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Vaccines have been based on medical fraud for over a hundred years

The concept of vaccinating to immunize began in 1796, when British apothecary (pharmacist) Edward Jenner inserted cowpox pus under the skin of an eight year old boy. Jenner based his experiment on an unsubstantiated rumor that anyone who had experienced cowpox would be immune to smallpox. Over the next couple …

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US demands UK hand over Prince Andrew over Jeffrey Epstein relationship

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American investigators probing Prince Andrew’s paedophile pal Jeffrey Epstein have formally requested the Duke of York be handed over to give evidence. The U.S. Department of Justice made a formal ”Mutual Legal Assistance” (MLA) request to the Home Office bypassing Buckingham Palace. The MLA allows cooperation between the U.S. and …

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AP editors: Obama relies on staged propaganda photos

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Editors of The Associated Press condemned the White House’s refusal to give photojournalists real access to President Obama, who prefers to circulate press release-style pictures taken by his own paid photographers. These official photographs are little more than propaganda, according to AP director of photography Santiago Lyon. The AP has …

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6 Essential Habits for Leading “the Good Life”

Everybody wants a slice of the so-called “good life.” For some people, that might mean a nice house, or a beachside vacation. However you define the good life, you want it, and not just for a short time. You want the good life to be your life. But how do …

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Are global market trends pointing to a recession?

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2016 has been one year that has seen a mixed reaction in both the commodities and the stocks market since the beginning in January. Stock prices have been fluctuating due to the uncertainty in the market as to the effect of the slowing growth in the Chinese economy. Moreover, the …

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Worldwide march against Monsanto taking place May 25, will you take a stand?

Monsanto GMO

With President Obama’s recent signing of the Monsanto Protection Act, food safety advocates are up in arms. As GMOs fill grocery store shelves at an alarming rate, more people are growing aware of the health risks associated with genetically altered organisms. People are growing tired of this disease-promoting, genetically manipulated …

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Ron Paul vs The Federal Reserve (video game)

Houston, Texas’ Daniel Williams is just as old as Super Mario Bros., but it’s only now that the programmer is givingthe game a much needed make-over. Forget Nintendo’s official sequels, Williams, 27, is about to bring a new meaning to “GOP.” Williams hopes his latest brainchild, “Ron Paul: the Road …

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Greek government surrenders to the bankers

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Yes, Greek banks may have been insolvent – something that was clear since the first bailout of 2010 – but at least the Greek state had control over them: as such it could have mandated mergers, recapitalizations, liquidity injections, even depositor bail-ins (perhaps the harshest lesson for the ordinary Greek population as …

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You Can Save Cash With These Quick Tips

Are you the kind of person who starts the month off with the best of intentions, but then discovers that they only have a few dollars left to their name when they’re in the week before payday? If so, you’re not alone. It can be very difficult to control your …

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US ambassador to UN admits the plan is to overthrow Assad

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Editor’s note: the UK and US governments failed to get public and parliament/congress approval for war with Syria earlier this year with the chemical attacks which later turned out to be a false flag. So now they rebranded al qaeda to ISIS and are using it as the excuse to go inside Syria without approval …

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The History Of The Postcard In America

For something that seems like such a simple concept, postcards have quite a bit of history behind them.   Surprisingly, their production and usage were restricted quite a bit in their early days, but changes in their regulation allowed the postcard business to expand and became quite popular by the …

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Bitcoin and Gold’s First Kiss

The performance of Bitcoin in the last few years has made the once easily-dismissed digital currency a serious contender in the financial markets, even for those who don’t understand the basis for its value. While the concept may still be difficult to grasp (the cryptocurrency is notoriously difficult to explain …

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Ted Cruz and his Goldman Sachs wife

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Ted Cruz, kicking off his 2016 campaign for the U.S. presidency, extolled his wife’s entrepreneurial spirit by telling of her grade-school bakery business. He didn’t mention the 10-year career at Goldman Sachs Group she just put on hold. Cruz, a Republican senator from Texas, became the first major-party candidate to …

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Titan: world’s fastest supercomputer goes live

TITAN supercomputer

After falling behind Asia and Europe in the great race, where success is measured in FLOPS (floating-point operations per second), the US has struck back at the new high-tech Olympians with Titan: quite possibly the fastest supercomputer in the world. When Tennesseans hear the word Titan, their first thought is …

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Another whistleblower dead: journalist Michael Hastings

Michael Hastings

Michael Hastings was working on a story about the CIA prior to his death, according to LA Weekly. “That Hastings had the Central Intelligence Agency in his sights is no surprise to those who knew his work,” writes Dennis Romero, adding that “the shadowy world of intelligence and off-the-record American …

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