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Second mysterious explosion rocks Idaho community

Second mysterious explosion rocks Idaho community A pair of explosions that occurred almost back-to-back over the course of a week in Idaho has left local residents and officials baffled. The latest in a growing series of mysterious boom events around the world with no apparent explanation, the explosions are being speculated by some as result of covert military experiments, underground “fracking” or some other top-secret government activity undisclosed to the public. The Idaho State Journal (ISJ) reports that residents of the town of Riverside, in Bingham County, heard loud booms the day after Christmas that prompted many of them to… View Article

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on January 11, 2015 in World News

Yet another cancer doctor admits fabricating false positives to profit from selling toxic chemotherapy

Yet another cancer doctor admits fabricating false positives to profit from selling toxic chemotherapy If you were to travel the world trying to search out the most insidious con artists, scammers, hucksters and quacks, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone worse than a pharma-centric oncology doctor. These are the highly-paid hucksters that poison people to death while pretending to sell them “treatment” for a disease they very often don’t even have in the first place. Case in point: the U.S. Department of Justice’s prosecution of Dr. Fata, who was arrested and charged with twelve counts of “Health Care Fraud” and… View Article

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Criminal Probe Launched Into Source of Drug-Laced Bread

Criminal Probe Launched Into Source of Drug-Laced Bread Some 40 people were sickened by bread laced with a synthetic drug in Santa Ana, police said At least 40 people in Orange County suffered symptoms ranging from nausea to hallucinations after eating Three Kings cake laced with a synthetic drug, prompting a criminal investigation of the bakery that made it, police said Friday. Officials closed Cholula’s Bakery in Santa Ana on Wednesday after up to 40 customers reported getting sick after eating Rosca de Reyes bread on Monday and Tuesday, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency. Nurses from...

Criminal Probe Launched Into Source of Drug-Laced Bread Some 40 people were sickened by bread laced with a synthetic drug in Santa Ana, police said At least 40 people in Orange County suffered symptoms ranging from nausea to hallucinations...

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on January 11, 2015 in World News

PEGIDA expects record rally on terror fears

PEGIDA expects record rally on terror fears Germany’s new anti-Islamic PEGIDA movement plans to rally again on Monday, with analysts expecting its ranks to swell by thousands following this week’s bloody jihadist violence in France. The leaders of the so-called “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident” have asked marchers to wear black armbands and observe a minute’s silence for “the victims of terrorism in Paris”. Many observers of the rise of the far-right populist movement in the eastern city of Dresden now expect it to seek to make political capital from the massacre at the French satirical magazine… View Article

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Bill Donohue: Charlie Hebdo Shows Western Values ‘Morally Destitute’

Bill Donohue: Charlie Hebdo Shows Western Values ‘Morally Destitute’ Bill Donohue, President of the Catholic League, argued that the cartoons published by French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo showed that “Western values are becoming morally destitute” on a special “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel on Saturday. Although Donohue said he didn’t want to prevent Charlie Hebdo from publishing their cartoons, he added “we’re not talking here about inoffensive depictions such as the Danish cartoons. We’re talking about toilet speech, we’re talking about anal sex, we’re talking about scatological commentary, we’re talking about the kinds of things which I don’t think… View Article

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CA Newspaper Vandalized for Using Term ‘Illegals’

CA Newspaper Vandalized for Using Term ‘Illegals’ The Santa Barbara News-Press will not change its usage of the term “illegals” to describe people in the United States without permission, despite an attack on Wednesday night or Thursday morning that left the message, “The border is illegal, not the people who cross it,” spray-painted in red on its front entrance. The paper had published a story regarding California giving illegal immigrants driver’s licenses and referred to the recipients as “illegals,” prompting an outcry from those claiming the term was inappropriate. Undaunted by the attack, according to Fox News, the paper defiantly… View Article

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on January 9, 2015 in World News

Cougar stalks cat into home

Cougar stalks cat into home When Vancouver Island resident Ted Benson heard a loud clicking sound coming from his porch Monday night, he figured there was probably a dog outside. Benson’s pet cat had just scampered through the open door of his Ucluelet home, which he was airing out after using his wood stove, and the clicking sound wasn’t far behind. To his surprise, it wasn’t a dog, but something with a much bigger set of claws – a cougar – and it strolled into his living room just steps behind his cat. “I thought immediately that this is a… View Article

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US Senate panel moves Keystone bill forward

US Senate panel moves Keystone bill forward WASHINGTON – A bill to approve the Canada-U.S. Keystone XL oil pipeline cleared a key Senate committee Thursday, setting up a fight next week pitting newly empowered Republicans against President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats. The Energy and Natural Resources committee moved the bill closer to the Senate floor by a 13-9 vote. Sen Joe Manchin, one of six Democrats sponsoring the bill, was the only Democrat to support it in committee. The House of Representatives will vote on its version of the bill Friday and is expected to pass it easily. The… View Article

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Conservatives winning values debate

Conservatives winning values debate The morning of the Paris massacre, this surfaced on the Internet: “Stephen Harper’s willingness to be tough with terrorists and dictators – in effect, punching above Canada’s foreign policy weight class – is something to be admired, whether you agree with him or not. But will it pay electoral dividends? Can Harper actually win an election against the surging Trudeau Liberals with foreign policy? Not a chance.” “Not a chance.” The author of that pithy observation was me. I wrote it in July, and – as the world this week contemplates the enormous implications of the… View Article

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RCMP says it investigates all threats against Thomas Mulcair

RCMP says it investigates all threats against Thomas Mulcair The RCMP says it thoroughly investigates all security threats against NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and takes “appropriate action” to protect his safety. The RCMP says it thoroughly investigates all security threats against NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair. “The RCMP takes all threats to the leader of the official Opposition, his family, and all members of Parliament very seriously. All threats are investigated fully to determine whether or not they are legitimate, and appropriate action and measures are taken to ensure their safety is protected at all times,” Sgt. Greg Cox, a spokesman… View Article

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