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by Sarah Goodyear

February 9, 2016

The State of Jefferson rebels that want to secede from northern California are "a bunch of Bible-thumpin', gun-totin', wild-eyed pistol-wavers." And that's how one of their supporters describes them.

Pull onto the freeway leaving the San Francisco International Airport, and you recognize the California from the movies: palm trees, speeding traffic, the glitter of the big city on the bay, the extended slog of suburbia. You may think you're already in Northern California, but you'd be wrong. You'll understand just how wrong by the time you reach your destination. It's not long before the landscape opens up and flattens out. This is the Sacramento River Delta, the rich farmland where they grow rice and almonds, tomatoes and alfalfa, sucking up vast amounts of water coming from the north. A roadside trailer flashes past, painted with the message that Jesus bled and died for you.

ijreview.com

by Chris Martin

February 8, 2016

While advanced technology is often a good thing, there is almost always a way for unscrupulous individuals to separate law-abiding citizens from their money or property.

One of the most common ways that criminals use technology for their benefit is ATM skimmers. These skimmers are designed to steal the information on (or associated with) your debit or credit cards.

naturalnews.com

by J. D. Heyes

February 8, 2016

You have to hand it to Maine's unorthodox, independent-minded governor: He is unique, and his approach - while somewhat bizarre to some people - is a breath of fresh air to a majority of state residents who elected him.

Gov. Paul LePage, who is a Republican, said recently that he believes his state should revive the guillotine to decapitate drug dealers. But it was what he said after that which got the site's attention; he appeared to imply that Maine residents should attack drug dealers as well.

naturalnews.com

by Daniel Barker

February 8, 2016

California health authorities are increasingly applying police state measures by forcing vaccinations and practicing genetic discrimination - violating constitutional principles and privacy rights.

The state's schools are now being penalized financially for not enforcing mandatory vaccinations; meanwhile children are being expelled for having a genetic predisposition to certain diseases - even when they don't actually have the diseases in question. Despite much controversy and outrage over California's vaccination laws, it seems that now health officials are emboldened to push even more authoritarian measures regarding the 'health' of the state's citizens.

Personal Liberty Alerts

February 4, 2016

Fraud always operates under the color of law. Look for fraud anywhere. You will find it in government, in politics, in religion, in money, in finance, and absolutely in organized medicine. Being alert for fraud is not paranoia, but survival.

Fraud and deceit has carried teeming millions to an early grave. Just think of the millions of young boys and men who have died in phony wars camouflaged with propaganda. And just think of the millions of men, women and children who have suffered a living hell and then were sent to an early grave at the hands of "orthodox medicine."

timesunion.com

February 1, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Gov. Mary Fallin is proposing a new $120 million bond issue to repair and renovate Oklahoma's nearly 100-year-old state Capitol.

Two years ago, state lawmakers approved a $120 million bond issue to repair the Capitol. Fallin says the bond money helped builders launch the project but that contractors have said they think it will take another $120 million to complete the work. Fallin says interest rates remain low and the new bond wouldn't be issued until 2018, when 40 percent of the state's existing bond principal rolls off the books.

thedenverchannel.com

by John Ferrugia, Catherine Shelley, Sandra Barry

January 31, 2016

Former Department of Human Services caseworker, Rotchana Madera, charged with multiples felonies in fatal child abuse case.

Natalee was admitted to the hospital on July 27, 2014 with skull fractures, and died four days later. Her mother, Kelsy Newell-Skinner, was charged in her death. Madera resigned from DHS shortly after Natalee was hospitalized.

knoxnews.com

by Jamie Satterfield

January 31, 2016

JACKSBORO, Tenn. -- Two children were taken from their home this week and kept from their parents for four days after a judge ordered so without a hearing or legal cause, according to statements in court Friday.

As their parents wept, 8th Judicial Circuit Judge John McAfee ordered the children, ages 15 and 3, returned home, declared the actions of the judge who ordered them taken "improper" and removed her from the family's case.

medicalkidnap.com

by Health Impact News/medicalkidnap.Com Staff

January 31, 2016

Cody and Ashley Miller of Kentucky took their sick 5-month old baby Easton to the Emergency Room of Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tennessee late Saturday evening, September 26, 2015.

Ashley said that a hospital social worker came to talk to her and her husband, Cody, for what Ashley assumed was for comfort and reassurance since they just found out that their baby had a heart murmur and fractures. Ashley recalls the hospital social worker explained that she wasn't there for "legal matters," but that she was more of a "support" since they had just found out that baby Easton had a heart murmur, and she further explained that she "talks to all the cancer patients and such people that find out horrible life situations."

wjhl.com

by Nate Morabito

January 28, 2016

A former Child Protective Services investigator will now spend the next two years on probation after pleading guilty to forging records in a child death investigation, according to Sullivan County Assistant District Attorney Julie Canter.

During Cathy Agnew's sentencing hearing in Sullivan County today she received some support from a former Tennessee Department of Children's Services colleague. According to court records, one of DCS' assistant general counsels wrote a letter of support praising Agnew's past service; a document her attorney referenced today in court.

      
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