(NaturalNews) After the mainstream media desperately tried to destroy Donald Trump by defaming him with a barrage of made-up lies -- that's what the media does best -- suddenly all the journalists who tried to destroy Trump are befuddled by his inexplicable rise in the polls.But... [...]
One of the most common questions I’m asked in interviews is how I got started prepping. That crucial moment when you decide that you need to change the way you live is paramount to understanding the motivation to live a prepared lifestyle.
Recently, I asked many of you how you started out, too, for an article I was working on. You answered via email and social media, and I so thoroughly enjoyed hearing your stories that I decided to publish some of them in this collection, as opposed t [...]
(NaturalNews) As California's climate fades to desert, rats are coming out of their hiding places in search of water. They are coming out to parks to steal water from dog bowls and attacking horse troughs in desperate need of something to drink. They are finding new ways into homes... [...]
Google Ventures president Bill Maris believes that we will soon be able to live to the age of 500. While aging might seem like one of the fundamental ... [...]
(NaturalNews) Over the last several weeks, I put the Ultimaker 2 3D printer through the paces at my 3D print farm in Texas which is producing parts for the Food Rising project. The printer has been churning out a lot of the parts we're shipping with our Food Rising Mini-Farm Grow... [...]
After a 6.8 earthquake hit just off the Japanese coast this week, would it not be prudent to temporarily shut down reactors which could end up causing an even worse disaster than Daichii’s?
Despite the fact that TEPCO covered up (and continues to lie about) one of the biggest nuclear disasters of our time, their customers are looking at a rate hike. This, despite the fact that they have turned a profit (even with the Fukushima reactor meltdown) for the past several years.
There are also rumors [...]
(NaturalNews) With so many different types of cookware on the market today, making the best and safest choices for our families can be a challenge. But tried-and-true cast iron is still among the most durable and non-toxic types of cookware available -- and if you know how to use... [...]
from Western Journalism:
Last month, New Jersey’s second most populous city awarded a company a $500,000 contract to provide its police department firearms and ammunition that sells “strictly to law enforcement/Fire/EMS approved personnel” in an effort to “shape the dialogue” on gun control in America.
Jersey City, the second most populous community in New Jersey located just west of New York City, sought a firearms vendor by asking four “socially responsible” questions to compani [...]
(NaturalNews) As time passes and the world becomes more chaotic -- and poor, with the exception of the uber-wealthy, whose income and worth just keeps rising no matter what happens around the globe -- more and more financial experts and economic analysts have become uber-pessimistic... [...]
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Beth Clay is a unique contributor to the CDC whistleblower story. Clay was the staff lead on the original House Oversight Committee’s investigation looking into concerns about vaccine injuries in 1999.
Working in Congress, she had a genuine desire to find the truth and find solutions regarding the rapidly increasing autism rates.
What she found during her time in Congress, however, shocked her. The recent revelations of Dr. Thompson, the CDC whistleblowe [...]
Police officers swarmed Herefordshire's Crown Inn on Sunday in search of the stolen Nanteos Cup. The wooden bowl, which some believe to be the actual ... [...]
In an ideal world, we eat in-season foods grown as locally as possible. And while the vast majority of us still shop at grocery stores and buy imported treats from time to time, edible healing plants are hiding in plain sight all around us – sometimes in our own backyards. A recent article over at EcoWatch suggested 10 indigenous foods from around the world that are nutrient-dense and delicious to boot. I have selected a few that are easiest to find and definitely worth your considerat [...]
Viral Nova | Conspiracy theorists are usually swept under the table and deemed crazy people in need of some intense psychiatric help…but then…some of them actually kind of make sense. Reading into these ideas might make you feel a little nuts, but don’t worry. You’re not the only one.
1. Princess Diana: Many believe “the People’s Princess” was murdered in an elaborate scheme by the British royal family. They believe her ex-in-laws were embarrassed by the Diana’s new relationship [...]
"..can do a myriad of different types of damages including bringing the plane down," says aviation lawyer. [...]
from Gold Core:
Has the U.S. shot itself in the proverbial foot? Well possibly, short sighted U.S. Sanctions against BNP could spur the end of the U.S. Dollar as a reserve currency. As you may be aware the U.S. has agreed a whopping $9 Billion fine against BNP bank over their breaking of rules relating to transactions with Sudan and Iran.
What is not as widely know is that some of BNP’s business units are being restricted in their ability to clear USD transactions. This represents a new w [...]
by Farm Operator, Survival Blog:
“Have you watched Doomsday Preppers? Man, those people are crazy!”
“We’ve got this neighbor down the street who’s prepping for the end of the world. What a weirdo!”
We’ve all heard these comments (or similar ones). As for the wife and me, when friends, delivery men, in-laws, out-laws, offspring, or third cousins (who only show when they need something) come by the house, we don’t want them thinking we’re crazier than we are. Most importantly, [...]
It may seem obvious, but it’s a ruling that puts to rest a genuine debate in Europe over the limits of copyright law. [...]
One day Rose-Lynn Fisher wondered if her tears of grief would look different compared to her tears of joy, so she began to explore them up close under a microscope.
She studied 100 different tears and found that basal tears (the ones that our body produces to lubricate our eyes) are drastically different from the tears that happen when we are chopping onions. The tears that come about from hard laughter aren’t even close to the tears of sorrow. Like a drop of ocean water each tiny tear drop c [...]
USA Today | 2,000 new positions will be stationed in Texas. [...]
Truth Revolt | "You would have to ask the State Department about how they responded to FOIA requests." [...]
Today’s news and yesterday’s news, with gold declining, is very interesting. The most important reason put out by the bullion banks and the mainstream media had to do with the study released by the World Gold Council that suggested that not all of the gold that’s been imported into China has been used for central bank reserves or has gone into retail safekeeping.
I would point out that what that means is that a whole class of creditors and debtors in China believes t [...]
from Dan Norcini:
Not that long ago I sent up a post about the Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report issued by the folks over at the USDA. I took issue with some of that data as it conflicted with their own weekly slaughter data. Whether that is here or there no longer matters in terms of the futures market reaction because ultimately, the markets always have the last word on these things.
I have to always laugh at the commentary coming out of gold community when the breathless remarks about flash cra [...]
Kurt Nimmo | Meanwhile multiple sources report no sign of Russian military build-up. [...]
Planet Infowars | College students face death over plastic sword at Connecticut Junior College. [...]
CNN | Agency: The satellite found "three suspected floating objects and their sizes." [...]
Tom Sullivan | Hurled into the bins and and pinned down as he tried to get back inside his home. [...]