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  1. DHS Ordered to Explain Secret Plan to Shut Down Phone Service — 1, April 12, 2015
  2. Obama Administration Plotting Adult Vaccination Mandates — 1, April 12, 2015
  3. Scientists Discover Bt Toxins Found In Monsanto Crops Damage Red Blood Cells | Collective-Evolution — 1, April 5, 2015
  4. Toxicity levels in e-cigarettes 100 times lower | Radio New Zealand News — 1, April 5, 2015
  5. E-Cigarettes can provide significant public health benefits | Mark Pawsey — 1, March 26, 2015

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Apr 12

DHS Ordered to Explain Secret Plan to Shut Down Phone Service

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is questioning the Department of Homeland Security’s decision to keep secret its plan to shut down mobile phone service during “critical emergencies.” The court originally sided with the federal government that the plan should not be disclosed under a Freedom of Information Act request, …

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Apr 12

Obama Administration Plotting Adult Vaccination Mandates

In collaboration with Big Business and special interests, the Obama administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is plotting a new program to track Americans’ vaccination records, wage a massive propaganda campaign to “encourage” more inoculations, and foist more controversial vaccines on adults against their will. Federal bureaucrats and crony capitalists set to profit …

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Apr 05

Scientists Discover Bt Toxins Found In Monsanto Crops Damage Red Blood Cells | Collective-Evolution

Studies are showing that Bt toxins found in Monsanto crops are harmful to mammalian blood by damaging red blood cells and more. RBC’s are responsible for delivering oxygen to the body tissues through blood flow.Bacillus thuringensis (Bt) is a bacterium commonly used as a biological pesticide. It is a microorganism that produces toxic chemicals. It …

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Apr 05

Toxicity levels in e-cigarettes 100 times lower | Radio New Zealand News

New research shows the e-cigarettes being smoked in this country contain about 1 percent of the toxicants of ordinary cigarettes.Photo: 123rfThe study, released today in the New Zealand Medical Journal, looked at the levels of nicotine and harmful toxicants, such as aldehydes, produced by electronic cigarettes.The study found nicotine levels were half-to-two thirds that of …

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Mar 26

E-Cigarettes can provide significant public health benefits | Mark Pawsey

E-cigarettes have the potential to provide significant public health benefits but are being ignored by the majority of public health professionals, according to experts speaking at an E-Cigarettes All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) meeting, which is Chaired by local MP Mark Pawsey, in Westminster last week. Professor Riccardo Polosa, Director of the Institute for Internal …

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Mar 26

A new study verifies that e-cigarettes are orders of magnitude safer than tobacco cigarettes

By Dr Farsalinos A new study was published today in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health by our group, evaluating e-liquids for the presence of tobacco-derived toxins. Additionally, the accuracy of nicotine labelling was assessed. The study is novel because for the first time we assessed tobacco-flavored liquids for the presence of phenols …

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Mar 26

Would Ted Cruz Make a Good President?

Not bothering with an “exploratory committee,” Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has jumped with both feet into the 2016 presidential race.Cruz openly identifies with the Tea Party, and has done so since before his upset victory in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate in 2012, when he garnered big-name endorsements from then-Texas Congressman Ron Paul, …

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Mar 25

As e-cigarette sales soar, critics eye regulations – CBS News

The Food and Drug Administration expects to publish its much-anticipated regulations for e-cigarettes in June, as the products are surging in popularity. In fact, sales are expanding so rapidly that some experts predict e-cigs will overtake sales of conventional smokes within the next decade.”From our perspective, the rules are long overdue,” said Erika Sward, assistant …

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Mar 25

Voter ID | Wisconsin | Supreme Court

In early October, 2014, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Voter I.D. law, as we reported at the time: The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Wisconsin’s new voter ID laws are constitutional, meaning that those heading to the polls in November will need to show ID before casting a …

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Mar 25

Greenpeace Founding Member: Climate Alarmism “Preposterous,” CO2 Emissions Saving Lives

While Al Gore is suggesting that climate-change realists be punished and schoolchildren braved a snowstorm to hear a rapper give a “happy” climate-alarmism message, an environmentalist presented a truly happy message on the subject:Climate change isn’t caused by man, there’s been no significant warming for nearly two decades, and, even if there had been, it …

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