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MSNBC

July 15, 2009

MADRID -- A Spanish woman believed to have become the world's oldest new mother when she gave birth at 66 has died at 69, leaving behind twin toddlers.

She devoted years to caring for her mother, who died at age 101. Then Maria del Carmen Bousada embarked on a quest to become a mom herself. She lied to a California fertility clinic to skirt its age limit, and later pointed to her mother's longevity as a reason to expect she'd be around to care for her kids.

dailymail.co.uk

by David Rose

September 14, 2013

A leaked copy of the world's most authoritative climate study reveals scientific forecasts of imminent doom were drastically wrong.

The Mail on Sunday has obtained the final draft of a report to be published later this month by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the ultimate watchdog whose massive, six-yearly 'assessments' are accepted by environmentalists, politicians and experts as the gospel of climate science. They are cited worldwide to justify swingeing fossil fuel taxes and subsidies for 'renewable' energy. Yet the leaked report makes the extraordinary concession that over the past 15 years, recorded world temperatures have increased at only a quarter of the rate of IPCC claimed when it published its last assessment in 2007.

The Daily Telegraph

September 21, 2010

AN Iowa man lived with a worm behind his eyeball for nine months according to local paper report.

After tests at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, doctors discovered the invasive creature and rushed Matthews into a treatment room where they shot a laser into his eyeball to kill the worm.

naturalnews.com

by Ethan A. Huff

August 12, 2013

Anyone who still supports the usurper-and-cheat Obama based on his agriculture "policies" has apparently not been paying any attention whatsoever to reality.

Contradicting nearly every promise he made on the campaign trail with regards to reforming American agriculture and kicking out the special interests, Obama has done the exact opposite of virtually everything he said he would do, filling key government positions in both agriculture and trade with executives from the chemical and biotechnology industries. With a legacy that is now substantially more corrupt than even that of Bush Jr., Obama has exposed himself as nothing more than a puppet and lapdog of corporate agriculture, having lied his way into the White House with promises of ending the reign of terror that corporations still hold over American agriculture. Rather than keep any of these promises, Obama instead decided to fortify the ranks of the very same corporate oligarchy that continues to promote unlabeled genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), toxic crop chemicals, environmentally-destructive monoculture, and other industrial systems.

mymotherlode.com

July 13, 2012

It's California according to a new study.

California has the worst credit rating of any state and the nation's worst credit rating record over the past 11 years. That's according to a new nationwide study by the Pew Center. It's based on the Standard and Poor's credit ratings and covers every year since 2001.

blogs.wsj.com

by Stephen L. Bernard

January 3, 2013

Don't be surprised if the biggest ratings firms believe it would have been better to go over the fiscal cliff than have Tuesday's 11th-hour budget deal approved by the U.S. Congress.

By the standards that the three largest ratings firms outlined in the lead-up to a year-end deadline to avoid $500 billion in automatic tax increases and spending cuts, the deal falls far short of what's needed to shore up the U.S. government's credit standing. The bill permanently extends current income-tax rates for households making less than $450,000 and postpones for two months negotiations over the sequestered spending cuts, but fails to address any long-term deficit-reduction plan.

nzherald.co.nz

by Shelley Bridgeman

July 16, 2012

I'm a fair weather purchaser of organic produce. If it's on the shelf at my local New World or fruit and vegetable store I always choose organic over nonorganic but I won't trek across town.

But my haphazard attitude towards buying organic produce evaporated in light of the 2012 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce released by US-based Environmental Working Group (EWG). This guide features a so called Dirty Dozen - a list of fruit and vegetables "most commonly contaminated with pesticides". The findings are based on an analysis of over 60,000 samples, and "nearly all the studies ... tested produce after it had been washed or peeled."

personalliberty.com

by United Press International, Inc.

May 22, 2012

Two Tennessee men face felony charges for allegedly vandalizing a McDonald's because their order was wrong and they were "cussed out" by the manager.

The Murfreesboro Police Department said Christopher Slate, 21, and Sean Mosey, 23, were charged with felony reckless endangerment and vandalism after they allegedly threw a brick and a piece of concrete through the restaurant's windows early Sunday, The Smoking Gun reported Tuesday.

policemisconduct.net

by Tim Lynch

September 18, 2012

Deputy shoots suspect seven times in the back...

gadsdentimes.com

by John Davidson

May 2, 2013

The widow of Inzer Allen Johnson is filing a wrongful death suit against the Rainbow City Police Department after Johnson was shot by officers on Nov. 17.

The suit, Debra Johnson vs. City of Rainbow City, accuses police of negligence, wantonness, police brutality and excessive force in wrongfully causing Johnson's death. Officers who responded were able to communicate with the man, Jenkins said then. At some point, the man, who still was armed, threatened officers and was shot, Jenkins said at that time. He was pronounced dead at a hospital. The attorney for the Johnson family, Julian McPhillips, disputed the account. He said while there was a disagreement at the time, it was about money and was minor.

      
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