J. D. Heyes, April 19 2016
The federal government has put another notch in its regulatory belt as it forced a renowned physician who dared to push alternatives to traditional medicine to end a portion of his healthcare business and pay millions in fines to customers.
J. D. Heyes, April 19 2016
This decision was based on Oregon U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall's expressed concern from tribal members about growing marijuana on reservations in states that legalized its use recently: Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Alaska.
By Lillie:(NaturalNews) The Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division has put out an invitation for bids (IFB) for a variety of underwear for young boys and girls as well as adult men and women. The invitation, which is listed on FBO.gov, a site that houses a range of federal business opportunities, provides a detailed list of specific styles and size ranges under the heading, "Undergarment Clothing." The request asks that those interested and who meet the specifications visit another site and reference a particular number.(1)
By Heyes:(NaturalNews) Just when you think that you have heard all that you can possibly hear about what is wrong with the Affordable Care Act -- from broken promises, underperforming enrollment goals and higher costs to millions who still lack health insurance coverage -- there is more to report. Spoiler alert: You're probably not going to like this, either.
A number of questions have emerged surrounding the federal government's recent stand-off with a Nevada rancher whose family has run cattle on the same stretch of land since the late 1800s, including the motivation behind the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) decision to now, after decades, try to force 67-year-old Cliven Bundy off his ranch and just how much land the federal government "manages" in the first place.
Leaded gasoline for vehicles and lead-based paint for homes used to be the norm, as the dangers of lead went unnoticed. While the public has become aware of lead's health dangers, there remains concern for high levels of lead persisting in children's toys. These toys, typically imported from China, can induce blood lead levels exceeding 5 micrograms per deciliter in children, which is unsafe, according to new EPA safety standards.
The federal government has awarded a $750,000 grant to Washington State University (WSU) in Pullman to investigate the merits of organic farming in eradicating pests without the use of chemicals. Inspired by a survey conducted by researchers at nearby Oregon State University, the research project to be funded with the grant will look at how organic growing methods such as crop rotation, biodiversity and utilizing insects rather than killing them with pesticides can actually help solve the problems that plague conventional agriculture.
More than a year after the Obama administration quietly murdered three American nationalists abroad using unmanned aerial drones, a federal judge has finally ruled that keeping the details of the killings a secret, as well as the motivation behind them, is not necessarily illegal. In her 75-page ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Colleen McMahon explained that while the government's actions in the matter appear on the surface to be "incompatible with our Constitution," they are also somehow permissible at the exact same time.
Many prosecutors and, in the case of Headline News' Nancy Grace, former prosecutors, are of the mindset that if a suspect commits suicide they do so because they are guilty. Grace said as much following the suicide of one of her guests, Melinda Duckett, after the sensationalist host all but accused her of murdering her missing two-year-old son.
The bio-wreck industry would dismantle the tripartite structure of the federal government, in a power grab that violates separation of powers under the US Constitution.