OpEdNews
January 10, 2007
By Evelyn Pringle

Why would Americans trust the FDA to regulate the pharmaceutical industry? Since the Bush administration took office the FDA has become the industry's partner in crime.

The most notorious protection scheme put in place by the FDA and Big Pharma is the preemption policy that bans private lawsuits against drug companies in state courts once a drug and its label have been approved by the FDA.

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ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION (AHRP)
Promoting Openness, Full Disclosure, and Accountability
http://www.ahrp.org
January 9, 2007

Will it shock most of you to learn that the state of New York currently spends $52 million a year to control developmentally disabled children's aggressive behavior by applying electric shock torture?

That's right New York farms these children out to a Boston facility, Judge Rotenberg Center, where they are electrically zapped at a cost of $209,000 per child.

"We have not yet developed institutions that can handle these kids. I wish we could."

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By Dr. James Howenstine, MD.
January 28, 2007
NewsWithViews.com

Biochemist Ernst T. Krebs Jr. proposed that cancer was caused by a deficiency of Vitamin B 17 (Laetrile, Amygdaline).No person eating a high nitriloside(Vitamin B 17) diet (Hunzas, Eskimos, Hopi Indians) or voluntarily taking a high intake of nitriloside containing foods has ever developed cancer.[1] Diseases caused by deficiency of Vitamins scurvy (Vitamin C) and pellagra (Vitamin B3 Niacin) have been great mysteries to conventional medicine long after the cure for the disease was well documented. Cancer appears to be a similar mystery.

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National Vaccine Information Center
January 25, 2007

"[Maryland] Officials say they are working with the health department to make sure the remaining students are vaccinated so they may return to school. "If they stay out of school for too many days, it becomes an issue of truancy," Mowen said. Officials have said they might use the court system to encourage parents to get their children vaccinated. Hanlin said before that option is explored officials are "trying to find out what the road blocks are" to being vaccinated." - ERIN CUNNINGHAM, The Hagerstown Morning Herald, MD

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Let them have their pot
By Manuel S. Klausner
Los Angeles Times
www.latimes.com
January 26, 2007

IN THE FICTIONAL world of the hit show "24," federal law enforcement agencies are pouring every last resource into the search for a nuclear terrorist in Los Angeles.

In the real world, federal agents apparently have so much free time that they can dress up in bulletproof vests and masks in order to raid clinics that serve patients battling cancer, AIDS and other diseases. That's what happened last week as Drug Enforcement Administration agents stormed 11 medical marijuana dispensaries throughout L.A. and West Hollywood. We can all rest easier knowing that lollipops, cookies, candies and candy bars laced with marijuana are in no danger of reaching seriously ill patients.

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January 19, 2007
By Alex Pulaski
The Oregonian

Milk - The chain joins a trend in the Northwest to stop using the disputed growth hormone

Milk suppliers to Safeway's Northwest processing plants have stopped using an artificial growth hormone under fire by some consumer groups, the grocery chain said Thursday.

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Caspain News
http:www.spychips.com
By Katherine Albrecht
January 24, 2007

Colorado State Representative Mary Hodge has introduced legislation to make it a crime to require a human being to have a microchip implant in that state. Similar bills have recently been introduced in Ohio, Oklahoma, and North Dakota, and we anticipate more on the way. The bills follow legislation passed unanimously in Wisconsin and signed into law last year.

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Caspian News
http://www.spychips.com

By Katherine Albrecht

January 24, 2007

A company called Somark has developed chipless RFID tags based on ink that can be injected into animals. The company claims the tags can be read through hair from up to four feet away. "It can say where [a marked animal] has been, who it has talked to, who it has eaten with, and who else it has been in contact with," said a company pokesman. They hope humans -- including members of the military -- will be next.

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Monsanto in the McSpotlight

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mcspotlight.org
Beyond Mcdonald's
January 25, 2007

Monsanto is an American-owned international agro-chemical and foods conglomerate. It employs about 45,000 people and peddles over eight billion dollars a year in chemical products all over the world. While Monsanto has been critised for some time for their production of NutraSweet and the genetically engineered rBGH (Bovine Growth Hormone), the latest criticism is for it's moves into the world of GMOs (genetically manipulated organisams). They produce 'RoundUp Ready' soya beans that are genetically altered to be resistant to their chemical herbicide 'Roundup' (the biggest selling agro-chemical in the world with sales totalling more than $620 million a year), which provides 40% of the companies operating profit.

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Arutz Sheva
January 23, 2007

(IsraelNN.com) MK Yoram Marciano (Labor) proposed a law Monday that would severely restrict the rights of parents to medicate their children with Ritalin. In recent years, critics have accused parents or school authorities of seeking to have children who are overactive prescribed Ritalin in order to “calm them down,” and the drug has been implicated in a number of negative youth behaviors.

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