Tuesday - Jul 16, 2019

COLUMN

  • California Mom fighting for Sex Ed transparency succeeds in getting her bill to Senate hearing

    California Mom fighting for Sex Ed transparency succeeds in getting her bill to Senate hearing

    by Greg Burt A sex-ed transparency bill, authored by Senator Mike Morrell, is heading to the Senate Educa-tion Committee next week, yet its real author is first-time, citizen legislator Denise Pursche. This bay-area mother of three never intended to write a bill when she asked Mt. Diablo Unified School District for the sexuality lessons her

  • The metaphysical dream and reality

    The metaphysical dream and reality

    by Jon Rappoport Hard showers of rain, sky clearing, warming temperatures, then cold, snow, quickly followed by the budding greenery of spring…a collision of seasons… I was walking in the woods and came to a small cottage. The door was open. There was just one room. The walls were lined with shelves, and books filled

  • Covert chemical warfare: 100,000 deaths a year

    Covert chemical warfare: 100,000 deaths a year

    by Jon Rappoport Medical News Today reports that, in 2011, there was a modest uptick in the number of prescriptions written in the US. The increase brought the total to: 4.02 billion. Yes, in 2011, doctors wrote 4.02 billion prescriptions for drugs in America. That’s an average of roughly 13 prescriptions for each man, woman,

  • The great big Autism obfuscation

    The great big Autism obfuscation

    by Jon Rappoport “How is a self-contained world built? Well, you can take a major situation which has an obvious cause, and then relabel the situation with a new name and say the cause is unknown. Then you can claim you’re looking for the cause, and you can keep looking and stalling for 50 years.”

  • Why are Guatemalans seeking asylum? US policy is to blame

    Why are Guatemalans seeking asylum? US policy is to blame

    by Gabriel M Schivone The death of seven-year-old Jakelin Caal in US custody follows decades of US-sponsored devastation in her home countryA grainy cellphone image from a small indigenous Guatemalan village shows seven-year-old Jakelin Amei Rosmery Caal Maquin, wearing a blue blouse and jeans and looking diffidently into the camera with her arms hanging at

  • How Government-Guaranteed Student Loans Killed the American Dream for Millions

    How Government-Guaranteed Student Loans Killed the American Dream for Millions

    When government-guaranteed checks keep rolling in, there’s no incentive for colleges and universities to lower their prices. In fact, they do the opposite. by Daniel Kowalski In Basic Economics, Thomas Sowell wrote that prices are what tie together the vast network of economic activity among people who are too vastly scattered to know each other.

  • The deeper reason for drug ads on television

    The deeper reason for drug ads on television

    by Jon Rappoport Television viewers are inundated with drug ads from Big Pharma. It’s a flood. Have you ever heard of these drugs? Otezla, Xeljanz, Namzaric, Keytruda, Breo, Cosentyz? Not likely. If you have, do you know what conditions they treat? Highly unlikely. But there they are, splashed in commercials. Why? Who is going to

  • Two down, one to go – court rulings pile up against citizenship question

    Two down, one to go – court rulings pile up against citizenship question

    An Interview with Thomas Saenz by Pilar Marrero, La Opinion & Ethnic Media Services Editor’s Note: Two federal judges recently ruled against the Trump administration’s plans to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. Thomas Saenz, President and General Counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), is lead co-counsel on