The anticipated release of thousands of never-seen government documents related to President John F. Kennedy's assassination has scholars and armchair detectives buzzing. Now, they're waiting to see whether President Donald Trump will block the release of files that could shed light on a tragedy that has stirred conspiracy theories for decades.
Given the fact that I'm not a Trump supporter, a few people have informed me that my recent coverage has been very one-sided against Clinton. This is unquestionably true. Since I'm always trying to question myself and my motivations, I had to ask myself: Why is this the case?
Beyond the incredible torrent of factual revelations that have emerged which should disqualify her from being considered President, there's something else going on. That something else is the mainstream media.
Jon Rappoport, June 2, 2016
For new readers, see my previous articles about the scientific fraud that is Zika. In a nutshell, there is no convincing evidence the Zika virus causes the birth defect called microcephaly.
Brandon Turbeville, January 25, 2016
Although 2015 seemed to have a non-stop barrage of pro-vaccine propaganda, January 2016 brings with it the annual winter fear-fest regarding the lack of vaccination and the “anti-vaccine movement.”
In a bid to enroll as many Americans as possible for health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act, the administration is going to great lengths, even partnering with churches and other faith-based organizations and publishing sample church bulletin inserts, flyers and scripts filled with propaganda talking points (and with your tax dollars, too).
In an interview with local CBS affiliate KREM, Councilman Mike Fagan says other council members called on him to resign from the Board of Health following comments he made about vaccines.
According to an announcement in the Federal Register, the National Vaccine Program Office, which is part of the Department of Health and Human Services, has developed the draft National Adult Immunization Plan (NAIP), which "details background on the immunization landscape and provides a strategic plan for federal and nonfederal stakeholders."