Friday - Feb 22, 2019

COLUMN

  • New time. new life and the word ‘create’

    New time. new life and the word ‘create’

    by Jon Rappoport NoMoreFakeNews.com There are some people who hear the word CREATE and wake up, as if a new flashing music has begun. This lone word makes them see something majestic and untamed and astonishing. They feel the sound of a Niagara approaching. They suddenly know why they are alive. It happened to me

  • Confronting sugar addiction

    Confronting sugar addiction

      Most of us have felt the urge, the unstoppable craving driving us to seek out something sweet and devour it in a flash. That uncontrollable yen for cookies, cake or ice cream or that whole basket of bread calling to us to finish it off. Why do you overeat? Why does that cookie have

  • The Latinoamericanizacion of the United States politics

    The Latinoamericanizacion of the United States politics

      There’s a sea change taking place in poltics today, and it’s being led by Latinos, according to Roberto Lovato, a writer and a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley’s Center for Latino Policy Research. He spoke with New America Media editor Elena Shore. Where did Latino voters make a difference in Tuesday’s election? It’s important

  • Gruber’s goober: Obamacare deception

    Gruber’s goober: Obamacare deception

    by Jon Rappoport NoMoreFakeNews.com   Everybody knows Jonathan Gruber now. He was a consultant who helped frame the Obamacare law. He’s stated that that, yes, Obamacare has a tax in its provisions, and yes the public was deceived. Gruber: “This bill was written in a tortured way to make sure CBO did not score the

  • Prop 47: As California goes, so goes the nation

    Prop 47: As California goes, so goes the nation

      An earlier version of this column first appeared in The Conversation   This week, Californians resoundingly approved a ballot initiative—Proposition 47, the Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act—that will not only have a major impact on California’s prison population, but have significant resonance across the U.S. The initiative, which passed with 58.5 percent of the

  • Legalizing drugs could benefit the economy and save lives

    Legalizing drugs could benefit the economy and save lives

      Between 1920 and 1933 the US government prohibited alcohol, including a ban on production, transportation, sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages. The ban arose from America’s Protestant-inspired Temperance movement. At first, the movement pushed for moderation, but, after some time, they advocated for complete prohibition. Despite the organisation’s success, alcohol was readily available to a

  • Obama broke his promise to latinos

    Obama broke his promise to latinos

      When Barack Obama and I last sat down in 2006, I refused to shake his hand. Today, I still won’t. His announcement last weekend that he would delay executive action on immigration is his fifth broken promise to Latinos on this all-important issue for our community. He has been blind to the pain of

  • Preparing the ground for more whistleblowers

    Preparing the ground for more whistleblowers

      It’s possible we will get more whistleblowers coming out and admitting they covered up vaccine damage. In order to help prepare the ground, some education is required. This article is a backgrounder. The intention is to sweep aside the vaccine propagandists whose main thrust is: the US medical system is excellent, just fine, science

  • Police union commissar: if you resist, you should expect to die

    Police union commissar: if you resist, you should expect to die

      “We’ve heard a lot in the last number of weeks about what police officers can’t do, and what police officers shouldn’t do,” groused Patrick Lynch, designated spokesliar for the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, New York’s largest police union. “No one’s telling us what we are able to do, and what we should do, when we’re