Activist Post – by BN Frank
The idea of “Smart Diapers” for babies dates back a few years. As noted in a recent Vox article, Huggies is now selling them in Korea and Japan and the U.S. and Mexico may be getting them next.
More companies are interested in creating and marketing these diapers as well as other “Smart” personal care products. Besides being expensive, Bluetooth technology emits harmful wireless radiation and there is currently no safe level of wireless radiation exposure that has been determined for children or pregnant women. In fact, 250 scientists have signed a petition which warns against numerous devices that emit Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation, which is used in WiFi and Bluetooth. Continue reading “Huggies Now Selling Smart Diapers With Bluetooth Sensors Even Though Radiation Exposure From Them Isn’t Safe for Babies”
Two Florida parents have lost custody of their young son and could face neglect charges over their decision to discontinue the child’s potentially life-saving cancer treatment.
Three-year-old Noah McAdams was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in early April and struggled through chemotherapy, according to his mother. Continue reading “Florida parents lose custody of 3-year-old son after discontinuing chemotherapy”
Who What Why – by Glenn Daigon
In late March, a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation making it easier for authorities to block gun sales to people who cannot legally buy guns but lie about their status on background checks — i.e. “lie and buy.”
The NICS (National Instant Criminal Background System) Denial Notification Act would require federal authorities to tell state law enforcement within 24 hours when those purchasing guns falsify their records in order to close their purchase. Continue reading “Bipartisan Plan Could Block Hundreds of Thousands of Gun Sales”
Activist Post – by Matt Agorist
WASHINGTON, D.C. — (TRI) Warning that the government must not be given the power to criminalize speech it deems distasteful or annoying, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stop the prosecution of a Texas man who faces up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine for sending emails to police criticizing them for failing to respond to his requests for assistance.
In an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court, Rutherford Institute attorneys argue that the prosecution of Scott Ogle for sending complaints to a sheriff’s office, including one email stating that officials were “pissing” on the Constitution, violates the First Amendment’s safeguards for freedom of speech and the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances. Continue reading “Man Arrested, Facing a Year in Prison for Telling Police They are “Pissing on the Constitution””
Activist Post – by Catherine Frompovich
What one learns as the most important and irreversible axiom of U.S. law is that FACT or TRUTH is the ultimate legal defense, which cannot be nullified! However, that principle apparently does not apply to pharmacological science where FRAUD and corporate vested interests reign supreme, especially in vaccinology, a science rendered as “consensus” not actual and factual, as has been divulged by numerous whistleblowers over the last several years. Even U.S. federal health agencies, i.e., the FDA, are known for their fraudulent ways. Continue reading “Can There Ever Be A Sensible Discussion About Vaccines & Why They Are Not Safe?”
Natural News – by Lance D Johnson
After the 2016 Presidential election, independent publishers, conservative bloggers, and free thinkers on the web have faced extreme censorship from the Tech giants – Facebook, Apple, Google, Twitter, etc. These social media juggernauts have the power to stop the flow of any news they consider “fake.” They have filters and algorithms that systematically block specific terms, content, and videos. They have the power to shadow ban users based on the ideas they share, the words they use, and the beliefs they espouse. Social media companies have used “hate speech” policies to marginalize specific viewpoints and have them blocked. There is no such thing as a free and open internet any longer. When a social media company says they want to combat “Russian propaganda” or stop “misinformation,” they are endorsing an official narrative, forcing it on the public, and censoring out any dissent or other perspective on the matter. Continue reading “Tech giants pushing for “centralized censorship” to activate coordinated, universal blocking of ALL videos and articles questioning official narratives”
Who What Why – by Elyse Notarianni
Lawmakers in Florida are seeking to strike a balance between protecting the families of the victims of mass shootings and protecting the media’s ability to accurately report on the events.
A proposed law in the Florida House of Representatives would exempt photos, videos and audio recordings of mass violence killings from the public record under the state’s Sunshine Law. This bill defines mass violence as an event that results in the death of three victims, not including the perpetrator(s), and, if it passes, the media and the public would be barred from accessing and disseminating any type of footage that depicts the final moments of a victim’s life. Continue reading “Florida Seeks to Make Sharing Footage of Mass Shootings Illegal”
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook said it could face a fine of up to $5 billion as the result of an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission. The agency has been investigating Facebook for possible privacy violations, but has not announced any findings yet.
The company set aside $3 billion in its quarterly earnings report Wednesday as a contingency against the possible penalty.
Continue reading “Facebook expects to pay up to $5 billion in fines to FTC for privacy violations”
Epoch Times – by Petr Svab
Hemerd King hasn’t seen his five children for two years. The New York City government broke up his family due to a string of allegations that, upon basic scrutiny, appear unsubstantiated.
The Epoch Times previously explored the twisted incentives in the system that keeps more than 400,000 children in foster homes and shelters, and de facto encourages social workers and administrators to keep families apart. Continue reading “Homeschooling Parents’ Children Taken by Government, Citing ‘Educational Neglect’”
Sunday brought a wintry blast of snow and rain to the area, and the city of Chicago came painfully close to making history, but fell just short.
After Sunday’s weather system moved through the area, the National Weather Service has confirmed that O’Hare International Airport, which sets the standard for the city of Chicago, received 5.3 inches of snow thanks to the unseasonable storm that struck the area. Continue reading “Chicago Falls Just Short of Setting Snow Record Sunday”
CNet – by Claire Reilly
Executives at Facebook, YouTube and 4Chan could face jail time under new “world-first” laws designed to stop the sharing of violent videos and images on social networks.
The legislation, developed in the wake of the Christchurch mosque shooting and passed in the Australian parliament on Thursday local time, targets social networks with hefty fines and even jail terms for company executives if they fail to take down “abhorrent violent material” shared on their platforms. Continue reading “Instagram, Youtube and Facebook could face fines (and jail time) under new Australian laws”
Breitbart – by Joshua Caplan
Donna Brazile, the former acting chair of the Democratic National Committee, has joined the Fox News Channel as a contributor, the network announced Monday.
Brazile, a longtime Democrat operative, will provide political commentary on the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network and makes her debut appearance on The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino this week. Continue reading “Donna Brazile Hired as Fox News Contributor”
21st Century Wire – by Shawn Helton
It’s been just over a year since America was stricken with a high-profile mass shooting on Valentine’s Day, yet despite a confession and the presentation of largely circumstantial evidence, there’s still a number of lingering questions concerning the Parkland school shooting. To many, it was just another in a long line of spectacular mass shootings in America, but this event was amplified to entirely new level, where media and political forces were suddenly mobilized, rapidly eclipsing the crime itself. Continue reading “PARKLAND REVISITED: Known Wolves, Astroturfing and the Politics of Mass Shootings”
Eagle Forum – by Patrick Wood
People who have a modern smartphone normally think of 5G as nothing more than a progression from 3G and 4G. Offering fewer dropped calls, faster data transfer, and more convenience. 5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology.
This thinking barely scratches the surface. There must be a greater reason why CEOs of major cellular carriers are breaking their necks to railroad the fastest implementation in history of a new communication standard. Continue reading “Total Data Domination: 5G, IoT, AI Surveillance And The Smart City”
Medium – by Caitlin Johnston
On the 18th of November, 1964, the FBI’s appallingly corrupt boss J. Edgar Hoover denounced Martin Luther King Jr. as “the most notorious liar in the country.” A few days later, a Hoover deputy named William Sullivan wrote King a letter posing as a disillusioned follower and using powerful, manipulative language to urge the civil rights leader to commit suicide before evidence of his extramarital affair became public. Enclosed was an FBI recording containing evidence of the affair. Continue reading “Shocking Admission By FBI Veteran Shows Why The FBI Shouldn’t Exist”
Activist Post – by Catherine Frompovich
An incredible, but late, distinction and well-placed honor has been awarded to one of the preeminent whistleblowers in history, the now-87-year-old Daniel Ellsberg, who blew the whistle about what became known as the Pentagon Papers.
Ellsberg’s late-coming honor was for his “profound humanism and exceptional moral courage,”revealing successive U.S. administrations had lied to the public about the Vietnam War. Continue reading “How Times Have Changed: Pentagon Papers Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg Wins The 2018 Olof Palme Human Rights Prize—48 Years Later”
Activist Post – by Patrick Wood
The Pentagon has its Technocrat scientist operation with DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The intelligence community has its own version in IARPA, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity.
Imagine having a beefy budget, no project restraints, and you can try to invent anything your mind can brainstorm into existence. The only requirement is that it has to somehow support the various Intel agencies that sit underneath the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and reports directly to the Director of National Intelligence. Continue reading “Meet IARPA: Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity”