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Lighten the Dark

Lighten the Dark

– Rumi

CDC whistleblower: “Oh My God…what we did”

CDC whistleblower: “Oh My God…what we did”

by Jon Rappoport October 25, 2014 www.nomorefakenews.com    On October 14, Brian Hooker and Andrew Wakefield sent an official and detailed complaint to the CDC and the US Dept. of Health and Human Services.   The devastating and explosive complaint concerns scientific misconduct in a now-infamous 2004 CDC study, which gave the MMR vaccine a […]

Patience Hell — I’m gonna kill something!

Patience Hell — I’m gonna kill something!

By L. Neil Smith Joseph Biden may be the unintentional court jester of the Hussein Ebola administration, but he said something the other day that bears contemplation. The victim-disarmament movement, he said, needs another Jim Brady, another high-profile shooting victim to re-energize the political effort to strip us all of our right to the means of self-defense. More than […]

Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire

Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire

Breaking News Covered CA caught in Prop. 45 crossfire By JAMES POULOS On Proposition 45, some Democrats are feeling as if they got a transfusion of the wrong blood type. The initiative would give the state insurance commissioner the power to approve changes in health-insurance policies, including those by Covered California (ed. note: California’s, this state’s implementation […]

The California Wine Club – Delivering Great Wine to Your Door for Nearly 25 Years

The California Wine Club – Delivering Great Wine to Your Door for Nearly 25 Years

By Raven West Wine, wine everywhere …. there’s wine up and down the California coast and not nearly enough time for wine lovers to try every one. Chris and Pam Boring, founders of The California Wine Club, located right here in Oxnard have the solution. They travel the world tasting, selecting and bringing home selected […]

Heart Speak

Heart Speak

Looking back over a lifetime,  you see that love was the answer to everything.–Ray Bradbury Tuned in. To everyone around her…Just not so much herSelf. Baby needs a diaper change. Husband needs a compliment. Neighbor needs a call. Son needs praise. Daughter needs a haircut. Mother needs an email. Father needs a card. Client needs […]

Politically Incorrect Zone: CA Prop. 1/”Water Bond” is more pork than beef

Politically Incorrect Zone: CA Prop. 1/”Water Bond” is more pork than beef

By Kevin Harris With the Midterm Elections almost upon us, we Californians will soon be asked to fork over huge sums of additional dollars or future commitments of additional dollars, via bond measures, in order to make our lives better, safer or to solve one problem or another. Or, depending on your political perspective, to […]

Politically Incorrect Zone- Unification Saga

Politically Incorrect Zone- Unification Saga

By Kevin Harris This week’s column is the final entry in “Kevin’s Unification Saga,” for lack of a better term. It continues the theme of defeating tyranny against citizens by our government, by citizens boldly coming together in ways never seen before. The idea is simple. Americans of all political affiliations, races, religions, financial classes […]

The Gift of Dandelion

The Gift of Dandelion

By Brynne Betz He walked slowly with no destination, his feet taking him for a ride. Or was it his nose? Or his ears? Or his eyes? For his senses were certainly awake.  When she saw him, her hand reached for her daughter’s to pull her away, leading them both to the car with whispers […]

Multiple intelligence agencies: a blessing or recipe for failure? Part 2

Multiple intelligence agencies: a blessing or recipe for failure? Part 2

by Dov Lachman The first part in this series on multiple intelligence agencies in the US listed 17 different bodies and cited their huge, cumulative, annual budget (over $70 billion). Upon closer inspection of each of the 17 members of the US intelligence community, it is clear that each of them has a specialized, highly […]