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Trump Jr walks out of book launch after heckling from supporters
The Sad, Sad State Of Virginia
Let’s Invade Mexico! (Another Entry in the Tourney of Damn Fool Ideas)
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THOUGHT POLICE: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter all ban any mention of “whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella as the Overton Window of allowable speech collapses
AKA Stone onered with stachoo in his/hers/its/whuts liknis
Landmark Bill Would Bar State from Enforcing Federal Red-Flag Gun Laws
CNN Accidentally Airs the BEST PRO-GUN Commercial EVER!
Rachael Maddow Has Been Happily Married For 20 Years
Mormon families fleeing Mexico after violent attack arrive in Arizona
Baby Trump’ Balloon Slashed at Alabama Appearance
BREAKING: Rep. Devin Nunes Releases Requested Witness List for Adam Schiff’s Show Trial, Including: Hunter Biden, Adam Schiff, Alexandra Chalupa and Eric Ciaramella
AGW Taunts, Brutalizes Old Man
Cop Kills Two Innocent Girls, Gets Off Scot Free and Was Just Elected Mayor
Another Drug-War Massacre
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Trump 'regularly stumbles, slurs and gets confused'
The Bloomberg Factor
Time for Some Drano in the Swamp
Gov. Ralph Northam confirms Virginia already 'working on' gun confiscation now that Democrats are in control
Study confirms TV industry is pushing homosexuality on network TV more and more each year…
Ohio detective dies after being shot twice in face during drug raid, police say
The Sissifying of America Continues (“Beat them, but not too badly” has no place in sports.)
AmericaÂ’s Largest Health Insurer Is Giving Apartments to Homeless People
Fake WhistleblowerÂ’s Lawyer Outs the Coup dÂ’etat in a Tweet
Federal judge strikes down rule allowing clinicians to object to abortions for moral or religious reasons
Oops! ADAM SCHIFF Accidentally Leaks Name of Anti-Trump Â‘WhistleblowerÂ” Eric Ciaramella in Bill TaylorÂ’s Transcript!
“It’s Going to Be Devastating. It’s Going to Ruin Careers” – Joe diGenova: IG Report Delayed Due to Durham Grand Jury – Several Obama DOJ Officials Will Be Indicted (VIDEO)
Social Media Increasingly Conduit for Surveillance and Voter Manipulation
Was he Lee ... was he PaTsy --- Was he Trying To Tell us someThing !
While You Slept, Government Created Internal Passports
Viral Meme Campaign Keeps Jeffrey Epstein Story Alive
Cop Charged after Allegedly Filming Himself Masturbate at a Concert Just Before Punching a Man
Woman Fights Back Against Charges for Using Cannabis to Treat Her Illness—and She WON
‘How did you kill Jeffrey Epstein?’ Hillary Clinton bursts into laughter over dead body joke… again
Fox News Poll: 49 percent favor impeaching Trump (BS)
Watch OAN reporter knock on Eric Ciaramella’s front door…
Death by Design
The Other '80s Blade Runner Movie
New York's Place as America's Fine-Dining Mecca in Jeopardy As City Bans Foie Gras
Brave, Compassionate Officer Tells "Why I Wear the Badge"
Bible verses about purgatory
Rage With The Machine? 90's Resistance Band Reunites To Do Establishment Bidding In 2020
$1 million in First Spouse gold coins wrongly sent for destruction (Fake News)
Video Shows Cop Jump Family’s Fence, Kill Dog in Front of 10 yo Girl
RaTcliffe ... raTs ouT --- The Schiff show…
The Deep State Has Been Redefined as "Career Bureaucrats Doing Their Patriotic Duty"
ROLLING STONES "WAITING FOR A FRIEND" **POP-UP VIDEO**, 1981
"Space Satellite" Crashes To Earth (Balloon & Tether still attached)
You may not believe this, but Greta Thunberg’s no air travel plan has hit a (hilarious) snag
AmericaÂ’s Largest Health Insurer Is Giving Apartments to Homeless People
Post Date: 2019-11-07 11:31:38 by Anthem
In 1986, Congress enacted a law to bar hospitals from turning away patients who are unable to pay. Any hospital with an emergency room that participates in federal health programs must evaluate and stabilize every patient who comes through the door, including those who are uninsured, indigent, addicted to drugs, or mentally ill. No institution has a similar obligation to ensure that those people have a safe place to sleep. As a society, weve effectively decided that people shouldnt die on the street, but its acceptable for them to live there. There are more than half a million homeless in the U.S., about a third of them unshelteredthat is, living on streets, under ...
Should You Get A Flu Shot?
Post Date: 2019-10-21 05:54:05 by Deckard
Just as you can be sure that the sun rises in the East and sets in the West, you can count on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to encourage everybody to receive the flu vaccine. Folks, this is flu season. Here is the 2019 CDC campaign to convince us all to the get the flu shot: However, before you rush off to receive the flu vaccine, let me share some information with you. Last year, while the CDC was heavily promoting the flu vaccine for everybody, the flu vaccine was found to be ineffective for the vast majority who received it. This is shown in the Table below (data from CDC). Age RangeAdjusted vaccine EffectivenessOverall29%6 months to 8 ...
Another Narrative Collapse — Eating Meat is not Ritualistic Suicide
Post Date: 2019-10-03 10:37:45 by Deckard
Ive been on some form of low-carb diet since the 1990s. If not for a few years of intense martial arts training and that dietary switch, I would have likely ended up with type-II diabetes. And well on my way to the grave. I know, some of you are thinking, Mores the pity. Fair enough. But, the truth is that once my wife and I started down that path and our health rapidly improved there was no going back. I clearly remember an early article in, of all places, the Gainesville Sun talking about how butter may not be bad for you. That planted a seed and things went from there. We started with Dr. Atkins. Then we moved on to books like Neanderthin ...
First vaping-related death in Nebraska brings national death toll to at least 15
Post Date: 2019-10-01 08:07:40 by Gatlin
A vaping-related death in Nebraska has brought the national death toll from lung illnesses linked to e-cigarette use to at least 15 people. The state's first vaping death comes amid more than 800 cases of the lung illness that have been reported across the country. Nebraska's Department of Health and Human Services did not identify the person who died but said the individual was over 65 years old and from the Douglas County area. The state's epidemiologist Dr. Tom Safranek said Monday that vaping-associated lung injuries were unreported and not tracked by public health agencies prior to the emergence of hundreds of cases across the country in recent weeks. What are Dank ...
Just A Handful Of Nuts May Help Keep Us From Packing On The Pounds As We Age
Post Date: 2019-10-01 07:50:31 by Gatlin
Eating a handful of almonds, walnuts, peanuts or any type of nut on a regular basis may help prevent excessive weight gain and even lower the risk of obesity, new research suggests. It may be that substituting healthy nuts for unhealthy snacks is a simple strategy to ward off the gradual weight gain that often accompanies aging, according to the researchers. Nuts also help us feel full longer, which might offset cravings for junk food. Researchers looked at the diet and weight of more than 280,000 adults taking part in three long-term research studies. Over more than 20 years of monitoring, participants were asked every four years about their weight and, among other things, how often, ...
Transgender Puberty Blocking Drug Linked To Thousands Of Deaths, FDA Data Reveals
Post Date: 2019-09-27 13:09:01 by Tooconservative
More than 6,300 adults have died from reactions to a drug that is used as a puberty blocker in gender-confused children, Food & Drug Administration data reportedly shows. Between 2012 and June 30 of this year, the FDA documented over 40,764 adverse reactions suffered by patients who took Leuprolide Acetate (Lupron), which is used as a hormone blocker. More than 25,500 reactions logged from 2014-2019 were considered serious, including 6,370 deaths, The Christian Post reported on Thursday.Lupron is being prescribed off-label for use in children who have been diagnosed with gender dysphoria despite the lack of formal FDA approval for that ...
Trinity Broadcasting Network - Benefits of CBD
Post Date: 2019-09-23 05:38:17 by Deckard
God made plants for the betterment of humans. Jordan and Josh talk about the benefits of a revolutionary plant, and have made it available in supplement and protein drink form.(Video at the link. You need to register - Free)
Vapers seek relief ... by turning to cigarettes
Post Date: 2019-09-16 16:43:09 by A Pole
Lucas McClain started smoking cigarettes in high school but switched to vaping after he heard e-cigarettes were a safer alternative. ... Now 21, McClain wants to quit so badly that hes turning back to the problem he fled in the first place: good old-fashioned cigarettes. ... Even though McClain knows the dangers of cigarettes lung cancer runs in his family he thinks it might be easier to kick cigarettes than his Juul. Plus, his mom keeps warning him about the mysterious vaping-related illnesses that have sickened hundreds across the country. So last month, McClain bought his first pack of cigarettes in years. Then he tweeted about it. ... Some are turning back to ...
Psychedelic Science Just Got a Big Boost
Post Date: 2019-09-12 07:58:10 by Deckard
The accelerating field of psychedelic research just got turbocharged. Thanks to a group of private donors, one of the nation's premier universities is moving forward with plans for what's believed to be the first such research center in the country and the largest of its kind in the world.Psilocybin-containing magic mushrooms. (Greenoid/Flickr)Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore will use $17 million in initial funding to create the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research, the university announced last week. The center will focus on the impact of psychedelics on behavior, brain biology and function, learning and memory, and mood.The move comes as renewed scientific ...
Is Vaccine Safety Too Dangerous for Us to Discuss?
Post Date: 2019-09-04 11:14:46 by Deckard
Recently, the news and opinion site HuffPost removed an article that had been up for more than six years. The piece, titled Government Concedes Vaccine-Autism Case in Federal Court Now What? was published in January of 2013, and dealt with a case in which the US governments Court of Federal Claims conceded that routine vaccination had aggravated a childs underlying condition and led to that child developing features of autism spectrum disorder. Now, the following statement appears in place of that article: A previous blog post published on this site has been removed in the interest of public health. The article expressed the sole opinion of its ...
Could CANNABIS be the Key to Curing Pancreatic Cancer?
Post Date: 2019-08-22 09:27:14 by Deckard
Tumors disappeared in 70% of mice treated with a pot compound, Harvard study revealsCannabis could hold a key to fighting pancreatic cancer one of the deadliest forms suggests recent Harvard University research. Scientists there tested the effects of marijuana-derived compounds called flavonoids on pancreatic cancer cells in petri dishes and on animals with the disease. Pancreatic cancer is one of the hardest-to-treat forms of the disease, killing 93 percent of sufferers within five years. Flavonoids treatment killed all the tumor cells in 70 percent of mice with pancreatic cancer that the researchers tested for the study, published in the journal Frontiers of Oncology last ...
Psychedelic Drugs Are Finally Being Used to Treat Depression in US Hospitals
Post Date: 2019-08-20 05:55:06 by Deckard
The Mind Unleashed by Elias Marat As the country increasingly sheds its prohibitionist stereotypes and misconceptions about psychedelic drugs, scientists and psychiatrists are increasingly embracing their potent qualities as game-changers in the fight to treat mental health disorders. The new trend unfolding across the U.S. has converted drugs like ketamineonce known primarily as a recreational drug used at raves and underground concertsinto a powerful tool for mental health professionals in the Midwest, according to the Times of Northwest Indiana. Dr. Joseph Fanelli, a psychiatrist who is the medical director for behavioral health ...
The biggest source of salmonella outbreaks? It's clucking in U.S. backyards
Post Date: 2019-07-30 13:28:43 by Tooconservative
Backyard poultry flocks are increasingly popular among Americans looking to grow some of their own food and give their children a learning experience, but many are misinformed about how to do so safely.The backyard trend is linked to 768 salmonella-related illnesses so far this year -- including two deaths -- but the actual tally is far higher, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Misperceptions abound about safely caring for chickens, hens, turkeys and ducks, but the CDC is hoping to help educate the public on simple steps that can offset the illnesses, nearly a quarter involving children. From tainted pre-cut melons to pig-ear dog treats, there's been a ...
Big Pharma blood pressure drugs found laced with cancer-causing chemical; but FDA says don’t stop taking them
Post Date: 2019-07-29 06:20:19 by Deckard
For years, weve warned that Big Pharmas business model is a repeat business racket that profits from sickness and disease. We also know that cancer is a multi-billion-dollar industry that generates huge profits from the repeat business of cancer therapies such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Now comes news that a popular blood pressure drug sold by Novartis has been found to be laced with a cancer-causing chemical known as dimethylformamide. A pharmacy warned the Food and Drug Administration that it found a chemical believed to cause cancer in a widely used blood pressure medication, according to a filing from the federal agency, ...
MDMA Shown to Help Alcoholics Shake Addiction in New Study
Post Date: 2019-07-22 08:31:13 by Deckard
Scientists are now finally getting a chance to gather information about how psychedelics affect our bodies and minds after many decades of finding themselves limited and restricted by the conditions of the drug war. In a recent study conducted by researchers at Imperial College London, four alcoholics were given MDMA to assist in therapy sessions, and all four of them stopped drinking after the 8-week trial. In the study, the participants underwent therapy sessions every single week, but during one of those sessions each month, the patients would take a pure dose of MDMA. The test subjects varied in age and background, and included a 54-year-old mother of three, a 34-year-old father of ...
Mom who chose CBD to treat her daugher after chemo didn't work being chased by the State.
Post Date: 2019-06-13 05:55:19 by Deckard
WILSONVILLE, Ore. Wilsonville police are asking for help from the public as they search for a 13-year-old girl.Kylee J. Dixon takes medication and needs medical care, police say.Authorities believe Kylees mother, Christina Gale Dixon, ignored a court order to take Kylee to the Department of Human Services. The two are believed to be on the Oregon Coast, possibly in the Newport or Otter Rock areas. A friend of Christina and Kylee Dixon told KGW that Kylee has cancer. Christina was using CBD and other holistic treatments to care for her daughter at home when the state intervened.Christina never told me that she was planning on doing this, said Erin ...
Pediatrician on How Transgender Propaganda Harms Children
Post Date: 2019-06-12 15:49:52 by Hondo68
Dr. Michelle Cretella, a pediatrician and executive director of The American College of Pediatricians explains how leftist activist groups infiltrate schools, libraries, and even medical societies with transgender propaganda targeted at children. She then explains the irreversible sterilization and long term medical risks that can come from puberty blockers and gender reassignment surgery.
Poster Comment: The voters elect the D&R party pervs, and then gov funding for the perv agenda. Austin Petersen & Augustus Invictus 2020 Hate all gov, especially D&R party pervs.
Cell phone tower to be removed from school grounds in Sacramento after several children get cancer
Post Date: 2019-06-04 10:08:29 by Deckard
SaveSprint was forced to shut down a cellphone tower that was located outside of a school in the suburbs of Sacramento, California. The tower location became a topic of controversy in recent years, as numerous children in the school have developed cancer. At least 4 students at a San Joaquin County elementary school have gotten cancer since the cell tower was installed, and after a while, many of the parents began pointing the finger at Sprint. Monica Ferrulli, the mother of one of the children diagnosed with cancer, says that her son's doctors have indicated that this specific type of cancer is caused by something the patient was exposed to in their environment. "We ...
Study: FDA is responsible for up to 73 million deaths since 2005
Post Date: 2019-05-22 07:29:21 by Deckard
In the field of medicine, the Food and Drug Administration is the most influential organization in the world. Many nations look to the FDA for leadership and advice. Unfortunately, that power has amplified the damage done by the Washington DC-based, mammoth bureaucracy. Many leading experts in the food and healthcare industry agree: the FDA is responsible for an immeasurable amount of pain and suffering world-wide. According to the FDA, around 862,000 people have died because of FDA-approved drugs, vaccines, and devices since 2005. However, also according to the FDA, their statistics are definitely far from accurate. A former FDA Commissioner even admitted to underreporting numbers by ...
Study: Compounds in Cannabis Found to Inhibit the Growth of Cancer Cells in the Colon
Post Date: 2019-05-18 05:34:28 by Deckard
Does cannabis cure cancer? If you were to believe the pharmaceutical industry and their mainstream media pawns, the answer would be an emphatic No. According to them, the health benefits of cannabis are nothing more than myths conjured up by hopeful stoners. Yet, there are countless stories of people whove successfully treated any number of debilitating health conditions with cannabis ranging from cancer to seizure disorders. After years of tight regulations hampering research, scientists are now beginning to take a closer look at the purported benefits of cannabis, and what theyre finding is that this plant medicine really works. Recent research ...
Republicans’ Love of Healthcare Socialism
Post Date: 2019-04-17 18:57:56 by Hondo68
While Republicans continue to profess their opposition to socialism, their love of socialism is being demonstrated in the healthcare arena. Do you remember when they were campaigning for control over Congress and the presidency with full-throated calls to repeal Obamacare? Not anymore. According to an article in the Washington Post, Republicans have come to love and adore President Obamas signature achievement as president. More important, of course, is their deep-seated, unwavering devotion to Medicare and Medicaid, the two socialist programs enacted during the leftist regime of President Lyndon Johnson.The Posts article states:Even Republicans who ...
The Measles Couldn’t Kill the Brady Bunch (Episode memory-holed by CBS/Hulu)
Post Date: 2019-04-03 06:45:24 by Deckard
Poster Comment: Brady Bunch Anti-Vaccine Episode Is There a Doctor In the House? Is Very Scary An episode of the 1960s sitcom The Brady Bunch has been quietly scrubbed from official streaming channels, and its connection with anti-vax propaganda. It appears that CBS has pulled the Brady Bunch episode Is There a Doctor In the House? from official streaming channels like CBS All-Access and Hulu. Its not clear how long this episode has been unavailable for streaming, but its very clearly gone.Comment from the site:That's why they call them childhood diseases, you're meant to get them as a child because it's much, ...
Stossel: The Breakfast Myth
Post Date: 2019-04-03 04:19:25 by Deckard
People claim breakfast is the "most important meal of the day. But it's not. You've probably heard about how it's critical to eat breakfastthat it may have health benefits, and even help you lose weight. John Stossel looks at the evidence with nutritionist Ruth Kava, and finds that there's no proof of any of those things. For example, people push breakfast because, as one cereal maker's ad puts it, "a study from none other than Harvard University states that men who regularly skip breakfast have a 27% higher risk of suffering a heart attack." That's truebut that's largely because the type of people who skip breakfast are also the ...
Harvard researchers say certain ADHD medications may increase risk of psychosis
Post Date: 2019-03-22 05:42:30 by Deckard
Key PointsResearchers at Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital report that certain medications used to treat ADHD may increase the risk of developing psychosis.People taking amphetamines, such as Adderall or Vyvanse, have a greater risk than those taking methylphenidates, such as Ritalin or Concerta, their research shows.The data come at a time when prescription rates and diagnoses of ADHD are on the rise.30mg tablets of Shire Plcs Adderall XR.Jb Reed | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCertain medications commonly used to treat ADHD in teens and young adults may increase their risk of psychosis, according to new research from Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital.The potential of ...
Vaccines Are Pushing Pathogens to Evolve (vaccinated people are incubators for disease, avoid like the plague)
Post Date: 2019-03-17 19:45:45 by Hondo68
Just as antibiotics have bred resistance in bacteria, vaccines can potentially lose their effectiveness over diseases they controlled. Researchers are working to head off the evolution of new threats. Andrew Read became a scientist so he could spend more time in nature, but he never imagined that would mean a commercial chicken farm. Read, a disease ecologist who directs the Pennsylvania State University Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics, and his research assistant Chris Cairns meandered their way through a hot, humid, pungent-smelling barn teeming with 30,000 young broiler chickens deep in the Pennsylvania countryside. Covered head to toe in white coveralls, the two men periodically ...
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