If a person commits suicide, and they felt pushed to do so, does that make the person or persons that pushed them, or harassed them, an accomplice; and should they be held accountable as accomplices? Perhaps this is a topic that can be opened for discussion on the show? How many people have committed suicide due to similar circumstances, that the general public is not even aware of? Perhaps, their names can be added here, under "comments" so they can be remembered? Can people be bullied to death?Read more »
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One hour of hard-hitting political news and discussion, brought to you by Walter Harrison, Porcupous, and Thom. Don’t miss a thing!Read more »
8 Conspiracy Theories About Health That The Mainstream Media Has Been Forced To Admit Are Actually TrueRead more »
Rethink: Where Do Your Healthcare Dollars Go?
Whether you’re part of the 50 percent of insured Americans who receive health coverage through their employer, or part of a smaller group that purchases insurance directly from the insurer, you’re probably concerned about the rising cost of health care.
Premiums are up across the board. Americans are wondering why healthcare costs are rising, and where their health insurance dollars being spent. As it turns out, the answer to rising healthcare costs is more complex than politicians make it out to be.Read more »
New York Times and Other Media Pushing for Drugging Water SupplyRead more »
"Weed Wars" business gets $2.5M tax bill
Over the past 15 years, more than a dozen states have legalized marijuana for medical use, easing pain and helping the seriously ill.
But, reports CBS News correspondent John Blackstone, the federal government claims what began as a humanitarian effort is becoming a criminal enterprise.Read more »
Weed Card by Garfunkel and Oates
Riki "Garfunkel" Lindhome and Kate "Oates" Micucci sing about getting a medical marijuana card in California.Read more »
"This is not a conspiracy theory, nor a piece of fiction. It is now an openly-admitted fact that this was pulled off by the BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, more commonly called "ATF") under orders from Washington. The program was called "Fast and Furious.""Read more »
BOYNTON BEACH (CBS4) – Considered a role model by his peers and named “Officer of the Year” in 2010, Boynton Beach police officer David Britto has been charged with conspiring to sell more than 500 grams of methamphetamines between June 2009 and March 2011.Read more »
Shitty cops....improper questioning and violation of rights of a "suspect" because of a "mistaken identity".....arresting a 13-year old girl for wearing pink and saying that she looked like a man they had been pursuing....ya know, the usual cop story.Read more »
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