers and gardeners – a
situation that could lead to higher food prices.
Vaccine-Induced Tissue Scurvy Globally Misdiagnosed as Child
Natural Blaze - The father of the child in our published photo
[found here] was jailed for life for child abuse. Many of you
looking at the terrible injuries on this small child will
immediately assume, as did the doctors who examined him, that he
was viciously attacked and it was right to jail his father.
Antioxidant Rich Energy Smoothie
preventdisease.com - Are you low on energy in the early
afternoon or mid-day? I have a solution for you that will perk
you up in dramatic fashion. These ingredients provide an
exceptionally high antioxidant value along with an energy boost
that can last up to several hours. It is a very refreshing
smoothie and so nutritionally dense, you'll want it as a meal.
YouTube: How Stress and Negativity Prevent Cancer Healing
Chris Wark & Dr. Patrick Vickers discuss the profound impact
that stress and negativity have in causing cancer and preventing
Avemar: Fermented Wheat Germ Kills All Types of Cancer Cells
Natural Society - The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
says that fermented wheat germ extract (WGE) is not only
anti-cancerous, but immune-boosting, as well as helpful in
treating diabetes, obesity, and improves heart health.
Are Forced Vaccinations The New Normal?
Off the Grid News - Health officials in Canada have found a way
to vaccinate children even when parents refuse their permission
– and even when there is a family history of allergic reactions
The common ingredient 'yeast extract' is functionally identical
(NaturalNews) "Yeast extract" is an innocuous-sounding
ingredient that forms the base of several popular condiments
worldwide, including Marmite, Vegemite, Promite, Oxo, Cenovis
and Vitam-R. Yet, chemically, yeast extract is highly similar to
MSG (monosodium glutamate).
Doctors should test the heavy metal levels in your blood at
(NaturalNews) Add it up and what have you got? Genetically
engineered food, fluoridated water and pesticides are leading
America off a health cliff. Then come the heavy metals, and not
the naturally occurring amounts, but the massive chemical
chemical overload ingested by humans who do not pay attention to
the foods they eat.
More than a gut feeling: Bilberries are good for
gastrointestinal and overall health
(NaturalNews) Not only can bilberries help with gastrointestinal
problems, but their ability to protect cells has also been
linked to reversing eye disorders, such as macular degeneration,
and combating stress-induced liver damage.
Soylent Green: Company Wants You to EAT Your
Adan Salazar - A company is aiming to take advantage
of the mindless celebrity worship culture by
planning to feed fanatics their favorite
celebrities. Hundreds of people are petitioning
celebrities to donate tissue samples to BiteLabs.org,
a company that says it will produce “artisanal
salami” from celebrity tissue samples for human
March 26, 2014 - Today In History:
1804 - The U.S. Congress ordered the removal of
Indians east of the Mississippi to Louisiana.
1804 - The Louisiana Purchase was divided into the
District of Louisiana and the Territory of Orleans.
1878 - Hastings College of Law was founded.
1910 - The U.S. Congress passed an amendment to the
1907 Immigration Act that barred criminals, paupers,
anarchists and carriers of disease from settling in
1937 - Spinach growers in Crystal City, TX, erected
a statue of Popeye.
1942 - The Germans began sending Jews to Auschwitz
1945 - The battle of Iwo Jima ended.
1945 - In the Aleutians, the battle of Komandorski
began when the Japanese attempted to reinforce a
garrison at Kiska and were intercepted by U.S. Navy.
1951 - The U.S. Air Force flag was approved. The
flag included the coat of arms, 13 white stars and
the Air Force seal on a blue background.
1953 - Dr. Jonas Salk announced a new vaccine that
would prevent poliomyelitis.
1973 - Women were allowed on the floor of the London
Stock Exchange for the first time.
1979 - The Camp David treaty was signed by Israel
and Egypt that ended the 31-year state of war
between the countries.
1982 - Ground breaking ceremonies were held in
Washington, DC, for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
1983 - The U.S. performed a nuclear test at the
Nevada Test Site.
1989 - The first free elections took place in the
Soviet Union. Boris Yeltsin was elected.
1996 - The International Monetary Fund approved a
$10.2 billion loan for Russia to help the country
transform its economy.
1998 - In the U.S., the Federal government endorses
new HIV test that yields instant results.
1998 - Unisys Corp. and Lockheed Martin Corp. pay a
$3.15 million fine for selling spare parts at
inflated prices to the U.S. federal government.
1999 - In Michigan, Dr. Jack Kevorkian was convicted
of second-degree murder for giving a terminally ill
man a lethal injection and putting it all on
videotape on September 17, 1998 for "60 Minutes."
2007 - The design for the "Forever Stamp" was
unveiled by the U.S. Postal Service.
2011 - More than 250,000 people took to London's
streets to protest the toughest spending cuts since
World War II.
2011 - Former Democratic vice presidential candidate
Geraldine Ferraro, the first female major party
nominee for the office, died at age 75.
Ukraine’s Night of the Long Knives
Kurt Nimmo - Fascist Right Sector leader found assassinated. An effort
is underway to clean up the image of the junta now in control of
Ukraine. Although Right Sector (Pravy Sektor) played an instrumental
role in the coup, its radical nationalism bordering on fascism continues
to be an embarrassment for the new regime as it courts the IMF, the EU
and the United States.
NATO’s Turkey Providing Air Support for Al Qaeda in Northern Syria
Land Destroyer Report - The downing of a Syrian jet by Turkey was not an
isolated incident but part of a major offensive by Al Qaeda affiliated
groups Jabhat Al Nusra and Ahrar Al Sham against a northwestern
Syrian-Turkish border crossing. Turkey has been supporting Al Qaeda’s
attack on the Kassab border crossing, the only crossing that was still
held by the Syrian military.
Venezuela arrests three generals for alleged coup plot
(AFP) - Venezuela has arrested three air force generals suspected of
plotting an uprising against the leftist government, President Nicolas
Maduro said Tuesday.
Palestinians threaten to renew UN bid for statehood
Press TV - The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) threatens to
renew the diplomatic push at the United Nations if Israel fails to
release Palestinian prisoners as scheduled this weekend.... "The release
of the prisoners is in return for the freeze on seeking membership in
international organizations," he told the Voice of Palestine radio.
Iraq Buys Massive 36 Tonnes Of Gold In March
Zero Hedge - The Central Bank of Iraq said it bought 36 tons of gold
this month to help stabilise the Iraqi dinar against foreign currencies,
according to a statement from the bank that was emailed this morning. It
is very large in tonnage terms and Iraq’s purchases this month alone
surpasses the entire demand of many large industrial nations in all of
Hunt begins to find black boxes for doomed Flight MH370
RT - Now that satellite data has confirmed that the missing Malaysian
airliner crashed into the Indian Ocean, the race is on to find the
crucial voice and data recorders, the so-called black boxes, before a
battery-powered homing device runs out.
VIDEO: China casts doubt on fate of MH370
Press TV - Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Xie Hangsheng told Malaysia’s
ambassador to Beijing that China wanted to know exactly what led the
Kuala Lumpur government to announce that the plane has plunged in the
Malaysia plane crash CIA conspiracy: Analyst
Press TV - An analyst has cast doubt on the authenticity of the reported
crash of Malaysian passenger jet in the Indian Ocean, touting CIA’s
conspiracy in the mishap.
Six other planes have disappeared near Malaysia without a trace
The Daily Sheeple - Is there a zone near Malaysia similar to the Bermuda
Triangle? According to data compiled by the Aviation Safety Network (ASN),
83 aircraft which carried more than 14 passengers have been reported
missing since 1948 across the world, and that doesn’t count the smaller
aircraft. Of those total disappearances, six of them actually occurred
in the same general region as the recent airplane disappearance near
World Leaders Play ‘Nuclear War Game’ During Netherlands Summit to Test
Nuclear Attack Responses
Activist Post - During the G7 nuclear summit in the Netherlands this
week, heads of government played a interactive nuclear war game that was
designed to test their response to a terrorist plan to set off a “dirty
bomb” in a Western metropolis.
Ukraine Only Has Enough Gasoline For A Month
Zero Hedge - While it appears the Russians are willing to pay the price
of modest sanctions from the west to 'liberate' their fellow countrymen,
the fallout from further tension with Ukraine could "boomerang" once
again on the divided nation.
Canadian man in hospital tests negative for Ebola
BBC - A Canadian man in hospital with symptoms of a haemorrhagic fever
resembling Ebola has tested negative for the virus, a health official
Bitcoin cousin aims to overthrow Iceland’s capital regulations
RT - A crypto currency, which functions much like its successful brother
bitcoin, has emerged in Iceland with the goal to undermine the country’s
strict control of capital. Auroracoin launched with a massive giveaway
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama’s Worried Manhattan Will Get Nuked
Kurt Nimmo - During a press conference in the Netherlands today,
Obama said he is more worried about Manhattan getting nuked than
any supposed threat posed by Russia. The president made the
remark after a reporter asked him if former challenger Mitt
Romney was correct in his assertion that Russia is once again
the primary foe of the United States following Crimeans voting
to rejoin Russia.
Experts Confirm TSA Wasted A BILLION DOLLARS On Kooky Behaviour
Steve Watson - The New York Times reported the findings this
week, justifying criticism already raised by the Government
Accountability Office last year that TSA’s “behavior detection
officers” were a waste of taxpayer funds.
Gun control met with defiance from law enforcement officers in
watchdog.org - The head of a nationwide sheriffs coalition is
calling on Vermont’s law enforcement officers to defy three
controversial gun control measures passed by Burlington voters
three weeks ago. “Sheriffs have a constitutional duty to refuse
to comply with such ordinances,” said Richard Mack, president of
the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association.
Missouri House Bans Warrantless Drone Spying
Activist Post - A Missouri bill to strictly limit drone use
passed out of the state House on Monday by a vote of 109-44. It
now moves on to the Senate for consideration.
Seattle police break promise to return drones to manufacturer
RT - Over a year after public outcry led the Seattle Police
Department to promise to return its two drones to their
manufacturer, the drones remain in its possession, albeit
Teenager Writes Police Officer A Parking Ticket
autos.aol.com - When a teenager in Texas saw a police car
improperly parked in her apartment complex's parking lot, she
asked herself, "What would the cops do?" She wrote the officer a
YouTube: Colorado Girl gets suspended from school for shaving
head in support of friend with cancer
It was meant as a gesture of solidarity: a girl in Grand
Junction shaved her head to support her friend, who is battling
cancer. However, family members say the girl's school didn't see
it that way and said it violated the dress code policy.
* Related Article:
Girl suspended in head-shaving act of support
Massachusetts Bill Would Ban Sex At Home For Divorcing Parents
reason.com - Yes, you are reading that headline correctly: A
measure proposed in Massachusetts would make it illegal for
parents in the midst of divorce proceedings to engage in "a
dating or sexual relationship" with anyone within the marital
home. The mandate would apply not only until a divorce is final
but until "all financial and custody issues are resolved." Is
Massachusetts nanny statism trying to parody itself?
What Happens When Teachers, Delivery People And Fast Food
Workers Don’t Care Anymore…
Economic Collapse - One of the big problems in America today is
that a lot of people simply do not seem to care about what they
are doing anymore. The level of sloth, laziness and apathy that
we are witnessing in this country is absolutely mind-numbing.
Day 1 Of Deliberations End Without Verdict In Trial Of Bin
CBS News - A New York jury has completed its first day of
deliberations in the terrorism trial of Osama bin Laden‘s
son-in-law, a Kuwaiti clergyman who became al Qaeda’s spokesman
after the Sept. 11 attacks. As WCBS 880′s Irene Cornell
reported, the jurors sent a letter to federal Judge Lewis Kaplan
Tuesday afternoon saying they were mentally exhausted from
Another Sandy Hook Anomaly: Why are there no Sandy Hook Victim’s
The Daily Sheeple - What are the odds, in today’s world, of 26
victimized families at Sandy Hook, ALL deciding not to sue a
multimillionaire, who is seemingly an easy target?
'Permanent’ custody of Justina Pelletier awarded to
Boston Globe - A long-running child custody case took a dramatic
turn Tuesday, when a Massachusetts juvenile court judge awarded
“permanent” custody of teen-ager Justina Pelletier to the state
Department of Children and Families.
West Virginia Gov Signs Bill 'Eliminating City Gun Ordinances'
Breitbart - On March 25, West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin
(D) signed Senate Bill 317 into law which "[eliminates] city gun
ordinances," making state law predominant.... Under SB 317, West
Virginians with "concealed-carry permits can bring their guns
into recreation centers as long as they are securely stored and
out of view and access to others."
Man Arrested for Public Consumption of Iced Tea Urged to Take a
“Deal” from Prosecutors
The Daily Sheeple - The deal doesn’t sound like much of a deal.
Beatty would be required to have a mental health assessment,
perform community service, and as a probationer would be
required by law to submit to drug testing and warrantless
Among States with Corporate and Individual Income Taxes, Arizona
Legislature Considering Lowest Rates in Nation
atr.org - The 2.5 percent flat rate would also make Arizona the
state with the lowest top rate in the nation, eighth only behind
the no income tax states of Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South
Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.
I.R.S. Says Bitcoin Should Be Considered Property, Not Currency
NY Times - Despite the fact that many users treat Bitcoin like a
regulated currency, “it does not have legal tender status in any
jurisdiction,” the agency said. That means that employers who
choose to pay wages in Bitcoins will have to report those wages
just like any other payment made with property, and Bitcoin
income will be subject to the normal federal income withholding
and payroll taxes.
Bitcoin Destroys Banking Leeches | Mike Maloney
Liberty Crier - Whether they admit it or not, Bitcoin has put
the fear of God into the banking system. Why? Because it
threatens to remove them from the equation, plain and simple.
Ohio oil spill much worse than previously thought (PHOTOS)
RT - The Environmental Protection Agency has doubled its
estimate of the amount of crude oil that leaked into a nature
preserve in Ohio through an underground pipe.
Submerged Oil Mats from BP Spill Found Near Pensacola Beaches
Activist Post - The remnants of the BP oil spill are still
impacting the environment around the Gulf. During a
post-response monitoring survey last month, the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) found 1250 pounds
of submerged oil mats near Pensacola beaches. The discovery was
baffling because the area was surveyed 9 times since the
Deepwater Horizon oil in 2010.
‘Living materials’ could revolutionize solar panels and
RT - Researchers are working to create “living materials” that
are a combination of bacterial cells and nonliving materials
that conduct electricity, which could create more efficient
solar panels or biosensors.
BP Confirms Oil Spill into Lake Michigan
Breitbart - An unknown amount of crude oil has been accidentally
discharged into Lake Michigan just south east of Chicago, oil
giant BP reports.
Earthquake May Have Triggered Washington Mudslide
Breitbart - According to a statement by the director of
Snohomish County Emergency Management, a 1.1 magnitude
earthquake struck on March 10 just 100-yards behind the site of
Saturday's mudslide that took the lives of at least 14 people.
Officials are expecting the death toll numbers to increase
throughout the day.
McCallen, Texas, contaminated with flammable toxic liquid
(NaturalNews) A local news team in McAllen, Texas, is reporting
that hundreds of families in the region are sitting atop a
substance believed to be highly toxic and explosive, just one of
a series of recent reports from around the country that appear
to signal an uptick in toxic spills tied to the energy industry.
EPA Proposes Huge Land Grab
Breitbart - On Tuesday, the EPA proposed a change to the Clean
Water Act so that the EPA would have the power to regulate
temporary wetlands and waterways. The land grab engendered
tremendous concern from members of the GOP trying to protect
private property; they noted that the EPA would gain power over
seasonal ponds, streams and ditches.
How Much Is NSA Spying Costing In Lost Productivity?
Washington's Blog - NSA spying is costing the U.S. tech industry
tens of billions of dollars. It also undermines trust in U.S.
companies, fellow Americans and our government. Given that trust
is the foundation for a prosperous economy, this is really bad
for our economy. But there might be another big cost to mass
surveillance: loss of worker productivity.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
City Using Eminent Domain To Seize Farmer’s Irrigation Water
Off the Grid News - The city of Laurinburg, North Carolina,
wants to pay farmer Brian Maynor and his partner $12,000 for
three parcels of land that he says could produce crops worth
$200,000 a year.... The city has filed a declaration of taking
in an attempt to seize three acres of Maynor’s Shoeheel Farms,
the Laurinburg Exchange newspaper reported.
Why Does Taxpayer Money go to a Big Meat Lobbying Group?
AllGov - Each year a trade group representing the beef industry
collects more than $40 million in tax dollars to promote its
agenda and battle political opponents. It’s an unusual
arrangement, considering that most lobbying organizations rely
on private funding to fund their activities.
22½ Uses for Emergency Mylar Space Blankets
The Organic Prepper - Before going into the huge number of uses
for mylar blankets lets look at their primary use. Most people
have a mylar blanket in their kit, the question is, do you know
how to use it?
Paint Thinner in Children's Cereal Exposed
Activist Post - A lot of home builders and painters
will know what trisodium phosphate (TSP) is. But a
lot of them don't know that they eat it for
breakfast! Even though it appears right on the
ingredients label, a lot of people don't realize
it's an industrial cleaning agent.
FDA Needs a Lesson in Supplement Science
Alliance for Natural Health - The FDA’s new labeling
guidelines demonstrate, in a variety of ways, how
unfamiliar the agency is with the latest supplement
science. For example, the FDA reckons there are no
known benefits of the carotenoid pigments in fruit
and vegetables other than their role in being
converted to vitamin A. It says there is no evidence
that Americans suffer from vitamin A deficiency—and
it makes no difference whether you get it directly
from preformed vitamin A or indirectly from
Study touts spirulina as functional food for
(NaturalNews) Many have raved about superfood
spirulina's overall health benefits, and there have
been studies supporting their claims. One study in
Korea focused on type II diabetes patients to
determine if spirulina would alleviate diabetes
symptoms enough to be considered a valuable
functional food, a food that goes beyond supplying
normal nutritional needs, or a superfood.
Never has there been a safe vaccine,' Suzanne
Humphries, MD, says in interview
(NaturalNews) More than 80 percent of Americans
believe that you can inject toxins into your body
via vaccines and build immunity. More than 8 out of
10 Americans believe that you can cut cancer out of
your cells if you get the right "top notch" surgeon,
and that you can "radiate" cancer cells to death if
you find the right "top notch" oncologist, but what
are people really "doing to themselves" by believing
that chemicals help anything at all?
* Related Video:
Suzanne Humphries on Vaccines
FDA Finally Changes Prescription Recommendations for
Dr. Mercola - The FDA has issued a statement urging
health professionals to discontinue prescribing and
dispensing prescription combination drug products
containing more than 325 mg of acetaminophen per
Big Pharma profiteering gone wild: $1,000-a-pill
Hepatitis drug in USA sells for less than $10 in
(NaturalNews) The financial raping of America by Big
Pharma has just achieved a new milestone with the
impending launch of a Hepatitis C drug that costs
$1,000 a pill. If you've ever wondered why U.S.
health care is so unaffordable and inaccessible --
and why health insurance costs are bankrupting
businesses and municipalities across the nation --
this is exactly why. The same drug that sells for
$1,000 a pill in the USA -- named "Sovaldi" -- sells
for just $10 in Egypt, or 1/100th the USA price.
March 25, 2014 - Today In History:
1774 - English Parliament passed the Boston Port
1813 - The frigate USS Essex flew the first U.S.
flag in battle in the Pacific.
1865 - The SS General Lyon at Cape Hatteras caught
fire and sank. 400 people were killed.
1865 - During the American Civil War, Confederate
forces captured Fort Stedman in Virginia.
1900 - The U.S. Socialist Party was formed in
1905 - Rebel battle flags that were captured during
the American Civil War were returned to the South.
1915 - 21 people died when a U.S. F-4 submarine sank
off the Hawaiian coast.
1919 - The Paris Peace Commission adopted a plan to
protect nations from the influx of foreign labor.
1923 - The British government granted Trans-Jordan
1931 - Fifty people were killed in riots that broke
out in India. Gandhi was one of many people
1940 - The U.S. agreed to give Britain and France
access to all American warplanes.
1947 - John D. Rockefeller III presented a check for
$8.5 million to the United Nations for the purchase
of land for the site of the U.N. center.
1953 - The USS Missouri fired on targets at Kojo,
1954 - RCA manufactured its first color TV set and
began mass production.
1965 - Martin Luther King Jr. led a group of 25,000
to the state capital in Montgomery, AL.
1966 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the "poll
tax" was unconstitutional.
1970 - The Concorde made its first supersonic
1983 - The U.S. Congress passed legislation to
rescue the U.S. social security system from
1986 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan ordered
emergency aid for the Honduran army. U.S.
helicopters took Honduran troops to the Nicaraguan
1991 - Iraqi President Saddam Hussein launched a
major counter-offensive to recapture key towns from
Kurds in northern Iraq.
1994 - United States troops completed their
withdrawal from Somalia.
1996 - An 81-day standoff by the antigovernment
Freemen began at a ranch near Jordan, MT.
1998 - A cancer patient was the first known to die
under Oregon's doctor-assisted suicide law.
2004 - The U.S. Senate voted (61-38) on the Unborn
Victims of Violence Act (H.R. 1997) to make it a
separate crime to harm a fetus during the commission
of a violent federal crime.
Putin adviser proposes division of Ukraine along Nazi-Soviet lines and
says it's 'never too late to correct historical errors
The Independent - Vladimir Zhirinovsky, widely regarded as a mouthpiece
for the Russian president, proposed a redrawing of the borders of
western Ukraine - which would involve regions being incorporated into
the territories of Poland, Romania and Hungary.
VIDEO: Kiev orders its troops to withdraw from Crimea
Press TV - Ukraine's interim president has ordered full withdrawal of
Ukrainian troops from the strategic Black Sea Crimean Peninsula.
US, allies have decided to oust Russia from G8 over Crimea
Press TV - US President Barack Obama and leaders from other allied
states have decided to oust Russia from the Group of Eight (G8)
developed nations over the crisis in Ukraine and the status of Crimea,
the White House says.
Russia imposes retaliatory sanctions against Canada
RT - Moscow has imposed sanctions on Canada in response to sanctions
that Ottawa earlier introduced against some Russian officials in
connection with the situation in Ukraine, the Russian Foreign Ministry
VIDEO: Argentineans hold anti-US rally
Press TV - The demonstrators gathered outside the US Embassy in the
Argentinean capital, criticizing Washington for plotting a coup d’état
against the Venezuelan government. The protesters also demanded an end
to US meddling in the Latin American country’s internal affairs.
China demands end to US spying activities after new Snowden leak
RT - China has demanded that the US stop the snooping activities of its
National Security Agency against Chinese officials and companies.
Beijing has also asked Washington to explain the reports on the illegal
Aborted Babies Burned to Power Hospitals in UK
Paul Joseph Watson - Aborted and miscarried babies are being incinerated
as “clinical waste,” with some being used to power hospitals in the UK,
a policy that some have defended as an efficient means of sustainable
Vatican Chief Justice: Obama's Polices 'Have Become Progressively More
Hostile Toward Christian Civilization
CBS News - In an interview with Polonia Christiana magazine –and
transcribed by Life Site News — Cardinal Raymond Burke said that Obama
“promotes anti-life and anti-family policies.”
MH370 lost, plane went down in Indian Ocean, no survivors
RT - Malaysian airlines have announced beyond any reasonable doubt that
flight MH370 has been lost and that none of those on board have
survived. The airline has informed the relatives of those on board the
doomed flight that the plane is “lost” with no survivors.
A Startlingly Simple Theory About the Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet
Two Dutch F-16s Scrambled To Intercept Unidentified Boeing 777
Zero Hedge - With the world particularly sensitive to any news involving
stray and/or missing Boeing 777 airplanes, especially if said massive
stray airplane is heading toward the Nuclear security summit taking
place at the Hague, it is no surprise that the news which appeared about
an hour ago that two Dutch F-16s were scrambled to intercept a
unresponsive Boeing 777 in Dutch airspace, received such a prompt
cedes control of nuclear cache to U.S.
StratRisks - Japan will announce Monday that it will turn over to
Washington more than 700 pounds of weapons-grade plutonium and a large
quantity of highly enriched uranium, a decades-old research stockpile
that is large enough to build dozens of nuclear weapons, according to
U.S. and Japanese officials.
Ukraine Leader In New Leaked Recording: 8 Million Russians In Ukraine
"Must Be Killed With Nuclear Weapons"
Zero Hedge - After a month ago a leaked phone call between US assistant
secretary of state Victoria Nuland and the US envoy to the Ukraine,
Geoffrey Pyatt confirmed that it was the US that was pulling the strings
in what was about to be a violent coup overthrowing Ukraine's president
NATO Can’t Be Trusted to Tell the Truth About Russia and Ukraine
Kurt Nimmo - Gorbachev was told NATO would not move “one inch east,” a
promise soon violated. U.S. Air Force General Philip Breedlove, the
Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, said Sunday Russia is using snap
military exercises in preparation of a military invasion of Ukraine.
Poland Is Quietly Mobilizing Its Army Reservists
Zero Hedge - As The Week's Crispin Black reports, at least 7,000 Polish
workers in Europe have received call-up papers as army reservists in the
last few weeks. Polish authorities dismiss it as "routine" but the men
note this has never happened before.
Eyes on Afghanistan as Next Lithium Motherload
oilprice.com - As American troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, the US
has handed over prized mineral data to Kabul, which is hoping it can
provide enough security to lure investors to key mineral deposits that
could turn the country into the Saudi Arabia of Lithium in the best-case
scenario, or another conflict minerals venue like Congo.
Have you no shame?' Grief-stricken families of MH370 passengers protest
RT - Hundreds of people have gathered outside the Malaysian embassy in
Beijing to protest what they call two weeks of “lies and misleading
information” from the Malaysian authorities after flight MH370
disappeared two weeks ago.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 now clearly a government cover-up: All
evidence contradicts official story
(NaturalNews) The "official" story of what happened to Malaysia Airlines
Flight 370 is now a blatant cover-up. After an endless stream of wild
incompetence from the Malaysian military and government concerning the
radar signature of the missing flight, we are now told by the Malaysian
government that the flight "went down over the southern Indian Ocean"
and that all lives are lost.
African health workers battle Ebola; suspected Canada case
(AFP) - Health officials in Guinea battled to contain west Africa's
first outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus as neighbouring Liberia
reported its first suspected victims and a traveller returning to Canada
was hospitalised with suspicious symptoms.
TEPCO fails to restart Fukushima water decontamination process
RT - The water decontamination process at the crippled Fukushima nuclear
power plant has once again been halted, only about six hours after the
plant’s operator TEPCO announced it was resuming the purification
process following a previous failure.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
U.S. Foreign Policy in Africa: Oil and Commandoes
AllGov - When the U.S. military raided a renegade Libyan tanker
on March 16 in the Mediterranean Sea, the mission was successful
by all accounts… Aside from going off without a hitch, the
stealthy mission provided a rather noticeable example of what
American foreign policy in Africa is all about these days:
Special Forces and oil.
Obama adding resources to hunt for Kony
The Hill - President Obama has deployed additional troops and
new military aircraft to Uganda in a bid to intensify efforts to
hunt down Joseph Kony, a guerrilla leader who has abducted and
enlisted children in his resistance fight.
Prosecution closes in New York trial of Osama bin Laden
The Guardian - Bin Laden used the spokesman, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith,
“to send a message – a message that al-Qaida's attacks on 9/11
were justified that the United States got what it deserved”,
assistant US attorney John Cronan said in federal court in
Homeland Security Exercise Targets “Free Americans Against
Paul Joseph Watson - Leaked Homeland Security documents obtained
by Infowars reveal details of a joint DHS/FEMA national exercise
set to take place this week, one of the components of which
revolves around an effort to counter online dissent by a group
called “Free Americans Against Socialist Tyranny,” which is
disgruntled at the imposition of martial law after an earthquake
Joel Osteen's church theft opens can of worms: Jaws drop as
folks do the math
examiner.com - Joel Osteen recently reported the theft of
$600,000 from the safe in his church, but the theft wasn’t the
only information of interest revealed. After finding out that
this large chunk of money was from just one weekend of Osteen’s
collected church donations, jaws dropped around the nation.
Congressmen want answers about ATF raid on San Diego gun store
Fox News - Two San Diego congressmen want to know why federal
agents raided an Oceanside gun parts store last weekend and what
the government plans to do with the computers and customer lists
Homeless man shot to death by police while "illegally camping"
in the foothills of NM
Police State USA - Outrage has ignited over a helmet-cam video
of officers fatally confronting a homeless man at his primitive
campsite in the foothills. Video shows the man standing by his
meager possessions, surrounded by rifle-toting officers who were
citing him for illegally camping without government permission.
VIDEO: Ron Paul: US spends billions of dollars to kill democracy
Press TV - Former US Congressman Ron Paul says Washington spends
billions of dollars of American taxpayers’ money and “destroys
democracy” in countries around the world.
Indiana withdrawing from Common Core standards
wsbt.com - Republican Gov. Mike Pence's office says he signed a
bill Monday pulling Indiana from the program. Legislators
earlier approved the measure requiring the State Board of
Education to draft new standards outlining what students should
be learning in each grade rather than using the Common Core
Military, Police Declare Interest in Taser Drone
Steve Watson - A drone with built in 80,000 volt taser nodes is
now a source of interest for the military and the police,
according to reports. The device, which was debuted in Austin
recently at the SXSW gathering, was billed as a “personal
security” drone named Chaotic Moon Studios’ CUPID UAV, an
acronym for Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone.
Russia Returns Favor, Sees Chinese Yuan As World Reserve
Zero Hedge - Following China's unwillingness to vote against
Russia at the UN and yesterday's news that China will sue
Ukraine for $3bn loan repayment, it seems Russia is returning
the favor. Speaking at the Chinese Economic Development Forum,
ITAR-TASS reports, the Chief Economist of Russia's largest bank
stated that "China's Yuan may become the third reserve currency
in the in the future."
Attorney General Holder, FBI Director Mueller and Other Justice
Officials Cost Taxpayers $7.8 Million for “Non-Mission” Flights
AllGov - Those using government planes for “non-mission”
purposes included Attorney General (AG) Eric Holder and former
FBI Director Robert Mueller. The 395 trips by Holder, Mueller
and other officials cost $7.8 million. Whether flying for
business or pleasure, the attorney general is required to take
government jets for security reasons. However, the AG is also
required to reimburse the Treasury for this expense if the
travel is personal in nature.
A List Of 97 Taxes Americans Pay Every Year
Economic Collapse - Americans will spend more than 7 billion
hours preparing their taxes and will hand over more than four
trillion dollars to federal, state and local governments.
Americans will fork over nearly 30 percent of what they earn to
pay their income taxes, but that is only a small part of the
Schultz Family Foundation commits $30 million to help vets
Veterans Today - The Schultz Family Foundation announced a $30
million commitment to help America’s veterans overcome the
challenges of returning to civilian life and maximize their
skills for America’s businesses and communities.
California: A Geoengineered Dust Bowl
Activist Post - Since November of 2013, the beginning of the
rainfall season, California residents have experienced heavy
geoengineering and chemtrail activity almost every day, which
has transformed the Golden State, normally an agricultural
miracle, into an arid dust bowl.
14 dead, 176 reports of people missing in landslide
KING 5 News - Six additional bodies have been located, bringing
the death toll to 14. Governor Inslee said additional people
will join the search for survivors Tuesday morning.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
The Do-Everything Bug-Killing Miracle Powder Called Diatomaceous
Off the Grid News - Here are the top 7 ways you could you use it
around the house and in the homestead...
DIY Hydroponic Garden Tower – The ULTIMATE hydroponic system
growing over 100 plants in 10 sq feet
From the Trenches - This is a simple hydroponic system made with
4″ irrigation pipes. You can buy everything at your local
hardware store and a local hydroponics store. It uses 80% less
water than square foot gardening and does not require you to
break your back bending down to garden.
Monsanto package admits seeds treated with 'poison,' advises
against human consumption
(NaturalNews) The Food Warrior Network recently posted a photo
of a seed package distributed by Monsanto India Limited, for
instance, that warns users not to consume the seeds or use them
as food, oil or animal feed, because they are poisonous.
Thiram Health and Environmental Effects
Remembering Heidi Stevenson of Gaia Health
Activist Post - It is with great sorrow and a heavy
heart to inform you that the world lost a dear and
tenacious warrior for truth and freedom on March 12,
2014.... While she wrote at her own expense and
time, her hundreds of articles were shared far and
wide, benefiting other writers trying to piece the
big puzzle together. She contributed to well-known
natural health websites, most recently to Green Med
Best tips on how to enhance turmeric absorption and
boost its benefits
STEPin2 - Simply taking
turmeric may still provide health benefits, but
it will not provide the full benefits unless it is
Turmeric is fat-soluble, which means that it
doesn’t fully dissolve unless it is in fat. No fat,
means no dissolving of
curcumin, which is the active ingredient in
HPV Vaccine Maker’s Study Proves Natural HPV
Infection Beneficial, Not Deadly
Green Med Info - Despite aggressive pressure to get
girls as early as 9 years old to vaccinate against
HPV, a new analysis shows that natural HPV infection
actually prevents new HPV infections and cervical
changes linked to cancer malignancy.
How To Know If You Have a Sleep Disorder and
Discover The Best Foods That Promote Sleep
preventdisease.com - If you don't feel rested in the
mornings, one of many sleep disorders could be
responsible. Insufficient sleep is a serious problem
that poses a threat to your health and safety. Your
sleep hygiene influences how much sleep you get and
foods, vitamins, minerals and hormones all make a
Houseplant Protects Against HIV: Geranium Prevents
HIV from Invading Cells
Natural Society - Published in the online
peer-reviewed journal, PLOS One, the study indicates
root extracts from geraniums are able to protect the
blood and immune cells from infection by HIV-1. It
does this by blocking the attachment of the virus to
the human cells, preventing the spread, according to
The Daily Mail.
Top 8 foods and herbs for healing cancer
(NaturalNews) With 44% of men and 39% of women now
being diagnosed with cancer, it has become more
important than ever to understand the foods that
will not only nourish your body, but also detoxify
it of any cancer causing agents. Here are some of
the most potent cancer destroying foods and herbs.
Colorado House Passes Forced Vaccination Bill: One
of 18 States Pushing Corporate Drugs
Natural Society - Parents who intended to claim the
‘opt out’ available in a current rendition of
Colorado’s current law, due to religious or personal
beliefs, will find it much more difficult to do so.
March 24, 2014 - Today In History:
1765 - Britain passed the Quartering Act that
required the American colonies to house 10,000
British troops in public and private buildings.
1828 - The Philadelphia & Columbia Railway was
authorized as the first state owned railway.
1832 - Mormon Joseph Smith was beaten, tarred and
feathered in Ohio.
1868 - Metropolitan Life Insurance Company was
1880 - The first "hail insurance company" was
incorporated in Connecticut. It was known as Tobacco
Growers’ Mutual Insurance Company.
1882 - In Berlin, German scientist Robert Koch
announced the discovery of the tuberculosis germ
1883 - The first telephone call between New York and
Chicago took place.
1900 - Mayor Van Wyck of New York broke the ground
for the New York subway tunnel that would link
Manhattan and Brooklyn.
1900 - In New Jersey, the Carnegie Steel Corporation
1920 - The first U.S. coast guard air station was
established at Morehead City, NC.
1934 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt signed a
bill granting future independence to the
1938 - The U.S. asked that all powers help refugees
fleeing from the Nazis.
1946 - The Soviet Union announced that it was
withdrawing its troops from Iran.
1947 - The U.S. Congress proposed the limitation of
the presidency to two terms.
1989 - The Exxon Valdez spilled 240,000 barrels (11
million gallons) of oil in Alaska's Prince William
Sound after it ran aground.
1989 - The U.S. decided to send humanitarian aid to
1995 - The U.S. House of Representatives passed a
welfare reform package that made the most changes in
social programs since the New Deal.
1998 - In Jonesboro, AR, two young boys open fire at
students from woods near a school. Four students and
a teacher were killed and 10 others were injured.
The two boys were 11 and 13 years old cousins.
1998 - A former FBI agent said papers found in James
Earl Ray's car supports a conspiracy theory in the
assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
1999 - NATO launched air strikes against Yugoslavia
(Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Vojvodina). The
attacks marked the first time in its 50-year history
that NATO attacked a sovereign country. The bombings
were in response to Serbia's refusal to sign a peace
treaty with ethnic Albanians who were seeking
independence for the province of Kosovo.
2005 - The U.S. Supreme Court denied an appeal from
the parents of Terri Schiavo to have a feeding tube
reinserted into the severely brain-damaged woman.
2012 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney underwent a
heart transplant at a Virginia hospital.
Ukraine fears Russia ‘ready to attack’
Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine’s Western-backed leaders voiced fears on Sunday of
an imminent Russian invasion of the eastern industrial heartland
following the fall of their last airbase in Crimea to defiant Kremlin
Moscow: No troop build-up or undeclared military activity near Ukraine
RT - Russia is observing all international agreements on troop limits in
regions bordering Ukraine, the Russian Deputy Defense Minister said,
adding that foreign missions’ inspections can confirm that. The
statement was made in response to reports by several foreign media
outlets over concentrations of "thousands" of Russian servicemen on the
Russia Returns Favor, Sees Chinese Yuan As World Reserve Currency
Zero Hedge - Following China's unwillingness to vote against Russia at
the UN and yesterday's news that China will sue Ukraine for $3bn loan
repayment, it seems Russia is returning the favor. Speaking at the
Chinese Economic Development Forum, ITAR-TASS reports, the Chief
Economist of Russia's largest bank stated that "China's Yuan may become
the third reserve currency in the in the future."
Visa, Mastercard resume services with 2 Russian banks blocked after US
RT - International payment systems Visa and MasterCard have resumed
services for transactions for clients at Russia's SMP Bank and
Investcapitalbank, blocked after the US imposed sanctions against top
Russian officials following Crimea’s move to join Russia.
Syrian jet shot down by Turkey
London Telegraph - The Syrian conflict encroached threateningly on
Nato’s eastern frontiers on Sunday when Turkey shot down an Assad regime
fighter jet that it said had crossed into its territory during a major
battle for a key border post.
Israel closes embassies all over the world as diplomats go on indefinite
RT - Employees of Israel's Foreign Ministry went on an all-out strike
Sunday for the first time in the country’s history over a dispute
surrounding workers' salaries and conditions.
Venice votes to split from Italy as 89% of the city's residents opt to
form a new independent state
Daily Mail - Venetians have voted overwhelmingly for their own sovereign
state in a ‘referendum’ on independence from Italy. Inspired by
Scotland’s separatist ambitions, 89 per cent of the residents of the
lagoon city and its surrounding area, opted to break away from Italy in
an unofficial ballot.
Search for MH370 boosted by significant developments, including new
satellite images and first sighting of possible debris
Daily Mail - A third large object spotted via a Chinese satellite and a
civilian plane sighting of debris in the search zone, about 2,500
kilometres off the coast of Perth, were among 'three significant
developments' in the search operation, according to Australian Prime
Minister Tony Abbott.
U.S. and Ukraine Prepare for War
Kurt Nimmo - On Sunday Obama’s deputy national security advisor, Tony
Blinken, said Russia is amassing troops on the border ahead of a move to
Ukraine crisis: Gunfire and explosions as Crimean base is stormed by
London Independent - Russian armour smashed into the base of Ukrainian
troops on Saturday in the first serious military action between the two
countries in the confrontation over Crimea.
Egypt court sentences 529 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
RT - The Upper Egypt court has issued a death penalty to 529 supporters
of the Muslim Brotherhood on charges of murder and inciting violence.
Only 153 of those sentenced are currently in custody, the rest were
tried in absentia.
The Fruits of Socialism – Venezuelan Food Lines
Libertarian Republic - A user from the popular image sharing site imgur
has uploaded a series of photos showing food lines in Venezuela. The
lines are undoubtedly the result of new price controls that President
Nicolas Maduro has instituted as an effort to tame inflation.
VIDEO: CNN Reporter Rides Shotgun on Malaysia Flight Weeks Before it
Activist Post - Several weeks ago, CNN reporter Richard Quest was given
exclusive access to the cockpit of Fariq Abdul Hamid, the co-pilot of
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Coincidence?
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Feinstein’s Bill to Kill Free Speech of
Independent Journalists ‘Has Votes’ to Pass Senate
The Daily Sheeple - After fending off numerous attacks on the
freedom of the internet last year, activists and independent
journalists alike are now facing another hurdle that flies in
the face of freedom of the press, the “Journalist Shield Law“.
Beijing hotel workers already ‘fed up’ with Obama entourage in
3400-square-foot, $8,350-per-night suite
Daily Mail - Michelle Obama and three of her family members are
staying in a $8,350-per-night Beijing presidential suite, but
despite a 24-hour butler and other perks that come with the
lodging, her entourage has inconvenienced ‘pretty much everyone’
and made the hotel staff ‘fed up,’ a well-placed hotel staffer
has told MailOnline.
Idaho Gov. Signs Emergency Legislation to Nullify Federal Gun
Freedom Outpost - On the heels of the illegal ATF raid on Ares
Armor, Idaho Governor Butch Otter signed into law S1332, a bill
which will effectively nullify federal gun laws. The
nullification legislation will prohibit state enforcement of any
future federal act that relates to firearms, accessories or
ammunition. S1332, or as it is commonly referred to as the Idaho
Federal Firearm, Magazine and Register Ban Enforcement Act,
passed both the house (68-0) and senate (34-0) unanimously.
Delaware Supreme Court Throws Out Gun Ban
Breitbart- On March 19th the Delaware Supreme Court ruled that
the Wilmington Housing Authority's (WHA) gun ban "is
Virginia Student Gets Suspended for Taking Razor From Kid Who
Was Cutting Himself
reason.com - Note to American tweens: Don’t be a Good Samaritan
on the state’s watch. A sixth grader at a Virginia Beach public
school was suspended this week for having a razor blade. She
took the blade from another student who was cutting himself with
it. Bad move, apparently.
Thousands Sign White House Petition for Alaska to Secede and
Activist Post - “We the People,” the White House’s online
petition website that claims it is “giving all Americans a way
to engage their government on the issues that matter to them,”
is currently hosting a petition for Alaska to leave the United
States and join Russia.
Pentagon database amasses millions of non-military police
RT - A rarely reported but highly extensive database managed by
a Pentagon law enforcement agency that contains millions of
details including criminal records and minor infractions alike
is being called into question.
30 Survey Results That Sound False But That Are Actually True
Economic Collapse - As you will see below, Americans are angrier
and more frustrated with government and with their lives than
ever before, but we also exhibit almost unbelievable levels of
sloth and apathy. Some of the numbers below are quite funny, and
others are absolutely stunning. But they all say something about
who we have become as a nation.
Tea Party Candidate First Ever To Win As Write-In For PA
Breitbart- A Tea Party candidate became the first ever state
senator in Pennsylvania to win as a write-in candidate on
Tuesday in a special election that showed how dissatisfied
voters are, even at the local level, with both organized
How (& Why) JPMorgan & COMEX Should Be Sued For Precious
Zero Hedge - While every other asset class in the world has now
been found to be subject to some form of manipulation (from
LIBOR rates to FX fixes and from commodity warehousing to HFT
equity front-running), the stakes in a COMEX silver/gold/copper
manipulation lawsuit are staggering. Not only is market
manipulation the most serious market crime possible, the markets
that have been manipulated and the number of those injured are
Mt. Gox claims to have found over $100 mn in 'forgotten'
RT - Mt. Gox said it found 200,000 “forgotten" bitcoins on March
7, just a week after the digital-currency exchange filed for
bankruptcy, claiming it had lost $500 million worth of bitcoins.
Oakland will pay $4.5 million to injured Occupy activist Scott
RT - A United States military veteran who was critically injured
by the police during an Occupy Wall Street protest in October
2011 will be awarded $4.5 million by the city of Oakland,
Are They Fracking for Gold?
Zen Gardner - While oil and gas extraction appears to be the
primary goal of fracking, this research tells us somewhat of a
different, potential reason. See for yourself if this doesn’t
make you wonder...
Radiation leaks force transfer of nuclear waste from New Mexico
RT - The cause of the radiation leaks at the United States’
first nuclear waste repository are still under investigation,
but in the meantime government officials have decided to move a
stalled shipment of waste to a private dump in Texas.
Oil spill clean-up closes off vital Texas channel for second day
RT - A massive oil spill clean-up operation shut down the
Houston Ship Channel for the second day on Sunday, blocking
dozens of ships. An oil barge with a 900,000-gallon tank
collided with a ship on Saturday and spilled up to 168,000
15 Earthquakes Recorded In Oklahoma Since Friday
news9.com - The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded 15
earthquakes in Oklahoma since about 9:30 p.m. Friday, the
largest being a magnitude 4.0. The 4.0 magnitude quake was
recorded at 10:05 p.m. Friday about seven miles south of
Langston. Three other quakes of magnitude 2.9, 3.0 and 3.3 were
recorded Saturday afternoon in the Medford area.
Judge Andrew Napolitano: 'It Works, Why Are We Fixing It?':
U.S. Cedes Control of Internet Domains
Fox News Insider - The U.S. government plans to give up control
over the body that manages Internet names and addresses, a move
that could bring more international cooperation over management
of the Web, but will make some U.S. businesses nervous.
Researchers recover typed text using audio recording of
UC Berkeley - A new security threat revealed by computer
scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, may be
enough to drive some people away from their computer keyboards
and back to pen and paper. The researchers show that a simple
audio recording of those keyboard clicks can betray the text you
just entered, from passwords to secret love notes.
The Truth Hurts: Mark Dice’s Channel Permanently Deleted by
YouTube for “Severe Violations”
The Daily Sheeple - Mark Dice, a video blogger who became famous
for his man-on-the-street interviews where he allows average
Americans to display their utter lack of awareness and mental
acuity, has had his primary Youtube channel summarily removed
for “severe violations of our community guidelines,” despite the
fact that Dice is well-known for keeping the language on his
videos clean and refraining from any type of hate speech.
UPDATE: YouTube Censors Major Anti-Obama Channel
Paul Joseph Watson - About 3 hours after this article was posted
and following a wave of public pressure, Mark Dice’s channel was
restored by YouTube.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Precedent Setting Agriculture Bill Signed by Virginia
farmtoconsumer.org - Virginia Senate Bill 51 (SB51), a landmark
bill creating more economic opportunities and decreasing
regulations for Virginia’s family farms was signed last Thursday
by Governor Terry McAuliffe. The new law takes effect July 1,
2014. The law will increase consumer access to locally produced
food as well as giving farmers new markets and a more favorable
Forget Doom and Gloom: Preparedness is the Ultimate Act of
Activist Post - Thoughts of your plans, your lifestyle, and your
loaded pantry room should give you a sense of peace and
security. If your state of preparedness makes you feel unhappy,
stressed, angry, or resentful, you’re doing something wrong....
Here are some examples of how prepping is pure, unadulterated
Take These 11 Steps To Survive An International Crisis
Alt-Market - For those of us in the liberty movement, it is now
impossible to ignore the potential threat to our economy. No
longer can people claim that “perhaps” there will be a crisis
someday, that perhaps “five or 10 years” down the road we will
have to face the music. No, the threat is here now, and it is
Pricele$$: The Failure of U.S. Healthcare Spending
Activist Post - The following infographic first
takes a broad look at the current state of U.S.
healthcare spending by introducing the salient facts
of life expectancy results from other countries that
spend far less. More importantly, however, the
graphic concludes by offering the solution to both
the expense and the lack of effectiveness within the
Update on 80-year-old Stan Rutner's cancer cannabis
cure while in hospice
(NaturalNews) The chemo and radiation were killing
him and not doing much for his lung and brain
cancers. He was wasting away, near death, and had to
use bottled oxygen 24/7. Then, his son-in-law and
daughter got Stan to try cannabis. The results were
amazing.... In days, he was able to sleep better,
eat more, go without using oxygen and walk without a
walker. Within nine months, he was completely cancer
Wisdom teeth surgery a deadly dental scam: Young
mother falls into coma following visit to dentist
(NaturalNews) There is no logic or scientific
justification for the routine removal of wisdom
teeth from the mouth, and when this medically
unjustified procedure is pushed onto patients as a
source of dental revenue, it subjects patients to
unnecessary health risks that can literally endanger
First Case Study to Show Direct Link Between
Alzheimer’s and Aluminum Toxicity
Dr. Mercola - With Alzheimer's rates skyrocketing,
today's multiple avenues of aluminum exposure are of
great concern. Just as with particles in the
environment, once aluminum is in your tissues, your
body has a difficult time releasing it. This toxic
metal serves absolutely no biological purpose, so
the less of it you ingest, the better.
Most unique, self-empowering health event of the
year coming to Branson, MO, April 3-5
(NaturalNews) The most unique health event of the
year is coming to the Midwest, where a hunger for
health truth is growing fast. In its second year,
Hungry 4 Health Gala and Organic Festival is set
to deliver life-changing information to many people
from different walks of life. People are already
planning to come from many states across the US and
Mexico to be a part of this growing event.
The Cure to Cancer Conference April 25th-27th – San
The Cure to Cancer Conference is designed to bring
forth the latest and most groundbreaking leaders
around the fields of cancer research and share the
results they've been getting with every major type
of cancer on the planet.... Livestream and video
recordings will be available for those who can not
attend it in person.
Why You Should Never Refrigerate Tomatoes
Dr. Mercola - Tomatoes and cold temperatures don't
mix, so if you store your tomatoes in the fridge,
you're missing out on more than just the loss of
The amazing benefits of eating coconuts
(NaturalNews) Eating fresh coconuts, as a sizable
portion of the world's population does as part of
their daily diet, according to the Coconut Research
Center, reaps many benefits that people will find
attractive. Just a few of these advantages are
Aloe Vera is an anti-tumor herb that's also great
for your skin and cardiovascular system
(NaturalNews) Aloe Vera is not only exceptionally
good for the skin and immune system, but research
now tends to show its immense potential when dealing
with problems related to the cardiovascular system
and even certain forms of cancer.
Study shows Spirulina fusiformis reduces damaging
effects of toxic mercuric chloride on kidneys
(NaturalNews) Mercury is a highly toxic substance,
but it is still used openly in the modern world.
With its ability to cause permanent brain damage to
children, kill babies in the womb and inflict kidney
damage in adults, mercury is one of the most
overlooked toxic substances today.
Rice Isn't Nice
feline-nutrition.org - The American Society for
Nutritional Sciences showed that dietary rice
decreases the amount of taurine in whole blood and
plasma in cats, and that despite the routine
supplementation of commercial feline diets with
taurine, cats continue to be diagnosed with taurine
March 21, 2014 - Today In History:
1788 - Almost the entire city of New Orleans, LA,
was destroyed by fire. 856 buildings were destroyed.
1790 - Thomas Jefferson reported to U.S. President
George Washington as the new secretary of state.
1851 - Yosemite Valley was discovered in California.
1907 - The U.S. Marines landed in Honduras to
protect American interests in the war with
1910 - The U.S. Senate granted ex-President Teddy
Roosevelt a yearly pension of $10,000.
1928 - U.S. President Calvin Coolidge gave the
Congressional Medal of Honor to Charles Lindbergh
for his first trans-Atlantic flight.
1935 - Incubator ambulance service began in Chicago,
1945 - During World War II, Allied bombers began
four days of raids over Germany.
1963 - Alcatraz Island, the federal penitentiary in
San Francisco Bay, CA, closed.
1965 - The U.S. launched Ranger 9. It was the last
in a series of unmanned lunar explorations.
1965 - More than 3,000 civil rights demonstrators
led by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. began a march
from Selma to Montgomery, AL.
1971 - Two U.S. platoons in Vietnam refused their
orders to advance.
1972 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states
could not require one year of residency for voting
1980 - U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced to the
U.S. Olympic Team that they would not participate in
the 1980 Summer Games in Moscow as a boycott against
Soviet intervention in Afghanistan.
1984 - A Soviet submarine crashed into the USS Kitty
Hawk off the coast of Japan.
1991 - 27 people were lost at sea when two U.S. Navy
anti-submarine planes collided.
1991 - The U.N. Security Council lifted the food
embargo against Iraq.
1994 - Bill Gates of Microsoft and Craig McCaw of
McCaw Cellular Communications announced a $9 billion
plan that would send 840 satellites into orbit to
relay information around the globe.
1995 - New Jersey officially dedicated the Howard
Stern Rest Area along Route 295.
1995 - Tokyo police raided the headquarters of Aum
Shinrikyo in search of evidence to link the cult to
the Sarin gas released on five Tokyo subway trains.
2003 - It was reported that the Dow Jones Industrial
Average closed up 235.27 (2.8%) at 8,521.97. It was
the strongest weekly gain in more than 20 years.
2006 - The social media website Twitter launched
with the first tweet by co-founder Jack Dorsey.
Is Russia Dumping Nearly $118 Billion in U.S. Gov’t Bonds?
The Blaze - The U.S. Federal Reserve’s foreign account holdings recently
declined by approximately $118 billion – and it seems likely Russia had
something to do with it.
Another Putin Oligarch Dumps His Shares Ahead Of Sanctions
Zero Hedge - Cyprus-based oil trader Gunvor Group announced that
co-founder Gennady Timchenko (estimated wealth $8.5 billion) - who was
named on today's sanctions list - sold his entire 44% stake in the
company yesterday. The question is - as we show below - did the US
Treasury tip Timchenko off to what was coming?
Ukraine Goes Cyprus 2.0, To Tax Deposits Over 100,000 Hryvnia (To
Zero Hedge - It would appear the IMF's dirty little fingerprints are all
over this latest piece of legislation in Ukraine. The Ukraine Finance
Ministry is proposing to take a very-similar-to-Cyprus approach to
bailing in its despositors:
The Honeymoon Is Over: Ukraine To Stun Citizens With 40% Gas Price Hike
Zero Hedge - Ukraine’s honeymoon period with its new rulers may end far
sooner that most expect, and it will be certainly accelerated with news
such as this. A few hours ago, Interfax reported that Ukraine expects to
increase domestic gas prices by 40% once discounted import prices from
Russia expire, the country’s Energy Minister Yury Prodan told
journalists in the European Parliament on Thursday.
VIDEO: China Buying World’s Entire New Gold Supply – Mike Maloney
Liberty Crier - The Former World Bank Chief Economist recently stated
that the dominance of the greenback was the root cause of the global
financial and economic crises and that the solution to this was to
replace the national currency with a global currency. Of course, there
are already two global currencies in existence. Gold and silver. Mike
YouTube: How to Steal an Airplane: From 9/11 to MH370
Corbett Report - As the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370—the
Boeing 777 bound for Beijing that vanished seemingly without a
trace—approaches the two week mark, the talking heads of the corporate
news networks are becoming increasingly desperate to fill the 24/7 news
cycle with meaningless speculation and blather.
Continue reading here.
CNN Bombshell Connection To Missing Plane: CNN Anchor Flew With Missing
Malaysian 370 Co-Pilot Prior To Event: Why?
(Before It's News) One would be wise to listen to CNN’s Richard Quest in
the very first video below in which he not only ADMITS to having flown
weeks ago with the missing Malaysian air co-pilot (see Instagram pic
below video of the two together) but ALSO drops a bombshell Freudian
slip at the 30 second mark where he named a bunch of countries that were
involved in a ‘coordinated attack’ while trying to say ‘attempt’.
Mayans Win Huge Battle to Ban GMO Soy Crops
Natural Society - Mayans of the Campeche Region have just won a two-year
legal battle to get rid of Monsanto and their GMO soybeans (suicide
beans). Following the ban of GM maize in Mexico, this ancient and
agriculturally savvy culture has won a major battle against biotech
monopolies around the globe.
Russian parliament ratifies Crimea incorporation
RT - The upper chamber of the Russian parliament has ratified an
international treaty with Crimea, which accepts the former Ukrainian
region as a new part of Russia. 155 senators present at the meeting
EU expands Russia sanctions list to 33 people, cancels EU-Russia summit
RT - The EU has agreed to expand its sanctions list over the Crimea
referendum by 12 more people, bringing the total to 33, said European
Council President Van Rompuy. The EU also canceled the upcoming EU-Russia
summit, along with other bilateral summits.
US blacklists 20 Russian officials and businessmen, threatens to
RT - US President Barack Obama has announced a new executive order
imposing further sanctions on top Russian officials and businessmen. The
order also allows for measures against Russian energy, mining, defense,
and engineering sectors.
Sanctions against Russia? Don’t Tell ExxonMobil
AllGov - ExxonMobil may be based in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean it’s
an American company, not in the sense that its interests and those of
the nation coincide. Sometimes they might have shared interests, but in
the case of Russia’s power play in Ukraine, ExxonMobil has far too much
invested in America’s former Cold War nemesis to see the U.S. government
led by President Barack Obama get in its way of making money.
The US promises to go to war for more than 54 countries
Press TV - There are 54 different countries on Earth that the US is
legally obligated to militarily protect and defend if they get into
their own conflicts. Below is the State Department’s list of them...
‘People are just being murdered’: Fresh EU funds for Greece do little to
RT - Greek streets thronged with disillusioned crowds, as some three
thousand union members hit the streets, fed up with austerity measures
just as the country secured a fresh rescue loan of 8.5 billion euro
coupled with further spending cuts and unemployment.
Fukushima water decontamination suspended indefinitely
RT - Treatment of radioactive water at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power
plant might be indefinitely suspended after malfunctions crippled the
water purification process and recontaminated thousands of tons of
partially purified water, Japanese media report.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Austin Police Train Alongside National Guard At Military Base
Adan Salazar - Members of the Austin Police Department trained
alongside Texas Army National Guard troops at Austin’s Camp
Mabry yesterday, learning various military tactics they say will
help them be better prepared for the next Ford Hood.
NRA Does Not Oppose Weakening Stand Your Ground Law in Florida
Kurt Nimmo - Florida’s Stand Your Ground self-defense law tested
during the George Zimmerman trial is under assault in Florida.
Marion Hammer, a former NRA president who is one of the chief
architects of the law in Florida, is not opposed to changes to
the law. She has served as the NRA’s lobbyist in Tallahassee for
more than three decades.
Five Gun Rights Cases to Watch
reason.com - The cases involve who can legally obtain weapons,
what kinds of weapons they can own, how they can use them, and
where they can use them. Two of them have filed certiorari
petitions with the Supreme Court, though whether they'll be
taken up remains to be seen.
NY gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino: ‘If I am elected
governor, I will repeal the SAFE Act’
guns.com - Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino is
making one thing very clear to New Yorkers who value their
constitutional rights to keep and bear arms, that is if he is
elected the next governor of The Empire State he will do away
with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s sweeping gun control law the NY SAFE
Kansas ‘retaliation’ bill would allow police to arrest people
who complain about officers
Raw Story - A Kansas bill being considered by the House Standing
Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice would give police
the power to arrest people who file complaints against officers
if those allegations were proven false.
Heavily Armed Police Raid Teens Playing With Airsoft Rifles
Kit Daniels - While confronting a group of Kentucky teenagers
playing with airsoft rifles, heavily armed police arrested one
of the teens after he told his friend to keep filming their
encounter with the officers.
New York Trains To Install Audio, Video Recorders
Mikael Thalen - New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority
announced its plan to install several thousand audio and video
recorders on its commuter trains Wednesday, reportedly in
response to federal safety recommendations.
Osama Bin Laden claimed responsibility for 9/11 attacks, says
inquirer.net - Osama Bin Laden claimed responsibility for
masterminding 9/11 on the night of the attacks, his son-in-law
said Wednesday as he unexpectedly testified at his federal trial
in New York on terror charges.
Brainwash level - ‘neocons’: Staged Liz Wahl Psy-Op exposure
explodes on Twitter
RT - Remember the Mainstream’s frothing over Liz Wahl’s
resignation from RT? How she was feted by the networks,
supported by the beast, and embraced heartily by neo-con
* Related Video:
RT Liz Wahl set up.
What A Surprise! It Turns Out They Lied About The Deficit Last
Zero Hedge - Despite the Obama administration touting a budget
deficit of “only” $680 billion in 2013, the GAO’s more accurate
accounting shows a total government cost of $3.8 trillion on
total revenue of $2.8 trillion. In other words– the
administration wasn’t exactly honest with the American people–
the deficit was more like $1 trillion, not $680 billion. But it
Do Not Make Fun Of Those That Have Fallen Out Of The Middle
Class – You Could Be Next
Economic Collapse - There are millions of American families that
once lived very comfortable middle class lifestyles that have
lost it all. When you are unemployed and you can't find a decent
job, it can crush your soul. Every day you can see the
disappointment or the disapproval in the eyes of your family and
friends, and it can be really easy to want to give up
Study: 38 Percent Of Employers Will Lay Off Workers If Minimum
Wage Is Hiked
CBS News - A new study has found that 38 percent of employers
will lay workers off if the minimum wage is increased as
President Barack Obama has proposed.
8 Surprising Uses for Cream of Tartar
Care2.com - From zapping ink stains to making toys,
read on for some of the most surprising uses for
cream of tartar.
Obamacare Provider Knows When Clients Visit the
Paul Joseph Watson - Obamacare provider Humana knows
when its clients visit the bathroom, sleep, walk,
open the medicine cabinet or use the fridge under a
new “telemedicine” program that allows constant
monitoring of individuals in their home.
Turmeric promotes skin health, protects from
radiation damage and aging
STEPin2 - It is truly a superstar spice, and new
studies show that it can even kill multiple myeloma
cells. It seems like more studies are popping up
everyday showing promising benefits when it comes to
this wondrous spice and root.
Two Foods That May Sabotage Your Brain
Green Med Info - Could there be a food-based cure
for schizophrenia, bipolar, and depressive
disorders? It is my firm conviction that diet – both
what it may be deficient in as well as its potential
toxicity – can cause what we label as mental
YouTube: Effects of Stress on Your Body
A beautifully animated explanation of bad effects
caused on your body because of stress. It nicely
explains the functions of body parts and the harms
occurred due to stress.
Study reveals new insight on the most important
antioxidant we need: glutathione
(NaturalNews) Glutathione is called the master
antioxidant because it can regenerate itself in the
liver after each fill-up of free radicals and go
back to work. Free radicals are often the byproduct
of normal cellular metabolic oxidation and toxic
overload, leading to autoimmune diseases, several
cancers or heart attacks.
China Study author-scientist declares low-carb diet
(NaturalNews) According to the U.K.'s Daily Mail,
Dr. Campbell feels so strongly that low-carb diets
are harmful that choosing the standard American diet
(SAD), in his opinion, is even a better option. SAD,
in case you have never heard of the term, is a
generalized dietary protocol that involves eating
high quantities of processed foods, refined sugars
and unhealthy fats.
America: The land of meat, cheese and bread
(NaturalNews) "Which bread would you like sir/ma'am,
our signature pesticide-toasted whole wheat or our
extra-gluten IBS bread with high-fructose corn syrup
swirls? Did you want extra rennet (calf stomach)
with your cheese spread?
Drug companies furiously fight new FDA safety
(NaturalNews) The makers of generic drugs are
vigorously opposing a new proposed rule by the Food
and Drug Administration which would mandate that
they change prescribing information on their
products if they obtain new safety information, a
change they claim would subject them to product
Daily Walking Benefits Those with Lung Disease and
Cuts Stroke Risk. Here’s How to Optimize Your
Benefits from Walking
Dr. Mercola - I've recently started writing more
about the health benefits of proper posture. Its
benefits go FAR beyond looks; your posture has a
tremendous impact on chronic pain, and in all
likelihood contributes a great deal to the
biological harm associated with prolonged sitting.
Posture and proper body mechanics is equally
important when you're moving about.
Hibiscus Extract Inhibits Obesity and Offers Liver
Dr. Mercola - This potent plant, once enjoyed by
Egyptian pharaohs, is now being celebrated for its
anti-obesity and liver-protective potential.
University sports jerseys and key chains
contaminated with toxic heavy metals that promote
(NaturalNews) College sports jerseys, key chains,
seat cushions and other memorabilia have been found
to contain shockingly high levels of toxic heavy
metals like lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic. The
toxic products were sold by stores like Target,
Walgreens and Wal-Mart, and they represent the
University of Michigan, the University of Minnesota,
Michigan State University and many other
Glucocorticoid: Avoid This Popular Pet Drug Until
You Learn Its Shocking Side Effects
Dr. Becker - Pets are commonly given steroids to
treat the symptoms of an inflammatory condition
almost anywhere in the body. They are also
prescribed for autoimmune disorders, certain types
of cancers, and in cases of trauma or shock.
10 Breeds Favored by Dog Thieves
Dr. Becker - The AKC reported a 70 percent increase
in dog thefts in 2012. Dog “flippers” are out in
force, stealing and selling other people’s beloved
pets for top dollar. If your dog belongs to one of
these 10 breeds, you need to be on high alert.
March 20, 2014 - Today In History: First Day
1760 - The great fire of Boston destroyed 349
1816 - The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed its right to
review state court decisions.
1833 - The U.S. and Siam signed a commercial treaty.
1852 - Harriet Beecher Stowe’s book "Uncle Tom’s
Cabin," subtitled "Life Among the Lowly," was first
1865 - A plan by John Wilkes Booth to abduct U.S.
President Abraham Lincoln was ruined when Lincoln
changed his plans and did not appear at the
Soldier’s Home near Washington, DC.
1868 - Jesse James Gang robbed a bank in
Russellville, KY, of $14,000.
1896 - U.S. Marines landed in Nicaragua to protect
U.S. citizens in the wake of a revolution.
1897 - The first U.S. orthodox Jewish Rabbinical
seminary was incorporated in New York.
1899 - At Sing Sing prison, Martha Place was the 1st
woman to be executed in the electric chair. She was
put to death for the murder of her stepdaughter.
1918 - The Bolsheviks of the Soviet Union asked for
American aid to rebuild their army.
1922 - U.S. President Warren G. Harding ordered U.S.
troops back from the Rhineland.
1922 - The USS Langley was commissioned. It was the
first aircraft carrier for the U.S. Navy.
1940 - The British Royal Air Force conducted an
all-night air raid on the Nazi airbase at Sylt,
1952 - The U.S. Senate ratified a peace treaty with
1965 - U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson orders 4,000
troops to protect the Selma-Montgomery civil rights
1969 - U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy called on the
U.S. to close all bases in Taiwan.
1976 - Patricia Hearst was convicted of armed
robbery for her role in the hold up of a San
1980 - The U.S. made an appeal to the International
Court concerning the American Hostages in Iran.
1987 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration
approved AZT. The drug was proven to slow the
progress of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency
1990 - Imelda Marcos, widow of ex-Philippines
dictator Ferdinand Marcos, went on trial for
racketeering, embezzlement and bribery.
1990 - In Rumania, tanks were sent to the town of
Tirgu Mures to quell ethnic riots.
1991 - The U.S. forgave $2 billion in loans to
2002 - Arthur Andersen pled innocent to charges that
it had shredded documents and deleted computer files
related to the energy company Enron.
2003 - U.S. and British forces invaded Iraq from
2004 - The U.S. military charged six soldiers with
abusing inmates at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Ukraine quits CIS, sets visa regime with Russia, wants Crimea as
RT - The interim government in Kiev says Ukraine will leave the
commonwealth of post-Soviet states and force Russians to apply for entry
visas, and plans to ask the United Nations to make Crimea a
Ukrainian servicemen leave Navy base in Sevastopol as Crimea protesters
RT - At least 30 Ukrainian naval personnel have left the Ukrainian Navy
headquarters in the city of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula after
demonstrators stormed the premises early in the morning.
More 'Mysterious Snipers' Responsible For Latest Ukraine Escalation?
Activist Post - Tensions are rising yet again in Crimea as the first
Ukrainian military death has taken place on the Peninsula since the
Russia to redirect trade elsewhere in case of EU-US sanctions
RT - Russia will switch to other trade partners if economic sanctions
are imposed by the US and the European Union, the Russian President's
Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov has said.
Fascist Thugs Beat Up Ukraine TV Boss, Demand Resignation
Kurt Nimmo - Russia, Turkey and Cuba reported the beating of Alexander
Panteleymonov, the director of Ukraine’s state-run NTU television
company, but the story is apparently not important enough to air on
American corporate news networks.
Israel Criticizes U.S. “Weakness” on Ukraine, Syria
Kurt Nimmo - Israel’s defense minister, Moshe Ya’alon, used the State
Department orchestrated unraveling of Ukraine and the failure of the
United States to confront Russia militarily to criticize the “weakness”
of the Obama administration. He said because the U.S. has not pursued
the role of world policeman more aggressively it is inviting terrorism.
VIDEO: Israel PM orders army to prepare to hit Iran nuclear sites
Press TV - According to a Wednesday report by Israel’s Haaretz
newspaper, Tel Aviv has allocated more than 2.8 billion dollars of this
year’s Israeli budget to preparations for Iran attack.
Israel air force strikes Syrian army targets
(AP) - The Israeli military says its warplanes have carried out
airstrikes against Syrian army targets in response to a roadside bomb
that hit an Israeli patrol and wounded four soldiers the day before.
US troops to train Libyan forces
Press TV - US troops will go to Libya to prepare the ground for a larger
US mission to train Libyan soldiers in Bulgaria.
US boycotts UN human rights conference with drone resolution looming
RT - Pakistani leaders hope to convince the United Nations Human Rights
Council to pass a resolution that would force US drone strikes to adhere
to international law – a request that inspired the US to boycott the
talks altogether, according to a new report.
Could MH370 have been ‘swapped’ mid-air?
Yahoo News - There is another angle which I think might be a possibility
that the MH370 switched codes. If MH370 had a code of, say 4376, then it
would be pretty easy to get another aircraft, say a Gulfstream 5 private
jet, to fly up behind it and swap codes.
Australia PM: Two Objects Spotted Possibly Related to MH370
Breitbart - Four military search planes were dispatched Thursday to try
to determine whether two large objects bobbing in a remote part of the
Indian Ocean were part of a possible debris field of the missing
Malaysia Airlines flight.
CNN’s Don Lemon: ‘Is It Preposterous’ to Think a Black Hole Caused
Flight 370 to Go Missing?
mediaite.com - CNN’s Don Lemon has been entertaining all sorts of
theories about the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, including the
chance something “supernatural” happened, but on Wednesday night, he
actually asked panelists about the possibility a black hole was
U.S. News, Politics & Government
The Pentagon Spent $2.7 Billion on an Intelligence System That
The Wire - Here’s another item for the (long) list of
spectacular waste in the Pentagon’s budget: a $2.7-billion
intelligence program that’s supposed to help Army troops on the
ground collect and use intelligence on enemy fighters.
Gun Tattoo Mistakenly Brings Heavily Armed Police To Maine Man’s
Blacklisted News - Police armed with assault rifles descended on
a Maine man’s home after members of a tree removal crew he’d
told to clear off his property reported that he had a gun. Turns
out the “gun” the tree crew had seen on Michael Smith of
Norridgewock was just a life-sized tattoo of a handgun on his
Man arrested for drinking iced tea could get probation,
Blacklisted News - A man drinking canned iced tea in a parking
lot was accosted by a plainclothes beverage cop who demanded to
inspect his drink. He was placed in handcuffs and arrested. Even
though the man was innocent and was only drinking tea,
prosecutors are still trying to set him up with probation and
GMO labeling effort in Colorado scores win in state Supreme
RT - An effort to put a ballot initiative in front of Colorado
voters regarding the labeling of genetically modified foods was
allowed to proceed after the state Supreme Court dismissed a
challenge by biotech and food industry outfits.
Bin Laden son-in-law unexpectedly testifies at his U.S. trial
(Reuters) - Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, Suleiman Abu Ghaith,
unexpectedly testified on Wednesday at his trial on
terrorism-related charges and denied that he had any role in al
Qaeda plots against the United States.
AP photographer hits White House: 'Once we lose access, we'll
never get it back'
Washington Examiner - In the latest media charge that the White
House has reneged on promises to be “transparent,” two of AP's
White House staff told a convention in Denver this week that the
president's team often bars coverage of Obama events because
they are “hypersensitive” about his image.
Rand Paul “concerned about who is truly in charge of our
Steve Watson - In a scheduled appearance at the University of
California-Berkeley, Paul will address the continuing domestic
spying controversy. In prepared comments Paul notes.... “I look
into the eyes of senators and I think I see real fear. Maybe
it’s just my imagination, but I think I perceive FEAR of an
intelligence community drunk with power, unrepentant, and
uninclined to relinquish power.”
Rand Paul gets standing ovation...
US escalates sanctions, unfriends Putin on facebook
Daily Paul - In a stunning diplocatic coup, the USA
under State Department marionette John Kerry, has
unfriended Russian president Vladimir Putin on
facebook. This comes amid reports that similar
pressure was used to shut down Putin's Netflix
Obama’s budget bad for 401(k) savers
CNBC - President Obama's proposed budget for 2015 would be a
disaster for the millions of Americans who are under prepared
for retirement. This plan would reduce the tax incentives for
employers to offer retirement plans to their employees.
The Federal Reserve Seems Quite Serious About Tapering – So What
Economic Collapse - It looks like that under Janet Yellen the
Fed is quite determined to bring the quantitative easing program
to a close by the end of this year. Up until now, the financial
markets have been slow to react because there has been a belief
that the Fed would reverse course on tapering the moment that
the U.S. economy started to slow down again. But even though the
U.S. middle class is in horrible shape, and even though there
are lots of signs that we are heading into another recession,
the Fed has continued tapering.
New York state cracking down on drivers who don’t pay taxes
Hudson Valley News - A new law states that if someone owes more
than $10,000 in back taxes, they could see their driving
privileges suspended. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the new law has
motivated many people to pay up, as more than $56 million has
been added to state coffers. He expects to raise millions more.
Navy Family: Fukushima Gave Our One-Year-Old Brain and Spine
Mikael Thalen - A U.S. Navy family is blaming their one-year-old’s
brain and spine cancer on radiation from the crippled Fukushima
nuclear power plant.... According to Charles Bonner, an attorney
representing dozens of the cancer-stricken sailors, Fukushima’s
radiation is being passed onto his client’s children.
Second radiation leak detected at New Mexico nuclear waste site
RT - About one month after radiation leaks were reported at the
United States’ first nuclear waste repository, a second release
has been detected in the air by Department of Energy officials.
Airplane pilots hit by ‘nearly blinding’ glare from massive
Calif. solar facility
The Daily Caller - The Ivanpah solar energy plant in San
Bernardino County is the world’s largest solar thermal plant and
has 173,500 large mirrors that reflect sunlight onto boilers in
three 459-foot towers. A feat of modern engineering — to green
energy advocates, but a flying hazard to pilots.
Robot writes LA Times earthquake breaking news article
BBC - Journalist and programmer Ken Schwencke created an
algorithm that automatically generates a short article when an
earthquake occurs. Mr Schwencke told Slate magazine that it took
around three minutes for the story to appear online. "Robo-journalism"
is increasingly being used in newsrooms worldwide.
Earth dodged a massive magnetic eruption from Sun that could
have wreaked havoc
Times of India - A massive magnetic storm at a speed of 3,000
kilometres per second — enough to circle the Earth five times in
one minute - the likes of which has not been seen in the past
150 years — almost hit earth in 2012.... The solar bursts would
have enveloped Earth in magnetic fireworks matching the largest
magnetic storm ever reported on Earth, the so-called Carrington
event of 1859.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Roundup's Reach: Present in All Tested Human and Animal Samples
Activist Post - A newly released study published in
Environmental & Analytical Toxicology highlights the chemical
dangers associated with the GMO agricultural system, which
relies heavily on the herbicide known as glyphosate (aka
Roundup), and to which widespread exposure through the
environment and our food is increasingly becoming inevitable.
Facing Drought, California Farmers Rally Against Regulations
Limiting Water Supplies
Breitbart - In California, where drought conditions are severe,
regulations that prevent water from reaching desperate farmers
prompted thousands of farmers to rally Wednesday in protest. At
the same time the rally was held, farmers were in Washington to
testify at a congressional field hearing about the impact of the
regulations on their livelihoods.
5 Steps To Treating Broken Bones In The Wilderness
Off the Grid News - The worst place you could possibly break a
bone is out in the wilderness, but of course it does happen, and
it happens quite often, in fact.
Most Cancer Patients are Vitamin D Deficient, Cancer
Natural Society - “Vitamin D helps the body use
calcium and phosphorus to make strong bones and
teeth. It is obtained primarily through exposure of
the skin to sunlight, but it can also be obtained
from some foods and dietary supplements. Many
studies in humans, but not all, suggest that higher
intakes of vitamin D or higher levels of vitamin D
in the blood are associated with a reduced risk of
Mysterious Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate
Natural Blaze - The health benefits of eating dark
chocolate have been extolled for centuries, but the
exact reason has remained a mystery –– until now.
Researchers reported here today that certain
bacteria in the stomach gobble the chocolate and
ferment it into anti-inflammatory compounds that are
good for the heart.
Sprouts: The live food nutritional powerhouse
STEPin2 - Sprouts are an incredibly nutritious food.
They are seeds that are grown in water until they
sprout and then eaten. They make a convenient
addition to salads and can pack a healthy punch.
Vitamin content of some seeds can increase by up to
20 times their original value within a few days of
Is your grape seed oil made with hexane, a
hydrocarbon vapor and constituent of gasoline?
(NaturalNews) Hexane is a colorless and odorless
hydrocarbon vapor that comes from crude oil and is
used to make most grape seed oil. Hexanes in general
are significant constituents of gasoline and are
also widely used as cheap solvents.... You may have
heard of hexanes used for the glue in shoes, for
leather products and for roofing. The FDA allows
U.S. food oils to be prepared using hexane as an
extraction method, and this is quite common for
canola oil and grape seed oil.
Protect yourself from the cancer-causing radiation
of smart meters
(NaturalNews) Everything in modern medicine and
technology is making humans more vulnerable to
electromagnetic pollution. Chemtrails, dental
amalgams, vaccines and heavy metals in our food
supply make us hypersensitive to electromagnetic
frequency vibrations. These highly-toxic electrical
disturbances cause oxidative stress, cell death and,
eventually, chronic disease.
Top ten REAL medical conspiracies that actually
(NaturalNews) The mainstream media is focused this
week on trying to convince you that "medical
conspiracy theories" are whacky and untrue.
Published by Reuters, USA Today and other mainstream
media outlets, a false story based on distorted
research is now trying to convince you that there is
no such thing as a "medical conspiracy."
CDC study: Babies in US improperly vaccinated,
adverse reactions reported in 50 percent of
(NaturalNews) A new CDC study found that the
rotavirus vaccine, designed to protect against
severe diarrhea, has been improperly administered to
infants in an unknown number of cases. The
maltreated babies were administered an oral
vaccination as an injection which, besides being
completely invalid, caused adverse reactions in 50
percent of reported cases.
Why did UN mercury treaty exempt mascara?
NaturalNews) As the United Nations presses forward
with plans to limit mercury exposure and pollution
worldwide as part of its Minamata Convention,
controversy is erupting over certain exemptions in
the treaty that many say are unjust and unfair.
According to Environmental Health News (EHN),
mascara and other makeup products known to contain
added mercury will apparently not be bound by the
convention, as officials claim these products
contain only "trace contaminants."
March 19, 2014 - Today In History:
1628 - The Massachusetts colony was founded by
1822 - The city of Boston, MA, was incorporated.
1831 - The first bank robbery in America was
reported. The City Bank of New York City lost
$245,000 in the robbery.
1865 - The Battle of Bentonville took place. The
Confederates retreated from Greenville, NC.
1866 - The immigrant ship Monarch of the Seas sank
in Liverpool killing 738.
1879 - Jim Currie opened fire on the actors Maurice
Barrymore and Ben Porter near Marshall, TX. The
shots wounded Barrymore and killed Porter.
1895 - The Los Angeles Railway was established to
provide streetcar service.
1900 - U.S. President McKinley asserted that there
was a need for free trade with Puerto Rico.
1900 - Archeologist Arthur John Evans began the
excavation of Knossos Palace in Greece.
1903 - The U.S. Senate ratified the Cuban treaty,
gaining naval bases in Guantanamo and Bahia Honda.
1905 - French explorer S. de Segonzac was taken
prisoner by Moroccans.
1906 - Reports from Berlin estimated the cost of the
German war in S.W. Africa at $150 million.
1908 - The state of Maryland barred Christian
Scientists from practicing without medical diplomas.
1915 - Pluto was photographed for the first time.
However, it was not known at the time.
1917 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Adamson Act
that made the eight-hour workday for railroads
1918 - The U.S. Congress approved Daylight-Saving
1918 - A German seaplane was shot down for the first
time by an American pilot.
1920 - The U.S. Senate rejected the Versailles
Treaty for the second time maintaining an isolation
1924 - U.S. troops were rushed to Tegucigalpa as
rebel forces took the Honduran capital.
1931 - The state of Nevada legalized gambling.
1940 - The French government of Daladier fell.
1942 - The Thoroughbred Racing Association was
formed in Chicago.
1944 - Tippett's oratorium "Child of Our Time,"
premiered in London.
1945 - About 800 people were killed as Japanese
kamikaze planes attacked the U.S. carrier Franklin
1945 - Adolf Hitler issued his "Nero Decree" which
ordered the destruction of German facilities that
could fall into Allied hands as German forces were
1947 - Chiang Kai-Shek's government forces took
control of Yenan, the former headquarters of the
Chinese Communist Party.
1948 - Lee Savold knocked out Gino Buonvino in 54
seconds of the first round of their prize fight at
Madison Square Gardens.
1949 - The Soviet People's Council signed the
constitution of the German Democratic Republic, and
declared that the North Atlantic Treaty was merely a
1953 - The Academy Awards aired on television for
the first time.
1953 - Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real" premiered
in New York City.
1954 - Viewers saw the first televised prize fight
shown in color when Joey Giardello knocked out
Willie Tory in round seven at Madison Square Garden
in New York City.
1954 - The first rocket-driven sled that ran on
rails was tested in Alamogordo, NM.
1963 - In Costa Rica, U.S. President John F. Kennedy
and six Latin American presidents pledged to fight
1964 - Sean Connery began shooting his role in "Goldfinger."
1965 - Indonesia nationalized all foreign oil
1965 - Rembrandt's "Titus" sold for $7,770,000.
1968 - Students at Howard University students seized
an administration building.
1969 - British invaded Anguilla.
1972 - India and Bangladesh signed a friendship
1976 - Buckingham Palace announced the separation of
Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of
Snowdon, after 16 years of marriage.
1977 - Congo President Marien Ngouabi was killed by
a suicide commando.
1977 - France performed a nuclear test at Muruora
1977 - The last episode of "The Mary Tyler Moore
1979 - The U.S. House of Representatives began
broadcasting its daily business on TV.
1981 - During a test of the space shuttle Columbia
two workers were injured and one was killed.
1981 - The Buffalo Sabres set an NHL record when
they scored 9 goals in one period against Toronto.
1984 - The TV show "Kate and Allie" premiered.
1984 - A Mobile oil tanker spilled 200,000 gallons
into the Columbia River.
1985 - IBM announced that it was planning to stop
making the PCjr consumer-oriented computer.
1985 - The U.S. Senate voted to authorize production
of the MX missile.
1987 - Televangelist Jim Bakker resigned from the
PTL due to a scandal involving Jessica Hahn.
1988 - Two British soldiers were killed by mourners
at a funeral in Belfast, North Ireland. The soldiers
were shot to death after being dragged from a car
1990 - Latvia's political opposition claimed victory
in the republic's first free elections in 50 years.
1990 - The first world ice hockey tournament for
women was held in Ottawa.
1991 - Brett Hull, of the St. Louis Blues, became
the third National Hockey League (NHL) player to
score 80 goals in a season.
1994 - The largest omelet in history was made with
160,000 eggs in Yokohama, Japan.
1998 - The World Health Organization warned of
tuberculosis epidemic that could kill 70 million
people in next two decades.
1999 - 53 people were killed and dozens were injured
when a bomb exploded in a market place in southern
2000 - Vector Data Systems conducted a simulation of
the 1993 Branch Davidian siege in Waco, TX. The
simulation showed that the government had not fired
2001 - California officials declared a power alert
and ordered the first of two days of rolling
2002 - Operation Anaconda, the largest U.S.-led
ground offensive since the Gulf War, ended in
eastern Afghanistan. During the operation, which
began on March 2, it was reported that at least 500
Taliban and al Qaeda fighters were killed. Eleven
allied troops were killed during the same operation.
2002 - Actor Ben Kingsley was knighted by Queen
Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.
2003 - U.S. President George W. Bush announced that
U.S. forces had launched a strike against "targets
of military opportunity" in Iraq. The attack, using
cruise missiles and precision-guided bombs, were
aimed at Iraqi leaders thought to be near Baghdad.
U.S. Moves to Squash EU Resistance in Eastern Europe
Kurt Nimmo - Vice President Joe Biden set the stage for the next phase
of the economic war on Russia Tuesday when he announced from Poland the
U.S. will impose a new round of sanctions following a vote in Crimea
over the weekend declaring secession from Ukraine.
Ron Paul: Crimea secedes. So what?
USA Today - What's the big deal? Opponents of the Crimea vote like to
point to the illegality of the referendum. But self-determination is a
centerpiece of international law. Article I of the United Nations
Charter points out clearly that the purpose of the U.N. is to "develop
friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of
equal rights and self-determination of peoples."
Russia Sounds Alarm on Economy as West Starts With Sanctions
Bloomberg - Russia’s economy is showing signs of a crisis, the
government in Moscow said as the U.S. and the European Union announced
sanctions over its support for the Crimea region breaking away from
Russian Stocks, Ruble Respond To Obama's Sanctions By Extending Gains
Zero Hedge - Despite no move in gold, silver, or US Treasuries, US
equities (and JPY crosses) remain bid. But perhaps the most intriguing
reaction to Obama's escalation is the surge higher in Russian stocks and
rally in the Ruble... Putin and his oligarch friends must be pleased.
US closes Syrian embassy in Washington
(AP) - The Obama administration ordered the Syrian government on Tuesday
to suspend its diplomatic and consular missions in the United States,
requiring all personnel who are not legal U.S residents to leave the
‘Boycott Israel’ app in final stages of development
RT - The Boycott Israel movement is developing a smart-phone application
that will allow followers to avoid Israeli products. The campaign for
Palestinian rights continues to gather momentum, despite Israeli
accusations of anti-Semitism.
Expert: Missing Flight Could Have Been ‘Cyber Hijacked’
Business Insider - As the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines
Flight MH370 continues, one possibility is that the plane could have
been hijacked using a mobile phone or even a USB stick. The theory comes
from a British anti-terrorism expert who says cyber terrorists could
have used a series of “codes” to hack the plane’s in-flight
entertainment system and infiltrate the security software.
Fukushima Nuclear Reactor Clean-up 'Dumped on Destitute and Unskilled'
ibtimes.co.uk - Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco), the operator of
the nuclear plant, has come under intense scrutiny for leaving the
hazardous decommissioning work to unqualified staff while pouring
resources into another plant, Kashiwazaki-Kariwa, according to the New
Crimean forces take Ukrainian navy HQ
Washington Post - Crimea’s self-defense forces on Wednesday stormed the
Ukrainian navy headquarters in the Black Sea port of Sevastopol, taking
possession without resistance a day after Russia signed a treaty with
local authorities to annex the region.
Soldier Killed in Crimea: Possible False Flag to Start War
Kurt Nimmo - The establishment media is spinning the shooting death of a
Ukrainian soldier in Crimea following a vote to secede from Ukraine. USA
Today and other propaganda cartels in the United States are insinuating
that violence will be an inevitable result following the vote and the
move for Crimea to secede from the rest of Ukraine, now under the
control a coup government in Kyiv that violently ejected a
democratically elected president in February.
NATO slams Russia's ‘illegal’ annexation of Crimea
Press TV - In a statement released on Tuesday, Anders Fogh Rasmussen
stated that NATO allies would not recognize Crimea’s reunification with
Moscow to demand $20 bn from Ukraine, if it brings back ‘zero option’
RT - Moscow could ask Ukraine to immediately repay $20 billion in Soviet
debt, if Kiev returns to a so-called “zero option” and in particular
insists on getting back deposits in the former USSR Savings Bank worth
an estimated $80 billion.
The truth is out: money is just an IOU, and the banks are rolling in it
The Guardian - The Bank of England's dose of honesty throws the
theoretical basis for austerity out the window.
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane was programmed to divert just before
signoff – report
RT - Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 changed direction at least
12 minutes before its co-pilot signed off, sources told NBC News. The
diversion was based on a programming command to the plane’s cockpit
computer used to guide the flight plan.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Private School Defends Strip-Searching Child, Says
Constitutional Rights Do Not Apply
Steve Watson - Mother told a Federal court this week that school
officials in Pennsylvania told her that they were within their
rights to strip-search her daughter, asserting that the girl
“does not have constitutional rights because she is in a private
VIDEO: Insurance Companies Will Receive $5.5 Billion in Bailouts
Ben Swann - Insurance companies such as WellPoint and Humana
will receive $5.5 billion in bailouts in 2015 to help cover the
losses they claim they will face because of Obamacare. The
reason… Insurance companies claim that government must help to
lessen the “risk” they take through Obamacare mandates.
Obamacare leaves Vegas man owing $407,000 in doctor bills
Review Journal - Basich, 62, bought a plan through the state’s
Nevada Health Link insurance exchange in the fall. He’s been
paying monthly premiums since November.... Basich owes $407,000
for care received in January and February, when his policy was
supposed to be in effect. Instead, he’s covered only for March
Trial Judge Will Not Allow 9/11 Architect’s Testimony
NY Times - A judge in Manhattan ruled on Tuesday that Khalid
Shaikh Mohammed, the self-described architect of the Sept. 11
attacks, will not be permitted to provide testimony in the
terrorism trial of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, a former top adviser to
Osama bin Laden.
Toronto 9/11 Ad Campaign Launched: Subway Riders Will See
Footage of WTC 7 Collapse
Activist Post - March 18th, the ReThink911 group launched a new
ad campaign that is showcased within the Toronto subway system (TTC.)
This campaign will be running for 2 weeks and approximately 1.2
million residents of Toronto will see video footage of the
collapse of World Trade Center 7 compared to a controlled
demolition with the caption “ReThink911.org.”
Psychologists To Line Boston Marathon Route
Adan Salazar - Psychologists will be on hand at various points
throughout this year’s Boston Marathon to address mental issues
incurred from last year’s race. The unprecedented effort is
being taken in attempts to accommodate spectators or racers who
“may be feeling a little more on edge. A little more tearful
perhaps or a little more irritable and less patient,” a
psychologist tells CBS Boston.
NSA surveillance program reaches ‘into the past’ to retrieve,
replay phone calls
Washington Post - The National Security Agency has built a
surveillance system capable of recording “100 percent” of a
foreign country’s telephone calls, enabling the agency to rewind
and review conversations as long as a month after they take
place, according to people with direct knowledge of the effort
and documents supplied by former contractor Edward Snowden.
Rush for gun permits following overturn of California firearms
RT - The number of applications for concealed weapons permits
has exploded in California, especially in rural counties, after
a federal court overturned legal restrictions on the
traditionally Democratic state's concealed firearms law.
34% of Workers Have Less than $1,000 for Retirement
Fox Business - Thirty-six percent of workers have less than
$1,000 in savings and investments for retirement, according to
the 2014 Retirement Confidence Survey from Employee Benefit
Research Institute. This is an increase from 28% in 2013.
Fast-food protests planned in 30 cities across US
RT - Supporters of a minimum wage hike for fast-food employees
have planned protests in about 30 US cities on Tuesday, as they
hope to highlight what they see as wage theft by restaurants.
White House Refuses To Disclose Cost Of Michelle Obama’s
Taxpayer-Funded China Trip
Ben Swann - Michelle Obama, her two kids, her mother, and
numerous aides will enjoy a taxpayer-funded trip to China from
March 19 to March 26. White House officials refuse to tell U.S.
taxpayers how much they will shell out for the trip, likely due
to inevitable media scrutiny.
GM recalls 1.5 million more vehicles; CEO says 'terrible things
(Reuters) - General Motors Co announced new recalls of 1.5
million vehicles on Monday and in a virtually unprecedented
public admission by a GM chief executive, Mary Barra
acknowledged the company fell short in catching faulty ignition
switches linked to 12 deaths.
Treasury’s Cohen Sees No Widespread Criminal Bitcoin Use
Bloomberg - The U.S. government sees no evidence of “widespread”
use of virtual currencies such as Bitcoin to evade sanctions or
finance terrorism, the Treasury Department’s top official
targeting money laundering said.
Poisonous Chemtrail Rain is Killing our Trees
Natural Society - Though the atmosphere is being changed in
highly CLASSIFIED acts conducted by our government and NATO
countries as a DARPA-sponsored program, the evidence of this
insane spraying is everywhere. Chemtrail damaged soil also means
that important microbes and bacteria that keep our trees healthy
are killed. The foliage of our trees is looking sick and damaged
all over the US. Reports are coming in, far and wide, from
Halifax, New Jersey to Orlando, Florida.
VIDEO: Massive Blast at N.M. Base Caught on Radar
Dutchsinse - March 17, 2014 at approximately 7pm MST a large
plume erupted from just west of Carrizozo Volcanic field, White
Sands / Area 29 military test range. Whether its a man made
explosion, or a volcanic event, regardless --- a large plume of
particulate matter has been expelled skyward, and has now blown
across the state of New Mexico heading directly towards
Amarillo, Texas. Nuclear test? What else could this be?
Sunoco oil pipeline leaks in Ohio nature preserve
(Reuters) - A major oil pipeline owned by Sunoco Logistics
Partners LP leaked thousands of gallons of crude oil into a
nature preserve in southwest Ohio late on Monday.
Fukushima Solutions World Conference to be hosted in Austin, TX,
Natural News Buzz - The Fukushima Solutions World Conference
being hosted by the Young Americans for Liberty from the
University of Texas at Austin... The first day of the event will
feature foremost experts in nuclear issues discussing
remediation solutions for the continuing Fukushima disaster. The
focus on the second day will be health issues and providing
solutions for personal health.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Voracious Worm Evolves to Eat Biotech Corn Engineered to Kill It
Wired - After years of predicting it would happen — and after
years of having their suggestions largely ignored by companies,
farmers and regulators — scientists have documented the rapid
evolution of corn rootworms that are resistant to Bt corn.
Mental health hospitalizations for children
increased almost one-quarter
RT - Millions of children across America are being
hospitalized for issues related to mental illness,
according to a new study, accounting for roughly
one-tenth of the country’s youth population.
Oregano Oil Could Help People Recover from
Natural Society - A new study indicates oregano oil
could hold the key to fighting norovirus—a
contagious illness which was eradicated from
hundreds on a Caribbean cruise.
Did You Know Aloe Vera Offers Miracle Solutions for
Natural Society - From resolving AIDS to cancer, the
aloe vera plant has been used medicinally for
centuries to tackle numerous diseases, but this
information is suppressed.
Honey - The Perfect Antibiotic Capable of Solving
The Problem of Antibiotic Resistance
preventdisease.com - Honey, one of the most
incredible non-perishable foods that can kill almost
every type of bacteria. It could also be one sweet
solution to the serious, ever-growing problem of
bacterial resistance to antibiotics, researchers
Shocking Differences Between Raw Honey And Processed
Honey Found In Stores
Natural Blaze - There are well over 30 commercial
producers of honey that have no traces of pollen and
lack beneficial vitamins and enzymes among a host of
other natural constituents which are removed due to
pasteurization and processing.
Napping can Dramatically Increase Learning, Memory,
Awareness, and More
Natural Society - As our day wears on, even when we
get enough sleep at night, our focus and alertness
degrade. While this can be a minor inconvenience in
modern times, it may have meant life or death for
our ancestors. Whether you are finishing up a
project for work or hunting for your livelihood, a
nap can rekindle your alertness and have your
neurons back up and firing on high in as little as
15 to 20 minutes.
'Natural Cures' Author Kevin Trudeau Sentenced to 10
Natural Blaze - On Monday, U.S. District Judge
Ronald Guzman sentenced Trudeau to 10 years in
prison for "bilking consumers via infomercials for
his best-selling weight loss book." But not before
blasting him with a lecture on morality about the
decades he "steadfastly attempted to cheat others
for his own personal gain" and called him "deceitful
to the core."
Suppressed science: Garlic proven to kill brain
cancer cells without side effects
(NaturalNews) A small group of researchers at
Medical University of South Carolina discovered
something that's useful for anyone willing to
properly consume lots of garlic. They discovered
that certain organo-sulfur compounds in garlic do
kill brain cancer cells without disturbing healthy
Most pickles sold in stores have been pasteurized,
destroying their probiotic qualities
(NaturalNews) Lactobacillus is an important
probiotic that helps regulate digestion and boost
the body's immune system.... Pasteurization is
designed to kill all bacteria in a food, so it
eliminates any probiotic benefits and potentially
changes the chemistry of the food in harmful ways.
Carrageenan: a popular natural ingredient that may
(NaturalNews) Found in an astounding array of foods,
from cereal bars to non-dairy milk substitutes,
carrageenan is not as harmless as it may appear upon
first glance. Linked with gastrointestinal
inflammation, lesions and malignant tumors,
carrageenan can cause significant damage. And if you
think purchasing organic will keep you safe, think
March 18, 2014 - Today In History:
1766 - Britain repealed the Stamp Act.
1818 - The U.S. Congress approved the first pensions
for government service.
1834 - The first railroad tunnel in the U.S. was
completed. The work was in Pennsylvania.
1835 - Charles Darwin left Santiago Chile on his way
to Portillo Pass.
1865 - The Congress of the Confederate States of
America adjourned for the last time.
1881 - Barnum and Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth
opened in Madison Square Gardens.
1911 - Theodore Roosevelt opened the Roosevelt Dam
in Arizona. It was the largest dam in the U.S. at
1917 - The Germans sank the U.S. ships, City of
Memphis, Vigilante and the Illinois, without any
1942 - The third military draft began in the U.S.
because of World War II.
1943 - American forces took Gafsa in Tunisia.
1945 - 1,250 U.S. bombers attacked Berlin.
1949 - The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
1963 - The U.S. Supreme Court handed down the
Miranda decision concerning legal council for
1969 - U.S. President Nixon authorizes Operation
Menue. It was the ‘secret’ bombing of Cambodia.
1970 - The U.S. Postal Service experienced the first
1971 - U.S. helicopters airlifted 1,000 South
Vietnamese soldiers out of Laos.
1974 - Most of the Arab oil-producing nations ended
their five-month embargo against the United States,
Europe and Japan.
1977 - Vietnam turned over an MIA to a U.S.
1981 - The U.S. disclosed that there were biological
weapons tested in Texas in 1966.
1987 - The U.S. performed nuclear tests at a Nevada
2005 - Doctors in Florida, acting on orders of a
state judge, removed Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.
(The brain-damaged woman died 13 days later.)
2011 - President Barack Obama demanded that Moammar
Gadhafi halt all military attacks on civilians and
said that if the Libyan leader did not stand down,
the United States would join other nations in
launching military action against him.
Putin Signs Decree Recognizing Crimea as Sovereign State: Russian
(Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Monday
recognizing Crimea as a sovereign state after the Ukrainian region
declared itself independent and applied to join Russia following a
Russian ruble becomes Crimea’s second official currency
RT - The Crimean parliament has announced the Russian ruble will become
the second official currency of Crimea and will be circulating alongside
the hryvnia until it is withdrawn in 2016.
sanctions on 11 Russians and Ukrainians
CNBC News - U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday imposed sanctions on
11 Russians and Ukrainians blamed for Russia's military incursion into
Crimea, including two top aides to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The
sanctions were the most visible sign of U.S. anger at Russia's attempt
to absorb the Crimea region of southern Ukraine, reflecting the deepest
plunge in U.S.-Russian relations since the Cold War.
Russian Deputy PM Laughs at Obama’s Sanctions
ABC News - Russia’s deputy prime minister laughed off President Obama’s
sanction against him today asking “Comrade @BarackObama” if “some
prankster” came up with the list.
US and EU: Making Europeans Suffer is a “Price Worth Paying” to Punish
Russia Over Ukraine
Kurt Nimmo - Russia responded to threat of sanctions by moving more than
$100 billion in Treasury bonds out of the U.S.
US, Germany inspectors to fly over Russia amid Ukraine tensions
RT - American and German inspectors will make observation flights over
Russia and Belarus within the framework of the international treaty on
Open Skies. The mission is set to verify the true position of Russian
troops and military equipment.
Crimea? No, Venice! Independence referendum in EU goes almost unnoticed
RT - While the Crimean referendum tops world media headlines, an attempt
at secession is going on in Veneto, Italy, with its major city Venice.
But as it is being virtually ignored by media, people in Europe are
hardly aware of what’s happening next door.
Malaysia Airlines MH370: Co-pilot was last to speak from cockpit
The Telegraph - Malaysian authorities now say 27-year-old co-pilot Fariq
Abdul Hamid issued the casual sign-off, "All right, good night"
Finally, A Plausible Scenario Of What Happened To Flight 370
Zero Hedge - At long last, a plausible scenario of what happened to
Flight 370 has emerged. By plausible I mean that the scenario fits all
the known facts.
Ukraine Prepares for War After Crimea Vote
Kurt Nimmo - Coup leaders in Kyiv have rejected the Crimea referendum,
refuse to pull troops off the peninsula following a March 17 vote to
secede, and are preparing for war.
IMF Plans Massive Austerity for Ukraine According to Crimea Leaders
Activist Post - If statements made by Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea,
Olga Kovitidi, are to be taken as truth, the future of Ukrainians living
under the yoke of Fascists, the European Union, and the IMF will be yet
another example of the imposition of extreme austerity measures and
national impoverishment that is the fruit of alignment with those
‘Bias, double standards’: Moscow bewildered by UN aide’s remarks on
RT - Russia’s Foreign Ministry described remarks on the situation in
Ukraine, made by UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Ivan
Simonovic as “biased” and accused the official of double standards.
Russia’s Sanctions List Said To Include US Senators, High Ranking
Zero Hedge - Putin is expected to release his retaliation list as early
as Tuesday and while the final list is still being crafted, it will
include top Obama administration officials and high profile U.S.
senators, in an effort to roughly mirror the U.S. sanctions against
Russian officials and lawmakers, according to diplomatic sources.
Sri Lankan President Bans Sale of Roundup Over Chronic Kidney Disease
Sustainable Pulse - Sri Lanka has become the first country to ban the
sale of Monsanto’s “Roundup” glyphosate weedicide after a study found
that the weedicide is responsible for the increasing number of chronic
kidney disease patients.
France Bans Monsanto GM Maize ahead of Sowing Season
Sustainable Pulse - France’s agriculture ministry on Saturday banned the
sale, use and cultivation of Monsanto’s MON 810 genetically modified
maize, the only variety currently authorised in the European Union.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Former House Stenographer Whose Bizarre Rant Included God, the
Constitution and Freemasons Says She ‘Did Not Have a Breakdown’
TheBlaze.com - Former House stenographer Dianne Reidy, the woman
who was removed from the House chamber last October when she
went on a rant about God and the Constitution, released a video
statement Saturday denying she suffered a breakdown and claiming
that God guided her actions.
Obama administration censoring records more than ever before
RT - Despite promising he’d preside over the most transparent
administration in United States history, President Barack
Obama’s White House is setting new records with regards to not
releasing government documents.
Border Patrol Agents Train for War on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Blacklisted News - In desert camouflage and combat helmets, the
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents kneel behind a white
truck. One agent has his pistol aimed at an unseen enemy.
Another has a semi-automatic assault rifle. In the distance
stretches the brown desert landscape, the mountains, the
ATF Raids Gun Parts Store and Seizes Customer Data
Kit Daniels - The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms raided
a gun parts manufacturer over the weekend after a federal judge
overturned a restraining order preventing the raid. ATF agents
equipped with M4s and plate armor conducted the raid on Ares
Armor in National City, Cali. in order to seize the
manufacturer’s customer data with the help of a local locksmith
who cracked the safe inside the store.
VIDEO: Massive SWAT Raid on CT College Over Plastic Sword
The Daily Sheeple - Junior college students faced an armed SWAT
squad over a plastic sword. Armed police locked down the collage
and burst into dorm rooms looking for weapons. students were
forbidden to leave their rooms and were interrogated by the
team. dressed in combat gear they looked way more like a
military unit than a police squad. K9 units and militarized
vehicles were also in attendance.
TSA Polices St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Adan Salazar - A St. Patrick’s Day celebration and parade this
past weekend in Portland, Maine, boasted a high turnout, and one
notable attendee was the Department of Homeland Security.
Feds Spend $356,337 on ‘Simulation Facility’ to Study How People
Cross the Road
CNS News – The National Science Foundation has awarded a
$356,337 grant to the University of Iowa to use virtual
technology to study social influences on risky cycling and
New York Residents Set Fire to Gun Registration Forms
Mikael Thalen - Second Amendment supporters in Saratoga Springs,
New York burned nearly one thousand gun registration forms this
Sunday in protest to the NY SAFE Act.
29-Year-Old Welfare Parasite Would Not Accept An $80,000 A Year
Job Driving A Truck
Economic Collapse - What should be done with a 29-year-old
welfare parasite that believes that in addition to practicing
with his rock band, his main job in life is to "make sure the
sun's up and the girls are out"? Most people that receive
government assistance truly need the help and do not abuse the
system, but there are definitely others that do abuse the system
and do not make any excuses for doing so.
House of Cards: Highly ranked Army general pleads guilty to
multiple sex crimes, Senate reacts
benswann.com - At a Fort Brag military court the United States
reached a deal with defense attorneys of U.S. Army brigadier
general Jeffrey Sinclair Sunday. The United States agreed to
drop charges of sexual assault and two other charges, which
would have forced him to register as a sex offender, in exchange
for a plea deal.
NY state regulators eyeing Wells Fargo foreclosure manual
NY Post - New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and three
major regulators are investigating allegations made in a federal
court case that Wells Fargo has set up detailed internal
procedures to fabricate foreclosure papers on demand.
Professor Calls For Climate Change ‘Deniers’ To Be Imprisoned
Steve Watson - A professor with Rochester Institute of
Technology has called for the incarceration of any American who
actively disagrees that climate change is solely caused by human
Wireless electricity? It's here
CNN - "We're going to transfer power without any kind of wires,"
says Dr Hall, now Chief Technology Officer at WiTricity -- a
start-up developing wireless "resonance" technology. "But, we're
not actually putting electricity in the air. What we're doing is
putting a magnetic field in the air."
Cleanup of major toxic waste sites an ‘inefficient,’
unaccountable ‘shell game’
RT - Energy-intensive cleanup efforts at toxic-waste sites in
the US government’s Superfund program ultimately amount to a
shell game, where poisonous materials are constantly shuffled
between treatment plants, all as harmful waste multiplies with
US, UK 'Enemies of the Internet' for first time
RT - The United Kingdom and the US have been branded ‘Enemies of
the Internet’ for the first time by Reporters Without Borders on
their annual list of countries which disrupt freedom of
information through surveillance and censorship.
One-tenth of government computers under increased threat of hack
after April 8
RT - Come April, hundreds of thousands of computers used by the
US government could become susceptible to hackers and
cyberattacks, largely due to the fact that they’ll be running an
out-of-date operating system.
New Form of GMO Sneaking Into Food Supply This Year
Daniel Taylor - “Within 50 years we could have more
life forms invented in a lab than we have ever
identified in nature.” – Fidelity Investments. “This
year [Evolva] will release a product that has been
created by genetically modified yeast that converts
sugars to vanillin. It will be the first major
synthetic-biology food additive to hit
supermarkets.” - Nature.com.
Royal Jelly: Anti-Diabetic Healing Gift from the Bee
Green Med Info - Royal jelly is an amazing healing
compound secreted by bees as both as a form of
nourishment for the entire hive and an epigenetic
control system used to direct the development of
larvae into queen bees. This amazing substance has
been extensively researched and demonstrated in the
peer-reviewed published research to have over three
dozen health benefits.
A Daily Beast 'Mystery Writer' Foams At Uninformed
Mouth About Vaccines
Green Med Info - The Daily Beast, an American
website claiming to provide "breaking news and sharp
commentary," recently published an article titled,
"Thanks, Anti-Vaxxers. You Just Brought Back Measles
in NYC," providing not a shred of evidence to
substantiate its vociferous claims.
Chemotherapy myth shattered: toxic drugs cause more
cancer than they prevent
(NaturalNews) New research funded by the U.S.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) has shattered
the prevailing myth that chemotherapy drugs actually
fight cancer. To the contrary, researchers from
Harvard University and the University of
Massachusetts, Amherst, (UMA) found that these
clinical poisons, though sometimes initially
effective at stemming the growth and spread of
existing tumor cells, eventually induce major stem
cell damage that causes even more cancer.
Antibiotic drug sends cop into delusional episode of
'antibiomania,' prompting him to stab 'demon'
(NaturalNews) A Virginia Beach police officer who
decided to go on a religious rampage with his
taxpayer-issued firearm and badge, as well as a
knife, is suing drug giant Abbott Laboratories over
its antibiotic drug Biaxin, the generic version of
which the cop claims caused him to shoot at and stab
multiple firefighters whom he insanely believed at
the time of his delusion to be demons trying to harm
Antibiotics causing fatal diarrhea in children
(NaturalNews) Newly published research from the
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has
found that doctor-prescribed antibiotics could be
contributing to bouts of fatal diarrhea in children.
Scientists found that the majority of pediatric
Clostridium difficile infections took place
following a round of antibiotics, according to the
agency. The infections led to severe bouts of
diarrhea, some of which can prove to be fatal.
Almost everyone is deficient and you can die without
(NaturalNews) Potassium is essential for the heart,
kidneys, muscles, nerves, and digestive system to
operate normally. It's also required for regulating
fluid balance, the body's acid-base balance, and
blood pressure. Every cell in our bodies requires
potassium to function properly. Insufficient
potassium is linked to high blood pressure,
osteoporosis, kidney stones, heart health issues,
5 Delicious Smoothie Recipes To Mobilize Belly Fat
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March 17, 2014 - Today In History:
Happy St. Patrick's Day!!
1756 - St. Patrick's Day was celebrated in New York
City for the first time. The event took place at the
Crown and Thistle Tavern.
1776 - British forces evacuated Boston to Nova
Scotia during the Revolutionary War.
1914 - Russia increased the number of active duty
military from 460,000 to 1,700,000.
1941 - The National Gallery of Art was officially
opened by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in
1942 - Douglas MacArthur became the Supreme
Commander of the Allied forces in the Southwestern
1944 - During World War II, the U.S. bombed Vienna.
1950 - Scientists at the University of California at
Berkeley announced that they had created a new
radioactive element. They named it "californium". It
is also known as element 98.
1958 - The Vanguard 1 satellite was launched by the
1961 - The U.S. increased military aid and
technicians to Laos.
1962 - Moscow asked the U.S. to pull out of South
1966 - A U.S. submarine found a missing H-bomb in
the Mediterranean off of Spain.
1970 - The U.S. Army charged 14 officers with
suppression of facts in the My Lai massacre case.
1972 - U.S. President Nixon asked Congress to halt
busing in order to achieve desegregation.
1973 - Twenty were killed in Cambodia when a bomb
went off that was meant for the Cambodian President
1973 - The first American prisoners of war (POWs)
were released from the "Hanoi Hilton" in Hanoi,
1985 - U.S. President Reagan agreed to a joint study
with Canada on acid rain.
1999 - A panel of medical experts concluded that
marijuana had medical benefits for people suffering
from cancer and AIDS.
2011 - The U.N. Security Council voted to authorize
military action to protect civilians and impose a
no-fly zone over Libya.
Crimea Will Formally Apply To Join Russia Tomorrow After 95.5% Support
Referendum; US, UK, EU Reject Results
Zero Hedge - With a voter turnout (79.09%) that exceeded every US
Presidential election since 1900, the people of Crimea have spoken.
Ukraine's leaders have called up 20,000 men for a newly-created National
Guard as despite the so-called "truce" Russian APCs and Tanks are
rolling. The White House is already out rejecting the vote (before the
final results are released) as are the EU, UK, and France.
Obama And Putin Speak, Again - Here Is The White House Summary
Zero Hedge - Another day, another drawn out, pointless conversation
between Obama and Putin, which will do nothing to prevent the imminent
annexation of Crimea, whose people have voted and decided to join
McCain, Durbin Demand U.S. Arm Junta Government in Ukraine
Kurt Nimmo - Republican Senator John McCain and his Democrat counterpart
Senator Dick Durbin are demanding Obama send weapons to the coup in
Kyiv. McCain headed up a bipartisan delegation of senators who traveled
to Ukraine’s capitol to show support for the junta government that
overthrew the country’s elected president last month.
Right Sector leader: Kiev should be ready to sabotage Russian pipelines
RT - The leader of ultranationalist group Right Sector, Dmitry Yarosh,
has threatened to destroy Russian pipelines on Ukrainian territory if a
diplomatic solution is not reached with Moscow.
Brzezinski Mapped Out the Battle for Ukraine in 1997
Antiwar.com - One of the keys may be found by looking back at Zbigniew
Brzezinski’s 1997 book, The Grand Chessboard in which he wrote,
“Ukraine, a new and important space on the Eurasian chessboard, is a
geopolitical pivot because its very existence as an independent country
helps to transform Russia. Without Ukraine, Russia ceases to be a
VIDEO: Protesters clash with police in Venezuelan capital
Press TV - The violent protests came shortly after several hundred
supporters of the Venezuelan government staged a colorful demonstration
in Caracas on Saturday.
US gives Iraq Hellfire missiles, ammunition
Press TV - “Earlier this month, the United States delivered nearly 100
Hellfire missiles together with hundreds of thousands of rounds of
ammunition and M4 rifles,” the US Embassy in Baghdad said in a Sunday
VIDEO: North Korea test-fires missiles amid tensions
North Korea has test-fired at least 18 short-range missiles into the Sea
of Japan, provoking the neighboring south and the United States.
Exclusive: Radar data suggests missing Malaysia plane deliberately flown
way off course - sources
(Reuters) - Military radar data suggests a Malaysia Airlines jetliner
missing for nearly a week was deliberately flown hundreds of miles off
course, heightening suspicions of foul play among investigators, sources
told Reuters on Friday.
Rep. Rogers: Government Investigating Terrorism and National Security in
Infowars.com - Malaysian official said investigators concluded the
missing flight was hijacked. Michigan Rep. Mike Rogers, the Chairman of
the House Intelligence Committee, told CBS’s “Face the Nation” today
multiple U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating the disappearance
of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 for possible connections to terrorism or
national security concerns.
Malaysian Airlines Flight 370: The Complete Timeline And Infographic
Zero Hedge - With Malaysian authorities frustrated (and seemingly
confused), and US and Chinese government offering "help" to solve this
increasingly mysterious disappearance of the Boeing 777-200ER over a
week ago, we thought a quick summation of all that we know would be
U.S. Navy SEALs Take Control of Oil Tanker Hijacked in Libya
Blacklisted News - United States Navy commandos seized a fugitive oil
tanker in the Mediterranean waters southeast of Cyprus on Monday
morning, thwarting an attempt by a breakaway Libyan militia to sell its
contents on the black market, the Pentagon said. No one was hurt in the
operation, the Pentagon said in a statement.
Harper hails end of Afghanistan mission as 'significant milestone'
CTV News - Prime Minister Stephen Harper hailed the end of Canada’s
military mission in Afghanistan Wednesday as a “significant milestone in
the fight against global terror.” After 12 years, the loss of 162 lives
and endless debate at home, the military mission formally ended with a
ceremony in Kabul.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 - A protest for gay rights and government
(NaturalNews) The investigation of what happened to Flight 370 has now
turned to captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, a "fervent supporter" of Malaysian
government opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim who was thrown in jail for
the "crime" of homosexuality just hours before Flight 370 disappeared.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Congress cites 9/11 Bush cover-up, demands Obama act
Press TV - Two members of Congress, specially authorized to view
documents on 9/11 censored under the personal authority of
President Bush (43), have come away “absolutely shocked,”
demanding immediate action.
Lawmakers, victims' families call to declassify key portion of
McClatchy - The report, released by a joint panel of the House
and Senate intelligence committees in December 2002, contains 28
redacted pages that family members and victims say would shed
new light on the hijackings. At the time the report was
released, the Bush administration classified the material, but
numerous sources reported it dealt with the Saudis.
Against Ukraine War? Obama May Seize Your Assets
Ron Paul Institute - According to the president's recent
Executive Order, "Blocking Property of Certain Persons
Contributing to the Situation in Ukraine" (first reported by
WND's Aaron Klein), the provisions for seizure of property
extend to "any United States person." That means "any United
States citizen, permanent resident alien, entity organized under
the laws of the United States or any jurisdiction within the
United States (including foreign branches), or any person in the
875,000 left in bureaucratic black hole that is US terror
RT - The US had 875,000 people in its terrorist watchlist system
as of December 2012. Those secretly blacklisted have no real
path to challenge their status, states a new report, thus
indefinitely restricting those listed from travel or simply
getting a job.
13 Democrats Charged with Embezzling Millions from Charity
eaglerising.com - The U.S. attorney’s office in Springfield has
been busy the past few years investigating a variety of fraud
schemes involving state grants. Thirteen people have been
charged so far, six who have pleaded guilty.
Report Reveals Justice Dept. Prosecutors Average 33 Reckless or
Intentional Legal and Ethical Violations a Year
AllGov - A report by the Project On Government Oversight (POGO)
found that there were more than 400 serious breaches of legal
and ethical conduct by those in the Justice Department from
fiscal year 2002 through 2013. Some of the violations included
misleading courts, failure to provide exculpatory information to
defendants and violations of constitutional or civil rights.
Manhunt Leads To Massive Roadblock, Warrantless Car-To-Car
policestateusa.com - Thousands of motorists were brought to a
standstill when police conducted a massive roadblock to find
three crime suspects. Twelve lanes of traffic were shut down and
swarms of armed government agents combed through a giant traffic
jam performing warrantless vehicle-to-vehicle searches.
New Mexico Town and County Settle Notorious Cavity Search Case
For $1.8 Million
jonathanturley.org 1/16/14 - You may recall that Eckert filed a
federal case against the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, police
officers with the City of Deming and medical professionals at
the Gila Regional Medical Center.... Now he has reached a
settlement with the city of Demin and the Hidalgo County for
$1.6 million. He is still proceeding against the doctors and
Media Focuses In On Flight 370 Conspiracy Theories While World
Edges Closer To War
Blacklisted News - The corporate media has literally spent over
a week obsessing endlessly over conspiracy theories involving
the alleged disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. If
you’ve tuned into any of the American cable news networks be it
Fox News, CNN or MSNBC over the past several days you would
think that this is the only news story of importance.
Senator Attempts to Disarm Sheriffs at Oklahoma State Capitol
Mikael Thalen - Over 40 sheriffs walked out of the Oklahoma
State Capitol this week after an unknown senator demanded they
remove their firearms. After entering the capitol for an annual
meet and greet with legislators, the state’s sheriffs were
confronted and given an ultimatum, disarm or leave the building.
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter signs guns-on-campus bill into law
guns.com - Idaho Gov. C.L. Butch Otter on Wednesday signed into
law a bill, SB 1254, that would allow certain individuals to
carry concealed handguns onto public college and university
property, including inside classrooms.
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 3/17/14: Congress Says,
"Spy on Thee, Not on Me"
Ron Paul - The hypocrisy of Sen. Feinstein is astounding. She is
the biggest backer of the NSA spying on the rest of us, but when
the tables are turned and her staff is the target she becomes
irate. But there is more to it than that.
Government Workers Cost 45% More Than Private Sector Workers
Breitbart - The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
announced on March 12th that the total cost of employing a state
or local government worker is 45% more than an equivalent worker
in the private sector.
EPA Bureaucrats Use Federal Charge Cards for Gym Memberships and
atr.org - A report released by the Environmental Protection
Agency’s Inspector General has found that EPA employees have
improperly used federal charge cards to purchase everything from
gym memberships to gift cards. The report indicated that over 90
percent of the sampled transactions were for prohibited,
improper, or erroneous purchases, all paid for by American
Russia Touches U.S. Achilles Heel: Petrogold instead of
goldsilverworlds.com - The US government feels the need to
intervene in the Russian issue with Ukraine. If it wasn’t for an
economic reason, nobody could come up with a valid argument
explaining what the US has to do with a former USSR geopolitical
issue. Is it really true that US policy makers leverage these
“opportunities” as they desperately seek for GDP growth which
they can’t find elsewhere?
BP can bid for US government contracts again
RT - The Environmental Protection Agency in the US is again
allowing BP to bid for US government contracts. The company had
been barred following a guilty verdict in a case surrounding the
Deepwater Horizon disaster of April 2010.
Why GMO Trees Will Destroy Forest Biodiversity & Life on Earth
Natural Society - Our forests provide an extremely high level of
biodiversity, and the destruction of the Amazon forests in
recent years has eradicated estimated thousands of life-giving
plants and herbs, not to mention diverse animal species. Over
90% of Amazonian plants, for example, have not yet been studied
by western science, but have been used by natives for thousands
of years to teat a multitude of ailments.
Wyoming welder faces $75,000 a day in EPA fines for building
pond on his property
Fox News - I have not paid them a dime nor will I,” a defiant
Johnson told FoxNews.com. “I will go bankrupt if I have to
Amid NSA fallout, US to relinquish top internet oversight role
RT - American lawmakers announced Friday that the US will give
up the federal government’s longstanding oversight of the
administration of the Internet, satisfying international critics
while potentially frightening some American business leaders.
Google Wants E-Mail Scanning Information Blocked
Bloomberg - Google Inc. (GOOG), the world’s largest
Internet-search provider, is seeking to black out portions of a
transcript from a public court hearing that includes information
on how it mines data from personal e-mails.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
S.C. State Senate Unanimously Nullifies Federal Hemp Ban
Activist Post - Today [3/14/14], the South Carolina senate sent
a bill over to the state house which would authorize the growing
and production of industrial hemp within the state, effectively
nullifying the unconstitutional federal ban on the same.
New Lawsuit Filed Against USDA over Missing Docs Showing GMO
Christina Sarich - The lawsuit attests that political pressure
was asserted on the FDA to approve genetically engineered
alfalfa. It seeks 1179 documents from the USDA’s Animal and
Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) which explain why the
agency reversed its original decision to deny GMOs, specifically
RoundUp Ready Alfalfa, being promoted by Monsanto.
The amazing health benefits of goji berries
(NaturalNews) According to Jodi Helmer, the author
Goji Berries: Antioxidant Supreme, goji berries
are an excellent source of antioxidants such as
polyphenols, flavonoids, carotenoids and vitamins A,
C and E. In fact, the goji berry contains
approximately 500 times more vitamin C per weight
than an orange and considerably more beta-carotene
Combination of 10 Plant Extracts in Herbal Formula
Promising Cancer Fighter
Known throughout China as Tian Xian, an herbal
formula of more than 10 plant extracts including
liquorice and ginseng has been proven to be
successful at treating cancer.
Arugula is known as an aphrodisiac and as a top
(NaturalNews) This herb is filled with essential
antioxidants, minerals and vitamins such as
potassium, vitamin K, vitamin C, magnesium and
manganese. Not only does its vitamin K content
contribute to develop bone density, especially in
people suffering from osteoporosis, but its minimal
oxalate quantities help the body absorb calcium more
Onion extract slows colon cancer growth just as
effectively as chemo drug
(NaturalNews) Researchers have just discovered that
flavonoids extracted from common onions slow the
rate of colon cancer growth in mice just as
effectively as a chemotherapy drug. And while the
mice on chemo saw their LDL cholesterol go up (a
possible side effect of the drug), the mice on onion
extract actually saw their LDL levels drop.
146 Reasons Why Sugar Is Ruining Your Health
By Nancy Appleton PhD.
New zombie medical drug to hit the streets
Activist Post - It’s called Zohydro.... West
Virginia Senator Joe Manchin is protesting FDA
approval of the drug. He’s written a stunning letter
to US Health and Human Services head, Kathleen
FDA approves new heart attack-inducing testosterone
(NaturalNews) The Food and Drug Administration has
just given approval for another testosterone drug,
even though such medications have been linked to
heart attacks in older men.
Turmeric and curcumin prevent formation of new blood
vessels induced by arsenic, cancer
(NaturalNews) Numerous studies have confirmed that
turmeric root has powerful anticancer properties,
including the ability to inhibit blood vessel
formation in tumors.
2014 - Today In History:
1743 - First American town meeting was held at
Boston's Faneuil Hall.
1757 - British Admiral John Byng was executed by a
firing squad on board HMS Monarch for neglect of
1794 - Eli Whitney received a patent for his cotton
1900 - U.S. currency went on the gold standard with
the ratification of the Gold Standard Act.
1923 - President Harding became the first U.S.
President to file an income tax report.
1932 - George Eastman, the founder of the Kodak
company, committed suicide.
1936 - Adolf Hitler told a crowd of 300,000 that
Germany's only judge is God and itself.
1943 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt became
the first U.S. President to fly in an airplane while
1945 - In Germany, a 22,000 pound "Grand Slam" bomb
was dropped by the Royal Air Force Dumbuster Squad
on the Beilefeld railway viaduct. It was the
heaviest bomb used during World War II.
1947 - The U.S. signed a 99-year lease on naval
bases in the Philippines.
1947 - Moscow announced that 890,532 German POWs
were held in the U.S.S.R.
1951 - U.N. forces recaptured Seoul for the second
time during the Korean War.
1964 - A Dallas jury found Jack Ruby guilty of the
murder of Lee Harvey Oswald.
1967 - John F. Kennedy's body was moved from a
temporary grave to a permanent one.
1980 - A Polish airliner crashed while making an
emergency landing near Warsaw. 87 people were
killed. A 14-man U.S. boxing team was aboard the
1989 - Imported assault guns were banned in the U.S.
under President George H.W. Bush.
1991 - The "Birmingham Six," imprisoned for 16 years
for their alleged part in an IRA pub bombing, were
set free after a court agreed that the police
1996 - U.S. President Bill Clinton committed $100
million for an anti-terrorism pact with Israel to
track down and root out Islamic militants.
2004 - Russian President Vladimir Putin captured
more than 70 percent of the vote to win a second
term in an election that European observers said
fell short of democratic standards.
2005 - A judge in San Francisco ruled that
California's ban on gay marriage was
China Warns West Not To Enforce Sanctions Against Russia
Zero Hedge - "Sanctions could lead to retaliatory action, and that would
trigger a spiral with unforeseeable consequences," warns China's envoy
to Germany adding that "we don't see any point in sanctions."
Red Army masses on Ukraine border: 80,000 troops and missile launchers
spark invasion fear
Daily Mail - Ukraine warned last night that 80,000 Russian troops were
massing on its borders and could invade – as world leaders told Vladimir
Putin to back off.
Top US commander warns of risk in withdrawing from Afghanistan
The Telegraph - The most senior American commander in Afghanistan has
warned senators that al-Qaeda could use the country as the base for
fresh attacks on the West if international troops are completely
withdrawn from the country.
The Obama Peace Plan Includes Permanently Dividing The City Of Jerusalem
The Truth - Barack Obama’s “two state” peace plan would not just
permanently divide the land of Israel. It would also permanently divide
the city of Jerusalem. It is anticipated that the “Kerry Plan”, which is
expected to be revealed to the public soon, will call for a Palestinian
capital in east Jerusalem without specifying the exact borders.
VIDEO: Venezuela Burns as Anti-government Protests Continue in Caracas
news.com.au - This is not Ukraine, it’s Venezuela. While the world has
been focused on a missing plane, violent clashes have set the country’s
capital on fire.
Was missing jet HIJACKED? US officials fear MH370 was captured and flown
to mystery location
Daily Mail - US investigators think that Malaysian Airlines flight 370
remained airborne for four more hours after vanishing from its last
recorded position – raising the startling prospect the plane could have
U.S. Investigators Suspect Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Flew On for
WSJ - Aviation investigators and national security officials believe the
plane flew for a total of five hours, based on data automatically
downloaded and sent to the ground from the Boeing Co. BA -1.13% 777's
engines as part of a routine maintenance and monitoring program.
YouTube: CONSPIRACY: WSJ Corroborates Flight 370 Flew for Additional 4
AMTV - In today's video, Christopher Greene of AMTV reports on a new WSJ
article on Flight 370.
If Successful, Fukushima Class Actions Could Wipe Out GE
Courthouse News - General Electric faces two multibillion-dollar class
actions from people hurt by the Fukushima nuclear disaster and its
aftermath, who say GE and GE-Hitachi failed to properly design and
maintain the power plant.
Gundersen: Fukushima will be bleeding into Pacific for next 100 years
ENENews - As contaminated water beneath the site slowly evolves into a
radioactive lake. […] Most likely the cleanup of the entire site is at
least a century away, if ever. How has this calamity evolved into such a
worldwide catastrophe? It happened because the Japanese government chose
to protect Tepco, its financial interest and the goals of the nuclear
John Kerry: Russia has until Monday to reverse course in Ukraine
Washington Examiner - Secretary of State John Kerry warned of serious
repercussions for Russia on Monday if last-ditch talks over the weekend
to resolve the crisis in Ukraine failed to persuade Moscow to soften its
Crimea referendum opponents manipulate detached norms of intl law –
RT - Addressing the chorus of criticism at the UN Security Council
meeting on Ukraine, Moscow’s ambassador has reconfirmed that Russia does
not want any escalation of the Ukraine crisis and is not interfering
with the upcoming referendum in Crimea.
Ukraine border guards force Russian pilots to sleep on planes, ‘threaten
RT - Russia’s largest air carrier Aeroflot says the actions of Ukrainian
border guards threaten flight safety after its pilots were repeatedly
banned from leaving airport terminals and had to sleep on planes
Hackers down Russian presidential site in ‘powerful cyber-attack’
RT - Unidentified hackers brought down the Russian presidency’s site and
the Central Bank’s web page in a wave of online attacks. The website is
now operational for most users.
Jittery customers run on banks in Crimea
(AP) - Ukraine's largest bank says customers in the nation's Crimean
Peninsula are lining up to withdraw cash from their accounts as the
region occupied by Russian troops prepares for Sunday's referendum on
US: ‘Indications’ exist that Malaysian aircraft may have crashed in
RT -The Pentagon is reportedly maneuvering a naval destroyer to the
Indian Ocean amid allegations that the missing Malaysia Airlines
jetliner may have went down much further west then investigators
Hemp Can Remediate Fukushima Radiation
Activist Post - Dr. Masaru Emoto, author of The Miracle of Water,
proposes the use of hemp to clean up the radiation. The US Must Legalize
Hemp! page of the site links to the video Dr. Masaru Emoto talks about
Industrial Hemp as a solution to Fukushima.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Sheriffs' resolution takes on beltway bandits
WorldNetDaily - More than 100 peace officers sign to keep feds'
hands tied by Constitution. Sam Bushman, a spokesman for the
CSPOA, told WND that more than 100 officials already have signed
the resolution, with virtually no organized effort to promote
it, and those names are posted at the organization’s website
Major Obamacare Exemption Quietly Added for Individual Mandate –
and it Seems to Apply to Everyone
The Daily Sheeple - The Obama administration quietly added
another exemption to the individual mandate back in December –
an exemption which some say would apply to nearly everyone.
Public attention was brought to the newest “hardship” exemption
to the individual mandate this week due to a Wall Street Journal
article that referenced a technical bulletin that was released
by Health and Human Services on March 4...
TSA Agents to Eyeball Bus Passengers During ‘Security Exercise’
Paul Joseph Watson March 13, 2014 - Illustrating again how the
federal agency has long since expanded its operations outside of
airports, bus passengers in Pittsburgh will be eyeballed by TSA
agents during a “security exercise” involving multiple agencies
that begins today.
Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Case On ‘No-Knock’ Police Raids
Steve Watson - The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal and
refused to hear the case of a man in Texas who was SWAT teamed
by police in a ‘no-knock’ raid, under the justification that he
was a registered gun owner.
Gun Parts Manufacturer Files Restraining Order Against ATF,
Adan Salazar - Ares Armor, a California gun parts manufacturer,
has filed a temporary restraining order against the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for fears the federal
agency could soon bust down its doors.
Police Chief to Fly Drones Over American Cities to “Keep you
filmingcops.com - Sam Dotson, a police chief in St. Louis, has
alarmed citizens after announcing his desire to deploy drones
over American cities. The “unmanned aerial observation units”
would be used to monitor citizens.
Landmark Settlement Reached In Baltimore Arrest Case
CBS News - A Baltimore City lawsuit settlement sparks major
police policy and training reforms that affect everyone with a
cell phone camera.... The police department is putting it into
writing so their officers fully understand. You can record them
and they can’t do anything about it. First Amendment advocates
call it a major victory.
US Army Working With Joint Chiefs to Develop 'Global Landpower
Defense News - Preparing for the start of a series of hearings
before Congress to discuss his fiscal 2015 budget, Army Chief of
Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno struck a cooperative tone in remarks
at a Washington think tank Thursday, stressing joint solutions
to future conflicts.
FBI Agent Who Questioned Bin Laden’s Son-In-Law Testifies In
CBS News - An FBI agent took the stand Thursday in the terrorism
trial of Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law. As WCBS 880′s Irene
Cornell reported, FBI Special Agent Michael Bush was the chief
interviewer to question Sulaiman Abu Ghaith aboard a flight to
the United States after his arrest in Turkey a year ago.
Yet Another Trader Suicide Rocks Financial World
Paul Joseph Watson - The financial world has been rocked by the
news of yet another suicide after 47-year-old Manhattan trader
Edmund Reilly jumped in front of a Long Island Rail Road
commuter train on Tuesday morning.
19 Signs That The U.S. Consumer Is Tapped Out
Economic Collapse - You can't get blood out of a rock.
Traditionally the United States has had a consumer-driven
economy, but now years of declining incomes and rising debts are
really starting to catch up with us. In order to have an economy
that is dependent on consumer spending, you need to have a large
Debtor nation: Americans pay interest on $163 billion held by
top tech firms overseas
RT - United States taxpayers make large interest payments to the
top four technology firms for the $163 billion in US government
debt the companies own and shelter in tax-free offshore
US to sell strategic oil reserves for first time in 24 years
RT - The Obama administration plans to sell 5 million barrels,
or less than 1 percent of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve,
calling the move a test of the petrol distribution system. The
last time this happened was in August 1990 before the first Gulf
US power grid could be knocked out by a handful of substation
attacks, says report
RT - The entire US power grid could be shut down for more than a
month if just nine of the over 55,000 electric substations
placed throughout the nation were sabotaged by terrorists or
other criminals, according to a new report.
MIT Creates Soft Robotic Fish, Moves Like the Real Thing
Activist Post - Soft robots — which don't just have soft
exteriors but are also powered by fluid flowing through flexible
channels — have become a sufficiently popular research topic
that they now have their own journal, Soft Robotics.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Deadly pig virus spreads to Arizona; 27 U.S. states now affected
(Reuters) - Arizona is the latest state to confirm cases of the
deadly Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus, a highly contagious pig
disease, increasing the tally of U.S. states with confirmed
cases to 27, a group of animal health researchers said.
How Turmeric Can Save the Aging Brain From Dementia
and Premature Death
Green Med Info - Presently, there are not
pharmaceutical interventions that effectively slow,
and certainly not reverse, age-related
cerebrovascular pathologies linked to conditions
such as Alzheimer's disease and stroke. A new study
on turmeric extract, however, indicates that a
natural curative agent already exists and is close
to the everyday consumer as their spice rack.
Inactivity Found to Spark Changes in Brain, Leading
to Health Consequences
Natural Society - A new study indicates being
inactive can trigger changes in both brain chemistry
and structure, helping lead to negative
Have HPV vaccines caused a global epidemic of
Natural Blaze - Mass hysteria, conversion disorder,
psychogenic illness, Munchausen by proxy, fabricated
illness – all are terms familiar to those who
experience new medical conditions after using the
HPV vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix. Countless
people have been told that their new and mysterious
symptoms are psychosomatic because doctors are
unable to discover what is causing their symptoms.
Horseradish More Effective Than Pharmaceuticals At
Clearing Sinus Infections and Mucus From Respiratory
preventdisease.com - Whether it's in an herbal
preparation or your favorite dish, horseradish (Cochlearia
armoracia) is a natural antibiotic which clears
sinuses, increases facial circulation, and promotes
expulsion of mucus from upper respiratory passages.
It has been used as a medicine for millennia.
The benefits of using cilantro
(NaturalNews) Dr. Edward Group, CEO of Global
Healing Center, states that "cilantro is most often
cited as being effective for toxic metal cleansing
and rightfully so, this herb is a powerful, natural
A Warning for Parents: “BPA-Free” May Not Equal
ceh.org - As this month’s Mother Jones magazine
cover story, “Are Any Plastics Safe” recounts, this
disagreement formed the foundation of a two year
effort by CEH to find out if plastic sippy cups,
including cups labeled “BPA-free,” could pose health
threats to children. The result: our testing found 9
out of 35 sippy cups we tested were found with
significant amounts of estrogenic activity,
including seven cups found with more estrogenic
activity than a cup made with BPA. All of the nine
estrogenic cups were labeled “BPA-Free.”
Florida family sickened from LSD-laced steak
purchased at Wal-Mart
(NaturalNews) It's a well-known fact that most
commercially sold meats in America contain a
plethora of harmful chemicals and drugs, but one
Florida family could never have guessed that the
steak they bought at a local Wal-Mart would be laced
with a dangerous psychedelic drug.
Hospital imprisoned devoted spiritual author by
claiming her prayers are a sign of mental illness
(NaturalNews) A devout 56-year-old woman was held
captive in a psych ward for nearly five days after a
strange series of event cascaded before her.
Are Your Pet’s Kisses Hazardous to Your Health?
Dr. Becker - Bacteria found in the mouths of pets
could in theory be transmitted through their saliva.
But most infections in humans are the result of
bites or scratches. There is very little data
pointing to a problem of transmission by pet kisses.
Parasitic infections are also unlikely to be
transmitted in pet saliva.
2014 - Today In History:
1777 - The U.S. Congress ordered its European envoys
to appeal to high-ranking foreign officers to send
troops to reinforce the American army.
1861 - Jefferson Davis signed a bill authorizing
slaves to be used as soldiers for the Confederacy.
1868 - The U.S. Senate began the impeachment trial
of President Andrew Johnson.
1884 - Standard time was adopted throughout the U.S.
1911 - The U.S. Supreme Court approved corporate tax
1915 - The Germans repelled a British expeditionary
force attack in France.
1930 - It was announced that the planet Pluto had
been discovered by scientist Clyde Tombaugh at the
1940 - The war between Russia and Finland ended with
the signing of a treaty in Moscow.
1941 - Adolf Hitler issued an edict calling for an
invasion of the U.S.S.R.
1943 - Japanese forces ended their attack on the
American troops on Hill 700 in Bougainville.
1946 - Reports from Iran indicated that Soviet tanks
units were stationed 20 miles from Tehran.
1951 - Israel demanded $1.5 billion in German
reparations for the cost of caring for war refugees.
1957 - Jimmy Hoffa was arrested by the FBI on
1963 - China invited Soviet President Khrushchev to
1969 - The Apollo 9 astronauts returned to Earth
after the conclusion of a mission that included the
successful testing of the Lunar Module.
1970 - Cambodia ordered Hanoi and Viet Cong troops
1974 - The U.S. Senate voted 54-33 to restore the
1991 - Exxon paid $1 billion in fines and for the
clean-up of the Alaskan oil spill.
2003 - Japan sent a destroyer to the Sea of Japan
amid reports that North Korea was planning to test
an intermediate-range ballistic missile.
2003 - A report in the journal "Nature" reported
that scientists had found 350,000-year-old human
footprints in Italy. The 56 prints were made by
three early, upright-walking humans that were
descending the side of a volcano.
Russia allows Ukrainian surveillance flight to confirm no troops near
RT - In a confidence-building step, Russia’s Defense Ministry has given
permission for a surveillance flight by Ukraine over Russian territory
near the border between the countries. Kiev had claimed Moscow was
building up its military presence there.
Moscow wants EU probe into Maidan gun crimes & Ukraine’s post-coup govt
RT - Russia suggests setting up a probe to investigate crimes
perpetrated by extremist and armed elements of the Maidan opposition
over the past three months. The PACE proposal also seeks to examine the
legitimacy of the post-coup Ukrainian government.
Mr. Yatsenyuk Goes to Washington
Kurt Nimmo - Installed Ukrainian prime minister and former bankster
Arseniy Yatsenyuk is expected to tell Obama “his country needs help to
defend itself against neighboring Russia and also is expected to seek
financial assistance from Washington,” the CIA’s Radio Free Europe
website reports today.
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Ukraine Live Updates
RT - New York based Committee to Protect Journalists condemned the move
by Ukraine's National Council on Television and Radio Broadcasting to
halt the transmission of Russian TV stations in the country.
Satellite looking into missing Malaysia flight detects 'suspected crash
CNN - A Chinese satellite looking into the mysterious disappearance of
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 "observed a suspected crash area at sea," a
Chinese government agency said -- a potentially pivotal lead into what
has been a frustrating search for the Boeing 777.
Oil rig worker says he saw missing plane go down: report
Washington Times - ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff has obtained a
letter that an oil rig worker in Vietnam wrote to his employer claiming
he saw Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 go down in flames.
Kiev snipers shooting from bldg controlled by Maidan forces –Ex-Ukraine
RT - Former chief of Ukraine’s Security Service has confirmed
allegations that snipers who killed dozens of people during the violent
unrest in Kiev operated from a building controlled by the opposition on
John McCain Is Going To Ukraine
Zero Hedge - Three weeks ago, John Kerry came, saw, and launched a
blitz-diplomatic campaign which promptly resulted in, well, Russia
annexing Crimea. Now it is the turn of that other foreign policy titan,
neo-con John McCain, to complete Kerry's job and finally launch the
GDP-boosting World War III. He may have the chance to do that as soon as
Thursday, when he, along with other senators, is slated to travel to
Ukraine to "show support for the government there."
VIDEO: Civilian drone deaths triple in Afghanistan: UN
Press TV - UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counterterrorism
Ben Emmerson warned on Wednesday that civilian deaths resulting from US
drone attacks are intensifying in Afghanistan.
VIDEO: Another US assassination drone strike kills 2 in Yemen
Press TV - The US administration is under heavy criticism for launching
drone raids in Yemen and several other Muslim countries. Washington
claims that the unmanned US aircraft attacks target al-Qaeda militants,
but local sources say civilians have been the main victims of the
Train ’50-Cent Army’ in Online Propaganda
StratRisks - China has announced a certified training course for its
“50-cent army” of Internet propagandists who are paid to manipulate
public opinion by posting and retweeting comments favorable to the
ruling Chinese Communist Party.
fear of GM food from US hampers historic trade deal
An ‘enormous gulf’ has been exposed between the EU and the US through
Europe’s reluctance to buy hormone meat or GM food from the US. Industry
and labor groups voiced concern to EU and US negotiators that the
globe’s biggest trade pact was under threat.
Troubled waters: Nuclear radiation found in B.C. may pose health
Vancouver Sun - A radioactive metal from the Fukushima nuclear plant
disaster in Japan has been discovered in the Fraser Valley, causing
researchers to raise the alarm about the long-term impact of radiation
on B.C.’s west coast.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama threatens vetoes of bills requiring him to follow the law
Washington Examiner - President Obama is threatening to veto a
law that would allow Congress to sue him in federal courts for
arbitrarily changing or refusing to enforce federal laws because
it "violates the separation of powers" by encroaching on his
Media overage Please? Bin Laden's Son-In-Law Is Quietly On Trial
Over 9/11 Attacks
The Government Rag - Apparently, we live in a time where the
media would rather cover the ‘Blade Runner - Oscar Pistorius’
trial on CNN, instead of the trial of Osama Bin Laden’s
son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, and his alleged involvement in
the 9/11/01 World Trade Center attacks.
Hunger striker v Barack Obama: US court to hear historic Gitmo
RT - A Yemeni inmate at Guantanamo Bay has introduced a landmark
lawsuit challenging the practice of force-feeding at the US
military prison camp. The case represents the first time a US
court will hear allegations of detainee abuse at Gitmo.
After Recent Ruling, America's Commercial Drone Pilots Come Out
of the Shadows
Wired - For the last two years, the FAA has been sending
nastygrams to anyone caught flying model planes or other
unmanned arial vehicles over U.S. airspace for “commercial
purposes” – like professional photography, journalism or
farmland surveying. But last week, a judge clipped the FAA’s
wings, ruling that the agency doesn’t have the authority to
regulate small unmanned drones.
Denver Cops Forced to Wear Cameras, Unable to Delete Footage
Adan Salazar - Police in Denver are testing a solution they hope
will give a much-needed boost to their public persona. Denver PD
is acquiring new guns and armor, and for the next six months
will engage in a body camera pilot program in attempts to
ingratiate themselves to a police-corruption weary public.
Ohio High School Student Charged With Felony, Sent To Jail,
Loses Career Path Over A Pocketknife
Daily Caller - An Ohio high school student training to be an EMT
was charged with a felony and sent to jail for 13 days because
police found a pocketknife during an unauthorized search of his
White House withholding over 9,000 docs in CIA torture probe
RT - For the last five years, the White House has withheld over
9,000 top-secret documents from a Senate investigation of the
CIA’s former detention and torture program. The report comes one
day after the CIA was accused of interfering in the probe.
Armed March 10X Larger Than SXSW Anti-Gun Event
Kit Daniels - Over 100 activists carrying a variety of rifles
showed up today for a march through downtown Austin, Texas
during South by Southwest (SXSW), an internationally-known
festival held annually in Austin which attracts hundreds of
thousands from around the world.
Americans Worried About the Economy, Not Climate Change
Kurt Nimmo - If you listen to Obama, the Democrats and their
propagandists in the corporate media, climate change,
immigration, and terrorism are top concerns for Americans. A
recent Gallup poll, however, paints a different picture. Climate
change comes in second to last as a national problem, according
to a survey conducted between March 6-9. Race relations lands at
the dead bottom of the list. Immigration is near the bottom,
followed by environmental concerns.
Is “Dr. Copper” Foreshadowing A Stock Market Crash Just Like It
Did In 2008?
Economic Collapse - Is the price of copper trying to tell us
something? Traditionally, "Dr. Copper" has been a very accurate
indicator of where the global economy is heading next. For
example, back in 2008 the price of copper dropped from nearly
$4.00 to under $1.50 in just a matter of months. And now it
appears that another big decline in the price of copper is
starting to happen.
Gold Surges To 6-Month Highs
Zero Hedge - Angst in Asia overnight sparked another round of
demand for the precious metal pushing gold up over $10 as copper
crumbles and Chinese corporate bond markets drop. At $1,363.97,
gold is at its highest since September and breaking above its
VIDEO: Senator Sheila Jackson Lee Thinks the Constitution is 400
Washington Free Beacon - Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D., Texas)
declared the U.S. Constitution to be 400 years old Wednesday on
the House floor, which would mean it was signed in 1614.... That
would be seven years after Jamestown, Virginia became America’s
first permanent English settlement.
New Jersey Becomes Third State To Ban Tesla’s Direct Sales Model
techcrunch.com - New Jersey is the third state to ban the
practice of selling cars directly to consumers, joining Arizona
and Texas in preventing their residents from easily buying a
more environmentally friendly ride. The New Jersey Coalition of
Automotive Retailers was in favor of the rule change,
California drought bare: Photos show how reservoir is almost
COMPLETELY dry as NASA is brought in to help with the crisis
Daily Mail - The devastating images have added to the need for
the west coast to better manage its water resources, with the
record drought forcing a state of emergency and NASA now working
to help the crisis.
California's Man-Made Drought
China's heavy metals pollution falls on U.S. soil
(NaturalNews) Air pollution from China's coal-fired power plants
regularly crosses the Pacific Ocean to contaminate the air, soil
and water of the United States, studies have shown.
Ohio fracking drilling shut down after quakes
RT - Ohio authorities have halted a fracking operation in
following two quakes. Both the authorities and the operator say
there is no evidence linking fracking with the tremors, but in
the past an Ohio well was closed for causing quakes.
Snowden leak: NSA plans to infect ‘millions’ of computers
RT - Yet more previously secret surveillance operations waged by
the United States National Security Agency were made public
Wednesday morning thanks to leaked documents supplied by former
NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
NSA Pretends To Be Facebook To Spy On The World
Steve Watson - The NSA, according to the leaks, has been
distributing malware “implants” which can siphon out data from
computers around the globe. The agency reportedly used a fake
Facebook server as a launching pad to grab information from hard
drives. The malware has also been designed to covertly record
audio from a computer’s microphone and take snapshots with its
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Permaculture: A Healthy Sustainable Alternative to Big-Ag
Natural Blaze - Permaculture is a combination of two words,
permanent culture, which evolved from a previous and narrower
definition, permanent agriculture.
How To Grow Fresh And Almost Instant Late Winter Vegetables
Off the Grid News - If you are getting the itch to get out in
your garden but can’t because of the chance of late winter
freeze or frost, it’s time to think about starting an indoor
14 Vegan Cheeses That Will Make You Forget About The
buzzfeed.com - Cheese, sir, may I have some more
Dispute Over Missouri Cancer Cluster
ABC News - Coldwater Creek in Missouri is not
officially the home of a cancer cluster, but
Jennifer Smith begs to differ. At 41, Smith has
already been through a host of medical problems. She
had endometriosis as a teen, suffered four
miscarriages in her 20s and needed to undergo a
complete hysterectomy by age 29. Four years later,
she was diagnosed with incurable chronic myelogenous
Is Roundup the Cause of 'Gluten Intolerance'?
Mother Earth News - A compelling new peer-reviewed
report from two U.S. scientists argues that
increased use of Monsanto’s glyphosate herbicide
(trade name Roundup) could be the cause of the
epidemic of symptoms labeled as “gluten
Wheat As An Endocrine Disruptor: Elevated Prolactin
In Celiac Disease
Green Med Info - A provocative new study confirms
for the first time in a human trial that one of the
adverse effects of wheat consumption includes a
disruption of the levels of a hormone produced by
the pituitary gland known as prolactin.
Top 10 Health Benefits of Turmeric and Curcumin
ecowatch.com - Although most nutritional supplements
are ineffective, this is not the case with turmeric.
Many high quality studies show that it has major
benefits for your body and brain. Here are the top
10 evidence-based health benefits of turmeric.
Proof: They Don’t Have to Use Harmful Artificial
Activist Post - We were confronted with a
neon-colored popsicle that seemed like a young kid’s
dream and a parent’s nightmare – that is, until we
realized that unlike most of its peers on the junk
food market, this sugary treat DOES NOT use
artificial color dyes – which have been banned in
Europe and most of the world due to their proven
links to hyperactivity and cancer.
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Creating a Healthy (Non Toxic) Bedroom
Green Med Info - Many of us understand the
importance of consuming organic foods and making
detoxification a regular part of our health routine.
Creating a healthy home environment is also part of
the detoxification /clean living process. After
learning about the health hazards of dryer sheets
and toxic cleaning products you may have already
eliminated these items from your home, but what
about the bedroom?
Top 11 Spring Cleaning Products You Must Avoid
Natural Blaze - First off, let’s look at some of the
chemicals that you should avoid during your spring
cleaning, and well, whenever possible. Here are the
top eleven conventional cleaning supplies that you
DIY green fabric softeners
STEPin2 - Did you know that many fabric softeners
contain toxic chemicals? Chloroform, alpha-terpineol,
benzyl alcohol, and ethanol are just a few of the
most common chemicals found in fabric softeners
today. Most of these chemicals are on the EPA’s
hazardous waste list, which makes them hazardous to
our health as well.
EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning
Environmental Working Group - When EWG released the
Guide to Healthy Cleaning in 2012, some of our
scores and findings surprised not only our viewers
but us, too.
Rare Interview of Amish Family Ordered Into
The Daily Sheeple - The Amish don’t allow formal
interviews and after last year’s mainstream
treatment swore them off. But Reason.TV has captured
their story in this unique micro-documentary which
finally allows the viewer to see the girl catapulted
into a most public battle – Sarah Hershberger.
High-Carb Diet May Increase Your Risk of Dementia
Dr. Mercola - If you're interested in protecting
your brain health and preventing dementia, including
Alzheimer's disease, the research is pouring in in
support of a key dietary strategy… namely, avoiding
sugar and carbohydrates, including gluten.
Chemical found in molds may be causing Parkinson's
(NaturalNews) A chemical responsible for the musty
smell of mold may also produce symptoms similar to
those of Parkinson's disease, according to a recent
study conducted by researchers from Rutgers and
Emory Universities and published in the Proceedings
of the National Academy of Sciences.
Health benefits of taking spirulina daily
(NaturalNews) Spirulina is rich in various
infection-fighting proteins that help in increasing
various disease-combating antibodies within your
body. It has more than 70 percent protein, which is
highest among all foods, and helps in boosting the
production of white blood cells that fight and
2014 - Today In History:
1789 - The U.S. Post Office was established.
1884 - The State of Mississippi authorized the first
state-supported college for women. It was called the
Mississippi Industrial Institute and College.
1863 - President Jefferson Davis delivered his State
of the Confederacy address.
1906 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that
corporations must yield incriminating evidence in
1909 - Three U.S. warships were ordered to Nicaragua
to stem the conflict with El Salvador.
1911 - Dr. Fletcher of Rockefeller Institute
discovered the cause of infantile paralysis.
1912 - The Girl Scout organization was founded. The
original name was Girl Guides.
1933 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt presented
his first presidential address to the nation. It was
the first of the "Fireside Chats."
1938 - The "Anschluss" took place as German troops
1947 - U.S. President Truman established the "Truman
Doctrine" to help Greece and Turkey resist
1959 - The U.S. House joined the U.S. Senate in
approving the statehood of Hawaii.
1985 - The U.S. and the U.S.S.R. began arms control
talks in Geneva.
1985 - Former U.S. President Richard M. Nixon
announced that he planned to drop Secret Service
protection and hire his own bodyguards in an effort
to lower the deficit by $3 million.
1989 - About 2,500 veterans and supporters marched
at the Art Institute of Chicago to demand that
officials remove an American flag placed on the
floor as part of an exhibit.
1993 - In the U.S., the Pentagon called for the
closure of 31 major military bases.
1993 - Janet Reno was sworn in as the first female
U.S. attorney general.
1999 - Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic became
members of (NATO). All three countries were members
of the former Warsaw Pact.
2002 - U.S. homeland security chief Tom Ridge
unveiled a color-coded system for terror warnings.
2003 - In Utah, Elizabeth Smart was reunited with
her family nine months after she was abducted from
her home. She had been taken on June 5, 2002, by a
drifter that had previously worked at the Smart
2003 - The U.S. Air Force announced that it would
resume reconnaissance flights off the coast of North
Korea. The flights had stopped on March 2 after an
encounter with four armed North Korean jets.
2008 - New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer resigned two days
after reports had surfaced that he was a client of a
2009 - Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff pleaded
guilty in New York to pulling off perhaps the
biggest swindle in Wall Street history.
2011 - The Arab League asked the U.N. Security
Council to impose a no-fly zone to protect Libyan
US to violate own laws by financially aiding Ukraine’s coup-installed
govt – Moscow
RT - Washington’s decision to provide financial aid to the
coup-appointed government of Ukraine goes against the US laws, Russia’s
Foreign Ministry said, urging American politicians to think about the
consequences of supporting the radicals in Kiev.
US has ‘no right to fund gangsters’: Yanukovich to challenge $1bn
Ukraine aid in courts
RT - Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich says $1bn in aid to
Ukraine promised by Secretary of State John Kerry is unlawful, and he
will petition the US Congress and Supreme Court for a legal judgement.
Crimea parliament declares independence from Ukraine ahead of referendum
RT - The parliament of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea has adopted an
independence declaration from Ukraine which is necessary for holding a
March 16 referendum.
NATO starts air drills close to Ukraine's borders
RT - The air drills began on Tuesday at the Lask Air Base in central
Poland. Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski was present as the
exercises commenced, standing by as four Polish F-16s lifted off. A US
Hercules transport plane landed with support staff, while at least 12 US
F-16 fighter jets and 300 personnel are due to arrive by Thursday.
Missing Malaysia Flight Similar to Lost 007 McDonald Flight
Kit Daniels The current mystery of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight
has striking similarities to the 1983 disappearance of a Korean airliner
carrying the late Congressman Larry McDonald, which also went missing in
Libyan lawmakers oust Prime Minister Ali Zeidan
Press TV - The Libyan parliament has ousted Prime Minister Ali Zeidan,
after military forces failed to prevent the escape of a North
Korea-flagged tanker laden with crude oil.
Israel planning to destroy more Palestinian homes
Press TV - Israel is planning to demolish more Palestinian homes and
water wells in the occupied West Bank.
Malaysia Airlines live: 'Good night' - last known words of MH370
The Telegraph - Last radio transmission from the cockpit of missing
Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was 'Alright, good night' as the plane
switched from Malaysian to Vietnamese airspace
Terror not ruled out in missing jet: CIA
Press TV - The head of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) says
terrorism cannot be ruled out in the recent disappearance of the
Malaysian passenger plane. On Tuesday, CIA Director John Brennan made
the remarks at a rare public speaking appearance in Washington where he
called the incident a “mystery”.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
US to give Israel $429 million for its Iron Dome
Press TV - The United States and Israel have signed an agreement
under which $429 million of American taxpayers’ money “will be
transferred immediately to Israel” to fund its Iron Dome missile
Chinese components found in B-1 bombers and F-16 fighters
RT - A Pentagon investigation has found that despite
prohibitions by federal law, multiple US aircraft and weaponry
are housing Chinese parts and raw materials.
What's Feinstein So Upset About? CIA Just Spied On Senate
Intelligence Committee 'Metadata'
techdirt.com - Earlier today, we wrote about Senator Dianne
Feinstein's justified anger over the CIA "spying" on the Senate
Intelligence Committee staffers as they went about putting
together a massive (and apparently incredibly damning) report
condemning the CIA's torture program.
Michelle Obama Supports Campaign to Ban ‘Sexist’ Words
Paul Joseph Watson - aking a page out of George Orwell’s 1984 -
where words were banned by a totalitarian state to limit thought
– Michelle Obama has thrown her weight behind a campaign to ban
the word “bossy”.
Homeland Security Snipers Terrorize Confused Residents During
Paul Joseph Watson - Department of Homeland Security snipers
trained their weapons on frightened residents during a raid on a
nearby apartment in East Williamsburg, with neighbors
complaining of how they were “utterly confused and frankly
terrorized” during the incident.
Armed Texans to March at SXSW
Infowars.com - The Austin chapter of Come and Take It Texas is
holding an open carry march at South by Southwest (SXSW) in
Austin, Texas this Wednesday, March 12 at high noon in response
to the anti-gun event promoted by the internationally-known
Gun Owners Prepare to Seize Senate from Harry Reid
Gun Owners of America - At GOA’s request, Senator Rand Paul
(R-KY) has bypassed Harry Reid’s stranglehold on the Senate by
bringing a pro-gun bill directly onto the Senate calendar. The
bill is H.R. 4118, and it was approved by the House of
Representatives on Wednesday by a 250-160 vote.... The bill
would suspend the individual mandate of the anti-gun ObamaCare
program for one year, thus protecting the privacy of gun owners.
Now it's the Dems talking all night, about climate
townhall.com - Democrats took to the Senate floor Monday night
to talk about global warming and planned not to let up until
morning. By midnight, lawmakers had been talking for nearly six
Oklahoma Senate Passes Bill to Authorize Gold and Silver as
Activist Post - Yesterday, the Oklahoma State Senate passed a
bill that would legalize gold and silver as legal tender, moving
the legislation on to the House for consideration. The vote was
NY may start formal application process for bitcoin exchanges
CNBC News - In a step toward eventual state regulation of
bitcoin exchanges, New York's financial services regulator on
Tuesday said he wanted companies that want to operate virtual
currency exchanges in the state to submit formal applications.
'One of the Largest Federal Land Grabs'
WSJ - Delaying approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, maintaining
export limits and discouraging refinery construction haven't
stopped a revolution that will soon make the United States the
world's largest producer of crude oil. But a Journal editorial
this morning notes that Washington may add a record 757 new
species to the endangered list by 2018.
Facial Recognition Glasses To ‘Stop Crime Before it Happens’
Adan Salazar - Able to distinguish a person’s face even if 60
percent obscured. A company has developed glasses that will give
users not only an interactive, virtual 3-D display, but also the
ability to spot individual faces among a crowd of people,
something the company says will aid police in predicting and
thwarting “future” crimes.
FreedomPop develops privacy-oriented smartphone nicknamed
(NaturalNews) A "wireless underdog" best known for its free
Internet and phone plans has introduced another revolutionary
product: a smartphone that enables users to reclaim some lost
privacy. The company, FreedomPop, is taking advantage of the
How to Create a Vehicle Emergency Kit
The Organic Prepper - Disaster never lets you know ahead of time
when it’s going to strike. In most cases, a person is out doing
what they do every single day, like driving to or from work,
when an emergency occurs. Sometimes people are on a recreational
outing. Whatever the case, it pays to be prepared. This can
de-escalate a potentially life-threatening crisis down to an
5000 IU of Vitamin D3 Boosts The Body's Ability To
Respond To Cardiovascular Stress and Cancer
preventdisease.com - Daily supplements of vitamin D3
improve the heart’s response to a stressor and
double the chances of surviving cancer according to
two separate studies in Anticancer Research and the
International Journal of Cardiology.
Pomegranate and Chamomile Help Heal Bleeding Gums
Green Med Info - New research confirms that extracts
of chamomile and pomegranate each reduce gum
bleeding in gingivitis when rinsed with.
Breaking News: FDA’s Sneak Attempt to Ban Another B
Alliance for Natural Health - You can’t live without
this vitamin. But the FDA wants to reserve the
natural form for monopoly drug companies, leaving
only the synthetic form for supplements. The FDA has
just released a new 109-page guidance on the
revision of nutrition and supplement labels....
According to the guidance, the word “folate” will be
banned from the Supplement Fact labels—only the term
“folic acid” will be allowed.
Amazing herbal cures from around the world
(NaturalNews) So we start this whole thing off with
cancer, since that's the biggest "mystery" on Earth.
Cancer, the eighth wonder of the world, or is it the
ninth? Cancer -- that "disease" (actually it's a
disorder) of the cells where certain dying or "chemicalized"
cells mutate and multiply uncontrollably, then
attack your good cells. Scientists all over the
world cannot figure out a vaccine or medicine to
cure this problem. Or can they?
If smallpox has been stamped out, shouldn't we
destroy the last few vials of it?
(NaturalNews) At one point in world history,
smallpox (Variola major) was a killer disease on a
massive scale, killing 300 million in the 20th
century alone. However, some 30 years ago, smallpox
had been declared eradicated from the globe. And
yet, there are still two places where strains of the
disease are kept alive; the question is, why?
Receipts May Be Source of Endocrine Disruptor: Study
Dr. Mercola - Past research has shown that holding
receipt paper for only five seconds was enough to
transfer BPA onto your skin, and the amount of BPA
transferred increased by about 10 times if fingers
were wet or greasy.
Big Food exploits 'gray areas' for questionable
(NaturalNews) Start this whole thing off with
ingredients that you probably aren't sure of and
which appear in tons and tons of foods that you
probably consume regularly: canola oil, TBHQ, sodium
benzoate, soy lecithin, polysaccharides and
carrageenan. Then throw in BHT for freshness. How
about some natural flavors, natural colors (bugs)
and "all natural" GMOs, and what have you got?
You've got gluten-free foods that are horrible for
your health and contain MSG and other toxic food
criminals known as food agents.
MSG is safe in small amounts, or so you think
(NaturalNews) MSG, or monosodium glutamate, is a
sodium salt of glutamic acid, a non-essential amino
acid. Glutamate is actually found naturally in many
foods, and is also produced by the body for healthy
metabolism and brain functions. However, excessive
glutamate has been found to contribute to many
neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer's
disease, Parkinson's disease, Lou Gehrig's disease,
stroke, encephalitis, and brain infections.
Can eating lean meat and avoiding organ meats cause
a nutritional imbalance?
(NaturalNews) Westernized society has traditionally
focused on the lean, muscular portions of meat and
low-fat dairy and poultry. Traditional cultures
always favored the fatty regions, the organ meats
and the bones as sources of valuable nutrition.
Could one develop health problems from an imbalance
of lean meat over fatty, gelatinous regions?
Fruit and vegetable juicing may be key to helping
people with addictions
(NaturalNews) Could juicing be instrumental in
overcoming addictions ranging from nicotine to
misuse of medications? For many people, the answer
is a resounding, "yes."
Cognitive Dysfunction: Does Your Cat Prowl the House
at Night and Vocalize? This May Be Why
Dr. Becker - Four common behaviors reported by
owners of older cats include excessive nighttime
vocalization, staring off into space, eliminating
outside the litter box, and loss of desire to
interact with human family members. Older kitties
can develop cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) –
even though the condition hasn’t yet been formally
documented in felines. Cats who develop CDS are
typically 11 years or older.
2014 - Today In History:
1702 - The Daily Courant, the first regular English
newspaper was published.
1791 - Samuel Mulliken became the first person to
receive more than one patent from the U.S. Patent
1810 - The Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was married by
proxy to Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria.
1824 - The U.S. War Department created the Bureau of
Indian Affairs. Seneca Indian Ely Parker became the
first Indian to lead the Bureau.
1861 - A Confederate Convention was held in
Montgomery, Alabama, where a new constitution was
1865 - Union General William Sherman and his forces
occupied Fayetteville, NC.
1901 - U.S. Steel was formed when industrialist J.P.
Morgan purchased Carnegie Steep Corp. The event made
Andrew Carnegie the world's richest man.
1907 - U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt induced
California to revoke its anti-Japanese legislation.
1930 - U.S. President Howard Taft became the first
U.S. president to be buried in the National Cemetery
in Arlington, VA.
1935 - The German Air Force became an official
department of the Reich.
1941 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt
authorized the Lend-Lease Act, which authorized the
act of providing war supplies to the Allies.
1964 - U.S. Senator Carl Hayden broke the record for
continuous service in the U.S. Senate. He had worked
37 years and seven days.
1965 - The American navy began inspecting Vietnamese
junks in an effort to end arms smuggling to the
1969 - Levi-Strauss started selling bell-bottomed
1988 - A cease-fire was declared in the war between
Iran and Iraq.
1992 - Former U.S. President Nixon said that the
Bush administration was not giving enough economic
aid to Russia.
1993 - Janet Reno was unanimously confirmed by the
U.S. Senate to become the first female attorney
2002 - Two columns of light were pointed skyward
from ground zero in New York as a temporary memorial
to the victims of the terrorist attacks of September
2004 - Ten bombs exploded in quick succession across
the commuter rail network in Madrid, Spain, killing
191 people and wounding more than 2,000 in an attack
linked to al-Qaida-inspired militants.
Blackwater Mercenaries Reported in Donetsk, Ukraine
Kurt Nimmo - If a video appearing on Youtube can be believed, it appears
Ukraine’s coup government may have employed mercenaries in a bid to shut
down a move in Donetsk to expand the industrial city’s autonomy.
Report: Russia Moves Anti-Ship Missiles to Crimea
Paul Joseph Watson - Moscow has responded to the United States sending
the guided-missile destroyer USS Truxtun into the Black Sea by deploying
a Bastion anti-ship missile system in Sevastopol, according to reports.
Doctors stage protest in Venezuela
Yahoo News - Several hundred doctors and medical students protested
conditions in Venezuela's hospitals Monday, citing shortages of
medicines and critical supplies in the troubled oil-rich country.
Global Debt Exceeds $100 Trillion as Governments Binge, BIS Says
Bloomberg - The amount of debt globally has soared more than 40 percent
to $100 trillion since the first signs of the financial crisis as
governments borrowed to pull their economies out of recession and
companies took advantage of record low interest rates, according to the
Bank for International Settlements.
Christian militias take bloody revenge on Muslims in Central African
The Guardian - The seeds were sown in March last year when the Seleka, a
largely Muslim rebel group, seized Bangui in a coup, installed the
country's first Muslim president, Michel Djotodia, and terrorised the
majority Christian population, killing men, women and children.
Ten countries scour sea for missing Malaysian airliner
Press TV - Malaysian officials say there are now more than 40 ships and
34 aircraft from ten different nations taking part in the search in the
seas off Vietnam and Malaysia. The country's civil aviation chief said
on Monday that the disappearance of the jetliner was an "unprecedented
Mysterious Iranian "Mr. Ali" Purchased Tickets For "Stolen Passport"
Passengers; Paid Cash
Zero Hedge - While the mystery builds over the still officially
unexplained disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370, or just who the two
passengers with "stolen" passports may have been although we expect a
revelation on this issue shortly, the FT has added yet another twist to
what is sure to be a conspiracy thriller for weeks to come: the paper
reports that the Thai travel agent who booked the tickets for the men in
question said that she had been asked to arrange the travel by an
U.S. Nuclear Agency Hid Concerns, Hailed Safety Record as Fukushima
NBC News - At the end of that long first weekend of the crisis three
years ago, NRC Public Affairs Director Eliot Brenner thanked his staff
for sticking to the talking points that the team had been distributing
to senior officials and the public. "While we know more than these say,"
Brenner wrote, "we're sticking to this story for now."
Crimea parliament declares independence from Ukraine ahead of referendum
RT - The parliament of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea has adopted an
independence declaration from Ukraine which is necessary for holding a
March 16 referendum.
Crimea creates own military by swearing in self-defense units
RT - Volunteers from self-defense units are taking an oath of allegiance
to the people of Crimea as the autonomous republic puts together its own
military in order to respond to possible provocations from the
coup-imposed government in Kiev.
Russia Threatens to Impose Sanctions On U.S. Corporations
Kurt Nimmo - On Monday, Press TV reported “Moscow is preparing a bill
that would freeze the assets of European and American companies
operating in Russia in response to potential Western sanctions against
Russia over the crisis in Ukraine’s Republic of Crimea.” A large number
of corporations would be impacted by the measure...
Did Ukraine Just Airlift Its Entire Gold Hoard To The U.S. Fed?
King World News - Today an outspoken hedge fund manager out of Hong Kong
stunned King World News when he said that the entire Ukrainian gold
hoard may have just secretly been flown from Ukraine to the United
States. William Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in
mergers and acquisitions, also spoke about the incredible implications
of this astonishing development.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Snowden at SXSW: 'The Constitution was being
violated on a massive scale'
RT - Speaking remotely from Russia on Monday, former National
Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden told attendees at the
SXSW Interactive conference in Austin, Texas that encryption is
still a powerful deterrent against government surveillance.
CBS Journalist Resigns After Being Pressured Over 'Anti-Obama'
Paul Joseph Watson - CBS journalist Sharyl Attkisson resigned
today after facing pressure over reports she filed that were
deemed to be overly critical of President Obama, but don’t
expect the mainstream media to create a circus around
Attkisson’s resignation like they did that of RT host Liz Wahl.
Obama Surgeon General Nominee Wants Doctors to Ask Patients
About Guns in Home – Include Info in Obamacare Database
Gateway Pundit - Barack Obama picked far left 36 year-old
organizer Vivek Murthy as the next Surgeon General — not for his
medical expertise but for his activism. Vivek was the co-founder
and president of “Doctors for America,” which began as “Doctors
for Obama in 2008.”
VIDEO: TED: Government Surveillance – This Is Just The Beginning
Librey Crier - Privacy researcher Christopher Soghoian sees the
landscape of government surveillance shifting beneath our feet,
as an industry grows to support monitoring programs. Through
private companies, he says, governments are buying technology
with the capacity to break into computers, steal documents and
monitor activity — without detection. This TED Fellow gives an
unsettling look at what’s to come.
Audio: Carol Paul Takes Us Behind The Scenes
Liberty Crier - The matriarch of the Ron Paul family talks about
her life with Ron, what a First Lady should do, and a lot more.
Californians Refuse to Turn In Newly-Banned Magazines
Adan Salazar - At midnight on Thursday, Sunnyvale began
implementing a new law that requires residents with rifle
magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition to dispose
of them or else, but the law reportedly failed to produce the
intended effect. “The Oakland Tribune reported Saturday that
since Sunnyvale’s ban went into effect midnight Thursday, not
one of the now-illegal magazines has been turned in,” the
Associated Press reports.
State Forces Man Into Nursing Home
Off the Grid News - An 85-year-old Texas man is trapped in state
custody, all because he went to a hospital for routine surgery.
Charlie Fink checked into the Richardson Methodist Hospital late
last month for hernia surgery, and now Adult Protective Services
thinks he shouldn’t go home anytime soon.
We Are In FAR Worse Shape Than We Were Just Prior To The Last
Great Financial Crisis
Economic Collapse - None of the problems that caused the last
financial crisis have been fixed. In fact, they have all gotten
worse. The total amount of debt in the world has grown by more
than 40 percent since 2007, the too big to fail banks have
gotten 37 percent larger, and the colossal derivatives bubble
has spiraled so far out of control that the only thing left to
do is to watch the spectacular crash landing that is inevitably
Weathering the Economic Collapse: Can You Reduce Any of These 10
The Organic Prepper - You don’t have to be a passive victim of
the economy. It’s time to sit down and take a long hard look at
where your money is going.
Wal-Mart spreads across America like epidemic disease: Watch the
(NaturalNews) Cheaper goods may sound alright at first, but when
you consider that the Wal-Marts of the world have a tendency to
drive mom-and-pop stores out of business, it becomes a little
more "real," so to speak. And that can be upsetting to some
folks, especially those trying to make a living -- in this
economy -- in Rural America.
Is Washington Using the Ukraine Crisis to Push Natural Gas
Exports to Asia?
AllGov - Thanks to the development of hydraulic fracturing (aka
fracking), the U.S. these days is producing more natural gas
than ever before—and has eclipsed Russia as the top producer
globally. This abundance has American companies wanting to sell
their surpluses overseas.
6.9 Northern California earthquake followed by aftershocks
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake off the coast of Northern California
on Sunday night was the largest on the West Coast since the 7.2
Baja California quake in 2010. Sunday's temblor was followed by
a series of at least 13 aftershocks as large as a magnitude 4.6,
according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Americans 'allergic to electromagnetic signals' settle in Green
Bank, West Virginia
Daily Mail - A small remote town where Wi-Fi is banned has
become an unlikely haven for people claiming modern technology
has been making them ill. The so-called 'Wi-Fi refugees' are
flocking to the tiny settlement to escape painful symptoms
including burning skin, chest pains and acute headaches.
Florida Makes Off-Grid Living Illegal – Mandates All Homes Must
Be Connected To An Electricity Grid
Collective Evolution - Officials cited the International
Property Maintenance Code, which mandates that homes be
connected to an electricity grid and a running water source.
That’s just like saying our dependency on corporations isn’t
even a choice.
Duke Energy CEO: Customers will foot bill to clean up toxic coal
RT - Duke Energy faces a $1 billion price tag to clean its coal
ash waste pits in North Carolina after the company leaked around
35 million gallons of toxic coal slurry into the Dan River last
month. Who will pay the bill? Customers, says Duke's CEO.
Get Smart: The 10 Best Classes For Self-Sufficiency Training
Off the Grid News - Self-sufficiency involves a lot more than
buying all the cool-looking gear advertised online and in
magazines. Embarking on a self-reliant or off-the-grid lifestyle
also involves education and training.
Rand Paul Explains Obamacare
Daily Bail - In a little-noticed speech to the Iowa
Republican Party this month, Kentucky Senator Rand
Paul mocked President Obama's health care overhaul,
noting the 122,000 new medical diagnostic codes
doctors will have to use in order to inform the
government about injuries sustained by Americans.
Natural Herbal HPV "Cure" Discovered
Green Med Info - A groundbreaking study published in
the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention,
titled, "Clearance of Cervical Human Papillomavirus
Infection by Topical Application of Curcumin and
Curcumin Containing Polyherbal Cream: A Phase II
Randomized Controlled Study," reveals that
vaccination and watchful waiting are not the only
recourse against HPV infection.
Beta-Glucans Boost Natural Killer Cells to Fight
Cancer, Boost Immunity
Natural Society - Often used as medicine, beta-glucans
are naturally occurring, biologically active
polysaccharides that are found in the cell walls of
mushrooms, algae, lichens, plants, and some
bacteria. This matters because beta-glucans are also
immunostimulating and boost the effectiveness of
your body’s own cancer-eradicating natural killer
cells, or NK cells.
The Biggest Blood Pressure Mistake Your Doctor is
Natural Blaze - New research is showing that your
doctor is making a huge mistake when it comes to
checking your blood pressure, if he doesn’t check
blood pressure in both arms. That’s the most
accurate way to determine your risk for hypertension,
heart disease, stroke, and other conditions related
to high blood pressure.
9 Million Lbs. of “Diseased and Unsound” Meat May
Have Reached 35 States, Says USDA
Activist Post - On February 8th, FSIS updated its
official statement “to reflect that beef products
associated with recall 13 were shipped to
distribution centers and retail establishments in
California, Florida, Illinois, Oregon, Texas and
Washington.” Now the USDA is saying this diseased
and unsound meat may have reached as far as 35
states and Guam.
Chemotherapy-free cancer treatment uses body's own
immune system to attack diseased cells
(NaturalNews) Scientists at Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Center in New York say they have successfully
experimented with the new procedure, using 16 people
who had advanced leukemia and had otherwise run out
of treatment options. The researchers said the
patients underwent targeted T cell therapy, which
then eliminated the cancerous cells in most of the
patients, CBS News reported.
Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Cases Grow by 12000%
in Just 7 Years
Natural Society - Thanks to the widespread overuse
of antibiotics in both humans and animal feed, our
gut flora has successfully been depleted and ruined.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
has even admitted that the age of antibiotics should
be coming to an end as super bacteria take over.
7 Types of Fish You Should Never Consider Eating
preventdisease.com - With increasing pollution and
radiation levels off the charts in our oceans, wild
fish are becoming as hazardous to our health as
factory farmed meat.
Yellow dyes said to contain toxic chemicals
(NaturalNews) The chemical, a polychlorinated
biphenyl called PCB-11, was found in just about
every sample of paper products sold in 26 countries,
as well as clothing sold in the United States. And
researchers say their findings could shed light on
how the chemical, which is tied to yellow dyes,
paints and inks, has found its way back into the
air, waterways and some people's bloodstreams,
Environmental Health News (EHN) reports.
Difference between Methylcobalamin and
Natural News Blogs - Studies show that
methylcobalamin is better absorbed by the body than
cyanocobalamin, and is stored in our systems for
longer periods of time. This means that people
taking methylcobalamin get a more steady supply of
the vitamin. Partially because of its fast
absorption, this form is also better at addressing
B12 deficiency in vegans, vegetarians and the
2014 - Today In History:
1785 - Thomas Jefferson was appointed minister to
France. He succeeded Benjamin Franklin.
1804 - The formal ceremonies transferring the
Louisiana Purchase from France to the U.S. took
place in St. Louis.
1814 - In France, Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated by
a combined Allied Army at the battle of Laon.
1848 - The U.S. Senate ratified the Treaty of
Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the war with Mexico.
1864 - Ulysses S. Grant became commander of the
Union armies in the U.S. Civil War.
1876 - Alexander Graham Bell made the first
successful call with the telephone. He spoke the
words "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you."
1880 - The Salvation Army arrived in the U.S. from
1924 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a New York
state law forbidding late-night work for women.
1927 - Prussia lifted its Nazi ban allowing Adolf
Hitler to speak in public.
1933 - Nevada became the first U.S. state to
1945 - American B-29 bombers attacked Tokyo, Japan,
100,000 were killed.
1947 - The Big Four met in Moscow to discuss the
future of Germany.
1953 - North Korean gunners at Wonsan fired upon the
USS Missouri. The ship responded by firing 998
rounds at the enemy position.
1966 - The North Vietnamese captured a Green Beret
camp at Ashau Valley.
1966 - France withdrew from NATO's military command
to protest U.S. dominance of the alliance and asked
NATO to move its headquarters from Paris.
1969 - James Earl Ray pled guilty in Memphis, TN, to
the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Ray
later repudiated the guilty plea and maintained his
innocence until his death in April of 1998.
1971 - The U.S. Senate approved an amendment to
lower the voting age to 18.
1975 - The North Vietnamese Army attacked the South
Vietnamese town of Ban Me Thout.
1980 - Iran's leader, Ayatollah Khomeini, lent his
support to the militants holding American hostages
1982 - The U.S. banned Libyan oil imports due to
their continued support of terrorism.
1991 - "Phase Echo" began. It was the operation to
withdraw 540,000 U.S. troops from the Persian Gulf
1994 - White House officials began testifying before
a federal grand jury about the Whitewater
1998 - U.S. troops in the Persian Gulf began
receiving the first vaccinations against anthrax.
2002 - The Associated Press reported that the
Pentagon informed the U.S. Congress in January that
it was making contingency plans for the possible use
of nuclear weapons against countries that threaten
the U.S. with weapons of mass destruction, including
Iraq and North Korea.
2003 - North Korea test-fired a short-range missile.
The event was one of several in a patter of unusual
2008 - New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer apologized after
allegations surfaced that he had paid thousands of
dollars for a high-end call girl, a scandal which
eventually led to his resignation.
Ukraine’s Military Mobilizes, Prepares For Combat: Trucks, APCs, SAMs,
Howitzers, Tanks Rolling Out
Zero Hedge - Did somebody say de-escalation? Earlier today [March 9,
2014], photos were distributed showing the latest military convoy
reinforcements heading into the Crimea, accompanies by a Police car
demonstrating Moscow license plate numbers, most likely providing
further support to the pro-Russian forces in the peninsula.
Ukraine signs $10 billion shale gas deal with Chevron
Reuters - Ukraine signed a $10 billion shale gas production-sharing
agreement with U.S. Chevron (CVX.N) on Tuesday, another step in a drive
for more energy independence from Russia.
Russia Prepares Law to Prosecute Journalists as Terrorists
Kurt Nimmo - The Russian newspaper Izvestia reports the Russian Duma is
drafting amendments to the criminal code that will allow the Putin
government to prosecute journalists as terrorists.
Everyone Agrees that Ukraine Sniper Attacks Were a False Flag
Washington’s Blog - We pointed out Wednesday that the Estonian foreign
minister claims that the new Ukrainian coalition deployed snipers to
discredit the former government of Ukraine. We documented Thursday that
snipers are a common form of false flag terrorism. Interestingly, while
the new Ukranian coalition denies that it deployed snipers, it is now
accusing someone else – Russia – of deploying the snipers as a false
flag event to create chaos.
Venezuela divisions deepen as protest over food shortages is halted
The Guardian - National Guardsmen prevent ‘empty pots’ march from
reaching food ministry as Maduro government denounces US.
Snowden says he tried to discuss NSA surveillance internally
Press TV - Former US security contractor Edward Snowden says he was
brushed off when he tried to discuss his concerns about surveillance
Malaysia launches terror probe over missing plane, debris may be spotted
RT - Malaysia has launched a terror probe into the disappearance of the
Malaysia Airlines passenger plane which vanished from radars en route
from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing while carrying 239 people on Saturday.
Debris from the jet has reportedly been spotted.
‘Igla’ MANPAD systems stolen from Ukraine’s military depots during
Blacklisted News - Several, maybe even a few dozen ‘Igla’ man-portable
air-defense systems (MANPADS) were stolen from Ukraine’s military depots
during the incidents in this country, a senior Ukrainian military man
told RIA Novosti.
McCain: ‘It’s Tragic’ There’s No U.S. Military Option In Ukraine
Lew Rockwell Blog - A nuclear armed Russia facing off with a nuclear
armed US would lead most normal people to search for alternatives to
possible total annihilation. Not McCain. He wants a military option.
force against North Korean-flagged tanker in rebel-held port
StratRisks - Libya’s Defence Ministry has authorized the military to use
force to stop a North Korean-flagged tanker from loading crude oil at a
rebel-held port, bypassing the Tripoli government, it said on Sunday.
'Lebanon has right to defend itself'
PressTV - The foreign ministers of Arab countries shave voiced their
support for Lebanon’s right to resist aggression by the Israeli regime
and to liberate its occupied territories.
China Is Crashing ... As Predicted
Washington's Blog - Global credit excess is worse than before the 2008
crash. The U.S. and Japan have been easing like crazy, but – as Zero
Hedge notes – China has been much worse...
approves larger U.S. force at base
StratRisks - The Spanish government approved Friday an expansion of the
size and duration of the U.S. military presence at the Moron base in
southern Spain. The Pentagon is authorized to increase the U.S. Marine
contingent at Moron from the current level of around 850 troops to as
many as 1,100, Spanish Defense Minister Pedro Morenes told reporters
after Friday’s Cabinet meeting.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Evidence casts doubt on ex-CIA leaders’ claims on Benghazi
Fox News - If former CIA Director David Petraeus and his
ex-deputy Michael Morell are recalled to testify on Benghazi,
they can expect hard questions about the mortar attack on the
CIA annex which killed two former Navy SEALs.
CIA: We Only Spied On Senate Intelligence Committee Because They
Took Classified Documents That Prove We're Liars
Techdirt - The DOJ is apparently already investigating if the
CIA violated computer hacking laws in spying on the Senate
Intelligence Committee computers. . . .it appears that the CIA
is attempting, weakly, to spin this as being the Senate
staffers' fault, arguing that the real breach was the fact that
the Senate staffers somehow broke the rules in obtaining that
Court rejects NSA request to keep data
The Hill - The secretive federal surveillance court has denied
the National Security Agency’s (NSA) attempt to hold onto
people’s phone records for longer than the law allows.
Conn. Police Officers Refuse to Confiscate: Will Not "Be Party
to the Oppression of the People"
The Daily Sheeple - There will no doubt be those men and women
in uniform who will bow to their masters and kick in the doors
of innocent people despite the illegality of such actions. But,
as reported by the Examiner, there are also those who have drawn
CT Cop to Gun Owning Patriot John Cinque: "I Cannot Wait to Get
the Order to Kick Your Door In"
Freedom Outpost - [...] in a recent video between Mr. Cinque and
Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Joe Visconti, Cinque reveals
that a Branford, Connecticut police officer told him, "I Cannot
Wait to Get the Order to Kick Your Door In."
SXSW Anti-Gun Event Fails
Kit Daniels - Very few attended a panel discussion on gun
control in Austin, Texas yesterday even though the event was
heavily promoted by media, proving once again the popularity of
the Second Amendment and basic human freedoms as a whole.
Deadly warning for Detroit thugs: Police chief cheers on armed
bizpacreview.com - “The message should be that people are going
to protect themselves,” Police Chief James Craig told WDIV-TV
reporter Rob Meloni in an interview broadcast Friday. “They’re
tired … they’re afraid, and they have a right to protect
British al-Qaida turncoat to testify in trial of Bin Laden's
The Guardian - A British man who plotted to shoe-bomb a plane
for al-Qaida will on Monday begin a series of appearances as a
star witness for the US government, testifying from London
against Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law and propagandist.
Two Americans Convicted of Economic Espionage for China
AllGov - A federal jury has found two U.S. citizens guilty of
helping China obtain corporate trade secrets in exchange for
millions of dollars. Walter Liew and Robert Maegerle were
convicted on charges related to economic espionage, theft of
trade secrets, bankruptcy fraud, tax evasion and obstruction of
Florida City Installs Red-Light Camera in Front of Hospital
AllGov - With revenue drying up, municipalities have had to
invent new ways to bring in funds to their coffers. A Florida
city might win the prize for creativity, installing a red-light
camera at an intersection next to a hospital, targeting those
who are on their way to the emergency room.
Rand Paul wins 2014 CPAC straw poll, Ted Cruz finishes a distant
Washington Times - Sen. Rand Paul demolished his competition in
the 2014 Washington Times/CPAC presidential preference straw
poll on Saturday, winning 31 percent of the vote — nearly three
times the total of second-place Sen. Ted Cruz.
* Related Video:
2014 CPAC Straw Poll Results
YouTube: Rand Paul full speech at CPAC 2014
Published on Mar 7, 2014
VIDEO: Journalist, Dan Dicks Gets Kicked Out of CPAC 2014
Press For Truth - While covering CPAC in Washington DC Dan Dicks
of Press For Truth was in line to speak with Newt Gingrich when
security and police officers out of nowhere removed him from the
line and escorted him off the property with the instructions
that if he returns he’ll be arrested. Free speech is under
attack and we must support the alternative independent media if
we truly want to break free from the oppressions of the state.
This World Bank Insider Will Blow You Away: “There Is A Huge
Mac Slavo - Former Senior Counselor at the World Bank Karen
Hudes has spent the last several years of her life working
closely with whistle blowers from around the world to shed light
on what she calls a “global conspiracy.”
Bitcoin refuses to flip: Virtual currency stays strong despite
bankruptcies, gyrating rates
Washington Post - Future generations of Bitcoin billionaires may
someday look back on 2014 with knowing smiles. Here was a year
when thefts spread, exchanges collapsed, rates gyrated like a
teenager’s moods. And yet the buying of bitcoins showed no signs
Pentagon: Climate Change Enables Terrorism
RT - The US Defense Department stressed threats to global
stability and American hegemony posed by climate change in its
latest Quadrennial Defense Review, declaring that an erratic
climate will likely cause increased “terrorist activity,” among
Hundreds gather for anti-fracking march in Manchester
RT - A recent survey carried out by the Manchester Evening News
found that 73 percent of Greater Manchester residents are
opposed to the controversial gas extraction technique – so on
Sunday at noon, up to 1,000 demonstrators gathered in downtown
to march from Piccadilly Gardens to Cathedral Gardens.
U.S. Geological Survey confirms: Human activity caused 5.7 quake
Raw Story - The United States Geological Survey (USGS) issued a
press release yesterday indicating that the magnitude 5.7
earthquake that struck Prague, Oklahoma in 2011 was
Pennsylvania residents complain of sewage sludge spread near
(NaturalNews) The treated sewage sludge, formally known as "biosolids,"
is intended to enrich the soil and help vegetation regrow on the
site of a former strip mine that has been turned into a state
game reserve. A New York waste management company has received a
permit to dispose of biosolids on 50 acres of Pennsylvania state
land without paying any disposal fee.
CUPID drone to ‘shock the world’ with 80,000 volt stun gun
RT - A Texas film has revealed an app controlled security drone
that can zap intruders with an 80,000 volt taser dart. But Human
operators still have to sanction any attack – for now. Web firm,
Chaotic Moon studios, has created a drone that uses a taser
instead of missiles, in what could be a policeman’s new best
friend in the battle against crime.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
U.S. Farmers Report Widespread GMO Contamination of Organic
Natural Society - The claim by the biotech industry that GMO
crops can be contained and kept away from organic farmers who
have chosen not to use genetically modified ‘suicide’ seeds is
being proven grossly fallacious. A third of organic growers are
now reporting problems with cross contamination, according to a
new survey. More than 80% of farmers who participated in the
survey are ‘concerned’ about the impact of genetic seeds, and
60% are ‘very concerned.’
Baker's Green Acres and Heritage Hogs - PLAN B
Activist Post - This compelling video recaps what happened,
provides an update and encouragement for what we can do help
farmers facing the same situation. Mark isn't just fighting for
42% of Drug Reactions Are Vaccine Related,
Groundbreaking Chinese Study Finds
Green Med Info - A groundbreaking new drug safety
study published in the open access journal PLoS has
revealed that 42.5% of all reported adverse drug
reactions occurring in 2009 in a Chinese pediatric
population were caused by vaccines.
New Study Shows Shocking Under-Reporting of
Alzheimer's Disease In Medical Records - Mortality
Rates May Be Close To Heart Disease and Cancer
preventdisease.com - A new study suggests that
Alzheimer’s disease may contribute to close to as
many deaths in the United States as heart disease or
cancer. The research is published in the in
Study of 1.8 Million: Breast Screening Increases
'Lethal' Breast Cancer Incidence
Green Med Info - A powerful new study on the failure
of mammograms to protect women against breast
cancer, curiously absent from mainstream news health
reporting, was published this month in The European
Journal of Public Health.
Raw Cacao Superfood Smoothie
preventdisease.com - The cacao powder gives this
smoothie a rich chocolate flavor while adding a
powerful punch of free radical fighting
antioxidants, energizing iron, and heart-healthy
magnesium. The chia seeds are an incredible source
of vitamin C, calcium, and omega-3. Along with the
hemp seeds and maca, this is likely one of the most
nutrient packed smoothies. Give this fabulous
smoothie a try today!
Morning Jump Start Juice
Natural Blaze - There's nothing like a green start
to your day with a zing of citrus and ginger. I bet
once you try this juice in the morning, you will
reconsider your daily cup of java.
CDC forced to release documents showing they knew
vaccine preservative causes autism
laleva.org - A vaccine industry watchdog has now
obtained CDC documents that show statistically
significant risks of autism associated with the
vaccine preservative, something the CDC denies even
when confronted with their own data.
Should You Go Vegetarian to Control Your Blood
Dr. Mercola - A recent meta-analysis found that
removing meat from the diet led to blood pressure
reductions similar to losing five kilos of body
weight. Compared to blood pressure drugs, a
vegetarian diet was found to be about 50 percent as
effective for lowering blood pressure. Cutting out
meat from your diet is NOT the only way to normalize
your blood pressure. In fact, insulin resistance is
a primary promoter of high blood pressure, which is
the result of a diet too high in sugar, not protein.
Restaurant Chain Warns About Grocery Store Bacteria
Dr. Mercola - An inside look at what awaits you at
your local grocery store. A whopping 81% of this
popular food was found to harbor
antibiotic-resistant bacteria, while 69% of another
popular entree contained the same potentially deadly
bacteria in a test.
Go on a fast to improve brain health and live longer
(NaturalNews) The study, lead by Johns Hopkins
University's School of Medicine professor Mark
Mattson, suggests that calorie reduction via
intermittent bouts of fasting one or two days every
week can help brains. A variety of high-fiber
vegetables, unsweetened teas and plenty of water are
example of foods a person could have during a fast.
He explains that cutting 500 calories every fasting
day or two plays a role in improving long-term
Cancer, heart disease, diabetes and aging don't
stand a chance against the protective benefits of
(NaturalNews) Popular in Ayurvedic medicine, Indian
gooseberry is a force to be reckoned with. Otherwise
known as amla, this superfruit protects against an
impressive list of ailments, many of which are
Substance used to seal asphalt puts children at
greater risk of cancer
(NaturalNews) The substance is often called pitch or
tar and is made from coal tar. It's similar to the
creosote used to water-seal telephone poles and
railroad ties. And it functions as a sealant for
aging asphalt roads, parking lots and driveways
showing cracks and openings. There is a problem
though: the sticky stuff is full of PAHs (polycyclic
aromatic hydrocarbons), which are highly toxic and
Many citrus-flavored food products get their taste
from artificial chemicals derived from turpentine
(NaturalNews) Turpentine, an important industrial
chemical extracted from the resin of pine trees, is
so toxic if inhaled that it will not only irritate
the skin and eyes but also damage the respiratory
and central nervous systems.
2014 - Today In History:
1774 - The British closed the port of Boston to all
1849 - The Austrian Reichstag was dissolved.
1850 - U.S. Senator Daniel Webster endorsed the
Compromise of 1850 as a method of preserving the
1876 - Alexander Graham Bell received a patent (U.S.
Patent No. 174,465) for his telephone.
1901 - It was announced that blacks had been found
enslaved in parts of South Carolina.
1904 - The Japanese bombed the Russian town of
1911 - In the wake of the Mexican Revolution, the
U.S. sent 20,000 troops to the border of Mexico.
1918 - Finland signed an alliance treaty with
1927 - A Texas law that banned Negroes from voting
was ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme
1936 - Hitler sent German troops into the Rhineland
in violation of the Locarno Pact and the Treaty of
1942 - Japanese troops landed on New Guinea.
1945 - During World War II, U.S. forces crossed the
Rhine River at Remagen, Germany.
1971 - A thousand U.S. planes bombed Cambodia and
1975 - The U.S. Senate revised the filibuster rule.
The new rule allowed 60 senators to limit debate
instead of the previous two-thirds.
1985 - The first AIDS antibody test, an ELISA-type
test, was released.
2002 - A federal judge awarded Anna Nicole Smith
more than $88 million in damages. The ruling was the
latest in a legal battle over the estate of Smith's
late husband, J. Howard Marshall II.
2003 - Scientists at the Stanford Linear Accelerator
Center announced that they had transferred 6.7
gigabytes of uncompressed data from Sunnvale, CA, to
Amsterdam, Netherlands, in 58 seconds. The data was
sent via fiber-optic cables and traveled 6,800
2010 - Iraq held an election in which neither the
Sunni-backed coalition nor the Shiite political bloc
won a majority, spawning an eight-month deadlock and
stalling formation of a new government.
2011 - Reversing course, President Barack Obama
approved the resumption of military trials at the
U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, ending a
Obama Bans Critics of Ukraine Coup From Entering U.S.
Paul Joseph Watson - Under the sweeping language of President Barack
Obama’s executive order issued today, critics of the US-backed coup in
Ukraine could find themselves being banned from entering the United
Obama And Putin Are Trapped In A Macho Game Of “Chicken” And The Whole
World Could Pay The Price
Economic Collapse - The U.S. government and the Russian government have
both been forced into positions where neither one of them can afford to
back down. If Barack Obama backs down, he will be greatly criticized for
being "weak" and for having been beaten by Vladimir Putin once again. If
Putin backs down, he will be greatly criticized for being "weak" and for
abandoning the Russians that live in Crimea.
Syrian ambassador to UN restricted to 25-mile radius of New York City
RT - The US State department has banned the movement of Syria’s UN
delegation, headed by Bashar al-Jaafari, to within a 25-mile (40 km)
radius of New York City.
Russia hits back at US ‘barefaced cynicism and double standards’ over
RT - The Russian Foreign Ministry has accused the US State Department of
double standards and low-level propaganda after it published a list of
President Vladimir Putin’s “false claims” about the events in Ukraine.
VIDEO: UN Security Council meets again on Ukraine crisis
Press TV - The United Nations Security Council holds a new round of
closed-door talks on the situation in Ukraine, the fourth such meeting
in less than a week.
'Visa bans, asset freezes are next': Europe announces three step
sanctions against Russia
RT - EU leaders have threatened Russia with sanctions, which could
include visa bans, asset freezes and various economic restrictions
unless it engages in direct talks with the coup-appointed Ukrainian
Putin to Obama: Russian-American relations shouldn’t be sacrificed for
differences over intl problems
RT - The presidents of Russia and the US have once again explained to
each other by phone their diverging views on the situation in Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin said he did not want relations to be sacrificed to their
differences on just one issue.
Russia hits back at US ‘barefaced cynicism and double standards’ over
RT - The Russian Foreign Ministry has accused the US State Department of
double standards and low-level propaganda after it published a list of
President Vladimir Putin’s “false claims” about the events in Ukraine.
BBC Now Admits: Armed Nazis Led “Revolution” in Kiev, Ukraine
Tony Cartlucci - As the dust settles and the West’s proxy regime finds
itself safely entrenched in Kiev, Ukraine – the Western media can now
finally recuperate some of its lost legitimacy after months of denying
the obvious – that armed Neo-Nazis led the so-called “Euromaidan”
A Run On Ammunition Has Begun: “Russia Has Reportedly Halted All Exports
To The US Of Russian Made Ammunition”
Mac Slavo - The largest wholesale gun & ammo distributors in the US have
informed us in private conversation today that a massive scramble is on
for all 7.62 as Russia has reportedly halted all exports to the US of
Russian made ammunition.
The Looting Of Ukraine Has Begun
Paul Craig Roberts - According to a report in Kommersant-Ukraine, the
finance ministry of Washington’s stooges in Kiev who are pretending to
be a government has prepared an economic austerity plan that will cut
Ukrainian pensions from $160 to $80 so that Western bankers who lent
money to Ukraine can be repaid at the expense of Ukraine’s poor.
VIDEO: Venezuela gov’t expels Panama envoy, diplomats
Press TV - The Venezuelan government has ordered Panama’s ambassador and
three other diplomats to leave the country, Panama's Deputy Foreign
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama Administration Told to Stop Expanding 'Corporate Rghts' in
RINF - One of the most controversial provisions in free trade
agreements is the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS)
mechanism, which gives corporations the right to sue governments
over public measures that undermine their expected profits. It’s
a pretty outrageous assault on democratic structures.
Obama Promises Illegals: Obamacare Sign Up Info Won’t Be Used
Weekly Standard - In a joint town hall with Telemundo and
Univision, President Obama made a pledge that his administration
will not use Obamacare sign up data to deport illegal aliens.
House Judiciary Committee passes 3 separate 'Obama overreach'
The Examiner - The stated goal of all three bills is to return
to the balance and the separation of powers as envisioned by the
framers of the U.S. Constitution, according to the sponsors of
the three pieces of legislation.
Obamacare: Bill to Make the Fine $0 for Violating the Individual
Mandate Passes by 90 Votes
Weekly Standard -The House of Representatives passed legislation
Wednesday afternoon to make the fine/“tax” for violating
Obamacare’s individual mandate $0 for this year, and it did so
by the wide margin of 90 votes (250 to 160).
Oklahoma legislators vote to nullify Agenda 21
Ben Swann Mar. 4, 2014 – A bill that would nullify Agenda 21 in
Oklahoma passed through the state house today. “This bill
protects your private property from being acquired by eminent
domain from without a public vote or public hearing,” said bill
sponsor, Rep. Lewis Moore.
New Jersey law would turn your .22 into an ‘assault weapon’ and
you into a felon
personalliberty.com - As New Jersey lawmakers continue on a
quest for ever-stricter gun laws, the State Assembly is readying
discussion over a bill to reduce maximum magazine capacity from
15 to 10 rounds. Because the bill covers both fixed and
detachable magazines, it could prohibit at least 43 common
rifles, including popular .22 caliber models.
N.Y. to Widow: Sorry About Your Husband’s Death, Now Hand Over
Kit Daniels - A pension director with the New York Metropolitan
Transportation Authority sent a letter to a 79-year-old widow of
a train engineer telling her that she’s sorry for the death of
her husband but she needs to repay almost $27,000 in excess
benefits due to a clerical error made by the agency in 1995.
Georgia Residents Threatened With $1,000 Fine For Renting Out
Rooms To Tourists
Ben Swann - Savannah resident Mark DeWitt was threatened with a
$1,000 fine after he listed his home on a vacation rental
website. City officials told the man he was subject to the fine
because his property is not zoned for inns or B&Bs. DeWitt,
however, thinks he should not be subject to the same guidelines
as traditional hotels and B&Bs since he does not serve breakfast
or advertise his “business” with signage.
Ron Paul: Crimea Has Right to Join Russia, Obama's Sanctions
U.S. News & World Report - Former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas,
believes Crimeans have a right to transfer sovereignty over
their peninsula to Russia and says sanctions imposed Thursday by
President Barack Obama against Ukrainian and Russian officials
Oakland Forced to Dial Back Full-Spectrum Surveillance
Activist Post - Oakland's proposal for a Domain Awareness Center
was to be of the type that has been imposed upon New York City.
New York's Ring of Steel is the best example of a full-spectrum
camera system supplying real-time data to law enforcement, and a
physical militarized presence that has turned the city into an
YouTube: Township Board Meeting Violates Man's Property Rights,
Arrests Him for Complaining
A property owner in Bridgeport, Michigan was addressing his
grievances at the monthly township board meeting when he went
over the 3 minutes allowed for public comment. The police went
to remove him from the meeting and when he didn't comply in a
fast enough manner for them...
15 Vermont Towns Vote to Start a Public Bank that Works for
Them, Not Wall Street
thecontributor.com - By a more than three-to-one margin on
Tuesday, communities voting on whether to support the creation
of a public bank in Vermont approved the idea, calling for the
state legislature to establish such a bank and urging passage of
legislation designed to begin its implementation.
VIDEO: U.S. Senator Wants To Ban Bitcoin? Hypocrisy?
Ben Swann - Senator Joe Manchin announced last week that he
wants to ban Bitcoin because it is “dangerous for our economy”.
Apparently Sen Manchin, who sits on the Senate Banking Committee
is unaware that every fear he has about Bitcoin already exists
through Wall Street and the U.S. Dollar.
Alleged Bitcoin creator taken on wild car chase by media
RT - A reporter for Newsweek says she’s unmasked the mysterious
Japanese-American man responsible for inventing Bitcoin, the
world’s most widely used digital cryptocurrency.
Coal Firm to Pay Record Fine for Water Pollution
ABC News - One of the nation's largest coal producers will pay a
$27.5 million fine and spend $200 million to reduce illegal
toxic discharges into hundreds of waterways across five
Appalachian states, according to a proposed settlement
6 States Where Fracking Earthquakes are a New Feature of Reality
Activist Post - The movement against hydraulic gas fracturing,
or ‘fracking,’ is becoming mainstream as this toxic and rapidly
expanding technique by the oil and gas industry affects more and
more everyday people.
Major Insurance Firm Warns of Losses Due to Health Effects of
Activist Post - Specialists from the Emerging Risks team at
leading global reinsurance firm, Swiss Re, are warning the
insurance industry that “unforeseen consequences of
electromagnetic fields” could lead to a raft of claims and
significant product liability losses in the next 10 years.
Obama Doubles Down on BRAIN Project and Military Mind Control
Activist Post - According to the latest from LiveScience: Under
the proposed budget, released Tuesday (March 4), the National
Institutes of Health (NIH) will contribute an estimated $100
million to the effort; the Defense Advanced Research Projects
Agency (DARPA) will invest $80 million; and the National Science
Foundation (NSF) will provide another $20 million.
Frightening Email Spy Tool Newest Threat To Privacy
Off the Grid News - Perhaps you should be leery of some Gmail
email users. A new free plugin lets Gmail users know when an
email they sent is open – without the recipient even knowing.
Called Streak, the plugin can even enable users to track
recipients to their physical locations, Daily Mail writer
Victoria Woollaston discovered.
How Root Canals Can Severely Affect Your Health and
Natural Blaze - In the United States alone, over 25
million root canals are performed annually and as a
result are seen as a common practice and safe
technique to overcome certain dental issues.
However, suppressed research dating as far back as
the 1920s shows that root canals may not be as safe
as we are led to believe, and that they can in fact
be detrimental to our health.
How A Person’s Aura Becomes Depleted with
Natural Blaze - Many have dismissed Auras,
especially those professed to be experts in natural
sciences. However, with the assistance of highly
sensitive cameras scientists have been able to
photograph this field some experts believe could
become a tool for use in the diagnosis and treatment
of many diseases.
Boulder Brands CEO Says 43% of Customers Want
Natural Society - Thanks to the anti-GMO movement,
makers of Smart Balance will remove GMOs from their
butters and spreads. The change will happen as early
as this March.
VIDEO: CDC Report: Stop Breastfeeding and Vaccinate
Activist Post - The federal government continues to
promote massive vaccination programs. A new study by
the CDC tells mothers to have their children
vaccinated, and to avoid nursing babies. The agency
now claims mother's milk may affect certain
Vitamin C supplementation and proper nutrition
decrease absorption of toxic cadmium
(NaturalNews) Cadmium poisoning is a very serious
health issue that often goes undiagnosed; its
somewhat generic symptoms include things like
chronic anxiety, stomach pains, kidney damage and
Free of severe acne, woman says hemp seed oil is her
(NaturalNews) Fran Kerr, author of Clear Skin for
Life and How to Heal from Acne Naturally, has been a
fan of jojoba oil for years. "I still do love it.
I'm a massive fan of it, but I have a new favorite
now," she admits. "It's organic hemp seed oil. I am
in love with hemp seed oil as a cleanser and
Beware: The Lies They're Telling to Keep You Buying
Dr. Becker - Here’s the reality: by necessity, no
processed pet food is “natural.” Processed food is
designed to be storable for long periods and
convenient to use. It isn’t designed to be whole,
fresh and natural – and no amount of marketing spin
or clever labeling should convince you otherwise.
2014 - Today In History:
1808 - At Harvard University, the first college
orchestra was founded.
1820 - The Missouri Compromise was enacted by the
U.S. Congress and signed by U.S. President James
Monroe. The act admitted Missouri into the Union as
a slave state, but prohibited slavery in the rest of
the northern Louisiana Purchase territory.
1836 - The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, fell to
Mexican forces after a 13-day siege.
1857 - The U.S. Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision
ruled that blacks could not sue in federal court to
1886 - "The Nightingale" was first published. It was
the first magazine for nurses.
1899 - Aspirin was patented by German researchers
Felix Hoffman and Hermann Dreser.
1944 - During World War II, U.S. heavy bombers began
the first American raid on Berlin. Allied planes
dropped 2000 tons of bombs.
1946 - Ho Chi Minh, the President of Vietnam, struck
an agreement with France that recognized his country
as an autonomous state within the Indochinese
Federation and the French Union.
1947 - Winston Churchill announced that he opposed
British troop withdrawals from India.
1947 - The first air-conditioned naval ship, "The
Newport News," was launched from Newport News, VA.
1960 - The United States announced that it would
send 3,500 troops to Vietnam.
1967 - U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson announced
his plan to establish a draft lottery.
1973 - U.S. President Richard Nixon imposed price
controls on oil and gas.
1980 - Islamic militants in Tehran said that they
would turn over American hostages to the
1981 - U.S. President Reagan announced a plan to cut
37,000 federal jobs.
2007 - Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of
staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, was convicted of
lying and obstructing an investigation into the 2003
leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity.
Russia Sinks Ship to Block Ukrainian Navy Ships
Navy Today - The Russian Navy Ochakov Kara-class cruiser was sunk last
night to block the Ukrainian Navy ships deployed in Novoozerne, the
Ukrainian Ministry of Defence said in a press release today. The
information was confirmed by the Ukrainian military of the South Naval
Base who were observing the operation. The RF ships blocking the
Ukrainian ships in Donuzlav lake in the Crimea left the zone at 23.30
p.m. (March 5).
Ratcheting Up the New Cold War: US Sends F-15s to Poland
Kurt Nimmo - Following the dust up in Ukraine the United States has
announced it will send warplanes to Poland and expand NATO’s air patrols
over Baltic countries.
Kiev snipers hired by Maidan leaders - leaked EU's Ashton phone tape
RT - The snipers who shot at protesters and police in Kiev were
allegedly hired by Maidan leaders, according to a leaked phone
conversation between the EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton and
Estonian foreign affairs minister, which has emerged online.
Questions on Ukraine the West chooses not to answer
RT - Ukrainian and Western refusal to answer Moscow’s hard questions
explains Russia’s tough stance on the crisis in Kiev.
Turkey grants US warship permission to enter Black Sea
RT - Turkey has given a US Navy Warship the green light to pass through
the Bosphorus within the next two days as tensions in Ukraine’s Crimea
region continue to divide world powers.
Venezuela breaks diplomatic relations with Panama, citing conspiracy
RT - The government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced
that it was breaking diplomatic and commercial ties with Panama on
Wednesday, citing the Central American country's complicity in a
Gun Control Didn’t Save These People: 33 Killed in Chinese Train Station
The Daily Sheeple - Just days ago, 10 people armed with knives at a
southwestern China train station killed 33 people and wounded another
130 according to The Wall Street Journal. All private ownership of guns
is heavily regulated by law in the People’s Republic of China. Other
than a few extremely limited exceptions, no one is allowed to privately
own a firearm.
Canadian Mounties Override Civilian Rule to Arbitrarily Ban, Confiscate
Adan Salazar - The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are acting on their own
authority to arbitrarily re-classify, ban and ultimately confiscate
certain rifles, contemptible actions for which Canadian citizens
seemingly have no recourse.
Government, Police Fund Radar Crowd Scanner To Detect 3D Printed Weapons
Steve Watson - The British government and the Metropolitan Police have
supplied funding for a crowd scanning device that searches for 3D
Crimean parliament votes to join Russia, hold referendum in 10 days on
RT - A referendum on the status of Crimea will be held March 16, the
region’s deputy prime minister announced. Crimeans will be asked to
decide if the autonomous republic stays part of Ukraine or joins Russia.
EU freezes assets of Yanukovich and 17 other Ukranians
RT - The European Union has frozen the assets of 18 Ukrainians held
responsible for embezzling the country’s funds, and illegally sending
them abroad. Ousted President Viktor Yanukovich tops the list.
Syria files official complaint with UN
Press TV - The Syrian government has filed a complaint with the UN over
a recent Israeli attack in the occupied Golan Heights, saying the move
proves Tel Aviv’s direct support for militants in Syria.
VIDEO: Afghanistan president orders probe into NATO strike
Press TV - Afghan President Hamid Karzai has ordered an investigation
into an airstrike by the NATO forces in Afghanistan’s eastern province
of Logar that killed five Afghan soldiers.
Exclusive: RT Anchor Liz Wahl Explains Why She Quit
The Daily Beast - Liz Wahl wasn’t just disgusted by the Kremlin-funded
TV network’s handling of Ukraine, she says in an exclusive interview.
RT’s coverage of the entire world “made me feel sick.”
YouTube: Ron Paul: US shouldn't meddle in Ukraine
RT America - The US, Russia and the European Union are all posturing
with rhetoric about the crisis in Ukraine. But in the US, critics say we
should stay on the sidelines and let the interim Ukrainian government
deal with their own issues.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Snowden, Assange and Greenwald scheduled to address Texas tech
conference from abroad
RT - Three of the top presenters scheduled to speak at a
technology conference in Texas next week will deliver their
remarks remotely due to leak investigations that have left them
all unable or unwilling to come to the United States.
Man Arrested For Talking About Guns On Oregon Bus
Mikael Thalen - An Oregon man riding a public bus was arrested
and booked into the Multnomah County Jail Tuesday for allegedly
mentioning firearms during a conversation.
US Schools Go Full-Bore Soviet
Activist Post - The incentives to adopt Common Core are huge;
for example, adoption is required for any state that wants a
bite out of an allocated $4.35-billion. Moreover, adoption
offers a state exemption from the widely despised No Child Left
Behind Act by which states are required to assess the basic
skills of students. No wonder 45 states signed on in 2011, far
before the program was finalized.
Issa Walks Out Of IRS Scandal Hearing As Cummings Calls
(CBS DC) – A House hearing on the IRS targeting of conservative
groups erupted into an argument between Rep. Elijah Cummings and
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa just moments
after former IRS official Lois Lerner invoked her Fifth
Amendment right not to testify in regards to her role in the tax
Private license plate scanners amassing vast databases open to
RT - Automated license plate readers used by car repo companies,
for example, collect billions of personal records per year,
which contribute to vast databases that can be used by law
enforcement, insurance companies, banks, and the like, with few
Private Property Rights Under Attack by Comprehensive Land Use
The Daily Sheeple - Private property must be guarded as
priceless freedom. Land owners should reject the sustainable
development idea that only government can protect nature, air,
soil, water, open spaces, and the poor.
The Top 12 Signs That The U.S. Economy Is Heading Toward Another
Economic Collapse - Is the U.S. economy steamrolling toward
another recession? Will 2014 turn out to be a major "turning
point" when we look back on it? Before we get to the evidence,
it is important to note that there are many economists that
believe that the United States never actually got out of the
Chicago’s credit rating takes a beating, Moody’s downgrades to
just above junk
RT - Moody’s Investor Services has downgraded Chicago’s credit
rating to the third-lowest level above “non-investment grade”
based on pension liabilities, meaning the third-largest US
municipality has the second-lowest credit score among major
Bitcoin firm CEO found dead after ‘suicide’
NY Post - It appears bitcoin’s recent turmoil has claimed its
first life. Autumn Radtke, a 28-year-old American CEO of bitcoin
exchange firm First Meta, was found dead in her Singapore
apartment on Feb. 28. Local media are calling it a suicide, but
Singapore officials are waiting for toxicology test results.
California Agency Taxes $3M By Mistake, Says State Law Prevents
Them From Giving It Back
(CBS13) - A Sacramento fire district that wrongly taxed
homeowners more than $3 million due to a clerical error will not
be issuing a full refund of that money, a Call Kurtis
investigation has learned. Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District
said it will only return about half of that money, angering some
homeowners who were charged as much as $800 since 2005.
Unnamed Source: ‘USGS Suppressing Supervolcano activity at
Yellowstone under White House orders’
Intellihub - According to a random individual who recently
posted a video on YouTube, the United States Geological Survey (USGS)
has likely been ordered by Washington to suppress information
regarding recent seismic activity and gaseous releases in and
around the Yellowstone region.
Groundbreaking Legal Action Filed to Protect US Wildlife,
Forests from GMOs, Pesticides
Natural Society - The CFS has filed a legal challenge demanding
that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service protect our wildlife and
habitat by banning GMOs and pesticides.
U.S. Gov't Set to Kill Marine Life for Oil Companies
NextNewsNetwork - Oil companies want to explore areas offshore
for oil. Many of these grounds have been drilled before, but
industry officials say new technology could find reserves in
areas once believed to be dry. A new sonic gun will create
massive shock waves that will travel through the water, and
through the sea bed. These guns will fire every ten seconds, 24
hours a day, for over a year.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
7 Ideas to Help Protect the Honeybee
Activist Post - One of the greatest coming ecological
catastrophes for the human race is the global collapse of many
bee species which are largely responsible for pollinating our
food crops as well as wild plants.... There are things we all
can do to contribute to the well-being and our bee populations.
Here are a few simple guidelines for making your home, garden
and place of work more friendly to bees...
Human Blood is Not "Roundup Ready," New Study Reluctantly Admits
Green Med Info - A new study, published in Pesticide
Biochemistry and Physiology titled, "The effect of metabolites
and impurities of glyphosate on human erythrocytes (in vitro),"
reveals that the problem with the growing global contamination
of the biosphere with agrichemicals used in the farming of
genetically modified foods is far worse than most will either
admit or acknowledge. The researchers describe the background
context of their study...
Long Term Water Solutions: Bugging In
The Daily Sheeple - There are several aspects to water that you
should consider if your long term plans are to bug in at your
current location. Many of these solutions can also be put into
place if you have a secondary location to which you will travel
in the event of a crisis.
Italian Court Rules MMR Vaccine Caused Autism: US Media Blacks
worldtruth.tv - The debate over vaccines continues as an Italian
court ruled in favor of the Bocca family who’s nine-year-old son
became autistic after receiving the MMR (Measles/Mumps &
Rubella) vaccine. I came across this case and felt it was a good
idea to report on this as the vaccine debate has been a hot
topic here lately. Although the case concluded in 2012, the
information is just as relevant today.
Why is There GMO Sugar In Salt??
Activist Post - Great April Fools' Day prank idea: Switch up
your loved ones' sugar with salt. When they spit out their
coffee and comment on the saltiness you can insist that it's
really sugar and that there's nothing wrong, giving the prank a
twisted flair. But you'd be right - because there's friggin' GMO
sugar in salt!
Major Grocery Stores Announce Refusal of GMO Salmon, Despite FDA
Ruling it ‘Safe’
Natural Society - The largest chain grocery store companies in
the US have agreed not to sell genetically modified salmon, but
over 9000 stores might still be passing off GMO salmon as non-GMO
if the industry isn’t required to disclose such information.
Load Your Cold and Flu Ammo With These Two Super Nutrients
Natural Blaze - The cold and flu season is not something to look
forward to over the course of winter. Sinus congestion, body
shivers, headaches, sore muscles, and nausea are just a few of
the inconveniences brought along with catching the cold or flu.
However, where there’s an ailment, there’s always a natural
remedy. The following two supplements are proven and effective
warriors in the battle against viral infections.
A Natural Approach to Preventing and Overcoming Dementia
Green Med Info - Remembering and forgetting things is a
perfectly normal part of daily life. But we need not fear that
the extreme and progressive cognitive decline that characterizes
senile dementia will be an inevitable part of our aging process.
There are a number of things we can do to positively impact our
brain health and overall mental abilities as we age.
Harvard Research Finds Link Between Fluoridated Water, ADHD and
Activist Post - New research published in The Lancet by
researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and
the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) found that
various chemicals that many children are exposed to are having a
direct effect on the creation of disorders labelled under the
name ADHD as well as other mental disorders. One of the
chemicals said to be having an effect is fluoride, or variations
Your Stomach And Digestive Tract Can Collect Significant Amounts
of Wax and Chemicals By Using These Daily
preventdisease.com - If you use your own glass cup or mug,
you’re as safe as the water you drink. Take that same drink from
a foam cup or plastic cup and it is a very different story.
Different variations of polyethylene and paraffin line almost
every disposable cup on the market. These linings, especially
among low quality cups can indeed melt and get into your
digestive tract leading to gastrointestinal disorders and other
Frankincense Found to Trump Chemo in Eliminating Ovarian Cancer
Natural Society - In the latest research, scientists have
demonstrated the ability of frankincense to combat cancer cells
in late-stage ovarian cancer. The findings offer yet another
piece of evidence that the “cure” for cancer will not be found
in toxic conventional treatments, but rather in the natural
Do You Suffer Widespread Pain? It May Be Time to Address Your
Dr. Mercola - Depriving your body of sleep can lead to some very
serious—and surprising—health effects, including widespread
pain, which is a primary feature of fibromyalgia. According to
recent research from Great Britain, poor or insufficient sleep
was actually the strongest predictor for pain in adults over 50.
Other predictors for widespread pain included anxiety, poor
physical health, cognitive problems, and osteoarthritis.
Anti-Inflammatory Pineapple Ginger Smoothie
preventdisease.com - Pineapple has been used for centuries to
reduce pain and inflammation. It turns out that an enzyme found
in pineapples called bromelain does, in fact, have
scientifically proven medicinal benefits.... An even more potent
anti-inflammatory is ginger whose analgesic properties have been
proven stronger than ibuprofen.
Active vitamin D helps remove toxic aluminum in chronic kidney
(NaturalNews) As various amounts of aluminum begin showing up in
food products tested at the Consumer Wellness Center Forensic
Food Lab, it's becoming clear how metals like aluminum can build
up unnecessarily in the body, taxing the organs over time.
Spirulina: The Near-Magical Superfood That Helps
Promote Your Pet's Well Being
Dr. Becker - As a veterinarian, I get a lot of
questions from pet owners about multivitamin
supplements for their companion animals....
2014 - Today In History:
1750 - "King Richard III" was performed in New York
City. It was the first Shakespearean play to be
presented in America.
1766 - The first Spanish governor of Louisiana,
Antonio de Ulloa, arrived in New Orleans.
1770 - "The Boston Massacre" took place when British
troops fired on a crowd in Boston killing five
people. Two British troops were later convicted of
1868 - The U.S. Senate was organized into a court of
impeachment to decide charges against President
1900 - Two U.S. battleships left for Nicaragua to
halt revolutionary disturbances.
1901 - Germany and Britain began negotiations with
hopes of creating an alliance.
1902 - In France, the National Congress of Miners
decided to call for a general strike for an 8-hour
1918 - The Soviets moved the capital of Russia from
Petrograd to Moscow.
1933 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered
a four-day bank holiday in order to stop large
amounts of money from being withdrawn from banks.
1933 - The Nazi Party won 44 percent of the vote in
German parliamentary elections.
1934 - In Amarillo, TX, the first Mother's-In-Law
Day was celebrated.
1943 - Germany called fifteen- and sixteen-year-olds
for military service due to war losses.
1946 - Winston Churchill delivered his "Iron Curtain
1946 - The U.S. sent protests to the U.S.S.R. on
incursions into Manchuria and Iran.
1953 - Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin died. He had
been in power for 29 years.
1956 - The U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the ban on
segregation in public schools.
1970 - A nuclear non-proliferation treaty went into
effect after 43 nations ratified it.
1984 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that cities had
the right to display the Nativity scene as part of
their Christmas display.
1984 - The U.S. accused Iraq of using poison gas.
1997 - North Korea and South Korea met for first
time in 25 years for peace talks.
1998 - NASA announced that an orbiting craft had
found enough water on the moon to support a human
colony and rocket fueling station.
1998 - It was announced that Air Force Lt. Col.
Eileen Collins would lead crew of Columbia on a
mission to launch a large X-ray telescope. She was
the first woman to command a space shuttle mission.
2001 - Vice President Dick Cheney underwent an
angioplasty for a partially blocked artery.
2004 - Martha Stewart was convicted of obstructing
justice and lying to the government about why she'd
unloaded her Imclone Systems Inc. stock just before
the price plummeted.
Russia is allowed to have 25,000 troops in Crimea...and other facts you
RT - Ukraine’s statement at the UN that 16,000 Russian soldiers have
been deployed to Crimea has caused a frenzy among Western media which
chooses to ignore that those troops have been there since the late 1990s
in accordance with a Kiev-Moscow agreement.
Bombshell: Ukraine President Requested Russian Assistance
Ron Paul Institute March 3, 2014 - President Viktor Yanukovich had sent
a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin requesting Russian military
assistance to restore law and order in Ukraine.
Turkey scrambles jets after Russian plane flies near its Black Sea coast
(Reuters) - The Turkish Air Force scrambled eight F-16 fighter jets
after a Russian surveillance plane flew parallel along its Black Sea
coast, the military said on Tuesday, amid increased tensions between
Russia and the West over Ukraine.
Jailed opposition leader calls for more Venezuela protests
(Reuters) - Jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez urged
sympathizers on Monday to maintain street protests against President
Nicolas Maduro as the country's foreign minister prepared to meet the
United Nations Secretary General.
150 Global Scientists Condemn Retraction of Seralini GMO Study
Sustainable Pulse - 150 scientists from around the World have condemned
the retraction of French scientist Gilles-Eric Séralini’s study on GM
Maize and Roundup, as a bow to commercial interests.
VIDEO: February agreement key to resolve Ukraine crisis: Russia
Press TV - Russia says the 21 February agreement between the government
of the ousted Ukrainian president and the opposition should be
considered as the key to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.
Russians seize Ukraine’s Crimea missile units says report
Press TV - Russian forces have reportedly seized two Ukrainian missile
defense units in Ukraine's southern Crimea region.
OSCE military observer mission en route to Crimea
RT - The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) is
sending a delegation which includes representatives from the US and 14
other nations to observe the situation in Crimea amid tensions in
Ukraine, according to a US official.
US maintaining Pacific fleet to ‘deter North Korean provocations’ says
RT - North Korea’s determination to acquire long-range missiles and
nuclear weapons has rendered the Pacific country an increasing threat to
the United States, according to a Pentagon report that describes the
small nation as "closed and authoritarian."
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Missouri Dems Introduce Alarming Gun Confiscation Bill Giving
Law-Abiding Gun Owners 90 Days to Turn in Certain Firearms or
TheBlaze.com - Democrats in Missouri introduced startling
anti-gun legislation that would require gun owners to hand over
their legally purchased so-called “assault weapons” to “the
appropriate law enforcement agency for destruction” within 90
days. Under the proposed bill, “Any person who, prior to the
effective date of this law, was legally in possession of an
assault weapon or large capacity magazine shall have ninety days
from such effective date to do any of the following without
being subject to prosecution.”
Jury Selection Continues In Terrorism Trial Of Bin Laden’s
(CBSNewYork/AP) – Jury selection continues in the trial of Osama
bin Laden’s son-in-law in Manhattan. As WCBS 880′s Irene Cornell
reported, the jurors chosen to try Sulaiman Abu Ghaith on
terrorism charges will remain anonymous. U.S. District Judge
Lewis Kaplan told prospective jurors, “even I don’t know your
names and it will stay that way.”
Navy cuts F-35 order nearly in half
As the United States prepares plans to downsize its military,
the Navy is set to order fewer Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter
jets than previously expected over the next five years.
White House Set To Extend Obamacare Deadline By 1 Year
Zero Hedge - The Obama administration plans to allow insurers to
continue selling policies that don't meet the federal health
law's requirements for at least another year, an insurance
industry official confirmed Tuesday.... The move would push a
potential political furor over canceled insurance plans past
this year's midterm elections.
DOJ Bypasses Congress To Start Building A National Gun Database
Liberty Crier - Eric “Gun Runner” Holder’s Department of Justice
is preparing to announce new regulations designed to expand the
national background check system for gun sales. White House
records reveal the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has
completed its review of the DOJ rule, one of 23 executive
actions ordered by President Obama more than a year ago.
Connecticut State Police say: ‘If ordered, they will violate the
AmmoLand - In a recorded phone call Connecticut State Police
Spokesman Lt. Vance was reached at at (860) 685-8290 and says
that state police would comply with an order from the state to
conduct door to door gun confiscations.
Cops used cell phone surveillance tool 200 times without court’s
RT - The American Civil Liberties Union wants to learn more
about any secret surveillance gadgets used by Florida law
enforcement agencies after uncovering proof that police there
relied on one type of spy tool upwards of 200 times without
Anti-leaks legislation coming within weeks, says NSA chief
RT - The head of the National Security Agency, General Keith
Alexander, alluded to unspecified legislation on media leaks as
being forthcoming, potentially within weeks, during remarks at a
cybersecurity panel on Tuesday.
Texas Voters Take A Stand: 9 out of 10 Want Obamacare Repealed
and Welfare Recipients Drug Tested
Mac Slavo - In Texas, where voters took to the polls Tuesday
night, a completely different set of ideas is at play. And if
nationwide sentiment is any indication, other conservative and
libertarian leaning states will soon follow.
Showdown: Maryland to Target 110,000 Citizens With Gun
Paul Joseph Watson - Authorities in Maryland are set to target
110,000 citizens with gun confiscation under a new law that
would link the state’s gun registry with its criminal database,
with new troopers set to be hired to enforce door to door visits
of illegal gun owners.
YouTube: Registering for confiscation
Canadian News Anchor Brian Lilley gives a warning to American
Obama Budget Proposes $100 Billion in Tax Hikes on Energy
The President’s FY 2015 budget contains billions in tax increase
on energy production and consumption. These taxes will result in
higher prices at the pump, increased utility bills, and fewer
American jobs as companies flee the U.S. and companies cannot
recover their investments.
9 Reasons Why Raising the Minimum Wage Is A Terrible Idea
reason.com - President Obama and congressional Democrats are
pressing to increase the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
Here are nine reasons why that’s a bad idea.
'How did these guys get in the Army?' New study delves into
RT - About one in five US soldiers have been found to have a
common mental illness such as depression or panic disorder upon
enlisting in the Army, according to a new study. A second study
showed that over eight percent of soldiers had contemplated
suicide and 1.1 percent had attempted suicide, researchers found
via confidential surveys and interviews with 5,428 soldiers at
Army bases across the US.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
After 2-Year Court Battle Baker’s Pigs Now Legal
farmtoconsumer.org - Two years after suing the Michigan
Department of Natural Resources (DNR) over the legality of its
swine Invasive Species Order (ISO), Mark Baker is now free to
raise and sell his hybrid heritage breed pigs. In a February 26,
2014 hearing, less than two weeks before a scheduled March 11,
2014 trial date, DNR backed off its prior position that Baker’s
pigs were illegal, in order to avoid the lawsuit trial.
Pro-Vaccination Propaganda Is Backfiring, Study
Natural Blaze - A new study in the journal
Pediatrics found that “public health campaigns
touting vaccines’ effectiveness and debunking the
links between autism and other health risks might
actually be backfiring, and convincing parents to
skip the shots for their kids,” according to CBS
Caffeine-based gold compounds are potential tools to
Natural Blaze - The side effects of ingesting too
much caffeine — restlessness, increased heart rate,
having trouble sleeping — are well known, but recent
research has shown that the stimulant also has a
good side. It can kill cancer cells. Now,
researchers report in the ACS journal Inorganic
Chemistry that combining a caffeine-based compound
with a small amount of gold could someday be used as
an anticancer agent.
Surge in babies born without brains in Washington
(NaturalNews) There is something seriously wrong in
the fertile Yakima Valley region of Washington. A
surging number of babies are being born with major
birth defects, and the reasons why are eluding state
health officials. As reported by CNN, a nurse in the
area, Sara Barron, was the first to report on a
particularly horrifying condition: anencephaly -- a
condition in which babies are born without much of
their brain and skull.
Sixteen varieties of cheese recalled after death in
California and illnesses in babies
(NaturalNews)The Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention said the 16 cheeses, which were made by
Roos Foods of Kenton, Del., have been tied to a
Listeria outbreak. The recalled brands include
Mexicana, Amigo, Santa Rosa de Lima and Anita.
Arsenic shown to inhibit thiol compounds, including
'master antioxidant' glutathione
(NaturalNews) A recent study published in the
journal Environmental Health Perspectives reveals
that exposure to arsenic (As) is directly
responsible for depleting glutathione (GSH), the
body's primary intracellular antioxidant, as well as
inducing oxidative stress.
Which parts of America are the most contaminated
(NaturalNews) A U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) report
on groundwater contamination, which includes well
water and springs, found that it is essentially all
over the place. But particular hotspots of
contamination include New Jersey, Maryland and
surrounding northeastern states as well as Michigan,
Idaho, California, Arizona and Washington. Other
studies have also identified large swaths of the
central South and Southeast where arsenic is being
absorbed by rice crops.
Pathogens in Your Mouth Can Lead to Cancer in Other
Parts of Your Body
Dr. Mercola - Good oral hygiene is even more
important than previously thought. Pathogenic
microorganisms and their toxins can harm more than
just your mouth when they circulate through your
bloodstream—they can potentially cause secondary
infections and chronic inflammation throughout your
Is adrenal fatigue destroying your health, peace of
mind and joie de vivre?
(NaturalNews)"Even if you don't consider yourself a
stress monger, modern, everyday life, with all of
its traffic jams, deadlines, economic stress,
overconsumption of caffeine and sugar, being
constantly plugged in and on the go, and
never-ending negative media chatter can lead to an
overproduction of stress hormones," remarks Jill
Grunewald, a certified holistic nutrition coach in
St. Paul, Minnesota. Do any of the following
symptoms sound familiar?...
Big Pharma Shill to Head the Institute Of Medicine
Dr. Mercola - Victor Dzau, currently the chancellor
for health affairs at Duke University, will be the
new president of the Institute of Medicine,
beginning July 1, 2014. Dzau’s work at Duke
University has a long history of funding from the
National Institutes of Health (NIH), which accepts a
great deal of money from Big Pharma and is deeply
enmeshed with the industry.
Juniper berries are great for your kidneys, bladder
and urinary tract
(NaturalNews) Juniper berries grow from shrubs in
various parts of the world including Asia, Europe
and North America. There are many different kinds of
juniper berries but the most common one to North
Americans is known as juniperus communis....
Going bananas for mono-fruiting: does eating one
fruit for long periods of time really help our
(NaturalNews) Mono-fruiting, or eating one type of
fruit without introducing any other fruits or foods
in the mix for long periods of time, is a common
dietary lifestyle for many people. Just go online
and it's clear that a lot of people are living life
in mono-fruit land, preparing mono meals, taking
trips to "Banana Island" (metaphorically speaking)
and buying their fruit of choice in bulk.
They May Have Killed 600 Dogs, But They're Headed
Back to Store Shelves
Dr. Becker - Not surprisingly, the same brands of
jerky pet treats that are suspected of causing
illness and death in thousands of pets – brands
finally pulled from the market a year ago – are
headed back to store shelves. Nestle Purina’s Waggin’
Train treats and Del Monte Corp’s Milo’s Kitchen
products are either already on store shelves as you
read this, or will be shortly.
VIDEO: How Attached Are Cats to Their Owners?
Dr. Becker - Very interesting footage of a kitty's
reaction to his owner's departure.
2014 - Today In History:
1766 - The British Parliament repealed the Stamp
Act, which had caused bitter and violent opposition
in the U.S. colonies.
1778 - The Continental Congress voted to ratify the
Treaty of Amity and Commerce and the Treaty of
Alliance. The two treaties were the first entered
into by the U.S. government.
1789 - The first Congress of the United States met
in New York and declared that the U.S. Constitution
was in effect.
1791 - Vermont was admitted as the 14th U.S. state.
It was the first addition to the original 13
1794 - The 11th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
was passed by the U.S. Congress. The Amendment
limited the jurisdiction of the federal courts to
automatically hear cases brought against a state by
the citizens of another state. Later interpretations
expanded this to include citizens of the state being
sued, as well.
1813 - The Russians fighting against Napoleon
reached Berlin. The French garrison evacuated the
city without a fight.
1826 - The first railroad in the U.S. was chartered.
It was the Granite Railway in Quincy, MA.
1837 - The state of Illinois granted a city charter
1861 - The Confederate States of America adopted the
"Stars and Bars" flag.
1881 - Eliza Ballou Garfield became the first mother
of a U.S. President to live in the executive
1902 - The American Automobile Association was
founded in Chicago.
1904 - In Korea, Russian troops retreated toward the
Manchurian border as 100,000 Japanese troops
1914 - Doctor Fillatre successfully separated
1917 - Jeanette Rankin of Montana took her seat as
the first woman elected to the House of
1925 - Calvin Coolidge took the oath of office in
Washington, DC. The presidential inauguration was
broadcast on radio for the first time.
1933 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt gave his
inauguration speech in which he said "We have
nothing to fear, but fear itself."
1933 - Labor Secretary Frances Perkins became the
first woman to serve in a Presidential
1947 - France and Britain signed an alliance treaty.
1952 - U.S. President Harry Truman dedicated the
"Courier," the first seagoing radio broadcasting
1952 - Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis were married.
1954 - In Boston, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital
reported the first successful kidney transplant.
1975 - Queen Elizabeth knighted Charlie Chaplin.
1991 - Sheik Saad al-Jaber al-Sabah, the prime
minister of Kuwait, returned to his country for the
first time since Iraq's invasion.
1994 - Bosnia's Croats and Moslems signed an
agreement to form a federation in a loose economic
union with Croatia.
1997 - U.S. President Clinton barred federal
spending on human cloning.
1998 - Microsoft repaired software that apparently
allowed hackers to shut down computers in government
and university offices nationwide.
1998 - The U.S. Supreme Court said that federal law
banned on-the-job sexual harassment even when both
parties are the same sex.
1999 - Monica Lewinsky's book about her affair with
U.S. President Clinton went on sale in the U.S.
2002 - Canada banned human embryo cloning but
permitted government-funded scientists to use
embryos left over from fertility treatment or
2012 - Vladimir Putin scored a decisive victory in
Russia's presidential election to return to the
Kremlin and extend his hold on power for six more
Secret Space war XIII: Alien Partners tell Putin, “Don’t Worry, We’ve
Got Your Back”
veteranstoday.com - Unsubstantiated rumors have been seeping out of deep
contacts inside Russian Space Command the last few weeks that, not only
does the new Putin’s Russia have a well developed Secret Space war
Program, but reports also claim that this Secret Space war Program
provides substantial ultra-high-tech back-engineered offensive and
Putin: Deploying military force is last resort, but we reserve right
RT - There was an unconstitutional coup and an armed takeover of power
in Kiev, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated. Russia is puzzled why
there was a need for it at a time when Viktor Yanukovich had conceded to
all opposition demands.
Russian troops ordered home from surprise war games
RT - President Putin has ordered troops sent last week to a surprise
military exercise in western and central Russia to return to their
Kremlin warns US over potential sanctions
Press TV - A Russian official says potential sanctions by Washington
against Moscow would lead to the “crash” of the US financial system and
end its global financial domination.
VIDEO: World stock markets plunge over Ukraine crisis
Press TV - Global stocks slumped on Monday as Western powers threatened
Russia with “sanctions and boycotts” because of its deployment of troops
to the Crimea region of Ukraine.
Central Banker PM Says Ukraine Ready for IMF Auction Block
Kurt Nimmo - Arseniy Yatseniuk, the central bankster PM of post-coup
Ukraine, has signaled IMF-inspired fire sales are on schedule. Yatseniuk:
Ukraine will “collaborate” with IMF and the banksters. On Monday Yats,
as the U.S. State Department fondly calls him, said Naftogaz Ukrainy,
the national oil and gas company of Ukraine, will be put on the auction
Kremlin issues ultimatums to Ukrainian forces
Telegraph - Russia has issued a series of ultimatums for Ukrainian
forces in Crimea to surrender and disarm by this morning or risk coming
under attack, the new government in Kiev said last night.
* Related Article:
Russian Defense Ministry dismisses Ukraine ultimatum...
Trade War: Gazprom Threatens to Disrupt Gas Supplies to Europe
Paul Joseph Watson - Russian-controlled natural gas giant Gazprom has
threatened to disrupt gas supplies to Europe following warnings by John
Kerry and others that harsh economic sanctions could be imposed on
Moscow, as the Ukraine crisis threatens to spiral into a trade war.
The Backstory to the Russia-Ukraine Confrontation: The U.S. and Nato
Encirclement of Russia
Washington's Blog - The American press portrays Putin as being the bad
guy and the aggressor in the Ukraine crisis. Putin is certainly no
saint. . . But we can only see the bigger picture if we take a step back
and gain a little understanding of the history underlying the current
Russia And China Stand In Agreement On Ukraine – And That Is Very Bad
News For The US
Economic Collapse - So much for "isolating" Russia. The Chinese
government is publicly siding with Russia on the crisis in Ukraine, and
that is very bad news for the United States. Not only does it mean that
the U.S. is essentially powerless to do anything about the situation in
Ukraine, it also means that Russia and China are starting to understand
how much economic leverage that they really have.
An Additional 12,000 United Nations Troops Proposed to Intervene in the
Central African Republic
Global Research - A proposal submitted to the 15-member United Nations
Security Council on March 3 calls for the deployment of an additional
12,000 foreign troops to the Central African Republic (CAR). The
so-called “peacekeeping force” is ostensibly designed to reinforce the
existing 9,000 French, African and European Union (EU) soldiers already
inside or being sent into the mineral-rich state.
VIDEO: Afghan presidential hopefuls campaign amid threats: Report
Press TV - Afghan presidential candidates continue campaigning amid
escalating security threats by the Taliban militant group.
London Mayor Calls For State to Take Children Based on Parents’
Paul Joseph Watson - Parents with radical political beliefs should have
their children taken by the state, according to London Mayor Boris
Johnson, a chilling prospect given that parents who support major
political parties like UKIP are already being targeted by social
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Connecticut Patriot Forewarned Lawmakers about Gun Registration:
“I Will Not Comply”
Freedom Outpost - With the current situation in Connecticut,
where state lawmakers have legislated gun registration, tens of
thousands have determined not to register their weapons and the
state has threatened to confiscate them and arrest individuals
if they do not register or turn them in, I thought a word from
patriot John S. Cinque was in order.
Obama Outdoes Previous Presidents in Appointing Campaign Donors
AllGov - President Obama has nominated a higher percentage of
campaign bundlers to ambassadorships than any recent president.
Since January 2013, 48 of his 85 ambassadorial nominees have
been political appointments rather than career Foreign Service
Elbit to build surveillance towers on Arizona's border with
JPost - Israeli defense firm Elbit has been awarded a $145
million contract by the US Department of Homeland Security to
construct a series of surveillance towers on Arizona’s border
with Mexico, the company announced on Sunday.
Colorado’s Federal Supermax Prison Is Force-Feeding Inmates On
The Nation - The striking prisoners are serving sentences at the
Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX) in Florence, Colorado, the
highest-security prison run by the federal government on US
soil. At ADX, more than 400 inmates spend twenty-two to
twenty-four hours a day locked alone in concrete “boxcar” cells
without access to a window.
Rand Paul seeks Kentucky law to run for president, Senate
Washington Times - Opening a door to hedge his political bets,
Sen. Rand Paul has asked the leader of the Kentucky Senate for
legislation to ensure that Mr. Paul can run both for the White
House and for re-election to the U.S. Senate in 2016, The
Washington Times has learned.
How War Affects the Cash in Your Pocket and the Food on your
The Daily Sheeple - Petrol and diesel prices will rise quickly,
just today oil rose 2% on the volatility in Ukraine. Don’t make
the mistake of thinking a war half a world away won’t affect you
because one way or another, it will.
Lakota nation adopts MazaCoin crypto-currency as legal tender
RT - A Bitcoin spinoff known as Mazacoin has been adopted by a
confederation of seven Native American tribes as their national
currency. The Oglala Lakota Nation has expressed hope that it
will draw the tribes out of poverty.
Tomas Young, disabled veteran, tells audience he’ll commit
The Ridgefield Press - A screening of the documentary Body of
War at the Ridgefield Playhouse came to a startling conclusion
Friday night, when the film’s star told a stunned audience that
he was going to end his life.
Leftovers from Afghanistan and Iraq Wars: 1,558 Amputations;
7,224 Severe Brain Injuries; 118,829 Post-Traumatic Stress
AllGov - A new CRS report has provided a human accounting not
only of how many service personnel died in the two conflicts,
but of the many kinds of serious, life-long injuries with which
thousands returned home.
Pentagon considers using electricity to stimulate troops’ brains
Boston Globe - For some modern soldiers, caffeine is just not
enough to stay vigilant, especially for the growing ranks of
digital warriors who must spend hours monitoring spy drone
footage and other streams of surveillance data. So the Pentagon
is exploring a novel way to extend troops’ attention spans and
sharpen their reaction times: stimulate the brain with low
levels of electricity.
North Carolina cites five more power plants in massive coal ash
The Guardian - North Carolina regulators have cited five more
Duke Energy power plants for lacking required storm water
permits after a massive spill at one of the company’s coal ash
dumps coated 70 miles of the Dan River in toxic sludge.
DC's green-approved buildings using more energy
The Daily Caller - The free-market group analyzed the first
round of energy usage data released by city officials Friday and
found that large, privately-owned buildings that received the
green energy certification Leadership in Energy Design (LEED)
actually use more energy than buildings that didn’t receive this
green stamp of approval.
The Shocking Truth about Daylight Saving Time
Organic Gardening - The problem is the early studies suggesting
that Daylight Saving Time could save energy only looked at home
electricity use. More recent reports also factor in gasoline
energy use, since people drive more when natural light remains
later in the day.
Spy tech goes cheap: Track your car, kid, or enemy for $10 a
arstechnica.com - A small company in Texas has produced the
TraqCloud, a new, significantly cheaper way to track anyone or
anything using GPS. TraqCloud, in its promotional materials, is
marketed for luggage or kid tracking, but using such a tracker
against a suspected cheating love interest, a sneaky business
partner, or local law enforcement is now simple and inexpensive.
The drones that flock like BIRDS: Robots fly in formation and
navigate without being remotely controlled
Daily Mail - Flying robots that can ‘think’ for themselves are
already being developed, which some people fear will be able to
snoop on and attack people living below. And now a team of
Hungarian scientists have managed to engineer the first ‘flock’
of drones that can fly as a coordinated group.
Scientists can now control flies’ brains with lasers
The Verge - A laser beam can alter a fly’s behavior and make it
mate with just about anything — even a ball of wax, according to
scientists at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Reishi mushrooms: traditional medicine for cancer,
diabetes and more
(NaturalNews) Reishi mushrooms, also called lingzhi
mushrooms, are a species of medicinal mushroom
characterized by their kidney-shaped cap and tough
FDA study shows pertussis vaccination spreads
(NaturalNews) Published in the Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences, the new FDA study
claims to demonstrate that vaccines for acellular
pertussis are effective at preventing the disease in
those who are vaccinated. But at the very same time,
the agency admits that, based on its findings, the
vaccine itself spreads Bordetella pertussis, the
bacteria responsible for triggering the highly
contagious respiratory disease.
4 Diseases Few Are Aware Can Be Reversed Naturally
preventdisease.com - Despite the medical model which
relies on pharmaceutical intervention for every
known illness, there are well over one hundred
common diseases that can be reversed naturally.
That's the difference between treatment for profit
and healing for wellness.
You won't believe this hidden cause of restless leg
(NaturalNews) When the researchers dug deeper, they
found 38 diseases and conditions highly-related to
RLS. Ninety-five percent of these were related to
excessive inflammation in the body. Due to this high
level of connection, the researchers summarized that
inflammation may play a larger role in RLS than was
Ginger: A Diabetic's Best Friend
Green Med Info - A new study on ginger's health
benefits to type 2 diabetics published in the
journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine suggests
that this household spice may provide millions
suffering with the condition a natural alternative
to diabetes medications – many of which have
serious, even life threatening, side effects.
Cancer triggered by nervous system imbalances
(NaturalHealth365) Stress, social isolation and
other emotional factors can increase distant
metastasis through releasing hormones from the
autonomic nervous system. Disruption of circadian
rhythms will also promote cancer metastasis through
direct and indirect actions of the nervous system.
The placebo effect outperforms drugs and surgery
(NaturalHealth365) For example, Dr. David Kallmes, a
successful radiologist at the Mayo Clinic, decided
to perform fake surgeries on back patients to see if
they would recover just as well as the ones that
received a ‘real’ procedure called, vertebroplasty –
which is a special cement injected into the
vertebrae. The results are truly mind-blowing!
2014 - Today In History:
1791 - The U.S. Congress passed a resolution that
created the U.S. Mint.
1803 - The first impeachment trial of a U.S. Judge,
John Pickering, began.
1845 - Florida became the 27th U.S. state.
1845 - The U.S. Congress passed legislation
overriding a U.S. President’s veto. It was the first
time the Congress had achieved this.
1849 - The U.S. Department of the Interior was
1849 - The Gold Coinage Act was passed by the U.S.
Congress. It allowed the minting of gold coins.
1849 - The U.S. Congress created the territory of
1857 - Britain and France declared war on China.
1863 - Free city delivery of mail was authorized by
the U.S. Postal Service.
1885 - The U.S. Post Office began offering special
delivery for first-class mail.
1908 - The U.S. government declared open war on on
1910 - J.D. Rockefeller Jr. announced his withdrawal
from business to administer his father's fortune for
an "uplift in humanity". He also appealed to the
U.S. Congress for the creation of the Rockefeller
1910 - Nicaraguan rebels admitted defeat in open war
and resorted to guerrilla tactics in the hope of
1918 - The Treaty of Brest Litovsky was signed by
Germany, Austria and Russia. The treaty ended
Russia's participation in World War I.
1923 - The first issue of Time magazine was
1931 - The "Star Spangled Banner," written by
Francis Scott Key, was adopted as the American
national anthem. The song was originally a poem
known as "Defense of Fort McHenry."
1945 - During World War II, Finland declared war on
1952 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld New York's
Feinberg Law that banned Communist teachers in the
1969 - Apollo 9 was launched by NASA to test a lunar
1969 - Sirhan Sirhan testified in a Los Angeles
court that he killed Robert Kennedy.
1973 - Japan disclosed its first defense plan since
World War II.
1987 - The U.S. House of Representatives rejected a
package of $30 million in non-lethal aid for the
1991 - Rodney King was severely beaten by Los
Angeles police officers. The scene was captured on
amateur video. (California)
1995 - A U.N. peacekeeping mission in Somalia ended.
Several gunmen were killed by U.S. Marines in
Mogadishu while overseeing the pull out of
2002 - Voters in Switzerland approved joining the
United Nations, abandoning almost 200 years of
US Government Caught Funding The Coup In Ukraine
govtslaves.info - “There’s quite a bit of evidence of coup-ness. Q is
how many levels deep interference from both sides is.”
"These are serious claims. So serious that I decided to investigate
them. And what I found was shocking." Read More....
Tense stand-off at Crimean military base as hundreds of Russian gunmen
encircle camp and Ukraine calls up all its military reservists ready for
Daily Mail - Hundreds of unidentified gunmen who arrived in a 13-strong
convoy of Russian vehicles surrounded a Crimean infantry base today as
Ukraine and Russia inched closer towards all-out war. In a series of
tense photographs, outnumbered troops could be seen on the inside of the
military unit in the village of Perevalne, outside Simferopol, guarding
the entrance with a tank.
Rival rallies held in Russia over Ukraine
Press TV - Russia’s deployment of troops in Ukraine’s Crimea region has
sparked rival rallies in the capital Moscow both in support and against
Timeline: Ukraine's political crisis
Al Jazeera - As the government in Kiev continues to emphasise the need
for a united Ukraine, here is a timeline of some of the events that have
led to the current situation.
Venezuela protests death toll reaches 17
Press TV - Venezuelan Attorney General Luisa Ortega said on Friday that
the death toll from the street protests to show support for or
opposition to the government of President Nicolas Maduro had increased
to 17 people with over 260 others injured.
Pakistan government welcomes Taliban ceasefire call
Press TV - Pakistan government has welcomed a ceasefire call by Tehrik-e-Taliban
Pakistan (TTP) militant group. Coordinator of the government peace
committee Irfan Siddiqui said on Saturday that the ceasefire offer was a
“breakthrough” in the dialogue process.
Attacks kill dozens in area of Nigeria targeted by Boko Haram
The Guardian - At least 74 people have been killed in three weekend
attacks in Nigeria's restive north-east, the epicentre of the Boko Haram
insurgency that has claimed thousands of lives since 2009.
Five top military, security commanders take oath to Crimea
RT - A number of high ranking Ukrainian military and security officials
in Crimea have sworn their allegiance to the Autonomous Republic of
Crimea, as Simferopol pushes for its autonomy from the self-imposed
government in Kiev.
Seriously, what?! Kerry tells Russia 'you don't invade a country on
completely phony pretexts'
RT - The US Secretary of State spoke today of the unacceptability of
invading a sovereign country on phony pretexts in order to assert one’s
own interests in the 21st century. But no, he was not speaking about the
United States, as one might have thought.
US military seize documents raided by Ukrainian radicals – suspected
RT - Ukrainian radical activists are conducting organized searches of
residences of former government officials and handing over all documents
to the US military, a man who says that he took part in some of these
Ukrainian warships voluntarily leave Sevastopol: sources
RT - About 10 Ukrainian Black Sea Fleet ships have left the naval base
in Sevastopol, with several vessels now heading to Odessa,
administrative sources have said. The ships left the base voluntarily
but some of them broke down and returned, they claimed.
VIDEO: Russia, China ‘in broad agreement’ on Ukraine
Press TV - The ministry’s announcement followed a telephone conversation
between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Chinese
counterpart Wang Yi on Monday.
Western powers, Japan punish Russia over Ukraine
McClatchy - The G-7 nations of the United States, Japan, France,
Germany, Italy, Britain and Canada issued a statement Sunday evening,
saying they were putting on hold their plans to participate in a summit
that had been planned for June in Sochi, Russia.
Iran and Oman go under sea to build pipelines, change geopolitics
StratRisks - India is contemplating energy pipelines from the Gulf again
— this time running under the sea, rather than traversing Pakistan. With
international sanctions on Iran fading as a result of a nuclear
agreement, an energy pipeline may be the most positive regional
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Tenn. State University Requires Students to Wear Trackable IDs
National Review - Beginning Saturday, March 1, students and
staff at Tennessee State University will be required to present
identification badges at any time that can also track their
movements in and out of buildings, according to a local-news
VIDEO: An Open Letter To Michelle Obama From A Knucklehead
Liberty Crier - A 20 year old college student responds to the
first lady’s remarks that ‘today’s youth are knuckleheads and so
they need Obamacare’.
USDA Adds Fresh Produce, Yogurt and Tofu to Food Voucher for
Poor Program in First Change in 34 Years
AllGov - Fresh, frozen and canned vegetables, yogurt, whole
grains and even tofu have been added to the list of foods
allowed to be purchased under the Special Supplemental Nutrition
Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), according to a
Brain Washing, Social Control and Programming – Why You Should
Kill Your Television
Waking Times - The trick is easy. All the elite need to do is
repeat the same simplistic lies in all the media and the
population will believe them without a doubt. This is how lies
acquire an irresistible aura of credibility. A specialist of
mass brainwashing, L. Wolfe, explains it further...
Another case where gun registration leads to confiscation
bulletsfirst.net - On October 12th, 2013 Paul Wojdan of Lockport
City, NY was arrested and the police looked on his pistol permit
and saw it had six guns on it so they went to his house and
confiscated all of his firearms. Gun controllers would say this
was a victory for the system, a dangerous criminal had his
firearms seized etc etc. But in order to get the full story one
needs to look at Mr. Wojdan’s “crime”.
Black Tuesday Redux? Media Predicted Economic Collapse for March
Things have been getting a little…strange lately. What with all
these banker suicides and warnings from banks that the stock
market is about to decline by 10% or more. To add to that, let’s
recall an article that appeared in The Washington Times back on
October 29, 2012 entitled, "MEANS: U.S. economy on schedule to
crash March 4, 2014"...
Power Tool Makers Fight against Finger-Saving Device
AllGov - SawStop of Tualatin, Oregon, has named several major
power tool companies in an antitrust lawsuit, claiming the
companies conspired to boycott SawStop’s device that can prevent
finger amputations by saws.
26 top American corporations paid no federal income tax from ’08
to ’12 – report
RT - Twenty-six of the most powerful American corporations –
such as Boeing, General Electric, and Verizon – paid no federal
income tax from 2008 to 2012, according to a new report
detailing how Fortune 500 companies exploit tax breaks and
Washington nuke waste tanks flawed?
(AP) - While one of the newer double-walled nuclear waste
storage tanks at a Washington state complex has leaked, six
others have "significant construction flaws" that could lead to
additional leaks, according to documents obtained by The
Associated Press. The 28 double-walled tanks at Hanford nuclear
waste complex hold some of the worst radioactive waste at the
nation's most contaminated nuclear weapons site.
Nuclear waste in limbo after accident at New Mexico plant
RT - Complicating the situation further is the fact that there
are multiple shipments to the plant on hold as a result of the
leak. As noted by the Associated Press, this includes what
remains of the roughly 4,000 toxic waste barrels from the Los
Alamos National Laboratories, currently stored outside and
placed under minimal protection.
Utilities Desperate to Quash Dissent, Shut Off Activist Leader’s
Take Back Your Power - In what is an illegal and thinly-veiled
“psy-op” (psychological operation) attempting to stem the rising
tide of awareness of the massive rights violations associated
with their ‘smart’ meter deployments, Plumas Sierra Rural
Electric Cooperative (PSREC) actually disconnected the
electricity from the home of Joshua Hart, a leader in the
movement and director of StopSmartMeters.org.
Hundreds arrested at Keystone XL White House sit-in protest
RT - Several hundred people have been arrested during a peaceful
protest in Washington DC after they strapped themselves to the
White House fence and laid out their demands on Pennsylvania
Avenue in protest against the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Washington Dam Has 65-Foot Crack
Yahoo News - Engineers have started emergency procedures to
stabilize a Washington dam after they found a 65-foot crack in
the structure. The Wanapum Dam, a hydroelectric project located
on the Columbia River in Grant County, Wash., is still running
after divers discovered a 65-foot crack that is 2-inches wide.
Bill proposed in House would make warrantless email access
UPI.com - Lawmakers have proposed legislation that would bar law
enforcement agencies from obtaining emails in investigations
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Half of U.S. Farmland Being Eyed by Private Equity
Cornucopia Institute - An estimated 400 million acres of
farmland in the United States will likely change hands over the
coming two decades as older farmers retire. New evidence
indicates that this land is being strongly pursued by private
equity investors. The increasing focus on agriculture-related
investment by the private sector is driving up U.S. farmland
prices, barring some young farmers from starting their own
San Antonio - Environmentally Evil .... and More
The San Antonio code was slipped into the city without notice in
2009 but is coming into brutal effect now.... Now, in 2014, San
Antonio, Texas has declared leaves a "hazardous vegetation,"
threatening all organic food gardening. And since the ICC Code
San Antonio uses has been installed in most cities in the US,
the ICC code threatens all organic food gardening across the
The Benefits of Curcumin in Cancer Treatment
Dr. Mercola - Interestingly, curcumin appears to be
universally useful for just about every type of
cancer, which is really odd since cancer consists of
a wide variety of different molecular pathologies.
You wouldn't necessarily suspect that there would be
one herb that would work for most of them.
Doctors warn new FDA-approved painkiller is deadly
RT - Although the opiate Zohydro was ultimately
approved by the US Food and Drug administration,
that endorsement went against the recommendation
given by the agency’s own advisory panel. The panel
voted 11 – 2 against approving the drug, but the FDA
argued its availability is necessary to help
patients unfazed by current medication.
How Your Body Generates Electricity
Dr. Mercola - You can harness the electrical charge
of the Earth to positively influence your health in
numerous ways via grounding, also known as earthing.
Grounding has been shown to relieve pain, reduce
inflammation, improve sleep, enhance well-being, and
Gluten-free grain: Teff versus quinoa
(NaturalNews) Teff, a grain that comes from the seed
of Ethiopian grass, has a mildly nutty flavor and is
typically used ground as a flour substitute. It is
often also used raw to add flavor and texture to
certain foods. But did you know that teff boasts
significantly more manganese, copper and iron than
quinoa? It also has fewer calories from fat (21
calories compared to quinoa's 55 calories) and has
nearly four times as much calcium.
Health Basics: Xanthan gum is mutated corn sugar
fermented with bacteria
(NaturalNews) You can bet your first and last
mutated gene that the corn sugar used to make
xanthan gum is not certified organic, but rather
genetically modified. So why then is xanthan found
in some organic products? They must be using organic
corn, but if it doesn't say certified organic corn
right on the label, I'm not touching it.
Federal government sues California companies for
unsafe toxin levels in children's toys
(NaturalNews) While investigating 66 imported toys
at a California import dock, the US Consumer Product
Safety Commission (CPSC) found that 61 of these toys
contained unsafe levels of lead and other toxins.
The findings have prompted the federal government to
sue the toy importers, which include Toys
Distribution Inc. (TDI), S & J Merchandise Inc. and
BLJ Apparel Inc.
Hundreds of confidential dental records dumped in
vacant lot in California
(NaturalNews) A pile of confidential dental records
were found scattered in a random field in Apple
Valley, California. The private patient information
included names, addresses, phone numbers, social
security numbers and birthdates.
Oregon’s Non-Medical Vaccine Waiver Law Goes Into
Care2 - Oregon has the highest percentage of
children entering school with non-medical waivers
for at least one, and sometimes more, vaccination.
State officials are hoping to change that statistic.
State legislature has introduced a new law, taking
effect today, stating parents must consult with a
medical professional before they qualify for a
waiver to opt out of any vaccine before their child
may start school.
Black Seed Shows Promising Health Effects for Women
Natural Society - wo recent reports, for example,
show how black seed can benefit woman in particular.
One of those two studies, found in BMC Complementary
and Alternative Medicine, found that black seed was
able to reverse the bone loss and skeletal changes
in mice whose ovaries had been surgically removed.
Electrocardiographs detect heart rhythm changes from
(NaturalNews) It may seem odd to associate lead
toxicity with cardiac health issues. But there has
been considerable research put into that
association. Health experts seem to agree that there
is no safe level of lead in our bodies, and this
heavy metal toxin isn't easily flushed out of our
system. Those small amounts can collect and accrue
in vital organs, especially the kidneys and liver.
Juicing Celery: Superfood That Can Repair The
Digestive System & Detoxify
Natural Blaze - This simple juicing video will show
you how about $1.50 per day in celery juice can
boost your diet with essential vitamins and
minerals, while helping to improve a long list of
ailments including digestive disorders, high blood
pressure, arthritis, inflammation, auto-immune
disorders, anemia, asthma, skin problems and more.