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First Amendment Under Attack: 18 Examples Of How They Are Coming For Our Free Speech

The American Dream Tuesday, December 20, 2011 In the United States today, the First Amendment is under attack like never before.  Technological innovations such as the Internet have made it possible for average Americans to communicate directly with one another in ways that completely bypass the mainstream media, and this is making the elite very … Continue reading

Canadian judge rules SSRI antidepressants like Prozac can cause children to commit murder

Jonathan Benson Natural News December 18, 2011 (NaturalNews) The use of antidepressant and psychiatric drugs, particularly among children, is an extremely risky activity that could have fatal consequences for both the individuals that use them, as well as their friends and family. According to the National Post, a Canadian judge recently ruled that the extreme … Continue reading

Four ways Monsanto threatens the environment and public health ….

Emery Antonius December 18, 2011 (NaturalNews) Biotechnology giant Monsanto has been the leader in genetically modifying the planet, altering the genetic structure of crops and seeds that are consumed by individuals around the globe. Scientific research has found that GM crops and herbicides are not only leading to a number of health disorders, but they … Continue reading

Child Poverty In America Is Absolutely EXPLODING – 16 Shocking Statistics That Will Break Your Heart and its happening right now !

The Economic Collapse Wednesday, December 14, 2011 The economy is worst than you think. Famalies are living in their cars and even worst Families are living on  the street . This issue is obviously not a big concern for the people we have in power , yes I said it WE , because WE have … Continue reading

And Yall Wanna Join The Army: Air Force dumped remains of 274 troops in landfill

msnbc.com Reports On December 8, 2011 The incinerated partial remains of at least 274 American troops were dumped in a Virginia landfill, according to government records, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. Air Force officials said that the dumping was hidden from families who had given authorization for the remains to be disposed of in a … Continue reading

Federal Judge Rules Bloggers Are Not Journalists

Steven Musil CNet.com Reports A U.S. District Court judge in Portland, Ore., ruled that a blogger who wrote about an investment firm that subsequently accused her of defamation must pay the company $2.5 million because she’s a blogger who doesn’t legally qualify as a journalist. Crystal Cox, whose blogs are a mixture of fact, opinion, and … Continue reading

Senate approves indefinite detention and torture of Americans

Brendan Smialowski / Getty Images / AFP The terrifying legislation that allows for Americans to be arrested, detained indefinitely, tortured and interrogated — without charge or trial — passed through the Senate on Thursday with an overwhelming support from 93 percent of lawmakers. Only seven members of the US Senate voted against the National Defense … Continue reading