Most Don’t Question “Sensitivity” To Air Pollution But Still Question “Sensitivity” To Electrical Pollution

January 17, 2018 By B.N. Frank As many as 1/3 are affected.  Symptoms from bearing to Electrosmog vary. We already know that some people and animals are some-more adversely influenced by air wickedness than others.  Many of them are diagnosed with conditions like allergies, asthma, COPD, etc. Some people and …

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Why Is There More “Flu” This Season: An Uncommon Investigation

January 17, 2018 By Catherine J. Frompovich Even with all the admonitions to accept annual influenza vaccines, which really don’t strengthen people [1] but actually destabilize human defence systems, along with daily media reports of flourishing numbers of ostensible influenza (flu) outbreaks, we got to wondering given that was happening …

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USA Today Editorial Board Calls Trump an ‘Inveterate Liar’ and Blasts Republicans for Enabling Him

Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore “It’s bad adequate that the boss of the United States is an inveterate liar,” the Editorial Board of USA Today opens its sardonic op-ed. “It’s even worse when members of Congress and his Cabinet feel compelled to distortion on his behalf.” The piece focuses on President …

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Amid Freezing Classrooms, Baltimore’s Teachers Fight to Democratize City’s Schools

Photo Credit: U.S. Department of Education / Flickr Creative Commons When a photograph of bundled-up students in a wintry Baltimore classroom recently widespread on social media—with temperatures in schools as low as the mid-30s—the city became a focal indicate of open attention. But two organizations of Baltimore teachers contend such situations, distant …

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Donald Trump Tweets While America’s International Reputation Burns

Photo Credit: a katz / Shutterstock.com As 2017 finished with billionaires toasting their taxation cuts and appetite executives entertaining their unobstructed entrance to emperor lands as good as coastal waters, there was one zone of the American chosen that did not share in the champagne celebration: Washington’s corps of unfamiliar policy …

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How You Can Help Veterans Fight for Access to Medical Marijuana

Travis airmen impetus in Veterans Day ParadePhoto Credit: Air Force There are about 19 million veterans in the United States. Yet, after their service, many knowledge a innumerable of crippling mental and physiological afflictions, with few resources accessible to help. Yearly, a towering 30 veterans per 100,000 dedicate suicide. Though …

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‘When They Call You a Terrorist’: The Life of Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors

Photo Credit: Screenshot / YouTube We spin now to a absolute new book, expelled currently [Tuesday], that tells the story of one lady as she fights back against the impacts of social and secular misapplication in America on her family. That lady is Patrisse Khan-Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter. …

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