Meet Dr. Andrew Zimmerman…
Why are orange growers still using this known carcinogen?
String of high-profile incidents highlights incompetence of “fact checkers”
Other states to follow New York’s lead
Actor Corey Feldman, who was not involved in the film but is reportedly planning one of his own about the topic, has said repeatedly over the years that he and actor Corey Haim, now deceased, were molested as child actors during the 1980s by movie producers and other staffers; manager Martin Weiss is one of the parties he named.
46. PepsiCo 47. Pfizer 48. Progressive Insurance 49. Prudential
What is the source of this virus?
Scientist Mark Steele said: “We are seeing babies dying in the womb as these transmitters are situated outside people’s bedroom windows. It’s a humanitarian crisis.”
An unfortunate “robot mishap” was behind a bear repellant spray incident at an Amazon warehouse that sent dozens of workers to the hospital.
More effects of the $15/hr. wage push
Vaccine injuries are more common than you think
More than half of the tilapia and cod that are sold in the U.S. were grown on a Chinese fish farm, so it’s not uncommon to find heavy metals like lead or mercury in this fish.
While vaccine makers and the mainstream media continue to deny that vaccines can be harmful, the vaccine court in the United States is quietly awarding money to victims.
That’s a dealbreaker for most people.
It contains aluminum – a neurotoxin – as an adjuvant, along with polysorbate 80, which has been linked to multiple sclerosis, anaphylactic reactions, and encephalitis.
She recently announced to her 3 million Facebook followers that she had to temporarily close her operations
The state with the highest rate of adults who have permits is Alabama with 22.1 percent.
Official State of Texas figures paint a far different picture
Monsanto, the maker of the world’s most popular weed killer Roundup, could soon be facing an unrelenting flood of lawsuits from people who got cancer from their product.
(Natural News) It may be hard to believe, but 32,000 people were put behind bars in Massachusetts because of the testimony of two corrupt officials.