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Some hospital visits can't wait for Pope Francis to leave Phila.
philly.com
by Marie McCullough
August 23, 2015

Given that massive security for the papal visit could make it tough to get to city hospitals on Sept. 26 and 27, health-care providers are striving to reassure patients - even though plans are in flux.

City officials have outlined layers of security - including bridge and road closures, security checkpoints, and limited public transit - to protect the pope and up to 1.5 million visitors. Measures will be phased in the evening of Sept. 25 and continue through the morning of Sept. 28, making for four very unusual days.

Articles: The Quiet Revolution: How the New Left Took Over the Democratic Party
americanthinker.com
by Scott S. Powell
August 23, 2015

Frustration with division and gridlock in Washington lead many Americans to impugn both political parties for the current broken and ineffective state of government.

There is plenty of blame to go around, but below the surface there has been a quiet revolution going on in only one of the two parties -- the Democratic Party -- which is the main source of today's irreconcilable division and moral confusion. What's remarkable is how the political and cultural center of American values has collapsed in the last two and a half decades with the Democratic Party having moved dramatically to the left.

Geoengineering and the California drought: Gov. Jerry Brown ignores
naturalnews.com
by Jonathan Benson
August 21, 2015

A group of concerned California citizens is calling on Governor Jerry Brown to be immediately recalled from office and replaced with someone who's willing to put the interests of Californians, rather than corporations and shadow government figures.

"Governor Brown has repeatedly received scientific evidence indicating that the drought was purposefully and meticulously geoengineered," explains a report published by State of the Nation. "And yet in spite of this indisputable evidence, he has never responded to those parties who have provided the volumes of scientific research showing how it was geoengineered." "The soil samples alone have revealed shocking levels of aluminum, barium and strontium. Each of these chemical elements just happens to be the major components of the standard chemtrail mix which is sprayed daily across the skies of America."

Did The Mayor Of Los Angeles Just Poison The Entire County's Water Supply?
wearechange.org
by Jeffrey Phillips
August 16, 2015

Los angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti met with the press last week to pour the last 20,000 of 96 million chemically treated black balls into Sylmar reservoir in los angeles.

The balls being used in Los Angeles are made of high density polyethylene and are coated with a chemical UV blocking agent, state officials claim the black balls will reflect the suns energy, they will also protect the water from dust, rain, birds and and chemical reactions caused by additives (fluoride and chlorine) put in the water, It is also expected to keep about 300 million gallons of water from evaporating each year, they also claim that they will not leach chemicals or affect water temperatures.

Union Pacific train derails near Galt cemetery
kcra.com
by Shawn Brouwer
July 30, 2015

A Union Pacific train derailed south of the Galt cemetery, setting 29 of the train's 75 cars off the track around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.

No injuries have been reported, and officials said the derailment is not considered a hazardous situation. Union Pacific officials said the train was carrying consumer goods.

Chinese Woman in Corn-Theft Case Avoids U.S. Charges in Iowa
bloomberg.com
by Erik Larson
July 29, 2015

Federal prosecutors investigating the theft of genetically modified corn seed in Iowa dropped charges against a Chinese woman accused of conspiracy after a judge said her instant messages couldn't be used as evidence at trial.

The seeds, worth tens of millions of dollars to Monsanto Co. and DuPont Co., were stolen from test fields by other conspirators who then attempted to ship them in plastic bags from Illinois to Hong Kong, the U.S. claims. The charges against Mo Yun, including conspiracy to steal trade secrets, were dismissed Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Stephanie M. Rose in Des Moines, Iowa, at the government's request. She ordered Yun's passport returned.

Weather Modification Causing Global Climate Chaos and Environmental Catastrophe
wakeup-world.com
by Dane Wigington
July 27, 2015

What major factor causing "Climate Change" are they not telling us about? More alarming articles and studies are surfacing each day which confirm the rapidly changing state of Earth's life support systems and climate.

Though there are certainly many parts to this unfolding story, the largest piece of the puzzle by far still goes completely unacknowledged by most of the scientific community and all of the mainstream media-corporate-military-industrial complex. The massive elephant in the room has been, and still is, "stratospheric aerosol geoengineering" (SAG) also known as "solar radiation management" (SRM).

Ex-CIA Director: Government Ignoring 'Existential Threat to the American People'
PJ Media
by Bill Straub
July 26, 2015

Former Central Intelligence Agency Director R. James Woolsey warned lawmakers that natural and manmade electromagnetic pulses present an "existential threat to the American people" and accused congressional and White House officials.

Testifying before the Senate Homeland Security & Government Affairs Committee, Woolsey, who served two years under President Bill Clinton, warned that EMP is "a clear and present danger and that something must be done to protect the electric grid and other life sustaining critical infrastructures - immediately."

The 'Donald Trump Act' Just Passed The House By A Landslide, And Obama Doesn't Like It One Bit
westernjournalism.com
by James Beattie
July 24, 2015

The House passed a bill Thursday which would punish cities that refuse to enforce federal immigration law. H.R. 3009 passed easily in the lower chamber 241 to 179.

The bill would force local law enforcement agencies to notify Immigration and Customs Enforcement if they have an illegal immigrant in custody; otherwise, certain federal law enforcement grants would be withheld.

Why Haven't 70,000 Rape Kits Been Tested for DNA?
nbcnews.com
by Kate Snow
July 21, 2015

Hundreds of thousands of rape kits that could identify serial sexual attackers are sitting untested by police departments across the country - despite promises and federal funds to clear the backlog, a new agency-by-agency count suggests.

Documents obtained exclusively by USA TODAY Media Network, an NBC News partner, uncovered more than 70,000 neglected forensic evidence kits amassed by more than 1,000 police agencies. That's just a fraction of the nation's 18,000 police departments, so the total number of untested kits is likely far higher.

     

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