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Profit Driven Swine Flu Propaganda - Pump Up the Volume Part 1

The pharmaceutical industry, with public health officials and the mainstream media acting as a mass marketing team, is about to pull off the biggest profiteering scheme in the history of the world. The swine flu hoax, perpetrated on a global level, will generate unheard of profits from a non-existent pandemic.

Lincoln's Private War: The Trail of Blood

Lincoln's Birthday gives us an appropriate opportunity to examine some deep American traditions which may also give us some unusual insights into the "principalities and powers" of Ephesians Chapter 6.

Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln's Birthday gives us an appropriate opportunity to examine some deep American traditions which may also give us some unusual insights into the "principalities and powers" of Ephesians Chapter 6.

Abraham Lincoln worked valiantly to prevent the Rothschild's attempts to involve themselves in financing the Civil War.

House Panel Votes to End Health Insurance Antitrust Exemption

Justice in America

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee voted to repeal the insurance industry’s federal antitrust exemption in a move aimed at spurring competition and controlling the cost of premiums.

By Christopher Stern

Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. House Judiciary Committee voted to repeal the insurance industry’s federal antitrust exemption in a move aimed at spurring competition and controlling the cost of premiums.

Tests show flu spreads from schools

Results of tens of thousands of flu tests indicate that the pandemic H1N1 virus is spreading from school-aged children to the rest of the U.S. population, makers of the tests say.

Wed Oct 21, 2009

By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Editor

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Results of tens of thousands of flu tests indicate that the pandemic H1N1 virus is spreading from school-aged children to the rest of the U.S. population, makers of the tests say.

Experts Study Thriving HIV "Controllers" in Vaccine Search

AIDS researchers want to expand their study of a rare group of HIV-infected people, whose immune systems naturally and mysteriously prevent the virus thriving in their bodies, to span the globe.

By Tan Ee Lyn
October 21, 2009

PARIS (Reuters) - AIDS researchers want to expand their study of a rare group of HIV-infected people, whose immune systems naturally and mysteriously prevent the virus thriving in their bodies, to span the globe.

Massachusetts health law serves as a model and a warning

Three years ago, Massachusetts passed the most sweeping health care bill in the country, adopting a plan that closely resembles the proposals being considered by Congress _ and a plan that now offers powerful "lessons learned" for the whole country.

10.21.09

Medical marijuana policy move sparks cautious optimism

Patients in the 13 states where medical marijuana is legal can now light up without fear of federal reprisal, but they may still have to answer to local authorities.

10.21.09

(Health.com) -- Patients in the 13 states where medical marijuana is legal can now light up without fear of federal reprisal, but they may still have to answer to local authorities.

Dems eye insurance industry's antitrust protection

Top Senate Democrats intend to try to strip the health insurance industry of its exemption from federal antitrust laws, according to congressional officials.

By DAVID ESPO (AP) – 10.21.09

WASHINGTON — Top Senate Democrats intend to try to strip the health insurance industry of its exemption from federal antitrust laws, according to congressional officials. It's the latest evidence of a deepening struggle over President Barack Obama's effort to overhaul the health care industry.

Scots swine flu death toll rises

A 58-year-old woman from the Borders has died from swine flu, bringing the number of deaths in Scotland to 17.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

The patient is said to have had significant underlying health problems but no further details are being released, at the request of her family.

The death comes as a mass swine flu vaccination programme has begun, with at-risk groups the first to be offered the immunisation.

A total of 1.3 million people will get the first access to the H1N1 vaccine.

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