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Prostate cancer screening does NOT save lives, puts men at risk according to groundbreaking study

Too much testing is dangerous: Prostate cancer screening does NOT save lives, puts men at risk according to groundbreaking study Source: New Paradigm by Lance D Johnson Routine cancer screening is notorious for giving false positives, leading to unnecessary diagnoses for benign cancers. False diagnoses for prostate cancer are commonplace, and they …

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Authoritarianism

Overcoming the Myth of Authority

Image credit: Ryan Rodrick Beiler/Shutterstock. Source: The Mind Unleashed March 31, 2018 Gary Z McGee “For thousands hacking at the branches there is one striking the root.” ~Henry David Thoreau If, as Albert Einstein said, “unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth,” then it stands to reason that …

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Cannabis

A Flourishing Hemp Industry Is Growing in Colorado

There is one thing that sets this state apart from most of the others: an almost total disregard of federal law. Source: Foundation for Economic Education March 31, 2018 by Michael Maharrey Colorado’s industrial hemp industry continues to grow despite ongoing federal prohibition. The early successes in creating a viable hemp …

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Banking and Monetary Policy

UPDATE – China to start paying yuan for oil

Source: The Corbett Report April 2, 2018 James Corbett No sooner had I penned my editorial on how “The Petroyuan Was Born This Week” than the next piece of the puzzle arrived: China is set to start buying oil directly with yuan this year. You may not know it, but …

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Interventionism

Ignore The Words Of US Presidents. Watch Their Actions Instead.

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist April 1, 2018 by Caitlin Johnstone President Trump has publicly announced that he is planning to withdraw US troops from Syria “like, very soon,” something he has reportedly been saying in private for weeks now. Predictably, partisan propaganda firms like CNN and the Washington Post …

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2nd Amendment

Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that Second Amendment applies to individuals, not militias, and may include military weapons

Source: OpDeepState March 31, 2018 by Dr. Eowyn On February 23, 2018, during a radio interview with Hugh Hewitt, Stanford U. political science professor and President George W. Bush’s secretary of state Condoleezza Rice said: “I think it is time to have a conversation about what the right to bear …

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Surveillance State

Goodbye Facebook, and Screw You Too

Photo by paz.ca | CC BY 2.0 Source: counterpunch March 30, 2018 by Christopher Ketcham I joined Facebook in 2014 at the urging of a friend of mine in Moab, Utah – of all places, Moab, an outpost in the desert – who had worked in marketing, political advertising, messaging …

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Banking and Monetary Policy

The Petroyuan Was Born This Week. Here’s What It Means.

Source: The Corbett Report March 31, 2018 James Corbett It has been promised for 25 years. Its coming has been heralded as a world-changing event. It has launched a thousand headlines in the last few months. And it happened this week. But if you blinked you would have missed it. …

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Inequality

Socialism, Privacy And Charity For The Powerful. Capitalism, Surveillance And Rugged Individualism For The Powerless.

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist March 31, 2018 by Caitlin Johnstone “The crowning achievement in hypocrisy must go to those staunch Republicans and Democrats of the Midwest and West who were given land by our government when they came here as immigrants from Europe. They were given education through the …

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Surveillance State

Scientist Says RFID Won’t Be Optional & May Change The Essence Of What It Means To Be Human

Source: Collective Evolution March 30, 2018 Arjun Walia As the world continues to advance technologically, so do more initiatives that encroach on our basic human rights. It seems we’re on our way to becoming a card-less, cashless society. Remember when our credit and debit cards didn’t have a chip, and …

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