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ageofautism.com

by Dan Olmsted

February 25, 2014

Here's something worth knowing about the cluster of "polio-like illnesses" identified by doctors in the San Francisco area: Some of the first outbreaks of actual poliomyletis in the United States more than a century ago happened in the same area.

s history repeating itself? Are more cases on the way, and not just in California? It's a question worth asking, and far more important to public health than headline-grabbing measles and whooping cough outbreaks. But don't hold your breath, because the real answer may say more about the nature of modern illness than most mainstream medical "experts" would care to consider.

Big Journalism

by Liberty Chick

December 16, 2011

Recently, the U.S Census Bureau released a report that creates a new designation of "low income" in order to "better reflect the distribution of poverty in the US."

The Associated Press ran with a headline, "Census shows 1 in 2 people are poor or low-income," and scores of other media outlets followed suit with equally dire ledes. In NJ, one outlet reported, "Census: Nearly half of Americans live in poverty," while Russia Today reported that "Half of America is officially poor." But analysts at the U.S. Census Bureau district office in Los Angeles are reporting today that perhaps journalists misunderstood. and over 300 online news reports simply got the story wrong.

npr.org

by Mark Memmott

June 7, 2013

Fresh reports about the massive amount of electronic data that the nation's spy agencies are collecting "raise profound questions about privacy" because of what they say about how such information will be collected in the future.

And Glenn Greenwald, the activist/blogger/journalist who has been breaking stories this week in The Guardian about what the National Security Agency, FBI and other agencies are doing, said on Morning Edition that he believes the National Security Agency hopes to create a "worldwide surveillance net that allows it to monitor what all human beings are doing." Meanwhile, as we reported Thursday night, the Obama administration's director of national intelligence says the intelligence agencies work "within the constraints of the law to collect, analyze and understand information related to potential threats to our national security." In a statement, James Clapper added that "the intelligence community is committed to respecting the civil liberties and privacy of all American citizens."

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

January 22, 2013

DNA, normally structured as a double helix, has been seen in a "quadruple helix" form in human cells and could be related to cancer, British researchers say.

The double helix has been considered the normal form of DNA for 60 years, since researchers James Watson and Francis Crick described the way two long chemical chains wound up around each other to encode the information that cells need to build and maintain our bodies. A four-stranded version scientists have been able to produce in test tubes for a number of years has now been found in human cells for the first time, the BBC reported Monday.

Big Journalism

by John Nolte

December 5, 2011

To anyone paying attention, the so-called Birther, or birth certificate controversy, surrounding those misguided rumors that questioned whether or not President Obama had been born in this country, was a controversy both Obama and his MSM allies loved and maliciously stoked to keep alive. For them, it was a beautiful issue that gave them a racial brush with which to tar all Republicans and, better still, it worked as the perfect distraction to keep conservatives off message and on defense.

CNS News

by Matt Cover

May 7, 2012

The "real" unemployment rate - a broader, more inclusive measure of the country's jobless picture than the one usually used - remained unchanged at 14.5 percent in April, as the economy created a paltry 115,000 jobs.

Known formally as the U-6 unemployment rate, this measure includes those formally counted as unemployed, those known to be marginally attached to the workforce, and those who are working part-time because they cannot find full-time work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the U-6 unemployment rate remained flat in April at 14.5 percent - meaning some 22.8 million people are either unemployed, have stopped looking for work, or need full-time work but can only find part-time employment.

ronpaul2012.com

December 26, 2011

For many Republican politicians, being a "conservative" is similar to flying American flags at a used car lot. It's not that used car salesman are extra-patriotic, they just know that such symbolism is good for business. For them, it's mere marketing.

The same is true of many "conservative" Republicans. Every Republican from Sen. Lindsey Graham to Mitt Romney claims to be a "conservative" these days, without having the slightest semblance of a voting record to back up such a claim. Ron Paul has always remembered and represented what it means to be an actual conservative within a Republican Party that has largely forgotten what that term means in any substantive way. NPR's John Nichols elaborates on this important point further: Ron Paul represents the ideology that Republican insiders most fear: conservatism. Not the corrupt, inside-the-beltway construct that goes by that name, but actual conservatism.

infowars.com

by Anthony Gucciardi

May 23, 2012

Do you eat real, organic food? If you do, you must be a jerk, according to a new ridiculous 'scientific study' that most likely has financial ties to factory farm corporations and junkfood makers across the planet.

Instead of discussing the wide variety of health benefits of eating real food - the kind made without harmful pesticides that actually make you stupid, the researchers use participants to show how 'eating organic can make you a jerk'. Now spanning the mainstream media headlines, the 'scientists' use the fact that those who eat organic are 'stingier with their volunteering' time as one of the reasons as to why it could 'make you a jerk'. What the scientists do not discuss, as it is much more serious and could potentially change the way that the public eats (and spends their money), is the serious illnesses associated with eating non-organic junk, almost always laced with pesticides and oftentimes genetically modified.

policemisconduct.net

by Tim Lynch

July 16, 2012

I MET her at 2 a.m. on a cold and windy morning in Washington, when she ran over to the outreach van to get a warm cup of coffee. Volunteers were offering condoms and health information to sex workers.

She took only two condoms, and I urged her to take more. She told me that although she was worried about H.I.V., she was more afraid of the police. A month earlier, she had been harassed by officers for carrying several condoms. They told her to throw them out. She thought if they picked her up with more than a couple of condoms again, she might be taken to jail on prostitution charges.

CNS News

by Derrik J. Lang

November 16, 2011

Link is getting a workout.

Unlike the button-mashing pursuits in previous installments of the popular Nintendo Co. franchise, "Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" is asking players to flick their wrists, wave their arms and move their hands with the gesture-recognizing Wii controller in order to guide spritely adventurer Link along an epic quest to find childhood sweetheart Zelda.

      
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