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CDC investigation of Chipotle further supports corporate sabotage (bioterrorism) as likely source of E. coli contaminationBy Mike Adams, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) After months of investigation, the CDC has now reached a conclusion that provides yet more support for the likelihood that Chipotle was the victim of corporate sabotage by the biotech industry, which targeted Chipotle because of its non-GMO menu.
On December 23 of last year, I wrote about the likelihood of bioterrorism as the cause of Chipotle's E. coli problem, pointing out that corporate sabotage was 100% consistent with the actions of the biotech industry and its criminal-minded...
Same area where GM mosquitoes were released in 2015 is the epicenter for the Zika outbreakBy Jennifer Lea Reynolds, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) The latest virus understandably striking fear among the masses is the Zika virus, known to cause birth defects and neurological problems. In fact, what started most recently as an issue primarily in Brazil, where some 4,000 babies were born with microcephaly since October 2015 (a defect in which the head is significantly smaller than normal), is said to likely reach pandemic levels.(1)
In fact, it's already reached the United States. "We are aware of one case in Massachusetts...
Huge new study proves that eating berries promotes weight lossBy Harold Shaw, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) Middle-age-spread is a real issue for both men and women who step into their 40s. As the metabolism slows down with age, and the muscle mass is reduced as well, it's increasingly difficult for the body to burn fat and stay fit. Although some handle it better than others, middle age is far from a breezy walk through the park for most people. Under these stressful circumstances, some people find comfort in food or alcohol, both of which also tend to show around the waist.
The future of farming will see robots replacing field workers ... New robot-run farm factory produces 30,000 heads of lettuce a dayBy J. D. Heyes, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) It's a development that is bad for employment but, in a strange way, it could serve to help solve another problem facing America – illegal immigration.
It seems the world's first robot farm is about to launch, and initially its non-human workforce will be capable of picking 30,000 heads of lettuce per day.
As reported by Tech Insider, chief executives of a lettuce production company in Japan called Spread, believe that future farmers will be robots. In fact, they are so...
Flint, Michigan, lead poisoning not a problem if you own a Big Berkey water filter: See lead removal lab test results at WaterFilterLabs.comBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, January 19 2016
(NaturalNews) The evolution of a depressed, angry generation accelerates as the slow, steady mutilation of their minds increases. Brain cells are being shot to pieces silently, by weapons of mass destruction hidden in the waterways. An entire population is under attack. The violence is taking place out of sight. Colorless, odorless lead poisoning goes on without a warning shot. How vulnerable are you and your family?
The attack won't come knocking on the door. It will come through the water pipes...
Chemicals in the water are turning male fish into females... is same thing happening in humans?By Sarah Knight, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) According to a recent report by the U.S. Geological Survey, male bass are experiencing sex changes due to chemicals that are found in most waterways across Northeast National Wildlife Refuges.(1) Studies have found that up to 85% of male smallmouth bass in the region are demonstrating "characteristics of the opposite sex" – including eggs being located where testes should be.(2)
This isn't a one off – in fact, 27% of largemouth bass in the same region...
Merchants of Doubt: How high-level scientists conspired with tobacco industry execs to conceal smoking-cancer linkBy Julie Wilson staff writer, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) One of the most compelling pieces of work demonstrating the twisted collusion between highly respected scientists and top tobacco execs, Merchants of Doubt, reveals that the science was in on cigarettes long before Americans were privy to it. In fact, German scientists understood smoking caused cancer as early as the 1930s, explaining why Adolf Hitler outlawed smoking in his presence.
Authors Naomi Oreskes and Eric Conway revert to 1979 when tobacco industry heads met with marketing...
Monsanto's tobacco files: University scientists caught conspiring with biotech industry to manipulate public opinion on GMOsBy Natural News Editor, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) What happens when a private company with a long history of producing some of the most toxic chemicals on the planet and now produces our food starts facing public pressure from a growing national grassroots movement to label their products to conform with basic principles of democracy and transparency? (Story by Dave Murphy, republished from EcoWatch.com.)
Well, if the company in question is Monsanto, then you take a page out of Big Tobacco's playbook...
Food stamp recipients use taxpayer-funded benefits to pay their drug dealersBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) Food prices continue to inflate, and the average minimum wage job can barely keep up with the cost of living, but not all low-income families who qualify for food stamps sign up to receive them. Instead, they find other ways to feed themselves, prioritizing, budgeting and separating their wants from their needs. These self-reliant ones know where they need to cut back in their budget when food is most important. They find extra work. They cut out bad habits. It is their pride that keeps...
Now even your own children will be fined by Obama's government under harsh new Obamacare penalties called 'incentives'By J. D. Heyes, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) For much of his tenure, President Obama tried to obscure, hide and flat-out lie about what his signature piece of legislation -- the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare -- would accomplish. When inconvenient truths about the law leaked out, however, Obama wielded his executive authority, even in contravention of the law itself and the Constitution, to delay the most damaging portions of it.
But now, with the 2014 midterm elections over and Obama unable to run for president again...
Plastics chemical BPA increases blood pressure and heart disease riskBy David Gutierrez, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) The ubiquitous chemical bisphenol A (BPA), most notably found in plastic bottles and food and beverage cans, may increase blood pressure and the risk of heart disease, according to a study conducted by researchers from Seoul National University College of Medicine in South Korea and published in the journal Hypertension.
"Because these results confirm findings from other studies, doctors and patients, particularly those with high blood pressure or heart disease, should be aware of...
Check out the beautiful wigs this 8-year-old girl is making for children with cancerBy Harold Shaw, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) Meet Lauren LaRay, a third grade honor roll student from Las Vegas, who recently impressed the world by getting involved in the fight against cancer. The cute and very bright 8-year-old girl has her very own YouTube channel – Tutorials by Lauren LaRay. Here, she uploads videos wherein she teaches other girls her own age to craft different things. Why? Because she loves videos and she also loves helping others.
Recently, however, Lauren learned something terrible about her best...
Teenage girl dies of Toxic Shock Syndrome after doctors mistook illness for NorovirusBy Julie Wilson staff writer, February 2 2016
(NaturalNews) Though rare, toxic shock syndrome is not unheard of. It primarily affects young menstruating women, unaware of the hidden dangers of using tampons. Sometimes fatal, TSS is an infection caused by the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, which can begin to colonize, reaching dangerous levels in the body through prolonged tampon use.
The bacteria produces harmful exotoxins that upon entrance into the bloodstream cause sudden fever, vomiting or diarrhea, muscle aches, confusion, headaches...
Zika virus outbreak linked to release of genetically engineered mosquitoes... disastrous unintended consequences now threaten life across the AmericasBy Mike Adams, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) GMO skeptics like myself have been warning for years of the unintended consequences of genetic pollution. Even when genetically engineered organisms are released into the world with the best of intentions, such actions can wreak havoc on the ecosystem and human civilization in ways that simply can't be foreseen by the world's most well-meaning scientists.
I specifically warned about this in 2012, listing the top 12 threats to humanity posed by out of control science. In that infographic...
It's not just Flint! Another town caught covering up lead in the water supplyBy Daniel Barker, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) As Flint, Michigan, continues to be faced with the challenge of cleaning up its own lead-tainted water supply, another city in the state of Ohio finds itself dealing with a similar problem.
Once again, federal, state and local officials have failed in their responsibility to a community to not only provide safe water, but also to inform citizens when dangerous levels of lead are present.
Residents of Sebring, Ohio, were outraged to find out that their city's water supply contained...
Doctors subject early-cancer patients to excessive radiation because it makes them more moneyBy Daniel Barker, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) In recent years, a new approach to treating breast cancer with radiation therapy has been developed. The introduction of hypofractionated whole breast irradiation (as opposed to conventional whole breast irradiation) has reduced the length of treatment by about half -- from between five and seven weeks to only three or four.
The treatment is just as effective, costs less and is vastly preferred by women undergoing radiation treatment after lumpectomies. The reduced duration of treatment...
Tragic cases of babies being born with intestines outside their bodies on the rise; 'experts' claim ignoranceBy Daniel Barker, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) Cases of a rare and life-threatening birth defect are on the rise, and medical experts claim to be baffled by the increase in incidences of the disease. The defect – gastroschisis – causes babies to be born with some of their internal organs protruding outside their bodies.
Although in most cases the newborns with the condition can be saved – particularly when the defect is recognized before birth – the condition can cause health complications later in life...
Some tips and tricks for growing fruit during winter monthsBy Harold Shaw, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) Some people have simply amazing green thumbs, but for most of us, indoor gardening can be quite the challenge. If this is also true in your case, then it might seem impossible that you can grow the most gorgeous, organic, healthy fruits in your own home. Fortunately, anyone can do it!
Especially during the winter, when some organic fruits are particularly difficult to find at the market, having a little indoor fruit garden can help you stay healthy through the harsh weather. All...
Even the CDC admits this vaccine doesn't workBy Jennifer Lea Reynolds, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) Here a vaccine, there a vaccine, everywhere a vaccine-vaccine.
Everywhere you look, there seems to be a sense of urgency to get one, from signs on street corners to ads in the newspaper. Undoubtedly, your own doctor has suggested that you and your children get such shots, warning of the health dangers if you don't. And of course, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises getting them; information on their website strongly urges doing so, stating the following:
Why doesn't the U.S. government track prescription drug death statistics more diligently ... since they spend so much time surveilling everything else?By David Gutierrez, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) Recent revelations that the National Security Agency (NSA) spied on the heads of state of countries allied with the United States – even after President Obama promised to end such spying – have sparked new debates about U.S. surveillance culture.
Yet, in a country that is increasingly collecting myriad forms of private data about all its citizens, one form of data goes surprisingly unrecorded: When a U.S. resident dies of a drug overdose, there is no requirement that...
When Amazon warehouse workers complained of sore feet from walking too much, the company simply replaced them with 30,000 robots (and counting)By David Gutierrez, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) Amazon.com's online sales empire is built on the ability to quickly deliver nearly any product straight to the customer's door. Increasingly, that speed is driven by automated systems, rather than human labor.
In 2012, the company purchased a robotics manufacturer named Kiva Systems for $775 million, and renamed it Amazon Robotics. In 2014, the company began using robots to do some of the merchandise selection and packaging at its warehouses. By the end of that year, there were 15...
American Girls dolls now come with 'diabetic accessories,' as poor diets leading to obesity and metabolic disorders in children is accepted as normalBy S. Johnson, December 30 2015
(NaturalNews) [Note: Natural News 100% supports preventing and treating diabetes, and we fully support those suffering with the disease. However, we are opposed to attempts by the consumer industry to normalize and profit from the disease rather than actually save children from it.
It's obvious from the "faux outrage" trolls posting comments on this story that the American people have been so utterly brainwashed by the pharmaceutical complex, they have no idea type 1 diabetes has a cause and isn't...
10 million disease-promoting bacteria are lurking on your keyboard and deskBy J. D. Heyes, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) The world is a dirty place, as most of us are aware, but some places are dirtier than others - and some are more dirty than we realize. Take your office desk and computer keyboard; who would have thought they could be such harbingers of disease?
Okay, well, nothing that is really life-threatening, granted. But in a recent study, researchers did find that in a number of cases, your desk can be dirtier than your bathroom.
Your keyboard is dirtier than your toilet seatAs...
Government officials alarmed by rapidly accelerating development of autonomous killer robotsBy Daniel Barker, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) It's difficult - particularly for observers of a certain age and cultural background - to resist drawing the obvious comparisons between science fiction and the reality which is now unfolding regarding the development of autonomous weapons systems, e.g. "The Rise of the Machines" and "Skynet."
Sci-fi references or not, it truly is a little spooky to live in a world with organizations (that are actually taken seriously) having names like the 'Campaign to Stop Killer Robots' - a name...
New Mexico nurse goes to remove IV from infant, ends up chopping off a toeBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, February 1 2016
(NaturalNews) A young mother from Farmington, New Mexico, was left heartbroken after her newborn came back from the hospital missing a toe. A nurse at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Hospital accidentally chopped off the infant's pinky toe when removing an IV.
Mother Erica Hogue gave birth to twins via emergency C-section at 29 weeks. One of her two boys made it through the surgery and was eventually cleared to go home with his mother. The other boy, Davante, was kept at the hospital due to...
Americans are eating themselves INSANE... causes of mental insanity identified in factory foodsBy Mike Adams, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) I've spent the last two years running a heavy metals analysis science lab (labs.naturalnews.com) and writing a detailed, heavily researched book on forensic food analysis. To my horror, I've come to the conclusion from all this that humanity is driving itself insane with relentless chemical contamination and heavy metals pollution that's driving human minds to clinical madness.
The real reason society is so incredibly insane at every level is rooted in the consumption of toxic heavy...
After chemotherapy left man with blisters on his hands and feet, cannabis oil CURED his cancerBy Jennifer Lea Reynolds, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) On Darren Miller's 50th birthday, he received the devastating news of a lung and pericardial heart sac cancer diagnosis in which he was given about one year to live – and that was with chemotherapy. However, the Illinois resident was having nothing to do with death sentences. Instead, he and his wife moved to California where he was able to use cannabis oil. While there, he even learn how to make it himself.(1)
The results just seven months later?
He's now cancer...
Emails prove Michigan governor knew about lead contamination of Flint water, but covered it up while children were poisonedBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) Day after day, month after month, the people of Flint, Michigan, were poisoned by increasing amounts of lead and other toxins coming from the city's water supply. The poisoning began in April 2014, when the source of the city's drinking water was switched from Detroit to the Flint River. The switch was to be a temporary one, as the city prepared to get its water from Lake Huron. During the switch, Flint city officials cut corners and knowingly allowed corrosive water to leach lead from...
US government trying to mandate toxic vaccines for all veterans (or deny them VA healthcare services)By Sarah Knight, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) The S.1203 bill has been quick to draw criticism from a variety of groups due to its controversial attempt to mandate vaccinations for all veterans that wish to receive medical services from the Veterans Administration (VA).(1)
It has long been suggested that veterans who seek medical care from the VA are experiencing long delays in treatment and sub-standard care. The need to rely upon non-VA care in many cases has started to raise questions about whether or not the VA...
Want to grow a garden with immediate results? Try these five fast-growing superfoodsBy David Gutierrez, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) Gardening is a great and cost-effective way to increase your intake of healthy plant foods, as well as increasing your family's self-sufficiency. But starting a garden can be daunting for people with limited experience. In particular, beginners may have trouble with the often months-long wait required before garden plants are ready for harvest.
Such reluctant gardeners should consider the following five plants, which are easy to grow, and deliver edible results within about a month...
US government uses fake cell towers on low-level spy planes to map physical location of all cell phone usersBy Daniel Barker, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) It seems that Big Brother never tires of finding new methods for keeping an eye on us.
The latest revelation involves a scheme that has been in progress for the last seven years, in which small aircraft are being used to collect information from cellphones by mimicking communication towers.
Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal reported on the activities of a US Marshal Service program which regularly sends Cessna airplanes on flights from five unnamed major airports carrying...
FDA considers new, implantable treatment for heroin, painkiller addiction ... Fighting drugs with drugsBy Jennifer Lea Reynolds, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) It's no secret that opioid addiction is a serious problem; the statistics speak for themselves. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 7,000 people are treated in emergency departments on a daily basis, because they used prescription drugs in ways that are inconsistent with their intended use. In 2013 alone, about two million Americans abused painkillers, most commonly Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, Oxymorphone, and Methadone – typically known as Vicodin...
The goal of U.S. foreign policy is to support the military-industrial complex through 'interminable war,' reveals former Bush officialBy J. D. Heyes, January 31 2016
(NaturalNews) In the manner of government propaganda and doublespeak contained in George Orwell's classic novel 1984, which envisioned the rise of an all-powerful, all-knowing central government, a former Bush official revealed recently that all war is peace and endless war is stability.
As reported by Zero Hedge, retired U.S. Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson said in a recent interview that the main "purpose" today of American foreign policy "is to support the complex that we have created in the national...
Kellogg's vows to cut hundreds of tons of sugar from children's cereals, but only after being financially threatened by the U.K. governmentBy Daniel Barker, January 30 2016
(NaturalNews) Major soft drink and cereal manufacturers in Britain have pledged to reduce sugar content in their products, but only to avoid a new 'sugar tax' being considered by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Cereal giant Kellogg's has promised to use 723 tons less sugar in all its cereals starting in 2016, including Frosties and Coco Pops – which currently contain 35 percent sugar.
Coca-Cola is expected to stand its ground regarding the sugar content in its main product (7 teaspoons...
One-third of people over 90 can retain and recall new info just as well as young peopleBy Julie Wilson staff writer, January 30 2016
(NaturalNews) Growing older isn't exactly something we look forward to. But fortunately, there are some things we can do to keep our brains sharp as we enter into our senior years. Keep Your Brain Young, written by Guy McKhann and Marilyn Albert, examines memory function in the elderly, as well as techniques for maintaining optimal brain power. The following is a snippet from the book:
Memory changes with ageIn middle age many people start to notice that their memory seems to be slipping a bit...
There are 'fracking' chemicals in your toothpaste, detergents and ice creamBy Jennifer Lea Reynolds, January 30 2016
(NaturalNews) Most people take measures to ensure that the items they use in their homes on a daily basis are not on par with things that are considered unsafe for their bodies or the environment.
However, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder have discovered that the toxic substances in fracking fluid, which are going down wells, are essentially the same as what's going down the drain in people's households. Their findings, which are published in the journal Analytical Chemistry...
U.S. missile defenses rendered totally obsolete by Mach 10 hypersonic missile developed by ChinaBy Daniel Barker, January 30 2016
(NaturalNews) China has just conducted the third flight test of a hypersonic missile which has the potential of breaching U.S. missile defense systems. The successful flight test of the Wu-14 hypersonic glide vehicle was carried out early in December, following two other tests which occurred earlier in 2014.
The Wu-14 is still in the developmental stage, but China plans to have it ready for deployment by 2020. The hypersonic glide vehicle has the capability of reaching speeds of Mach 10 (10 times...
Drive-thru supermarket invention allows people to keep getting fatter on processed junk foods without even having to leave their carsBy L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, January 30 2016
(NaturalNews) An immobile, self-crippling generation of processed, junk food dependents may have something to look forward to in the near future. A new drive-thru supermarket invention is poised to capitalize on consumer laziness, providing a unique drive-thru shopping experience that allows people to shop from the comfort of their own vehicles.
Instead of dragging their feet through the supermarket, barely making it through the checkout aisle, the future generation of lazy consumers will be able...
Chinese scientists genetically engineer monkeys to be autisticBy Sarah Knight, January 30 2016
(NaturalNews) In a controversial study that has been slammed by animal rights groups, scientists in China have engineered autistic macaques using a human "autism gene" that has been linked to autistic symptoms. The study hopes to find a treatment for the poorly understood disorder that can be severely debilitating for humans.
The engineered monkeys behave in similar ways to humans afflicted with autism, showing symptoms such as making repetitive gestures, being anxious and having poor social interaction...
TalkNetwork.com radio host and citizen journalist Pete Santilli arrested in Oregon standoff, charged with conspiracy against the U.S. governmentBy Mike Adams, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) To all Natural News readers: I normally wouldn't be posting this article on Natural News, as we've switched all politics and liberty coverage over to NewsTarget.com. But with all the rumors and speculation now circulating about Pete Santilli, I thought it important to chime in and issue our TalkNetwork.com joint statement from myself and the producers. It always disturbs me when citizen journalists get arrested and charged with serious crimes.
Before I get to that, let me disclose...
36 children die in war-torn Syria from UN measles vaccines; government claims vaccines were intentionally sabotagedBy J. D. Heyes, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) It isn't as if the current civil war in Syria has not already taken a ravenous toll on the Middle Eastern country's children, but so, too, has a recently administered measles vaccine that the Assad government claims was sabotaged.
According to a mid-September report by Britain's Telegraph newspaper, at least 36 children were recently reported to have died "excruciating deaths" after being given what Damascus says were "tainted" vaccines via a United Nations-sponsored program in the...
Group of scientists gave standing ovation for plan to kill 90 percent of human population with airborne EbolaBy Ethan A. Huff, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) Some clues about the origins of the latest Ebola outbreak may be found in the contents of a speech given at the 109th meeting of the Texas Academy of Science back in 2006. Professor Erik Pianka reportedly told his audience that the best way to kill off 90 percent of the human population would be to spread an airborne version of the Ebola virus, to which he received an enthusiastic standing ovation.
As reported by Australian journalist John Ballantyne, Pianka opened up the meeting...
North America being bathed in radiation from Fukushima... alarming levels now 1,000 times above normal for alpha particlesBy Sarah Landers, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) Official data reported at the National Conference on Radiation Control shows that the U.S. has been experiencing a huge spike in radiation from Fukushima. Levels are considered to be far exceeding the federal regulatory limit, with nearly 1,000 times the normal amount of alpha particles recorded, including plutonium.(1)
Data analysis of Californian air samples, taken seven weeks after Fukushima began to release radiation in 2011, shows gross alpha activity of 200
Flint, Michigan, still harassing public with past due water bills even though water is contaminated with toxic leadBy Harold Shaw, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) On January 5, a state of emergency was finally declared in Flint, Michigan. Having switched back to Detroit water in October 2015, the city of Flint still had a long way to go before their lead-poisoned water was once again safe to drink.
Nevertheless, it seemed as if the recent crisis never even took place when Flint decided to dish out around 1,800 water shut-off notices in November. These were to arrive at their respective households early in January, just as the state of emergency...
Stage 4 cancer survivor speaks the truth about cancerBy Jonathan Landsman, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) A diagnosis of cancer can bring immense fear, anxiety and feelings of hopelessness. Most newly diagnosed patients and their family members will listen closely to what their physician tells them is the best avenue for treatment, then follow that advice, relying completely on a course of radiation or chemotherapy to slow their cancer. But that way of combatting cancer - without changes to diet and lifestyle – never provides the cure.
The failure of Western medicine: Most conventionally...
Chinese hackers have been unleashed onto Taiwan over Chou Tzuyu Taiwan flag rowBy S. Johnson, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) A South Korean entertainment company, criticized for forcing a teenage Taiwanese K-pop star to apologize for waving a Taiwanese flag on South Korean TV, has had its website taken down by hackers, a spokesman said Tuesday.
JYP Entertainment represents the singer, Chou Tzuyu, who was accused of supporting Taiwanese independence after briefly waving the Republic of China (ROC) flag on a South Korean TV show.
The incident did not occur on live television, but went viral in China and...
Jury decides that 'climate necessity' excuses criminal actions, renders 'not guilty' verdictBy J. D. Heyes, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) To a liberal – especially a climate change activist – there is no such thing as the rule of law when it comes to saving the planet. In fact, when the planet is at stake, then anything goes.
That's the only way to explain how a jury in one of the country's most liberal, environmentally-conscious sectors of the country, could vote to acquit obvious lawbreakers whose defense was, in essence, acting out of "climate necessity."
As noted by The Daily Beast, Seattle-area...
Home schooling parents tasered, pepper-sprayed, children taken because of a neighbor complaint about a "messy home"By J. D. Heyes, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) More and more, Americans who are guilty of nothing more than noncompliance with the status quo are being targeted by an out-of-control system that bears virtually no resemblance whatsoever to the nation's constitutional founding principles.
The latest example of "the system" run amok involves a Missouri home schooling family that has filed suit against a local sheriff and another officer after they forcibly entered the family's home in 2011, used a Taser on the father, pepper spray...
Is the Gulf Stream broken? NOAA satellite data sounds alarmBy Jennifer Lea Reynolds, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) It's no secret that the weather is becoming more severe as time goes on. From places like Buffalo, New York, which recently got hit with a hefty 5 feet of snow during one storm, to other areas that experience extreme temperature fluctuations from one day to the next, it's obvious that the climate is changing.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA) satellite data and details from an animated map called the Earth Wind Map, show that it's not only changing, but that it's...
The illusion of choices in choosing a restaurant - Toxic factory food from a handful of suppliersBy Natural News Editor, January 29 2016
(NaturalNews) There are dozens of chain restaurants from which we can choose when we go out to eat. Some are fast-food eateries with counters for ordering, and others are traditional sit-down table service restaurants. Probably McDonalds is the most well-known fast-food chain, but dozens of other chains dot the landscape of towns and cities throughout America. (Story by John P. Thomas, republished from HealthImpactNews.com.)
As of 2012, there were 263,944 fast food restaurants in America with...
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