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And so it begins… A healthcare system has literally fired 50 employees – in one fell swoop – over a draconian flu jab policy They can’t fire us all if we stand up, right? That might be the inner wishful thinking … Continue reading
One of the largest human experiments ever was conducted on unsuspecting residents in the open air of San Francisco. It was the U.S. Government’s own experiment conducted on its own people in 1950. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on … Continue reading
It’s not just raw food or family farmers who come under government attack for the type of wholesome food they sell. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to help support D.C. Clothesline!
Windows 10 OS – the ultimate Big Brother? Of the 14+ million people who have recently installed Microsoft’s new Windows 10, there haven’t been many complaints until now. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click … Continue reading
Boy or girl. Public school or private school. If the Rhode Island child is middle-school age, it is now mandatory to receive a Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. The jab would most likely be a Gardasil shot, made by Merck – studied … Continue reading
Perhaps you’ve heard about a tragic rash of dead or missing doctors in one month’s time? Seven have either died under strange circumstances or were victims of brutal murders. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click … Continue reading
Earlier this week, I wrote about a deal reached that would soon be pumping out medical microchip implants. Meet the new face of medicine that polygamously marries Big Pharma, biotech, nanotech and wireless remote technology. Maybe hooking oneself into the … Continue reading
A pharma company with generic drugs meets microchip and biotech in a marriage of implantable devices that are shockingly close to the finish line of commercialization. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to … Continue reading
“We do know we do not have economic development in our communities. We need economic development. Without jobs we don’t have families, without families we don’t have students.” ~ Ben Dalton, Garfield County School District superintendent Don’t forget to … Continue reading
“This heinous bill…has now come to the attention of the black community.” Epic speech the mainstream wouldn’t cover! Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to help support D.C. Clothesline!
Huntsville, Alabama says couple can’t live “off the grid,” condemned their property and threatens arrest for trespassing “I just don’t see how we’re hurting anyone by being here,” said Tyler Truitt when asked about having to defend his off-grid lifestyle … Continue reading
Chemical pesticide exposure happens… If you live nearby a farm you know what it feels like. Spraying happens. If it’s not aerosol spraying high up in the sky or wafts from crop dusting – it’s being sprayed while inside a … Continue reading
By now readers to this site have seen some outrageous indoctrination assignments springing forth from public schools. Yet wonders never cease when dissecting the exact mechanism of influencing young, impressionable and trusting minds. It cannot be by accident. Don’t forget … Continue reading
There are three things driving a surge in organic imports: U.S. farmers have been systematically pushed into growing mostly GMO crops; grown primarily for fuel, animal feed and cheap processed foods. Russia even used our food supply as an example … Continue reading
Almost exactly one year ago, I wrote about a new federal bill that would shut down the ability of the states to decide separately whether or not to label products that contained genetically engineered ingredients. Opponents aptly call it the … Continue reading
Standardized testing today is nothing like it was in the ’90s, and certainly like nothing before that. Today it is nonsensical and insurmountable enough to make students, teachers and parents cry. One Florida fourth grader, who could barely see over Don’t … Continue reading