Monday - Feb 18, 2019

COLUMN

  • Gandhi still right after 90 years: Vaccines are toxic, unhealthy and ineffective

    Gandhi still right after 90 years: Vaccines are toxic, unhealthy and ineffective

    by L.J. Devon Train the body to depend on a vaccine and it will do just that. Train the body to face disease, build immunity through clean air, water and food, and you will build incredible strength, cognition and natural immunity. These are my observations over the past five years, ditching pharmaceuticals, while facing sickness

  • David Plouffe: What I got wrong about the election

    David Plouffe: What I got wrong about the election

    by David Plouffe Like many people around the world, I expected a comfortable Hillary Clinton victory on Tuesday. But I’m not a random pundit when it comes to understanding presidential races and the electorate – I managed one Obama presidential campaign and oversaw another from the White House. So of all the forecasts that got it wrong,

  • Obama threatens to veto military bill because it protests religious groups

    Obama threatens to veto military bill because it protests religious groups

    by Jack Burns The Free Thought Project Just after the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, the Free Thought Project spoke with a high-level FBI agent (retired). He said if Clinton wasn’t eventually indicted, it was almost certain there would be a data dump (click for related story) from within the

  • Masters and slaves: Can the world reject the rules of the game?

    Masters and slaves: Can the world reject the rules of the game?

    Will the 21st Century Invent a New Way of Living? by Iskander Valitov Originally appeared at RIA Novosti The hegemon’s failures and weaknesses are obvious The US has failed to achieve a majority of its geopolitical objectives. It failed to reduce the Russian economy to tatters; Assad is holding up; no one takes seriously the

  • 2016 – The year America realized the inevitable result of constantly choosing the “lesser of two evils”

    2016 – The year America realized the inevitable result of constantly choosing the “lesser of two evils”

    by Claire Bernish The Free Thought Project Election after election, Americans sat idly by as decent candidates who challenged the status quo were shunned and dismissed by the media as unelectable. All the while, demagogues on power trips were continually thrust into the limelight as the only viable options. Well, the chickens are finally coming

  • Washington has essentially declared war on Russia

    Washington has essentially declared war on Russia

    by Martin Berger Nobel Peace Prize laureate, US President Barack Obama has been steadfastly pursuing a policy of armed interventions and conflicts across the globe longer and more extensively than any other president in recent US history. Now he’s sounding an advance against Russia, paying no heed to the fact that it may result in world war followed

  • When ‘liberty’ forces 18 girls into a single-stall shower room

    When ‘liberty’ forces 18 girls into a single-stall shower room

    by James Gottry In recent years, a common refrain accompanying nearly every demand for newly invented “rights” has been: “It doesn’t affect you, so you can’t be against it.” This claim—whether false or true, subjective or objective—has been played as the ultimate trump card. If you could not point to a direct, immediate, and significant

  • Can the 2016 election be rigged? You bet

    Can the 2016 election be rigged? You bet

    by Roger Stone News Analysis Donald Trump has said publicly that he fears the next election will be rigged. Based both on technical capability and recent history, Trump’s concerns are not unfounded. A recent study by Stanford University proved that Hillary Clinton’s campaign rigged the system to steal the nomination from Bernie Sanders. What was

  • Here they come again the corporate  lobbyists and their captive governments

    Here they come again the corporate lobbyists and their captive governments

    They try to wear down our resistance with one fake trade treaty after another by George Monbiot Is it over? Can it be true? If so, it’s a victory for a campaign that once looked hopeless, pitched against a fortress of political, corporate and bureaucratic power. TTIP – the transatlantic trade and investment partnership –

  • Why in heaven’s name aren’t teeth part of our health

    Why in heaven’s name aren’t teeth part of our health

    by Susan Sered The Conversation When we talk about the successes and shortcomings of the Affordable Care Act, and health care in the U.S. in general, little attention is given to dental care. While the ACA defines dental coverage as an essential benefit for those under 18, insurers aren’t required to offer dental coverage for adults.