Friday, April 10, 2015

Student Who Refused to Lie About Vaccines and was Kicked out of Nursing School Fights Back with Lawsuit

In 2013, nursing student Nichole Bruff was dismissed from Baker College in Michigan for allegedly asking questions about the way her instructors were teaching nursing students how to coerce parents into receiving vaccines for their children, even if the children or parents did not want them. Nichole wondered why a patient's right to choose or refuse a medical procedure was not being followed in administering vaccines. To her, this seemed to violate medical ethical issues she had been taught in nursing school, so she wanted clarification on why vaccines were different when it came to patient rights and ethics. Is this not part of the American educational process, the right of students to question their instructors? Shortly before she was due to graduate, she was dismissed from the school without warning, and with no recourse to appeal the dismissal. She soon found out that her dismissal prevented her from being accepted at other nursing schools. Nichole tells Health Impact News: "My dream of being a nurse practitioner of midwifery is gone." Now, she is fighting back by filing a lawsuit against the school.

from Health Impact News


BREAKING: New Mexico Gov Abolishes Civil Asset Forfeiture

The ISIS Described by the US Media as a “Sunni Muslim Militia” is “Made in America”. It has Nothing to Do with Sunni Islam

Media Pushing the Idea That Fukushima Radiation Is Just Fine So Why Not Go Swim in It for Six Hours a Day - See more at:

Savage Police State Beat Down: Video Captures Eight Cops Pistol-Whipping, Punching and Kicking Man Over 50 Times After He Surrenders

Google FTC caved to corporate pressure from Google - released documents reveal cover-up

Man Who Filmed Walter Scott's Murder Was Terrified and Still Fears Police Retaliation . . . With Good Reason

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Colorado introduces "Right to Record" bill - police would be fined for interfering with those filming them

In a pleasantly surprising yet most welcome turn of events legislators have proposed a bill that will protect photographers' rights and increase police oversight, rather than limit them suggested by several recent bills. Unlike the bill proposed in the nearby state of Texas, banning photography within 25 feet of police, Colorado's bill seeks to punish officers who interfere with lawful recordings of police activity by imposing significant penalties on violators. The bill, titled "Concerning Prohibiting A Peace Officer From Interfering With A Person Lawfully Recording A Peace Officer-Involved Incident", is just one of the steps being considered in order to increase police oversight in Colorado and hopefully it will lead to similar legislation in other states. Joe Salazar (D-Thornton), co-sponsor of House Bill 15-1290, said the bill "came up as a result of the number of news reports we've been seeing about police officers telling people, 'Give me your camera,' or taking the data away, and that is unacceptable conduct".

from Signs of the Times


SOTT Exclusive: Mainstream Media's Schizophrenic Attitude Towards Conspiracy Theories -- Puppet Masters --

[Conspiracy Theory.] The very label serves as an automatic dismissal, as though no one ever acts in secret. Let us bring some perspective and common sense to this issue.
The United States comprises large organizations - corporations, bureaucracies, "interest groups," and the like - which are conspiratorial by nature. That is, they are hierarchical, their important decisions are made in secret by a few key decision-makers, and they are not above lying about their activities. Such is the nature of organizational behavior."Conspiracy," in this key sense, is a way of life around the globe.
Dolan continues:

Nearly everything of significance undertaken by America's military and intelligence community in the past half-century hasoccurred in secrecy. The undertaking to build an atomic weapon, better known as the Manhattan Project, remains the great model for all subsequent activities. For more than two yearsnot a single member of Congress even knew about italthough its final cost exceeded two billion dollars.

During and after the Second World War, other important projects, such as the development of biological weapons, the importation of Nazi scientists, terminal mind-control experiments, nationwide interception of mail and cable transmissions of an unwitting populace, infiltration of the media and universities, secret coups, secret wars, and assassinations all took place far removed not only from the American public, but from most members of Congress and a few presidents. 

Indeed, several of the most powerful intelligence agencies were themselves established in secrecy, unknown by the public or Congress for many years.
SOTT Exclusive: Mainstream Media's Schizophrenic Attitude Towards Conspiracy Theories -- Puppet Masters --

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Police killing videos shock the world. So why do white Americans still trust cops?



National Geographic's corporate-corrupted war on REALITY: how a once-upstanding mag now betrays humanity to push toxic poisons of advertisers

Dr. Wakefield was right: The MMR vaccine-autism connection

How plumbing (not vaccines) eradicated disease

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

5 Myths about Greece the Banksters need you to believe

By Stop Shouting. Greece’s Prime Minister Alex Tsipras will be heading to Moscow tomorow, and the legacy media that is the de facto public ...

5 Myths about Greece the Banksters need you to believe was originally published on Washington's Blog

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Are you eating a hormone disruptor? Propyl paraben found in nearly 50 name-brand foods

from Latest Items from TreeHugger


Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Top California Pediatricians: Don’t Dictate Vaccines to Parents

The mainstream media and the U.S. Government would like everyone in the world to think that medical doctors are unanimous in their beliefs regarding vaccines. But that is hardly the case. The fact is that medical doctors who question vaccines and see positive results in their clinical practice by delaying or eliminating vaccines are routinely censored in the mainstream media. Here we bring you a very informative interview by Mother Jones editor Kiera Butler with Dr. Stacia Kenet Lansman, the founder of Pediatric Alternatives in Marin County, California. The pediatricians in this California practice suggest that families delay certain childhood immunizations, and forego others entirely.

from Health Impact News


South Carolina officer charged with murder after shooting man in the back

Video shows white police officer Michael Slager shooting 50-year-old black man Walter Scott in the back at least eight times as he ran away

Scathing assessment: “The UK economy is a ticking time bomb”

"Despite being an otherwise staid, traditional news service, the professional banking division of the Financial Times recently released an utterly scathing assessment of the British economy.

"It was entitled, “The UK economy is a ticking time bomb,” and the editor didn’t pull any punches in completely shattering the conventional fantasy that ‘all is well’, and that advanced economies can simply print and indebt their way to prosperity."

Why We Fight With the Pen - WhoWhatWhy

Why We Fight With the Pen - WhoWhatWhy: "If you are new to our site, you may well be curious about our fascination with the Boston Marathon Bombing case. After all, the government said that the defendant did it, and his own defense team said he did it. So what more is there to add?

A lot, actually."

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Recession Confirmed: "Even The Bureau of Labor Statistics Has Run Out Of Bullsh*t"

Recession Confirmed: "Even The Bureau of Labor Statistics Has Run Out Of Bullsh*t": "By calculations used before the government became captured and propaganda became the method of controlling the proles, the unemployment rate is actually 23%. Which figure seems more accurate to you?"

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Government, Stop Trying to "Help" Uber : Blog : Foundation for Economic Education

Government, Stop Trying to "Help" Uber : Blog : Foundation for Economic Education: "You write (somewhat enviously?) that, “Officials in other states and jurisdictions have crafted new laws to make certain ridesharing remains a long-term option in the transportation marketplace.”
But wait a minute: won’t ridesharing remain an option as long as people like it and the legislature permits them to use it? What would “new laws” add?"

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Libertarians : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

7 Habits of Highly Effective Libertarians : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education: "And yet, freedom is not baked into a world where various forms of despotism are always threatening. It must be won anew in every generation. Indeed, it’s the ones who fancy themselves as grown-ups — able to make big decisions for the rest of humanity — who become the next generation of despots. It is the very foundation of intellectual and moral maturity to resist this level of hubris and to acknowledge the truth of our limitations."

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» Newsletter Content Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!: "

Hidden gems of wisdom from our nation's founders

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While you’ve likely heard many of the powerful statements from our nation’s founders, there’s also a lot more you probably don’t know.

“America united with a handful of troops, or without a single soldier, exhibits a more forbidding posture to foreign ambition than America disunited, with a hundred thousand veterans ready for combat.” – James Madison, Federalist No. 14, 1787

“Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt.” – Samuel Adams, Essay in the Public Advertiser, 1749

“A militia, when properly formed, are in fact the people themselves. They include all men capable of bearing arms. To preserve liberty is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms and be taught alike how to use them.” – Thomas Jefferson

“The truth is, all might be free if they valued freedom, and defended it as they ought.” – Samuel Adams, Essay in the Boston Gazette, 1771

“The jury has a right to judge both the law as well as the fact in controversy.” – John Jay, Georgia v. Brailsford, 3 U.S. 1 (1794)

“The very definition of tyranny is when all powers are gathered under one place.” – James Madison, The Federalist No. 47

“I consider knowledge to be the soul of a republic, and as the weak and wicked are generally in alliance, as much care should be taken to diminish the number of the former as of that latter. Education is the way to do this, and nothing should be left undone to afford all ranks of people that means of obtaining a proper degree of it at a cheap and easy rate.” – John Jay, 1785

“Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism.” – George Washington, Farewell Address, 1796

“Experience is a severe preceptor, but it teachers useful truths, and however harsh, is always honest. Be calm and dispassionate, and listen to what it tells you.” – John Jay, 1788

“It is an old adage that honesty is the best policy. This applies to public as well as private life, to states as well as individuals.” – George Washington, 1785"

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“The Chief Of The Fukushima Nuclear Power Station Has Admitted That The Technology Needed To Decommission Three Melted-Down Reactors Does Not Exist, And He Has No Idea How It Will Be Developed”

Containing Fukushima Is Beyond Current Technology We reported in 2012 that top nuclear experts say that the technology doesn’t yet even exist to clean up Fukushima. Now, the head of the Fukushima nuclear plant and the head of decommissioning at … Continue reading

“The Chief Of The Fukushima Nuclear Power Station Has Admitted That The Technology Needed To Decommission Three Melted-Down Reactors Does Not Exist, And He Has No Idea How It Will Be Developed” was originally published on Washington's Blog

from Washington's Blog


Best government — governs least | Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote in an essay titled “Politics”: “The less government we have, the better.”

The post Best government — governs least appeared first on Intellihub.

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How Glasgow cut its murder rate in half by 'caring people into change'

Ten years ago, it was western Europe’s murder capital. How did the city face up to endemic knife and gang crime – and why did it discontinue a key programme?

Troubling Revelations: Roundup Herbicide Worsens Antibiotic-Resistance Already Fueled by Factory Farming

Scientific evidence demonstrating the harms associated with chemical-based agriculture and attendant confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) have stacked up fast and furiously over the past several weeks and months.

Four components of our current food system causing a wide array of health and environmental problems are genetically engineered (GE) crops, pesticides, CAFOs, and the routine use of antibiotics in livestock.

This includes problems like antibiotic-resistant disease, weed and pest resistance, water shortages, environmental pollution, and toxic exposure through foods that threaten your health from the ingredient glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup.

Here, I’ll review some of the latest research pertaining to these issues, and how GE crops, herbicides, CAFOs, and antibiotics are synergistically exacerbating the problems created by each individually.

Monday, April 6, 2015

John Oliver Flew to Russia to Interview Edward Snowden for One of the Best Clips You’ll See All Year

John Oliver recently discovered, much to his dismay, that many Americans still don’t know who Edward Snowden is or what he did. So the “Last Week Tonight” host did what any good political comedian would: He took a trip to Moscow to talk to the whistleblower.

from Truthdig: Drilling Beneath the Headlines


How America Became an Oligarchy

I was arrested 75 times: how violent policing destroys mental health

Audrey Watters on Doxxing

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Obama Declares National Emergency To Strip Americans Of Constitutional Rights

Under executive order, President Obama has declared a “national emergency.” In an apparent attempt to keep Americans from donating money to the likes of Edward Snowden, Obama signed the emergency declaration and executive order last week that bans Americans from donating money to suspected “cyber criminals.” It freezes the assets of suspected criminals and prohibits […]

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UPDATED: State Official Comes to School to Ask 13-Year-Old About Her Feelings, Parents, Periods

UPDATE: An informed reader explained that the NoSNP blog I quote here is not against the Named Person initiative per se, but the the party promoting it. Thank you for the correction! I have fixed it in this post. . Kids in dire straits, beaten or starved by their parents, desperately need help and I […]

from Free Range Kids


The End of History, Part II [AP US History distortions]

(Snip) The framework requires that all questions take up sweeping issues, such as “group identity,” which leaves little place for transcendent individuals. Men and women who were once studied as inspirational figures have become examples of trends, and usually not uplifting ones. The immigrant story that the exam tells is of oppressed people escaping to America only to find more oppression. That many came seeking the Promised Land—and found it here—is no longer part of the narrative. (Snip)

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Fukushima - the world's radiation nightmare

(NaturalNews) Fukushima is Japan's and the world's radiation nightmare that will not go away in our lifetimes nor our children's or grandchildren's. The Fukushima nuclear power plant is hemorrhaging radioactive toxic waste into the ocean and though we are told not to panic, nor even...



GMOs vs artifical selection, and why Neil Degrasse Tyson and Bill Nye don't know what they're talking about -

Obama Chooses Six Cities to Test Federal Police Scheme

Pretty soon the lines are going to be so blurry, it's all going to be "law enforcement" with no local, state, or federal qualifier...

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