Common chemicals destroying humanity, suggests prominent journalist (NaturalNews) They are literally all around us, yet most people are unaware of their invasive presence: chemicals, and especially the hormone-mimicking variety. Everything from plastic bottles and receipts to clothing and furniture is silently teeming with them, and one prominent New York Times (NYT) journalist suggests that they could be humanity’s undoing. Also known as endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs), these hormone-mimicking compounds are increasingly turning up in scientific studies as a leading cause of many common conditions, including infertility, diabetes, obesity and cancer. Both males and females throughout the animal kingdom appear to be… View Articleclick here for more
Ex-Secret Service agent reveals ‘black helicopter’ truth ‘I don’t want to frighten anybody – but he doesn’t seem to be limited at all’ A former Secret Service agent whose book now is blazing its way through Amazon’s best-seller charts, currently ranking 38th overall, says he’s concerned the White House doesn’t seem to recognize limits on its power. Former agent Dan Bongino’s new book “Life Inside the Bubble: Why a Top-Ranked Secret Service Agent Walked Away From It All,” has just been released, and reveals what goes on in the White House after the news cameras are shut off. In an… View Articleclick here for more
Charles Schwab Warns “We Are In A Manipulated Market” While the world of mainstream media stock pundits would like investors to believe that there is a wall of money on the sidelines waiting anxiously to go all-in on stocks (bear in mind there’s a seller for every buyer and where does the cash on the sidelines go when it is handed over to the seller in return for his stock?), as none other than Charles Schwab notes in this brief Bloomberg TV clip, “investors are less rattled” than most believe, “and have stayed invested” in large part. “There hasn’t...
Charles Schwab Warns “We Are In A Manipulated Market” While the world of mainstream media stock pundits would like investors to believe that there is a wall of money on the sidelines waiting anxiously to go all-in on stocks...click here for more
Rob Ford still has 42% approval rating in Toronto and 33% would vote for him in next election, new poll finds More than 40% of Toronto voters still approve of the job Mayor Rob Ford has done and one-third of them would vote for him again, even after he admitted smoking crack cocaine and city council stripped him of much of his authority. A Forum Research survey of 1,049 Toronto voters released on Friday showed that 42% of respondents approve of the job Ford has been doing… View Articleclick here for more
MP seeks to establish Orthodox Christianity as national Constitution basis Center left MP Yelena Mizulina, known for her pro-life stance and conflicts with leaders of the LGBT community, has suggested amending the constitution emphasizing the exclusive role of the Russian Orthodox Church. Mizulina said at the Friday session of the parliamentary group for the protection of Christian values, that the Russian constitution should include a preamble saying that “Orthodox Christianity is the basis of national and cultural originality of Russia”. The move gained support from other participants in the session who represented the majority caucus of United Russia and the … View Articleclick here for more
Retired SF Police Officers Join NRA Lawsuit Against ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Ban Retired San Francisco police officers, a retired Navy master chief, and other city residents have joined the NRA in a lawsuit against the city’s ban on “high capacity” magazines. The suit was filed November 20th. According to The San Francisco Appeal, the suit contends that “limiting magazine capacity for law-abiding citizens to ten rounds decreases public safety by giving violent criminals an advantage and thus decreasing the likelihood a victim will survive a criminal… View Articleclick here for more
Right to Keep and Bear Arms Preceded U.S. Constitution The right to keep and bear arms preceded the U.S. Constitution, as our Founding Fathers “propounded” the right but did not create it. They enshrined it via the Bill of Rights, all the while knowing the origin of the right itself was to be found in “the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.” Thomas Jefferson learned these things from Common Law commentators like William Blackstone. It was Blackstone who so clearly showed that the right to be armed was a natural right “that common law might propound but did not… View Articleclick here for more
Man Facing Shooting Charges Sticks with ‘Joe Biden Defense’ A Vancouver, WA man facing charges for firing his shotgun into the air to scare off would-be intruders says he simply acted on Vice President Joe Biden’s advice. According to the AP, Jeffrey C. Barton says “he will not admit any wrongdoing for the [July] incident…because he was protecting his family, within his Second Amendment right, and following the advice of the vice president.” full story at http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/11/20/Man-Facing-Shooting-Charges-Sticks-With-Joe-Biden-Defenseclick here for more
Boeing 747 mistakenly lands at small Kansas airport DC News FOX 5 DC WTTG A Boeing 747 jumbo jet mistakenly landed a tiny airport in Wichita, Kansas late Wednesday, raising questions about whether or not the plane will be able to take off. KAKE.com reports that the jet used to haul 787 Dreamliner parts landed at Jabara Airport instead of its intended destination of McConnell Air Force Base. Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/24030715/boeing-747-mistakenly-lands-at-small-kansas-airport#ixzz2lJWf7BIb
Boeing 747 mistakenly lands at small Kansas airport DC News FOX 5 DC WTTG A Boeing 747 jumbo jet mistakenly landed a tiny airport in Wichita, Kansas late Wednesday, raising questions about whether or not the plane will be...click here for more
Some drivers along a busy Fort Worth street on Friday were stopped at a police roadblock and directed into a parking lot, where they were asked by federal contractors for samples of their breath, saliva and even blood. It was part of a government research study aimed at determining the number of drunken or drug-impaired drivers. “It just doesn’t seem right that you can be forced off the road when you’re not doing anything wrong,” said Kim Cope, who said she was on her lunch break when she was forced to pull over at the roadblock on Beach Street...
Some drivers along a busy Fort Worth street on Friday were stopped at a police roadblock and directed into a parking lot, where they were asked by federal contractors for samples of their breath, saliva and even blood. It...click here for more