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mercurynews.com

by Maryclaire Dale

July 6, 2015

Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he got Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with, and he admitted giving the sedative to at least one woman.

The AP had gone to court to compel the release of the documents from the deposition in a sexual abuse lawsuit filed by former Temple University employee Andrea Constand -- the first of a cascade of sexual abuse lawsuits against him. Cosby's lawyers had objected on the grounds that it would embarrass their client.

trust.org

by Carey Gillam

July 2, 2015

The White House on Thursday directed the three U.S. agencies that oversee biotech crop products to improve and modernize their regulatory "framework" to boost public confidence in a system that critics call a failure.

The order, announced in a statement by President Barack Obama's Office of Science and Technology Policy, followed demands by consumers, food-related organizations and businesses for tighter U.S. regulation of genetically modified (GMO) crops, amid a nationwide debate over whether they should be labeled. Biotech crops are regulated through the government's "coordinated framework" that involves APHIS, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

talkingpointsmemo.com

by Naomi Koppel

July 2, 2015

Nicholas Winton, a humanitarian who almost single-handedly saved more than 650 Jewish children from the Holocaust, earning himself the label "Britain's Schindler," has died. He was 106.

Son-in-law Stephen Watson said Winton died on Wednesday. The Rotary Club of Maidenhead, of which Winton was a former president, said his daughter Barbara and two grandchildren were at his side. Winton arranged trains to carry children from Nazi-occupied Prague to Britain, battling bureaucracy at both ends and saving them from almost certain death - and then kept quiet about his exploits for a half-century.

westernjournalism.com

June 23, 2015

The very name 'Child Protective Services' denotes that they are supposed to protect the child. According to Nehemiah Flynt, author of Legal Discrimination, it is all a huge lie we have been told.

He contends that he discovered in time that it was all a lie. A few children actually did come from homes where abuse or neglect of some sort happened. Most of the children were not from that type of situation, though. According to Flynt, most of the children that came through his door were taken from their homes for reasons that seemed too innocuous to even involve CPS. Some of these reasons include: parents arguing in public, a child punching a wall, or parents too scared to make their children attend school.

news4jax.com

by Wjxt

June 23, 2015

A 23-year-old woman faces charges of interfering with custody after fleeing from child protective services investigators who were trying to take the child.

The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that a Bunnell police officer contacted Jasmine Lee Sloan about an hour later. She agreed to surrender the child Thursday night and was taken to the Flagler County Jail, where she remained Saturday on a $10,000 bond.

finance.townhall.com

June 22, 2015

The NPR claims the most common job in 29 of 50 US states is truck driving. This seems a bit overboard, and depends on how jobs are categorized, but here is the chart.

It should be clear at a glance just how dependent the American economy is on truck drivers. According to the American Trucker Association, there are 3.5 million professional truck drivers in the US, and an additional 5.2 million people employed within the truck-driving industry who don't drive the trucks. That's 8.7 million trucking-related jobs.

finance.townhall.com

by Mike Shedlock

June 22, 2015

The NPR claims the most common job in 29 of 50 US states is truck driving. This seems a bit overboard, and depends on how jobs are categorized, but here is the chart.

It should be clear at a glance just how dependent the American economy is on truck drivers. According to the American Trucker Association, there are 3.5 million professional truck drivers in the US, and an additional 5.2 million people employed within the truck-driving industry who don't drive the trucks. That's 8.7 million trucking-related jobs.

edgytruth.com

by Edgytruth

June 9, 2015

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is making the rounds once again, speaking on behalf of those who want to maintain the right to choose whether or not to vaccinate...

"I ate breakfast last week with the president of a network news division and he told me that during non-election years, 70% of the advertising revenues for his news division come from pharmaceutical ads. And if you go on TV any night and watch the network news, you'll see they become just a vehicle for selling pharmaceuticals. He also told me that he would fire a host who brought onto his station a guest who lost him a pharmaceutical account."  So of course this influences the mainstream media to see and cover vaccine issues with extreme bias. But even furthermore, this contaminates anything they say even in regard to depression, erectile dysfunction, mammograms, etc. This is horrible.

desmogblog.com

by Farron Cousins

June 7, 2015

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.

theantimedia.org

by Claire Bernish

June 4, 2015

Yes, you read that right. Warrants have been issued for four people under suspicion of cheering for family and friends at a high school graduation.

Four people in Senatobia, Mississippi have been served with arrest warrants and are facing possible $500 fines and/or up to six months in jail - for cheering at a high school graduation ceremony. "They yelled out and they excessively celebrated during the calling of names," said Superintendent Jay Foster, who pressed charges afterwards on grounds of 'disturbing the peace'. "When you make a conscious decision to disrupt that for that individual, what is too harsh?" Is this a rhetorical question?

      
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