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A Thanksgiving Reflection

A Thanksgiving Reflection

There are no shortages of tragedies and crises in the world, doctor and this Thanksgiving week offers no exception. But, equally so, there are always many things for which to be thankful, and this Thanksgiving demands no departure from that comforting reality. Anyone who honestly ponders for a moment what we have here must inevitably […]

For the Holidays: One more time wishing you—Thanksgiving Grace by Brynne Betz

For the Holidays: One more time wishing you—Thanksgiving Grace by Brynne Betz

By Brynne Betz She was young but her spirit had already walked many, many miles. Her voice was rough, her eyes were tired, her body dragged. I saw her in the hallway after she brought her little girl to school and before she headed back to the projects where she and her three children lived. […]

Beauty is in the eye of the behold, even if it’s a melting house…seriously?

Beauty is in the eye of the behold, even if it’s a melting house…seriously?

By Jennifer Felton An artist in London has generated a lot of attention by building a two story house in the middle of town that is slowly melting away. Erected as part of the art exhibit known as the Merge Festival, the house went up at the end of September and has been slowing melting […]

It’s Good to be the King- Cartoonist Chip Bok

It’s Good to be the King- Cartoonist Chip Bok

                        The president likes to insist he’s not a king. Twenty-two times he insisted he couldn’t just change the immigration law. Until Thursday he did. He insisted his position hadn’t changed. King But what more can we expect from a king in silk stockings and pink […]

Alert: Monsanto is trying to crush Maui right now

Alert: Monsanto is trying to crush Maui right now

      By Jon Rappoport Right now, the heart of the ACTUAL American struggle against Monsanto is in Maui. On Election Day, voters in Maui County passed a local ballot measure blocking Monsanto and Dow from further development of GMOs. Maui is a very importance piece of Monsanto’s empire. Because of the year-round weather, […]

How to curb the cost of a SodaStream® using simple chemistry

How to curb the cost of a SodaStream® using simple chemistry

By Beers So you bought the SodaStream® thinking what a great idea, and it is.  I have one myself and love it. Just like everything else these days the real cost comes from the add-ons or replenishing working stock. With the SodaStream® the downside is in replenishing the CO2 tanks from your local vender. You […]

Jerry (Ben and Jerry’s) lives in a fake world

Jerry (Ben and Jerry’s) lives in a fake world

        By Jon Rappoport Editor’s Note: The views expressed in Mr. Rappoport’s columns are solely his views “A few years ago, there were sixteen countries that had total or partial bans on GMOs. Now there are at least twenty-six, including Switzerland, Australia, Austria, China, India, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Greece, Bulgaria, Poland, […]

Does Congress Need To Be Bribed To Do Its Job?

Does Congress Need To Be Bribed To Do Its Job?

Would Congress adopt sounder policies if members received bonus pay for reaching economic growth targets?

Protecting Internet of Things (IoT) from malicious attacks

Protecting Internet of Things (IoT) from malicious attacks

In this day and age, when IoT (Internet of Things) is fast becoming a key feature of everyday life, any malicious strike and intentional attack on the internet’s global connectivity could seriously disrupt civilian routine and even undermine critical and vital military or government infrastructure. Currently, and even more so in the future, online components, […]

Find Your Peach Pit

Find Your Peach Pit