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Franklin Graham Goes NUCLEAR on Obama Over His Rainbow White House, And It's Going Viral
by Franklin Graham
June 29, 2015
Unless one has been living under a rock for the past few days, you are no doubt aware of the society-changing decision made on Friday by the Supreme Court to grant marriage rights to same-sex couples.
What you may not be aware of though, is President Barack Obama's method of celebrating said decision Friday night, which was to use floodlights to bathe the White House in the rainbow colors of the gay pride movement.
Here's the Plan to Defend Your First Amendment Rights
by Sen. Mike Lee
What does the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling mean for people who believe marriage is the union of one man and one woman?
If five judges on the Supreme Court have pronounced, in a breathtaking presumption of power, that all 50 states must redefine marriage, what does that mean for the countless institutions within our civil society-churches and synagogues, charities and adoption agencies, counseling services and religiously affiliated schools-that are made up of American citizens who believe marriage is the union of one man and one woman?
All Aboard the Auschwitz Express: "People Don't Want to Believe It"
by Mac Slavo
June 24, 2015
While the signs are all around us and as clear as day to those paying attention, a large portion of our population, like that of Germany in the 1930's.
Any sensible person who takes the time to review the evidence must conclude that we are no longer living in a Constitutional Republic. We are, by all accounts, living in a modern day Police State influenced by corporate agendas, the almighty dollar, and the desire for power and control. It's happening right before our eyes - just as it has happened so many times throughout history.
Autistic Boy Gains Ability to Speak After Just 2 Days of Cannabis Oil Treatment
June 23, 2015
This story is yet another piece of evidence piling onto the mountain of support for cannabis oil and full marijuana legalization.
At 10 months of age, Kalel Santiago of Puerto Rico was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called neuroblastoma. He endured chemotherapy, radiation treatments, and surgery for two years - and survived. Then he was diagnosed with something permanent: severe autism that disabled him from speaking.
Shona Banda Faces Decades in Prison Because Her Son Questioned Anti-Pot Propaganda
June 22, 2015
In Live Free or Die, a 2010 memoir recounting how cannabis oil saved her life, Shona Banda emphasizes the importance of "self-taught knowledge," acquired by constantly asking questions and "looking at all of the angles of any information given."
Her son may have learned that lesson too well. Had he been less inquisitive, less prone to question authority, he might still be living with his mother, and she might not be facing criminal charges that could send her to prison for decades. Banda, a 38-year-old massage therapist who appeared in criminal court for the first time last week, is free on a $50,000 bond while her case is pending.
CDC caught lying about Big Pharma bribery and collusion
by J. D. Heyes
June 10, 2015
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once had a rather good reputation among Americans and the world, but that reputation continues to take hits as more information becomes available about how the agency functions and its ties to industry.
Once touted as an "independent" institution, a recent investigative report published in The BMJ (British Medical Journal) by associate editor Jeanne Lenzer calls into question the CDC's integrity. Notably, the report demonstrates how the agency has been less than honest in its publication of disclaimers in its own studies when stating that "they have no financial interests or other relationships with the manufacturers of commercial products."
Fresno lawmaker invokes concentration and internment camps at vaccine bill rally
by Jeremy B. White
June 9, 2015
During a rally against a California bill making vaccines mandatory for school children, a Republican lawmaker from Fresno galvanized the crowd by invoking forced interment camps.
Senate Bill 277 would make vaccination a condition of enrolling in private and public schools, which opponents have castigated for depriving children of an education. That argument temporarily derailed the bill in the Senate Education Committee and was featured prominently in Tuesday's rally.
Why Is The Media Ignoring Monsanto Lawsuit In Los Angeles?
June 7, 2015
Remember the Monsanto Lawsuit which was filed in Los Angeles last April? We reported it on April 25th. (here) - This week a class action suit was filed...
This week a class action suit was filed against Monsanto corporation in Superior Court of California. The main component of the lawsuit is claiming false advertising by Monsanto which provides advertising campaigns touting the safety of their main pesticide, Round Up. If you've seen the commercials, you would know how crazy it is.
Lawsuit Forces Government To Disclose Extent Of Offshore Fracking In Gulf of Mexico
by Farron Cousins
In August of last year, 21.6 million acres of the Gulf of Mexico were auctioned off to the dirty energy industry so that they could expand their offshore fracking activities.
As DeSmog's Steve Horn reported at that time, many of the leases sold by the government in August were located in the Lower Tertiary Basin, an area defined by hard-to-penetrate rock where the crude is located in deep water, making the practice of hydraulic fracturing exceptionally risky and prone to environmental disaster. It wasn't until the lease sale that the media - and the American public - became painfully aware of the fact that we know so little about what the industry is actually doing in the Gulf of Mexico. It was this lack of knowledge that led the Center for Biological Diversity to file a lawsuit against the government to compel them to release that info.
Whistleblower suit results in $3.6M settlement with N.J. medical facility
June 1, 2015
A New Jersey medical facility will pay $3.6 million to settlement a federal lawsuit over allegations that it billed for tests that weren't medically necessary, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman recently said.
Garden State Cardiovascular Specialists P.C., which operated several facilities in the sate under the name NJ MedCare and NJ Heart, allegedly sent in Medicare claims for certain cardiology diagnostic tests and procedures, external counterpulsation and cardiac catheterizations, which weren't necessary for the patients, Fishman said. The company's principals, Jasjit Walia and Preet Randhawa were also named in the lawsuit.
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