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  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine advisory group voted back in February of this year to include FluMist in the vaccine line-up for the 2018-19 flu season, returning the vaccine to the US market after a two-season hiatus. After seeing a 2% drop in vaccine sales for flu, the panel brought back the

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As Americans are still taking their kids to their well-child appointments and school sports physicals shooting them up with poisons, I thought it would be a good time to talk about what happened in Kenya.   A state-sponsored forced sterilization on a massive scale has allegedly taken place in Africa according to opposition leaders and the public

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Our current mental health care system hasn’t progressed since the asylum days as much as we’d like to think. Physical straitjackets replaced by chemical ones. We are living in a society where 50 million people are on a psychiatric drug. Not only is that statistic alarming, but America is only about 5% of the entire

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Glyphosate is so prevalent in our environment that trace amounts of it is now found in a wide variety of consumer products, including foods and personal hygiene products, in the human body, and in water supplies. To some scientists and related officials, none of these products individually contain high enough levels of glyphosate to pose a

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Geoengineering (weather modification) is hitting the mainstream hard as a potential response to climate change. Congressional hearings and more are all taking place, but there is evidence to suggest that spraying has already been happening. All of the evidence showing it’s been happening for a long time. Are they really spraying to combat climate change,

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Cognitive dissonance seems to be the #1 problem in America today.  All over social media feeds and news story comment threads you can clearly see most are aware there are serious problems in America, but not too many are willing to get to the roots.  Just like allopathic medicine, treating the symptoms isn’t going to

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