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NEW YORK – Bill Ayers has once again suggested he was the author of Barack Obama's celebrated autobiography, even though the admission could be explained away as a mocking irony designed only to goad Ayers's critics by yet another false admission he was the president's ghostwriter. At the conclusion of a speech sponsored by the Students for a Democratic Society at Montclair State University in New…
I saw another America in Los Angeles last week – an intelligent America, insightful, aware and determined not to hide in the face of challenge to the most basic of freedoms, both their own and other people’s. It was one of those moments when you saw a glimpse of humanity as we were meant to be, as we once were and… Continue
Without the authorization of Congress that the Constitution and the War Powers Act require, the President has taken the nation into yet another war.* Best case predictions are that U.S. military action in Libya will cost over $1 billion; one Republican senator says it may have… Continue
NATO Chief Opens The Door to Libya Ground Troops 29 Mar 2011 ...The United Nations Security Council Resolution authorizing the war [in Libya] explicitly rules out any “occupation” forces. But leave it to the top military officer of NATO, which takes over the war on Wednesday, to add an asterisk to that ban. During a Senate hearing on Tuesday, Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island… Continue
WASHINGTON - The new leader of Libya's opposition military spent the past two decades in suburban Virginia but felt compelled — even in his late-60s — to return to the battlefield in his homeland, according to people who know him.
Khalifa Hifter was once a top military officer for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, but after a disastrous military adventure in Chad in the late 1980s, Hifter switched to the anti-Gadhafi opposition. In the early 1990s, he moved to suburban Virginia, where… Continue
'US drops uranium bombs on Libya' 27 Mar 2011 The Stop the War Coalition says the bombs and missiles that the US-led military alliance has dropped on several Libyan cities contain depleted uranium (DU). The report recently published on the Coalition's website said that in the first 24 hours of the war on Libya, dozens of bombs and cruise missiles were launched by US, British, and French forces -- all with depleted uranium… Continue
Well, knock me over with a feather!'Libyan rebels' to start oil exports soon. 27 Mar 2011 Oil fields in rebel-held territory in Libya are producing between 100,000 and 130,000 barrels a day, and the opposition plans to begin exporting oil "in less than a week", a rebel representative said on Sunday. "We are producing about 100,000 to 130,000 barrels a day, we can easily… Continue
Monsanto is at the core of a rotten corporate GM apple that is literally poisoning the world. Natural News recently covered the allegations from India that Monsanto conducted GM corn trials without approval. This is just the tip of the iceberg in a laundry list of abuses that we have covered on our own site in four recent key articles:… Continue
THE desperate plight of children in Britain being forced to rely on food parcels to survive is today revealed by the Sunday Express.
Government cutbacks, rising unemployment and soaring food prices are forcing a growing number of families to miss meals, eat badly or go hungry. In one heartbreaking case a 10-year-old boy was… Continue
Ex-RAD® (ON 01210.Na) is in Phase I clinical testing as a radiation protection agent. Radioactive contamination and injury from ionizing radiation can arise from accidents involving nuclear reactors and industrial or medical sources. Recent events have highlighted the potential for non-accidental radiation injury as a result of malicious, criminal, or terrorist actions.…
The immense loss of life and absolute devastation caused by last week’s earthquake and tsunami is heartbreaking – and serve as the culprits in this unimaginable tragedy. The tension, felt by its citizens and far beyond the country’s borders, centers most immediately on what happens next at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility.
Reports of radioactive contamination and a potential meltdown at the complex have many Americans…
This 2 part video shows a layman representing a birth certificate in court and claiming freeman status under common law, the police are called to the courtroom and realize they are powerless to do anything and because the judge cannot prove jurisdiction over him, the freeman dismisses the case himself and walks out, with police around him.
Fortunately, this is calculated to be a very small level of radiation that officially poses no real health risk -- but that won't be true if Fukushima goes into a fuel rod meltdown (which could happen in the next 2 days).
(NaturalNews) For several decades, colony collapse disorder (CCD) — a mysterious condition where entire bee colonies die for seemingly no obvious reason — has been inflicting bee populations across both Europe and the US. But scientists from the United Nations (UN) say the phenomenon is now a global crisis, afflicting bees across China, Japan, and Africa, as well as in other places.
The report, issued by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), explains what many…
(NaturalNews), John Kelly reported on an investigation by Youth Today that found atypical antipsychotics were prescribed to many incarcerated youths in juvenile facilities in the US without a diagnosis of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, the only FDA-approved indications for use with juveniles.
A wide variety of diagnoses were listed for the prescribing of the drugs including general mood disorders, intermittent explosive disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, PSTD and…
- – A 1999 best-selling thriller makes explicit references to 9/11
The CLG received an email, including an interesting observation by Suz. Suz notes that the events of 9/11 were mentioned in a thriller published two years earlier. An FBI thriller, The Edge, by Catherine Coulter, was published in 1999. The book is part of Coulter’s ongoing ‘FBI Thriller…