Dec 31 08:59

The tally of Anchorage buildings significantly damaged by the quake surpasses 750 - and counting

A year ago, the Westmark hotel in downtown Anchorage completed a $1 million renovation. Now the hotel faces a long shutdown after the magnitude 7.0 earthquake on Nov. 30 caused structural damage.

The 14-story hotel at 720 W. Fifth Ave. is the tallest-known building in the city to suffer such severe problems, city officials said.

The quake’s widespread damage has created a busy workload for contractors, inspectors and engineers, said Sally Andrews, a spokeswoman with the hotel’s owner, Holland America Line. The backlog could delay “structural and safety” repairs, possibly for “several months," she said.

With reports of damage growing after the quake and aftershocks, inspectors with the city of Anchorage have identified more than 750 homes and buildings that suffered substantial damage, said Don Hickel, the city of Anchorage’s lead structural inspector, on Friday.

Another 900 buildings sustained minor damage.

Dec 31 08:54

CDC Finally Admits What Anti-vaxxers Say About The MMR Vaccine

Parents, legal guardians, pediatricians, family doctors, local school boards, state health agencies and specifically the States of California, Mississippi and West Virginia, must take notice what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have posted onto their Vaccine Information Statements MMR VIS dated February 12, 2018, but no one in the U.S. controlled, ‘free press and mainstream, lamestream media’ have left you know, published or broadcast via nightly news.

Dec 31 08:43

“Environmental Buccaneering”: Adani’s Stalling Mega-Mining Project in Northern Australia

It should be a sign for this Indian giant, a company that has done much to illustrate the ethical and moral bankruptcy in Australia’s political classes. Despite support stretching from Canberra to rural Queensland, lifted by the fantasy of job creation, Adani is yet to dig the earth of what would have been one of the largest mining complexes on the planet.

For one thing, a downsizing was announced suggesting a more compact operation that would supposedly fly under the radar of detractors. From its initial, lofty ambitions of a $16.5 billion investment, Adani Mining chief executive Lucas Dow now suggests a less extravagant $2 billion reliant on existing rail infrastructure. Even here, the mission to establish a new coal mine seems grotesque given the dire warnings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. While Adani mines, the world cooks.

Dec 31 08:30

Trump Auctions Off 150,000 Acres of Public Lands for Fracking Near Utah National Parks

On Tuesday the Trump administration offered more than 150,000 acres of public lands for fossil-fuel extraction near some of Utah's most iconic landscapes, including Arches and Canyonlands national parks.

Dozens of Utahns gathered at the state Capitol to protest the lease sale, which included lands within 10 miles of internationally known protected areas. In addition to Arches and Canyonlands, the Bureau of Land Management leased public lands for fracking near Bears Ears, Canyons of the Ancients and Hovenweep national monuments and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Dec 30 20:38

UFO or Transformer Explosion

Many unusual events have occured over the last few days, leaving some people to claim that UFO’s are sending a message. The first video was taken in Kenner, Louisiana in the early morning of December 27. The official story is that all the transformers blew out from high winds that damaged an electrical grid. A witness named Charles Walton claimed to see a UFO a mile wide. While I am open minded, I couldn’t see any detailed UFO’s in the videos, but the explosions are a spectacular display.

Dec 30 16:04

John Barbour's youtube site demonetized for postings about JFK's Assassination

For those who care about Freedom of Speech.

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Dec 30 11:12

Sanofi/Merck “6 in 1” vaccine approved by FDA for kids and is coming soon

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Sanofi’s new pediatric vaccine immunizing children against six diseases, the French pharmaceutical lab said on Wednesday.

Sanofi developed the new vaccine, dubbed Vaxelis, in partnership with Merck.

Vaxelis is designed for children aged 6 weeks to 4 years old and is designed to keep them from contracting diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, and invasive disease due to haemophilus influenza type B.

Sanofi and Merck are now working on the production and supply of Vaxelis aiming to make it available on the market in 2020 or later.

Dec 30 10:13

Inspiring Woman Invents Refugee Tents That Collect Rainwater and Store Solar Energy

Facing the difficulty of finding basic shelter and a home to live in, award-winning Jordanian-Canadian architect Abeer Seikaly was inspired to come up with a solution to help transform the lives of these refugees.

Named ‘Weaving a Home’, this design uses a unique structural fabric composed of high-strength plastic tubing molded into sine-wave curves that can expand and enclose during different weather conditions, and also be broken down to allow an ease in mobility and transport.

Aside from that, the tent can also collect rainwater and provide basic sanitation like showering, as the rainwater is collected from the top of the tent and and filters down the sides to storage pockets.

Through its innovative engineering design, the tent can also absorb solar energy and transform it into electric energy, which is stored in special batteries.

Dec 30 10:10

Chinese Scientist Who Genetically Modified Babies Is Under House Arrest

The Chinese scientist who shocked the world by announcing he created the first genetically-edited babies, He Jiankui, and who had been missing since his accomplishment spawned widespread outrage around the globe, has been "kept" in a small university guest house, apparently under lock and key while guarded by "a dozen unidentified men", according to the New York Times.

Dec 30 09:12

International traveler with measles arrived at New Jersey airport, state health officials say; warn of possible exposure

An individual who flew to a New Jersey airport on Christmas Eve has a confirmed case of the measles, health officials said Friday, warning that others could have been exposed.

The traveler with the “highly contagious disease” flew into Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal B on Dec. 24 from Brussels, the New Jersey Department of Health revealed in a news release.

The infected person was contagious at the time and possibly went to other parts of the travel hub, officials said.

Dec 29 13:49

Tylenol Damages the Brains of Children, Research Reveals

Millions use Tylenol on a daily basis without concern, but it has a wide range of toxic side effects you should be aware of, especially if you are pregnant or use it with your children.

Dec 29 13:49

Esteemed Heart Surgeon Blows the Lid Off the Big Pharma Statin Drug Scam

Dr. Dwight Lundell is an experienced heart surgeon and retired Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, Arizona. Not so long ago, Dr. Lundell made the following statement of confession: click here

Dec 29 13:15

Scott Adams: Climate Change, AOC Sexism, Sonic Weapons, Syria and Open Borders

AOC’s sexist tweet to her critic
Sonic weapon used against two of our embassies?
Mass hysteria, no weapon or culprit will ever be found
Challenge: Find me somebody, anybody who wants open borders
I’ve never met anyone who wants open borders, why?
Kurds are concerned about US pullout and attack by Turkey
Turks consider our Kurd allies to be terrorists
Shouldn’t we know why? Nobody seems to report why
Is the world safer today than it has ever been?
Hyper-connectivity benefits the world, makes us safer
Challenge: Provide a link to your BEST article on climate change
I’ll tweet the best arguments for both sides
Climate change arguments are very persuasive viewed alone
“Climate change is a scam” arguments…also persuasive

Dec 29 10:02

Indonesia Raises Danger Level for Anak Krakatau Volcano, More Tsunamis Feared

Indonesian officials raised the danger level for the Anak Krakatau volcano on Thursday to the second-highest level, increasing the size of the no-go zone around the volcano from two to five kilometers.

Local citizens were also urged to back away from coastal regions as more tsunamis could occur.

Last weekend’s deadly tsunami was triggered by a landslide from the volcano that was not accompanied by major seismic tremors, baffling an Indonesian tsunami-warning system that relies on detecting earthquakes.

Dec 29 09:46

New GMO label rules don't use the term GMO

Remember this word: Bioengineered.

It's the term the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has settled on for food labels that will indicate the presence of genetically modified organisms or GMOs in our food. In a final rule published earlier this month, the Agricultural Marketing Service arm of the USDA spelled out the new national mandatory food disclosure standard for bioengineered or BE foods.

It will require "food manufacturers, importers, and other entities that label foods for retail sale to disclose information about BE food and BE food ingredients. This rule is intended to provide a mandatory uniform national standard for disclosure of information to consumers about the BE status of foods. Establishment and implementation of the new Standard is required by an amendment to the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946."

Dec 29 09:12

Is a Grand Solar Minimum something we should worry about? Is another “Little Ice Age” approaching?

You may have recently heard the term grand solar minimum and Maunder minimum bandied around by the media lately, but what the heck are they talking about? And should we be worried about another Little Ice Age approaching?

Dec 29 08:27

A new study dives into what Americans consider the “perfect body”

We’ve all got our types. Whether it’s freckles, killer quads or a nice booty, there’s always that one thing that catches your eye.
We may vary on the specifics, but according to a recent study about “ideal” body types, we all kind of dig the same thing when it comes to body types.

Dec 29 08:22

Marvel fandom begs NASA to save Tony Stark… and they answer the call (19 Photos)

The long-awaited, highly anticipated, hype inflated, maybe even oversaturated — ok, that’s all I got. Anyway… the trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped last Friday and unsurprisingly its already breaking records, go figure!
With 289 million views in the first 24 hours, it’s now the most viewed trailer in history

Dec 28 19:41

Polar vortex update - evolving #PolarVortex (PV)

Prediction models from different sources vary significantly - and change drastically weekly


Dec 28 18:46

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will ring in the New Year with historic flyby of the most distant target ever explored

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will zip past the scrawny, icy object nicknamed Ultima Thule (TOO-lee) soon after the stroke of midnight.

One billion miles beyond Pluto and an astounding 4 billion miles from Earth (1.6 billion kilometers and 6.4 billion kilometers), Ultima Thule will be the farthest world ever explored by humankind.

Dec 28 17:59

Satellite Images Show Krakatau Eruption, Landslide Triggered Tsunami

The landslide that caused the Sunda Strait tsunami last week was likely the result of a flank collapse. A 2012 paper “Tsunami hazard related to a flank collapse of Anak Krakatau Volcano, Sunda Strait, Indonesia” notes that Anak Krakatau is built on the northeast side of the caldera created by the explosion of Krakatau and is most active on its own southwest flank. In human terms, this is known as a very, very bad place to build a house.

That paper notes that a collapse-caused tsunami has ample opportunity to inflict damage across the islands in the Sunda Strait, which we now know is precisely what happened. The images show that the landslide occurred on the SW side of Anak Krakatau, as predicted in 2012.

Dec 28 15:22

Continent-Sized Lava 'Blobs' Sit Deep Inside Earth, Study Finds

A pair of gigantic lava blobs, each the size of a continent, sit far beneath Earth's surface, and a new study has learned more about their composition.

The study, published June 20 in the journal Nature Geoscience, found each of the lava lamp-like blobs sit at the base of the planet's mantle, just above the core, miles and miles below the surface. Contained by structures that are 100 times taller than Mount Everest, scientists hope to learn more about these chambers, which may reveal more secrets about how the Earth formed billions of years ago, Live Science reports.

What's especially interesting about this study is the revelation that the chambers' composition may be different from that of the surrounding mantle, but the scientists admit they'll need to further study the area to confirm that.

Dec 28 14:31

Abortion Is at An All-Time Low – Here’s Why

New federal data shows that the abortion rate in the United States has decreased dramatically over the last decade.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have come out with a a new report that shows America’s abortion rate has declined 26% between 2006 and 2015. This is the lowest level of abortions the government has on record.

This is great news. However, while abortions have significantly declined as reported by the CDC, Life News reports that a number of states don’t actually report their abortion numbers to the CDC. Those states include California, Maryland, and New Hampshire. A number of states also didn’t provide comprehensive numbers and only gave the CDC limited information.

Dec 28 13:49


China is finally looking into its scientists’ human gene-editing trials — but some patients are already out of view.

According a newly published Wall Street Journal story, Chinese scientists using CRISPR technology provided by the startup Anhui Kedgene Biotechnology have lost touch with at least some of the late-stage cancer patients whose DNA they altered.

That means no one knows for sure how the editing may have affected the patients in the longer term — and according to experts, that lack of follow-up could affect CRISPR research far beyond China’s borders.

Keeping Tabs
In the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration recommends that researchers follow up with patients involved in gene therapy trials for 15 years. No such recommendation exists in China, however, and Chinese CRISPR researchers’ lack of extended follow-up could prove disastrous as the nascent technology finds its footing.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ah yes, gene editing; what could possibly go wrong, except patients walking away for scientific monitoring?!?

The developers of this technology .... have some 'splaining to do!!

Dec 28 10:10

CDC Warning: A Respiratory Virus Is Attacking Both Children And Adults

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning of a respiratory virus that is currently attacking both children and adults. The CDC says that everyone should watch out for Respiratory Syncytial Virus or “RSV.”

RSV may start out by noticeable symptoms that are very similar to those of the common cold and most people will recover in less than two weeks believing they only had a cold. Some symptoms are coughing, wheezing, loss of appetite, runny nose, and a fever. Those symptoms are very similar to those of the common cold, and most people have actually had RSV before possibly believing it to be a cold.

Dec 28 09:16

First-ever comprehensive project finds that 93% of Americans have glyphosate in their bodies

If you think the proliferation of crop chemicals throughout the environment isn’t all that big of a deal, think again. A comprehensive analysis of glyphosate in particular – glyphosate being the main ingredient in Monsanto’s (now Bayer’s) Roundup herbicide – found that a shocking 93 percent of all people have the chemical lingering inside their bodies.

The research project out of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) involved conducting urine samples on test subjects from all across the country, including in areas far away from crop fields where glyphosate and other chemicals are applied. What they found is that almost everyone nowadays is contaminated with glyphosate, which has been identified as a contributor to cancer.

Dec 28 09:16

Europe Bans Airport Body Scanners For "Health and Safety" Concerns

The European Union issued a ruling this week that bans X-ray body scanners in all European airports. According to the European Commission, the agency charged with enforcing the ruling across the EU’s 27 member nations, the prohibition is necessary “in order not to risk jeopardizing citizens’ health and safety.”

X-ray body scanners, which use "backscatter" ionized radiation technology, emit enough radiation to theoretically damage DNA and cause cancer. While the level of radiation is extremely low, some studies have found that over time a small number of cancer cases could result from scanning millions of people a year. Statistically the incidence is minuscule, but it’s a possibility nonetheless.

Dec 28 09:13

Health officials warn of virus that sends infants to intensive care

Federal health officials warned this week of a highly contagious cold-like virus that affects everyone, and leaves the elderly and young kids especially vulnerable — including a 14-month-old girl who landed in the intensive care unit.

New Orleans mom Mary Danna Daste and her husband, Kevin, rushed their daughter Vivian to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.

The toddler had developed a troubling cough and high fever earlier this month, 4WWL reported.

“About 3 a.m., she started with this bark-like cough,” Daste told the network. “It sounded like a seal cough. At 5 a.m., her fever spiked to 103 degrees, so we went straight to Children’s Hospital [in New Orleans]. When they told me within 24 hours after that, that she was being put in ICU, that’s when I freaked out.”

Doctors told the parents that the tot also had pneumonia and adenovirus.

Dec 28 09:09

Ebola BREAKOUT: 24 patients flee treatment centre sparking emergency search

The patients, some of whom had not yet been tested, broke out of the treatment centre in the Congolese city of Beni.

Officials have tracked three of them, but the rest remain at large, sparking a fear of the deadly disease spreading.

The attack was orchestrated by demonstrators angry at being excluded from voting in the weekend's election.

Beni and its surrounding area has had voting cancelled by the government due to the ebola outbreak and militia violence.

Dec 27 13:32

Vaccingate: Italians Uncover Vaccine Fraud!

THIS IS IMPORTANT! Italy has found that the vaccines forced upon their children DO NOT HAVE THE NAMED ANTIGENS IN THEM!!!!

Dec 27 11:30 Doesn't Believe In Free Speech

Here is the response from,why they will not post Breitbart or many of the websites here on WRH.

Daniel from Mix Support
1:57 AM (8 hours ago)
to me
As per our Terms of Service, we reserve the right to exclude any content form our service at our discretion, and without explanation.
Kind regards

Frank Marion

10:19 AM (0 minutes ago)
to Daniel
In other words you are deepstate and you are censoring Free Speech. Pathetic.I don't agree with much on Breitbart but they unlike you believe in the Bill of Rights!

Dec 27 08:11

Thousands Might Have Been Exposed to HIV & Hep B, C at New Jersey Hospital

Webmaster's Commentary: 

According to a Johns Hopkins study, medical mistakes are now the third leading cause of death in this country.

Dec 27 07:47

If Solar Panels Are So Clean, Why Do They Produce So Much Toxic Waste?

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in 2016 estimated there was about 250,000 metric tonnes of solar panel waste in the world at the end of that year. IRENA projected that this amount could reach 78 million metric tonnes by 2050.

Solar panels often contain lead, cadmium, and other toxic chemicals that cannot be removed without breaking apart the entire panel. “Approximately 90% of most PV modules are made up of glass,” notes San Jose State environmental studies professor Dustin Mulvaney. “However, this glass often cannot be recycled as float glass due to impurities. Common problematic impurities in glass include plastics, lead, cadmium and antimony.”

Researchers with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) undertook a study for U.S. solar-owning utilities to plan for end-of-life and concluded that solar panel “disposal in “regular landfills [is] not recommended...

Dec 27 07:20

Venezuela earthquake: Carabobo ROCKED by 5.6 quake - ‘It was so strong’

VENEZUELA has been rocked by a 5.6 magnitude earthquake, with residents in the region of Carabobo reporting strong shaking.

Dec 26 18:48

The collapse of science: Respected journal publishes “study” that superimposes Trump’s face on monkey feces… Penn State professors rejoice

It is well documented that scientific journals routinely publish fraudulent studies, but never before has academia made such a mockery of science, scientific literature, and their own academic institutions. The left’s infatuation with Donald Trump has tainted their professional careers and exposed the collapse of science. For one, how can Americans trust all the “climate change” studies coming from universities today if the science is being conducted by “scholars” whose main objective is to smear the President, instead of presenting real data?

Dec 26 18:45

Vitamin D can STOP the development of liver problems, researchers find

One prospective study that looked at more than 33,000 individuals revealed that sufficient vitamin D intake could reduce the risk of developing liver cancer by an incredible 50 percent. It’s a thrilling finding given the fact that 24,000 people succumb to this aggressive cancer each year.

They also found that vitamin D could potentially serve as a good therapy against chronic hepatitis C infection by impairing the virus’s ability to replicate and slowing its spread. It also helps to stop the liver scarring associated with the illness. In addition, getting sufficient vitamin D lowers the chances of metabolic syndrome by 67 percent.

Dec 26 18:42

Shocking research: Prozac could be driving the antibiotic resistance crisis

The misuse and overuse of antibiotic drugs in both humans and animals has played a large part in the development of these “superbugs,” but a recent study has warned that the use of other medications is also driving the development of antibiotic resistance.

The study, published in the journal Environment International, confirmed that the antidepressant drug fluoxetine – commonly known as Prozac or Sarafem – “directly causes multi-antibiotic resistance via genetic mutation.”

Dec 26 10:57


The Russian Defence Ministry, on special orders from President Vladimir Putin, on Wednesday conducted a successful final test launch of a new hypersonic glide missile system ahead of its official deployment in 2019, according to reports from Russian state media. The new weapon, called the Avangard, uses an intercontinental ballistic missile and a hypersonic glide vehicle and can travel 20 times the speed of sound.

In Wednesday's field exercise, the hypersonic weapon was launched from the Dombarovsky Air Base in the southern Ural Mountains. Moscow said the missile successfully struck a designated practice target on the Kura Missile Test Range, more than 3,700 miles away.

“Putin arrived at the National Defense Control Center and gave the command to start the tests,” the Kremlin’s press office said, according to Russian media outlet Sputnik. “The launch was conducted by combat troops of the Strategic Missile Forces from the Dombarovsky launch facility.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

You see, the difference between Russian and American weaponry manufacturers is, that the Russians actually test their equipment before deploying them, to make absolutely certain that they work as they are supposed to; with American weapons manufacturers the results are .... somewhat less stellar.

As those of you who read my posts understand; as a Christian pacifist activist, I abhor war as a way for the US to achieve its geopolitical goals. That having been said, when our military are actually in a war environment, I want to see the best weaponry possible for them, and not fraught with the kinds of delays, foul-ups, bleeps, and blunders we see as a chronic problem in American weapons programs.

And as an example, I give you America's 21st century "Honorary Edsel" of a jet fighter, the Lockheed Martin F-35.

January 24, 2018: the F-35, the world's most expensive weapons system, still has plenty of problems

July 2018: WTF-35: How the Joint Strike Fighter Got to Be Such a Mess

F-35 flaws are being hidden, so that they can claim development phase is done

September, 2018: the F-35 still has unresolved design flaws

October 17, 2018: Heading into F-35 Operational test, threats of delays loom

You do, I am sure, catch my drift here; the necessary, and highly complex, process of solving these problems appears to be in its absolute infancy, and unless the process is intelligently addressed by both Martin Lockheed and the US military, this will continue to be the Edsel of US weaponry.

Dec 26 09:44

TRIPLETS all become autistic within hours of vaccination… see shocking video that has the vaccine industry doubling down on lies and disinfo

A VAXXED video that has been banned almost everywhere is going viral on, the Youtube alternative video community for free speech on vaccines, GMOs, natural medicine and more.

As the video shows below, healthy triplets all became autistic within hours of vaccination, once again demonstrating that vaccines cause autism. The parents, the McDowell family in Detroit, Michigan, have spoken out publicly against the horrific medical violence being committed against children every day across America through toxic vaccines. (See for more reporting on vaccines and autism.)

The names of their three children, pictured above, are Richie, Robbie and Claire. All three children were vaccinated on the same day, and within hours, they all become severely autistic.

Dec 26 09:33

Bayer Stock Crashes After Monsanto Cancer Verdict Upheld By Judge; Analyst Estimates $800 Billion In Future Liability

They’ve been waiting for the news about how San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos would rule in a certain case. Would she rule against or in favor of Bayer’s appeal of the Monsanto Cancer Verdict?

The case was finally resolved Tuesday morning. Judge Suzanne Ramos Bolanos upheld the jury’s decision, ruling that Roundup – a dangerous glyphosate-based weedkiller sold by Monsanto – lead to California man’s terminal cancer. She also ruled that Monsanto, in fact, intentionally hid the potential dangers of the weedkiller. (1)

Bayer had to know that such news would result in serious damage to the company. As the news of Judge Ramon Bolanos’ ruling spread like wildfire, it, of course, affected the stock market as well. The ruling resulted in an immediate crash in Bayer’s stock value.

Dec 26 09:30

Illegal Land Grab and Human Rights Abuses in the Congo

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s biggest conservation organizations, is breaking the law in its backing of a conservation zone in the Congo Basin, according to letters released today.

The letters demonstrate that the new protected area, known as Messok Dja, is being created without the free, prior and informed consent of the people who rely on that land for survival, members of the Baka and Bakwele tribes.

Dec 26 09:12

At Least 281 Dead, Over 1,000 Injured Following Tsunami in Indonesia

A tsunami hit the Sunda Strait in Indonesia on Saturday night, leaving over 280 dead and hundreds more injured.

Dec 26 08:37

Russia: Hole drilled from inside International Space Station capsule

A Russian cosmonaut who explored a mysterious hole in a capsule docked to the International Space Station said Monday that the opening was drilled from inside the spacecraft and Russian law enforcement agencies are investigating what caused it.

Sergei Prokopyev said investigators were looking at samples he and crewmate Oleg Kononenko collected during a Dec. 12 spacewalk. Prokopyev and two other astronauts returned to Earth last week from a 197-day space station mission.

Dec 26 08:31

COVER-UP: Scientists who find glyphosate herbicide in common foods are silenced or reassigned

Do you know what’s really in the foods you eat? Sure, there’s a list of ingredients on the package, but your food could contain one very toxic substance that isn’t disclosed: glyphosate. You might not be too surprised to find this deadly herbicide ingredient in non-organic fruits and vegetables, but the truth is that it has also made its way into a surprising number of popular foods – and countless unsuspecting people are ingesting this dangerous carcinogen.

The Guardian reports that U.S. government scientists found glyphosate in foods like crackers, cornmeal, and granola cereal. Of course, this information wasn’t publicized; it was uncovered in emails that were obtained through a Freedom of Information request.

For two years, the FDA has been testing food samples for glyphosate residues, but they have yet to release the official results. Nevertheless, one email written by a chemist for the FDA, Richard Thompson, to his colleagues showed how pervasive the problem is.

Dec 26 08:28

Fluoride is a neurotoxin that damages your brain

For many people, fluoride has become a fact of life. The addition of fluoride to public water supplies en masse has made avoiding exposure to this toxin very difficult. While proponents of fluoride say that this “mineral” is essential for dental health, the truth is that fluoride is not an essential nutrient. Human beings do not need to consume fluoride to be healthy — and in fact, you are much better off without it.

While it is true that fluoride can be found in the Earth’s crust, the fluoride used in dental products and tap water is not derived from the Earth. Instead, water fluoridation relies on chemicals known as “silicofluorides.” These are byproducts of the phosphate fertilizer industry — and municipalities nationwide allow these chemicals to be dumped into the water supply for the explicit purpose of human consumption.

Dec 26 08:20

Krakatoa Alert: Another Eruption Could Potentially Kill Millions And Significantly Lower Global Temperatures For 5 Years

Because most Americans are so focused on preparations for Christmas, not a lot of attention is being paid to the massive disaster that just took place in Indonesia, and that is a huge mistake.

Anak Krakatoa has sprung to life, and there is a reason why it is known as one of the most dangerous volcanoes on the entire planet. When Krakatoa erupted on August 27th, 1883 the explosion was so loud that it was literally heard 3,000 miles away, and it was estimated that the tsunami waves were over 100 feet tall in some places. If such an eruption happened today, it would be an even worse disaster than the 2004 Indonesian tsunami which killed more than 200,000 people globally. We are talking about an event that would instantly alter all of our lives for reasons that I will share below.

So the fact that this mountain of fire has come alive is a really big deal.

Dec 26 07:58

Big Pharma Lawsuit: Drug Companies Worked Together To Raise The Price Of Drugs

A major antitrust lawsuit against some large drug companies accuses Big Pharma of working together to raise the cost of generic drugs. These drugs have had their prices increased by 1,000 % or more.

The drugs in question were prescribed to treat conditions such as epilepsy, heart failure, anxiety, insomnia, hypertension, diabetes, asthma, arthritis, and more. The lawsuit alleges that drugmakers colluded to undermine that competition, harming patients and the taxpayers.

Dec 26 07:10

Ohio Bans Dismemberment Abortions

The common second trimester abortion procedure – also known as dilation and evacuation (D&E) – involves dilating the mother’s cervix and then removing the baby’s limbs using surgical instruments prior to extracting his or her remains from the uterus.

“Ohio Right to Life is immensely grateful to our governor and our pro-life legislature for prioritizing this crucial legislation,” said Mike Gonidakis, president of Ohio Right to Life, adding:

Ohio Right to Life has seen 21 pro-life initiatives become law in the last eight years. All of these initiatives have led to abortions decreasing by more than 25% in Ohio, and half of Ohio’s abortion clinics shutting down. With four years of pro-life Governor-elect Mike DeWine ahead of us, the prospect of ending abortion in Ohio has never looked better.

Abortionists who perform dismemberment abortions in defiance of the law could face fourth-degree felony charges, including a jail sentence and fines, reports Fox 31.

Dec 26 07:06

Japan to Leave International Whaling Commission to Resume Whaling - Reports

Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Wednesday that Tokyo decided to pull out from the International Whaling Commission (IWC) starting in 2019 to resume commercial whaling in July after a 30-year pause, local media reported.

Japan decided to withdraw from the organization since its calls for the whaling resumption due to the growing number of whales had not been supported by other states in the IWC, the NHK World broadcaster reported.

Despite the fact that Japan officially refrained from whaling for about 30 years, whale meat from time to time could be found in the country's supermarkets and restaurants.

The IWC banned commercial whaling in 1986, but some countries including Japan, Norway and Iceland have exploited a provision in the 1946 Convention for the Regulation of Whaling that allows whales to be killed for scientific purposes.

Dec 26 07:03

Sicily/ Mt. Etna quakes

Dec 25 19:31

Home video brings 1938 Civil War reunion to life

My great great grampa fought at Gettysburg with the 6th Virginia Infantry Regiment,Army of Northern Virginia,General Robert E. Lee commanding.They were assigned the job of guarding Lee's artillery or I probably would not be here.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- One hundred and fifty-six years ago, America was ripped apart by the greatest conflict it had ever seen. Two years into the Civil War there was no end in sight, and rebel forces were making headway.

The Battle of Gettysburg was the high-water mark of the Confederacy, as General Robert E. Lee marched northward through the Shenandoah Valley with designs on penetrating deep into Pennsylvania.

Over the course of three days, Union and Confederate armies suffered between 46,000 and 51,000 casualties, making Gettysburg the most costly battle in U.S. history.

Dec 25 18:38

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks still open during government shutdown

SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (KFSN) -- The federal government shutdown is affecting operations at national parks to varying degrees.

Some are closed, but in our backyard, Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon all remain open with limited services.

At Sequoia, you'll likely notice some changes.

You won't have to pay an entrance fee.

Dec 25 14:44

Syrian state media report missile attack near Damascus

BEIRUT (AP) — Warplanes flying over Lebanon fired missiles toward areas near the Syrian capital of Damascus late Tuesday and some of the missiles were shot down by air defense units, Syrian state TV said. There was no immediate word on casualties.

Dec 25 14:14

Incoherent Thoughts from the Yankee Capital: Papua New Guinea Looks Better and Better II

Having just returned from two weeks in the curious environs of Washington, DC, I offer a few observations on the national lunacy deposit:

The de-Christianization of the country, or at least this part of it, is almost complete. I can think of hearing the word “Christmas” only twice in two weeks of trough-inciting retail advertising.

Culture shock: We stayed with friends who for various reasons, such as being in the business, always had a television on. At home in Mexico we got rid of the lobotomy box some fifteen years ago, seeing little advantage in paying seventy dollars a month for 250 channels, none worth watching, adorned with twenty minutes an hour of stupid commercials. Coming back to this was like jumping into raw sewage. Perhaps the worst of it was the contempt for the public manifested in running the same ad twice in one commercial break, and in the loving close-ups of pizzas with dripping cheese. Buy, buy, buy.