New Insight: Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Pineal Gland Calcification from FluorideNatural Society – by  Christina Sarich

Alzheimer’s disease is running rampant throughout the modern world now, but even with pharmaceutical companies spending billions on drugs to ‘cure’ it, they have failed miserably. While the use of coconut oil for Alzheimer’s disease is proving beyond beneficial, the answer to really treating this disease may lie in the pineal gland and the decalcification of one of the most important elements of the endocrine system.

For the past few decades, research into treating Alzheimer’s disease has been relegated to an assumption: that it is caused by the lack of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. In fact, most pharmaceuticals made to treat Alzheimer’s patients are acetylcholinesterase inhibitors (drugs that inhibit the enzyme that breaks this neurotransmitter down.)    Continue reading “New Insight: Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Pineal Gland Calcification from Fluoride”

naturalsocietycom DD 575x360 25Sep2014 263x164 Nutrition Nonsense: 10 ‘Health Foods that Are Killing YouNatural Society – by Christina Sarich

Sometimes you have to be wary of the ‘health’ food advice you hear rumored in the blog-o-sphere. While many of the foods touted as ‘healthy’ do indeed offer sound nutrition, even a greater number of them are merely false representations of actual healthy food. This false information will forever circulate with new foods, so we must always work to learn what is truly healthful.

Here are 10 foods that, while said to be good for us, really aren’t that healthful at all. Many of these foods actually hurt us.    Continue reading “Nutrition Nonsense: 10 ‘Health Foods’ that Are Killing You”

Alert Net – by Ari LeVaux

Evidence continues to accumulate that sugar is a sweet road to obesity, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and other maladies. As the dangers of sugar have unfolded there has been an increase in the production and consumption of sugar substitutes, five of which are currently FDA-approved. A recent study published in Nature adds to a growing set of concerns about these artificial sweeteners by presenting evidence that they, like sugar, can cause diabetes as well. The Israel-based research team presented evidence that artificial sweeteners cause this outcome by disrupting the balance of microbes that live in the body’s gut.    Continue reading “Latest Scientific Evidence Should Be Death Blow to Artificial Sweeteners”

Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo [KTLA-TV]Raw Story – by Arturo Garcia

The mayor of the Southern California community of Bell Gardens was shot and killed on Tuesday afternoon, KCAL-TV reported.

This story has been updated. Please see below.

The Los Angeles Times reported that Daniel Crespo was shot during a domestic disturbance at his residence.
Bell Gardens is located about 10 minutes away from downtown Los Angeles. Crespo, a New York native, was part of city government since 2001, when he was first elected to the local city council.    Continue reading “Southern California mayor shot and killed by wife during fight involving 19-year-old son”

polioNatural News – by Tony Isaacs

According to reports, there are now about 25 or more cases, and counting, of a new “polio-like” outbreak in California children. Disease control officials have yet to determine the cause of the outbreak and they are looking for a new virus. Perhaps one direction they should take a look at is polio and other childhood vaccinations.

Initial reports have indicated that the children being affected by the new disease have all been vaccinated against polio. The scenario of children vaccinated against polio and other illnesses coming down with a “polio-like” illness is all too familiar. Look for example at what happened in India when widespread polio vaccinations were used to reportedly eradicate polio from India.    Continue reading “Could polio or other vaccinations be behind the new “polio-like” Illness outbreak in California?”

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High schools in North Carolina and Kentucky were placed on lockdowns after two separate shooting incidents that left one student injured at each school.

Police and SWAT teams flooded into Fern Creek High School in Louisville, Kentucky after reports of shots fired Tuesday afternoon. At least one student was injured and taken to the hospital, and the parents have been notified, police said.   Continue reading “Two school shootings on the same day leave two students injured”

New World Order for DUMMIESWake Up World – by Sergey Baranov

Understanding Your *Future Under the Fascist Regime


“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Many things have been written by researchers and authors on an oppressive global regime which is now unfolding in front of our eyes. As the result of their work, many more have awakened to the sinister agenda created and implemented by the powers that be. This agenda has many faces and many names, not all of which might be known to you.   Continue reading “The ‘New World Order’ for Dummies”

Nancy Skinner, Bob Weiss, Richard Martinez, Hannah-Beth JacksonABC News – by Don Thompson

California will become the first state that allows family members to ask a judge to remove firearms from a relative who appears to pose a threat, under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday he had signed.

The bill was proposed by several Democrats and responds to a deadly rampage in May near the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Supporters had said such a measure could have prevented the attacks, winning out over critics who said it would erode gun rights.   Continue reading “Gov. Jerry Brown Signs California Gun Restriction”

Washington Post – by J. Freedom du Lac, Sarah Larimer and Elahe Izadi

UPDATE: The Dallas-Fort Worth CBS affiliate is reporting that a patient who was being evaluated for Ebola has tested positive for the virus. According to Reuters, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the case — the first time Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States.

The CDC will host a press conference at its Atlanta headquarters at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Reuters reported. A CDC spokesperson declined to comment to The Washington Post.   Continue reading “Report: CDC has confirmed an Ebola case in Texas”

Deer hunters allowed in Pennsylvania woods despite Frein manhuntMorning Call – by Laurie Mason Schroeder and Peter Hall

State police confirmed Tuesday that they had found two pipe bombs Eric Frein left behind in the woods, and say they’ve had a credible sighting of him within the last 24 hours.

Lt. Col. George Bivens said that the search area for Frein remains the same, several miles along the Pike and Monroe County border, but that police are also checking up on tips related to other areas that he has been known to frequent.   Continue reading “Police find pipe bombs in Eric Frein search area”

The Telegraph – by Raf Sanchez

A knife-wielding intruder allowed to run rampant through the first floor of the White House. Bullets that struck the window of Barack Obama’s private residence but went unnoticed for days. A presidential bodyguard so drunk he passed out in hallway of a hotel.

These are just some of the recent incidents that have shaken confidence in the Secret Service, the elite agency assigned to protect Mr Obama, his family and the White House.

Continue reading “Is Barack Obama’s life safe in the Secret Service’s hands?”


NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (AP) — Ernest Satterwhite was a laid-back former mechanic with a habit of ignoring police officers who tried to pull him over — an act of defiance that ultimately got him killed.

The 68-year-old black great-grandfather was shot to death after a slow-speed chase as he parked in his own driveway, by a 25-year-old police officer who repeatedly fired through the driver’s side door.   Continue reading “Officer kills man through car door in his driveway”

C-Net – by Michelle Star

One of the problems with the cloaking devices developed to date — and it’s a big one — is that they really only work if both the viewer and whatever is being cloaked remain still. This, of course, is not entirely practical, but a difficult problem to solve.

For the first time, researchers have made a cloaking device that works multidirectionally in three dimensions — using no specialised equipment, but four standard lenses.   Continue reading “‘Invisibility cloak’ uses lenses to bend light”

Byuci7fCAAAh0GKFirst Coast News

STARKE, Fla. — Seven students were taken to the hospital after a semi-truck smashed into the back of a school bus in Bradford County Monday afternoon.

At least one of the Starke Elementary students was seriously injured and two people inside the semi were in serious condition following the crash on U.S. 301 near State Road 200 in Lawtey just after 2:30 p.m., FHP Sgt. Dylan Bryan told First Coast News. All of those injured were taken to UF Health in Gainesville.   Continue reading “Naked woman a passenger in truck that slams school bus”

Military Times – by Andrew Tilghman with Gina Harkins, David Larter, Stephen Losey, Hope Hodge Seck, Michelle Tan and Jeff Schogol

As the tide of war rises again in the Middle East, the military’s rank and file are mostly opposed to expanding the new mission in Iraq and Syria to include sending a large number of U.S. ground troops into combat, according to a Military Times survey of active-duty members.

On the surface, troops appear to support President Obama’s repeated vows not to let the U.S. military get “dragged into another ground war” in Iraq. Yet at the same time, the views of many service members are shaped by a deep ambivalence about this commander in chief and questions about his ability to lead the nation through a major war, according to the survey and interviews.   Continue reading “Poll: 70% of troops say no more boots on the ground in Iraq”

Guerrero Violence Latino 1.jpgFox News Latino

Authorities were searching Monday for 57 students reported missing after weekend violence left at least six people dead and 25 wounded in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero.

Twenty-two police officers from the city of Iguala were detained in connection with the incidents, Guerrero state prosecutor Inaky Blanco said. He said they denied responsibility but several had been identified by students.   Continue reading “Student protests in central Mexico leave 57 missing, 6 dead and 22 cops arrested”