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In the Heart of Papua New Guinea

In the Heart of Papua New Guinea

By Brynne Betz The flat bed truck grumbled as it crawled up the mountainside. It knew the way well and wasn’t happy to be doing it all over again. Once a day was enough. More was cruel. Like an ornery old man it sputtered and hissed, stumbling on rocks the size of melons and creaking […]

When a prescriptive easement is an easement

When a prescriptive easement is an easement

By Jennifer Felten Hoffman v. 162 North Wolfe LLC . This case involves a commercial transaction which occurred in 2010. The Hoffmans were the buyers in the transaction. Shortly after they purchased the property, the neighboring property owner, 162 North Wolfe LLC, claimed a landscape easement and prescriptive easement rights of ingress and egress over […]

Auras

Auras

By Brynne Betz Life will not, it will never, make sense to your mind.  The secret is to see life from the soul’s perspective;  to add to the mind’s experience the soul’s  wisdom, awareness, and total knowing. –Neale Donald Walsch I imagine they came to me like magnets, some mysterious part of them hearing my call, […]

An Open Letter To Christian Pastors

An Open Letter To Christian Pastors

     

CDC Responds: Admits Omitting Vaccine Data

CDC Responds: Admits Omitting Vaccine Data

After CDC whistleblower, Doctor William Thompson, exposed a fraudulent report on the effects of vaccines being filed for the Center for Disease Control, more information is emerging on these mandatory vaccines given to children throughout the United States. From our video partner, NextNewsNetwork: We told you recently about a new whistleblower inside the CDC. Now, we […]

UAVs and mobile tracking technologies

UAVs and mobile tracking technologies

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security Unmanned vehicles and innovative mobile apps – these are the cutting edge technologies used to maintain order at large airports nowadays. The latest addition are the mobile tracking technologies. Helsinki international airport is the first in the world to enable passengers to sue mobile tracking technologies in real time from […]

The Rest of the Common Core Story–Teacher Indoctrination

The Rest of the Common Core Story–Teacher Indoctrination

  By Randall Lund, Phd There is so much focus on the Common Core standards and their enforcement through  tightly correlated performance tests (SAGE tests in Utah) that people may not realize that Common Core is also linked to standards for preservice teaching training and standards for the evaluation of inservice teachers. So there are standards […]

A Gentle, Healing Connection

A Gentle, Healing Connection

Editor’s note:  It is our pleasure to introduce a new columnist to the Citizens Journal family, Brynne Betz who is a trained transpersonal psychologist, a discipline which marries the spiritual and the psychological into one practice. Ms. Betz has lived all over the world,  and has worked in prisons, as you will see by our first reposting […]

CDC whistleblower

CDC whistleblower

        By Jon Rappoport William W Thompson, PhD…the CDC whistleblower…was escorted off the premises of the CDC campus yesterday afternoon. This is what a source has just told me. Therefore, the CDC knows Thompson is the whistleblower. He’s in danger. I’ve also been told that the autism media channel, which had posted […]