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    Yesterday, 02:19 PM
    More from the article: I asked Betsy Garrold to describe what happens when a town in Maine passes the food sovereignty ordinance. She stated:
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    Yesterday, 02:16 PM
    I think Maine gets it right:
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    Yesterday, 02:08 PM
    Those of us who seek to restore the old-fashioned practices of food production and distribution in our local communities are concerned about food safety. We are not anti-regulation – we are instead pro-common-sense when it comes to food that is produced and sold locally. We are simply seeking to restore a way of life that has successfully promoted economic vitality, physical health, and a sense of community and belonging that used to characterize America. Such a way of life has been stripped away by mega size grocery stores, corporate dominated agriculture and food processing, and by over-reaching food regulations. The combined effect of these factors is destroying small locally owned businesses and small family farms. These destructive forces are crawling through our country, and are destroying the fabric of community life.
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    06-22-2017, 11:52 AM
    Actually, I did answer it. There is something called a "Constitution" that protects the rights of the people and also grants power to the government to enforce laws to protect those rights.
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    06-22-2017, 11:48 AM
    Medicine: Idolatry in the Twenty First Century
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    06-22-2017, 10:25 AM
    The problem is you "beg" the question and use non-sequitur examples to promote your position. The answer to your question is quite simple: We have the Constitution to protect rights and to give government power to rule over the people through legislation and the legal system. So, to use one of your examples which is quite different than medical decisions, if a parent spanks a child to the extent that he/she is severely injured, that is true abuse and we have laws and the criminal justice system to prosecute such an offense. It is a law enforcement issue, to protect rights and uphold the law. In the criminal justice system, the accused has constitutional rights such as trial by jury. But the Constitution and those rights are routinely abused by Child Social Services today, which is nothing more than a BILLION dollar child trafficking business, where the government decides who is a good parent and who is not. The battle over vaccines and any other medical decision should be first and foremost a legislative battle, so that law enforcement or lawsuits are based on the rule of law, and not the opinions of doctors, social workers, etc. (Many doctors don't give vaccines or give them at a reduced rate)
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    06-21-2017, 10:07 PM
    As we have reported stories on hundreds of HPV vaccine injuries and deaths over the past few years, one statement we hear over and over again from the victims is: “I just trusted my doctor.” Since the U.S. Government and the pharmaceutical companies unanimously state that the HPV vaccine is “safe and effective,” most don’t bother to research the vaccine for themselves, and doctors seldom, if ever, talk about potential side effects. When they are discussed, they are presented as very rare. It is of course impossible to prove that the serious side effects are rare, and the stories we have covered lend evidence to the likelihood that this is probably not true. And the side effects are very serious, from Primary Ovarian Failure (premature menopause – will never have children), to heart disease, and even death. Another apparent side effect from the vaccine that is supposed to protect one from cancer, is cancer.
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    06-21-2017, 08:45 AM
    And statistics show that kids left in "troubled homes" (e.g. parents have a drug problem or something) with their parents fare better than foster kids. So the system is completely broken, and simply a trafficking business employing hundreds of thousands of people. Foster Care Children are Worse Off than Children in Troubled Homes – The Child Trafficking Business
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    06-21-2017, 01:30 AM
    Nothing. They've been doing it for years, and not just big pharma. When the Japanese occupied the Philippines during WWII, and the main source of coconut oil disrupted, American technology was developed to express oil from crops that had never before been used for edible oils, mainly soy and corn. They began to dominate the edible oil industry, and attacks were launched against the "tropical oils" because they were high in saturated fats. But big pharma has been attacking coconut oil since the 1970s.
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    06-20-2017, 05:56 PM
    Child Kidnapping and Trafficking: A Lucrative U.S. Business Funded by Taxpayers Called “Foster Care”
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    06-20-2017, 03:32 PM
    Judge Who Ordered Baby Steffen to be Removed from Life Support Orders Sister be Placed for Adoption Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com The Rivenburg family was back in court on Monday morning, June 19. This time, it was to fight for Annalise, the big sister of Baby Steffen, the baby who was taken off of life support on June 8. The family, including aunts, uncles, and cousins, were hopeful that the court would send little Annalise back home to be with her family, but that did not happen. Instead, they learned that the Department of Children’s Services (DCS) now plans to terminate her parents’ parental rights and place her for adoption, presumably with the foster family with whom she and Baby Steffen were placed 4 months ago, just before the baby got sick.
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    06-18-2017, 11:03 PM
    Yep, straw man argument. Zippy's favorite tactic for dis-information.
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    06-18-2017, 10:29 PM
    Typical argument from Zip picking out his own data to dispute and arguing with himself. Nothing is mentioned here about life expectancy, which is almost always directly correlated to poverty. Heart disease has only become prevalent in the Philippines in modern times, and that directly correlates to the population abandoning their traditional diets in favor of western type foods and western dietary advice (like the AHA report in the OP), which condemned coconut oil and saturated fats since the 1970s. Polyunsaturated fats have increased, as they have in the U.S. According to the Global Burden of Disease Study for the Philippines, heart disease was #2 in 2010, and #4 in 1990. Source. You can find the same thing true in the U.S., you just have to go back further in time, probably prior to 1950, to find a time when heart disease was not #1. Expeller-pressed seed oils (polyunsaturated oils such as corn and soy) did not enter the food chain until the industrial age took over right around WWII. Prior to that, saturated fats were considered healthy, and the mainstay of the traditional American diet (think butter, beef tallow, and lard). Heart disease was not #1 back then.
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    06-18-2017, 01:56 PM
    The Public’s Growing Awareness of Coconut Oil’s Health Benefits is Clearly a Threat to Big Pharma’s Drugs by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News In what appears to be a coordinated attack against the rising popularity of coconut oil, the American Heart Association (AHA) has just published a “Presidential Advisory” on “Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease” in which it condemned coconut oil, and recommended that people not consume it. The AHA’s recommendation clearly contradicts research that exists on not only coconut oil but saturated fats in general, which debunks the old lipid theory of heart disease that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease. Yet, the mainstream corporate-funded media published its recommendations with no critical analysis or journalistic investigations into the AHA’s claims.
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    06-16-2017, 03:23 PM
    "There Are No Virtuous Non Christians" Jesus, the apostles, and his early disciples were not Christians. They were Jews.
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    06-15-2017, 12:43 AM
    The reason given is that they missed doctor's appointments. To know the real reasons children are medically kidnapped, see these articles: Medical Kidnapping in the U.S. – Kidnapping Children for Drug Trials Child Kidnapping and Trafficking: A Lucrative U.S. Business Funded by Taxpayers Called “Foster Care” Child Sex Trafficking through Child “Protection” Services Exposed – Kidnapping Children for Sex
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    06-14-2017, 01:58 PM
    The family gave us the videos and we have them on our YouTube channel. They aren't going anywhere...
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    06-14-2017, 01:44 PM
    No, you did not read the whole story. We broke this story, and here is the history: Medically Kidnapped Baby Scheduled for Execution TODAY! Baby Scheduled to go Off Life Support Responding to Family – Rally and Court Date on Monday Morning Civil Rights Abuse? Judge Only Gives Parents 24 Hours to Find Doctor Before Baby is Removed from Life Support Family Seeks Answers on Baby’s Death – Threatened Arrest for Trying to Record Last Moments of Life
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    06-13-2017, 10:03 AM
    So much for the theory that Sessions was only hired to go after illegal immigrants, and not marijuana users....
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    06-13-2017, 08:49 AM
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions is asking congressional leaders to undo federal medical marijuana protections that have been in place since 2014, according to a May letter that became public Monday. The protections, known as the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment, prohibit the Justice Department from using federal funds to prevent certain states "from implementing their own State laws that authorize the use, distribution, possession or cultivation of medical marijuana." In his letter, first obtained by Tom Angell of Massroots.com and verified independently by The Washington Post, Sessions argued that the amendment would "inhibit authority to enforce the Controlled Substances Act." He continues: Sessions's citing of a "historic drug epidemic" to justify a crackdown on medical marijuana is at odds with what researchers know about current drug use and abuse in the United States. The epidemic Sessions refers to involves deadly opiate drugs, not marijuana. A growing body of research (acknowledged by the National Institute on Drug Abuse) has shown that opiate deaths and overdoses actually decrease in states with medical marijuana laws on the books.
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    06-05-2017, 01:54 PM
    It is highly unlikely that Musk believes in Global Warming for moral purposes. The theory has fueled his businesses on the back of American taxpayers. The truth behind venture socialist Elon Musk & the Paris deal
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    06-01-2017, 10:44 AM
    Secretive group of global power brokers the Bilderberg Group set to gather in Virginia to mull Trump era including elder statesman Henry Kissinger and NATO secretary The Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia, will attract 131 elites on Thursday Guests will include politicians, bankers, business titans and European royalty They will discuss transatlantic relations and the future of the European Union Will also give 'a progress report' on Trump administration at four-day meeting
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