- July 31, 2014 - Today in History:
1792 - The cornerstone of the U.S. Mint in
Philadelphia, PA, was laid. It was the first
building to be used only as a U.S. government
1919 - Germany's Weimar Constitution was adopted.
1928 - MGM’s Leo the lion roared for the first time.
He introduced MGM’s first talking picture, "White
Shadows on the South Seas."
1945 - Pierre Laval of France surrendered to
Americans in Austria.
1948 - U.S. President Truman helped dedicate New
York International Airport (later John F. Kennedy
International Airport) at Idlewild Field.
1955 - Marilyn Bell of Toronto, Canada, at age 17,
became the youngest person to swim the English
1964 - The American space probe Ranger 7 transmitted
pictures of the moon's surface.
1971 - Men rode in a vehicle on the moon for the
first time in a lunar rover vehicle (LRV).
1981 - The seven-week baseball players’ strike came
to an end when the players and owners agreed on the
issue of free agent compensation.
1989 - A pro-Iranian group in Lebanon released a
videotape reportedly showing the hanged body of
American hostage William R. Higgins.
1991 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush and Soviet
President Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Strategic
Arms Reduction Treaty.
1999 - The spacecraft Lunar Prospect crashed into
the moon. It was a mission to detect frozen water on
the moon's surface. The craft had been launched on
January 6, 1998.
2007 - The U.N. Security Council unanimously
approved a 26,000-strong peacekeeping force for
Sudan's Darfur region.
2011 - President Obama and congressional leaders
announced a historic agreement on emergency
legislation to avert the nation's 1st ever financial
Gaza in Perspective: Hamas does the bidding of the Israeli state
Kurt Nimmo - Earlier this week the comedian Joan Rivers defended the
Israeli invasion of Gaza. During the TMZ interview Rivers said the death
rate in Gaza is to be expected and is legitimate because the
Palestinians initiated the violence. [Video contains profanity]
HSBC terminates Gaza-linked Islamic charity’s bank account and others
RT - HSBC has written to an array of UK Islamic charitable organizations
to inform them their accounts with the bank will be terminated. One such
organization has carried out relief work in crisis-stricken Gaza for
over a decade.
US to sell largest ever Hellfire missile cache to Iraq
The United States is preparing to sell the Iraqi government 5,000
Hellfire missiles through a proposed $700 million deal intended to equip
Baghdad with additional power as militants from the Islamic State
continue to wage a campaign across the region.
How sanctions will affect the West’s $35bn invested in Russian oil
RT - The US and EU have banned the export to Russia of hi-tech oil
equipment needed in Arctic, deep sea, and shale extraction projects.
This will leave Western companies, which have an estimated $35 billion
invested in Russian oil, in a bind.
Russia fears Kiev trying to destroy implicating MH17 evidence
RT - Kiev authorities may be seeking to “destroy evidence” which
implicates their role in the crash of the Malaysian jet, Russia's UN
envoy Vitaly Churkin said, expressing concerns over the ongoing military
operation in E. Ukraine in breach of UN resolution.
Dutch, Australian experts reach MH17 crash site for 1st time
RT - Dutch and Australian forensic teams have reached the Malaysian
Airlines crash site in eastern Ukraine for the first time, accompanied
by OSCE monitors, after almost a week of trying to access the scene.
US military official: Washington gives Israel munitions stockpile for
Press TV - A US military official said on Thursday that the stockpile,
which consists of missiles, armored vehicles and artillery ammunition,
was given last week. The emergency arms depot is located at a classified
site inside Israel.
IDF accuses Palestinians of firing from vicinity of UNRWA school, says
jpost.com - Palestinian health officials in the Gaza Strip reported
early Wednesday that 20 people were killed when an UNRWA school in the
Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip was shelled by the IDF.
Gaza hospitals face enormous crisis says Expert
Press TV - Gaza’s hospitals have reported that they are running short on
critical supplies needed to attend to the rising number of patients and
casualties worsened by the escalating Israeli attacks.
Bolivia declares Israel ‘terrorist state’, scraps visa exemption
RT - Bolivia has declared Israel to be a “terrorist state” and renounced
a visa exemption agreement with the country in protest over the ongoing
Israeli military offense in Gaza which already killed more than 1,300
dead and left over 7,000 wounded.
Russia: US claims on nuclear missiles treaty unfounded, we have
RT - Moscow has slammed Washington’s allegations that Russia breached
the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, calling the claims
unsubstantiated. It added Russia also has complaints about the US’s
fulfillment of their obligations under the treaty.
Shock and terror: Islamic State boasts mass executions in Iraq (GRAPHIC)
RT - As part of their psychological war to create a medieval-style
caliphate, the Islamic State has released a new shocking video showing
scenes of mass executions, warning Iraqi soldiers and others who dare to
resist that they will be rounded up and killed.
One million barrels of Iraqi oil ‘stranded’ off coast of Texas
RT - A ship containing roughly one million barrels of crude oil from
Iraq’s Kurdistan region is in a state of limbo off the coast of the
United States, as its entry is prohibited due to a lawsuit filed by
Iraq’s central government.
EU on high alert as Germany agrees to accept Ebola patients
RT - A German hospital has agreed to treat Ebola patients amid
widespread fears of a possible outbreak of the deadly disease in Europe.
Over 670 people have already been killed by the disease in West Africa
with doctors struggling to control the epidemic.
With Possible 'Major Public Health Impact,' First Malaria Vaccine
Common Dreams - Research publication on effectiveness of new vaccine
follows announcement by pharmaceutical corporation GlaxoSmithKline that
it is applying for first ever approval of anti-malaria vaccine on EU
U.S. News, Politics & Government
House approves lawsuit against Obama over abuse of executive
Fox News - The House backed the lawsuit resolution on a vote of
225-201, with all Democrats opposed.... The lawsuit will focus
on how Obama has carried out his health care overhaul....
Republicans say there are other examples of Obama exceeding his
powers. These include failing to notify Congress in advance when
he traded five Taliban members held at the prison at Guantanamo
Bay, Cuba, for the captive Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, and
unilaterally preventing the deportation of some children who
illegally immigrated to the U.S.
This Is What Is Going To Happen If Ebola Comes To America
Economic Collapse - If the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded
history reaches the United States, federal law permits "the
apprehension and examination of any individual reasonably
believed to be infected with a communicable disease". These
individuals can be "detained for such time and in such manner as
may be reasonably necessary".
Ebola outbreak may already be uncontrollable; Monsanto invests
in Ebola treatment drug company as pandemic spreads
(NaturalNews) One fascinating development worth investigating
further is that TEKMIRA Pharmaceuticals, a company working on an
anti-Ebola drug, just received a $1.5 million cash infusion from
none other than Monsanto.
House GOP Leadership Bill Softer on Illegals than Cruz-Blackburn
Border Crisis Legislation
Breitbart - The language of the legislation that House GOP
leadership will offer a vote on to win over conservatives on a
border crisis bill contains significant differences from
language Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)
introduced a couple weeks ago.
Border Crisis Poll: Public Turns Against Obama, Democrats &
Breitbart - A new AP-GfK polls is all around bad news for
President Obama, Democrats, and a mainstream media determined to
push his amnesty agenda.
Illegal Alien Crime Victims Invite Boehner to Border, Plead for
Breitbart - Several family members of victims of horrific crimes
committed by illegal aliens have invited House Speaker John
Boehner to visit the U.S. Border with Mexico with them in a
fiery letter provided exclusively to Breitbart
Obama Approves Secret Nuclear Weapons Deal With UK
Common Dreams - President Barack Obama has quietly agreed to a
secret ten-year deal with the United Kingdom to collaborate on
nuclear weapons technology and materials—sparking concern among
advocates of nuclear disarmament, who say the countries should
be cooperating to dismantle—not develop—their arsenals.
Judge Puts IRS in Uncomfortable Position – Aug. 10 Deadline
preservefreedom.org - Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan has ordered
the IRS they must have an explanation how the IRS manged to lose
sensitive emails which were sent by Lois Lerner from mid-2009 to
mid-2011. The IRS must testify, under-oath, by the 10th of
August explaining how the emails associated with the targeting
of conservative groups managed to disappear into thin air.
Witness: More Oklahoma Bombing Videos May Exist
ABC News - A police officer who was at the scene of the 1995
Oklahoma City bombing says he saw surveillance cameras at the
federal building that may have recorded the attack. Former
Oklahoma City police officer Don Browning testified Wednesday he
saw FBI agents taking cameras off the federal building.
Obamacare: The Bait-And-Switch Double Whammy
Forbes - The IRS this week released the tax forms to be used for
2014, proving demonstrably that the individual mandate penalty
is a tax. How do we know? It appears on line 61 of the new 1040
21 Ways To End The Phrase ‘Americans Are So Broke…’
Economic Collapse - Did you know that 77 million Americans have
unpaid debts that are "in collections" and that Congress is
actually thinking about letting post offices offer payday loans?
We live in a country where almost everyone is drowning in debt
and where most people are either flat broke or very close to
Neonicotinoids to be banned in American Northwest and Hawaii in
effort to save pollinators
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided to
end their use of neonicotinoids, an insecticide resembling
nicotine that kills a variety of pests and has been proven
deadly to the environment.
Songbirds Dying From DDT in Michigan Yards
Common Dreams - Superfund site blamed ... The results, revealed
last week: The neighborhood’s songbirds are being poisoned by
DDT, a pesticide that was banned in the United States more than
40 years ago.... While there is a long-term health study for
residents who had been exposed to PBBs, no one is monitoring
their exposure to DDT or looking for possible human health
Proposed EPA Clean Power Plan Promise Devastating Losses,
atr.org - Along with being a massive overreach of authority, the
new rules stand to destroy jobs and sharply drive up electricity
prices, all while putting a negligible dent in our country’s
overall carbon emissions.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Small town business owner spent 7 years building up organic meat
company, only to be shut down by village board
(NaturalNews) Iowa-based Black Earth Meats (a USDA-certified
organic meat company) was recently shut down by an impatient and
uncompromising village board. Just as the company was about to
expand, the Black Earth Village Board members threatened
litigation and shut them down. Black Earth Meats was doing
The Big Blackout: Why I’m Going Low-Tech to Prep for an EMP
The Daily Sheeple - When things change dramatically, perhaps we
should accept the change and adapt to it, instead of trying to
maintain the illusion that everything is the same.
Survival Food – 10 You Should Be Growing Yourself
The Daily Sheeple - You can save a LOT of money, and get
nutritionally superior food for getting your family, or
community through tough times, by growing it yourself. You just
need to make sure you pick the right crops that can actually get
you through tough times. Here’s an infographic we thought would
help you in picking the best survival food for growing during
long-term disaster scenarios.
Warning: MSG could be hiding in many of your family's food
(NaturalNews) Monosodium glutamate, or MSG, is a food additive
often used to enhance the flavor of foods, in particular
processed ones. Hundreds of millions of pounds of MSG are added
to foods worldwide every year. You probably already know about
the harmful health effects of MSG and are trying to avoid it.
But did you know that it could actually be hiding in your food
under other names?
Ditch toxic commercial air fresheners and try these natural
methods for air purification
(NaturalNews) Sure, many aisles in stores smell wonderful, as
swirls of cinnamon, vanilla and fresh linen scents waft through
the air. However, these pleasantries, which are often designed
to reduce unappealing household odors, are not only merely
masking the offensive smells but are wreaking havoc on health.
Tree nuts good for blood sugar levels in people with Type 2
Natural Blaze - Eating tree nuts appears to help lower and
stabilize blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes
compared to those on a control diet, a new study has found.
Studies: Delicious Smells and Tastes Are Directly Linked to a
Strong Immune System
Alliance for Natural Health - The area of the brain that
processes smell and taste signals forms a direct neurological
pathway to the immune system. In other words, pleasant tastes
and smells strengthen your immune system. Delicious food is
healing food, quite literally. Unfortunately, many drugs can
dull our smell and taste sense perception.
Revolutionary new blood test 'could detect ALL types of cancer'
Daily Mail - Early results have shown the simple test can
diagnose cancer and pre-cancerous conditions from the blood of
patients with melanoma, colon cancer and lung cancer with a high
degree of accuracy.
- July 30, 2014 - Today in History:
1729 - The city of Baltimore was founded in
1937 - The American Federation of Radio Artists (AFRA)
was organized as a part of the American Federation
1942 - The WAVES were created by legislation signed
by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The members
of the Women's Accepted for Volunteer Emergency
Service were a part of the U.S. Navy.
1945 - The USS Indianapolis was torpedoed by a
Japanese submarine. The ship had just delivered key
components of the Hiroshima atomic bomb to the
Pacific island of Tinian. Only 316 out of 1,196 men
aboard survived the attack.
1956 - The phrase "In God We Trust" was adopted
as the U.S. national motto.
1965 - U.S. President Johnson signed into law Social
Security Act that established Medicare and Medicaid.
It went into effect the following year.
1974 - The U.S. House of Rep. Judiciary Committee
voted to impeach President Nixon for blocking the
Watergate investigation and for abuse of power.
2002 - Expelled from Congress a week earlier, James
A. Traficant Jr. was sentenced to eight years behind
bars for corruption.
2003 - In Mexico, the last 'old style' Volkswagon
Beetle rolled off an assembly line.
2008 - Ex-Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was
extradited to The Hague to face genocide charges
after nearly 13 years on the run.
Israel shells another UN school in Gaza, kills 20
Press TV - Scores of people also suffered injuries in the deadly attack
on the UN-run school, which was used as a shelter by Palestinian
families against the Israeli offensive.
"Shocked" White House Slams "Fabrication" After Israel TV Leaks Damning
Transcript Of Obama-Netanyahu Phone Call
Zero Hedge - While the US continues to escalate the conflict with Russia
in a tit-for-tat recreation of the Cold War, things for US foreign
policy just keep going from bad to worse, with the latest insult coming
from none other than close US ally, Israel.
A Look Inside The World's Largest Naval Exercise
Zero Hedge - The US Navy, perhaps ironically, begins their introduction
to RIMPAC by saying "The future is maritime partnerships." Of course,
there is the ubiquitous hashtag (#PartnershipsMatter) and statement of
fellowship, "The world’s navies must be able to come together quickly to
work on common interests and things that are important worldwide."
Helsinki Airport Tracks You to Sell More, Reduce Jams
Bloomberg - Helsinki’s airport will be the first in the world to track
passengers to within feet. The plan is being hailed as a technological
breakthrough -- and is drawing scrutiny from privacy advocates.
Smallpox: A Deadly Shell Game
New Eastern Outlook - The recent announcement by the WHO that it was
postponing a decision on destroying the remaining smallpox
depositories—one allegedly in Russia at VECTOR and the other in the
United States at the CDC—may not have been prompted by what the press
has termed a difference of opinion between research groups. In fact, the
WHO may have no idea how many labs actually possess the deadly variola
EU and US impose new round of sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
RT - Both the European Union and the United States announced a new round
of sanctions against Moscow on Tuesday, accusing the Kremlin of
supporting anti-Kiev militias in eastern Ukraine and threatening to
cripple the Russian economy.
Kiev forces fire ballistic missiles into E. Ukraine says CNN media
RT - In the past two days Kiev’s forces have launched several
short-range ballistic missiles into areas in east Ukraine controlled by
self-defense forces, CNN reports, citing US government sources.
US Says Russia Tested Illegal Cruise Missile
Business Insider - In another sign of deteriorating relations between
the United States and Russia, the U.S. government said on Monday that
Moscow had violated the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces treaty, and it
urged immediate bilateral talks on the issue.
Global Elite Agitating for War Against Russia
Kurt Nimmo - Insane bill in Senate will ultimately result in nuclear
destruction. Victoria Nuland — who acted as the front person for the
State Department’s coup in Kiev — bluntly expressed the opinion of the
United States toward the European Union back in February.
Chinese hackers obtained info on Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense
system says report
RT - In a raid seeking information related to Israel’s Iron Dome missile
defense system, Chinese hackers infiltrated the databases of three
Jewish defense contractors.
‘No children left in Gaza!’ Right-wing Israeli mob mocks deaths in
anti-Gaza chant (VIDEO)
RT - A right-wing Israeli mob has been caught on film seemingly
celebrating the deaths of Palestinian children in Operation Protective
Edge. Over 1,200 Palestinians have been killed in Israel’s latest
offensive, including over 200 children.
25 Recent Events Causing WW3 They Want You To Forget
Activist Post - Remember when our rulers told us that regimes like
Saddam, Gaddafi, and Assad were the epitome of evil and must be
liberated because they allegedly killed their own citizens? Probably
not. Americans have short memories.
Australian Government Pushing ‘Internet Tax’ To Pay For NSA Style Spying
Steve Watson - The Australian government is pushing to implement a
”surveillance tax” on the people of the country in order to pay for a
mandate that would see communications companies retaining data on
customers for two years. In a disturbing development that should serve
as a warning to Americans, the Australian Attorney-General admitted that
the surveillance system is ”under active consideration by the
U.S. News, Politics & Government
If Ebola Hits U.S., Even Healthy Americans Will be Quarantined
Paul Joseph Watson - With concerns growing over the deadly Ebola
virus, which has killed 670 people in West Africa, preparations
are already underway in the United States, where even healthy
Americans will be subjected to forced quarantine in the event of
an Ebola pandemic.
Congressional Report: Ebola Bio Kits Deployed to National Guard
Units In All 50 States
Mac Slavo - The Department of Defense informed Congress that it
has deployed biological diagnostic systems to National Guard
support teams in all 50 states, according to a report published
by the Committee on Armed Services.
Jeff Sessions: House Border Bill Is a ‘Surrender To a Lawless
National Review - Senator Jeff Sessions (R., Ala.) denounced the
House Republican border bill as a “surrender to a lawless
president” because the legislation does not include any language
to prevent President Obama from expanding his unilateral
legalization of illegal immigrants.
Feds Force Rural Texas County to Pay Thousands to Hold Illegals
Breitbart - Bell County, Texas, has spent almost $200,000 so far
this year on detainers, or "immigration holds," for illegal
New York State and DHS collecting and archiving tens of millions
of records that track vehicle movement
Blacklisted News - In a crime-fighting tactic that sets civil
libertarians’ teeth on edge, police in Monroe County and other
urban counties across New York state are collecting and
archiving tens of millions of records that track vehicle
White House Blocks Construction of ‘Lifesaving’ Road, Tells
Alaskans: ‘Get Over It’
Breitbart - Alaskans living on an isolated Aleutian Island,
miles from emergency medical care, sued the Obama administration
in 2013 for blocking a gravel road that would wind through the
Izembek National Wildlife Refuge and allow residents to reach a
vital airport. Since then, the administration has not budged –
and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell reportedly told concerned
state lawmakers to "get over it" on Friday.
Lawmakers struggle to seal $225M Iron Dome package
AP - Democrats and Republicans in Congress vowed urgent support
Tuesday for a $225 million missile defense package for Israel,
boosting the likelihood that legislation will clear Congress
before lawmakers begin a monthlong vacation at week's end.
Illegal Immigrant Children Flooding Into U.S. for Free Goodies,
Not to Escape Violence
Kurt Nimmo - A law enforcement intelligence report, however,
disputes the claim about Central American violence pushed by the
government. Instead, according to a report received by KRGV, the
influx is the direct result of people in Central America being
told they will be provided with permits and be allowed to stay
in the United States and “reunite with their families and better
themselves financially.” The report also states violence in
Central America is in decline.
Washington, DC ban on carrying handguns again in effect, being
enforced by police
RT - The ongoing saga of the constitutionality and
enforceability of Washington, DC’s handgun ban added yet another
new chapter today, as the federal judge who ruled it
unconstitutional issued a stay. The police chief also told
officers to renew enforcing it.
Albuquerque Police Department Considers Scrapping MRAP Armored
Paul Joseph Watson - Albuquerque Police Department is
considering scrapping use of its MRAP armored vehicle after a
deluge of negative press attention and complaints that the
vehicle is a sign of America’s slide into a militarized police
Homeland Security Agents Raid Home to Seize Land Rover For
Violation of EPA Regulations
Paul Joseph Watson - In another example of how the Department of
Homeland Security has expanded far outside the purview of its
original function, six vehicles full of DHS agents were required
to seize a Land Rover from a couple in Statesville, N.C. due to
the fact that the vehicle allegedly violates EPA emission
Taxpayers Pinched for Pizza Subsidy
Breitbart - One of three pizza parlors in Taylor, north of
Austin, is getting more than $200,000 in taxpayer money as an
incentive to expand operations. The handout came after a Texas
A&M Engineering Extensive Service report found that there were
was a "lack of youth activities/hangouts” in the city north of
85 Super Wealthy People Have More Money Than The Poorest 3.5
Economic Collapse -The global economy is structured to
systematically funnel wealth to the very top of the pyramid, and
this centralization of global wealth is accelerating with each
passing year. According to the United Nations, 85 super wealthy
people have more money than the poorest 3.5 billion people on
the planet combined. And 1.2 billion of those poor people live
on less than $1.25 a day.
35 Percent in U.S. Facing Debt Collectors
Blacklisted News - More than 35 percent of Americans have debts
and unpaid bills that have been reported to collection agencies,
according to a study released Tuesday by the Urban Institute.
Robot sales rise as unemployment rate continues to fall
techswarm.com - (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA) Fueled by strong
demand from manufacturing companies in all sectors, the North
American robotics industry is off to its fastest start ever in
2014, according to new statistics released from Robotic
Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group. A
record 14,135 robots, valued at $788 million were ordered from
North American robotics companies in the first half of 2014, an
increase of 30% in units and 16% in revenue over the same period
Look Again: Who is Behind UK's Initiative to "Help the Bees"?
Activist Post - A report released today by Parliament's
Environmental Audit Committee critiques the government's draft
National Pollinator Strategy, which sets out plans to halt the
decline in pollinating insects like bees.... The list of
consultees appears here. Whaddya know? On that list, among many
Big Agri and Big Biotech interests, appears BASF, Bayer
CropScience, and Syngenta. Also, the Crop Protection
Association, of which Syngenta is a member.
Coming Soon: "Digital Resurrection" of Presidents and Campaign
Holograms for 2016
Activist Post - Also known as "telepresence," the use of
holograms is on the rise. Instead of Princess Leia, the last 5
years have ushered in real-world holograms that have been used
to resurrect dead musicians, to create new musical stars in
Japan, and and to transport political analysts into the studio
of their choice.
Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
Glyphosate found in malformed piglets says study
GM Watch - Glyphosate has been found in malformed piglets. The
research study was conducted by a team of researchers from
Germany and Egypt in collaboration with the Danish pig farmer Ib
Pedersen, whose pigs were analysed for glyphosate content.
Win: EPA Denies Texas’ Farmers Request to Use Dangerous
Herbicide on Fields
Natural Society - The EPA denied an emergency request from Texas
to use toxic propazine to kill the resistant superweeds, for
once protecting people from more biotech poison.
UPDATE 1-U.S. GMO crop companies double down on anti-labeling
(Reuters) - The companies disclosed $9.3 million in lobbying
expenditures in 2013 that made reference to GE labeling and $9
million lobbying Congress in the first quarter of 2014, the
report said. Despite the efforts, the industry still is fighting
an uphill battle, Enright said. Consumers and lawmakers who fear
the crops are unsafe and/or environmentally harmful are seeking
mandatory labeling of GMO foods in many states and at the
Farmers Say GMO Corn No Longer Resistant to Pests
(Reuters) - Genetically modified corn seeds are no longer
protecting Brazilian farmers from voracious tropical bugs,
increasing costs as producers turn to pesticides, a farm group
said on Monday.... Experts in the United States have also warned
about corn production prospects because of a growing bug
resistance to genetically modified corn. Researchers in Iowa
found significant damage from rootworms in corn fields last
The right time to go rural is now
Underground Medic - It may not be war that triggers a complete
brakedown in the fabric of society. Total economic collapse,
food prices soaring out of reach leaving families hungry,
terrorist attacks…they all have the potential to trigger a
breakdown of society, marking an end to life as we know it. The
question is, when is the right time to leave the cities? The
answer is quite simply before anything major happens.
11 Foods That Make You Hungrier
abcnews.go.com - what if the foods you're eating actually make
you hungrier than you were before you dug in? Check out the 11
foods that can make you feel like you're running on empty—even
when your stomach is stuffed.
An Ebola vaccine was created back in 2009…so where is it now?
The Daily Sheeple - After reading WRSA’s post about the recent
Ebola virus outbreak I got (more than) a little worried. Decided
to do a little digging online. Found a few reports out of Canada
about a vaccine. At the time of publication, it was only tested
on macaque monkeys. But it is dated 2009!
What they won't tell you: The sun is a full-spectrum medicine
that can heal cancer
(NaturalNews) "Those that have attempted to convince the world
that the Sun, the Earth's primary source of energy and life
causes cancer, have done so with malicious intent to deceive the
masses into retreating from the one thing that can prevent
6 Food Industry Tricks You Don’t Know About
Dr. Mercola - If you shop in a typical US supermarket or big-box
store, there may be more to your food purchases than meets the
eye. Even the simplest of foods – apples, oranges, and chicken,
for example – are commonly altered, treated with chemicals, or
even injected with artificial coloring.
FDA’s Latest Attempt to Ban the Natural Form of a B Vitamin -
Alliance for Natural Health - According to the FDA’s 109-page
proposed guidance, the word “folate” will be banned from the
Supplement Fact labels, and only the term “folic acid” will be
allowed. Since it would be fraudulent for the supplement to list
synthetic folic acid among its ingredients but to use natural
folate instead, this is a backdoor way of banning folate.
Three potent natural remedies to relieve the uncomfortable
symptoms of allergies
(NaturalNews) Do natural remedies for allergies work? As far as
dealing with allergies is concerned, Mark Stengler, ND, assures
us that "natural remedies are strong enough that you won't have
to take drugs - you'll get all the relief you need." Here are
three such natural remedies.
Study Combines Turmeric with Big Pharma Drug to Kill Cancer
Natural Society - Researchers have paired the spice turmeric
with the anti-nausea drug thalidomide to create “hybrid
molecules” to kill multiple myeloma cancer cells.
The Mineral That Can Improve Your Life
Natural Blaze - One mineral that’s part of a healthy diet is
zinc. Zinc has recently been recognized as one of the most
important trace metals for human nutrition and lifestyle,
according to a new review published by the Institute of Food
This Is How Doctors Improperly and Unnecessarily Label Millions
With High Blood Pressure To Prescribe Medication
preventdisease.com - There are millions of people who are
currently being misclassified as having high blood pressure,
when in fact findings show that these people are not actually
more likely to die prematurely than those with 'normal' blood
pressure. In addition, what used to be classified as normal or
high-normal blood pressure (a systolic pressure of 120-139 mm Hg
and diastolic pressure of 80-89 mm Hg) is now categorized as
Want Natural Food Coloring? Add These Purple Sweet Potatoes to
the Line Up
Natural Society - The little-grown purple sweet potato could be
used to develop a plant-based food coloring that is both safe
(unlike artificial colors) and pretty.
5 Proven Ways To Reduce Wrinkles Naturally
Green Med Info - The beauty industry focuses almost exclusively
on external issues. But skin reflects the health of your entire
body from the inside out. It tells the story of chronic stress,
the toxins in your food, chemicals in your environment, and
lifestyle choices. There is no magic bullet to repair the skin
from all that.
Beware of This Deadly Spiked Plant That Can Invade Your Pet's
Dr. Becker - Foxtails are so dangerous because they can quickly
make their way into your dog’s body through literally any
orifice, including the nose, eyes, ears and mouth. They can also
puncture the skin. Once inside your dog’s body, foxtails can
create abscesses, damage tissue, and cause an infection known as
grass awn disease.
- July 29, 2014 - Today in History:
1773 - The first
schoolhouse to be located west of the Allegheny
Mountains was built in Schoenbrunn, OH.
1786 - "The Pittsburgh Gazette" became the first
newspaper west of the Alleghenies to be published.
The paper's name was later changed to "The
1914 - The first transcontinental telephone service
was inaugurated when two people held a conversation
between New York, NY and San Francisco, CA.
1958 - The National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) was authorized by the U.S.
1967 - Fire swept the USS Forrestal in the Gulf of
Tonkin, killing 134 servicemen.
1968 - Pope Paul VI reaffirmed the Roman Catholic
Church's stance against artificial methods of birth
1975 - OAS (Organization of American States) members
voted to lift collective sanctions against Cuba. The
U.S. government welcomed the action and announced
its intention to open serious discussions with Cuba
1993 - The Israeli Supreme Court acquitted retired
Ohio autoworker John Demjanjuk of being Nazi death
camp guard "Ivan the Terrible." His death sentence
was thrown out and he was set free.
1997 - Minamata Bay in Japan was declared free of
mercury 40 years after contaminated food fish were
blamed for deaths and birth defects.
2005 - Astronomers announced that they had
discovered a new planet (Xena) larger than Pluto in
orbit around the sun.
2008 - Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, was indicted on
seven felony counts of concealing more than a
quarter of a million dollars in house renovations
and gifts he had received from a powerful oil
contractor. (A judge later dismissed the case,
saying prosecutors had withheld evidence.)
2008 - Army scientist Bruce Ivins commited suicide
as prosecutors prepared to indict him in the 2001
Israel intensifies Gaza shelling, warns of ‘protracted campaign’
RT - The Israeli military intensified the shelling of Gaza overnight,
killing at least 26 people and leaving hundreds injured in air and
missile strikes. Israel's PM told citizens to prepare for a “protracted
campaign” until the “mission is accomplished.”
1130 Palestinians killed in Israeli attacks on Gaza
Press TV - The Palestinian death toll from Israel’s 22-day deadly
military offensive against the blockaded Gaza Strip has risen to at
Gaza’s only power plant shut down by Israeli shelling
RT - Over a million people in Gaza could be without electricity after
Israeli tank shells hit the fuel depot of the enclave’s only power
station, causing it to shut down. Its director, Mohammed al-Sharif,
said, "The power plant is finished.”
8 children killed as missiles hit Gaza playground, hospital
RT - Hopes for an imminent end to the Gaza conflict are fading, with
renewed violence bringing new casualties. Israel and Hamas blame each
other after eight children were killed and 46 others injured by a
missile that landed in a Gaza refugee camp playground.
Barack Obama banned from entering Chechnya
The Guardian - On Saturday Ramzan Kadyrov, the president of the small
Russian republic that has been the scene of two devastating separatist
wars in the past 20 years, said he was placing Obama on a list of people
banned from visiting.
Some antibiotics with your Сheeseburger? Russia regulator probes
RT - Natamycin, one of the substances in question, is a polyene
macrolide antibiotic that keeps packaged products from growing mold and
yeast, and is common in pre-sliced and shredded cheeses. The US Federal
Department of Agricultural allows the addition of antibiotics to these
products for this reason.
Another State Department Hoax?
Paul Craig Roberts - I have an email that purports to be from the State
Department Press Office. It is dated today, Sunday, July 27, 2014 at
8:45 AM EDT. It reads: State Department Press Corps: Sharing with you
the attached document with DNI images — evidence of Russia firing into
MH17 Verdict: Real Evidence Points to US-Kiev Cover-up of Failed “False
Global Research - In this report, we will lay out the facts based on a
wide breadth of available information and data surrounding MH17. We will
also present and give critique to Washington and Kiev’s “mountain of
evidence” that has saturated US and European-based media coverage since
the incident took place.
Multiple Reports: Ukrainian Fighter Jets Were with Malaysian Flight 17
When It Was Shot Down
Washington’s Blog - Is THIS Why the Plane Was Shot Down?
North Korea Vows to Nuke White House
Kurt Nimmo - A top military official for the North Korean government has
vowed to nuke the White House and the Pentagon for increasing tensions
on the Korean peninsula.
ALERT: Delivered By Airplane: Ebola Now Threatens 21 Million People In
Major Metro Area
Mac Slavo - Now, amid the highly publicized infection of a leading Ebola
doctor, the first case of the virus traveling aboard a commercial
passenger airline has been confirmed.
Liberia Shuts Down Border Crossings as Ebola Death Toll Climbs
Common Dreams - Health officials say the epidemic, which has killed more
than 670 people in four West African countries, is "out of control,"
while Liberia's president has closed all but three land border
crossings, restricted public gatherings, and quarantined communities
heavily affected by the outbreak.
River In China Mysteriously Turns Bloody Red Overnight
Yahoo News - Residents in Zhejiang province said the river looked normal
at 5 a.m. Beijing time on Thursday morning. Within an hour, the entire
river turned crimson. Residents also said a strange smell wafted through
U.S. News, Politics & Government
House votes to block president from sending US troops to fight
The Guardian - The US House of Representatives voted
overwhelmingly on Friday for a resolution that would bar
President Barack Obama from sending US troops for any "sustained
combat role" in Iraq without congressional authorization.
Senate Bill 2277 Isn’t Just about ‘Russian Aggression’ — It’s
Also about Oil, Gas and Propaganda
Activist Post - The full name of Senate Bill 2277, introduced on
May 1st, 2014, is “To prevent further Russian aggression toward
Ukraine and other sovereign states in Europe and Eurasia, and
for other purposes.” It starts out claiming to be about the
Department of Defense creating “a strategic framework for U.S.
security assistance and cooperation in Europe and Eurasia”.
Biden’s son a director in shale gas firm set to drill in East
The Daily Sheeple - In a nutshell Ukraine has decided to let no
crisis (staged or otherwise) or rather civil war, go to waste,
and while the fighting rages all around, Ukrainian troopers are
helping to install shale gas production equipment near the east
Ukrainian town of Slavyansk, which was bombed and shelled for
the three preceding months, according to local residents cited
by Itar Tass.
Illegal immigrants protest outside White House, with little fear
Fox News - Illegal immigrant demonstrators were protesting
outside the White House on Monday – but don’t expect America’s
immigration officers to intervene. An Immigration and Customs
Enforcement official indicated that even if the protesters end
up getting arrested by D.C. police, they’d have to be serious
criminals for ICE to get involved.
Fearing Obama Unilateral Amnesty Threats, Tea Party Jams
Congress's Phone Lines
Breitbart - The American people have risen up in response to a
rallying cry from Sens. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and Ted Cruz
(R-TX), overloading the phone lines on Capitol Hill to pressure
their members of Congress to fight against President Obama’s
planned executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens.
Federal court upholds Florida law in ‘Docs vs. Glocks’ case;
Doctors can’t ask about gun ownership
guns.com - A Federal Court of Appeals overturned a 2011
injunction Friday won by Florida doctors against a state
firearms owner’s privacy law.
Gun manufacturer Beretta moves to Tennessee, blames Maryland's
RT - Italian weapons manufacturer Beretta is high-tailing it out
of its home state of Maryland for the greener, more gun-friendly
pastures of Tennessee. The arms company is the latest to leave a
so-called 'blue state' for the south due to strict gun laws.
NYC paramedics stood by and did nothing while police choked man
to death on the sidewalk
(NaturalNews) Four emergency medical workers who were called for
a New York City man who died in policy custody after being
placed in an apparent chokehold have been banned from responding
to 911 calls for the time being, according to an announcement by
the Fire Department of New York (FDNY).
Police Gun Down Dog in Front of 6-Year-Old Girl For ‘Showing Its
Paul Joseph Watson - The 6-year-old’s mother, Nicole Echlin,
said their shepherd-mix Apollo had returned to the property in
Hometown, a suburb of Chicago, after briefly going missing on
Friday afternoon but that police arrived soon afterwards with
guns drawn..... Neighbor and witness Ayo Nicco Torres said that
the dog had no history of aggression and wasn’t barking when
Report: 40% of weapons sent to Afghanistan are unaccounted for
Washington Times - A government oversight agency says the
Pentagon has lost track of more than 40 percent of the firearms
it has provided to Afghanistan’s security forces, prompting
officials to contemplate a “carrot and stick” approach to arming
the fledgling military.
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 7/28/14: End Torture,
Shut Down the CIA!
Ron Paul - Last week the European Court of Human Rights found
that the US government transferred individuals to secret
detention centers in Poland (and likely elsewhere) where they
were tortured away from public scrutiny. The government of
Poland was ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in
damages to two victims for doing nothing to stop their torture
on Polish soil.
Group of Illegal Aliens from Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka Caught
Entering Texas from Mexico
Breitbart - “One group of our agents apprehended individuals
from Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka,” said Albert Spratte, a
spokesman for Local 3307 of the NBPC. “Everyone in this group
was an adult male. They entered on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Our
agents apprehended them, they did not turn themselves in. They
were trying to sneak in.”
Photos show border militias moving across Texas
Houston Chronicle - Photos showing dozens of members of the
militia groups on the U.S.-Mexico border carrying semi-automatic
rifles and wearing masks, camouflage and tactical gear provide
one of the first glimpses into the group's activities on the
Children crossing border: ‘Obama will take care of us’
WND - In an exclusive interview with WND and Rep. Steve
Stockman, R-Texas, a 13-year Border Patrol veteran revealed many
in the recent surge of illegal immigrants, including
unaccompanied minors, are coming prepared to game the U.S.
immigration system, even repeating the mantra, “Obama will take
care of us.”
In Event of Emergency, Illegals to be Evacuated Before Citizens
Adan Salazar - Should a hurricane or other life-threatening,
catastrophic weather event impact South Texas, illegal aliens
occupying various shelters will be first in line to get “to
safer ground,” a National Weather Service coordinator says.
MSNBC Host Compares Illegal Immigration Opponents to Race
Paul Joseph Watson - MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry exemplified
why the network’s ratings continue to plunge when she compared
opponents of illegal immigration to advocates of race
Journalist on Family Vacation Assaulted by Northern Border Agent
for Recording Checkpoint
Mikael Thalen - Unfortunately, anyone entering the country in a
lawful manner now faces more scrutiny than those arriving
illegally. As revealed by National Border Patrol Council Vice
President Shawn Moran last October, agents attempting to do
their job are being ordered to ignore illegals crossing the
Whistleblower: L.A. Planning to Forcibly House Homeless Citizens
Paul Joseph Watson - A whistleblower who claims to work inside
the Los Angeles Department of Health Services has told Infowars
that L.A. officials are planning to forcibly remove homeless
people from the streets later this summer and house them in
facilities which they will not be permitted to leave.
PA Hero Shoots Man Over Parking Tickets
ericpetersautos.com - Kevin McCullers, 38, was just about to
make a trip to go buy some morning doughnuts when his life
changed forever. Around 7:30 a.m. on July 17th, McCullers got
into his car, opened his garage door, and put his car into
reverse gear. As he backed out of the driveway, his girlfriend
abruptly heard gunshots ring out.
Administration Flooded with 26,000 Comments Opposing Proposal to
Disguise Offshoring of U.S. Manufacturing
Public Citizen - Under a broad data reclassification plan, much
of the value of U.S. brand-name goods assembled by foreign
workers and imported here for sale would no longer be counted as
imported goods, but rather as manufacturing “services” imports.
This would deceptively deflate the U.S. manufacturing trade
Proposed U.S.-China Bilateral Investment Treaty Would Expose
U.S. Laws to Extrajudicial Attacks by Chinese Corporations
tradereform.org - Under a U.S.-China BIT’s investor state
dispute settlement provisions, Chinese corporations with
U.S.-based operations and firms with significant Chinese
investment would be empowered to drag the U.S. government before
extrajudicial tribunals and demand taxpayer compensation for a
broad array of non-trade-related policies.
Dead Zones Throughout The Gulf Of Mexico, BP Never Cleaned Up
2010 Oil Spill
Michael Thomas - As the dead zones enlarge and start to merge
with each other, perhaps the people who depend on this great
body of water will reach a breaking point. Only when there is a
sufficient level of collective intolerance will the forces, and
resources, become available to start taking back our Gulf.
The Army Is 3D Printing Warheads
Motherboard - The army has been developing its 3D printing
capabilities for some time now, and has technology already
nearly advanced enough to bioprint replacement skin on the
battlefield. But the military isn’t just interested in saving
lives—more often than not, it takes them. In its latest bid to
kill more people, more efficiently, and at less cost, the army
is planning to print warhead components, according to the latest
issue of Army Technology.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
6 Veggies You Never Knew You Could Pickle
Organic Gardening - When most people hear "pickle," they think
"cucumber," but you can pickle just about any vegetable,
including extra summer squash or zucchini (even the ones that
got too big; just peel and trim out the seeds), extra green
beans, asparagus, carrots, or cauliflower.
Antibacterial clay and natural antibiotics offer hope for
humanity to halt superbugs
(NaturalNews) Naturally occurring clay may turn out to be one of
the most effective ways to kill antibiotic-resistant superbugs,
according to a study conducted by researchers from Arizona State
University and published in the journal Environmental
Geochemistry and Health.
Suggested foods for diabetics: Top 10 list
(NaturalNews) If you've been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes,
your doctor has probably already advised you to limit simple
sugars in your diet, avoid highly processed carbs and perhaps
even increase your intake of whole grains, leafy greens and
vegetables. These are your first steps toward better health.
But, what if there were foods that had very targeted effects on
blood sugar and type 2 diabetes?
The top 15 healing actions of herbs
(NaturalNews) A great deal of pharmaceutical research has gone
into analyzing the active ingredients in herbs to find out how
and why they work. In some cases, the action is due to a
specific chemical present in the herb or it may be due to a
complex synergistic interaction among various constituents of
the plant. Check out these categories of herbs, and how they are
beneficial in treating the human body.
Cannabis reverses late-stage Alzheimer's
(NaturalNews) A daughter tells the arduous caretaker story of
managing her mother's final stages of Alzheimer's by getting her
on medical marijuana and off pharmaceuticals.... Her cognitive
abilities improved considerably, and she became much more
sociable and cooperative instead of feisty, angry, inappropriate
and antisocial, which are all symptoms of Alzheimer's, in
addition to the gross absence of memory.
Forest Pharmaceuticals failed to warn of fatal birth defects
from antidepressant use, lawsuit claims
(NaturalNews) The maker of Lexapro and Celexa, Forest
Pharmaceuticals, is facing a new lawsuit, alleging that their
popular SSRI prescription caused a baby to be born with fatal
cardiac birth defects.
Latest study finds that interrupted sleep akin to getting
virtually no sleep at all
(NaturalNews) A recent conducted by researchers from Tel Aviv
University's (TAU) School of Psychological Sciences has
concluded that interrupted sleep is as detrimental to health as
getting virtually no sleep at all.(1) Specifically, the
researchers discovered that interrupted sleep, even if they come
in short 5 to 10 minutes stretches of waking time, is like
getting fewer than four consecutive hours of sleep.
Green Tea Compound Reduces Pancreatic Cancer Risk
Green Med Info - Green tea may well be the healthiest drink on
the planet. Now researchers have discovered one of its active
compounds disrupts cancer cell metabolism.
It's Time To Abandon Dangerous Folic Acid Fortification Programs
and Stick To Folates
preventdisease.com - Researchers from the Institute of Food
Research and Newcastle University have confirmed that the body
processes synthetically-produced folic acid differently to the
natural counterpart found in vegetables. This leads to
unmetabolised folic acid circulating in the bloodstream which is
eventually metabolised by the liver, but the process is slow,
inefficient and possibly toxic.
From Zero Symptoms to Sudden Collapse - This Is a True Emergency
Dr. Becker - Addison’s disease, also known as
hypoadrenocorticism, is a disease of the adrenal glands. It is
much more common in dogs than cats, but it does sometimes occur
in kitties.... Kitties with Addison’s may not show any obvious
signs of illness. When they do, the symptoms can be fairly
generic, and can come and go for no apparent reason. They
include weakness, lack of energy, loss of appetite, increased
thirst and urination, vomiting, and sudden collapse.
- July 28, 2014 - Today in History:
1821 - Peru declared its independence from Spain.
1865 - The American Dental Association proposed its
first code of ethics.
1866 - The metric system was legalized by the U.S.
Congress for the standardization of weights and
measures throughout the United States.
1868 - The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution was declared in effect. The amendment
guaranteed due process of law.
1896 - The city of Miami, FL, was incorporated.
1914 - World War I officially began when
Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia.
1932 - Federal troops forcibly dispersed the "Bonus
Army" of World War I veterans who had gathered in
Washington, DC. They were demanding money they were
not scheduled to receive until 1945.
1941 - Plans for the Pentagon were approved by the
U.S. House of Representatives.
1945 - A U.S. Army bomber crashed into the 79th
floor of New York City's Empire State Building. 14
people were killed and 26 were injured.
1965 - U.S. President Johnson announced he was
increasing the number of American troops in South
Vietnam from 75,000 to 125,000.
1982 - San Francisco, CA, became the first city in
the U.S. to ban handguns.
1998 - Monica Lewinsky received blanket immunity
from prosecution to testify before a grand jury
about her relationship with U.S. President Clinton.
2006 - Researchers announced that two ancient
reptiles had been found off Australia. The
Umoonasaurus and Opallionectes were the first of
their kind to be found in the period soon after the
Dozens, including 2 children, die as Kiev troops shell Gorlovka in
RT - At least 13 civilians and likely dozens more have been killed by
continuing artillery barrages, as government troops close in on militia
positions around the city of Gorlovka in eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine used phosphorous incendiaries, cluster bombs against cities –
RT - Ukrainian troops have on many occasions used incendiary weapons and
cluster bombs against militia-held cities, acts that are banned under
the international law regulating warfare, the Russian military said.
Ukrainian Air Defense Exercises Might be Behind Malaysian Aircraft Crash
(RIA Novosti) – A system mix up during a Ukrainian air defense units’
rocket launch exercise could be the cause of the Malaysia Airlines crash
in southeast Ukraine, a source from one of the Ukrainian defense
departments told RIA Novosti.
Ukraine Should Start Searching for Missile Launched During MH17 Flight –
(RIA Novosti) – Ukraine should organize a search for parts of the
missile that could have been launched in the east of the country around
the area where the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was flying, the head of
Rosaviatsiya, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Alexander Neradko
Over 50 dead in Tripoli airport battle as foreigners leave collapsing
RT - Over 50 Libyan fighters died in exchanges over Tripoli's airport
during the weekend in one of the worst outbreaks of violence since
Gaddafi's ouster. With state authority on the verge of collapse, France
and Britain have ordered citizens to evacuate.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Downtown New York flooded with thousands protesting Gaza op
RT - Anywhere from 2,000 to 3,000 demonstrators flooded the
streets around Times Square, with the police keeping a watchful
eye on the crowds, who waved Palestinian flags and signs
condemning Israel and criticizing US aid to the Jewish state,
America Is the Only Country with a Favorable View of Israel
Washington’s Blog - Americans – living in a huge country which
has never really been invaded, and as the sole superpower – are
famous for being out-of-touch with how the rest of the world
thinks.... Specifically, a 2012 BBC poll found that the U.S. and
Nigeria were the only countries of those polled in which the
majority of people had favorable views of Israel...
U.S. Considering Refugee Status for Hondurans
NY Times - Hoping to stem the recent surge of migrants at the
Southwest border, the Obama administration is considering
whether to allow hundreds of minors and young adults from
Honduras into the United States without making the dangerous
trek through Mexico, according to a draft of the proposal.
Report: More Than 30,000 Unaccompanied Minors Already Released
to Families in US
Breitbart - The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), which has
the responsibility for all “unaccompanied alien children” (or
UACs, as they are called under the Homeland Security Act),
released statistics regarding the number of children who had
been released to family and friends across the United States.
Obama Calls For Collectivized New World Order
Paul Joseph Watson - During a fundraiser in Seattle this week,
President Barack Obama called for a “new order” based around a
collectivized system in order to quell people’s concerns about
geopolitical strife and the economy.
Over A Third Of Americans Want Obama Impeached
Steve Watson - Overall, 33 percent say they want Obama
impeached, with 57 percent of Republicans backing the move. Over
a third of Independents also said they supported impeachment,
with 13 percent of Democrats, more than one in ten, backing a
move to impeach Obama.
DC Ban on Carrying Handguns is Unconstitutional, Federal Judge
The Daily Sheeple - In a landmark gun control case, a federal
judge in Washington DC has overturned the city’s total ban on
carrying handguns outside the home, saying it is
Boston Police Say Residents Do Not 'Need' to Own Shotguns,
Homeland Review - Police have been urging lawmakers in Boston to
restore a provision to a gun bill allowing them to deny someone
a license to own a rifle or shotgun even if the person passes a
YouTube: Alameda Police Ticket Homeless Veteran for "Habitating
in a Vehicle"
July 24, 2014 Alameda Police violate homeless veterans
constitutional rights and human rights by ticketing me for "habitating
in a vehicle" aka sleeping in my van. I am on social security
disability and receive about $900 per month, how can I afford a
place to live on that?
Monsanto Ordered to Pay $93 Million to Small Town for Poisoning
Natural Society - The West Virginia State Supreme Court
finalized a big blow to the biotech giant Monsanto this month,
finishing a settlement causing Monsanto to pay $93 million to
the tiny town of Nitro, West Virginia for poisoning citizens
with Agent Orange chemicals.
Water reserves in western US being drained underground – NASA
RT - In the nine-year study, the basin – which covers Wyoming,
Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona and California –
lost nearly 53 million acre feet (65 cubic kilometers) of
freshwater, almost double the volume of the nation's largest
reservoir, Nevada's Lake Mead. More than three-quarters of the
total – about 41 million acre feet (50 cubic kilometers) – was
from groundwater, according to a statement by NASA on the
U.S. Government Invests in Robot Personal Trainers for Children
The Daily Sheeple - The targeting of pre-school-age children for
“cultivating long-term personal relationships” to “motivate
individuals toward a specific goal” while the robots “guide the
child toward a behavior we desire” clearly opens the door for
more training than merely the physical.
University Silences Scientist After Dinosaur Discovery
pacificjustice.org - A scientist was terminated from his job at
a California State University after discovering soft tissue on a
triceratops fossil, and then publishing his findings. Pacific
Justice Institute filed suit, yesterday, with the Los Angeles
County Superior Court, against the board of trustees of CSU,
Northridge, citing discrimination for perceived religious views.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Top Agribusiness Food Companies Dumping Waste in our Waters
Natural Society - Foods, Cargill, Inc., and Perdue Farms Inc.
dump their garbage—more than 206 million pounds of it—into our
water almost every year and leave others to worry about the
10 Survivor Traits Every Prepper Should Have
The Daily Sheeple - It takes a lot of effort to adopt the
survivor traits of a prepper. Bravery, determination and
independence are among the popular survival traits you may
envision an excellent prepper should have. However, beyond all
these traits, a person must have the survival skills and
endurance to be classified as a fit prepper.
Cancer is curable NOW: Watch the full free documentary here
(NaturalNews) We live in a world of outrageous lies fronted by
corporate interests, but one of the fundamental undeniable
truths of biology is that cancer is curable. The cures have been
known for decades, and they're readily within reach of people
Are Your Food Allergies Silently Making You Fat?
preventdisease.com - When people are craving their problem
foods, they aren't craving the food itself but the opium-like
pain killers which are release as a result of eating the problem
foods that they are addicted to. And because of the cravings
associated with food allergies, there is the tendency to over
eat leading to weight-gain and dependency on certain foods. When
you eat a food which you are allergic to, a couple of things
Discover the wondrous health benefits of royal jelly
(NaturalNews) Royal jelly is a thick and milky substance made by
worker bees as food for the queen bee. They do this by mixing
honey, bee pollen and enzymes from their throat glands. Because
the queen bee is larger, stronger, has more stamina and lives
longer than the other bees, royal jelly is believed to be a
Possible Listeria contamination prompts nationwide fruit recall
(NaturalNews) A voluntary, nationwide recall of fruits sold at
Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger, Ralphs, Food 4 Less, Sam's Club
and Wal-Mart was issued July 22.
Medical Marijuana Aids Dying Pets Back to Health, Individuals
Natural Society - CBS New York recently reported on a family who
treated their dog Luna with medical marijuana. Luna, like many
people who resort to medical marijuana treatment, was suffering
from late-stage lymphoma and was on an intense chemotherapy
regimen. It was because of the poisonous treatments that she was
unable to eat, had trouble breathing, and was wasting away.
- July 25, 2014 - Today in History:
1799 - Napoleon Bonaparte defeated the Ottomans at
1805 - Aaron Burr visited New Orleans with plans to
establish a new country, with New Orleans as the
1850 - Gold was discovered in the Rogue River in OR.
1866 - Ulysses S. Grant was named General of the
Army. He was the first American officer to hold the
1868 - The U.S. Congress passed an act creating the
1924 - Greece announced the deportation of 50,000
1941 - The U.S. government froze all Japanese and
1943 - Italian Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini was
overthrown in a coup.
1946 - The U.S. detonated an atomic bomb at Bikini
Atoll in the Pacific. It was the first underwater
test of the device.
1978 - Louise Joy Brown, the first test-tube baby,
was born in Oldham, England. She had been conceived
through in-vitro fertilization.
1984 - Soviet cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya became
the first woman to walk in space. She was aboard the
orbiting space station Salyut 7.
1994 - Israel and Jordan formally ended the state of
war that had existed between them since 1948.
1998 - The USS Harry S. Truman was commissioned and
put into service by the U.S. Navy.
2010 - WikiLeaks leaked to the public more than
90,000 internal reports involving the U.S.-led War
in Afghanistan from 2004-2010.
NATO Poland base may be prepared for blitz against Russia
RT - NATO’s Europe commander advocates stockpiling a base in Poland with
enough weapons, ammunition and other supplies to support a rapid
deployment of thousands of troops against Russia, British media
State Dept. accuses Russia of firing artillery into Ukraine, refuses to
provide any evidence
RT - Government officials in the United States said Thursday that Russia
is firing artillery across the border into Ukrainian territory, but
refused to provide any evidence when grilled by an Associated Press
EU adds 15 people, 18 firms to sanctions list over Ukraine crisis
RT - The European Commission added new names and companies to its
blacklist on Thursday over the Ukrainian crisis, according to diplomats.
However, 'stage three' economic sanctions against Russia have again
Collapse of Ukraine Government: Prime Minister Yatsenyuk Resigns amidst
Pressures Exerted by the IMF
Global Research - Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk his
resignation in the Rada (Parliament) and that of the entire Cabinet on
Thursday, July 24. This decision was taken following the withdrawal of
two parties from the coalition government and the non-adoption of two
important pieces of legislation, which had been demanded by the
International Monetary Fund (IMF).
UN shelter for refugees bombed; warnings of 'dire' conditions in Gaza
Al Jazeera - A United Nations school converted to house families
displaced by weeks of shelling in Gaza was hit by an apparent Israeli
airstrike Thursday, killing at least 15 people. Robert Turner, director
of operations in Gaza for the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA),
confirmed the bombing, saying that no warning was given by Israel before
the missile hit.
US blocks attempts to bring Israel to book: Analyst
Press TV - Israel is incessantly committing crimes against the
Palestinians with impunity as the United States blocks every
international action against the Zionist regime.
Air Algerie flight crashes en route to Algiers
Al Jazeera - Missing flight is the latest in a slew of aviation
accidents over past two weeks... The Algerian state news agency APS said
air navigation services lost track of the MD-83 passenger jet, charted
by Spain’s Swiftair, at 9:55 p.m. Wednesday, 50 minutes after takeoff.
Flight AH5017 had been missing for hours before the news was made
Leaked: Secret text exposes food safety dangers in U.S.-Europe trade
Friends of the Earth - Secret text of provisions of the proposed
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership -- that would lower food
safety protections in the U.S. and Europe -- was leaked to the press and
public today. Friends of the Earth is alarmed by revelation of plans to
use the TTIP trade agreement to mount a stealth attack on sensible,
public health safeguards on both sides of the Atlantic.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Another 16-day vacation in Martha’s Vineyard, rumors of lavish
house shopping – it can only be the Obamas
BIZPAC Review - From the Middle East to Ukraine, the world
appears to be on fire, but Obama will watch it burn from a $12
million, 10-acre forested estate on Martha’s Vineyard, according
to Forbes, who noted that the first family has summered at the
tony island every year Obama has been in office, except for 2012
when he was running for reelection.
Feds Urge Paramedics, Firefighters to Help Find “Extremists”
Paul Joseph Watson - The federal government is asking paramedics
and firefighters to be on the lookout for “extremists” as part
of a program that aims to uncover “suspicious activity.”
Honduran President Blames USA for Border Crisis
Breitbart - Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez criticized
United States lawmakers for creating "ambiguity" over the border
laws during the fight for immigration reform.
Illegal Alien Gang Members Arrested for Murder of Homeless Man
Adan Salazar - Police in Maryland have arrested six illegal
immigrants, several of which are admitted MS-13 gang members, in
connection with the death of a homeless man killed outside of a
liquor store earlier this week.... The brutal homicide will no
doubt stoke fears that a portion of the immigrants crossing into
the country illegally are indeed gang members seeking new
recruits, or simply wanting to cause trouble.
FAIR Act Introduced to Stop Policing for Profit
Activist Post - Sen. Rand Paul yesterday introduced S. 2644, the
FAIR (Fifth Amendment Integrity Restoration) Act, which would
protect the rights of citizens and restore the Fifth Amendment's
role in seizing property without due process of law.
Missouri Voters to Consider State Privacy Amendment With
Activist Post - In a referendum that could ultimately have
national implications, Missouri voters will go to the polls Aug.
5 with the opportunity to add protection for electronic data and
communications to their state constitution.
Nuclear Waste Company Received $1.9 Million Performance Bonus…5
Days after Underground Fire Shut Facility
AllGov - Government officials overseeing the nation’s only
underground storage for nuclear waste allowed a nearly $2
million bonus go to a private contractor just days after its
shoddy work resulted in a fire that closed the facility.
NSA reportedly tracking any internet users who research privacy
The Independent - According to leaked source-code of the US spy
agency’s ‘XKeyscore’ software, individuals who search for
information about anonymising services such as Tor have their IP
addresses logged by the NSA and can be flagged for further
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
U.S. Pork Producers Keep Using Ractopamine Drug Banned or
Restricted in 160 Countries
AllGov - Given the EU’s ban of ractopamine and U.S. chickens,
the new trade pact could be in trouble. The U.S. government has
put pressure on Europe to allow such foods to be imported, but
the EU has been firm. “We want to have quality food,” Olga Kikou,
European affairs manager for Compassion in World Farming, told
McClatchy. “We don’t want to have food that is produced in ways
that are not good for our health.”
Florida Seaweed may Hold Promise as Protector Against Cancer
Natural Society - Among all cancers, new cases of prostate
cancer are the most prevalent, with an estimated 233,000 new
diagnoses happening this year in the United States. While there
are numerous tips for preventing and even reversing prostate
cancer, one new study suggests a seaweed found off the coast of
Florida could hold the key to preventing this and other forms of
10 Amazing Health Benefits of Cinnamon
Natural Blaze - Although the U.S. FDA has attempted to create a
spice scare, the history of cinnamon use spans thousands of
years among disparate cultures, rendering FDA claims as nothing
more than a ham-fisted desire to assert severe regulatory
control over this natural product.
The many health benefits of eating raspberries
STEPin2 - A study published in Food and Chemical Toxicology
shows that extracts from raspberries help inhibit the activity
of COX-2, an enzyme that causes inflammation. Antioxidant rich:
Organic raspberries are an excellent source of antioxidants such
as anthocyanins, flavanols, flavonoids, tannins, and so much
FDA Deems Inflammation a “Disease”, Protects Big Pharma
Natural Society - When high-dollar pharmaceutical companies have
new drugs in the works, they wouldn’t want any supplements or
affordable natural solutions to have any impact on their corner
of the market. So, what’s Big Pharma to do? Maybe pull some
strings with regulators in an effort to get the competition out
of the way. This may be what’s happening with a recent move by
the Food and Drug Administration to remove anti-inflammatory
supplements from the shelves.
Alarming Amounts of ADHD-Causing Artificial Colors Found in
Natural Society - The latest study, from researchers with Purdue
University, found that breakfast cereals marketed towards
children have some of the highest levels of coloring. Trix, for
instance, had 36 mg. per serving and Cap’n Crunch’s OOPS! All
Berries had 41. Not surprisingly, these same cereals also had
high levels of sugar.
Why Taking a Day Off is Essential to Good Health
Natural Blaze - People get so used to feeling run-down that it’s
hard to remember what feeling well-rested and normal is even
like. I recommend taking full advantage of the time off offered
by your employer—take sick days when you’re feeling physically
or mentally off-balance and be sure to take your vacation time
to relax. On your days off, try not to think about work and try
to prevent yourself from checking your e-mail.
- July 24, 2014 - Today in History:
1847 - Mormon leader Brigham Young and his followers
arrived in the valley of the Great Salt Lake in
1849 - Georgetown University in Washington, DC,
presented its first Doctor of Music Degree. It was
given to Professor Henry Dielman.
1866 - Tennessee became the first state to be
readmitted to the Union after the U.S. Civil War.
1923 - The Treaty of Lausanne, which settled the
boundaries of modern Turkey, was concluded in
1929 - U.S. President Hoover proclaimed the Kellogg-Briand
Pact, which renounced war as an instrument of
1933 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave his
fourth "Fireside Chat."
1948 - Soviet occupation forces in Germany blockaded
West Berlin. The U.S.-British airlift began the
1956 - Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis ended their team.
They ended the partnership a decade after it began
on July 25, 1946.
1969 - The Apollo 11 astronauts splashed down safely
in the Pacific Ocean.
1974 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that President
Nixon had to turn over subpoenaed White House tape
recordings to the Watergate special prosecutor.
1987 - Hulda Crooks, at 91 years of age, climbed Mt.
Fuji. Hulda became the oldest person to climb
Japan’s highest peak.
1990 - Iraq massed tens of thousands of troops and
hundreds of tanks along its border with Kuwait.
2002 - The U.S. House expelled Rep. James Traficant,
D-Ohio, who had been convicted of bribery,
racketeering and tax evasion.
2005 - Lance Armstrong won a seventh consecutive
Tour de France.
Kerry meets with Netanyahu amid Israeli anger over ban on U.S. flights
Washington Post - Kerry met in Israel with on Wednesday with Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was angry about the FAA action and
suspicious that it was an attempt by the Obama administration to squeeze
Israel to end its Gaza campaign.
733 Palestinians killed in Israeli offensive on Gaza
Press TV - At least 733 Palestinians have been killed and 4,605 wounded
in 17 days of Israeli aerial and ground offensives in the besieged Gaza
Strip. The number of deaths on Thursday rose to 40.
US criticizes UNHRC over decision to investigate Israel attacks on Gaza
Press TV - “We do strongly oppose today’s special session at the Human
Rights Council and the resulting resolution as the latest in a series of
biased, anti-Israel actions at the Human Rights Council,” US Deputy
State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said on Wednesday.
Lying is “Good For Business”: The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and
the Mainstream Media (MSM) are “Serial Liars”
Global Research - In the latest CFR blurb on Israel’s ground war against
Gaza authored by Hussein Ibish, and posted on the Council’s website,
prime minister Netanyahu is said to have a profound “dislike for
military conflict”: These are some of the CFR highlights concerning
Prime Minister Netanyahu: the unspoken victim of what the author
describes as “unpredictable politics”...
Netherlands takes lead in MH17 crash investigation as bodies arrive home
RT - The bodies of the first victims from Malaysia Airlines flight MH17
have arrived back in the Netherlands following the crash in eastern
Ukraine last Thursday. Investigators say they have found no evidence
that the black box recorder was tampered with.
$200 per barrel oil if Russia sanctions escalate- Oxford Economics
RT - If the standoff with Russia and the West reaches a point where the
EU has to completely cut trade with Russia, oil prices could soar above
$200 per barrel, sparking a global economic crisis, says Adam Slater,
senior economist at Oxford Economics.
Two Ukrainian Warplanes Shot Down — Rebels Claim Credit, But Kiev Says
Antiaircraft Missiles May Have Been Fired From Russian Territory
WSJ - Two Ukrainian fighter jets were shot down Wednesday over
separatist-held territory not far from the site of the Malaysian
Airlines crash, as fighting between Kiev forces and pro-Russia rebels
escalated despite intensified attempts at diplomacy
Kiev's bloody eastern Ukraine campaign LIVE UPDATES
RT - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has called a ceasefire within
a 40km radius of where Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crashed. Russia
has urged all parties in eastern Ukraine to lay down their arms while
inspectors investigate what caused the tragedy.
Obama orders Pentagon advisers to Ukraine to fend off Putin-backed
Washington Times - A team of Pentagon officials is heading to Ukraine to
help the country rebuild its fractured military, a mission that
lawmakers and analysts expect will result in recommendations for greater
military assistance in the country’s fight against pro-Russia
separatists amid international outrage over the downing of a commercial
Pilots Heard Ukrainian Air Traffic Control Order MH17 to Change Route
Paul Joseph Watson - Pilots on board an Air India Dreamliner which was
flying just 90 seconds behind Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 say they heard
Ukrainian air traffic control give the order for the doomed plane to
change route minutes before MH17 was shot down by a missile.
US Appeals to "Law of the Jungle" in MH17 Case
Tony Cartalucci - After the Russian Federation disclosed to the world
satellite imagery, radar information, and abnormalities in Malaysia
Airlines Boeing 777 flight MH17's flight path, it asked Ukraine and the
Western nations backing the regime in Kiev, questions regarding their
alleged evidence. To these questions, the West has responded with
increasingly suspicious silence and evasion.
Israeli Professor: Rape Palestinian Sisters and Mothers To Stop
Brandon Turbeville - Although the interview was conducted nearly three
weeks ago, shortly after the bodies of three Israeli teens were found
after being kidnapped and murdered, Dr. Mordechai Kedar stated that the
only way to force “terrorists” to think twice about their actions is the
threat of the rape of their sisters and mothers.
Islamic State Bolstered by Large Cache of U.S. Weapons
Kurt Nimmo - The Islamic State, formerly ISIS, has captured a large
amount of U.S. weapons in Iraq. In addition to combat ground vehicles
and artillery previously acquired from the Iraqi military, the new trove
taken form U.S. bases includes more than 50 155mm M-198 artillery
batteries and 4,000 PKC machine guns.
China bubonic plague death: Town of 30,000 placed in quarantine after
man dies sparking ‘Black Death’ outbreak fears
The Independent - An entire Chinese town of 30,000 people has been
quarantined off from the rest of the country after a man living in a
nearby village died from bubonic plague. Police have now had the old
town of Yumen city in Gansu province sealed off for more than a week,
the Xinhua state media agency said, after a patient died in a local
Alleged Glyphosate Poisoning Leaves 2 Children Dead in Paraguay
Sustainable Pulse - A deadly combination of the excessive use of
Glyphosate herbicide on GM soybean crops and inaction by local doctors
has allegedly left two children dead and 33 people (including 18
children) with poisoning symptoms in the Canindeyú region of
Paraguay.... The reported poisoning outbreak in Huber Duré is not a one
off case. Over the past few years there have been many reports of
poisoning, abortions and the death of farm animals in the rural area.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Sting Finds It Easy to Fake It, Get Obamacare Premiums
CNBC News - Eleven out of 12 fake applications for
government-subsidized health insurance got through a
verification process and the bogus beneficiaries are still
covered, the Government Accountability Office said Tuesday.
FEC chair warns of chilling regulations, book ban on
Washington Examiner - The chairman of the Federal Election
Commission today blasted Democratic colleagues opposed to his
effort to protect conservative media after they imposed rules on
the publisher of Rep. Paul Ryan's new book, opening the door to
future book regulations -- or even a ban.
America The Divided: Everyone Knows We Have Problems But There
Is Very Little Agreement On Solutions
Economic Collapse - A house divided against itself will surely
fall. America is more divided today than it has been in decades,
and the deep divisions that are tearing us apart continue to get
even worse.... The issues that divide us are countless. The
following are just a few examples...
Three important articles you need to read on Monsanto, the
plague wave, and the overthrow of America
(NaturalNews) Three very important articles recently caught my
attention, and I'm recommending them here with segments of text
from each article. Each of these three is a breath of fresh air
(and truth-telling) in a time of tremendous deceit and
disinformation from mainstream sources.
One third to die by plague or famine; one third will fall by the
Senate Democrats Push To Triple Israel's Iron-Dome Aid To $576
Zero Hedge - U.S. Senate Democrats included $225 million for
Israel's Iron Dome rocket interception system in an emergency
funding bill on Tuesday, which, as Bloomberg reports, in
addition to the $351 million that’s already under discussion for
Iron Dome in fiscal 2015 would bring the potential new funding
to $576 million, compared with the $176 million currently
requested by the Pentagon.
INSANE: 1 in 10 Americans Wants War With Russia Over Downed
Steve Watson - In a new CNN/ORC poll, almost one in ten
Americans have expressed a desire to take military action
against Russia should it be confirmed that Vladimir Putin’s
government was somehow involved with the downing of Malaysian
Airlines Flight MH17.
Border Patrol Agents: U.N. Taking Control of America’s Southern
Kit Daniels - Two anonymous Border Patrol agents reportedly told
radio host Dave Hodges that under the pretense of labeling
illegal aliens “refugees,” the United Nations is “calling the
shots” on America’s border operations and the U.N. is deciding
which immigrants to ship to various parts of the U.S.
House investigators: IRS tech experts say Lerner’s hard drive
only 'scratched,' not destroyed
Fox News - GOP-led Ways and Means Committee investigators, in
their quest to recover missing Lerner emails, learned her hard
drive was damaged but recoverable by talking to IRS
information-technology experts, after the government originally
refused to make them available, according to the committee.
The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist
firstlook.org - The Obama administration has quietly approved a
substantial expansion of the terrorist watchlist system,
authorizing a secret process that requires neither “concrete
facts” nor “irrefutable evidence” to designate an American or
foreigner as a terrorist, according to a key government document
obtained by The Intercept.
VIDEO: Know Your Rights - Police Checkpoints
Voices of Liberty - Know Your Rights host Britt Hysen speaks
with Nina Hodjat of Hodjat Law and DUI Partners about 4th
Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and
seizures. Note: To download the business card-sized note
asserting your rights,
IRA Contributions Hit Record High As Unpatriotic Americans "Save
More, Pay Off Debt, Spend Less"
Zero Hedge - In what could be the most unpatriotic report ever,
Fidelity reports that average IRA contributions for tax year
2013 reached $4,150 - an all-time high. That's great news,
right? Not if you ask Janet Yellen...
New York Apartment Block Will Have Separate Doors For The Rich
and the Poor
The Daily Sheeple - Affordable housing tenents will have to
enter and leave the building through a door in a back alley.
Well-heeled residents will be able to access their homes through
a front entrance directly from the street.
Robots Are Set to Conduct National Security Clearance Interviews
Motherboard - The study used US Army basic trainees as volunteer
subjects for a mock national security clearance interview. The
trainees were not told that the questions would be asked by a
robot. After being hooked up to electrodes for cardiographic and
electrodermal (heart and skin) responses the volunteers were
told that the interview would be with a computer avatar, and
were left alone in a chamber with their on-screen interrogator.
Obama holds private meeting with Apollo 11 crew members
The Space Reporter - In commemoration of the 45th anniversary of
the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, President Barack Obama hosted
surviving members of the mission’s crew at a private meeting in
the Oval Office on Tuesday. Reporters and television crews were
not allowed at the meeting, although photographers were briefly
given access to the room.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Horrible Whodunit: Vandals Destroy Tens of Thousands of Bees
Activist Post - In the last two months, Mantell had received a
letter from his home owners association (HOA) Chicora
Development, requesting that he remove his hives. He responded
to them highlighting the fact that the hives do not violate any
HOA regulations. Before a resolution could be reached, his hives
were destroyed. And Mantell doesn't expect anything to come from
the police report he filed. He said that whoever did not like
his bees, found a better way to get rid of them.
Rosemary and Oregano Contain Diabetes-fighting Compounds
Natural Blaze - The popular culinary herbs oregano and rosemary
are packed with healthful compounds, and now lab tests show they
could work in much the same way as prescription anti-diabetic
medication, scientists report.
How Sugar Harms Your Brain Health and Drives Alzheimer’s
Dr. Mercola - Recent research shows that sugar and other
carbohydrates can disrupt your brain function even if you’re not
diabetic or have any signs of dementia. Long-term, sugar can
contribute to the shrinking of your hippocampus, which is a
hallmark symptom of Alzheimer's disease.
Cancer-fighting abilities just one of many aloe vera health
(NaturalNews) Aloe vera, a common household plant, does more
than provide a home decor boost. In fact, it does wonders in the
ways of healing, helping with everything from halting cancer
tumor growth and ending constipation to protecting from
oxidative stress and treating candida infections.
Teen forced into foster care when mom sought 2nd medical opinion
Police State USA - When a woman attempted to transfer her
chronically-ill son from one hospital to another, she was
accused of “medical child abuse” and her 16-year-old son was
stripped from her custody and placed into the hands of the
Kimchi Packs Proven Health Benefits
Green Med Info - Koreans have been enjoying salted and fermented
vegetables known as kimchi for about 2000 years. But this spicy
dish is much more than a condiment. More than 130 studies attest
to the amazing healing properties of this humble food.
6 More Ways to Prevent Dementia and Boost Brain Power
Natural Society - Most natural health advocates have come across
coconut oil consumption as a way to reduce Alzheimer’s risk and
even reverse already existing symptoms.... But here are a few
more nutritional protectors against Alzheimer’s and general
Cannabis Capsules Help Elderly Man Overcome Terminal Cancer
Natural Society - With weeks to live and with conventional
cancer treatments failing, an elderly man discovered that
cannabis capsules could propel him to wellness.
12 Facts About Microwaves That Should Forever Terminate Their
preventdisease.com - The experts have concluded that food cooked
in microwaves loses between 60% and 90% of its vital energy and,
at the same time, the structural disintegration processes
accelerates. Also, the nutrient substances are altered, leading
to digestive diseases. These microwaves can increase both the
number of cancerous cells in blood and the number of stomach and
intestinal cancerous cells.
The many health benefits of eating Bok Choy
STEPin2 - ok Choy, also known as Chinese cabbage, is a
cruciferous vegetable just like broccoli, cauliflower, and
Brussel sprouts. These cruciferous vegetables are key to overall
health and are packed with vitamins and nutrients. This is why
they are often called nature’s potent multi-vitamins. Let’s look
at the health benefits of this organic food....
Proof That Cats Can Say “I Love You” in Heroic Ways
Dr. Becker - I'm sure by now most of you are aware
of a video posted on YouTube a few months ago that
showed a heroic family cat intervening as a
neighborhood dog attacked a young boy playing in his
driveway. The little boy's cat, named Tara, appeared
out of nowhere and tackled the much bigger dog,
forcing him off the boy. The feisty cat then chased
after the dog to make sure it didn't return.
A Simple Blood Test Can Detect Early Signs of Heart
Dr. Becker - Want peace of mind that your pet isn't
developing heart disease and to allow you to
proactively manage her heart health? Ask your vet
for this simple, fast test. And if your pet is
predisposed to cardiovascular disease, I recommend
adding this supplement to her food.
- July 23, 2014 - Today in History:
1715 - The first lighthouse in America was
authorized for construction at Little Brewster
1877 - The first municipal railroad passenger
service began in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1904 - The ice cream cone was invented by Charles E.
Menches during the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in
St. Louis, MO.
1914 - Austria-Hungary issued an ultimatum to Serbia
following the killing of Archduke Ferdinand by a
Serb assassin. The dispute led to World War I.
1938 - The first federal game preserve was approved
by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The area was
2,000 acres in Utah.
1945 - The first passenger train observation car was
placed in service by the Chicago, Burlington and
1954 - A law is passed that states that "The
Secretary of the Navy is authorized to repair,
equip, and restore the United States Ship
Constitution, as far as may be practicable, to her
original appearance, but not for active service, and
thereafter to maintain the United States Ship
Constitution at Boston, Massachusetts."
1958 - The submarine Nautilus departed from Pearl
Harbor, Hawaii, under orders to conduct "Operation
Sunshine." The mission was to be the first vessel to
cross the north pole by ship. The Nautilus achieved
the goal on August 3, 1958.
2003 - Massachusetts' attorney general issued a
report saying clergy members and others in the
Boston Archdiocese probably sexually abused more
than 1,000 people over six decades.
Netherlands prepares to receive MH17 victims
Al Jazeera - Dutch officials confirmed receipt of only 200 of the 298
victims' bodies. International monitors said more remains were left in
the vast crash site, littered with poignant fragments from hundreds of
destroyed lives. "There were human remains that had not been picked up,"
said Michael Bociurkiw, a spokesman for European security body OSCE's
mission to Ukraine after visiting the scene.
Israel pounds Gaza amid renewed truce efforts
Al Jazeera - US Secretary of State John Kerry flew into Tel Aviv on
Wednesday, defying the US flight ban, to try to broker a ceasefire. He
immediately set off for Jerusalem where he was to meet visiting UN chief
Ban Ki-moon, after which he was to travel to the West Bank city of
Ramallah for talks with Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas, a State
Department official said.
UN chief expresses condolences to Israeli regime
Press TV - The UN chief made the shocking remarks at joint press
conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu upon his
arrival in Tel Aviv on Tuesday. “I extend my deep condolences to the
prime minister and to the people of Israel on the fatalities from the
recent escalation,” Ban said.
Egypt tightens grip on border with Gaza amid rising casualties
Press TV - Egypt is refusing to open the Rafah border crossing with the
Gaza Strip to allow injured Palestinians to seek treatment at Egyptian
hospitals amid Israel's escalating military offensive against the
besieged coastal enclave.
'No safe place for civilians' in Gaza, U.N. says
(Reuters) - Palestinian civilians in densely-populated Gaza have no
place to hide from Israel's military offensive and children are paying
the heaviest price, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
EU to present extended Russian sanctions on Thursday – Ashton
RT - The EU Council did not agree to new Russian sanctions on Tuesday.
However, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said an extended
‘black list’ will be published on Thursday. It will include the energy,
and defense sectors, and financial markets.
Japan Changes Constitution to Join Global Drone Arms Race
Activist Post - Defense One is reporting a startling new reality in
Japan: the loosening of their constitution as a means to permit the
deployment of drones outside its borders. It comes at a particularly
troubling time, as tensions rise with China over resources in the area
of the Senkaku Islands.
Burger King, Starbucks, Japanese branches of McDonalds joins China
‘rotten food’ scandal
RT - China’s fast food scandal has spread to Burger King, Starbucks and
the Japanese branches of McDonalds as the chains admit using rotten meat
from a supplier in Shanghai.
Flight MH-17 Black Boxes To Be Analyzed In "Impartial" London
Zero Hedge - David Cameron said on Twitter that British experts at the
Air Accidents Investigation Branch will retrieve data from the flight
recorders for analysis, following a request from the Dutch government.
YouTube: Kiev Censors MH17 Air Traffic Control Recordings
Paul Joseph Watson - Why has Kiev failed to release recordings from air
traffic control tapes which could prove what happened to Malaysia
Airlines Flight 17? Ukrainian security services confiscated the tapes
immediately after the incident.
U.S. Admits Its MH17 ‘Evidence’ is Based on YouTube Clips & Social Media
Paul Joseph Watson - In a testy exchange between AP reporter Matt Lee
and U.S. State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf, Lee virtually
corners Harf into admitting that the “evidence” presented by the U.S. to
blame Russian-backed rebels for the shoot down of Malaysia Airlines
Flight 17 amounts to nothing more than YouTube videos and social media
FLASHBACK - Leaked documents show US Embassy in Ukraine is staging a
Gordon Duff - In a series of emails released on March 12, 2014, three in
particular stand out. Implicated is Lt. Colonel Jason Kresh, Assistant
Attaché at the US embassy in Kiev and Colonel Igor Protsyk, Chief,
Bilateral Cooperation Division of the PKO General Staff, Armed Forces of
the Ukraine. Emails outline a plan for a staged attack on a Ukrainian
air facility including maps of which planes are to be damaged. Other
operations are outlined as well. One thing is made clear; the attacks
are to appear as though done by Russia. This is stated repeatedly.
We will react to NATO build-up!': Key Putin quotes from defense policy
RT - Moscow will respond to NATO’s expansion towards Russia’s borders,
President Vladimir Putin said at the emergency Security Council meeting
in Moscow. Here are his key quotes on Russia’s defense, Western
sanctions, and violence in eastern Ukraine.
Israeli envoy: Our soldiers deserve a Nobel Peace Prize
middle-east-online.com - Israeli soldiers should be given the Nobel
Peace Prize for the "unimaginable restraint" they are showing in
fighting Hamas, Israel's ambassador to the US has said, backing his
country's right to self-defense.
Gazans flee Israeli bombardment – into the path of more bombs
The Guardian - Israel – including its Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
– has blamed Hamas for the high rate of civilian deaths, insisting Hamas
has turned Gazans into "human shields" or suggesting that Palestinians
themselves are somehow responsible for not fleeing when the Israeli army
has ordered them to. Gaza's residents have a different explanation for
why they have fled – and why they haven't.
UN school sheltering Gaza displaced hit by Israel shells
Israel hits Al-Jazeera Gaza office
middle-east-online.com - V channel Al-Jazeera evacuated its bureau in
Gaza after it came under fire on Tuesday, the Qatar-based network said,
and held Israel responsible for the safety of its staff.
Heartrending Gaza: Reporter breaks into tears live on air (VIDEO)
RT - A reporter for Al Jazeera news channel broke into tears halfway
through a television broadcast while relaying the horrific scenes and
destruction he witnessed following over two weeks of Israeli shelling in
Brazil's GM Soy Tied Up Over Trade Dispute With Monsanto
Activist Post - Brazil is the world's number one exporter of soy. It is
Monsanto's biggest market after the United States. The USDA expects
Brazil to break records next year with 91 million tons of soybean
production, but has said the U.S. could replace Brazil as the world's
top soybean exporter. Could that have anything to do with a current
U.S. News, Politics & Government
City Refuses to Pay For Obama Fundraising Visit
Mikael Thalen - The city of Medina, Wash. says it won’t be
paying for President Obama’s Tuesday evening fundraising visit.
According to Medina City Manager Mike Sauerwein, prior
presidential visits have cost local residents as much as $35,000
due to security related issues, but not anymore.
Rand Paul Rips Obama As Immigration Becomes Major 2016 Issue
Breitbart - President Barack Obama's executive amnesty for
illegal aliens via the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
program and other executive orders is a 'magnet' for illegal
immigration, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News on
Gang Member Wanted for Murder Killed in Border Shootout with
Breitbart - Citizens ran for cover as authorities and a presumed
member of the Texas Syndicate prison gang got into a brutal
firefight less than a mile from the border with Mexico.
Pelosi: Border Children Should Be Treated Like Refugee Baby
Breitbart - The congressional leader dismissed the strain on our
nations financial resources to care for all the children of the
world in troubled areas, saying she believes the U.S. government
should look at the children like "baby Jesus," who she added
"was a refugee from violence."
Former Border Agent: Gov’t Using Immigrant Children for
‘asymmetrical warfare’ Operation
Adan Salazar -“In other words [the government is] assisting in
the downfall of America..” By leaving strategic areas along the
southern U.S. border unprotected, and by using children as the
face of the illegal immigrant surge to elicit public sympathy,
the federal government is engaging in a sophisticated military
tactic known as “asymmetrical warfare” against the American
people, a former U.S. Border Patrol agent is warning.
Illegal Immigration And Gangs: Someday Our Cities Will Burn
Because We Didn’t Protect Our Borders
Economic Collapse - In many communities, gang activity is
already wildly out of control, and someday our cities will burn
because of the foolishness of the federal government.
Obamacare dealt massive setback by federal appeals court
Washington Times - Millions of Americans are not entitled to
government health insurance subsidies under Obamacare because of
the way the law is written, a divided three-judge panel of the
D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
VIDEO: Marine Gets Locked Inside VA Outpatient Clinic
Breitbart - News 13 reported on a Florida veteran who on Monday
was trapped inside of a VA outpatient center when the staff
forgot he was waiting.
Elderly veteran arrested for asking gov't officials to speak
RT - A 76-year-old military veteran was arrested for disorderly
conduct at a public county board meeting for asking officials to
speak up when they refused to use the microphones. The hearing
was over a controversial new plant in the area.
Two Ways Bird Declines Are Linked to Chemical Pesticides
Activist Post - "Neonicotinoids were always regarded as
selective toxins. But our results suggest that they may affect
the entire ecosystem," says Hans de Kroon of Radboud University
and co-author of a study recently published in Nature journal.
It's not just the bees. There are at least two ways that
neonicotinoid pesticides dramatically affect the bird
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Michigan Dept of Agri Forces Farmer to Dump 248 Gallons of
Organic Milk and Break 1200 Free Range Eggs
The Daily Sheeple - While Americans in the nearby city of
Detroit face life in third world conditions, unable to even
afford running water, the state of Michigan decided to direct
its resources towards cracking down on a small food co-op in
Standish for having the utter audacity to provide milk, butter,
cream and eggs to people who bought shares in the organic dairy.
4 important questions to ask vendors at your local farmer's
(NaturalNews) Some vendors at farmer's markets actually aren't
local but travel from market to market, sometimes crossing state
lines, selling wholesale produce. Sometimes these vendors pull
up to the market with large amounts of produce and sell straight
from the back of a truck. Just because it's sold at a farmer's
market, doesn't mean it's local.
15 Natural Remedies for Back Pain
Dr. Mercola - Before you resort to back-pain surgery, steroid
injections, or even prescription painkillers, try these highly
effective, safe, and natural alternatives.
Four herbs with natural painkilling properties
(NaturalNews) Tens of millions of people around the world live
with acute or chronic pain, and their desperate attempts to
alleviate it has made prescription painkillers a billion dollar
industry for Big Pharma.
Health benefits of cherries include reduced gout flare-ups
(NaturalNews) Along with the summer months come more of a
preference for a variety of seasonal fruits, ranging from
peaches to watermelon. Perhaps though, one fruit tops the list
of quintessential summer foods: cherries.
A Whole Foods Boycott?
Blacklisted News - For those not aware, it has been reported for
months that Whole Foods is knowingly selling dietary products
which are significantly contaminated with toxic heavy metals
such as lead, cadmium and tungsten. Some of these contaminated
levels exceed California Proposition 65 limits by nearly 2000%.
Fluoride, bleach and pesticide - three common chemicals in
(NaturalNews) The bottom line is that chemicals kill good
bacteria, and this is the number one detriment to all
immunity.... People who eat nutrient-dead food regularly are
getting shots full of chemicals. Eventually, after 10 to 20
years of consuming powerful food chemicals, putting toxins on
your skin and having them injected into muscle tissue regularly
(vaccines and flu shots), the human body breaks down.
Hemp Seed-Eating Village in China Holds Oldest, Healthiest
People in the World
Natural Society - Bolivia said to be the oldest living person in
the world, at 123 years of age, a village in China is boasting
ages far older than the global average, and few suffer from any
health problems. Scientists believe the secret is in their diet,
which actually includes lots of hempseed.
Scientists Review 343 Studies To See If Organic Food Is Really
Better For You
Natural Blaze - The study was recently published in The British
Journal of Nutrition and identified a clear difference between
organic and non-organic food.... The study emphasized that the
concentrations of a wide variety of antioxidants were found to
be far greater in organic crops than those within conventional
These Little Beans Pack a Big Health Punch
Natural Blaze - The National School of Biological Science of the
National Polytechnic Institute launched a study into the health
benefits of beans, specifically the Jamapa variety of black
beans, to evaluate the legume’s antioxidant and antihypertensive
qualities. The proteins found in beans also remove heavy metals
from the body.
The many health benefits of eating black pepper
STEPin2 - Black pepper is a popular spice worldwide. It is used
in almost every dish because of its perfect amount of heat and
flavor. According to a paper from the University of Wisconsin,
evidence shows that it has been used in virtually every
civilization in human history. Let’s take a look at the health
benefits of this organic food....
2 Electronic Tools that Make Caring for Your Pet a
Piece of Cake
Dr. Becker - The American Red Cross’s Pet First Aid
app for Apple and Android mobile devices gives you
quick access to your pet’s vital information
wherever you are. The 99-cent app contains advice
and step-by-step instructions for more than 25
common pet situations, such as how to administer
CPR, find the nearest pet hotel or learn about
substances that may be toxic for your furry friend.
Want to Help Slow Your Pet's Aging? Consider This
Dr. Becker - Results of a 25-year study on rhesus
macaques conducted at the Wisconsin National Primate
Research Center, suggest that monkeys fed a
reduced-calorie diet live longer than monkeys who
are able to eat as much as they want. In fact, the
free-fed monkeys were twice as likely to die at any
age as the calorie-restricted macaques.
- July 22, 2014 - Today in History:
1798 - The USS Constitution was underway and out to
sea for the first time since being launched on
October 21, 1797.
1812 - English troops under the Duke of Wellington
defeated the French at the Battle of Salamanca in
1937 - The U.S. Senate rejected President
Roosevelt's proposal to add more justices to the
1943 - American forces led by General George S.
Patton captured Palermo, Sicily.
1941 - Plans for the Pentagon were presented to the
House Subcommittee on Appropriations.
1975 - Confederate General Robert E. Lee had his
U.S. citizenship restored by the U.S. Congress.
1987 - The U.S. began its policy of escorting
re-flagged Kuwaiti tankers up and down the Persian
Gulf to protect them from possible attack by Iran.
1998 - Iran tested medium-range missile, capable of
reaching Israel or Saudi Arabia.
2000 - Astronomers at the University of Arizona
announced that they had found a 17th moon orbiting
2003 - In northern Iraq, Saddam Hussein's sons Odai
and Qusai were killed when U.S. forces stormed a
villa in Mosul, Iraq.
2004 - The September 11 commission's final report
was released. The 575-page report concluded that
hijackers exploited "deep institutional failings
within our government." The report was released to
White House officials the day before.
2009 - The longest total solar eclipse of the 21st
century, lasting up to 6 minutes and 38.8 seconds,
occurred over parts of Asia and the Pacific Ocean.
2011 - Space Shuttle Atlantis landed successfully at
Kennedy Space Center. It was the final flight of
NASA's space shuttle program.
MH17 Show & Tell: It’s the West’s Turn
Tony Cartalucci - Russia has now shown its satellite pictures and radar
information from the Donetsk, Ukraine region during the July 17, 2014
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash.... Now it's time for the Pentagon
to show the world their pictures and data along with their explanations.
Double standard: 298 killed on MH17 while media ignores 478 killed in
Eastern Ukraine by regime
Kurt Nimmo - Warning: Extremely graphic photos of slaughtered Ukrainian
civilians.... Since the regime’s crackdown on “terrorists,” in other
words separatists in the eastern part of the country opposed to rule
imposed by the Kyiv regime, nearly 500 hundred civilians have died,
including seven children. 1,392 civilians have been wounded. 279 remain
in the hospital.
Israel warplanes hit over 70 targets in Gaza
Press TV - Gaza police spokesman Ayman Batniji said on Tuesday morning
that Israeli military aircraft bombarded more than 70 targets including
five mosques and a sports complex in Gaza overnight.... Latest reports
say Israeli raids have killed nearly 600 Palestinians, with the
fatalities being mostly women and children. Over 3,500 others have also
sustained injuries in the Israeli raids.
Hundreds of Japanese hold silent protest for Gaza
akhbar.com - Some 500 people on Monday staged a silent protest in Tokyo
against the bloodshed in Gaza, the biggest such gathering in the
Japanese capital since the violence began early this month, organizers
In Photos: Worldwide protests against Israeli attack on Gaza
China signs currency swap worth 150 billion yuan with Switzerland
(Reuters) - China signed a bilateral currency swap agreement worth 150
billion yuan ($24.17 billion) with the Swiss central bank, which can
invest up to 15 billion yuan in China's bond market. The three-year
swap, signed on Monday, will "provide liquidity support for bilateral
economic and trade exchanges and help maintain financial stability," the
People's Bank of China (PBOC) said in a statement on its website,
'Tokyo should no longer be inhabited,' Japanese doctor warns residents
(NaturalNews) In an essay addressed to his colleagues, Japanese doctor
Shigeru Mita has explained why he recently moved away from Tokyo to
restart his practice in western Japan: He believes that Tokyo is no
longer safe to inhabit due to radioactive contamination caused by the
March 11, 2011, meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Malaysia, pro-Russians reach deal over MH17: PM
Press TV - According to the deal, made between Razak and Aleksander
Borodai, the prime minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's
Republic, the pro-Russians agreed to hand over the bodies of the victims
and grant access to the crash site, Razak added…He further noted that
the two black boxes of the plane will be given to a Malaysian team in
Kiev Attacks Donetsk, Headquarters for MH17 Response
Tony Cartalucci - Reuters reported that the NATO-backed regime in Kiev
has launched an offensive on the eastern city of Donetsk, Donetsk
province. In its article, “Fighting erupts in Ukraine as crash
investigators arrive,” Reuters states...
Ukrainian Su-25 fighter detected in close approach to MH17 before crash
RT - The Russian military detected a Ukrainian SU-25 fighter jet gaining
height towards the MH17 Boeing on the day of the catastrophe. Kiev must
explain why the military jet was tracking the passenger airplane, the
Russian Defense Ministry said.
evidence of militia’s responsibility for airliner crash faked says
ITAR-TASS - A tape posted by Ukrainian security services in the Internet
and allegedly recording a talk between self-defense fighters about the
destruction of a Malaysian airliner is a fake, experts said on Sunday.
Malaysia Airlines Diverts Flight Over Syrian Airspace
Paul Joseph Watson - Malaysia Airlines has caused consternation by
diverting a flight over Syrian airspace just days after the shoot down
of MH17. Having re-routed flights from eastern Ukraine in the aftermath
of last week’s deadly tragedy, the company has chosen instead to divert
some of its planes over airspace which is even more dangerous.
Malaysia PM Announces MH17 Black Boxes Will Be Handed Over Shortly
Zero Hedge - Quelling some conspiracies - though we are sure more will
come on 'tampering' - the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak issued a
statement confirming it has reached an agreement on the MH17
investigation... MALAYSIA SAYS BLACK BOXES TO BE HANDED OVER TO
Israeli tank strikes on Gaza hospital kill 4, scores injured - medics
RT - Four Palestinian’s have been killed and dozens wounded after an
Israeli tank shell hit the third floor of Al-Aqsa hospital in central
Gaza, according to a Health Ministry spokesman.
Yum, McDonald's apologize as new China food scandal hits
Reuters - McDonald's and KFC parent Yum apologized to customers on
Monday after Chinese regulators shut a local meat supplier following a
TV report that showed workers picking up meat from a factory floor, as
well as mixing meat beyond its expiration date with fresh meat.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
City Block Evacuated After Bus Passenger Finds Police Training
Mikael Thalen - Only moments after discovering the bag, officers
shut down all surrounding air space, barring news helicopters
and aircraft from flying near the scene. Incredibly, after a
bomb disposal robot shot through the device, police claimed the
item was a fake pipe bomb used during a training exercise the
Friend of accused Boston Marathon bomber faces 25 years in
RT - Azamat Tazhayakov, a friend of suspected Boston Marathon
bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was found guilty of one count of
obstruction of justice and one count of conspiracy to obstruct
justice in the first trial related to the April 2013 bombing.
Man killed in his home during police raid over $2 worth of
Police State USA - A man was shot to death in his bedroom by a
SWAT team that had stormed in uninvited looking for contraband
plants. The violence — which netted only trace amounts of
illegal vegetation — adds another casualty to the death toll in
America’s bloody Drug War.
IRS Official Says Even More Employees Had Computer Problems
reason.com - When it was later revealed that six more IRS
employees could not produce certain records related to the
investigation, at least one due to another computer failure, it
seemed more than a little convenient…Now, it appears that there
are even more records that the IRS may not be able to produce
due to employee computer failures.
What the Governor’s Press Conference Left Unresolved on Our
Breitbart - Governor Rick Perry’s much-anticipated announcement
of the deployment of up to 1,000 members of the Texas National
Guard to portions of the Texas border with Mexico left many
issues unresolved. As the deployment appears to be focused on
the Rio Grande Sector of the border, the most looming unresolved
issue is the fate of the rest of the border.
Budget to transport illegals across USA approaches $100M
Breitbart - The U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee approved
a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) budget for Fiscal Year
(FY) 2015 that includes $5.508 billion for Immigration and
Customs Enforcement operations. Included in that amount is more
than $87 million for the transportation of illegal
immigrants--most often via plane--from the U.S.-Mexico border to
federal facilities around the nation.
TX Town Swamped with Dead Bodies, 911 Calls 70 Miles From the
Breitbart - Brooks County is too far from the border to receive
federal funds for illegal immigrants, but from the discovery of
mass graves, illegals, including children, who roam aimlessly
sometimes until dead from the heat and exhaustion, the current
immigration crisis is far from confined to the border.
Goldman Managing Director Found Dead In Apparent Kite Surfing
Zero Hedge - Police are still investigating the tragic death of
39-year-old Goldman Sachs Managing Director Nicholas Valtz this
weekend…While there is no accusation of suicide in this case, it
sadly brings the number of young financial services executives
deaths to 16 this year.
Press Release: Veterans To Deliver Letter to Israeli Ambassador:
Stop the Slaughter of Palestinian Civilians in Gaza!
veteransforpeace.org - Members of Veterans For Peace will
deliver a letter to Israel's Embassy, 3514 International Dr. NW,
Washington, D.C. 20008, at 1:30 pm Monday afternoon, July 21.
The letter calls on the government of Israel to immediately halt
the bombing of Palestinian civilians and to withdraw all its
troops and military assets from Gaza. Colonel Ann Wright, who
has visited Palestine and Israel several times, will head up the
delegation. Related video.
Why the housing recovery is over, in four charts
fortune.com - If you’re waiting to sell your house because you
think prices will continue to rise, don’t. The housing recovery
that began in 2012 came on almost as quickly and forcefully as
the real estate crash that preceded it.
You are now Breathing Ethylene Dibromide, Virally Mutated Molds,
Nano-Particulates of Aluminum and Barium, and Polymer Fibers
with Unidentified Bio-Active Material
Geoengineering Watch - This image showing a relatively pristine
earth was taken during the Apollo Missions between 1969 and
1972. The earth floats like a beautiful blue and white jewel in
space with no haze or luminosity covering it. Compare it with
the next few images of earth taken during the era of chemtrails.
Shocking isn’t it?
Billionaire Warns: Yellen Collapse 'Will Be Unlike Any Other'
Moneynews - Another horrific stock market crash is coming, and
the next bust will be “unlike any other” we have seen. That’s
the message from Jeremy Grantham, co-founder and chief
investment strategist of GMO, a Boston-based firm with $117
billion in assets under management.
Detroit: No Water Shutoffs For Next 15 Days
ABC News - Detroit suspended its aggressive policy of cutting
off water to customers with unpaid bills on Monday, the latest
response to a controversy that has prompted large protests and
caught the attention of the judge overseeing the city's
SoCal Homeowners Spray-Painting Lawns Green To Avoid Water Fees
(CBS SF) - Painters color match parts of the lawn that are still
green using dyes mixed with water, and sprayed onto the grass.
McCoy says the grass doesn’t die completely, and when winter
rains come, the lawn will turn green again on their own.
Amazing Secret Way To Get FREE Solar Panels
knowledgeweighsnothing.com - The solar panel provider ends up
with a whole load of damaged but working solar panels. They
can’t sell them so they usually have to pay to have them
disposed of. What you need to do is find the contact details for
the solar panel providers and give them a call to see if they
have any damaged but functioning solar panels you can take off
their hands. The person I know who did this got around $800 of
working solar panels for free, just for a bit of detective work.
Online 'fingerprinting' stalking web users, nearly impossible to
RT - At least five percent of the internet’s top 100,000
websites are using a new kind of online tracking system – one
which essentially takes a “fingerprint” of your computer via its
Forensic scientist identifies suspicious 'back doors' running on
every iOS device
ZDNet - According to one slide the iPhone is "reasonably secure"
to a typical attacker and the iPhone 5 and iOS 7 are more secure
from everybody except Apple and the government.
Verizon Offers Free Gifts to Customers Who Consent to
Kit Daniels - Verizon Wireless is launching a rewards program
this week for subscribers who consent to having their everyday
What Does The Apollo 11 Moon Landing Site Look Like Today?
universetoday.com - Forty-five years ago yesterday, the Sea of
Tranquility saw a brief flurry of activity when Neil Armstrong
and Buzz Aldrin dared to disturb the ancient lunar dust. Now the
site has lain quiet, untouched, for almost half a century. Are
any traces of the astronauts still visible?
Mangosteen fruit shown to kill breast cancer cells without
(NaturalNews) Researchers from the University of Chinese Academy
of Sciences' (UCAS) College of Life Sciences found that the
pericarp of the mangosteen fruit, which is commonly grown in
Thailand and Malaysia, contains a unique compound that triggers
apoptosis, or cell death, in breast cancer cells.
The potent health benefits of thyme
STEPin2 - Organic thyme contains a volatile oil called thymol,
which may be responsible for thyme’s antioxidant benefits. Thyme
oil has been shown to significantly increase the amount of
healthy fats in animal studies. Organic thyme is also a great
source of manganese, which is considered to have antioxidant
Blackstrap molasses can improve hair growth and color
(NaturalNews) This nutritious grade of molasses, which is the
thick, syrup-like byproduct of the sugar cane refinement
process, is absolutely packed with essential minerals that are
seldom found in such high concentrations elsewhere. For this
reason, blackstrap makes a robust and inexpensive health
supplement that can correct many nutrient deficiencies in the
Whooping cough outbreak strikes county where 95 percent of
children are vaccinated
(NaturalNews) Yolo County, which sits directly east of Napa
County near Sacramento, is reportedly seeing a larger spike in
cases of pertussis than most other counties in California,
despite the fact that roughly 95 percent of the children living
there are up to date with their vaccines.
Low-Carb Mediterranean Diet Treats Type 2 Diabetes and Reduces
Need for Diabetes Drugs
Green Med Info - New research finds that a change to a low-carb
Mediterranean Diet can significantly reverse and reduce type 2
diabetes incidence, even more than a low-fat diet - which also
Formaldehyde in Pet Foods
Susan Thixton - Formaldehyde is approved by AAFCO
for use in animal feed, but there are regulations on
how much can be used.... For many companies
rendering dead animals for fat and meat meals, the
formaldehyde levels added during processing do not
always follow the correct meaning of what is defined
in AAFCO publications.
Seasonal Mistakes to Avoid with Your Pets -
Life-Saving Info Inside
Dr. Becker - Your dog can overheat virtually
anywhere – on a hiking trail or in your backyard;
the best route of prevention is to leave your dog at
home, ideally in an air-conditioned area, when it’s
hot (certainly if it’s 90°F or above).... Heatstroke
isn't only a matter for dogs; cats can suffer from
it too. I recommend keeping your cat indoors, but if
yours does spend time outside, make sure she's
inside if the temperatures become extreme,
especially during the hours between 10 a.m. and 4
- July 21, 2014 - Today in History:
1733 - John Winthrop was granted the first honorary
Doctor of Law Degree given by Harvard College in
1861 - The first major battle of the U.S. Civil War
began. It was the Battle of Bull Run at Manassas
Junction, VA. The Confederates won the battle.
1930 - The Veterans Administration of the United
States was established.
1944 - American forces landed on Guam during World
1949 - The U.S. Senate ratified the North Atlantic
1954 - The Geneva Conference partitioned Vietnam
into North Vietnam and South Vietnam.
1961 - Captain Virgil "Gus" Grissom became the
2nd American to rocket into a sub-orbital pattern
around the Earth. He was flying on the Liberty Bell
1980 - Draft registration began in the United States
for 19 and 20-year-old men.
1997 - The U.S.S. Constitution, which defended the
United States during the War of 1812, set sail under
its own power for the first time in 116 years.
2002 - WorldCom Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection. At the time it was the largest
bankruptcy in U.S. history.
2004 - White House officials were briefed on the
September 11 commission's final report. The 575-page
report concluded that hijackers exploited "deep
institutional failings within our government." The
report was released to the public the next day.
2010 - President Barack Obama signed into law the
most sweeping overhaul of U.S. lending and high
finance rules since the 1930s.
2011 - Space Shuttle Atlantis landed at Kennedy
Space Center in Florida. It was the last flight of
NASA's space shuttle program.
Whistleblower: U.S. Satellite Images Show Ukrainian Troops Shooting Down
Paul Joseph Watson - Award winning former Associated Press reporter
Robert Parry has been told by an intelligence source that the United
States is in possession of satellite imagery which shows that Ukrainian
troops were responsible for the shoot down of Malaysian Airlines Flight
Israel tanks, jets continue pounding Gaza
Press TV - Israeli tanks and warplanes have continued pounding the Gaza
Strip for the 14th day, with the death toll among Palestinians rising to
Palestinian envoy slams UN Security Council inaction
Press TV - Palestinian envoy to the United Nations Riyad Mansour has
criticized the UN Security Council for its inaction in the face of
Israel’s ongoing invasion of the Gaza Strip.
Venezuela condemns Israeli invasion of Gaza
Press TV - The Venezuelan president has called for an emergency meeting
of the United Nations Human Rights Council to condemn the Israeli regime
for its atrocities and policy of genocide against the Palestinian
population in Gaza.
What Happened to the Malaysian Airliner?
Paul Craig Roberts - One fact is that the separatists do not have the
expensive Buk anti-aircraft missile system or the trained personnel to
operate it. Another fact is that the separatists have no incentive to
shoot down an airliner and neither does Russia. Anyone can tell the
difference between low-flying attack aircraft and an airliner at 33,000
feet. The Ukrainians do have Buk anti-aircraft missile systems, and a
Buk battery was operational in the region and deployed at a site from
which it could have fired a missile at the airliner.
The Buk air defense system is in service with a number of countries
military-today.com - The Buk has been exported to a number of countries.
After collapse of the Soviet Union a number of air defense systems were
passed on to successor states. Currently Russia operates about 350
systems. Other operators are Azerbaijan, Belarus, Cyprus, Egypt,
Finland, Georgia, India, North Korea, Ukraine, Syria, Vietnam and
Biggest Dutch Daily Calls For NATO Intervention To Protect MH17;
Feinstein Tells Putin To "Man Up And Confess"
Zero Hedge - As expected, the narrative that the jet was shot down over
Ukraine by Putin promptly became the go to version of the western media,
and in the absence of actual facts, the appeal to emotions took over and
quickly hit a fever pitch. Below is a sampling of some UK newspaper
Ron Paul — What the Media Won’t Report About Malaysian Airlines Flight
ronpaulinstitute.org - Just days after the tragic crash of a Malaysian
Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, Western politicians and media
joined together to gain the maximum propaganda value from the disaster.
It had to be Russia; it had to be Putin, they said.
Malaysia Airlines Releases Flight MH17 passenger list
malaysiaairlines.com - Malaysia Airlines is appealing to the family
members or friends of those onboard MH17 to contact the airline.
Enclosed is the MH17 passenger manifest for reference.... As of 19
July 2014, 5:00pm, the table below shows the latest number of passengers
and their nationalities...
World mourns MH17 crash victims as body recovery continues
RT - The fragments of Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight and the bodies of
victims in the tragic crash were scattered over a space of several
square kilometers including residential area in eastern Ukraine. Local
residents were among those sharing the shock and burden of having to
deal with the bodies, and many adorned the site of the crash with
flowers on Saturday.
Gaza suffers its deadliest day after 'heinous massacre'
The Independent - A night and day of ferocious violence has resulted in
more than 100 deaths in Gaza, with Palestinian accusations that a bloody
assault on the town of Shuja’iya by Israeli forces, leaving bodies on
the streets and buildings destroyed, was motivated by revenge for the
deaths of 13 soldiers.
Related video (Very Graphic)
15,000 turn out for pro-Gaza rally in London (PHOTOS)
RT - London streets were swarmed by a pro-Palestinian demonstration
which gathered nearly 15,000 participants Saturday. Marching down to the
Israeli Embassy from Downing Street, they chanted “Israel is a terror
state,” slamming Tel Aviv’s offensive in Gaza.... The death toll from
the operation launched by Israel, including the ground offensive of two
days ago, has now reached 400 people by Palestinian health ministry’s
accounts, the overwhelming majority of them civilians.
Russia to work with BRICS in combating Afghanistan drug smuggling
IRR - Russia is going to have to increasingly depend on the BRICS
countries and neighbours of drug producing regions, instead of NATO, to
battle drug trafficking, the Head of Russia’s Federal Drug Control
Service Viktor Ivanov said.
Australia becomes first developed country to abolish carbon tax
RT - The Australian Senate has voted to scrap the controversial two-year
old carbon emission tax, signaling a major victory for Prime Minister
Tony Abbott. Reaching the national carbon reduction goals remains in
Venezuela's Breathtaking Air Tax
Bloomberg - On July 1, the government of President Nicolas Maduro
started collecting a fresh-air tax on airline passengers at the
country's biggest airport. The charge -- about $20 -- is (please inhale)
for breathing the air at Maiquetia's departure terminal, where the
ventilation system apparently has been enhanced with refreshing dollops
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Of Course the White House Knew the Border Crisis Was Coming and
Lied about It
The Daily Sheeple - Newly released Homeland Security data shows
the government knew about the coming border crisis a year ago.
You mean…wait, you mean the government LIED?
FedEx Indicted For Failing To Look Into Its Packages To See If
Any Online Pharmacies Were Sending Drugs
techdirt.com - The company that's merely acting as the conduit
shouldn't be liable for what's traversing over its system. The
implications of changing that, and holding a company liable are
very serious. It's going to create massive incentives for
shipping companies to not just open up and look at what's in our
packages, but to also make on-the-fly determinations of whether
or not they think it's legal.
Hillary Tells EU to Use MH17 Tragedy to Find Alternatives to
Gazprom (dollar dumping gas giant)
Activist Post - Ah, now the agenda is starting to make a bit
more sense. Hillary Clinton doesn't want a good crisis to go to
waste. She told Charlie Rose that her recommendation to the
European Union is to take advantage of the shot-down MH17
tragedy to "Immediately accelerate efforts to find alternatives
Dear Fellow American: Do You Remember Iraq? Syria? ANYTHING?
Washington's Blog - Do you remember that the U.S. government
came really close to lying us into a war in Syria? Or that the
mainstream media played a big part in both wars … and apologized
for their horrible coverage. So why do you now believe – without
any investigation or evidence – the American government and
media now saying that Putin is guilty for the shootdown of the
Former Border Patrol Chief: ‘1 in 5’ Illegals Has Criminal
Breitbart - Former US Border Patrol Deputy Chief Ronald Coburn
reported that the southern border is seeing “the kind of chaos
we saw along the border prior to 9/11” and that “one in five”
illegal aliens today has a criminal record in an appearance on
Saturday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Justice With
Wolfgang Halbig: 11,000 page Sandy Hook “script”/ CT State
Police gave false affidavits
Veterans Today - Two Connecticut State Troopers have now
confirmed to Wolfgang Halbig that an 11,000 page document in his
possession was “the script” for the Sandy Hook fake shooting.
Rep. Massie on shocking 9/11 documents: "It challenges you to
Ben Swann - On Friday Rep. Massie commented on his Facebook
page: “Before we involve ourselves in #Iraq, Congressmen and
their constituents need to know more about the events leading up
to 9/11. Understanding what enabled this tragedy to occur is
fundamental to drafting a strategy for the Middle East.
Historic rally in Detroit — 3,000, led by RNs and community
leaders ‘Turn on the water.’
National Nurses United - Brandishing signs that read “Water is a
Human Right,” “Turn on the Water. Tax Wall Street,” “Water =
Life,” “Blame Chase,” “Make the Banks Pay,” and “Nurses are the
Real Emergency Managers,” marchers streamed through downtown
Detroit to a big rally in front of the city/county building
after a stop at a branch of Chase bank. Related video.
The Obama Administration Will Seize Land from the Lakota Sioux
if They aren’t Stopped
pjmedia.com - The federal government is planning to take the
South Unit of Badlands National Park and turn it over to the
Department of the Interior, to have it administered by the
National Park Service.
The Austerity Diaries: How Long Can You Go Without Spending
The Daily Sheeple - I’m not talking about your day-to-day
necessities like house payments and fuel for the vehicle. I’m
talking about those little impulse buys that most of us make
without thinking twice about them. We spend more money than we
realize on silly things. If you spend money on the following,
you could go a lot longer than you think without spending.
Democratic Senators Introduce Bill to Hold Corporate Officers
Criminally Responsible for Concealing Dangers
AllGov - The Hide No Harm Act, introduced by Senators Richard
Blumenthal (D-Connecticut), Bob Casey (D-Pennsylvania) and Tom
Harkin (D-Iowa) calls for executives to be prosecuted and jailed
if found guilty of making decisions that injure or kill people.
California City Will Fine Couple $500 For Not Watering Brown
Lawn, State Will Fine’em $500 If They Do
The Consumerist - When you’re in a steady relationship,
communication is clear. Because when mom says to do one thing,
and dad says another, the kids get really confused. Such is the
case in California, where the state has issued rules for
homeowners to conserve water in the midst of extreme drought,
with fines of $500 per day or violating those guidelines, but
one city is threatening to fine a couple $500 — unless they
water their lawn.
California Halts Injection of Fracking Waste, Warning it May Be
ProPublica - California officials have ordered an emergency
shut-down of 11 oil and gas waste injection sites and a review
more than 100 others in the state's drought-wracked Central
Valley out of fear that companies may have been pumping fracking
fluids and other toxic waste into drinking water aquifers there.
Sonic cannons for E. Coast: Obama approves oil exploration
despite ‘threat to sea life’
RT - The Obama administration has announced it is reopening the
US Eastern Seaboard to offshore oil and gas exploration,
clearing the way for the use of sonic cannons to locate energy
deposits - despite the threat to sea life.
Climate change: Could we engineer greener humans?
BBC - “What hasn’t been suggested with respect to addressing
climate change?” The answer they landed on is human engineering:
the biomedical modification of human beings to reduce their
impact on the environment. The associate professor suggests that
by changing our underlying biology – altering our size or diet,
for instance – we could create greener humans.
U.S. Says Russia Planned Digital Terror Attack on NASDAQ
Kurt Nimmo - As the world heard about the downing of MH17 in
Ukraine on July 17, Bloomberg Businesswek reported hackers with
an “intelligence agency of another country” had placed malware
on the American stock exchange NASDAQ.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
One Man’s Genius Idea For Growing A Huge Tomato Crop
hometalk.com - I started may 28th planting 4 tomatoes around a
garbage can with holes drilled in the bottom rim and a second
row up about 10 inches... buried the can to where the top holes
just barely were above the ground... put in two shovels full of
compost... then I fill the can up with water ever 2 days and try
not to water the leaves... these four plants are now 5 ft 4
inches in less that a month and a half and loaded with green
tomatoes and about a hundred sets of tomato blossoms...
How to Prevent, and Treat, Sunburn
Dr. Mercola - The amount of antioxidants you get from your diet
actually plays a major role in how you effectively avoid
sunburn. The more antioxidants you have in your skin, the lower
your risk of getting burned. They act as an internal type of
sunscreen and allow you to maximize your sun exposure while
minimizing the risks. Carotenoids, for instance, are critical to
the photosynthetic process and protect a plant or organism from
damage by light and oxygen.
Essential oils are the perfect non-toxic bug repellant
(NaturalNews) Natural remedies have been used for thousands of
years as people have struggled to keep bugs at bay. One
particularly useful solution to the insect problem has
traditionally been essential oils.
Dementia prevention: coconut oil continues succeeding; Big
Pharma keeps failing
(NaturalNews) There have been three attempts since 2012 to
create an effective and not too terribly toxic pharmaceutical
solution to Alzheimer's. They all failed and even caused
worsening conditions with an occasional death during testing.
Aloe vera and coconut oil: two superfoods shown to treat acne
(NaturalNews) According to the American Academy of Dermatology,
acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States,
affecting an estimated 40 to 50 million people across the
6 Things You Didn't Know About Watermelon
Dr. Mercola - Watermelon contains more of the antioxidant
lycopene than fresh tomatoes; one cup of watermelon has 1.5
times the lycopene as a raw tomato. L-citrulline, an amino acid
in watermelon, seems to protect against muscle pain. Watermelon
rind is edible and actually contains more of the amino acid
citrulline than the pink flesh; citrulline is converted to
arginine in your kidneys, which is important for heart and
immune system health.
Top 10 magnesium-rich foods to boost your intake of this
(NaturalNews) Magnesium helps keep the immune system healthy,
fights depression, helps prevent high blood pressure and muscle
twitches like restless leg syndrome and reduces your risk of
migraine headaches. Some experts say the mineral may also play
an important role in preventing Alzheimer's disease and colon
Deadly mosquito virus reported in eastern Massachusetts
wwlp.com - The Massachusetts Department of Health just confirmed
that a July 15th laboratory test in Plymouth County has tested
positive for EEE, a dangerous virus that can cause inflammation
of the brain and in one third of cases, death.
These Blockbuster Drugs Destroy Heart Benefits of Fish Oil
Green Med Info - Last year, we reported on a study published in
JAMA which proposed that statin drugs are responsible for
interfering with contemporary fish oil trial results by
inhibiting the efficacy of omega-3 fatty acids – a still widely
unrecognized confounding variable which we have not found
reported elsewhere. At the time of the JAMA report, this
explanation was strictly speculative. Now, a new retrospective
study lends significant epidemiological support to the
Antipsychotic Meds May Literally Shrink Your Brain says Study
Natural Blaze - A study published today has confirmed a link
between antipsychotic medication and a slight, but measurable,
decrease in brain volume in patients with schizophrenia.
A Water Recipe That Literally Flushes Fat
Natural Blaze - You may have heard some of the hype about “Fat
Flush Water.” But how exactly does water flush fat out of your
system? Clearly, water is not some kind of magic diet
supplement. Your body needs enough water everyday to keep
hydrated and cleanse itself of unwanted materials.
Xanax for dogs? Epidemic of medicated dogs calling into question
sanity of their owners
(NaturalNews) More and more vets are prescribing mind-altering
psychiatric drugs for dogs they've diagnosed with depression or
anxiety. These drugs come with a whole busload of side effects
and warnings, including, according to the ASPCA ironically,
- July 18, 2014 - Today in History:
1743 - "The New York Weekly Journal" published the
first half-page newspaper ad.
1789 - Robespierre, a deputy from Arras, France,
decided to back the French Revolution.
1812 - Great Britain signed the Treaty of Orebro,
making peace with Russia and Sweden.
1914 - Six planes of the U.S. Army helped to form an
aviation division called the Signal Corps.
1932 - The U.S. and Canada signed a treaty to
develop the St. Lawrence Seaway.
1935 - Ethiopian King Haile Selassie urged his
countrymen to fight to the last man against the
invading Italian army.
1936 - The first Oscar Meyer Wienermobile rolled out
of General Body Company’s factory in Chicago, IL.
1936 - The Spanish Civil War began as Gen. Francisco
Franco led an uprising of army troops based in
Spanish North Africa.
1942 - The German Me-262, the first jet-propelled
aircraft to fly in combat, made its first flight.
1944 - U.S. troops captured Saint-Lo, France, ending
the battle of the hedgerows.
1944 - Hideki Tojo was removed as Japanese premier
and war minister due to setbacks suffered by his
country in World War II.
1947 - U.S. President Truman signed the Presidential
Succession Act, which placed the Speaker of the
House and the Senate President Pro Tempore next in
the line of succession after the vice president.
1971 - New Zealand and Australia announced they
would pull their troops out of Vietnam.
2005 - An unrepentant Eric Rudolph was sentenced in
Birmingham, Ala., to life in prison for an abortion
clinic bombing that killed an off-duty police
officer and maimed a nurse.
2011 - Gen. David Petraeus handed over command of
American and coalition forces in Afghanistan to Gen.
Security Council to meet on Ukraine, Malaysia plane
Press TV - The United Nations Security Council is set to hold an
emergency meeting to discuss the crash of a Malaysian airliner in the
troubled eastern Ukraine. The meeting will take place on Friday at the
request of the permanent mission of Britain to the UN in New York.
John McCain warns of 'incredible repercussions' if Russian forces or
pro-Russian separatists downed MH17
Daily Mail - U.S. Senator John McCain said Thursday that there would be
'hell to pay, and there should be,' if Russian forces or pro-Russian
separatists in Ukraine were behind the missile attack that brought down
Malaysian Airlines flight 17.
Was Flight MH-17 Diverted Over Restricted Airspace?
Zero Hedge - While there are various questions that have already emerged
from what was supposed to be Ukraine’s “slam dunk” proof confirming
Russian rebel involvement in today’s MH-17 tragedy, perhaps one just as
gaping question emerges when one looks at what is clearly an outlier
flight path in today’s final, and tragic, departure of the Malaysian
Airlines Boeing 777.
Putin denies Russia will reopen spy base in Cuba
Press TV - Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied reports that
Moscow plans to reopen a Cold War listening post in Cuba. Putin said on
Thursday that Russia could "meet its defense needs without this
Ebola virus spreads in four more Liberian counties
Press TV - New cases of Ebola virus have been found in four additional
counties in Liberia, raising the number of affected counties to seven
out of a total of 15.
Malaysian airliner crashes in E. Ukraine near Russian border, over 280
people on board
RT - A Malaysia Airlines’ Boeing-777 with over 280 passengers on board
has crashed in Ukraine, close to the border with Russia. Both Kiev and
the opposition deny involvement in the incident.
Kiev deployed powerful surface-to-air missile systems to E. Ukraine
ahead of the Malaysian plane crash
RT - The Ukrainian military has several batteries of Buk surface-to-air
missile systems with at least 27 launchers, capable of bringing down
high-flying jets, in the Donetsk region where the Malaysian passenger
plane crashed, Russian Defense Ministry said.
Ukraine Already Blaming Russia for Shooting Down Malaysian Airliner
The Daily Sheeple - Ukrainian separatists have officially denied
responsibility for the downed Boeing. But in its afternoon coverage
today, ABC News ran this statement from the Foreign Ministry in Kiev
claiming to have proof it will soon present that Russia brought down the
Reports that Putin flew similar route as MH17, presidential airport says
'hasn't overflown Ukraine for long time'
RT - Malaysian Airlines MH17 plane was travelling almost the same route
as Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s jet shortly before the crash that
killed 295, Interfax news agency reports citing sources.
[FIRST FOOTAGE] Malaysia flight MH17 crash site
Live Leak - [Warning: Graphic images] Video has emerged showing the
crash site of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, which was allegedly shot
down by a Russian operated Buk Missile System. So far Russia has denied
FLASHBACK 2001 - Ukraine admits missile may have downed Russian plane
The Guardian - A Ukrainian official today admitted that his country's
military may have mistakenly shot down a Russian commercial airliner
over the Black sea last week, killing all 78 people on board. The
announcement by Yevhen Marchuk, the head of the Ukrainian security
council and a member of the commission investigating the tragedy, marks
the first time that the country has conceded it may be responsible.
Democrats Blame Russia for Passenger Plane Shoot Down
Kurt Nimmo - Julia Ioffe, writing for the New Democrat propaganda
centerpiece New Republic, insinuates separatist rebels in eastern
Ukraine are responsible for the shoot down of Malaysian Airlines Flight
17 earlier today. Ioffe, a Russian-born blogger, appears regularly on
Mockingbird media venues such as MSNBC, The Washington Post, The New
Yorker, Foreign Policy, and Forbes. She specializes in anti-Russian
IDF calls up additional 18,000 reservists as ground operation in Gaza
RT - Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered the military
to start a ground operation in Gaza, his office has announced. "The
prime minister and defence minister have instructed the IDF to begin a
ground operation tonight in order to hit the terror tunnels from Gaza
into Israel," the statement said.
Israel & Palestine: The Maps Tell The True Story
What Really Happened - How does a defensive action result in the total
conquest of someone else's lands? The answer is that it does not. Israel
is the aggressor. The maps of Israel then and now prove it.
“Development Banks” Are Ruining the Philippines: Billions of Dollars
Deeper in Debt with the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank
Global Research - The groups, denouncing new World Bank loans for
recovery efforts in typhoon-devastated areas, said that the Philippines
needs grants, not enlargement of its debts, to recover from the death
and destruction caused by super-typhoon Yolanda.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Obama And Putin Speak, Mention Plane Crash; Obama Threatens With
Zero Hedge - While the world was riveted by the latest Malaysian
Airlines tragedy, Obama and Putin spoke. According to Reuters,
Obama warned Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday that
the United States and its allies are prepared to impose
additional sanctions on Moscow if it does not change course in
U.S. Army Training to Fight Black Americans
Paul Joseph Watson - A promotional video touting FEMA’s
emergency response capabilities shows U.S. National Guard troops
training to detain unruly African-American citizens in prison
camps before handing them over to police.
14 Reasons Obama Is Lying When He Claims The World Is ‘More
Stable’ And ‘Less Violent’ Than Ever
Economic Collapse - The world is becoming increasingly unstable,
and if we aren't really careful we could see World War III break
out before too long. But if you listen to Obama, he makes it
sound like we are living in an emerging global utopia.
Florida city imposes fines and jailtime for violating dress code
on public property
Police State USA - The 4-0 vote on July 15th officially created
a new crime in the City of Ocala: wearing saggy pants....
Individuals whose pants sag two (2) inches below the natural
waistline may now be issued a 2nd Degree Misdemeanor. The
punishment is fines of up to $500.00 or the possibility of jail
time up to 180 days.
Teen hospitalized after being suspected of being out past
Police State USA - It was just past 10:00 p.m., the hour in
which the town of Clairton (pop. 6,700) had arbitrarily declared
that people under the age of 18 must not be found in public
under penalty of law. The ordinance (and all such curfews)
directly violates the individuals’ right to travel and peaceably
Connecticut trooper admits to stealing cash, gold from dying
RINF - A veteran Connecticut state trooper faces a year and a
half in prison after he pleaded guilty on Wednesday to stealing
a dying motorcyclist’s cash and gold crucifix at the scene of a
Microsoft to Slash 18,000 Jobs Week After Bill Gates Pushed for
Unlimited Guest-Worker Visas
Breitbart - On Thursday, a week after former Microsoft CEO Bill
Gates argued for amnesty and for an unlimited number of
high-tech guest-worker visas, Microsoft announced it would slash
Elizabeth Warren Torches Janet Yellen on Too-Big-To-Fail
Zero Hedge - Yellen’s acting routine is worthy of an Academy
Award. In her role, she plays a caring, sweet, grandmotherly
type figure all concerned about the poor and middle-class, when
reality points to a career as a staunch, frontline protecter of
the bankster oligarchy.
extends highway trust fund by $10.9B
CNBC News - The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday
overwhelmingly passed a $10.9 billion extension of U.S.
transportation funding through May 2015, a measure aimed at
averting cutbacks in August in federal money for road, bridge
and transit projects
636,000 Vets Wait a Month or More for Doc Appointments
USA Today - Some 636,000 veterans across the country have
medical appointments that are least a month from when they
wanted to be seen, and 8,000 have been waiting four months to
see a doctor, the chairman of a Senate committee announced
California Citizens Fill Shasta County Board of Supervisors’
Chambers Hearing Today Over Chemtrails
therundownlive.com - The Shasta County Board of Supervisors
voted unanimously this afternoon to investigate further on
“chemtrails” after nearly four hours of public comment on the
Snowden: NSA employees routinely pass around intercepted nude
arstechnica.com - Edward Snowden has revealed that he witnessed
“numerous instances” of National Security Agency (NSA) employees
passing around nude photos that were intercepted “in the course
of their daily work.”
U.S. Military Seeks To Brain Scan Troops For “Signs of Potential
The Daily Sheeple - The massive investment in neuroscience
undertaken by the U.S. BRAIN project and its sister initiative
the Human Brain Project is increasingly taking a turn toward the
examination of mental health. In fact, hundreds of European
scientists working on the project are threatening a boycott
because of this direction.
Public Outrage Over Net Neutrality Proposal Causes FCC Site to
Common Dreams - The Federal Communications Commission received
so many comments on net neutrality Tuesday that its site
crashed, making it necessary to extend the public comment period
until midnight on Friday.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
US Government Orders Farmers To Destroy 30 Million Pounds Of
Their Own Crop
Off the Grid News - In one of the worst examples of government
regulation and intrusion, the US government ordered Michigan
cherry farmers to literally dump 30 million pounds of cherries
on the ground. Even worse, many cherry farmers are being driven
out of business because of the outrageous rules.
Farm Animal Sex' Sign Tries to Scare Off Housing Development
Breitbart - Residents of a rural area in Florida are fighting a
proposed housing development by putting up signs warning their
potential new neighbors about what really goes on at farms in
Strawberries proven to block mercury in fish: Health Ranger
shares research with the public
(NaturalNews) As part of my ongoing scientific research into
heavy metals, elemental retention and metals capturing, I have
identified and documented anti-heavy-metals substances which
have a remarkable natural affinity for binding with and
"capturing" heavy metals.
Three healthy summer desserts that are simply yummy
(NaturalNews) Summertime is the perfect time to indulge in
healthy, cooling desserts. Here are three delicious deserts that
are nutritious enough for you and your family to enjoy guilt
free all summer long.
Curcumin Kills Throat Cancer Cells: Study
Natural Blaze - It is widely believed that curcumin, a component
of turmeric spice, is an effective anti-inflammatory agent and
pain reducer. However, there is now documented evidence that
curcumin is actually a cancer killer.
Drug-Resistant Superbug Cases Rise Significantly in Southeastern
Activist Post - Cases of the highly contagious, drug-resistant
bacteria, carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), have
increased fivefold in community hospitals in the Southeastern
United States, according to a new study published in the August
issue of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, the
journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
- July 17, 2014 - Today in History:
1821 - Spain ceded Florida to the U.S.
1862 - National cemeteries were authorized by the
1866 - Authorization was given to build a tunnel
beneath the Chicago River. The three-year project
1867 - Harvard School of Dental Medicine was
established in Boston, MA. It was the first dental
school in the U.S.
1898 - U.S. troops under General William R. Shafter
took Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American
1941 - Brigadier General Soervell directed Architect
G. Edwin Bergstrom to have basic plans and
architectural perspectives for an office building
that could house 40,000 War Department employees on
his desk by the following Monday morning. The
building became known as the Pentagon.
1945 - U.S. President Truman, Soviet leader Josef
Stalin and British Prime Minister Winston S.
Churchill began meeting at Potsdam in the final
Allied summit of World War II. During the meeting
Stalin made the comment that "Hitler had escaped."
1946 - Chinese communists opened a drive against the
Nationalist army on the Yangtze River.
1955 - Disneyland opened in Anaheim, CA.
1960 - Francis Gary Powers pled guilty to spying
charges in a Moscow court after his U-2 spy plane
was shot down over the Soviet Union.
1966 - Ho Chi Minh ordered a partial mobilization of
North Vietnam forces to defend against American air
1975 - An Apollo spaceship docked with a Soyuz
spacecraft in orbit. It was the first link up
between the U.S. and Soviet Union.
1979 - Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza
resigned and fled to Miami in exile. (Florida)
1986 - The largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history
took place when LTV Corporation asked for court
protection from more than 20,000 creditors. LTV
Corp. had debts in excess of $4 billion.
1987 - Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North and rear
Admiral John Poindexter begin testifying to Congress
at the "Iran-Contra" hearings.
1995 - The Nasdaq composite stock index rose above
1,000 for the first time.
1997 - After 117 years, the Woolworth Corp. closed
its last 400 stores.
1998 - Biologists reported that they had deciphered
the genome (genetic map) of the syphilis bacterium.
2000 - Bashar Assad succeeded his late father, Hafez
Assad, becoming Syria's 16th head of state.
2009 - Former CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite died at
Israeli Military "Denies Targeting Children" Slammed For "Not Having The
Courage To Talk To Hamas"
Zero Hedge - In one of the most uncomfortable (and must-see) interviews,
UK Channel 4's John Snow 'discusses' Israel's bombing raids and policies
towards Hamas with Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev. The
interview starts with a punch, "How does killing children on a beach
contribute to your purpose of protecting Israeli civilians?"
Israel seeking US entanglement in another war: Analyst
Press TV - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “wants the US to
come to Israel’s aid in this conflict (war on Gaza) and that way get the
US bogged down in a greater war in the Middle East,” Colin Cavell, an
author and lecturer, said in an interview with Press TV on Wednesday.
YouTube: Game Changing Major End The Fed Rally Planned in Europe
In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Lars Maehrholz during his layover
in Berlin about the merger of 128 cities and 5 countries that will come
together on July 19th to do a mass protest against the U.S Federal
Reserve in Berlin Germany....
Putin: US sanctions contradict its national interests, will backfire
RT - Imposing sanctions on Russia and blaming it for destabilizing
Ukraine contradicts US national interests, President Putin said at the
BRICS summit in Brazil, emphasizing that declared support of Ukrainians
should not be limited to the country’s oligarchs.
US Senate panel looks to double funds for Israel's Iron Dome
Press TV - A US Senate panel has approved a measure that would double
the funding for Israel's Iron Dome missile system as Tel Aviv’s new wave
of aggression against Palestinians continues.
‘Shells were chasing them’: Four Palestinian children killed on beach by
RT - "The kids were playing football on the beach," Ahmed Abu Hassera,
who witnessed the explosions along with dozens of foreign journalists
located nearby, told Reuters. "When the first shell hit the land, they
ran away but another shell hit them all. It looked as if the shells were
President Bashar al-Assad.Transcript of Inauguration Speech
Global Research - President Bashar al-Assad was sworn in Wednesday
before the members of the People’s Assembly. Following the swearing-in
ceremony, the President delivered a speech in which he first saluted the
Syrian people. Below is the full text of the President’s speech…
Behind ‘Smokescreen’ of Charity, Global Financial Elite Pillage African
Nations $60bn Each Year
The Daily Sheeple - Under the “smokescreen” of giving aid or charity,
western governments and multinational corporations are pillaging states
in sub-Sahara Africa with losses nearing $60 billion each year,
according to research published on Tuesday by a coalition of 10 Africa
and UK-based NGOs.
Japan nuclear regulator gives first plant security clearance since
Fox News - A Japanese nuclear plant won preliminary approval Wednesday
for meeting stringent post-Fukushima safety requirements, clearing a
major hurdle toward becoming the first to restart under the tighter
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Lawmakers challenge spending billions more on wars
McClatchy - Pentagon leaders faced a bipartisan barrage of
skeptical questions Wednesday from lawmakers over President
Barack Obama’s request for $58.6 billion in emergency funds for
conflicts in Afghanistan, Syria, Ukraine and beyond.
Young American Jew Stands Up For Palestine, Disappeared By
Liberty Crier - A young American Jew dares to suggest that his
country should use a different strategy when dealing with the
Palestinians. For the crime of his thoughts, police swarm him
and disappear him into a truck after gagging him with his scarf
and pressing his head to the ground under the weight of a police
officer’s knee. [Adult Content]
If You Own A Kalashnikov Rifle, Obama Just Sanctioned You
Zero Hedge - If you thought the latest round of US sanctions
against some largely unknown Russians and a few new companies...
most notably Rosneft and Gazprombank - but not Gazprom, never
Gazprom - that would cut off Russian gas to Europe and Merkel
doesn't want that - would be largely a non-event, you are right.
Intel Report: Murder Rate in Central America Declined as
Illegals Entering US Increased
Breitbart - Though the Obama administration has insisted that
illegal immigrant children from Central America are flooding
across the border primarily to escape rampant violence, a leaked
intelligence report concludes that is not necessarily the case,
especially because the murder rate in El Salvador, Guatemala,
and Honduras has declined since 2012.
Released Alien from Border Crisis Arrested for Alleged Murder,
Kidnapping in Texas
Breitbart - An illegal immigrant who was released by U.S.
authorities with a Notice to Appear has been arrested for the
alleged murder of a woman and kidnapping of children on U.S.
soil. The alleged crimes occurred after the man was released.
MS-13 Gang Member Arrested with Car Full of Illegal Recruits
krgv.com - La Grulla police officer pulled over a vehicle after
a traffic violation. The officer discovered several undocumented
immigrants. The officer said he was shocked to find a member of
the hyper-violent gang among the immigrants. He said the
26-year-old illegal immigrant from El Salvador was covered in
tattoos linking him to the criminal organization.
Free Luxury Resort For Illegals Has $1000+ Rooms For Rent
Paul Joseph Watson - A luxury Texas resort hotel set to be
transformed into a facility to house illegal immigrants as a
result of a $50 million dollar contract awarded by the Obama
administration also has rooms to rent for over $1000 dollars a
Baptist Child and Family Services Withdraws Bid...
Proposed Business Flat Tax Promising for New Hampshire
atr.org - The New Hampshire Center for Economic Policy recently
unveiled a proposal to consolidate multiple state business taxes
into a single Business Flat Tax (BFT).
The Ted Kennedy Death Tax Loophole
atr.org - Forbes recently reviewed how the billion dollar
Kennedy family actively avoids the death tax by their cunning
use of various accounting gimmicks and family trusts. The
Kennedy hypocrisy is astounding given the average American can’t
afford such pricey lawyers and investors to protect their
If This Keeps Up, They Will Have To Start Putting Armed Guards
On Food Trucks
Economic Collapse - The basic necessities in life just keep
getting more expensive.
Wife's outrage after unconscious vet was pronounced DEAD at VA
Daily Mail - According to Jennifer Dunn, doctors at the
Lexington VA Hospital assured her last week that her husband,
Danny Dunn, was no longer among the living. The wife was given
her husband’s time of death, but when she went into his room to
bid a final farewell, she found Mr Dunn with a strong heart rate
and blood pressure.
Judges rebuff Obama over Chinese firm's purchase of wind farms
McClatchy - Obama’s move was the first time in 22 years that a
president had blocked a foreign acquisition of an American
company for national security reasons.
Did the Other Shoe Just Drop? Big Banks Hit with Monster $250
Billion Lawsuit in Housing Crisis
Ellen Brown - For years, homeowners have been battling Wall
Street in an attempt to recover some portion of their massive
losses from the housing Ponzi scheme. But progress has been
slow, as they have been outgunned and out-spent by the banking
FBI warns driverless cars could become new 'lethal weapon' for
RT - Self-driving cars are being assessed as a “game changing”
vehicle and a potential “lethal weapon” according to an internal
FBI report, and could be exploited by criminals or terrorists
seeking to program explosive-stuffed cars to be self-driving
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Emergency Request: GM Cotton Growers Want Unlicensed Pesticide
Use on 3 Million Acres
Natural Society - It comes as no surprise that the request to
spray more chemicals comes through the Texas Department of
Agriculture. They seek an allowance on 3 million acres for the
highly toxic pesticide propazine, not registered for use on
cotton.... Propazine is in the triazine class of chemicals that
can cause reproductive failure. This is in the same class as the
controversial atrazine, Syngenta’s best-selling chemical which
causes frogs to switch genders and become sterile.
Retired Construction Worker Shows How To Move A Barn With a Lump
of Wood and a Handful of Pebbles…Amazing
The Daily Sheeple - Wally Wallington, a retired construction
worker shows us how to move huge lumps of rock and even a barn
with a bit of wood and a few pebbles. This will be an invaluable
skill to have should we be facing a period without
Deter Garden Bugs Naturally
Organic Gardening - Even the most organic of gardeners wants to
deter insects or a creeping case of plant spots. Luckily, you
can keep away pesky garden visitors with a simple, inexpensive,
homemade—and most importantly, nontoxic—spray that won't harm
you, your pets, or your plants.
12 Survival Tips for Families with Children
Natural Blaze - As adults, I believe it is our duty to introduce
children to preparedness activities at a young age. This needs
to be done in a fun, but serious manner, so as to avoid fear.
The last thing we want to do is introduce a bogeyman when there
As Painkiller Addiction and Overdoses Continue to Rise,
Pharmaceutical Companies Are Sued for Inciting Epidemic
Dr. Mercola - I strongly recommend exhausting other options
before you resort to a narcotic pain reliever. The health risks
associated with these drugs are great, and addiction is a very
real concern. Below I list 19 non-drug alternatives for the
treatment of pain. These options provide excellent pain relief
without any of the health hazards that prescription (and even
over-the-counter) painkillers carry.
Lexapro ingredients exposed: You won't believe what this drug is
really made of
(NaturalNews) Sure, we all know that drugs aren't made of sugar
and spice, but sometimes the ingredients that are included in
even the most popular and widely used drugs can be pretty
7 Ways Probiotics DETOXIFY Your Body
Green Med Info - Did you know that probiotic bacteria are
capable of helping you detoxify the most noxious chemicals known
Guanabana: the cancer killer big pharma doesn't want you to know
(NaturalNews) Guanabana is known by a variety of names --
including soursop, cherimoya, custard apple, Brazilian paw paw
and graviola. However you recognize this versatile tree, one
aspect is clear: guanabana provides powerful relief from a a
wide scope of disease. Tackling cancer, herpes, parasites,
infections and more, guanabana is an important player in the
battle against ill health.
Why Some Brands of Ice Creams Don't Melt
preventdisease.com - A mom of two young children is wondering:
What's in ice cream sandwiches these days? Christie Watson's
kids love eating ice cream. But one recent morning, she saw an
uneaten ice cream sandwich sitting on her patio table. When she
looked closer, she couldn't believe what she was seeing. It
Black Seed Oil Extract Causes Oral Cancer Cells To Self-Destruct
Green Med Info - Today many cancer sufferers search for
alternatives to conventional chemotherapy, such as thymoquinone,
an active component of Nigella sativa or black seed oil.
15 of The Best Herbs and Plants To Stabilize and Boost Thyroid
preventdisease.com - Many natural health practitioners are often
quick to tell you that "thyroid problems mean you need iodine"
or iodine supplements, however this is not always the case and
supplementing with natural iodine will only help those who are
deficient. Understanding which herbs can stabilize and boost
thyroid function is integral in any natural treatment plan for
hyper- or hypothyroidism.
Study Identifies 10 Wild Plants PACKED with Benefits
Natural Society - Unlike processed food, wild plants can offer
serious nutritional benefits. Here is research identifying 10
wild plants with superior nutritional content.
Top 7 Natural Remedies for Bronchitis
Natural Blaze - The typical response to bronchitis is to visit
your doctor or take over-the-counter medication. However, there
are cost-effective ways you can clear a lung infection at any
time of year. Here are my top seven natural remedies for
Four Years Later, FDA Rejection Letter to Consumers
Susan Thixton - Four years ago, pet food consumers filed a
Citizen Petition with FDA basically asking the agency to enforce
the law (law the agency is already supposed to enforce). It took
them four years, but they finally gave us their response. They
VIDEO: Office Cats: Micromanagers Who Make You Smile
Who needs a document shredder when you have a cat?
Watch how these kitties monitor everything in the
office, from social media to sticky notes…
- July 16, 2014 - Today in History:
1779 - American troops under General Anthony Wayne
captured Stony Point, NY.
1790 - The District of Columbia, or Washington, DC,
was established as the permanent seat of the United
1791 - Louis XVI was suspended from office until he
agreed to ratify the constitution.
1935 - Oklahoma City became the first city in the
U.S. to install parking meters.
1940 - Adolf Hitler ordered the preparations to
begin on the invasion of England, known as Operation
1942 - French police officers rounded up 13,000 Jews
and held them in the Winter Velodrome. The round-up
was part of an agreement between Pierre Laval and
the Nazis. Germany had agreed to not deport French
Jews if France arrested foreign Jews.
1944 - Soviet troops occupied Vilna, Lithuania, in
their drive toward Germany.
1945 - The United States detonated the first atomic
bomb in a test at Alamogordo, NM.
1964 - Little League Baseball Incorporated was
granted a Federal Charter unanimously by the United
States Senate and House of Representatives.
1969 - Apollo 11 blasted off from Cape Kennedy, FL,
and began the first manned mission to land on the
1973 - Alexander P. Butterfield informed the Senate
committee investigating the Watergate affair of the
existence of recorded tapes.
1979 - Saddam Hussein became president of Iraq after
forcing Hasan al-Bakr to resign.
1981 - After 23 years with the name Datsun,
executives of Nissan changed the name of their cars
1999 - John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife, Carolyn, and
her sister died when the single-engine plane Kennedy
was piloting plunged into the Atlantic Ocean near
Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
2004 - Martha Stewart was sentenced to five months
in prison and five months of home confinement by a
federal judge for lying about a stock sale.
2005 - J.K. Rowling's book "Harry Potter and the
Half-Blood Prince" was released. It was the sixth in
the Harry Potter series.
Russia to reopen Cuban mega-base to spy on America – report
RT - Moscow and Havana have reportedly reached an agreement on reopening
the SIGINT facility in Lourdes, Cuba - once Russia’s largest foreign
base of this kind - which was shut down in 2001 due to financial
problems and under US pressure.
The Gaza Bombardment - What You're Not Being Told
scgnews.com - The corporate media isn't just distorting the facts on the
Gaza assault, they're flat out covering them up.
TEPCO failed to disclose crops over 20KM from Fukushima were
RT - Fourteen different rice paddies outside of the Fukushima Daiichi
nuclear power plant evacuation zone were contaminated with radioactive
material in August 2013, Japan’s agriculture ministry has found.
BRICS establish $100bn bank and currency reserves to cut out Western
RT - The group of emerging economies signed the long-anticipated
document to create the $100 bn BRICS Development Bank and a reserve
currency pool worth over another $100 bn. Both will counter the
influence of Western-based lending institutions and the dollar.
US preparing unilateral sanctions against Russia
Press TV - US officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said in
the Associated Press report published on Tuesday that the White House is
now ready to move forward alone if the European Union fails to impose
harsh sanctions during a meeting in Brussels on Wednesday.
NATO Hopes for Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Tony Cartalucci - Even with the West claiming Russia has already
“invaded” Ukraine, at each juncture of the ongoing conflict, an
“impending Russian invasion of Ukraine” is held up to once again terrify
and incense Western audiences – as if “another invasion” is about to
take place – a “re-invasion” perhaps.
Israel to 'intensify, expand' op in Gaza after Hamas rejects ceasefire
RT - Israeli PM vowed to intensify the military operation in the Gaza
Strip, as IDF resumed airstrikes on Tuesday. This comes in retaliation
to rocket fire from the Palestinian side as Hamas' armed wing rejected
the peace plan proposed by Egypt.
“Iron Dome is a Bluff”, Says Israeli Defense Expert Moti Shefer
Global Research - Prize winning Israeli defense and aerospace
engineering expert Dr. Moti Shefer stated, during a recent interview
with Radio 103, that the infamous Israeli “Iron Dome” security system
was one of the biggest bluffs that he’d ever seen.
World Health Organization Admits it Fears Ebola Could Go Global
The Daily Sheeple - With an incubation time of between 2 and 21 days ,
though most commonly 4-9 days, the disease could be in any community on
the planet for a considerable time before anyone realizes it’s there.
Although widely said not to be airborne at this point airborne spread
did occur in 1992...
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Hundreds of cities fight back against 'invasion'
WND - A massive protest scheduled for
July 18 and 19 across the United States is aimed at stopping
the influx of Central American children flooding across the
border, and more than a dozen smaller community protests already
have played roles in stopping the children from being brought
New emergency alert system will give Obama the power to flip a
switch and address the entire nation at once
Daily Mail - The Obama administration quietly announced on
Tuesday that it intends to change the way Americans learn about
natural disasters and other major emergencies during radio and
TV broadcasts, giving the president the ability to flip a switch
and address the entire nation at once.
Lawsuit: DEA Gave Recovering Addict Crack-Cocaine For Undercover
Mikael Thalen - A lawsuit filed in New Mexico this week accuses
the Drug Enforcement Agency of paying a drug addict crack
cocaine for undercover work.
State police now fingerprinting every Texan: Is this legal?
watchdog.org - The Texas Department of Public Safety has quietly
embarked on a project to take the fingerprints of every Texan
old enough to drive over the next 12 years, and add them to a
statewide criminal history database. Not only has the department
made that momentous decision on its own, it doesn’t even have
clear legal authority to do so.
California Lawmakers to Visit Central America on 'Fact-Finding'
Breitbart - A delegation of six California lawmakers departed
for Central America on Monday for a nine-day trip to discuss the
immigration crisis with Central American leaders.
Near mutiny among Border Patrol agents as DHS makes traitorous
(NaturalNews) According to the Guerilla Media Network (GMN), an
"exclusive expose" regarding the standoff in Murrieta,
California, between local and federal law enforcement and
residents opposed to the government's shipping of scores of
illegal aliens to the community, "a confidential informant
inside the Murrieta U.S. Border Patrol facility" says "the real
reason busses stopped delivering illegal immigrants was due to a
virtual mutiny" within the agency's ranks at the station.
Lois Lerner’s Former FEC Colleague Has Emails Go Missing Too
Daily Caller - The Federal Election Commission recycled the
computer hard drive of April Sands — a former co-worker of Lois
Lerner’s — hindering an investigation into Sands’ partisan
political activities, according to the House Committee on
Oversight and Government Reform.
Sessions Warns All of Congress: Obama's New Immigration Strategy
'Threatens Foundation of Our Constitutional Republic'
Breitbart - Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Jeff
Sessions (R-AL) has warned all of his colleagues in Congress
that President Barack Obama’s new immigration strategy—his plans
to legalize millions of illegal alien adults through executive
power—could destroy America as we know it.
Neb. Governor: Feds ‘Conducting Secret Operation’ Placing
Immigrants In States Without Officials’ Knowledge
CBS News - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman believes federal
authorities are conducting secret operations by sending
immigrant children into states without the knowledge of state
Militarized Homeland Security Invasion of Town Was Over
Downloading of Indecent Images
Paul Joseph Watson - The Department of Homeland Security’s
militarized invasion of a small town in Illinois was not in
response to a gang of dangerous drug dealers or an armed
assailant, but in order to bust a single man accused of
downloading indecent images to his home computer.
Mother Jailed, Kid Taken By Social Services After Playing At
Steve Watson - A mother in South Carolina has been thrown in
jail, and her 9-year-old daughter taken into the custody of the
Department of Social Services after busy body neighbours
reported that the child was playing alone in a park.... Instead
of offering to help Harrell out by looking after the child, or
helping find affordable day care, a neighbor simply reported the
mother to the police, leading to Ms. Harrell being jailed.
House votes to slash IRS tax enforcement budget
AP - The GOP-controlled House has voted to slash the budget for
the Internal Revenue Service's tax enforcement division by $1.2
billion, a 25 percent cut that would mean fewer audits of
taxpayers and make it more likely that people who cheat on their
taxes will get away with it.
The Final Warning? Individual Investors Piling Into Stocks,
Market Leverage Hits All Time Highs
Mac Slavo - Throughout history there have always been critical
warning signs in the midst of financial exuberance that signaled
the bursting of the bubble. According to a report from Bloomberg
the warning siren may have just gone off again.
China Bought $22 Billion Worth Of US Homes Over A Recent
Business Insider - China became the largest international buyer
of U.S. homes (in dollar value) last year, according to a report
from NAR, taking over from Canada. In terms of volume of
transactions, Canadians still represented the largest foreign
AUDIO: Emotional interview with Navy sailor suffering after
ENENews.com - Emotional interview with Navy sailor suffering
after Fukushima exposure: Others with same symptoms “told to be
quiet… nobody’s heard from them” — Health is worsening, worried
I’m going to die — Can’t really use legs or arms, hands ‘barely
functional’ — Rashes all over body, spasms, shaking — Doctors
tell us “it’s all psychological”
VA Cites Progress on Backlog; Congress Disagrees
Military.com - The Department of Veterans Affairs says it has
made "tremendous progress" in reducing a disability claims
backlog that reached above 600,000 early last year. Members of
Congress and the department's assistant inspector general don't
20 Signs The Epic Drought In The Western United States Is Starting To
Economic Collapse - When scientists start using phrases such as "the
worst drought" and "as bad as you can imagine" to describe what is going
on in the western half of the country, you know that things are bad.
California residents may be fined $500 for wasting water
AP - California water regulators voted Tuesday to approve fines up to
$500 a day for residents who waste water on lawns, landscaping and car
washing, as a report showed that consumption throughout the state has
actually risen amid the worst drought in nearly four decades.
Meet CISA – Dianne Feinstein’s Latest Attack on Privacy, Civil
Liberties and the Internet
Michael Krieger - I’ve spent much of today reading about the
bill, and have compiled what I think are the most astute
observations. First, from the ACLU...
Millions of Americans installing 'perfect spying device' in
their own living rooms: Amazon Fire TV monitors and records your
(NaturalNews) Amazon.com is building the CIA's new $600 million
data center, reports the Financial Times. (1) At the same time
Amazon.com is building this massive cloud computing
infrastructure for the CIA, the company is also shipping
millions of Fire TV set-top devices to customers who are placing
them in their private homes.
How Can We Trust U.S. Government Scientists with Pathogens?
Activist Post - It’s incomprehensible that scientists dealing
with deadly organisms would be lax on so many occasions.
However, if that be the case, then that indicates the serious
need for questioning the efficacy of scientific research and the
caliber of scientists the U.S. government employs along with
their resultant research findings, in my opinion.
‘Pack-mule’ bot follows marines into combat training
RT - A Google-owned robot designed to carry soldiers’ equipment
is being put through its paces at a military training ground in
Hawaii. The one-of-a-kind bot can carry up to 400lbs of military
gear and travel over 20 miles on rough terrain.
Google strikes deal to put smart lens into diabetics’ eye
RT - The internet giant has reached a deal with Novartis to
develop “smart” contact lenses to help diabetics track their
blood sugar levels and another lens that will correct vision.
Advantame - the newest artificial sweetener approved by the FDA
(NaturalNews) The FDA is amending their food additive
regulations to provide for the "safe" use of advantame, after
receiving a petition from Ajinomoto Co., Inc., a Japanese
company which produces most of the world's MSG as well as being
a major supplier of aspartame. It will be marketed as a
non-nutritive sweetener and flavor enhancer for foods, beverages
and tabletop use.
Paxil side effects explained: are you suffering any of these?
(NaturalNews) Recent studies have associated Paxil and other
SSRIs with a host of serious problems, including increased risks
for fractures, autism in unborn children and even strokes and
death.(1)(2)(3) Those are just a few of the most significant
risks associated with Paxil; there are dozens of other side
effects that occur in many more patients who take the drugs.
10 Dangerous Nutrition Myths That Professionals Still Preach
Dr. Mercola - They're not grounded in science and some are so
outright hazardous they can steer you towards premature death.
By going against this myth your mother probably told you, you'll
gain a powerful weapon against brain cell changes, inflammation,
Three herbal teas that can aid digestion and treat stomach
(NaturalNews) According to the American Nutrition Association,
over 70 million people across the United States regularly suffer
from heartburn, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal
pain, bloating and other gastrointestinal problems.
Five herbs and spices to curb a sweet tooth
(NaturalNews) Consuming large amounts of sweets can wreak all
sorts of havoc on a body. Of course, there is the obesity issue,
in which sweets can contribute to a weight problem.
Study shows synthetic vitamins in 'fortified' breakfast cereals
(NaturalNews) Breakfast cereals that are "fortified" with
synthetic imitations of vitamins like zinc, niacin, and vitamin
A could be harming children, says a new report by the
Environmental Working Group (EWG).
Why Is This Prescription Drug Legal, When It's Just Like Heroin?
Dr. Mercola - In a recent article, Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses
conflicts of interests that may have coaxed the US Food and Drug
Administration to approve a new narcotic painkiller, Zohydro ER
(Zogenix). The drug, which is the first drug containing pure
hydrocodone (synthetic heroin), was approved at the same time
that the FDA was also recommending tighter controls on narcotic
painkillers, in light of alarming addiction rates and deaths
linked to accidental overdoses.
Perils of Peeking Into the Womb: Ultrasound Risks
Green Med Info - "Clinical use of diagnostic ultrasound imaging
during pregnancy has a long history of safety and diagnostic
utility, as supported by numerous human case reports and
epidemiological studies.However, there exist in vivo studies
linking large but clinically relevant doses of ultrasound
applied to mouse fetuses in utero to altered learning, memory,
and neuroanatomy of those mice."
What Are the Top 4 Dangerous Toxins to the Brain?
Natural Society - While there are countless toxic compounds
infiltrating our bodies and causing disease, there are 4 toxins
which are especially prevalent and dangerous. This is both good
news and bad, as they can likely be avoided.
High-tech cat feeder uses facial recognition to save
all nine lives
engadget.com - Bistro is a high-tech feline food and
water hub with sensors that monitor consumption.
There's the requisite camera to distinguish between
members of your in-home pack and the furry creatures
stand on a scale that measures their weight while
eating. All of the collected data is beamed to a
smartphone app to keep you abreast of the activity
while you're away for your "quantified cat."
5 Ways Your Pet Could Start Your House on Fire
Dr. Becker - Believe it or not, it happens 1,000
times per year. So pet proofing your home against
these 5 pet-instigated fires could save lives and
property. Plus, what should be part of your fire
escape plan to make sure both you and your pet make
it out alive, if the worst happens.
- July 15, 2014 - Today in History:
1806 - Lieutenant Zebulon Pike began his western
expedition from Fort Belle Fountaine, near St.
1813 - Napoleon Bonaparte's representatives met with
the Allies in Prague to discuss peace terms.
1870 - Georgia became the last of the Confederate
states to be readmitted to the Union.
1876 - George Washington Bradley of St. Louis
pitched the first no-hitter in baseball in a 2-0 win
1885 - In New York, the Niagara Reservation State
1904 - The first Buddhist temple in the U.S. was
established in Los Angeles, CA.
1916 - In Seattle, WA, Pacific Aero Products was
incorporated by William Boeing. The company was
later renamed Boeing Co.
1918 - The Second Battle of the Marne began during
World War I.
1958 - Five thousand U.S. Marines landed in Beirut,
Lebanon, to protect the pro-Western government. The
troops withdrew October 25, 1958.
1965 - The spacecraft Mariner IV sent back the first
close-up pictures of the planet Mars.
1971 - U.S. President Nixon announced he would visit
the People's Republic of China to seek a
"normalization of relations."
1987 - Taiwan ended thirty-seven years of martial
2002 - John Walker Lindh, an American who had fought
alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan, pleaded guilty
to 2 felonies in a deal sparing him life in prison.
2002 - A Pakistani judge convicted four Islamic
militants in the kidnap-slaying of Wall Street
Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl.
2007 - The Roman Catholic archdiocese of Los Angeles
announced it was settling clergy sex-abuse cases for
2010 - BP stopped the flow of oil into the Gulf of
Mexico after 85 days using a 75-ton cap lowered onto
the well earlier in the week.
PHOTOS: Worldwide protest against Israeli attack on Gaza (Update) |
Hamas rejects Egypt’s truce offer for Gaza
Press TV - Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has rejected a proposal
by Egypt for a ceasefire in the besieged Gaza Strip, unless Israel meets
a few demands including an end to the Gaza blockade.
Worldwide protests slam Israeli attacks on Gaza
Press TV - People around the world have participated in protest rallies
to condemn the Israeli deadly aggression against Palestinians in the
besieged Gaza Strip.... Some 190 Palestinians have so far been killed in
the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since July 8. According to the
United Nations (UN), nearly 80 percent of the casualties in Gaza have
US sells $11bn worth of arms to Qatar
RT - Washington and Doha have signed the largest arms deal of the year,
preparing to enhance Qatar’s military capabilities with $11
billion-worth of Apache assault helicopters, PAC-2 missile defense
complexes and Javelin man-portable anti-tank missiles.
Anti-Dollar Alliance Prepares Launch Of BRICS Bank
Zero Hedge - Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff and Russia's Vladimir
Putin have discussed the creation of a development bank to promote
growth across the BRICS and hope to produce an agreement on the proposed
institution at this week's BRICS Summit.
Birds in Japan experiencing strange mutations, abnormal feather growth
(NaturalNews) A researcher at the Yamashina Institute for Ornithology (a
branch of zoology that focuses on the study of birds) who has studied
fowl near the city of Fukushima since the March 11, 2011, earthquake and
tsunami heavily damaged three nuclear power reactors there says he is
noticing some changes among many of the region's birds, but he has yet
to link those changes to radiation from the crippled plant.
ISIL pushes out rival militants from Syrian city
Press TV - According to the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human
Rights on Monday, militants from the so-called Ahrar al-Sham and al-Nusra
Front fled the city of Deir Ezzor after clashes with the ISIL militants.
Reports say that parts of the oil-rich city are now held by the ISIL
Egypt proposes ceasefire to Israel, Hamas
RT - Egypt has launched an initiative to end the Israel-Gaza conflict by
establishing a truce between the two sides which will start at 6 a.m.
GMT on Tuesday. It will be followed by a 12-hour ceasefire, Egypt's
state news agency reported.
Stop pretending the US is an uninvolved, helpless party in the Israeli
assault on Gaza
The Guardian - A central premise of US media coverage of the Israeli
attack on Gaza - beyond the claim that Israel is justifiably "defending
itself" - is that this is some endless conflict between two foreign
entitles, and Americans can simply sit by helplessly and lament the
tragedy of it all. The reality is precisely the opposite: Israeli
aggression is possible only because of direct, affirmative, unstinting
US diplomatic, financial and military support for Israel and everything
VIDEO: Did Israel Collude With ISIS to Justify Gaza Attack?
Paul Joseph Watson - Did Israel collude with ISIS terrorists to create
the pretext for the bombardment of Gaza, which has killed almost 200
people, most of them innocent civilians?
Russians fear a nuclear war
RIR - The majority of citizens of Russia now believe that a nuclear war
is possible in today’s world, according to the findings of a survey
conducted by the Public Opinion Foundation (Fond Obshchestvennoye
Mneniye). The nuclear threat, according to respondents, comes primarily
from the United States.
Snowden files: Manipulating polls, netting from LinkedIn and YouTube in
GCHQ’s bag of tricks
RT - The UK's spy agency has developed a number of crafty tools to
monitor and comb the web, planting false information when necessary,
Glenn Greenwald said while disclosing a fresh batch of Snowden's files.
As Ebola stalks West Africa, medics fight mistrust, hostility
(Reuters) - Governments and health agencies trying to contain the
world's deadliest ever Ebola epidemic in West Africa fear the contagion
could be worse than reported because suspicious locals are chasing away
health workers and shunning treatment.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl returns to regular US Army duty
AP By ROBERT BURNS - The Army has given Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl a
desk job, ending the formal phase of his transition from Taliban
prisoner to not-quite-ordinary soldier. In a brief statement
Monday, the Army said Bergdahl has been assigned to U.S. Army
North at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston in Texas.
Mainstream Media: Migrant Children Are All Vaccinated…Are You?
The Daily Sheeple - People infected with everything from HIV to
drug-resistant tuberculosis, and dengue hemorrhagic fever,
chickenpox, and swine flu, to lice, scabies, strep throat,
bacterial pneumonia, and diarrheal diseases — a you-name-it grab
bag, basically — are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border en
masse.... But don’t worry, the establishment media continues to
tell us. It’s no cause for alarm.
Feds Retreat After Maryland Residents Fight Plan to Dump
Breitbart - Protests from local elected officials in Maryland
this weekend forced the Health and Human Services Department (HHS)
to cancel its plans to send illegal immigrant children to an
Army Reserve center in Westminster, which is about 35 miles from
1.3 million Obamacare ‘enrollees’ may not even be American
citizens, admits HHS report
The Daily Sheeple - A new report issued by the Office of the
Inspector General (OIG) admits that nearly 1.3 million Obamacare
enrollees, or about 16 percent of the overall total, cannot be
verified for legal status in the U.S. — in other words, most, if
not all, of them are illegal immigrants rather than American
Billionaire's breakup plan would chop California into six states
(Reuters) - A long-shot effort to break California into six
separate states got a boost on Monday, when the billionaire
venture capitalist behind the proposal said he had gathered
enough signatures to place it on the ballot in two years.
Big Business Interests Making Amnesty Push in States Amid Border
Breitbart - While the Obama administration was dumping illegal
immigrant children in states like Nebraska, California, and
Illinois last week, big-business interests in several states
revamped their push for amnesty legislation and more
Illegal immigrants flown to Bay State
Boston Herald - After weeks of denying an increase in flights to
the Bay State, federal immigration officials finally admitted
this weekend that four planes filled with detainees captured at
the southern border have been flown to Hanscom and Logan
International Airport since April as part of a “large-scale
nationwide response” to the crisis.
High School in Top Maryland Sanctuary County Confirms Case of TB
Breitbart - A high school in one of the nation's top sanctuary
counties for illegal immigrants confirmed that a student was
infected with tuberculosis last week.
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk: What's Missing in the
Current Immigration 'Crisis' Debate
Ron Paul - Most liberals and conservatives miss the point,
however, making the same old arguments we have all heard before.
George Soros and the Shadow Party Behind Crises to Take Down
Kurt Nimmo - From undermining the Second Amendment and
influencing elections to sponsoring color revolutions in Eastern
Europe and the Middle East, the ominous footprint of George
Soros is everywhere. The Hungarian-born billionaire and currency
speculator who considers himself a messianic figure was voted
“the single most destructive leftist demagogue in the country”
by respondents to a poll published by the Human Events newspaper
OKC Bombing Surveillance Tapes May Be Released
Kurt Nimmo - Last week Trentadue sent an Oklahoma City news
station several documents. One revealed an FBI agent had offered
to sell NBC Dateline surveillance footage of the terrorist
attack that killed 168 people for over a million dollars.
'Terror Reporting' Has Gone Way Too Far
Courthouse News - Five California men sued the Department of
Justice, claiming they were entered into a counterterrorism
database for innocent activities such as a professional
photographer taking pictures, a computer consultant buying
computers at Best Buy, and in one case, waiting for one's mother
at a train station.
Kansas Gov. Brownback Sued for Signing Law Criminalizing the
Enforcement of Federal Gun Laws
AllGov - The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is suing
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback (R), who in 2013 signed into law
the “Second Amendment Protection Act.” Under this law, a U.S.
government employee attempting to enforce federal regulations
for firearms, accessories and ammunition that were manufactured
and sold in Kansas could be charged with a felony, according to
the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Yahoo! News Equates Videotaping Cops With Wanting to Kill Them
Paul Joseph Watson - A Yahoo! News story published today equates
concerns about police brutality, the militarization of law
enforcement and videotaping cops with wanting to carry out
violent murders of police officers.
Still No Real Accountability: Citigroup to Pay $7 Billion for
Its "Egregious Misconduct"
Common Dreams - Banking giant Citigroup has sealed a $7 billion
deal with the Justice Department over its "egregious misconduct"
of selling toxic mortgage-based securities, which contributed to
the financial crisis.
Obama's economic "recovery": fewer than half of US adults have
full time jobs
Poor Richard's News - The Obama administration has done
everything possible to hide the severity of the jobs numbers,
including changing the way the government counts unemployment
and simply not counting a giant number of Americans who are out
A secret no more: CIA hit with Michigan tax liens
Blacklisted News - The state Treasury Department has filed three
tax liens against the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency for
failure to pay more than $20,000 in withholding tax on behalf of
people it employs in Michigan.
Big Corporations Have An OVERWHELMING Amount Of Power Over Our
Economic Collapse - These mammoth corporations are not in
business to look out for the best interests of the American
people. Rather, the purpose of these corporations is to maximize
wealth for their shareholders. So the American people end up
eating billions of pounds of extremely unhealthy food that is
loaded with chemicals and additives each year, and we just keep
getting sicker and sicker as a society.
Nestle sells water taken from drought stricken area
newsforage.com - A sign at the entrance displays the logo of
Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water, with water flowing from a
snowy mountain. Semi-trucks rumble in and out through the gates,
carrying load after load of bottled water.
Yellowstone supervolcano ‘turned the asphalt into soup’ shutting
down Natl. Park’s roads
The Daily Sheeple - Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano
underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway
at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials
have closed the area to visitors.
11 earthquakes hit fracking-heavy central Oklahoma over weekend
RT - During a 14-hour stretch from Saturday evening to Sunday
morning, the US Geological Survey recorded seven quakes ranging
from magnitude 2.6 to 2.9 in areas northeast of Oklahoma City.
In addition, a 4.3-magnitude temblor hit Langston just after
noon on Saturday, and three other quakes ranging from magnitude
2.9 to 3.2 occurred Saturday morning.
Rupture of Aging Tar Sands Pipeline Beneath Great Lakes Would
Devastate People, Planet and Economy
EcoWatch - Because the strong currents in the Straits of
Mackinac reverse direction every few days, a rupture of the oil
pipeline beneath the channel would quickly contaminate
shorelines miles away in both lakes Michigan and Huron,
according to a new University of Michigan (U-M) study
commissioned by the National Wildlife Federation.
Medical Journal: Electronic Devices Can Cause Nickel Allergies
To Flare Up
CBS News - Smartphones, tablets and laptops are the devices that
keep us connected. But as an article in the most recent issue of
the journal Pediatrics pointed out, one 11-year-old boy’s
persistent rash turned out to be due to the frequent use of his
Introducing the iPhone 6, made in China by a robot
The Week - The worst kept secret of Apple and its Taiwanese
manufacturer Foxconn isn't their poor labor conditions. It isn't
even the fact that they use robots to help bring together all
the pieces that make up an iPhone. It's that their robots are
now performing more and more human-like functions.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Iowa Senate Candidate Bruce Braley Suing Neighbor over Chickens
Breitbart - The homeowners association determined that neighbor
Pauline Hampton's chickens were not a violation of association
rules and gave her the proper 30-day-period to make sure the
birds don't stray from her own yard, but this wasn't good enough
for Braley who continues to threaten legal acton.
11 All-Natural Ways To Get Rid Of Ants In Your Kitchen
Off the Grid News - The good news is that there are a surprising
number of safe, easy and effective ways to get rid of ants, and
you probably have many of the ingredients right there in your
Oregano oil inhibits cancer growth, breaks down norovirus and
(NaturalNews) You may already be familiar with oregano. It's a
warm and savory herb that adds great flavor to sauces in pasta
or pizza. What you may not know is that the active component in
this herb has impressive healing properties. The active
component in oregano that is responsible for its health benefits
is called carvacrol.
Mustard seeds can fight cancer, treat inflammatory conditions
(NaturalNews) Mustard seeds are surprisingly rich in
phytonutrients called isothiocyanates, which have been
extensively studied for their anti-cancer benefits. For example,
a study published in the International Journal for Vitamin and
Nutrition Research in 2002 found that isothiocyanates can
inhibit mitosis and stimulate apoptosis (cell death) in human
11 simple everyday tips to lower your colon cancer risk
(NaturalNews) Colon cancer is one of the top killers in the
modern world today. A 2010 study estimated that the five-year
survival rate of colorectal (colon plus rectal) cancer sufferers
in Europe was less than 60 percent, while about one-third of
colon cancer sufferers in the developed world die from the
Xanax made with GMOs, allergens and artificial coloring
(NaturalNews) Just like nearly every other drug, the
anti-anxiety drug Xanax contains fillers and additives that are
listed as "inactive" ingredients, but which actually can pose
significant health risks. The only way to avoid ingesting those
potentially dangerous chemicals and compounds is to avoid taking
Cancer and Cholesterol: Is There a Connection?
Natural Blaze - A new British research team, who recently
presented their findings at the Frontiers in Cardiovascular
Biology meeting in Barcelona, Spain, found that women who have
blood cholesterol levels that are higher than normal are at an
increased risk of developing breast cancer.
Study Ranks Healthiest ‘Powerhouse’ Vegetables, Which is #1?
Natural Society - Research from William Paterson University
attempted to rank fruits and vegetables according to the amount
of nutrition within. In all, they list 41 “powerhouse”
vegetables and fruits, scoring them according to the presence of
17 nutrients.... Watercress scored an even 100, with Chinese
cabbage closest behind with a score of 91.99. In third place was
chard (89.27), followed by beet greens (87.08), spinach (86.43),
and chicory (73.36).
Why Eating Less Won’t Lead to Weight Loss Success
doctorshealthpress.com - To lose weight, you need to eat. But
you can’t just eat anything and everything, all day, every day.
There still needs to be some structure to what you’re eating.
These three healthy eating tips will help guide you in the right
direction (and keep your cravings and stomach-growling at bay!).
Interesting Pet Food White Paper Published
Susan Thixton - Despite the various name brands and
illusion of variety, the above five companies supply
the overwhelming majority of the commercial pet feed
(kibbles and canned) sold in the USA. In addition,
most of these companies share a few suppliers and
therefore almost all the kibble and cans made in the
USA are made from essentially the same feed
ingredients, as was evident in the global recall of
- July 14, 2014 - Today in History:
1789 - French Revolution began with Parisians
stormed the Bastille prison and released the seven
1798 - The U.S. Congress passed the Sedition Act.
The act made it a federal crime to write, publish,
or utter false or malicious statements about the
1891 - The primacy of Thomas Edison's lamp patents
was upheld in the court decision Electric Light
Company vs. U.S. Electric Lighting Company.
1911 - Harry N. Atwood landed an airplane on the
lawn of the White House to accept an award from U.S.
President William Taft.
1914 - Robert H. Goddard patented liquid
1933 - All German political parties except the Nazi
Party were outlawed.
1940 - A force of German Ju-88 bombers attacked
Suez, Egypt, from bases in Crete.
1941 - Vichy French Foreign Legionaries signed an
armistice in Damascus, which allowed them to join
the Free French Foreign Legion.
1945 - American battleships and cruisers bombarded
the Japanese home islands for the first time.
1946 - Dr. Benjamin Spock’s "The Common Sense Book
of Baby and Child Care" was first published.
1951 - The George Washington Carver National
Monument in Joplin, MO, became the first national
park to honor an African American.
1958 - The army of Iraq overthrew the monarchy.
1965 - The American space probe Mariner 4 flew by
Mars, and sent back photographs of the planet.
1998 - Los Angeles sued 15 tobacco companies for
$2.5 billion over the dangers of secondhand smoke.
2001 - Beijing was awarded the 2008 Olympics. It was
the first time that the China had been awarded the
2003 - Journalist Robert Novak identified Valerie
Plame as a CIA operative in his newspaper column,
citing two Bush administration officials.
2004 - The Senate voted 50-48 against a
constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.
Israel organ harvesting
haaretz.com - Read all the Latest Stories on Israel organ harvesting!!!
Thousands of civilians flee Gaza, Palestinian death toll surpasses 160
RT - Thousands have fled northern Gaza after Israel warned residents to
leave the area to avoid airstrikes. At least 167 people, mostly
civilians, have already died as a result of Operation Protective Edge,
which entered its sixth day on Sunday.
'Israel drops cancer-inducing bombs on Gazans'
Press TV - Dense Inert Metal Explosive, known as DIME, is an explosive
device developed to minimize collateral damage in warfare. Experts say
it has a relatively small but effective blast radius and is believed to
have strong biological effects on those who are hit by the bomb’s
micro-shrapnel.... Israel also used depleted-uranium and white
phosphorus shells in the besieged region during their previous assaults.
1 killed, 2 injured: Russia vows response to Ukraine shelling Russian
RT - An artillery shell from Ukraine has hit a private house in the
Rostov region of Russia, killing a citizen and leaving two more injured.
The Russian Foreign Ministry promises heavy consequences.
of 'secret' facility in Iraq suggests closer U.S.-Kurd ties
StratRisks - A supposedly secret but locally well-known CIA station on
the outskirts of Irbil’s airport is undergoing rapid expansion as the
United States considers whether to engage in a war against Islamist
militants who’ve seized control of half of Iraq in the past month.
Russia’s Rosneft to help Cuba explore offshore oil reserves
RT - Russian oil company Rosneft will help Cuban State oil company Cupet
explore the country's offshore oil reserves, according to one of the
cooperation documents signed between Russia and Cuba during President
Vladimir Putin’s visit to Havana.
Mexico Looks To Back Peso With Silver: “Would Unleash a Global Power
Mac Slavo - Like recent monetary shifts in Russia, China and the Middle
East that aim to divest themselves of US dollar reserve trade
requirements, the news of such a move in Mexico has been downplayed. And
though it is being generally ignored as a serious possibility, a
powerful consortium of influential people in Mexico believe it is a
realistic possibility, and one that could be responsible for shifting
the balance of world power.
The Head Of ‘The Central Bank Of The World’ Warns That Another Great
Financial Crisis May Be Coming
Economic Collapse - Most people have never heard of Jaime Caruana even
though he is the head of an immensely powerful organization. He has been
serving as the General Manager of the Bank for International Settlements
since 2009, and he will continue in that role until 2017.... So when
Jaime Caruana speaks, people should listen.
Israel Launches Ground Operation In Gaza: Special Forces Raid Alleged
Zero Hedge - After conducting countless sorties and bombing raids aimed
at Hamas operatives in Gaza during the fifth day of Operation Protective
Edge, but resulting in well over a hundred innocent civilian deaths in
the past week, Israel, realizing it is not generating any brownie points
with the international “humanitarian” media, finally did what it had
threatened to do over the last few days – launch a ground assault.
Clashes in Paris as thousands march against Israel offensive
(AFP) - Clashes erupted in Paris on Sunday as thousands of people
protested against Israel and in support of residents in the Gaza Strip,
where a six-day conflict has left 168 Palestinians dead. Several
thousand demonstrators walked calmly through the streets of Paris behind
a large banner that read "Total Support for the Struggle of the
Afghan interpreters who served U.S. are in limbo as State Department
runs out of visas
Washington Post - he cases of thousands of Afghan interpreters who
worked with the U.S. military and hope to relocate to the United States
are in limbo because the government will soon run out of visas
designated for the resettlement program, State Department officials said
Chinese president begins South America tour
Press TV - The Chinese delegation will visit Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba and
Argentina. China’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that Xi will be
stopping on the Greek island of Rhodes on his way to hold talks with
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.
France Wants to ID and Tax Bitcoin Users
WSJ - France wants to know who’s using bitcoins—and then tax them. The
country’s finance ministry said Friday that it plans by the end of the
year to implement new rules for financial institutions that will require
bitcoin distributors and other platforms to collect and verify the
identity of their users before opening accounts.
Sweden's Mathias Sundin: 'The world’s first political Bitcoin only
The Independent - Mathias Sundin is, in his own words, creating a world
first: he is running for parliament on nothing but Bitcoins.... “To
promote the spreading of Bitcoin and increase the awareness of new
political challenges, I will – as the first political candidate in the
world – only accept campaign donations in Bitcoin.
First Lady of Guatemala: Illegal Immigrants Not Refugees Escaping
Kurt Nimmo - Rosa Leal de Pérez, the first lady of Guatemala, believes
the influx of illegal immigrant children into the United States has
nothing to do with violence. Ms. Pérez said the reason thousands of
unattended children are fleeing north is to be reunited with their
families in the United States. She said U.S. immigration policies are
breaking families apart and creating a humanitarian crisis.
Hope for Fukushima? New Technology Offered for Mere Dollars to Remove
Natural Society - The Keshe Foundation, registered in the Netherlands as
a non-profit organization interested in promoting world peace, is
offering the regular farmer and others near the Daiichi plant and around
the world a new technology to remove radioactive contamination for mere
dollars. A video explaining the means to decontaminate radioactive
particles is being disclosed to the public for the first time.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
C.D.C. Closes Anthrax and Flu Labs After
NY Times - After potentially serious back-to-back laboratory
accidents, federal health officials announced Friday that they
had temporarily closed the flu and anthrax laboratories at the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta and halted
shipments of all infectious agents from the agency’s
Biological Hazard in USA on Monday, 14 July, 2014
View the ALERT MAP: RSOE EDIS - Emergency and Disaster
DHS Agent Opens Fire During Pro-Israel Rally
Mikael Thalen - The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed
Sunday evening that a Department of Homeland Security agent
opened fire during a pro-Israel rally in front of the Westwood
Federal Building. The protest, which drew as many as 2,000
participants, reportedly turned violent after pro-Palestinian
protesters began attacking several attendees with sticks.
Illegals Released In U.S. Given Three Years Until Court Date
Kit Daniels - Overwhelmed U.S. courts are giving illegal aliens
up to three years to show up for immigration hearings after
they’ve been released in the U.S. and the court dates will only
increase further into the future.
Abby Martin Reports On Violence Of SWAT Teams, The Following Day
Her Producer Is Raided By SWAT
Liberty Crier - Abby Martin on the high prevalence of SWAT raids
across the US, and how only one day after reporting on the
issue, one Breaking the Set producer’s home was violently raided
by a SWAT team.
TSA Allowing Illegals to Fly Without Verifiable ID, Says Border
Breitbart - “The aliens who are getting released on their own
recognizance are being allowed to board and travel commercial
airliners by simply showing their Notice to Appear forms,”
NBPC’s Local 2455 Spokesman, Hector Garza, told Breitbart Texas.
TSA Lying, Changed Policy After Breitbart Report
Border Patrol Warns Gang Members Using Nogales Processing Center
as Recruitment Hub
townhall.com - According to Border Patrol sources, violent MS-13
gang members are using the Nogales processing center in Arizona
as a recruitment hub and as a transfer point for gang members to
get into the United States.
Ad Promises $6,000 a Month Tax Free To House Immigrant Children
Ben Swann - An ad in the local Penny Saver in Murrieta,
California caught the attention of residents today. The ad,
which was put up by the Crittenton Services and Foster Family
Agency or (FFA) claims to be looking for families who will help
provide homes for foster children as well as for “unaccompanied
Black American from Gang-Besieged Baltimore: 'Where Can I Get
Breitbart - "My children cannot play outside. I cannot take my
trash out without locking the door – it's awful. Who is going to
give us anything? Where can I get asylum? Where can I get
refugee status? I don't know what I can do. Nobody cares what
happens to my children."
Homeland Security, Feds Swarm Small Town in Bizarre Unannounced
Show of Force
Paul Joseph Watson - Homeland Security agents, backed by police
SWAT teams, armored vehicles and a Black Hawk helicopter staged
a bizarre unannounced show of force in front of a school in a
small Illinois town, scenes which will exacerbate concerns about
the increasing militarization of U.S. law enforcement.
Despite accusations of excessive force, Albuquerque police
purchase 350 AR-15 rifles
The Daily Sheeple - Albuquerque police have called on a local
vendor to supply 350 AR-15 rifles, according to KOB-TV, which
cost approximately $1,000 each. The contract calls for the
rifles to arrive over the next two years. Subsequent quantities
of 50 rifles are part of the deal, if the department deems them
Feds Investigate “Racist” Depiction of Obama as a Zombie
Paul Joseph Watson - Making fun of the president is now
considered a domestic threat requiring DOJ intervention.
Two homes forcibly commandeered by police, innocent homeowners
Police State USA - Police forcibly commandeered homes from two
innocent families because they wanted to use the properties to
surveil a neighbor. After their plan was denied by phone
request, police conspired and executed a plan to break into the
homes and arrest the innocent homeowners, a lawsuit reveals.
Violent SWAT raid leaves St. Paul family traumatized, two pets
Police State USA - Mr. Arman, owner of a towing business, says
he was laying asleep when he heard the front door breached and
then the gunfire.... Arman’s girlfriend Camille, who is 8-months
pregnant, ran frantically to protect their two sons, ages 4 and
7. She contends that the sleeping children were directly in line
with the attacks from police, as they shot her dog as it
retreated....“Our oldest dog actually ran back to protect us in
front of the bed and they kept shooting her, even though we were
laying right there.”
Why You Feel Poorer (Chart)
economicnoise.com - In the last fourteen years, has your income
increased over 50%? If you think it has, has it done so after
taxes? Even if it has, you likely have not kept up in terms of
inflation.... To understand the loss of purchasing power, look
at this series of items...
White House opens door to tolls on interstate highways, removing
Washington Post - With pressure mounting to avert a
transportation funding crisis this summer, the Obama
administration Tuesday opened the door for states to collect
tolls on interstate highways to raise revenue for roadway
Trump Plaza To Close In September As Atlantic City Implosion
Claims Fourth Casino
Zero Hedge - The Atlantic City casino industry implosion
continues. Following the second, and final, bankruptcy of AC's
"state of the art" Revel Casino a month ago, as well as the
shuttering of Atlantic Club hotel Casino and the Showboat hotel
casino, the grim corporate reaper has come for one of the most
prominent boardwalk casinos of all: Trump Plaza.
Nurse exposes VA hospital: Stolen drugs, tortured veterans
NY Post - Last fall, Riviello challenged the treatment of a
female veteran strapped to her bed for hours on end, in
violation of VA rules. As a result, she was stripped of her
nursing duties. Now she’s one of 37 whistleblowers nationwide
whose allegations of retaliation are under investigation by the
US Office of Special Counsel. Riviello told her story to The
Post’s Susan Edelman.
The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control
The Guardian - The NSA will soon be able to collect 966 exabytes
a year, the total of internet traffic annually. Former Google
head Eric Schmidt once argued that the entire amount of
knowledge from the beginning of humankind until 2003 amount to
only five exabytes.
Chinese hackers break into US federal government employee
The Guardian - Chinese hackers broke into the computer networks
housing the personal information of all federal US government
employees in March in an apparent attempt to target people who
had applied for top-secret security clearances.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Congressman secretly forced EPA to lift ban on deadly
weedkillers made with heavy metal arsenic
(NaturalNews) The U.S. is in the midst of an arsenic crisis. And
yet a single U.S. congressman, admittedly influenced by
corporate lobbying, is consciously blocking efforts by the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to impose new restrictions
on the chemical element that would protect the public against
this known neurotoxin and carcinogen.
Texas town enforces ‘zero tolerance’ policy on grass length
Police State USA - The town of Abilene has instituted a ‘zero
tolerance’ crackdown on private property owners whose grass does
not meet government-mandated length requirements. Code enforcers
literally drive around with measuring sticks to determine which
lawns have been deemed too long by the town. The property owners
are then threatened with letters and are ultimately given Class
C Misdemeanors if they do not comply.
Turmeric (Curcumin) Shown to Possess a Powerful Anti-Aging
Green Med Info - There is considerable experimental evidence
that curcumin, the yellow pigment of turmeric, protects against
age-related brain damage and in particular, Alzheimer’s disease.
Place Mushrooms in Sunlight to Get Your Vitamin D
Green Med Info - You can sun dry or UV-zap store-bought or
homegrown shiitake, maitake, button, and many other mushroom
species. My personal preference is home grown organic shiitake.
The high vitamin D levels generated will last for more than a
year. Surprisingly, even sliced and dried mushrooms—including
wild ones picked the year before—will soar in vitamin D when
placed outdoors under the sun.
White House Admits to Fake Vaccine Campaigns to Steal DNA
Natural Society - The White House has officially admitted to an
incredibly nefarious campaign – faking vaccination programs
across the country while covertly stealing your DNA. This
illegal, immoral, and insane scheme was concocted to profile
terrorists as part of our war against the Middle East.
Animals and Insects That Can Detect Cancer and Disease
Dr. Becker - If you had a cancer growing in your body, would
your pet be able to give you an early warning? Dogs can detect
the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from all kinds
of cancers and other disease. But they're not the only ones with
a radar nose.
Watch for This Telltale Symptom of Chronic Kidney
Disease and Leukemia
Dr. Becker - It may appear to be something else, so
it's easy to overlook. But it's a telltale symptom
of both chronic kidney disease and leukemia. If you
notice it, get these tests to determine the true
- July 11, 2014 - Today in History:
1786 - Morocco agreed to stop attacking American
ships in the Mediterranean for a payment of $10,000.
1798 - The U.S. Marine Corps was formally
re-established by "An Act for Establishing a Marine
Corps" passed by the U.S. Congress. The act also
created the U.S. Marine Band. The Marines were first
commissioned by the Continental Congress on November
1804 - The United States' first secretary of the
treasury, Alexander Hamilton, was killed by Vice
President Aaron Burr in a duel.
1864 - In the U.S., Confederate forces led by Gen.
Jubal Early began an invasion of Washington, DC.
They turned back the next day.
1934 - The first appointments to the newly created
Federal Communications Commission were made.
1934 - U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
became the first American chief executive to travel
through the Panama Canal while in office.
1955 - The U.S. Air Force Academy was dedicated in
Colorado at Lowry Air Base.
1962 - The first transatlantic TV transmission was
sent through the Telstar I satellite.
1972 - U.S. forces broke the 95-day siege at An Loc
1977 - The Medal of Freedom was awarded posthumously
to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in a White House
1979 - The abandoned U.S. space station Skylab
returned to Earth. It burned up in the atmosphere
and showered debris over the Indian Ocean and
1995 - Full diplomatic relations were established
between the United States and Vietnam.
1998 - U.S. Air Force Lt. Michael Blassie, a
casualty of the Vietnam War, was laid to rest near
his Missouri home. He had been positively identified
from his remains that had been enshrined in the Tomb
of the Unknowns in Arlington, VA.
1999 - A U.S. Air Force jet flew over the Antarctic
and dropped off emergency medical supplies for Dr.
Jerri Nelson after she had discovered a lump in her
breast. Nelso was at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole
2008 - Apple released the iPhone 3G.
9 killed while watching World Cup as Israeli missile hits Gaza beach
RT - Nine young Palestinians were killed and 15 others injured in an
overnight Israeli air raid on a Gaza Strip beach while watching the
World Cup semifinal game between the Netherlands and Argentina.
Death toll from Israeli attacks on Gaza hits 107
Press TV - Medical sources reported several casualties from an Israeli
missile attack on a house in southern Gaza on Friday while Israeli
warplanes pounded Deir al-Balah, leaving a number of people dead in the
'Two rockets fired from Lebanon hit Israel'
Press TV - Two rockets fired from Lebanon have reportedly hit an area
near a northern Israeli town, causing troops to respond with artillery
Next target - Lebanon? Minister fears wave of ISIS-inspired bombings
RT - Torn apart by a political crisis and surrounded by armed conflicts,
Lebanon will become the next target for ISIS and other terrorists, said
Foreign Minister Nohad Machnouk. Earlier this week, 28 were charged with
planning suicide attacks.
1,000-strong Syrian rebel brigade defects to Islamic State - report
RT - An entire 1,000-strong rebel brigade based in Syria’s Idlib
province has reportedly defected to the Islamic State group, raising new
questions as to whether other factions will rally behind the militant
force that has swept through Iraq’s west.
Blackwater Founder Erik Prince To Advise Chinese Firms In Africa
FDL - Former Navy SEAL and Blackwater founder Erik Prince has a new
security venture. This time he is helping Chinese firms to “take the
drama out of Africa” by consulting on how the businesses should
establish themselves and operate throughout the continent. Africa has
become a major target for Chinese investment to secure access to the
continent’s vast natural resources.
Kiev official: Military op death toll is 478 civilians, outnumbers army
RT - Four hundred and seventy-eight civilians, including seven children,
have been killed in Kiev’s military crackdown on the eastern regions of
Ukraine, the country’s deputy health minister said on Thursday.
Defense Sec. Hagel says ISIS imminent threat to “every stabilized
country on Earth”
Kurt Nimmo - U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel added to the overblown
hype on ISIS, now the Islamic state, when he said on Wednesday the
terror group represents a serious threat “our allies all over the Middle
East,” Europe and the United States.
US closes embassy in Israel for security reasons
Press TV - “Due to the current security situation in Tel Aviv, the US
Embassy in Tel Aviv is closed on Wednesday, July 9, for routine services
for both visas and services for U.S. citizens. Emergency cases will be
considered on a case by case basis,” the embassy said in a notice
published on its website. However, according to Israeli media reports,
the embassy remained closed on Thursday as well.
Hamas: We attempted to hit the nuclear reactor in Dimona
whatreallyhappened.com - I would like confirmation that HAMAS is
claiming credit for these rockets, because from a public relations point
of view, this is a very bad thing to do. Had the reactor been hit,
EVERYONE (including the Palestinians) would suffer, and world opinion
would turn against HAMAS.
UN evacuates dozens of staff from Libya
Press TV - The United Nations has transferred dozens of its staff from
Libya to Italy amid deteriorating security situation in the North
African country. “The mission will continue to operate with a reduced
number,” …adding that the staff “will return if the security situation
US Responds To China “Global Disaster” Threat By Boosting Military
Presence In China’s Back Yard
Zero Hedge - Just when we thought US foreign policy couldn’t sink to new
lows, it does just that.... According to the FT, the US is developing
new military tactics to deter China’s slow but steady territorial
advances in the South China Sea, including more aggressive use of
surveillance aircraft and naval operations near contested areas.
Germany expels CIA Berlin chief over NSA spying
RT - Germany is expelling the CIA chief in Berlin in retaliation for the
latest espionage scandals 'in addition to existing issues'. Two
suspected US agents have been exposed in the past week, prompting
criticism from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Russia surpasses US gold production for first time in 25 years
RT - Russia has produced more gold than the United States for the first
time in 25 years. It’s now the world’s third biggest producer after
China and Australia, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of
Russia Sergey Donskoy said.
Australian judge says incest may no longer be a taboo
The Telegraph - A judge in Australia has been criticised after saying
incest may no longer be a taboo and that the community may now accept
consensual sex between adult siblings.... He said incest was now only a
crime because it may lead to abnormalities in offspring but this
rationale was increasingly irrelevant because of the availability of
contraception and abortion.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Leaked DHS Report Reveals Obama Admin Deception on Border Crisis
Breitbart - A leaked internal Department of Homeland Security
(DHS) report from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
indicates that recent public assertions made by the
Administration were at best half-truths regarding the
deportations and motivations of the waves of minors illegally
entering the United States.
See The Darby Leaked ICE Doc Here!
Feds Guard Illegal Alien Shelter Better Than Border
Kit Daniels - Federal agents in Murrieta, California, with the
help of local police, are guarding an illegal alien shelter
better than America’s border.
VIDEO: ABC News tells viewers that scenes of destruction in Gaza
are in Israel
electronicintifada.net - Diane Sawyer tweeted the following
apology today... I want to apologize now and tonight for my
error on the broadcast Tuesday. We’ll correct it tonight on.
NY Court OKs $1.75B Award in Iran Terror Cases
ABC News - A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that $1.75
billion for terrorism-related judgments against Iran can be
distributed to victims of attacks, including a 1983 bombing that
killed 241 Marines in Lebanon.
The CDC and HHS Are Planning for Mass Casualties in the United
Dave Hodges - I am presently vacationing at Ground Zero, the
location of the greatest pandemic threat in American history and
it is all related to unscreened immigrants.
Mexican train derails, stranding 1,300 migrants headed toward
(Reuters) - A cargo train used by Mexicans and Central Americans
to travel toward the U.S. border derailed in the southern
Mexican state of Oaxaca on Wednesday, stranding about 1,300
migrants, emergency services said.
Ted Cruz: Democrats Vote to Ban Books, Repeal First Amendment
Paul Joseph Watson - Senator Ted Cruz renewed his verbal assault
against a campaign finance amendment during a judiciary
committee hearing on Capitol Hill today, warning that the
proposal would serve to repeal the First Amendment and empower
Congress to ban books and movies.
GOP: Lerner warned IRS employees to hide information from
Washington Times - Just as the IRS tea party targeting scandal
was erupting, Lois G. Lerner warned colleagues to “be cautious”
about what information they put in emails because it could end
up being turned over to Congress, according to an email message
Gun Confiscation Begins in New York?
Paul Joseph Watson - Second amendment activists are expressing
concern that authorities in New York state have begun moving
towards mass gun confiscation after a man had all his firearms
seized by police over a 15-year-old misdemeanor charge.
Is Monsanto Contributing To The Rise In Mass Shootings?
Brandon Turbeville - In January, 2013, I wrote an article
entitled, “Psychiatric Drugs, School Violence, And The Big
Pharma Cover-up,” where I discussed the importance of the CYP450
enzymes on the metabolism of pharmaceutical drugs and the
potential for adverse effects of those drugs if the CYP450
enzyme was not functioning properly.
The Emperor’s New Clothes: The Naked Truth About the American
The Rutherford Institute - “The most dangerous man, to any
government, is the man who is able to think things out for
himself…Almost inevitably, he comes to the conclusion that the
government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and
intolerable.”—H.L. Mencken, American journalist.
Police Shoot Black Lab Through Vehicle Window, Claim It Was
‘Lunging’ Pit Bull
Mikael Thalen - An Idaho police officer who shot and killed a
small black lab sitting inside a vehicle this week has been
telling investigators that the dog was a “vicious” pit bull.
Where The Wealth Is (and Is Not)
Zero Hedge - On the heels of Wal-Mart explaining that America is
anything but recovering, we thought a look at the state of the
union's wealth would be useful. To wit, the following map of
household incomes shows where the "haves" and the "have-nots"
Banker Suicides Return: JPMorgan Executive "Blasts Wife, Kills
Self" With Shotgun
Zero Hedge - In what appears to the 15th financial services
executive suicide this year, yet another JPMorgan Director took
his own life.... Julian moved to the United States from London
in 2010 and was working at JP Morgan's Global Network Operations
Center in Whippany, New Jersey, at the time of the tragedy.
G.M. Resists Recalling Trucks Over Brake Lines
NY Times - G.M. has resisted recalling almost 1.8 million
full-size pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles from the 1999
to 2003 model years for corrosion-related brake failures, saying
the issue is one of maintenance. The resistance has come even
though the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has
been investigating the issue since 2010, and the agency has now
received about 1,000 complaints from owners, some of whom report
narrowly avoiding crashes.
Ford Issues 6 Recalls Covering 101,000 Vehicles
Consumerist - In an effort to show GM that it’s not the only
U.S. car maker who can issue a huge number of recalls, the folks
at Ford have announced six separate recalls covering a total of
Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi Denied Freedom by Mexican Judge
XRepublic.TV - A Mexican federal judge sent Andrew Tahmooressi
back to prison after the U.S. Marine sergeant made his first
official courtroom appearance since being locked up more than
three months ago for accidentally crossing the border with guns
in his pickup truck.
4,000 draft notices sent to men born in 1800s
(Ap) - No, the United States military isn’t trying to build a
force of centenarians. It just seems that way after the
Selective Service System mistakenly sent notices to more than
14,000 Pennsylvania men born between 1893 and 1897, ordering
them to register for the nation’s military draft and warning
that failure to do so is ‘‘punishable by a fine and
Energy & Environment
1 mn gallons of oil-drilling byproducts leaked into N. Dakota
RT - A North Dakota pipeline has hemorrhaged about 1 million
gallons of oil-drilling saltwater into the ground of a native
Indian reservation, with some of the byproduct suspected to have
leaked into a lake that provides drinking water.
Record Shattering UV Radiation Levels Finally Confirmed
Geoengineering Watch - A team of researchers in the U.S. and
Germany has measured the highest level of ultraviolet radiation
ever recorded on the Earth’s surface. The extraordinary UV
fluxes, observed in the Bolivian Andes only 1,500 miles from the
equator, are far above those normally considered to be harmful
to both terrestrial and aquatic life.
Polar vortex to make shocking summer return in eastern U.S. next
Washington Post - Bearing a haunting resemblance to January’s
brutally cold weather pattern, a deep pool of cool air from the
Gulf of Alaska will plunge into the Great Lakes early next week
and then ooze towards the East Coast. Of course, this is July,
not January, so temperatures forecast to be roughly 10 to as
much as 30 degrees below average won’t have quite the same
First Google Glass telekinetic app allows users to take pictures
with their thoughts
RT - A new telekinetic app operates with Google Glass to harness
the power of the mind in order to control functions. MindRDR,
developed by British firm This Place, links Google Glass with
another piece of attachable hardware, the Neurosky EEG
biosensor, that picks up brainwaves, which the app then
translates into action. A function is carried out based on the
amount of concentration and relaxation by the user.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Is Local Food Organic Food? Many People Get it Wrong
Natural Society - About 17 percent of 2500 surveyed American
believe the terms 'local' and 'organic' could be used
interchangeably and 22 percent thought local means non-GMO.
Research Professor Begs EPA and USDA to Refuse New 2,4-D
Natural Society - Charles Benbrook wrote a letter to the EPA
requesting the refusal of a toxic new herbicide called 2,4-D, as
it will poison food, people, wildlife, and more.
Purslane: Don’t Mow It. Eat it.
Off the Grid News - There is very good reason, at least from a
nutritional perspective, as to why purslane deserves more
respect than it often gets. This herb contains alpha-linolenic
acid, a much-researched and sought-after omega-3 fatty acid. In
fact, purslane has about five times the amount of omega-3 fatty
acid that spinach has and its stems are rich in vitamin C.
Man diagnosed with rare pneumonic plague in Colorado
(Reuters) - A Colorado man diagnosed with pneumonic
plague, a rare form of the disease that is also the
most life-threatening, is the state's first
confirmed human case of the illness in a decade,
officials said on Wednesday.
Amount of phthalates in average American diet
exceeds EPA threshold, study finds
(NaturalNews) The researchers found that, for both
children and adults, the diet high in meat and dairy
products contained dangerous levels of phthalates.
The typical US diet contained levels that the EPA
currently considers safe for adults, but that was
nearly twice as high as the maximum exposure levels
that have been set for babies and toddlers..
Watching Too Much TV Linked to Early Death
Dr. Mercola - If you watch television for three or
more hours a day, your risk of premature death is
double that of someone who watches only one hour or
less, according to new research published in the
Journal of the American Heart Association.1 The
health risks of too much sedentary behavior,
including too much sitting, are now widely known.
Sweet potatoes: Carotenoid-rich tubers that boost
vision and fight disease
(NaturalNews) Sweet potatoes also contain high
concentrations of magnesium, potassium, manganese,
calcium, iron, protein and most B vitamins. Many of
these nutrients are found in the skin, however, so
make sure that you purchase organic sweet potatoes
whose skins are safe to eat.
Potent pain relieving foods you already have in your
STEPin2 - Eating organic foods is key to optimal
health. Pain can be caused by many factors, yet the
most common cause of pain is chronic inflammation.
Fresh organic foods have properties that fight
inflammation and therefore relieve pain. Spices and
herbs are among the most powerful natural pain
7 Herbs to Greatly Enhance Happiness
Natural Society - Being happier can help make you
healthier. Here are 7 herbs that may help you feel
better by reducing nervousness and calming the
12 Herbs or Plants Best At Deflecting Negative
preventdisease.com - We all draw energy from
different source to feed emotional states and this
can essentially energize cells within our body,
cause increases in cortisol and catabolize cells
depending on the emotional trigger. There are
specific herbs that have used for millennia, whose
frequencies are known to have an impact in
deflecting and transforming negative energies.
'Rosemary Is For Remembrance' ~ Science Confirms
Wisdom of the Ancients
Green Med Info - Rosemary, a small perennial shrub
in the mint family, is one such example, a plant
woven deeply into ancient history and mythology,
providing clues and hints to its particular value in
cognition, memory and enhanced sensorial awareness,
and ultimately its sacredness, which literally means
"holy," a word that also shares etymological roots
with "whole," "healthy" and "heal."
Rose Petal Vinegar And Its Many Uses
preventdisease.com - It's very easy to make. Simply
collect a jar full of fresh rose petals, mix with
vinegar and put them to use on bug bites, sunburn
and even as a vinaigrette.
Home Remedies for Burns - 8 Natural Treatments
Natural Society - Whether first degree or second
degree, burns can be dealt with through natural
treatments. Here are 8 home remedies for burns.
Raw Chocolate Cream Caramel Bars
preventdisease.com - This is one of those
dangerously delicious raw recipes that can be
addictive, but there's nothing wrong with that since
the ingredients contain high nutrient ingredients.
If you like things sweet and decadent, yet
nutritious, you're gonna love these.
Homemade Orange Creamsicles
Homestead Basics - Its getting hot out and we are
starting to crave something cold. Here is one of my
favorite Orange Creamsicles I have ever found. Not
only is this recipe tasty, but also healthy!
- July 10, 2014 - Today in History:
1776 - The statue of King George III was pulled down
in New York City.
1778 - In support of the American Revolution, Louis
XVI declared war on England.
1821 - U.S. troops took possession of Florida. The
territory was sold by Spain.
1890 - Wyoming became the 44th state to join the
1913 - The highest temperature ever recorded in the
U.S. was 134 degrees in Death Valley, CA.
1919 - The Treaty of Versailles was hand delivered
to the U.S. Senate by President Wilson.
1928 - George Eastman first demonstrated color
1929 - The U.S. government began issuing paper money
in the small size.
1940 - The 114-day Battle of Britain began during
World War II.
1949 - The first practical rectangular television
was presented. The picture tube measured 12 by 16
and sold for $12.
1951 - Armistice talks aimed at ending the Korean
conflict began at Kaesong.
1953 - American forces withdraw from Pork Chop Hill
in Korea after heavy fighting.
1962 - The Telstar Communications satellite was
launched. The satellite relayed TV and telephone
signals between Europe and the U.S.
1973 - Britain granted the Bahamas their
independence after three centuries of British
1991 - Boris Yeltsin took the oath of office as the
first elected president of the Russian republic.
1991 - U.S. President Bush lifted economic sanctions
against South Africa, citing its "profound
transformation" toward racial equality.
1998 - The U.S. military delivered the remains of
Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Blassie to his family in
St. Louis. He had been placed in Arlington
Cemetery's Tomb of the Unknown in 1984. His identity
had been confirmed with DNA tests.
1999 - The heads of six African nations that had
troops in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
signed a cease-fire agreement that would end the
civil war in that nation.
2002 - Peter Paul Rubens' painting "The Massacre of
the Innocents" sold for $76.2 million at Sotheby's.
Sunni insurgents take over nuclear materials in northern Iraq
RT - Iraq says “terrorist groups” have seized nuclear materials used for
scientific research at a university in the country's north. Iraq's UN
envoy has appealed for help to "stave off the threat of their use by
terrorists in Iraq or abroad."
IDF Chief of Staff Approves Ground Offensive Plans
Israel National News - IDF Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, has
approved all of the plans for an IDF ground offensive into Gaza, IDF
Spokesman Brig. Gen. Moti Almoz said Wednesday evening. He added that
the pressure on Gaza will grow in the coming hours and the IAF attacks
will become even more intense.
Tel Aviv escalates violence while playing victim: Analyst
Press TV “What the Israelis are doing is instigating violence,
pretending that they’re the victims when in fact they’re the
instigators,” Eli Joseph James said in an interview with Press TV on
Israel crimes aimed at more occupation
Russia to Suggest Creating Energy Association During BRICS Summit –
RIA Novosti - Russia plans on suggesting the creation of an energy
association and energy policy institution during the upcoming BRICS
summit in Brazil, Russian Presidential Aide Yuri Ushakov said Thursday.
Germany Blesses “Bail-In” Deposit Confiscation Plan For Failing EU Banks
Zero Hedge - One year earlier than required, the German government
approved plans to force creditors into propping up struggling banks
TPP Negotiations Go Further Underground with Secret Meetings in Canada
Activist Post - EFF is in Ottawa this week for the Trans-Pacific
Partnership (TPP) negotiations, to influence the course of discussions
over regressive digital policy provisions in this trade agreement that
could lead to an increasingly restrictive Internet. But this round is
different from the others—the secrecy around the talks is wholly
NATO Sets Record By Sending Nine Ships Into Black Sea
(RIA Novosti) – The group of NATO ships in the Black Sea has grown to
nine vessels, setting a record for recent decades, a Russian military
source told RIA Novosti Tuesday.
Israel hits 200 Gaza sites, 8 children reported dead, Hamas fires
RT - By Wednesday evening, Israel's offensive had killed at least 53
people and injured over 450, while also striking scores of targets,
Ma’an news agency reported citing medical officials. According to IDF,
the airstrikes were necessary in order to stifle rocket fire from Gaza.
Israel indicated that a 'weeks-long' ground invasion could be rapidly
approaching, reported AP on Wednesday.
Kidnapped Israelis shot 10 times with silenced gun
The Daily Star - Three Israeli teenagers who were abducted by
Palestinians in the occupied West Bank last month were shot at least 10
times with a silenced gun in what appeared to be premeditated killings,
a U.S. official involved in the investigation said.
Israel’s “Blood Diamonds” Boost Jeweller Profits as Gaza Bleeds
Global Research - As Israel carries out yet another attack on Gaza
jewellers worldwide continue to conceal the fact that blood diamonds are
supporting one of the most abhorrent and prolonged injustices against a
defenceless indigenous people.
ISIS Destroys Antiquities
Kurt Nimmo - The Kharijite fanatics masquerading as Sunni Muslims who
have temporarily established a caliphate in Iraq and Syria are now
destroying religious antiquities. The Islamic State attack on the holy
sites of other religions is reminiscent of the Taliban destruction of
2,000 year old Buddha statues in Afghanistan’s Bamiyan valley in 2001.
China President Warns Conflict With America Would Be "Global Disaster"
Zero Hedge - China’s President Xi Jinping called for greater military
communication with the U.S., saying as he opened high-level talks
between the two countries that any conflict would be a global disaster.
Snowden applies to extend asylum in Russia - lawyer
RT - NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has filed an official petition to
extend his asylum in Russia for another year. He has been living in the
country since taking 1.7 million intelligence files from various US
agencies. This is according to Snowden’s lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena.
Snowden’s current term of stay in Russia expires on July 31.
'Second CIA spy in Germany': Berlin raids Ministry of Defense
RT - German authorities have carried out a raid on the residence of a
defense ministry official suspected of passing secrets to the US, just
one week after the arrest of a German intelligence officer who worked as
a double agent.
Flashback: Mexico’s President ‘Indignant’ About Deportations, Says U.S.
Has a ‘Lack of a Conscience’
TPNN February 28, 2014 - Mexico’s President, Enrique Pena Nieto, has
taken shots at the U.S.’s border policy and announced on Friday [Feb
28th] that he is “indignant” about America’s deportations of illegal
immigrants and suggested that such deportations demonstrate a “lack or
conscience” on the part of Americans who refuse to pass amnesty.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Illegal Immigrant “Children” Include MS-13 Gang Members
New American - An internal summary of Border Patrol operations
at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nogales (Arizona)
Placement Center stated that 16 unaccompanied immigrant children
being held at the facility are members of Mara Salvatrucha
(MS-13) transnational criminal gang.
Teacher outrage stalls Bill Gates’ Common Core push
Truthstream Media - Opposition to Common Core has gained such
momentum on all sides of the debate, and for various reasons,
that major outlets are now telling Bill Gates to butt out of
education, and instead go home with his billions.
Iowa Residents to Be First American Guinea Pigs for GMO Bananas
npr.org - Somewhere in Iowa, volunteers are earning $900 apiece
by providing blood samples after eating bits of a banana kissed
with a curious tinge of orange.
Costco censorship attempt backfires; 'America' book sees huge
surge in sales after attempted memory-holing
(NaturalNews) The blatantly political attempt to silence the
author of a politically incorrect new book has backfired on
chain wholesaler Costco after one of its top managers reversed a
decision to pull the tome from stores.
Obama Administration Endorses Israel's Assault on Gaza
Common Dreams - The White House on Tuesday announced its backing
of Israel's escalating air strikes on Gaza amid reports of a
rising Palestinian death toll that now includes the killing of
more than a dozen children.
Censorship: 38 journalism groups slam Obama's
'politically-driven suppression of news'
Washington Examiner - In a letter to President Obama, the 38,
led by the Society of Professional Journalists, said efforts by
government officials to stifle or block coverage has grown for
years and reached a high-point under his administration despite
Obama's 2008 campaign promise to provide transparency. Worse,
they said: As access for reporters has been cut off, the
administration has opened the door to lobbyists, special
interests and “people with money.”
Murrieta Pro-Tem Mayor: Feds Ignored Town’s Plea For Help
Paul Joseph Watson - According to Murrieta Pro-Tem Mayor Harry
Ramos, the federal government has ignored the town’s request for
help in order to deal with the influx of illegal immigrants
arriving on buses and has refused to provide city officials with
any information whatsoever.
Illegals Continue To Walk All Over Obama, Now With Obama-Themed
Daily Caller - Some of the illegal immigrants surging across the
U.S. border from Central America and creating a growing
humanitarian crisis may be wearing tennis shoes emblazoned with
images in praise of President Barack Obama, according to Dennis
Michael Lynch at his website, DLM Daily.
What comes 'after America'?
WND - In recent weeks, both General David Petraeus and House
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., have woven into public
speeches the theme of combining the United States, Canada and
Mexico into a single, North American Union. “After America,
there is North America,” explained Petraeus, the former U.S.
military commander and former head of the CIA, to a panel
entitled “After America, What?” held at the Margaret Thatcher
Conference on Liberty on June 18, 2014, hosted by the Center for
Policy Studies in Great Britain.
Court orders Chicago to pay NRA’s legal fees
Washington Times - A federal court is ordering the city of
Chicago to pay the National Rifle Association nearly $1 million
in legal fees. The NRA had challenged a Chicago law banning gun
sales within the city limits that a federal court ruled
unconstitutional in January.
US News: Hillary Clinton has raised over $1 billion from Wall
Nick Sorrentino - US News thinks that Hillary Clinton’s
formidable fundraising ability is a giant advantage, and there
is no doubt that it is. But it is also a liability. Ms. Clinton
has raised over $1 billion from the #BailoutBanks over the last
2 decades. A key benefactor right now (also Obama’s in 2008) is
Goldman Sachs, king of the #BailoutBanks.
Shock Report: 70 Million People Would Be Starving in the Streets
Without Government Welfare Programs
Mac Slavo - According to the HHS, nearly half of all Americans
are now dependent on some form of government benefit just to put
food on the table. And of our population of 310 million, nearly
one in four receive welfare benefits. That’s over 70 million
people who, if the government safety nets broke down due to lack
of funding or a monetary crisis, would be starving on our
streets right now.
Kansas Tax Cuts Are Working
atr.org - Bureau of Labor Statistics data details a
significantly better trend for Kansas as opposed to Missouri
following the passage of the first round of tax cuts in 2012.
Chinese Purchases of U.S. Real Estate Jump 72% as The Bank of
China Facilitates Money Laundering
Liberty Blitzkrieg - While this trend may not be new, it is
certainly accelerating. According to the National Association of
Realtors in its annual report on foreign home purchases,
transactions from Greater China (includes Hong Kong and Taiwan)
were up 72% in the past year to $22 billion.
VA denied 80 percent of disability claims filed by Gulf War
Washington Times - The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has
released data that shows 80 percent of disability claims filed
by Gulf War veterans for conditions related to the war have been
denied, citing "inadequate and insufficient evidence" to
indicate that the cancers, chronic fatigue and migraines they
suffer from are service-related.
California stung by lawsuit to protect bees
panna.org - After five years of review, California officials
have not only failed to complete an evaluation of neonicotinoid
pesticides (neonics), they continue to bring more and more of
these bee-harming chemicals to market. Fed up with the years of
hand-sitting, PAN and our partners brought the state and
pesticide manufacturers to court.
Earth's magnetic field is weakening 10 times faster than thought
in the Western Hemisphere
Daily Mail - The Earth’s magnetic field, which protects the
planet from cosmic radiation, has grown weaker over the past six
months. Data collected by the European Space Agency’s Swarm
satellites has indicated weak spots in the magnetic field.
Senate committee passes CISA cybersecurity bill that could
broaden NSA powers
RT - New cybersecurity legislation cleared the Senate
Intelligence Committee on Tuesday during a closed session.
Critics fear it may broaden the NSA’s already formidable access
to Americans’ data.
Stick it to the Man With These Four Awesome New Gadgets
The Daily Sheeple - One of the most secure ways to explore the
internet is with the Tor Browser. This program allows you to log
onto the internet with a newly generated IP address that is
relayed and encrypted through a random series of computers from
around the world. Now with the iCloak, you can essentially take
Tor with you anywhere. The device is a small usb stick that you
can boot from your computer, instantly making any device a Tor
Why Care About Online Privacy (If You’ve Got Nothing To Hide)
ehow.com - You’re a good person. Should you worry what websites
know about you? Take this short quiz to find out.
Stress—Yes, It Really Can Trigger a Heart Attack
Dr. Mercola - Interestingly, more heart attacks and other
cardiovascular events occur on Mondays than any other day of the
week. This “Monday cardiac phenomenon” has been recognized for
some time, and has long been believed to be related to work
Boost energy with these top 3 superfoods
(NaturalNews) While many superfoods exist, and all are
beneficial for health along with a diet that includes fresh,
whole foods, there are three that are ideal for their ability to
boost energy. According to experts, spirulina, maca, and
turmeric are the top three foods that can help give the body a
much-needed energy boost in addition to providing a host of
other healthy benefits.
Tunes Could Bring Back Memories Lost to Alzheimer's
Dr. Mercola - If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's, there's
good reason to turn on some music daily. Even if you don't, use
these strategies to protect your brain health at any age.
Selling Donated Blood is Big Business in U.S.
AllGov - Donating blood is anything but a charitable act in the
United States. Oftentimes, blood given for free by Americans
gets turned into profitable deals by companies specializing in
blood sales to hospitals. These days, a pint of blood can go for
$180 to $300, depending on demand.
Organic Foods Not Necessarily Safe if They Come from China
AllGov - ue to reckless industrial development, huge swaths of
Chinese acreage contain harmful heavy metals, including cadmium,
arsenic, lead, nickel and mercury. As much of 20% of China’s
arable land is polluted in this manner. As for Chinese produce
labeled “organic,” it’s unclear that eating that is healthier
than consuming locally grown, non-organic foods. Organic crops
are often fertilized with animal manure that could be
contaminated with heavy metals.
‘Remote-control’ contraceptive implant developed backed by Bill
The Telegraph - A remote-controlled contraceptive computer chip
which would be implanted under the skin has been developed with
the backing of Bill Gates. The chip, which would last for 16
years, would release levonorgestral daily, a hormone which is
used to prevent pregnancy.
Identifying and Treating Spider Bites
The Daily Sheeple - Even though the odds of being bitten by one
of the eight-legged critters is fairly low, it doesn’t hurt to
learn to recognize bites and learn how to treat them.
Clean Your Whole House With Only 6 Inexpensive Items and NO
Natural Society - According to the David Suzuki Foundation: “. .
.researchers in the U.S. identified 133 unique volatile organic
compounds (VOCs) emitted from a small sample of consumer
products, including six cleaning products. Each product tested
emitted between one and eight chemicals classified as toxic or
hazardous under U.S. federal laws.”
- July 9, 2014 - Today in History:
1776 - The American Declaration of Independence was
read aloud to Gen. George Washington's troops in New
1789 - In Versailles, the French National Assembly
declared itself the Constituent Assembly and began
to prepare a French constitution.
1790 - The Swedish navy captured one third of the
Russian fleet at the naval battle of Svensksund in
the Baltic Sea.
1816 - Argentina declared independence from Spain.
1868 - The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
was ratified. The amendment was designed to grant
citizenship to and protect the civil liberties of
recently freed slaves. It did this by prohibiting
states from denying or abridging the privileges or
immunities of citizens of the United States,
depriving any person of his life, liberty, or
property without due process of law, or denying to
any person within their jurisdiction the equal
protection of the laws.
1877 - Alexander Graham Bell, Gardiner Greene
Hubbard, Thomas Sanders and Thomas Watson formed the
Bell Telephone Company.
1878 - The corncob pipe was patented by Henry Tibbe.
1943 - American and British forces made an
amphibious landing on Sicily.
1947 - The engagement of Britain's Princess
Elizabeth to Lt. Philip Mountbatten was announced.
1951 - U.S. President Truman asked Congress to
formally end the state of war between the United
States and Germany.
1971 - The United States turned over complete
responsibility of the Demilitarized Zone to South
1997 - Mike Tyson was banned from the boxing ring
and fined $3 million for biting the ear of opponent
2004 - A Senate Intelligence Committee report
concluded the CIA had provided unfounded assessments
of the threat posed by Iraq that the Bush
administration relied on to justify going to war.
2011 - South Sudan became the world's newest nation,
officially breaking away from Sudan after two civil
wars over five decades that had cost millions of
Iraq loses control of chemical weapons depot to ISIS militants
RT - The Iraqi government has informed the United Nations that it has
lost control of a former chemical weapons depot to Islamist insurgents
affiliated with ISIS, or IS, and cannot carry out its obligations to
destroy what’s stored in the compound.
Globalist Think Tank Calls for Pentagon Emphasis on War with China and
Kurt Nimmo - A think tank connected to Zbigniew Brzezinski and Henry
Kissinger, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), is
calling for retooling the U.S. military in preparation of a “great power
conflict” with “a newly aggressive Russia and rapidly modernizing
China,” according to Homeland Security News Wire.
Palestinians respond to Israel’s attack on Gaza
Press TV - Resistance groups in the besieged Gaza Strip have responded
to Israel’s aggression by targeting towns and cities deep inside the
occupied Palestinian territories.
Gaza rocket hits Jerusalem as Palestinian death toll reaches 25
RT - IDF has confirmed that a rocket launched from Gaza hit Jerusalem,
as air raid sirens continue to sound through southern and central
Israel. Authorities say there have been no casualties reported following
the latest long-range Palestinian rocket salvo.
YouTube: GRAPHIC: Bloody aftermath of Israeli airstrikes, Khan Younis,
RT - IDF launched an offensive against the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip,
striking nearly 100 sites in Gaza and mobilising troops for a possible
ground invasion aimed at stopping a heavy barrage of rocket attacks
Israeli lawmaker’s call for genocide of Palestinians gets thousands of
electronicintifada.net - A day before Palestinian teenager Muhammad Abu
Khudair was kidnapped and burned alive allegedly by six Israeli Jewish
youths, Israeli lawmaker Ayelet Shaked published on Facebook a call for
genocide of the Palestinians.
Iran urges firm action on brutal Israel attacks
Press TV - Western countries and supporters of the Zionists (Israelis)
must adopt a firm stance to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in
Palestine and the continuation of the attacks by the occupying regime of
al-Quds on the Palestinian people,” Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman
Marzieh Afkham said at her weekly press conference in Tehran on
US ‘kidnaps’ Russian MP’s son to ‘exchange him for Snowden’
RT - A Russian MP claims the US kidnapped his son from the Maldives on
bogus cyber-fraud charges and may be preparing to offer him as bait in a
swap deal for Edward Snowden.
Ukraine gas debt exceeds $5bn, no June payments made - Gazprom
RT - Ukraine’s gas bill has risen another $838 million, after Kiev
failed to make a payment for 1.7 billion cubic meters of Russian gas
supplied in the first half of June.
Deadly Typhoon Neoguri hits Japan
Al Jazeera - At least one person has died, more than 500,000 people were
urged to evacuate and hundreds of flights were canceled in Japan as a
strong typhoon brought torrential rain and high winds to its
Brazil Announces Dengue Fever Emergency in GM Mosquito Trials Region
Sustainable Pulse - Civil society groups today expressed alarm at an
increase in dengue incidence, leading to an emergency decree, in a town
in Brazil where releases of genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes are
U.S. News, Politics & Government
FBI investigating vials of smallpox uncovered in unsecured lab
near Washington, DC
RT - The FBI is investigating several vials of smallpox that
were found in an unused laboratory storage room on the National
Institutes of Health campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention has taken the vials for
Source: Obama Gives Murrieta Area ICE Agents Stand Down Order
Paul Joseph Watson - An Immigration and Customs Enforcement
employee claims that the Obama administration has handed a
number of ICE agents in the Murrieta/LA area paid temporary
leave, a move that will exacerbate the mass influx of illegal
immigrants into the region.
VIDEO: White House requests $3.7 billion to handle influx of
CBS News - The Obama administration on Tuesday announced it is
asking Congress for $3.7 billion to handle the influx of
undocumented children crossing into the United States from
Sarah Palin: 'It's Time to Impeach' President Obama
Breitbart - Without borders, there is no nation. Obama knows
this. Opening our borders to a flood of illegal immigrants is
Obama Skips Border Chaos, Will Fundraise in Austin with Director
of Pro-Illegal Immigration Film
Breitbart - President Barack Obama is refusing to visit the
turbulent U.S.-Mexican border, where a flood of illegal
immigrants continues to overwhelm the region.
Illegal Immigrant Children Have Lice So Bad ‘They Can Be Seen
Crawling Down’ Their Faces
Gateway Pundit - Todd Starnes told Sean Hannity on FOX News
tonight that the illegal immigrant children held at Lackland Air
Force base in Oklahoma are bringing diseases into America. The
children have tuberculosis, scabies and lice so bad you can see
them running down their faces... Nurses say the number of
children representing symptoms of tuberculosis is ‘simply
Appeals court rules immigrant ‘dreamers’ can get driver’s
Washington Times - Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer blasted the court’s
ruling, saying it could end up meaning her state would have to
grant driver’s licenses to some of those in the latest wave of
illegal immigrants if Mr. Obama finds ways to avoid deporting
Health Ranger's vehicle violently rammed by illegal immigrant
asleep at the wheel in Texas
Mike Adams - Most Americans are aware that the Texas border is
being overrun with illegal immigrants, but they don't have
firsthand experience in what it really means for law-abiding
Nearly 500 cops call in sick to protest healthcare cuts in
RINF - Over the weekend, Police Director Toney Armstrong
acknowledged that the growing number of officers calling out of
work was the result of an effort waged after the City Council
voted recently to reduce health care subsidies for city
City Seizes Widow’s Home And Car Because Her SON Sold Marijuana
Off the Grid News - Elizabeth Young is now homeless and without
a car because her son dealt small amounts of marijuana. The
Philadelphia district attorney’s office seized the 69-year-old
widow’s house and minivan through civil forfeiture even though
she was never charged with a crime.
Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere
Economic Collapse - Is there any doubt that we are living in a
bubble economy? At this moment in the United States we are
simultaneously experiencing a stock market bubble, a government
debt bubble, a corporate bond bubble, a bubble in San Francisco
real estate, a farmland bubble, a derivatives bubble and a
student loan debt bubble. And of course similar things could be
said about most of the rest of the planet as well.
HHS Report: Percentage of Americans on Welfare Hits Recorded
CNS News - According to the 2014 version of a report that the
Department of Health and Human Services is required by law to
issue annually, the percentage of Americans on welfare in 2011
was the highest yet calculated. The data for 2011 is the most
recent in the report.
The Austerity Diaries: Creating a Budget…and Sticking to It
Activist Post - Lots of experts will give you excellent advice
on how to create a budget. Creating a budget is actually pretty
easy. You figure out what your expenses are, take this from your
income, and then figure out what to do with the money you have
left over. Sticking to the budget…that’s the tough part.
U.S. Doctors Prescribe Opiate Painkillers at Twice the Rate of
any other Country…and 500,000 Veterans are Dependent
AllGov - Doctors in the United States lead the world in
prescribing opioid analgesics, or opiate pain relievers (OPR).
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC), U.S. physicians write 82.5 prescriptions for
OPRs for every 100 persons in the country.
Fracking Fears Grow as Oklahoma Hit by More Earthquakes Than
Bloomberg - Holland, Oklahoma’s seismology chief, is determined
to find the cause of an unprecedented earthquake epidemic in the
state. And he suspects pumping wastewater from oil and gas
drilling back into the Earth has a lot to do with it.
Private household wells heavily contaminated with arsenic in
Texas, Michigan, California, Idaho, Arizona and more
(NaturalNews) Private wells nationwide may be contaminated with
dangerously high levels of arsenic, according to an analysis
conducted by the Center for Public Integrity. The center used 40
years of data from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS),
supplemented with extra data collected by the states of Texas
and Minnesota, to create a map showing wells that tested above
the limit set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
* The map can be viewed here:
Monsanto begins compensating victims of dioxin exposure
RINF - Residents of a West Virginia town that formerly hosted a
Monsanto factory that produced noxious, cancer-causing chemicals
can begin receiving assistance promised through a 2012,
Wall Street Joins U.S. Intelligence Cronies To Form Fascist
"Cyber War Council"
Zero Hedge - Want to hear the worst idea in the history of
horrible ideas? How about we take the industry responsible for
destroying the U.S. economy and wrecking the lives of tens of
millions of people, and then allow it to create a
“government-industry cyber war council.”
Revealed: Pentagon spent millions studying how to influence
RT - The Pentagon’s research lab has funded dozens of studies
concerning the use of social media, the Guardian reported on
Tuesday, raising further questions about what kind of data is of
interest to governments around the globe.
Scientists are turning against Europe's brain-mapping initiative
The Verge - Last year, the European commission launched a
10-year, $1.6 billion project to create a supercomputer
simulation of the human brain, dubbed the Human Brain Project.
Now, nearly 200 prominent scientists are threatening to boycott
the project, saying it has gone badly off track and may be doing
real damage to the study of neuroscience.
‘Smart’ Lightbulbs Reveal Wi-Fi Passwords
Storyleak - Researchers have found a way to reveal Wi-Fi
passwords by hacking mobile phone controlled LED “smart” lights.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Vermont Farmers Markets to Allow Raw Milk Delivery
Activist Post - Due to consumer demand and struggling local
economies, some states are easing up on food sales with the
introduction of "cottage food laws." Although they are not
without regulation, sometimes even more red tape, they are
beginning to allow more food access to slowly trickle back in -
especially helpful for "fresh food deserts."
Junk Food Gets Encoded in DNA of Future Children, Scientists
RT - The next time you wolf down that Big Mac with large fries
consider you may be affecting more than your own waistline.
Scientists now say an unhealthy diet can be encoded into DNA,
which is passed down to future generations.
FDA Allows Final Phase Review of Dr. Burzynski’s Lifesaving
Brain Cancer Treatment to Proceed
Alliance for Natural Health - This also means that additional
patients will receive the treatment while it is being studied.
It will be a Phase III study, in which the treatment is given to
large groups of people to confirm its effectiveness.
4 amazing uses for aloe vera
(NaturalNews) Renowned for its medicinal properties, aloe vera
has been utilized for thousands of years to treat numerous
medical conditions ranging from skin irritations and herpes to
constipation and diabetes. Indeed, this succulent and
mucilaginous plant was one of the most frequently prescribed
medicines throughout the 18th and 19th centuries.
Could Pumpkin Seeds Reverse Balding?
Natural Society - Researchers analyzing 76 balding men found
that 44 percent of the group taking pumpkin seed oil had
slightly or moderately improved hair growth.
Dark chocolate found to enhance blood flow to legs
(NaturalNews) In addition to its other proven health benefits,
dark chocolate may also improve the health of peripheral
arteries, enhance blood flow to the legs and improve walking
ability, according to a study conducted by researchers from
Sapienza University of Rome and published in the Journal of the
American Heart Association.
Top herbs that lead to quick weight loss
(NaturalNews) Individuals who carry an excess amount of weight
on their frames can face a number of health problems. Being
overweight has been linked to an increase in blood pressure,
heart disease and diabetes.
Natural compounds to improve thyroid function
(NaturalNews) One of the fastest rising health conditions in the
US is hypothyroidism. The most common symptoms experienced are
lethargy, depression and weight gain. Some of the newest reports
are estimating that 15 to 30 percent of the population may have
- July 8, 2014 - Today in History:
1709 - Peter the Great defeated Charles XII at
Poltava, in the Ukraine, The Swedish empire was
1755 - Britain broke off diplomatic relations with
France as their disputes in the New World
1776 - Col. John Nixon gave the first public reading
of the U.S. Declaration of Independence to a crowd
at Independence Square in Philadelphia.
1865 - C.E. Barnes patented the machine gun.
1879 - The first ship to use electric lights
departed from San Francisco, CA.
1881 - Edward Berner, druggist in Two Rivers, WI,
poured chocolate syrup on ice cream in a dish. To
this time chocolate syrup had only been used for
making ice-cream sodas.
1889 - The Wall Street Journal was first published.
1919 - U.S. President Wilson returned from the
Versailles Peace Conference in France.
1947 - Demolition work began in New York City for
the new permanent headquarters of the United
1950 - General Douglas MacArthur was named
commander-in-chief of United Nations forces in
1960 - The Soviet Union charged Gary Powers with
espionage. He was shot down in a U-2 spy plane.
1963 - All Cuban-owned assets in the United States
1981 - The Solar Challenger became the frist
solar-powered airplane to cross the English Channel.
1986 - Kurt Waldheim was inaugurated as president of
Austria despite controversy over his alleged ties to
Nazi war crimes.
1997 - The Mayo Clinic and the U.S. government
warned that the diet-drug combination known as "fen-phen"
could cause serious heart and lung damage.
2004 - Enron founder and former chairman Kenneth Lay
pleaded innocent to charges related to the energy
company's collapse. (He was convicted, but died
while the case was on appeal.)
2010 - The Solar Impulse completed the first 24-hour
flight by a solar powered plane.
2011 - Former first lady Betty Ford died in Rancho
Mirage, Calif., at age 93.
Russia approves creation of BRICS foreign exchange fund
RIR - The Russian Government signed a draft agreement on the creation of
a $100 billion pool of currency reserves that the BRICS countries are
forming to guard against financial shocks. According to the document,
the countries’ dollar reserves will remain on the balance sheets of
their central banks. However, these reserves can be made available at
the request of one of the parties.
Israel preparing for ground invasion of Gaza Strip
Press TV - The army mobilized troops for the potential ground invasion
as part of what it dubbed “Operation Protective Edge,” saying the
offensive seeks to strike Hamas, the Palestinian resistance movement.
Egypt Raises Fuel Prices 78% Overnight
Zero Hedge - Egypt's surging budget deficit has hit its limit and the
Oil Ministry has decided to cut its $20bn plus fuel subsidies. The
result - mainstream fuel prices by up to 78% from midnight on Friday. As
Reuters reports, previous governments have failed to curb energy product
subsidies, fearing backlash from a public used to cheap fuel.
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri
Lankans at sea
The Independent - Australia has for several years been toughening its
stance towards asylum seekers and migrants, implementing a policy of
turning their boats around.
Super typhoon speeding north to Japan
Reuters - Forecasters are calling Typhoon Neoguri a 'once in decades
storm' that is 'extremely intense'. A super typhoon described as a "once
in decades storm" was heading north for Japan on Monday, set to rake the
southern Okinawa island chain with heavy rain and powerful winds before
making landfall on Kyushu, Japan's westernmost main island.
France lashes out against US dollar, calls for ‘rebalancing’ of world
RT - The French government wants to break the monopoly the dollar has on
international transactions after the country’s largest bank, BNP
Paribas, was slapped with a record $9 billion fine and a 1-year dollar
Sunni tribes rise against ISIL in northern Iraq
Press TV - Sunni tribes in the northern Iraqi province of Salahuddin
have risen against the Takfiri ISIL militants, killing 30 terrorists.
US company signs billion-dollar energy deal with Iran
RT - US company World Eco Energy has signed a preliminary agreement to
invest $1.175 billion to generate electricity in Iran. The plan is to
turn solid waste into power.
Merkel’s mad: German leader indignant over ‘serious’ US spying
RT - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said allegations of a German
working as a double agent for the US intelligence are “serious” and if
proven correct contradict the spirit of bilateral cooperation.
7/7 attacks: What is MI5 hiding?
Press TV - On the morning of July 7, 2005, Londoners started their day
with panicking news. On that day, several explosions occurred on the
public transport system in the city of London... Within hours, the
British Government, the Metropolitan Police, Intelligence agencies and
many others started to propagate stories that do not simply add up to
7.1-magnitude earthquake rocks southern Mexico, Guatemala
RT - At least 2 people have been killed after a powerful 7.1-magnitude
quake struck the southern Mexican state of Chiapas and neighboring
Guatemala. The US Geological Survey says the perceived shaking of the
quake is “very strong.”
U.S. News, Politics & Government
UN pushes for migrants to be called refugees
(AP) - United Nations officials are pushing for many of the
Central Americans fleeing to the U.S. to be treated as refugees
displaced by armed conflict, a designation meant to increase
pressure on the United States to accept tens of thousands of
people currently ineligible for asylum.
Third immigrant plane lands in San Diego
ABC News - Protesters waited for the immigrants in Murrieta,
about 80 miles north of San Ysidro. It was not immediately clear
where the immigrants would be taken.... Veteran John Anderson
served in the Navy. He held a sign that read, "I did not serve
this country so Washington, D.C. can ruin it." Anderson told
10News, "It's a sad situation but America can't be every
country's Band-Aid. We can't."
More Illegal Immigrants from China Crossing Border
National Review - The influx of Central American illegal
immigrants appears to have attracted the attention of Chinese
nationals seeking to gain access to the United States.... While
the Obama administration has sought to attribute the spike in
Central Americans coming to the U.S. to poverty and regional
violence, no such explanation exists for the arrival of Chinese
SWAT teams patrol Chicago’s streets after about 60 people shot
during July 4 weekend
(Reuters) - The July Fourth holiday weekend brought an explosion
of gunfire to Chicago, where at least 60 people were shot and
roughly a dozen killed, authorities said on Monday. The violence
was so widespread during the three-day weekend that police were
still tallying the dead and wounded, Chicago Police Department
spokesman Hector Alfaro said.
Mexican Flag-Wearing La Raza Militants Arrive in Murrieta
Paul Joseph Watson - An image posted by an activist who is
protesting against the arrival of illegal immigrants in the
flash point town of Murrieta shows the arrival of La Raza
militants adorned with the Mexican flag. According to Eric Odom,
the La Raza members told him they were there to “protect the
Armed militias planning to take over US border to thwart illegal
RT - As militias vow to protect the Texas border from illegal
immigrants, Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) said he believes the
president has an ulterior motive for not moving quickly to
prevent the overwhelming numbers of immigrants crossing the
Protesters Arrested at Murrieta Border Standoff Were Pro-Illegal
Paul Joseph Watson - Riot police have been dispatched to a U.S.
Border Patrol station in Southern California in response to
actions by anti-illegal immigration protesters, but video
footage reveals that it was pro-illegal immigration activists
who were responsible for causing a mini-riot in Murrieta on July
Law enforcement agencies fight over who’s to blame for Bundy
RT - The local sheriff and federal officials alike both agree
that Cliven Bundy, the Nevada cattle rancher who made headlines
earlier this year for a standoff near his Clark County home,
should face charges over the incident.
YouTube: On Hobby Lobby: Everyone Should Be Exempt from
Ron Paul - This week, supporters of religious freedom cheered
the Supreme Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case. The Court
was correct to protect business owners from being forced to
violate their religious beliefs by paying for contraceptives.
However, the decision was very limited in scope and application.
Why are police shooting so many family dogs?
WND - No government agency keeps a national database on the
number of pets killed by police. But animal-abuse activists have
kept statistics, and they say a pet is killed by law enforcement
every 98 minutes in America. They say it is largely a result of
officers having little-to-no training on how to deal with dogs.
Attempt to Tie Bitcoin to ISIS is Proof the Establishment is
Scared to Death
Michael Krieger - Every attempt to demonize Bitcoin has
demonstrated an increased level of desperation and
ridiculousness. However, the most recent example is the most
absurd yet. According to Sky News, an “ISIS-linked blog” has
posted about how Bitcoin can be used to “fund global jihad.”
Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take
Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens?
Economic Collapse - For years, the Obama administration has been
making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal
Virtual Economy’s Phantom Job Gains Are Based on Statistical
Paul Craig Roberts - Washington can’t stop lying. Don’t be
convinced by last Thursday’s job report that it is your fault if
you don’t have a job. Those 288,000 jobs and 6.1% unemployment
rate are more fiction than reality.
The Almighty Dollar Is In Peril As The Global ‘De-Dollarization’
Economic Collapse - As the Obama administration continues to
alienate almost everyone else around the entire planet, an
increasing number of prominent international voices are starting
to question why the U.S. dollar should be so overwhelmingly
dominant in global trade.
14 Million More on Food Stamps Under Obama
Breitbart - With just 121 days until Democratic candidates face
angry voters at the polls, President Barack Obama is touting a
recent jobs report as evidence that his jobs agenda is finally
Tesla Car Chase Ends In Flaming Car Wreck Explosion So Violent
It Is Confused For Fireworks
Zero Hedge - With GM recalling virtually every car it has made
since emerging from bankruptcy, another maker of flaming
paperweights has quietly managed to slip through the cracks of
public attention. So it was perhaps well-timed, if only for GM,
that over the weekend we not only learned, but saw footage, of
what happens when a Tesla is involved in a Police chase that
results in a lamp post crash. Nothing short of complete
VA won’t add to Gulf War ‘presumptive’ conditions for now
Stripes.com - The Department of Veterans Affairs has rejected a
request from members of Congress and veterans advocates to make
brain cancer, lung cancer and migraines presumptive conditions
for Gulf War veterans. Officials said they cannot prove the high
rate of these illnesses among Gulf War vets are related to
Video: Veteran Arrested at Gunpoint for Legal Open Carry
Mikael Thalen - Police entrap, arrest Air Force veteran for
alleged trespassing. A recently published cell phone video out
of Wash. state shows an Air Force veteran being arrested at
gunpoint for legally open carrying an AR-15 rifle.
Telsa Motors Hiring, Honoring Veterans
Breitbart - Tesla Motors wants to be the leading employer of
veterans in America. According to the San Jose Mercury News,
Tesla's vice president of human resources, Arnnon Geshuri, said:
"We want to be known throughout the community as a great place
to work. Veterans are a great source of talent for Tesla and
we're going after it."
Physicists Seek Help to Build Nikola Tesla's 'Planetary Energy
Activist Post - Leonid Plekhanov and Sergey Plekhanov, both
graduates of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology,
believe that by combining Tesla's plans with modern materials
and other recent discoveries, they will succeed in delivering
free, clean energy to the entire planet.
Just 4 fracking wastewater sites cause 20 percent of all central
US earthquakes says study
RT - Just four wastewater wells in Oklahoma – where energy
companies dump water after completing the hydraulic fracturing
process – have caused scores of earthquakes this year, some 30
km from the site, according to a new study by top US
Google smartphones become brains of hovering robots at ISS
RT - NASA will employ Google smartphones with advanced 3D
sensing and vision technology to control Star Wars-inspired
small, round hovering robots on the International Space Station.
BAE Systems Plan Directed Energy Weapons and Drones That Divide
to Conquer (VIDEO)
Activist Post - BAE Systems announced some of their plans for
the future including 3D printed drones, directed energy weapons,
and.a modular drone called the Transformer because it can fly as
a single unit or divide into three separate crafts,
What Your “Startlingly Intimate, Voyeristic” NSA File Looks Like
Zero Hedge - According to WaPo, the files on intercepted
Americans “have a startlingly intimate, even voyeuristic
quality. They tell stories of love and heartbreak, illicit
sexual liaisons, mental-health crises, political and religious
conversions, financial anxieties and disappointed hopes. The
daily lives of more than 10,000 account holders who were not
targeted are catalogued and recorded nevertheless.”
* Related Video:
Report: NSA compiling baby photos, medical records and resumes
Internet Censorship Explodes - Google Receives 250,000 "Removal"
Zero Hedge - So it appears Orwell’s feared “memory hole” has
begun to emerge in Europe. The way censorship is gaining a
foothold in the region is through something known as a “right to
be forgotten” ruling issued by the European Court of Justice.
This ruling states that Google must essentially delete
“inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” data from its
results when a member of the public requests it.
Robots Get Internet Cloud Brain: "Wikipedia For Robots"
Activist Post - New Internet communication system for robots to
share information and learn from each other, while merging with
the Internet of Things.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Field-proven tips for successfully raising a summer vegetable
(NaturalNews) Now that you've wisely decided to create your own
nutritious, money-saving, organic, summer veggie garden, here
are some basic gardening tips for your success.
Women Given Radiation for Breast Cancer 8x more
Likely to Develop Lung Cancer Within 5 Years Of
Natural Society - Big Pharma has been telling women
that “it is better to get the whole breast radiated”
when checking for breast cancer, but a new study
coming from Dr. Trine Grantzau at the 33rd
conference of the European Society for Radiotherapy
and Oncology (ESTRO33) in Vienna presented
information to the contrary.
The Almost Forgotten Simple Herbal Remedy Effective
for Cancer and More
Natural Society - Essiac Tea has been an almost
forgotten cancer 'remedy' lately, so here is an
article reminding everyone of this astonishing
herbal healing formula.
7 Proven Ways to Keep Your Brain Young
Green Med Info - 5.3 million Americans have
Alzheimer’s. Another 10,000,000 suffer with severe
dementia and Parkinson’s. Even more struggle with
age-related mild cognitive impairment. Here are 7
natural ways to defend your brain.
Cilantro and Chlorella can Remove 80% of Heavy
Metals from the Body within 42 Days
Natural Society - There are many heavy metals that
people are exposed to regularly without realizing
it. Mercury, cadmium, and aluminum, among others,
are able to imbed themselves into our central
nervous systems and bones, bio-accumulating for
years until we start to suffer acute health problems
from heavy metal poisoning.
Why You Need To Ignore The Cancer and Sunscreen
Industry and Make Your Own Protection
preventdisease.com - Sunscreen is full of some of
the most toxic chemicals known. Yet both the cancer
and sunscreen industries insist on their use to
ironically prevent cancer from "bad" sunlight....
Blocking the sun's rays from reaching our skin
dramatically influences our optimal vitamin D
levels, leading to higher mortality, critical
illness and mental health disorders. Ironically,
sunscreen itself causes cancer.
6 Foods for Naturally Managing Cholesterol
Natural Society - In an interview at NaturalNews,
Dr. B explains that cholesterol is far from all bad,
actually working to repair and protect the body.
Still, 71 million Americans “suffer” from high
cholesterol and many manage it with
potentially-dangerous medications like statins, this
when the proper balance of cholesterol can be
managed with dietary changes.
5 Ways Watermelons can Boost Your Health
Natural Society - Although most of us prefer the
convenience of digging into a seedless watermelon,
you might want ot reconsider. Watermelon seeds offer
a high level of protein, and it’s not certain how
creating a hybrid watermelon, even though not
genetically engineered, affects the original
watermelon’s dense nutrition.
FOODSNIFFER Phone App Puts Food Testing in Consumer
Natural Society - A new phone app is in the works
that could take the guesswork out of all of your
food concerns, giving you a tool to determine what’s
in your food, and giving researchers access to
real-time food concerns.
Aladin’s organic lemon sorbet recipe
STEPin2 - Eating organic foods is key to optimal
health. Sometimes, you have to treat yourself and
your family to a delicious treat. Desserts that are
made with natural organic foods like fruits are
tasty and good for you too.
- July 7, 2014 - Today in History:
1754 - Kings College opened in New York City. It was
renamed Columbia College 30 years later.
1846 - U.S. annexation of California was proclaimed
at Monterey after the surrender of a Mexican
1862 - The first railroad post office was tested on
the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad in Missouri.
1920 - A device known as the radio compass was used
for the first time on a U.S. Navy airplane near
1930 - Construction began on Boulder Dam, later
Hoover Dam, on the Colorado River.
1937 - Japanese forces invaded China.
1946 - Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini was canonized
as the first American saint.
1950 - The U.N. Security Council authorized military
aid for South Korea.
1981 - U.S. President Reagan announced he was
nominating Arizona Judge Sandra Day O'Connor to
become the first female justice on the U.S. Supreme
1987 - Public testimony at the Iran-Contra hearing
1998 - A jury in Santa Monica, CA, convicted Mikail
Markhasev of murdering Ennis Cosby, Bill Cosby's
only son, during a roadside robbery.
1999 - In Sierra Leone, President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah
and rebel leader Foday Sankoh signed a pact to end
the nation's civil war.
2003 - In Liberia, a team of U.S. military experts
arrived at the U.S. embassy compound to assess
whether to deploy troops as part of a peacekeeping
force in the country.
VIDEO: Iran, Russia to join forces against terror in Iraq: Tehran
Press TV - Iran and Russia have agreed to jointly help Iraq combat
terrorism, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian says.
VIDEO: Seven Hamas members killed in Israeli airstrikes
Press TV - The Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas says seven
members of the movement have been killed in Israeli airstrikes on the
besieged Gaza Strip, saying that Tel Aviv will “pay the price.”
CCTV footage showing faces of slain Palestinian teen’s suspected killers
RT - Israeli police say they have arrested six Jewish people in
connection with the murder of a Palestinian teenager in East Jerusalem.
It follows the release of new CCTV footage revealing the faces of the
suspects who are thought to have abducted him.
US ‘profoundly troubled’ by brutal beating of Palestine teen who turned
out to be American
The Daily Sheeple - When asked by the court under what basis Tarek was
being held, prosecutors said they were still “collecting evidence.”
Fukushima has 9 days to prevent ‘unsafe’ overheating
RT - Fukushima operator TEPCO has been forced to switch off the cooling
system at mothballed Reactor Unit 5, after it was discovered that it had
been leaking water. In nine days, if the system is not repaired,
temperatures will exceed dangerous levels.
Japanese cows develop skin spots, mysterious disease; farmers fear
radiation affecting humans
(NaturalNews) Livestock with strange white spots covering their skin
were put on display at a recent protest in front of Tokyo's agriculture
ministry, according to the Associated Press (AP). Two Japanese farmers,
disturbed by the unusual markings, are calling on government officials
to conduct a real investigation into what they believe is radiation
poisoning from the shuttered Fukushima nuclear plant
Russia launches large-scale naval drill in Black Sea same day as NATO
RT - Some 20 warships, over 20 airplanes and helicopters, as well as the
marines and coast artillery are taking part in the Black Sea Fleet
exercise, Russian Defense Ministry reported. The war games launched the
same day as NATO's military drill in the area.
NATO arming Ukraine with Soviet weapons – Deputy PM Rogozin
RT - NATO’s newest Eastern European members are handing over their
Soviet arms stockpiles to the Ukrainian army, Russia’s Deputy PM Dmitry
Rogozin says, adding that the alliance is in danger of pouring gasoline
on the flames of that country’s civil war.
Jihadists control all main Syria oilfields: NGO
(AFP) - The jihadist Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS)) now fully
controls all of Syria's main oil and gas fields in Deir Ezzor province
bordering Iraq, a monitoring group said on Friday.
Ukraine army assaults Lugansk: Airstrikes on suburbs, shelling of
RT - Kiev's artillery attacked the city of Lugansk in eastern Ukraine on
Sunday, witnesses and militia of the self-proclaimed People's Republic
of Lugansk (LNR) said. Ukrainian forces also attacked the city’s suburbs
from the air.
NATO to set up Strategic Communications Center in Latvian capital
Voice of Russia - Officials of Latvia, Estonia, Italy, Lithuania,
Poland, Britain, and Germany have signed a memorandum on setting up
NATO’s center for strategic communications in Riga, the capital of
Latvia, TASS reports.
Syria conflict: Britain ‘planned to train 100,000-strong rebel army to
take on Assad’
London Independent - A secret plan to train a 100,000-strong rebel army
to wage war on Syria’s President Bashar Assad was drawn up by a leading
British general, according to a report.
'We’ll take back Spain': Fighters claim ISIS to seize 'occupied lands'
RT - A group of jihadists claiming to be part of ISIS have vowed to
invade Spain along with all other “occupied lands” in a video posted on
Germany Arrested A Suspected ‘US Spy’ Who Admitted Ties To An
Investigation On Snowden
Reuters - A 31-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of being a
At least 40 UK politicians complicit in alleged Westminster 'pedophile
ring' – report
RT- A whistleblower who kicked off UK police pedophile probe Operation
Fernbridge believes as many as 40 British MPs and peers were involved in
or turned a blind eye to child abuse.
Child abuse files lost at Home Office...
Largest Austrian Bank Crashes After “Revealing” 40% Surge In Bad Debt
Provisions, Record Loss
Zero Hedge - Analysts, whose job it is to predict these things, were
shocked:”This is a clearly bad surprise as it comes in addition to the
already ‘badly surprising’ warning issued by the group at the beginning
of this year,” Natixis Securities SAS analyst Steven Gould said in a
note to clients. “These announcements hurt the management’s credibility
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Border Patrol Agent Apparently Defies Gag Order to Go Unfiltered
on CNN – Hear His Big Claim About Obama Admin.
The Daily Sheeple - In an interview with CNN, Garza said the
current influx of illegal immigrants is “organized” and
“orchestrated” by the drug cartels. Additionally, he said the
federal government is giving illegal immigrants a “free pass.”
He said the feds are using the equivalent of the honor system in
asking illegal immigrants to later report to an immigration
hearing — even though the majority of them will never do so.
SOURCE: Feds to Bring in Riot Squad Against Illegal Immigration
Breitbart - Breitbart Texas has learned that federal agents plan
to arrive in Murrieta on Monday with riot gear to ensure that
another busload makes it to the housing facility.
Pro-Amnesty Crowd Burns American Flag at Murrieta on 4th of July
Breitbart - Opponents of illegal immigration had gathered in
Murrieta to stop Friday's planned transfer of Central American
illegal aliens, as they did earlier this week. A pro-amnesty
counter-demonstration was organized in response.
VIDEO: Sandy Hook Student Confesses ‘WE WERE HAVING A DRILL’
The Daily Sheeple - When an interviewer passes over a child
admitting that there was a drill on the day of the Sandy Hook
shooting you have to ask yourself why. He completely ignores
what the child has said and carries on with his next question…
Texas Rangers Dispatched to Secure Border Amid
Stolen Mexican Nuke Threat
Mac Slavo - According to civil defense officials a vehicle
carrying a lethal dose of radioactive Iridium-192 was hijacked
by unknown thieves. Related article:
Stolen radioactive material recovered in Mexico
Feds Threaten Journalist With Prison Over Report On Illegal
Kit Daniels - The Department of Defense has threatened me with
imprisonment in response to our report on the illegal alien
shelter at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
Border Meltdown: Obama Delivering 290,000 Illegals To U.S. Homes
Daily Caller - The vast majority of 50,000 unaccompanied youths
and children who have illegally crossed the Texas border during
the last few months have been successfully delivered by federal
agencies to their relatives living in the United States,
according to a New York Times article.
Dallas Commissioner Plans to House Illegals in Schools
CBS News - Opposition and criticism are building against Dallas
County Commissioner Clay Jenkins’ plan to bring to Dallas 2,000
unaccompanied minors from Central America who crossed the Texas
border.... Those places include Hulcy Middle School in Dallas’
Red Bird area, the Lamar School in Grand Prairie, and a building
at the Parkland Hospital complex in Dallas.
Interactive map: Government effort to relocate illegals
numbersusa.com - Click on the symbols on the map for name of
each location and what is happening there.
Sheila Jackson Lee Brings Lollipops to Illegals, Says Border
Crisis Not National Security Threat
Breitbart - Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) believes the border
crisis is not a national security threat, despite gangsters
having already been apprehended along the United States-Mexico
Texas rep says military bases ‘turning into refugee camps,’
Fox News - Texas officials appealed to the Obama administration
on Thursday to secure the U.S.-Mexico border once and for all as
waves of illegal immigrant children overwhelm the system, with
one lawmaker saying U.S. military bases effectively have been
transformed into camps to handle the influx.
Ron Paul: Nation's Hospitals 'Under Siege' in Immigration Crisis
Newsmax - The ongoing crush of children illegally entering the
United States has sparked a major health crisis at hospitals
along the nation's border, Ron Paul, a former Texas congressman
and Republican presidential candidate, tells Newsmax TV.
Border Patrol Rep: Quarantine Area ‘nothing more than piece of
yellow caution tape’
Adan Salazar - A U.S. Border Patrol union representative says
understaffing and poorly equipped, unsanitary facilities are
making the general public more susceptible to the myriad
diseases accompanying the wave of illegal aliens currently
bypassing the US-Mexico border.
South Carolina cops seize heaps of cash during annual
Police State USA - A surprise annual enforcement blitz in
Spartanburg County is largely about stealing cash from harmless
motorists, an analysis shows. “Operation Rolling Thunder” is
staged on one weekend per year, and draws in swarms of cops from
around the state to participate. The date is held a secret.
Gene Simmons Defends Bankster Elite
Kurt Nimmo - The 1 percent pays 80 percent of all taxes,” the
rocker told UT San Diego. “Fifty percent of the population of
the U.S. pays no taxes. The 1 percent provides all the jobs for
everybody else. If the 1 percent didn’t exist, there would be
chaos and the American economy would drop dead.” Simmons skews
the stats in order to defend his imagined status as a preferred
member of the one percent.
U.S. Bank Must Cough up $200 Million
Blacklisted News - Bank admitted it repeatedly certified
mortgage loans that did not meet HUD requirements, DoJ says
Air Pollution Linked to Cognitive Decline in Later Years
Dr. Mercola - The smaller the diameter of the particle, the greater its
risk of health damage becomes, as these can easily pass deep into your
lungs, causing well-known damage to your heart and lungs, as well as to
your brain function. Older people living in areas with 15 micrograms per
cubic meter or more of fine particulate matter had higher error scores
(by 1.5 times) than those living in areas with no more than 5 micrograms
per cubic meter.
Scorecard: Find information about pollution problems and toxic
chemicals in your area
Find out about the pollution problems in your community and
learn who is responsible. See which geographic areas and
companies have the worst pollution records.
Intersex fish found in Pennsylvania rivers spur search for
LA Times - Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection
has begun an extensive sampling of chemical contaminants in
response to the discovery of intersex fish in three of the
state's rivers, a department spokeswoman said. Male fish
carrying eggs were found in the Susquehanna, Delaware and Ohio
river basins, a sign that the water may be tainted with
chemicals, the U.S. Geological Survey found in research released
Joe Geoghagan is a 31 year old veteran and he’s begging the VA
not to let him starve to death
RightWingNewscom - To this day, more than a year and a half
after the VA started treating Joe, no one has figured out WHAT’S
WRONG WITH HIM.
MS-13 Gang Members Allowed into U.S., but Wife of Marine
Veteran Thrown in Prison
TPNN - While the Obama regime is rolling out the red carpet for
illegal aliens as they cross our border, one woman found herself
thrown in a high security prison. You see, this woman was not of
Mexican descent. This woman was not of Central American descent.
Oleksandra Bronova is a Ukrainian National and she was singled
out by border agents as she tried to cross the border with her
In NSA-intercepted data, those not targeted far outnumber the
foreigners who are
Washington Post - Ordinary Internet users, American and
non-American alike, far outnumber legally targeted foreigners in
the communications intercepted by the National Security Agency
from U.S. digital networks, according to a four-month
investigation by The Washington Post.
Coming Soon: TSA Mind Reading Scanners to Catch Terrorists
Paul Joseph Watson - A clip from a new Discovery Channel special
envisages a day in the near future where the TSA will deploy
mind reading technology to catch terrorists and police will
subject suspects to memory scans in order to determine guilt.
Scientists Developing Artificial Milk, No Cows Involved
Blacklisted News - Imagine a world where milk is not only
artificially produced, but also free of lactose and cholesterol.
That’s the dream of three bio-engineers in the US who are
preparing to produce a proof-of-concept of their cow-free milk.
Google Has Received 250,000 Article Removal Requests as Internet
Censorship Takes Off in Europe
Blacklisted News - The reason Big Brother and his band of
technocrat authoritarians spend so much time and effort erasing
history in the classic novel 1984, is because they are a bunch
of total criminals and they know it. Their grip on power is made
so much easier if the proles are kept ignorant, confused and in
the dark. This strategy is not just fiction, it is the
philosophy of tyrants and authoritarians throughout history.
BAYER is Launching GMO Soy
Activist Post - Bayer CropScience has launched a new soy product
range.... Having joined the arms race of global GM soy
cultivation, the corporation has outed itself as an
irresponsible war profiteer. The introduction of further GMO
plants with a host of new herbicide resistances has unmasked the
whole concept as a one way street serving only as a vehicle to
sell more and more toxic agrochemicals.”
Follow these six dietary tips to help protect against cancer
(NaturalNews) Medical professionals from the Physicians
Committee for Responsible Medicine have unveiled five
easy-to-follow guidelines for cancer prevention. Their findings
were published in the Journal of the American College of
Top 5 foods to NOT eat to avoid belly fat
(NaturalNews) Studies have shown that the larger your waist
measurement, the more likely you are to have high blood
pressure, diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancer.
While eating well, taking supplements and exercising are all
excellent ways to slow the expansion of your waistline, there
are also some foods that you should completely avoid if losing
belly fat is your goal.
Cancer Patient Dies From Brain Tumor After Obamacare Fails to
Cover Her Treatment
lifenews.com - Linda Rolain passed away at her Las Vegas home on
Monday after the Nevada resident but the Obamacare enrolleee
died needlessly. Rolain’s family had joined two lawsuits against
the State of Nevada and the company that set up its troubled
online software, Xerox.
Cancer death rates are twice as high where GM crops and
agricultural chemicals are used
(NaturalNews) Agricultural regions that see a heavy use of
chemicals and in which genetically modified (GM) crops are grown
have a cancer death rate twice as high as the national average,
according to a report by the Ministry of Health of Cordoba
Province in Argentina.
Stress Promotes Memory Decline and Dementia Later in Life
Dr. Mercola - A recent study reveals that higher levels of
stress hormones can speed up short-term memory loss in older
adults. Previous research has also linked chronic stress with
working memory impairment.... Fortunately, there's compelling
research showing that your brain has great plasticity and
capacity for regeneration, which you control through your diet
and lifestyle choices. Related: Documentary Examines How Stress
Beat chronic stress with adaptogenic herbs
(NaturalNews) Chronic, low-grade stress is a modern-day epidemic
that creates sluggish metabolism, chronic inflammation and
abnormal immunity. Elevated stress hormone levels can create
digestive problems, leaky gut syndrome, increased appetite,
weight gain, thyroid disorders and accelerated brain
degeneration. Adaptogenic herbs are critical for adapting
effectively to the chronic stress of the 21st century.
Yacon syrup could help with cholesterol, blood sugar, digestive
health and more
(NaturalNews) North Americans are catching on to the benefits of
yacon syrup, a traditional South American food that may help
prevent or even treat a myriad of digestive and metabolic health
conditions. Yacon syrup is derived from the tuberous roots of
the yacon plant (Smallanthus sonchifolius), a sunflower relative
native to the Andes Mountains. It is said to taste similar to
figs or raisins.
YouTube: Latino Comedy "300" Movie Comedy
The Latino Comedy spoof of the movie "300" first
aired in 2007. Maybe not so funny anymore.
- July 4, 2014 - Happy Independence Day!!!
Wishing all of our listeners a SAFE and HAPPY 4th
- July 3, 2014 - Today In History:
1775 - U.S. Gen. George Washington took command of
the Continental Army at Cambridge, MA.
1844 - Ambassador Caleb Cushing successfully
negotiated a commercial treaty with China that
opened five Chinese ports to U.S. merchants and
protected the rights of American citizens in China.
1863 - The U.S. Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, PA,
ended after three days. It was a major victory for
the North as Confederate troops retreated.
1871 - The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad
Company introduced the first narrow-gauge
locomotive. It was called the "Montezuma."
1890 - Idaho became the 43rd state to join the
United States of America.
1898 - During the Spanish American War, a fleet of
Spanish ships in Cuba's Santiago Harbor attempted to
run a blockade of U.S. naval forces. Nearly all of
the Spanish ships were destroyed in the battle that
1922 - "Fruit Garden and Home" magazine was
introduced. It was later renamed "Better Homes and
1930 - The U.S. Congress created the U.S. Veterans
1944 - The U.S. First Army opened a general
offensive to break out of the hedgerow area of
1945 - U.S. troops landed at Balikpapan and take
Sepinggan airfield on Borneo in the Pacific.
1945 - The first civilian passenger car built since
February 1942 was driven off the assembly line at
the Ford Motor Company plant in Detroit, MI.
Production had been diverted due to World War II.
1950 - U.S. carrier-based planes attacked airfields
in the Pyongyang-Chinnampo area of North Korea in
the first air-strike of the Korean War.
1954 - Food rationing ended in Great Britain almost
nine years after the end of World War II.
1974 - The Threshold Test Ban Treaty was signed,
prohibiting underground nuclear weapons tests with
yields greater than 150 kilotons.
1981 - The Associated Press ran its first story
about two rare illnesses afflicting homosexual men.
One of the diseases was later named AIDS.
1986 - U.S. President Reagan presided over a
ceremony in New York Harbor that saw the relighting
of the renovated Statue of Liberty.
1986 - Mikhail Baryshnikov became a U.S. citizen at
Ellis Island, New York Harbor.
1991 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush formally
inaugurated the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in
2005 - A NASA space probe, Deep Impact, hit its
comet target as planned in a mission to learn how
the solar system formed.
2009 - Sarah Palin announced she would resign as
Alaska governor with 16 months left in her term.
‘Thanks, Ukraine Air Force’: Bombarded villagers accuse Kiev of killing
RT - The village of Kondrashovka in eastern Ukraine lies devastated
after shelling by Kiev troops which killed seven people. Bodies torn to
pieces are strewn across the settlement and those who survived are
asking: why did Kiev kill their families?
ISIS Is Taking Over Iraq Using Captured American Weapons
Economic Collapse - ISIS is marching through city after city in Iraq,
and they are doing it with American weapons. Thanks to a series of
stunning victories in recent months, ISIS has captured a vast array of
U.S. military equipment including trucks, Humvees, rockets, artillery
pieces and Stinger missiles.
Arabia deploys 30,000 soldiers to border with Iraq says report
StratRisks - Saudi Arabia has deployed 30,000 soldiers to its border
with Iraq after Iraqi soldiers withdrew from the area, the Saudi-owned
al-Arabiya television reported.
‘US hegemony in world has ended’ – Russia’s deputy security chief
RT - The deputy head of Russia’s supreme security body says US
international dominance is being replaced by multiple centers of power.
He urged a global agreement on the results of the Cold War, warning that
the world could otherwise become engulfed in chaos.
African leaders grant themselves immunity from war crimes
RT - African leaders have granted themselves and their allies immunity
from prosecution for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide at
the Union’s Court, as they voted in support of the amendment at the
African Union Summit.
Ghana hosts crisis talks as Ebola toll rises
Al Jazeera - Health ministers from 11 African countries are meeting in
the Ghanaian capital, Accra, to plan "drastic action" against the worst
Ebola outbreak in history as dozens of new cases continue to emerge.
There have been 759 confirmed or suspected cases of the haemorrhagic
fever in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the World Health Organisation
says, with 467 people known to have died as of Wednesday.
Destroy Holy Shrine in Mecca
Kurt Nimmo - The plan to divide Muslims and touch off a religious war
moved forward on Tuesday when an ISIS member reportedly posted a tweet
calling for the destruction of the Kaaba, a building located at the
center of Islam’s most sacred mosque, al-Masjid al-Haram, in Mecca,
Hungary secures it gas supply: PM will support South Stream gas project
Sott.net - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Tuesday his
country would not give up on Russia's controversial South Stream gas
pipeline project as it was key to securing the country's energy
Où est la bombe? French cops 'lose explosives' in airport during
training and can't find them
RT - French police put a block of explosives at Marseille Airport during
training exercises…and forgot where they hid it, says a leaked report.
Nicolas Sarkozy under official investigation after questioning
The Guardian - After questioning Sarkozy on Tuesday at the police
headquarters in Nanterre on the outskirts of Paris, the investigating
magistrates heading the corruption inquiry decided there was enough
evidence to put the former leader under official investigation.
VIDEO: Internet providers take UK spy agency to court
Press TV - Seven Internet service providers in six countries have filed
a legal complaint against the British spy agency, Government
Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), over its mass surveillance.
Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights to go on show in UK
The Guardian - The Declaration of Independence is on loan from the New
York Public Library. The text is that which Thomas Jefferson copied in
his own hand, incorporating changes by John Adams and Benjamin
Franklin.... The Bill of Rights is coming from the US National Archives
in Washington and was one of 14 copies made in 1789, one each for
Congress and the original 13 states.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Rand Paul to Hannity: “…we’ve been funding Islamic rebels who
Ben Swann - On Sean Hannity’s show, Hannity tried one more time
to get Sen. Rand Paul to blame President Barack Obama on the
failed policies in Iraq. But Paul didn’t fall for Hannity’s
partisan rhetoric and Dick Cheney talking points.
Undetectable bomb' threat: US urges increased security on
RT - Amid concerns of an Al-Qaeda effort to create an
undetectable bomb, the US has ordered tighter security at some
airports in Europe and the Middle East offering direct flights
to the United States.
This Independence Day, the Health Ranger asks: What are YOU
doing for freedom?
(NaturalNews) In our nation right now, there are powerful
institutions actively fighting to keep us all enslaved. Those
include the government itself, the mainstream media and of
course certain powerful corporations that profit from domination
and monopolistic practices. It is this suffocating scourge of
oppression and enslavement that has denied generations of
Americans their rightful heritage of abundance, prosperity,
health and happiness.
Horowitz: Are We Strangers in Our Own Land?
Breitbart - As we near the 238th anniversary of U.S.
independence, many Americans are wondering if we are indeed an
independent nation with sovereign borders, given that tens of
thousands of unaccompanied children are streaming across the
southern border. Have we become strangers in our own land?
33 Lawmakers Call on Obama to End Deferred Action Program in
Wake of Border Crisis
Breitbart - More than 30 Republican lawmakers are calling on
President Obama to end his Deferred Action for Childhood
Arrivals program and make a public assertion that new arrivals
will not receive legal status.
Arpaio: Immigrants ‘Keep Coming Back’ Despite Turning Them Over
CBS News - “I want an explanation and investigation as to why
3,800 of the people in my jails that are charged with state and
local crimes are here illegally,” Arpaio told Newsmax TV. “We
turn them over to ICE and they keep coming back over and over
Smugglers Threaten Landowners in Cameron County
krgv.com - Ranchers along the Rio Grande say immigrant smugglers
threaten them constantly.... More than 180,000 illegal
immigrants have crossed into the Valley this year. The landowner
said he and his neighbors are feeling increasing pressure by
smugglers to turn a blind eye to criminal activity.
Federal Gov’t Sues Wisconsin Company, Says English-Language
Requirement is 'Discrimination'
CNS News - he Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), a
federal agency tasked with enforcing workplace discrimination
laws, is suing a private American business for firing a group of
Hispanic and Asian employees over their inability to speak
English at work, claiming that the English-language requirement
in a U.S. business constitutes “discrimination.”
GMO Labeling Bill Moves Forward in Oregon
Common Dreams - Food safety advocates on Wednesday submitted
over 150,000 signatures, nearly twice the amount required, in
support of Ballot Initiative #44, which would require food
manufacturers to label foods sold in Oregon that are produced
with genetic modified organisms, or GMOs.
YouTube: Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk: Celebrate Independence
Day By Opposing Government Tyranny
Ron Paul - This week Americans will enjoy Independence Day with
family cookouts and fireworks. Flags will be displayed in
abundance. Sadly, however, what should be a celebration of the
courage of those who risked so much to oppose tyranny will
instead be turned into a celebration of government, not
NY Mayor: Obama “Has Every Right” to Bypass Congress on Amnesty
Kit Daniels - “If Congress is uninterested in acting on crucial
national issues that have fundamental national impact on our
future as a country, then the president has every right to act
in every way he can,” de Blasio said, suggesting that the best
way to deal with the undocumented “fellow residents of this
country” right now is through amnesty by executive fiat.
CDC Confirms Activation of “emergency operation center” in
Response to Immigrant Influx
Adan Salazar - In a taped phone call, a CDC information hotline
representative confirmed that, unbeknownst to the American
public, the agency has set up an “emergency operation center” to
deal with various diseases accompanying the surge of illegal
aliens currently staging a virtually uncontested U.S. invasion.
Associated Press to Deploy “Robot Reporters”
Kit Daniels - The Associated Press has announced it will begin
using automation technology to write business news reports, a
development which likely foreshadows a future mainstream media
dominated by computer “reporters.”
Bill Would Allow Police to Confiscate Guns Based on Accusation
Paul Joseph Watson - A draconian gun control bill set to be
voted on by the California legislature would allow police to
confiscate a person’s firearms solely on the basis of an
accusation made against the gun owner by a family member or a
health professional. Although the bill was amended after an
onslaught of complaints, the legislation is still being labeled
as the harshest gun control law in the country.
Police say mine-resistant vehicles just like ‘soft body armor’
watchdog.org - That’s the analogy Madison Police Capt. Vic Wahl
uses when discussing his department’s newly operational
Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle, a 30-ton armored truck
used in Middle East war zones that is designed to survive
attacks from improvised-explosive devices.
Virginia high schooler threatens suicide, police arrive and kill
Police State USA - “Why would you shoot a child that is
suicidal?” asked the teen’s mother. “You are there to save him,
not finish him off.”
US Federal Student Loan Rates Jump As Much As 21% For Coming
ibtimes.com- College-bound American undergrads will pay 21
percent more for federal student loans than those who took out
loans over the past year after a law went into effect last
summer that links the loans to the 10-year government bond
Hillary Takes Six-Figure Speaking Fees From Universities Raising
Breitbart - The Washington Post reports that likely 2016
presidential contender Hillary Clinton made somewhere around
$1.8 million from eight universities in just nine months. While
paying the former Secretary of State anywhere from $200,000 to
$300,000 per speech, some of these schools were raising tuition
prices on students already burdened by the growing student loan
Energy & Environment
3,000 people expected to sue DuPont for decades-long release of
hazardous chemical C8
(NaturalNews) More than 3,000 individuals are expected to sign
onto a massive lawsuit against the DuPont corporation over a
toxic chemical linked to thyroid disease and cancer. Commonly
known as C8, the chemical perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) was
intentionally released by the company into the air and water,
say plaintiffs, resulting in tens of thousands of injuries and
deaths across West Virginia and Ohio.
Obama: My Highway Plan Is ‘Not Crazy, It’s Not Socialism, It’s
Not The Imperial Presidency’
Business Insider - The Highway Trust Fund is a transportation
and infrastructure fund financed by gasoline taxes. It is headed
towards insolvency because the government now spends more money
on those projects than it collects from the gas tax, which has
not been raised in over 20 years.
IRS fines unbanked pot shops for paying federal payroll tax in
Denver Post - Legal marijuana businesses without bank accounts
are unfairly assessed a 10 percent penalty on federal employee
withholding taxes they are required to pay electronically but
are forced to pay in cash, according to a lawsuit challenging
Faces Possible Jail Time for Wind Turbine
kstp.com - The city of Orono told Jay Nygard his wind turbine
was illegal and was a public safety threat.... Now, the final
court order says Nygard and his wife must appear in court
Wednesday to start a six-month jail sentence, unless the turbine
is removed by then. Nygard says he and his wife are willing to
go to jail to fight for their individual property rights and
Scientists Develop Cheap, Rechargeable Organic Batteries Built
From Eco-Friendly Components That Last 15 Years
preventdisease.com - Scientists at USC have developed a
water-based organic battery that is long lasting and built from
cheap, eco-friendly components. The new battery, which uses no
metals or toxic materials, will make energy more resilient and
efficient by creating a large-scale means to store energy for
use as needed.
Georgia Tech Researchers Develop Tool to Monitor Web Censorship
Activist Post - Georgia Tech researchers have created a tool to
monitor the accessibility of Web pages around the world that can
be installed by adding a single line of code to a web page. The
tool, Encore, runs when a user visits a website where the code
is installed and then discreetly collects data from potentially
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
Landmark Agriculture Bill Now Law in Virginia
Activist Post - New Law Reaffirms the Right to Farm and Grants
Freedom from Government Overreach.... The bill becoming law
marks the latest chapter in a controversy that attracted
nationwide attention in 2012 when the Fauquier County Board of
Supervisors forced family farmer Martha Boneta to cease selling
produce from her own 64-acre farm.
Mainstream Media Hails New Vaccine Safety Study…by the RAND
Melissa Melton - The mainstream media is falling all over
themselves to hail the latest vaccine safety study. That’s
right. This study proves that vaccines are safe as safe can be,
so we should all go out and shoot ourselves and our kids up
right away. Just check out some of these reassuring headlines
Cultivate vibrant health and a clear mind with the wisdom of
(NaturalNews) The ancient yogis of India recognized long ago
that "we are what we eat" and devised a system of guidance to
promote the most harmonious state of mind and body.
As Food Imports Increase, FDA Can’t Keep Up with Inspections
AllGov - Virtually all of the food imported into the United
States reaches consumers without being inspected by the federal
government, putting the nation at risk of exposure to food-borne
Mosquito Spraying Uses Chemical That Prompted Warning For
Pregnant Women From UC Davis
CBS News - A mosquito attack in a Sacramento neighborhood to go
after the West Nile Virus is raising concerns because of a
chemical that pregnant women have been told to avoid.... CBS13
reported on a UC Davis study last week warning pregnant women of
the risk of organophosphates. The study links exposure to the
chemicals to an 60-percent increased risk of autism.
Geophagy and Bentonite Clay: Health Benefits of an Age-Old
Natural Society - Something known as Bentonite clay, one of many
healing clays used for centuries to detox, is just one more
unintentionally ignored substance everyone should know about.
Garlic Cures 100% of Warts In Clinical Study
Green Med Info - In the first study of its kind, this common
herb was found to have remarkable healing results for common
warts and corns.
5 Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds
Natural Society - Rich in antioxidants, pumpkin seeds offer a
wealth of health benefits that are often overlooked. Here are 5
health benefits of pumpkin seeds.
Healing Is Voltage
preventdisease.com - Maintaining an alkaline environment is a
key to good health. As our voltage drops below a certain
voltage, we begin to experience fatigue. As the voltage further
drops (and thus the pH drops) we become prone to developing
health problems. Cancer cells, for example, have a pH of about
6.3 and carry a specific voltage. By knowing that chronic
disease is associated with low voltage, one might ask an obvious
question; "What is my voltage?"
FDA Warns Against Raw Pet Food (Again)
Susan Thixton - Statistically – based on number of
products recalled during the past 12 months, a
consumer has had a 400% higher chance of exposing
their family to a bacteria from kibble than it has
with raw pet food. Where is the FDA warning that
‘Consumers should carefully consider the risks of
feeding a kibble food to their pet’ – ? There is no
such warning against kibble pet food – the FDA did
not issue a warning against kibble pet food.
No Pet Food Regulations in China
Susan Thixton - Forbes.com recently reported on
"China's Elusive Pet Food Regulation" and it seems
the country that sells the US jerky treats and
supplements (found in more than 85% of US pet foods)
has "no pet food law" - "no pet food manufacturing
regulation" - and no "measures for supervising pet
food safety or punishing wrongdoers."
Global Events In Real Time: RSOE EDIS - Emergency
and Disaster Information Service
The EDIS website operated together by the
General-Directorate of National Disaster Management
(OKF) and RSOE, in co-operation with the Crisis
Management Centre of the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, provides useful information regarding
emergency situations and their prevention.
Extraordinary events happening in Hungary, Europe
and other areas of the World are being monitored in
24 hours per day. All events processed by RSOE EDIS
are displayed near real time.
Cereal Killers—The Movie
Dr. Mercola - In the featured documentary, Cereal
Killers, 41-year-old Donal O'Neill turns the
American food pyramid upside-down—eliminating sugars
and grains, and dramatically boosting his fat
intake. In so doing, he improves his health to the
point of reducing his hereditary risk factors for
heart disease to nil.
- July 2, 2014 - Today In History:
1776 - Richard Henry Lee’s resolution that the
American colonies "are, and of right ought to be,
free and independent States" was adopted by the
1857 - New York City’s first elevated railroad
officially opened for business.
1881 - Charles J. Guiteau fatally wounded U.S.
President James A. Garfield in Washington, DC.
1890 - The U.S. Congress passed the Sherman
1926 - The U.S. Congress established the Army Air
1937 - American aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart
disappeared in the Central Pacific during an attempt
to fly around the world at the equator.
1939 - At Mount Rushmore, Theodore Roosevelt's face
1944 - American bombers, as part of Operation
Gardening, dropped land mines, leaflets and bombs on
1947 - An object crashed near Roswell, NM. The U.S.
Army Air Force insisted it was a weather balloon,
but eyewitness accounts led to speculation that it
might have been an alien spacecraft.
1964 - U.S. President Johnson signed the "Civil
Rights Act of 1964" into law. The act made it
illegal to discriminate against others because of
1967 - The U.S. Marine Corps launched Operation
Buffalo in response to the North Vietnamese Army's
efforts to seize the Marine base at Con Thien.
1976 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the death
penalty was not inherently cruel or unusual.
1976 - North Vietnam and South Vietnam were
1979 - The U.S. Mint officially released the Susan
B. Anthony coin in Rochester, NY.
1980 - U.S. President Jimmy Carter reinstated draft
registration for males 18 years of age.
1998 - CNN retracted a story that alleged that U.S.
commandos had used nerve gas to kill American
defectors during the Vietnam War.
2003 = President George W. Bush promised to deal
harshly with those who attack American troops in
Iraq, saying "bring them on."
2007 - President George W. Bush commuted the
sentence of former aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby,
sparing him from a two-and-half-year prison term in
the CIA leak case.
‘Every state has right to be different’: Top 10 takeaways from Putin's
foreign policy speech
RT - Vladimir Putin said that the Western powers should allow countries
around the globe “to live at their own discretion, not under someone’s
haunting dictation.” Here are the Top 10 quotes from the president’s
meeting with Russian diplomats.
ISIS Is Hiring Judges, Doctors And Engineers As Al-Qaeda Prepares For
War Against Caliphate
Zero Hedge - As Al Arabiya reports, the newly named “caliph” said the
appeal especially applied to “judges and those who have military and
managerial and service skills, and doctors and engineers in all fields."
shift as Japan expands scope of military capability
StratRisks - Japan on Tuesday loosened the bonds on its powerful
military, proclaiming the right to go into battle in defence of allies,
in a highly controversial shift in the nation’s pacifist stance. Under
the new definition, Japanese troops will be able to come to the aid of
allies — primarily the US — if they come under attack from a common
enemy, even if Japan is not the object of the attack.
NATO chief to move forces from U.S. to Europe to respond to Russia in
McClatchy - NATO’s top military commander said Monday that American
troops from the United States will be dispatched to Europe starting in
October to help respond to Russian aggression in Ukraine.
Putin to West: Stop turning world into 'global barracks,' dictating
rules to others
RT - Russia’s president has blamed the turmoil in Ukraine on the
country’s newly-elected leader Petro Poroshenko. Vladimir Putin also
criticized the West for its intention to turn the planet into a "global
ISIS Video Mocks “Obama, Did You Prepare Enough Diapers For Your
Ben Swann - The Islamic State (TIS), the new caliphate born from the
ISIL controlled regions of Iraq and Syria, already faces the challenge
of retaking the Iraqi city of Tikrit, while taunting the U.S. to
interfere in their controlled areas.
Cryptome claims all Snowden files will be published in July to avert a
RT - All of the National Security Agency files accessed by former
contractor Edward Snowden could be published in the month of July if
vaguely worded predictions tweeted this week from the digital library
site Cryptome prove to be correct.
StuxNet Like Virus Hits European Power Plants: Shutdown A Nation’s Grid
With A Keystroke
The Daily Sheeple - Security researchers have uncovered a new Stuxnet-like
malware, named as “Havex”, which was used in a number of previous cyber
attacks against organizations in the energy sector.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Video: Remember How Seal Team 6 Was Shot Down? Now We Could
Finally Know Why Obama Is Covering It Up
westernjournalism.com - Family members of the victims have
learned that virtually everything the Obama administration has
revealed about the attack is a lie. The likely reason for the
coverup? The high-tech weapon used to shoot down Extortion 17, a
heat-seeking missile, more than likely was supplied by none
other than Barack Hussein Obama. In this video, we reveal this
and much more…
Medical staff warned: Keep your mouths shut about illegal
immigrants or face arrest
FoxNews.com - A government-contracted security force threatened
to arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information
about the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal
alien children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas,
Medical staff warned: Keep your mouths shut about illegal
immigrants or face arrest
Fox News - A government-contracted security force threatened to
arrest doctors and nurses if they divulged any information about
the contagion threat at a refugee camp housing illegal alien
children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas,
Future soldiers to be immune to bio-weapons
stratrisks.com - The next generation American soldiers may be
immune to biological weapons. Scientists have for the first time
genetically modified red blood cells (RBC) to carry a range of
valuable payloads — from drugs, to vaccines, to imaging agents —
for delivery to specific sites throughout the body. RBCs
normally carry oxygen from the lungs to the living tissues and
are the most numerous of all the cells, accounting for about a
quarter of the 100 trillion cells of the human body.
Obama Civilian Security Force Takes Control of Migrant
Internment Camps: “Abide By Brown Shirts Law”
Mac Slavo - According to the unnamed source, who could not
provide video documentation of these events because cell phones
are not allowed in the facility, the security force is
reportedly calling itself the “Brown Shirts.” The insider says
they have been given orders to arrest anyone speaking to the
public or using cell phones, and have implemented what is being
referred to as “Brown Shirts Law.”
Protesters Block Bus Carrying Immigrants
NBC News - The move is designed to ease pressure on border
facilities, but local residents are outraged. Buses carrying
migrant families arrived to the U.S.-Mexican border station of
San Ysidro after being blocked by protesters in Murrieta.
Protesters waving American flags blocked the buses Tuesday
YouTube: Borders Wide Open To Terrorists
Dr. Michael and Linda Vickers are the founders of Texas Border
Volunteers, an organization that assists Border Patrol in
monitoring illegal alien activity that spills out onto their
land and the surrounding ranches. The increase includes an
alarming amount of illegals from other parts of the world other
than Mexico and South America.
Texas Judge Wants to Vaccinate Illegals
Adan Salazar - Local government preparing illegals for life in
America? Citing a need to protect public health, a county judge
in Texas is weighing vaccinations for illegal aliens being
detained and processed at several locations in Texas’
YouTube: Why Even the US Government is Afraid of Blackwater's
RT - Abby Martin discusses a New York Times revelation
concerning officials at Blackwater threatening to murder State
Department officials, and how this is just the latest example of
Blackwater’s criminal, murderous and unaccountable legacy.
* Related article:
Before Shooting in Iraq, a Warning on Blackwater
Cop convicted for planning to cook, rape & eat women has verdict
NY Post - In a stunning reversal, the conviction of so-called
“Cannibal Cop” Gilberto Valle in a bizarre plot to cook, rape,
kill and eat women was overturned by a federal judge late Monday
after he ruled there was insufficient evidence to support it.
VIDEO: RELEASE US – A Short Film On Police Brutality By Charles
Liberty Crier - 500 innocent Americans are murdered by police
every year and more than 5,000 since 9/11. This is equal to the
number of US soldiers lost in Iraq. In 1994 the US Government
passed a law authorizing the Pentagon to donate surplus Cold War
era military equipment to local police departments. In the 20
years since, weaponry designed for use on a foreign battlefield,
has been handed over for use on American streets…against
Wondering “Why You’re Still Poor As Dow Flirts With 17,000″ –
Zero Hedge - It really doesn’t get any more ridiculous than
Marketwatch’s question du jour. As for the right answer, is
How much did the seized Bitcoins go for?
siliconangle.com - In October 2013, the Federal Bureau of
Investigation shut down the Silk Road, an online marketplace for
all things shady, and seized $3.6 million worth of Bitcoins.
Last week, the US Marshals Service auctioned off almost 30,000
Bitcoins. The bidders were notified on June 30 if their bid was
accepted or rejected.
Another JP Morgan Banker Dead
pacificrimcoins.com - There’s been yet another banker death, and
once again, this victim is a JP Morgan banker. On this time,
rather than jumping off buildings or in front of trains, the
victim, 56 year old Ohio resident Joseph Giampapa, was struck by
a hit and run driver while he was bicycling. But that’s not all.
Here’s the report of the Columbus Dispatch...
Profiteering on Banker Deaths: Regulator says Public Has No
Right to Details
Global Research - A man with a long history of keeping big bank
secrets safe from the public’s prying eyes has denied the appeal
filed by Wall Street On Parade to obtain specifics about the
worker deaths upon which JPMorgan Chase pockets the life
insurance money each year.
Vet Finally Gets VA Doctor’s Appointment – 2 Years After He Died
CBS News - Suzanne Chase was denied funeral benefits for her
husband because he was never treated at a VA hospital, even
though he died after waiting four months for an appointment.
Controversial US scientist creates deadly new flu strain for
The Independent - The study is not published, however some
scientists who are aware of it are horrified that Dr Kawaoka was
allowed to deliberately remove the only defence against a strain
of flu virus that has already demonstrated its ability to create
a deadly pandemic that killed as many as 500,000 people in the
first year of its emergence.
Was The Department Of Defense Behind Facebook’s Controversial
Zero Hedge - Initially, the press release from Cornell
highlighting the study said at the bottom: “The study was funded
in part by the James S. McDonnell Foundation and the Army
Research Office.” Once people started asking questions about
this, Cornell claimed it had made a mistake, and that there was
no outside funding. Jay Rosen, Journalism Professor at NYU,
seems to find this highly questionable.. and it gets even more
interesting from there.
New senate bill would allow free flow of data between private
companies & DHS/NSA
Blacklisted News - A draft U.S. Senate bill aimed at making it
easier for organizations to share cyberthreat information poses
serious threats to personal privacy, several rights groups said
in a letter to Congress.
Huge demand for NSA-proof email: ProtonMail uses a month's
server capacity in 3 days
ProtonMail promised to ignore law enforcement requests,
according to FreedomHacker, "unless they are accompanied by an
enforceable Swiss court order. These court orders are extremely
difficult to obtain as the case must first work its way through
the Swiss legal system which has strong privacy protections. And
even then, we do not have access to user encryption keys so any
data we do turn over would be encrypted."
PayPal Shuts Down Secure Messaging Service ProtonMail’s
TechCrunch - In another example of why Bitcoin is probably best
for online transactions, the mercurial PayPal has shut down
ProtonMail’s account, freezing $270,000 in limbo until
“questions” are “answered” regarding the cash.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
EPA Drops the Ball on 2,4-D for GMO Crops
Food & Water Watch - “A coalition of organizations including
Food & Water Watch, the Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action
Network, National Family Farm Coalition, Environmental Working
Group, Just Label It, CREDO Action, SumOfUS and Organic
Consumers Association has submitted over 500,000 comments to the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urging it not to approve
Dow’s registration for its new version of the pesticide 2,4-D.
Man Sentenced to 30 Days for Catching Rain Water on Own Property
CNS News - Gary Harrington, the Oregon man convicted of
collecting rainwater and snow runoff on his rural property
surrendered Wednesday morning to begin serving his 30-day, jail
sentence in Medford, Ore. “I’m sacrificing my liberty so we can
stand up as a country and stand for our liberty,” Harrington
told a small crowd of people gathered outside of the Jackson
County (Ore.) Jail.
BPA makes breast cancer tumors resistant to chemotherapy
(NaturalNews) Something as overlooked as bisphenol A could be a
major player in most cancers. As a hormone disrupter, BPA
inhibits the proper utilization of nutrients in important glands
that regulate body functions. This can stress the cells. BPA is
in many plastics and can leach from plastic bottles into the
liquid, delivering BPA particles into the body.
Painkiller prescription rates vary widely among states
USA Today - U.S. health care providers wrote 259 million
prescriptions for opioid painkillers in 2012, enough to give a
bottle of the pills to every adult in the country. But your
chances of ending up with those pills – and the risks that come
with them – depend a lot on where you live, says a new report
from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Prescription drug use now causing more driving fatalities than
(NaturalNews) Today, driving fatalities due to driving under the
influence of prescription drugs, including Xanax, Cymbalta,
Zoloft, Wellbutrin, Lexapro, Sarafem and Abilify, are surpassing
those caused by drunk drivers.
Six little-known natural remedies for tinnitus
(NaturalNews) Whether the sound in your ear is ringing,
whistling, clicking or hissing; loud or soft; intermittent or
incessant; mildly annoying or downright infuriating, one of the
following natural remedies could be the answer you seek.
VIDEO: 'No One Should Be Put Through That — No One’: Justina
Pelletier Speaks Out on Her Treatment While Under Gov’t Care
Daily Paul - Video description: Huckabee has been Justina
Pelletier's champion for the mast several months. Justina was
abducted by Boston's Children's and Mass DCF on the grounds that
her disease was all in her head - somatoform disorder.
The 9 Irrefutable Benefits of Cholesterol in the Diet
TheHealthyHomeEconomist - It was gratifying to see Time magazine
recently set the record straight and admit it was wrong by
finally pronouncing on its cover what some of us have known for
many years: that saturated fats like butter containing natural
cholesterol are in fact beneficial to health and not the dietary
demons they’ve been portrayed for the past 5+ decades.
Do You Know These 6 Facts About Laundry Detergent?
Global Healing Center - Doing the laundry is a simple,
straightforward task for most people. However, have you actually
thought about the chemicals contained in most laundry
detergents? Most of this stuff doesn’t wash out in the rinse and
can be absorbed into your body through your skin. Knowing what
we are putting on our clothes, and in our body, can be
incredibly important for protecting our health.
Don't Ignore This Invading Virus, It Can Block Your
Dr. Becker - It starts with an innocent sniffle. But
that soon goes away and months later your cat may
develop a strange sneeze and other red flag signs as
the virus makes its way through her nose, mouth, or
ears until it finally blocks your kitty's ability to
Sustainability or Excuse to use Waste?
Susan Thixton - The new buzz word in pet food is
‘sustainability’. There has even been a ‘Pet
Industry Sustainability Coalition’ formed. Is
sustainability a real issue in pet food
manufacturing or is sustainability the buzz to
camouflage the use of horrible wastes in pet food?
- July 1, 2014 - Today In History:
1847 - The U.S. Post Office issued its first
1862 - The U.S. Congress established the Bureau of
1863 - During the U.S. Civil War, the first day's
fighting at Gettysburg began.
1867 - Canada became an independent dominion.
1874 - The Philadelphia Zoological Society zoo
opened as the first zoo in the United States.
1898 - During the Spanish-American War, Theodore
Roosevelt and his "Rough Riders" waged a victorious
assault on San Juan Hill in Cuba.
1905 - The USDA Forest Service was created within
the Department of Agriculture. The agency was given
the mission to sustain healthy, diverse, and
productive forests and grasslands for present and
1909 - Thomas Edison began commercially
manufacturing his new "A" type alkaline storage
1934 - The Federal Communications Commission
replaced the Federal Radio Commission as the
regulator of broadcasting in the United States.
1943 - The U.S. Government began automatically
withholding federal income tax from paychecks.
1945 - New York established the New York State
Commission Against Discrimination to prevent
discrimination in employment because of race, creed
or natural origin. It was the first such agency in
1946 - U.S. President Harry Truman signed Public Law
476 that incorporated the Civil Air Patrol as a
benevolent, nonprofit organization. The Civil Air
Patrol was created on December 1, 1941.
1946 - The U.S. exploded a 20-kiloton atomic bomb
near Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
1950 - American ground troops arrived in South Korea
to stem the tide of the advancing North Korean army.
1951 - Bob Feller set a major league baseball record
as he pitched his third no-hitter for the Cleveland
1961 - The first community air-raid shelter was
built. The shelter in Boise, ID had a capacity of
1,000 people and family memberships sold for $100.
1963 - The U.S. postmaster introduced the five-digit
ZIP (Zoning Improvement Plan) code.
1966 - The Medicare federal insurance program went
1979 - Susan B. Anthony was commemorated on a U.S.
coin, the Susan B. Anthony dollar.
1980 - U.S. President Jimmy Carter signed
legislation that provided for 2 acres of land near
the Lincoln Memorial for the Vietnam Veterans
2011 - In Minnesota, a three-week state government
shutdown began after legislators could not agree on
White House announces an additional 300 troops to Iraq
RT - Less than a week after announcing the deployment of additional US
personnel to Iraq, the White House has said that up to 300 more troops
are being sent to the country to bolster security at key facilities amid
an organized push by ISIS militants.
Israel bombards 34 sites in Gaza Strip hours after finding missing teens
RT - The Israeli Air Force bombed dozens of sites in the Gaza Strip
hours after a search for three missing young Israelis led to discovery
of their dead bodies. The Israeli government is contemplating further
VIDEO: Russia warns US over Syria militants
Press TV - Russia has warned the United States against increasing its
support for the foreign-backed Syrian opposition.... In a statement on
Monday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry criticized the move as “more than
strange,” saying the potential aid would only bolster what the militants
of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have declared as
being a “caliphate” in parts of Iraq and Syria.
US fines BNP Paribas $8.9bn over Iran transactions
Press TV - The United States has fined French bank BNP Paribas a record
$8.9 billion over transactions with Iran and other countries in
violation of US sanctions.
18 Signs That The Global Economic Crisis Is Accelerating As We Enter The
Last Half Of 2014
Economic Collapse - A lot of people that I talk to these days want to
know "when things are going to start happening". Well, there are
certainly some perilous times on the horizon, but all you have to do is
open up your eyes and look to see the global economic crisis unfolding.
Obama snubs MI5, sends CIA to investigate threat of radical Islam in UK
RT - As radical Islam spreads through the United Kingdom, US President
Barack Obama has sent a special CIA unit to interrogate senior British
security experts. The move is seen as a snub of Britain’s MI5 and MI6
Ukraine president terminates ceasefire
RT - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has decided to not prolong the
ceasefire with Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, announcing an end
to a fragile deal to deescalate tensions in the eastern regions of the
Saudi and CIA Terror Army Declares Caliphate on Ramadan
Kurt Nimmo - The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), the terror
army supported by Saudi Arabia, the CIA and trained by the Pentagon, has
declared a caliphate in the Middle East. It has changed its name to the
Islamic State, dispensing with Iraq, Sham and the Levant.
Bodies of three teens 'abducted by Hamas' found by army in West Bank
The Independent - Mr Netanyahu has accused Hamas, although he has not
provided any direct evidence, while the militant group has praised the
kidnappings without claiming responsibility.
VIDEO: North Korea urges suspension of hostility with South
Press TV - The call came only a day after North fired two short-range
missiles into the East Sea.It also came ahead of a visit by Chinese
President Xi Jinping to Seoul to discuss issues including Pyongyang’s
All but four nations are subject to NSA surveillance – new Snowden leak
RT - Previously undisclosed files leaked to the media by former
intelligence contractor Edward Snowden now show that the United States
National Security Agency has been authorized to spy on persons in all
but four countries.
The Search for Malaysian Airlines MH370. Unanswered Questions. Crucial
Global Research - The staff at GeoResonance are not prone to conspiracy
theories, we all deal with facts and science. It appears some of the
authorities involved in the search have not been completely transparent
with all of the facts.
U.S. News, Politics & Government
Bill Suspends Aid to Central America, Mexico Until Flood of
Illegal Immigration Stops
Breitbart - Rep. Randy Weber introduced a bill Monday to hold
Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador “accountable” for
their citizens’ illegal migration by suspending foreign aid to
Obama to ask Congress for $2 billion and new powers to handle
BizPac Review - President Obama needs $2 billion and new powers
from Congress to respond to the flood of illegal immigrants
crossing the Mexican border into the U.S., a White House
official said Saturday. A request letter will be sent to
Congress Monday, but details of the emergency appropriation
won’t come until after the Fourth of July recess ends July 7.
U.N. to intervene in Detroit water shutoffs
WND - On Monday, the U.N. Human Rights Council’s office in
Geneva confirmed to WND that the U.N. plans to intervene
directly in the Detroit water crisis, determined to apply
international law to judge the U.S. in violation of human rights
to safe water.
Police arrest parapalegic man for considering himself a
Police State USA - A wheelchair-bound man was taken to the
ground face-first and handcuffed because he rode his motorized
scooter on the shoulder of a road against traffic, the way
pedestrians are legally supposed to. Police impounded his
scooter and took him to jail.
What makes police officers and the government powerless? When
the American people know their rights!
policecrimes.com - You have rights during a traffic stop or any
police encounter. Learn what your rights are and use them before
you loose them!
Obama Promises Unconstitutional Executive Action to Fix “Broken”
infowars.com - Speaking from the Rose Garden at the White House,
President Obama on Monday promised to sign an unconstitutional
executive action “to fix our broken immigration system.” He
blamed Republicans for the situation along the border and said
they have acted to prevent an amnesty bill from clearing
Ron Paul: The Solution To Obama’s Executive Orders Is
Liberty Crier - ‘What I’m saying is the policy never makes
sense. Not too many years ago we were sort of on the side of
Saddam Hussein when we urged him to fight the Iranians. Then we
threw him out and now we’re on the side of the Iranians through
who we put in the (Iraqi) government who align themselves with
Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Hobby Lobby
Ben Swann - The Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 that Hobby Lobby may
object on religious grounds to the provision of Obamacare that
mandates providing health insurance that covers birth control.
Obama To Overrule Supreme Court? President Considers
"Mitigating" Obamacare Ruling
The Daily Sheeple - Having had his omnipotence chipped away at
last week, President Obama has - seemingly - been pushed too far
by the Supreme Court's decision on contraception and Obamacare
this morning: The White House stated...
SWAT Teams Claim 'Corporate' Exemption From Public Scrutiny
Common Dreams - Operators of Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT)
teams comprised of publicly-funded police and sheriffs in
Massachusetts claim they are immune to public records requests
about deadly force, incident reports, and more because they are
11 Shocking Facts About America's Militarized Police Forces
AlterNet - The “war on terror” has come home--and it’s wreaking
havoc on innocent American lives. The culprit is the
militarization of the police.
Taser gun used on 10-year-old girl who 'refused to take shower'
The Telegraph - The officer had been called to the girl's home
in Ozark, Arkansas, by her mother because she was behaving in an
unruly manner and refusing to take a shower. In a report on the
incident the officer, Dustin Bradshaw, said the mother gave him
permission to use the Taser.
Police Confiscate Healthy Baby Because it Was Born at Home
The Daily Sheeple - Earlier this month Doumbouya, with her
husband at her side, gave birth to a beautiful baby girl in the
comfort of their own home. For six days they enjoyed being new
parents before deciding that it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to
get their newborn baby screened for any health issues. Little
did they know that they would kidnapped and treated like
Bayou Corne Sinkhole Info
YouTube: Bayou Corne sinkhole collapses into AQUIFER - "Active
Volcanic + Geothermal"
Professionals releasing a report today, July 1 2014, comparing
the gas eruption at the sinkhole to quote "VOLCANIC, GEOTHERMAL,
Bayou Corne Sinkhole creating Earthquakes similar to “Active
Geothermal, volcanic environments”
**Website of Interest:
Louisiana Sinkhole Bugle
announces 6 new recalls, 7.6 million cars in the US
CNBC News - GM announced six new recalls on Monday, affecting
7.6 million U.S. vehicles, and 8.4 million total, from
1997-2014. Shares were temporarily halted.
Did elderly Naples couple lose home over 10 cents?
jrn.com - On June 3, the Duplers paid the amount they thought
they owed -- $6980.24, the amount stated on the final judgment.
But the check was 10 cents short. “That was my fault; I added it
up wrong,” admitted Sally Dupler. On June 9th, The Duplers’ home
was sold in a foreclosure sale.
Las Vegas Running Out of Water
Brietbart - The area has faced a drought for the last 14 years,
and despite the presence of Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in
the U.S. and the supplier of 90% of the city’s water, the future
Court Rules That New York Towns Can Ban Fracking
ecowatch.com - In a precedent-setting case decided today by the
New York Court of Appeals, local communities have triumphed over
the fracking industry. The court ruled that the towns of Dryden
and Middlefield can use local zoning laws to ban heavy industry,
including oil and gas production within municipal borders.
50 VA hospital workers claim retaliation for blowing whistle on
the horrors they saw
Washington Times - When Valerie Riviello, a nurse at a Veterans
Affairs facility in New York, saw the clinic restrain a sexual
assault survivor to a bed for seven consecutive hours, she
released the woman. The next day, Ms. Riviello said, she was
removed from her post as senior nurse manager and given a
full-time desk job that prohibited her from contact with
patients. She eventually was reprimanded and is facing a 30-day
unpaid suspension for releasing the woman.
Google Glass wearers can steal your ATM passcode with a glance
from 10 feet away
(NaturalNews) As privacy continues to dwindle, researchers have
discovered yet another form of invasion, and it's a serious one.
VIDEO: Smart lights: New LED lights with sensors raise privacy
CBS News - Light bulbs can now send and receive data thanks to a
California company that has added sensors into each power hub.
Although these smart lights can monitor pollution or spot an
unattended bag at an airport, their ability to track our every
move raises privacy concerns. Bill Whitaker reports.
Google Declares War on the Firearm Industry
Townhall - Google is taking a Bloomberg inspired step toward
“curbing gun violence”. Once again demonstrating the level of
ignorance that is prevalent in liberal corporate settings, the
software company has decided to expand their ban on
Facebook reveals news feed experiment to control emotions
The Guardian - Facebook, the world's biggest social networking
site, is facing a storm of protest after it revealed it had
discovered how to make users feel happier or sadder with a few
computer key strokes. It has published details of a vast
experiment in which it manipulated information posted on 689,000
users' home pages and found it could make people feel more
positive or negative through a process of "emotional contagion".
You Can Finally Get Your Hands On The New Anti-Surveillance
The Daily Caller - Tired of the NSA listening in on your private
calls? Sick of people hacking into your data storage? Then the
Blackphone is for you. … and the good news is, Silent Circle’s
SGP Technologies is now shipping the anti-surveillance phone to
European and then to U.S. users.
Mind Control Scientists Using Light To Alter The Brain
The Daily Sheeple - These new mind control techniques are being
introduced in gadgets that create a brain-computer interface,
magnetic manipulation via “neural dust,” high-powered lasers,
and even the direct uploading of the contents of our brain. One
must then consider the subsequent hacking of our minds as our
brains enter the digital realm.
Gardening, Farming & Homesteading
New Ways To Pest-Proof Your Garden Organically
Off the Grid News - Gardening without synthetic chemicals is a
commitment, but well worth the benefit to the health of your
environment and family. Most of the cost lies in sweat equity;
most of the confusion lies in knowing which techniques are truly
What is MSG? Side effects explained
(NaturalNews) Did you know that a substance added to
the foods you may be eating every day has been
connected to a multitude of physical ailments,
including everything from obesity to Alzheimer's?
Could This Popular Pain-Killer Be Causing Celiac
Green Med Info - A new study published in the
American Journal of Physiology reveals that a
popular NSAID drug known as indomethacin may be
triggering celiac disease in those who eat
gluten-containing foods such as wheat.
10 Essential Oils That Melt Away Stress
Off the Grid News - Essential oils, extracts from
potent therapeutic plants, are a natural complement
to a healthy lifestyle. Used since time immemorial,
there are a number of essential oils to consider.
Generations Were Raised To Believe Processed Fruit
Juice Was Health Food When It's Actually Junk Food
preventdisease.com - There was a time when fruit
juices were marketed as the ultimate health drink. A
glass of sunshine packed with vitamins and energy.
However, one of the great scams of the industrial
food cartel is the so-called "fresh" juices sold in
supermarkets. Many of these "fresh" juices can be
stored for a year, so how fresh are they?
Pet Nutrition Alliance
Susan Thixton - Sounds like a group that is looking
out for the health of our pets right? Turns out,
this veterinary association touting 'Optimal
Nutrition for Every Pet' is nutrition education
directly from the mouth of Big Pet Food.