The Old Farmers Almanac – by Lucille J. Goodyear
While the Mother’s Day that we celebrate on the second Sunday in May is a fairly recent development, the basic idea goes back to ancient mythology—to the long ago civilizations of the Greeks and Romans.
The Greeks paid annual homage to Cybele, the mother figure of their gods, and the Romans dedicated an annual spring festival to the mother of their gods. Continue reading “The History of Mother’s Day”
The American Mirror – by Kyle Olson
Nancy Pelosi’s mission on Tuesday was to give a brief speech and not renew questions about her health.
She couldn’t do it.
During Pelosi’s brief 7-minute speech to Refugees International, the House Democratic Leader garbled names, other words and even mispronounced countries. Continue reading “Pelosi breakdown? Garbles words, mispronounces countries in short speech”
Health Nut News – by Erin Elizabeth
I’m truly sorry to report that there is another missing holistic doctor. I wonder how many we need to lose before the entire world starts to demand answers?
Dr Towery has quite an impressive resume as a chiropractor and an acupuncturist with advanced training well beyond that. (source cited at bottom of page)
Here’s an update, written today, just minutes after I spoke to the the Goliad County Sheriff Department’s. This is from their Facebook page (linked below). Continue reading “Nationwide Search For Missing Holistic Doctor Continues”
Waking Times – by Makia Freeman
New World Order Anniversaries abound in this year of 2017. If you go back in time exactly 50 or exactly 100 years, there are key events that occurred that still shape our world today – events orchestrated by the same network of Secret Societies and Illuminati bloodlines that have been manipulating the world for hundreds if not thousands of years. The following article highlights 5 New World Order anniversaries about which it is important to inform yourself, since the official version of these events is shallow at best and deceptive at worst. In all cases, the events were not what they seemed at the time, nor were we ever told the full truth afterwards by governments or the mainstream media. Continue reading “2017 – The Year of New World Order Anniversaries”
Allure – by Macaela MacKenzie
It’s no secret that Oscar attendees get mega swag at the awards show every year—the “Everyone Wins” gift bags awarded to all the nominees in the Best Actor and Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, and Best Director categories regularly top six figures in value. But for the Oscars 2017, the nominees reportedly received something money can’t buy…the gift of a healthy vagina. Continue reading “The Oscars 2017 Goodie Bags Included a Vagina Fitness Tracker”
Patch – by Feroze Dhanoa
NEW YORK — A federal judge stopped the deportations of immigrant travelers detained at U.S. airports Saturday, partially halting enforcement of President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants of seven Muslim nations from coming into the United States. Saturday night’s ruling came in response to a challenge filed on behalf of two Iraqi men detained Friday night at JFK International Airport and impacted up to 200 others held across the country.
An unknown number of others intending to come back to the United States are trapped in other countries, unable to board planes. Continue reading “U.S. Judges Halt Trump’s Deportations Of Dozens Held At Airports”
Patch – by Sherri Lonon
SARASOTA, FL — The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrest of one of its own following an investigation into allegations of harassment and theft. According to the agency, one if its deputies stole more than $65,000 from an elderly woman and also took her dog.
The investigation into Frankie Eugene Bybee’s alleged actions began in December 2016, when the sheriff’s office said the 79-year-old victim called the agency asking for help because she was being harassed. That call ultimately led to Bybee’s Monday arrest on exploitation of the elderly charges. Bybee, 46, was an 18-year veteran of the agency. Continue reading “Deputy Stole Dog, $65,000 From Elderly Woman: Sheriff”
SOME DISNEY people of interest.
Over the years, the close associates of the Disneysí is very revealing. The public can get a feel for Disneyís attitude toward Illuminati bloodlines in the Disney movie The Happiest Millionaire which is about Anthony J. Drexel Biddle and Angie Duke. Readers of this authorís previous writings will recognize the Biddle and Duke names. In fact, the movie was based loosely on a book written by Cordelia Drexel Biddle about the Biddles. Continue reading “The Disney Bloodline – The Skill Of Lying, The Art Of Deceit – Part 2”
CBS New York
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Two buildings have collapsed after an explosion Wednesday morning in East Harlem.
It happened around 9 a.m. on Park Avenue on 116th Street, the FDNY said. One of the buildings that collapsed had a piano repair shop with apartments above. The second building housed a church. Continue reading “Buildings Collapse After Explosion, Fire In East Harlem”
The Tampa Tribune – by James L. Rosica
The Rev. Al Sharpton will lead a rally against the state’s “stand your ground” law Monday morning in the Capitol courtyard, according to the website of his National Action Network.
Sharpton, also an MSNBC host and commentator, will be joined by the parents of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis. Continue reading “Al Sharpton to march on Tallahassee against “Stand Your Ground””
Town Hall – by Kurt Schlichter
There’s nothing like the holidays for laughing at anti-religious malcontents being driven to madness by the thought of Christians and Jews celebrating their faiths. Crosses, menorahs, happy people with satisfying personal lives – these things drive the militant atheists into a sputtering rage.
Watching them fume is the gift that keeps on giving. Continue reading “‘Tis The Season For Militant Atheists To Whine”
TownHall – by Guy Benson
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel is an architect of Obamacare — and the brother of former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel — whose recent apologetics on behalf of the law he helped design have grown increasingly desperate. On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace quizzed him about the accuracy of one of President Obama’s most prominenthealthcare vows: “If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period.” Is that actually true? Emanuel wasn’t fond of the question, ultimately conceding that Obamacare’s doctor networks will be limited. But that doesn’t mean consumers can’t keep their preferred doctors — if they’re prepared to shell out, that is (via the Weekly Standard): Continue reading “Obamacare Designer: You Can Probably Keep Your Doctor…If You’re Willing to Pay A Lot More”
The Guardian – by Adriana Brasileiro
A tiny figure in minuscule white shorts and a pink strapless top leans against a metal fence outside a school in Fortaleza, the capital of Ceará state, north-east Brazil.
She has gloss-coated lips, and her yellow headband, holding back long hair, glows in the lamplight along Juscelino Kubitschek Avenue, which connects the city to the Castelão arena, one of the venues for the 2014 World Cup. A car pulls up. The girl climbs in. Continue reading “Brazil’s child sex trade soars as 2014 World Cup nears”
Business Insider – by David Voreacos and Sophia Pearso
Judy Doetterl was a sales representative for Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) in 2004 when federal agents placed a hidden recording device on her and sent her to tape marketing presentations at a national company sales meeting.
U.S. prosecutors wanted to prove claims by Doetterl and others that J&J boostedsales by urging doctors to prescribe its antipsychotic drug Risperdal far beyond its approved use. Doetterl, then earning $150,000 a year, said she fretted for the two days she wore a wire at the meeting in a Dallas hotel. Continue reading “How Risperdal Whistle-Blowers Made Millions From J&J”
Bloomberg – by Kanoko Matsuyam
Kojiro Tokutake wanted to be a doctor since he was a teenager. His grandmother bought him his first stethoscope when he was in medical school. A decade later, he helped her die.
Tokutake, 33, is a gastroenterologist and, in that role, has inserted permanent feeding tubes in elderly patients, many with dementia, two to three times a week. Continue reading “Doctor Helps Grandma Die to Avoid Japanese Feeding Tube”
Bloomberg – by Matt Townsend
Sysco Corp. (SYY) agreed to acquire closely held US Foods for $3.5 billion, adding brands from Cattleman’s meat to Devonshire desserts, in the largest food-distribution deal in eight years in North America. The shares jumped the most since at least 1980.
Sysco will pay $3 billion in common stock and $500 million in cash for US Foods to owners including KKR & Co. and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC, according to a statement today. Bonds of US Foods soared to a record. Continue reading “Sysco to Acquire US Foods for $3.5 Billion”
GOP USA – by Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX)
The Grinch — and anyone else trying to dampen the holiday spirit — should stay away from Texas this year.
A group of Texans is coming out in full force to protect Christmas, Hanukkah and other holiday celebrations and to make sure students, teachers and parents have the right to observe their holidays at school. Continue reading “Santa trumps the Grinch under Texas’ new Merry Christmas law”