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on February 22, 2014 in World News

Intravenous Vitamin C – A Cancer Killer The FDA Wants Banned

                  Intravenous Vitamin C – A Cancer Killer The FDA Wants Banned Vitamin C has a broad spectrum antioxidant function with the ability to protect cell structures and DNA from free radical damage. Vitamin C is remarkably safe even in enormously high doses. Compared to commonly used prescription drugs, side effects are virtually nonexistent. No matter how high the concentration, vitamin C does not harm healthy cells. Yet, through an array of enzymatic and metabolic reactions, vitamin C has an impressive ability to protect and treat and wide range of diseases, including… View Article

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on February 22, 2014 in World News

‘Sandy Hook was a scripted event, at least two years in planning’

                  School Safety Expert: ‘Sandy Hook was a scripted event, at least two years in planning’ A former law enforcement officer and national school safety consultant has publicly challenged the official narrative on Sandy Hook… After only filing Connecticut Freedom Of Information requests about the alleged Sandy Hook ‘massacre’, School Safety expert Wolfgang W. Halbig (photo, above) was visited by homicide detectives warning him that if he keeps making inquiries he would suffer the legal consequences. Halbig also discovered that the report on the Sandy Hook event was the first school shooting in US… View Article

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on February 21, 2014 in World News

Piers Morgan Shooting Himself in the Foot?

      Piers Morgan Shooting Himself in the Foot? the end, are guns what killed CNN’s “Piers Morgan Live”? The show, hosted by anti-gun crusader Morgan, continues to struggle in the Nielsens. And this month, the start of the Michael Dunn loud-music murder trial in Florida has put the issue of gun control back in the forefront. February has also produced six of the show’s smallest 10 audiences since it bowed in January 2011. Tuesday’s telecast, which included coverage of the uprisings in Kiev and an interview with Rudy Giuliani, drew the show’s second smallest audience to date in… View Article

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on February 20, 2014 in World News

FCC sidesteps explanation on controversial plan to ‘interfere with news stations’

  FCC sidesteps explanation on controversial plan to ‘interfere with news stations’ The US Federal Communications Commission announced it will pull back from an unpopular plan that proposed placing a federal agent inside newsrooms across the country, prompting media watchdogs to accuse the government of trying to restrict press freedom. The FCC first announced the plan, known as the ‘Multi-Market  Study of Critical Information Needs,’ (CIN) last year. It  presented vague notions about how FCC officials would observe   “the process by which stories are selected,” including  notions of “perceived station bias” and “perceived  responsiveness to underserved populations.” Ajit Pai, commissioner… View Article

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on February 20, 2014 in World News

Recording Traffic Stop Lands Davie Woman In Jail

Recording Traffic Stop Lands Davie Woman In Jail A Davie woman plans to sue the Broward Sheriff’s Office after she was forced to spend the night in jail for using her cellphone to record a deputy during a traffic stop. Last March, 33-year old Brandy Berning was pulled over by Lt. William O’Brien after she reportedly drove in the HOV lane at the wrong time, according to The Sun-Sentinel. As O’Brien approached her vehicle, Berning hit the record button on her phone. She recorded about 15 seconds of the conversation before telling O’Brien that he was being recorded. That’s when… View Article

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on February 20, 2014 in World News

Unrepentant Battleground Texas Now Subject to State Investigation

                      Unrepentant Battleground Texas Now Subject to State Investigation The most recent James O’Keefe expose released on Breitbart Texas showed a Battleground Texas field organizer engaging in a seemingly illegal data mining operation where confidential information from voter registration forms was being collected in an effort to help elect Wendy Davis as governor of Texas. The video has now triggered a process by which an investigation carried by the State of Texas may occur. In an interview with local San Antonio news, Bexar County Election Administrator Jacquelyn Callanen admitted to… View Article

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on February 19, 2014 in World News

McDonald’s employee fired for buying food for firefighters

McDonald’s employee fired for buying food for firefighters A McDonald’s employee who spend the past eight years working at the fast food chain was fired after she bought food for firefighters and then clashed with her boss over the issue. Heather Levia, a 23-year-old single mom with twins, told WIVB-TV  in western New York that she was working her standard morning  shift at McDonald’s when a group of firefighters came in. The  Allegany Fire Department had been in the news recently for  putting out a house fire in sub-zero temperatures, and Levia said  she wanted to show her gratitude by paying… View Article

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on February 19, 2014 in World News

Georgia teen killed by police was holding a Wii remote

Georgia teen killed by police was holding a Wii remote A 17-year-old high school student who wanted to be a US Marine was fatally shot by Georgia police officers who mistook the video game controller in his hand for a weapon, the lawyer representing his family says. Christopher Roupe was preparing to watch a movie when two police  officers showed up at the door to execute a probation violation  against his father, according to his family. Euharlee Police Chief Terry Hagert also stated that two officers  arrived at the home on Friday night. When Roupe answered the  door, the female… View Article

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on February 19, 2014 in World News

Report Shows Violent Crime Decreased as Gun Sales Increased

                    Report Shows Violent Crime Decreased as Gun Sales Increased Violent crime fell during the first six months of 2013–at the same time the number of gun purchases was expanding. According to preliminary FBI stats, “All offenses in the category of violent crime” fell during the first six months of 2013, compared to the same time period in 2012. UPI reports that this included “murder, non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, [and] aggravated assault and robbery.” Specifically, “murders declined by 6.9 percent, forcible rapes declined 10.6 percent, aggravated assaults decreased 6.6 percent and… View Article

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