Hillary Clinton’s lucrative life of crime

BY TED RALL (Syndicated columnist and author Ted Rall is the political cartoonist at The Los Angeles Times. © 2015 Ted Rall) Bill and Hillary Clinton “earned” — can a mortal earn such stratospheric sums? — “at least $30 million over the last 16 months, mainly from giving paid speeches to corporations, banks and other organizations,” The New York Times reports. “They have now earned more than $125 million on the [lecture] circuit since leaving the White House in 2001.” This is an important issue. But the big story has little to with what actually matters. Coverage of the Clintons’ … Continue reading Hillary Clinton’s lucrative life of crime

NEW ‘MEN’S LINGERIE’ RAISES QUESTION: IS WESTERN CIVILISATION OVER?

by OLIVER LANE Men wearing women’s clothes has long been a staple of vaudeville, burlesque, and certain underground sexual counter-cultures, but a new range of “sexy lingerie” designed specifically for men is aiming to bring it into the mainstream. Breitbart London reported the comments of one Russian politician earlier today, who said of Western civilisation in the post Eurovision world: “Conchita Wurst’s Eurovision victory symbolizes the complete collapse of the European Union’s moral values… There’s no limit to our outrage. It’s the end of Europe. It has turned wild. They don’t have men and women any more. They have ‘it’”. As if to … Continue reading NEW ‘MEN’S LINGERIE’ RAISES QUESTION: IS WESTERN CIVILISATION OVER?

Gay science gone bad: Gay conversion canvassing study published in Science was a fabricated, agenda-driven propaganda campaign disguised as science

by Mike Adams (NaturalNews) Proving once again that “scientists” can make up any loony, whacko conclusion they want and get it published in a prestigious science journal, a celebrated study on gay marriage views that was published in Science has now been exposed as a complete fabrication. One of the study’s authors, it turns out, just made the whole thing up. The paper, entitled “When contact changes minds: An experiment on transmission of support for gay equality,” was authored by Donald Green of Columbia and Michael LaCour, a graduate student at UCLA. The journal Science bills itself as “The world’s … Continue reading Gay science gone bad: Gay conversion canvassing study published in Science was a fabricated, agenda-driven propaganda campaign disguised as science

The curse of Frankenstein: how archetypal myths shape the way people think about science

Is the real villain in Frankenstein the scientist who created him, or the people who refused to understand him? Stamp via http://www.shutterstock.com. by Alan Levinovitz   “One doesn’t expect Dr Frankenstein to show up in a wool sweater,” wrote political commentator Charles Krauthammer, ominously, in the March 1997 issue of Time magazine. He was referring to British scientist Dr Ian Wilmut, who eight months earlier had successfully created Dolly, the world’s most famous sheep, by cloning her from another adult sheep’s cell. Krauthammer’s criticism was unsparing. “This was not supposed to happen,” he insisted. Dolly was “a cataclysmic” creature. But … Continue reading The curse of Frankenstein: how archetypal myths shape the way people think about science

The 10 Greatest Anti-Establishment Rock Songs

by Joshua Krause When it comes to fighting the powers that be, there are many tools at your disposal. You can protest and you can share critical information with your friends and family. You can separate yourself from the system by growing your own food, saving your money outside of the banks, and learning natural ways to heal your body. You can even vote with your feet by moving to more freedom minded areas; or when all else fails, you can stand your ground and fight them with everything at your disposal. But where does the motivation come from? What … Continue reading The 10 Greatest Anti-Establishment Rock Songs

Activists Prepare for 4th Global March Against Monsanto

by Derrick Broze, Waking Times For the fourth time since 2013, the March Against Monsanto will take place in cities around the world. On May 23, 2015, concerned activists, urban farmers, and environmental activists will hit the streets of 428 cities spread across 38 countries. The MAM movement was started in late 2012 in an effort to raise awareness to the potential dangers surrounding Monsanto’s genetically modified seeds, as well as the carcinogens present in the company’s top herbicide, Roundup. Within the decentralized protests there are a range of solutions offered. Some activists are taking part in campaigns calling for labeling of all … Continue reading Activists Prepare for 4th Global March Against Monsanto