Fake News Flashback: AIDS Could Kill More People Than There Are People [US Gov-US Media, 1987–]

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“If the spread of AIDS continues at this rate, in 1996 there could be one billion people infected; five years later, hypothetically ten billion people; however the population of the world is only five billion. Could we be facing the threat of extinction during our lifetime? Even before our children are grown?   Theresa Crenshaw, […]

BREAKING NEWS: CDC WHISTLEBLOWER TEXT MESSAGES TO ANDY WAKEFIELD: STUDY WOULD HAVE “SUPPORTED HIS SCIENTIFIC OPINION”

Text message from Dr. William Thompson to Dr. Andy Wakefield

“I apologize again for the price you paid for my dishonesty…” –CDC Whistleblower Dr. William Thompson     The last desperate effort when the CDC whistleblower story broke last week was for the vaccine establishment and media to drive a wedge between Dr. Thompson and Dr. Andrew Wakefield, whose “fraud” (according to British journalist Brian […]

Hope Is The Thing With Feathers

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                    I’d just gone in to look for my notepad.  “You can come in,” Rita said, “but this is not a happy time.” One of the sparrows was being lifted from his small cage. “His feet are dead,” Rita said, her sky blue eyes the color […]

Fighting The Pharmaceutical Shadow State–Miltenberg: “It Shocked Us And It Should Shock All Americans”

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“We hope the public reads the case file, we want law students to discuss it, we want to open up a dialogue about what is going on in this country behind closed doors, to silence dissenting voices. It shocked us and it should shock all Americans.” Andrew Miltenberg, founding partner, Nesenoff & Miltenberg We’ve just […]

Film Review: “High Tech, Low Life”

This is a review I wrote for NewsMotion.org, on Steve Maing’s outstanding documentary “High Tech, Low Life,” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Glass Gem Corn

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“Seedsman Greg Schoen got this seed from Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee man, now in his 80’s, in Oklahoma. He was Greg’s “corn-teacher”. Greg was in the process of moving last year and wanted someone else to store and protect some of his seeds. He left samples of several corn varieties, including glass gem. I grew […]