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  • National Geographic Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    Since 1888, less than one year after the founding of National Geographic Society, the first National Geographic magazine was published and contained unbiased articles about history, world cultures and of course, geography. Popular for its yellow glossy front cover border and dramatic photographs, the monthly periodical is available by paid subscription with occasional special editions,   Full article…

  • Dr. Gilbert Ross Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    Dr. Gilbert Ross is the medical director of ACSH, American Council on Science and Health, a non-profit organization that promotes junk food and genetically modified organisms in food. Steeped in biotech propaganda and ties to the “Big Food” industry of junk science, Gilbert Ross served nearly four years in federal prison and had his medical   Full article…

  • Dr. Jonas F. Salk Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    Between World War II and the Vietnam War, doctors in the United States believed it was a good thing to medically experiment on disabled people, people in mental hospitals and prisoners of the State. They would often say it was being done for the “greater good.” Plus, these people had no recourse and couldn’t defend   Full article…

  • Polio – a true investigative history Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    It was thought for years, and still is by many today, that Dr. Jonas Salk, the “God” of cult pharmacology, invented the polio vaccine, but in actuality, he really did nothing more than conduct illegal medical experiments on mental patients, and now his whole history has come into question regarding bioethics in general. In fact,   Full article…

  • Henry I. Miller Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    A former medical researcher of fifteen years at the FDA, Henry I. Miller became a columnist and one of Stanford University’s “think tank” fellows for scientific philosophy via the Hoover Institution. Educated at MIT and Harvard, Miller has studied gene expression in the laboratory at NIH, the National Institute of Health. Miller medically reviewed the   Full article…

  • Dr. Richard Pan, Senator of California Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    Richard Pan is a Democrat currently representing the California State Senate (6th district – core of Sacramento). He is a member of the Committee on Agriculture and has served on committees on “Aging and Long-Term Care.” He also established a pediatric clinic at UC Davis Children’s Hospital, where he was a pediatrician and professor. He   Full article…

  • Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized

    One of the most outspoken consumer health advocates in the world today and the founder and Editor-in-Chief of NaturalNews.com, Mike Adams is an internet activist on the highest level and a science lab director who has poured his time, money and energy into prolific research that helps consumers around the world avoid disease and disorder   Full article…

  • Michael R. Taylor – FDA “Food Czar” Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    Currently the Deputy Commissioner and a Senior Advisor for Foods at the FDA (Food Czar according to Obama), Michael R. Taylor is also the lawyer that led the food and drug law practice for his previous client-company¬†named Monsanto. Taylor is also responsible for dismantling the Delaney clause, a federal law that protected US food from   Full article…

  • Susan G. Komen Foundation Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


    The most popular and well-funded breast cancer organization in the United States is most easily recognized by the name Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Since 1982 the non-profit breast cancer foundation has spent over a billion dollars worldwide to promote cancer prevention, however, their financial rating and view of organic foods being unsafe has   Full article…

  • Dr. Henry Cotton Posted 9 years ago under Uncategorized


      The American Journal of Psychiatry refers to Dr. Henry Cotton as “one of the most stimulating figures of our generation.” Others in the allopathic world of Western Medicine call Henry Cotton the “champion of conventional medicine,” – the same man that used medieval methods to treat mental health, such as using pliers to yank   Full article…

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