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Your doctor will be your pot dealer

Big Pharma taking over the drug trade, using its own private gang of armed enforcers known as DEA agents. NaturalNews.com February 25, 2011 Have no illusions about the true nature of the so-called “War on Drugs” and the actions of the DEA. The War on Drugs has always been about protecting the profits of the drug companies which have a long and well-documented history of copying street drugs, repackaging ...Read full article...

What’s happening in the Middle East?

by Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda February 24, 2011 If the crisis in the Middle East and North Africa blocks oil production in Libya and Algeria, oil prices could explode and reach $ 220 per barrel. According to a new report from Nomura-Tokyo, the simultaneous interruption will reduce the capacity of OPEC to produce 2.1 million barrels a day. During the Gulf War in 1990-1991, oil prices jumped ...Read full article...

Tokyo-based Nomura: Oil prices may hit $220 a barrel

By Matt Egan Fox Business February 23, 2011 If the turmoil paralyzing parts of the Middle East and North Africa brings oil production in Libya and Algeria to a standstill, it could cause crude oil to explode to $220 a barrel, derailing the global economic recovery. According to a new report from Tokyo-based Nomura, a simultaneous production halt from embattled Libya and neighboring Algeria would reduce OPEC spare capacity ...Read full article...

Philanthropic Journalism?

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation not only funds Genetically Modified Organisms and massive vaccination campaigns.  It also spends billions of dollars funding the media to help them spread its message. By Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda February 23, 2011 As if the fact most of the main stream media is owned by a few corporations and bailed-out by the government were not bad enough, a new kind ...Read full article...

Oil on its way to $200 a barrel

Crude climbed up to $110 today due to what experts say is the effects of Libyan and Middle East unrest. Oil insider Lindsey Williams says it´s just the beginning. “Unrest and oil prices will completely collapse U.S. Dollar in 2012.” Oil companies will open massive U.S. reserves to cope with lack of oil for local consumption. Reuters February 23, 2011 Oil futures rallied above $110 a barrel on Wednesday, ...Read full article...

U.K. OK’s Cloned Meat and Milk, KO’s consumers

Milk from cloned cows given green light by Defra Telegraph February 22, 2011 The comments are the clearest sign that the Government will give the official green light to farmers and food companies who want to supply butchers and supermarkets with the controversial products. However, animal welfare campaigners said they were “utterly dismayed” by the ministerial statement, saying it opened the door to widespread cloning, with consumers unable to ...Read full article...

Police State Honduras

Law permits police be called on home smokers AP February 22, 2011 The last refuge is vanishing for besieged smokers — at least in Honduras. A new law that took effect Monday says family members can call in the police on people who smoke at home. The new measure bans smoking in most closed public or private spaces and orders smokers to stand at least six feet away from ...Read full article...

Human Brain is Sensitive to Cell phone radiation

While the media whitewashes the results of a new study, investigators say use of cell phones could be ‘therapeutic’. ABC February 22, 2011 Now new data from the National Institutes of Health suggesting that cell phone radiation boosts brain activity is poised to stir the debate even further. Researchers used PET scans to measure brain activity in 47 participants when they had cell phones held to their ears in ...Read full article...

Ron Paul: The Time Magazine Interview

By Luis R. Miranda Texas representative Ron Paul is virtually tied with current president Barack Obama, according to the latest Rasmussen poll. A national Rasmussen survey (1,000 LVs, 4/12-13, MoE +/- 3%) pits Texas Rep. Ron Paul (R) against President Obama in a hypothetical 2012 matchup. The result:  Obama 42, Paul 41.  Additionally, others candidates scored 11 percent of the vote, while 6 percent said they were undecided. Other ...Read full article...

New Zealand shaken by magniture 6.3 quake

‘Dead bodies lying around’ NZHerald.com Residents are reporting bodies lying in the streets of Christchurch following this afternoon’s magnitude 6.3 earthquake. Police said fatalities had been reported at several locations and that two buses had been crushed by falling buildings. Christchurch mayor Bob Parker has declared a state of emergency. Christchurch resident Jaydn Katene told the Herald: “We’ve had friends in town call us and say there are just ...Read full article...

Israeli Settlements ‘Illegitimate’, says one Clinton

ABC Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Israeli settlements “illegitimate” shortly before the United States vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning continued Israeli settlement expansion as illegal. In an exclusive interview with “This Week” anchor Christiane Amanpour taped on Friday afternoon, Clinton said, “I think it is absolutely clear to say, number one, that it’s been American policy for many years that settlements were illegitimate and it ...Read full article...

Obama’s 2012 Budget: Tool Of Class War

Paul Craig Roberts Friday, February 18, 2011 Obama’s new budget is a continuation of Wall Street’s class war against the poor and middle class. Wall Street wasn’t through with us when the banksters sold their fraudulent derivatives into our pension funds, wrecked Americans’ job prospects and retirement plans, secured a $700 billion bailout at taxpayers’ expense while foreclosing on the homes of millions of Americans, and loaded up the ...Read full article...

FBI looking for ways to bypass privacy rules

By Ryan Singel Wired.com February 17, 2011 The FBI pushed Thursday for more built-in backdoors for online communication, but beat a hasty retreat from its earlier proposal to require providers of encrypted communications services to include a backdoor for law enforcement wiretaps. FBI general counsel Valerie Caproni told Congress that new ways of communicating online could cause problems for law enforcement officials, but categorically stated that the bureau is ...Read full article...

Google Chrome apresenta opção para bloquear conteúdo

Em uma tentativa direta para facilitar o bloqueio de determinados conteúdos, Google oferece uma opção em seu navegador Chrome que permite aos usuários censurar conteúdos considerados “indesejáveis”. NYT Adaptação Luis R. Miranda Google tem enfrentado críticas sobre a qualidade dos seus resultados de busca, porque eles normalmente incluem links para sites como eHow, que os críticos identificam depreciativamente como “fazendas de conteúdo” ou content farms. Agora, o Google está ...Read full article...

Pesticidas agrícolas interrompem hormônios masculinos

Scientific American Adaptação Luis R. Miranda Muitos pesticidas agrícolas – incluindo alguns já testados e comumente encontrados em alimentos – alteram os hormônios masculinos, de acordo com novos testes realizados por cientistas britânicos. No estudo, os cientistas recomendam que todos os pesticidas em uso hoje sejam avaliados para ver se eles bloqueiam testosterona e outros andrógenos, os hormônios fundamentais para o sistema reprodutivo masculino. “Nossos resultados indicam que testes ...Read full article...
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