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  • Commentary, Issues, News, Other Stuff Comments Off on CDC vaccine whistleblower: the silence that kills

    by Jon Rappoport           August 23, 2015

    It’s now been a year since William Thompson, long-time CDC researcher, publicly admitted he concealed evidence that indicted the MMR vaccine for its connection to autism.

    It’s been a year since Thompson publicly accused his colleagues at the CDC of doing the same thing. Two of those colleagues, Frank DeStefano and Collen Boyle, are high-ranking CDC executives in the area of vaccine safety. Continue reading »

  • Commentary, Other Stuff Comments Off on Google, the arbiter of truth? Danger! Danger! Danger!

    Breaking: Google gives new meaning to “Orwellian”
    Becomes Ministry of Truth

    By Jon Rappoport, March 1, 2015,

    “…if all records told the same tale – then the lie passed into history and became truth.” (1984, George Orwell)
    The New Scientist has the stunning story (2/28/15, “Google wants to rank websites based on facts not links,” by Hal Hodson):

    “THE internet is stuffed with garbage. Anti-vaccination websites make the front page of Google, and fact-free ‘news’ stories spread like wildfire. Google has devised a fix – rank websites according to their truthfulness.”  Great idea, right?  Sure it is. Continue reading »

  • Other Stuff Comments Off on Action Dogs Frisbee Saturday, October 19 in Yahoola Creek Park

    Northeast Georgia’s first discdogathon will be in Dahlonega at 9 AM

    Great fun and no cost entertainment for spectators!

    Entry fees & registration for participants: For a single event,  $10 per dog.   Two events,  $15.  More than two events,  full price,  $25.  That’s for one dog.   Second dog,  $20, third $15, fourth and up, $10.  We have one with five dogs and several with three.  Registration is at 8:00, players meeting at 8:50, first dog up at 9:00.

    Discdogathons test the skill, speed, and teamwork of the dog/handler team.  Winners of each event are invited to the annual World Championships.

    Competitions are entertaining and exciting to watch and participate in. Profits from this event will go to the Lumpkin County Animal Shelter.

    Experience is an advantage, but newcomers learn how to do the events quickly, and may be competitive. Continue reading »


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