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Mar 27 07:11

MASS VIOLENCE LINKED TO PRESCRIPTION PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS - A RESOURCE PAGE

From SSRIstories above - List of school shootings known to be linked to SSRIs Eric Harris age 17 (first on Zoloft then Luvox) and Dylan Klebold aged 18 (Colombine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado), killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and wounded 23 others, before killing themselves. Klebold's medical records have never been made available to the public.

Jeff Weise, age 16, had been prescribed 60 mg/day of Prozac (three times the average starting dose for adults!) when he shot his grandfather, his grandfather's girlfriend and many fellow students at Red Lake, Minnesota. He then shot himself. 10 dead, 12 wounded.

Cory Baadsgaard, age 16, Wahluke (Washington state) High School, was on Paxil (which caused him to have hallucinations) when he took a rifle to his high school and held 23 classmates hostage. He has no memory of the event.

Chris Fetters, age 13, killed his favorite aunt while taking Prozac.

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With the report that Andreas Lubitz was being treated for depression, the bizarre circumstances of his suicide now start to make sense!

UPDATE: Duesseldorf University Hospital admits that Andreas Lubitz has been a patient for the last two weeks, but now says he was not being treated for depression. Corporate media is back to pushing that her was a secret Muslim carrying out an act of terror, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah...

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Mar 27 07:13

Senator: Church attendance should be mandatory

During a gun bill debate, Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen says she supports mandating church attendance. CNN affiliate KTVK reports.

Mar 27 07:17

BEX ALERT - Jeb Bush: Obama Disparaging Netanyahu While Negotiating With A Country That Supports The Holocaust "

JEB BUSH: The Israel/Iran comparison is probably the most telling. As we’ve disengaged over the first term of his office, now we are seeing the ramifications of this. The implications of instability now are becoming more and more apparent. Americans want their president to keep America secure and to keep American citizens secure and this policy of pulling back, of disengagement is not the right approach. If our friends don’t count on us and trust us, and there are many examples of that, and our enemies don’t fear us, it creates the challenges we are now seeing, particularly in the middle east, but across the board.

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Never have I seen a candidate with tongue so handy and information so uncertain. I think America deserves better for a President, and I think Americans are tired of politicians fanatically devoted to Israel while ignoring the problems right here at home!

Mar 27 07:20

U.S. Ships 50 Bradley Tanks to Ukraine: Europeans Are Furious

Apparently, Obama, though he says he hasn’t made up his mind about whether to send weapons to Ukraine, actually has and is. He now seems to be quietly trashing the spirit though no provision in the Minsk II truce that was arranged by Merkel, Hollande, Putin, and Poroshenko, and signed by the OSCE, Russia, Ukraine, and both of the rebelling former parts of Ukraine, the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Lugansk People’s Republic. Obama now appears to be sending heavy weapons to Ukraine, and thus assisting Ukraine to resume attacking the DPR & LPR.

Mar 27 07:21

6-year veteran Falmouth police chief indicted on 73 criminal charges

Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced the arrest and indictment of a former chief of police in Falmouth.

A Franklin County grand jury indicted Mark Lane Posey, of Cynthiana, Tuesday on one count of abuse of public a trust over $10,000, one count of theft by unlawful taking, one count of theft by deception under $500 and 70 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

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So, yeah; let's give these guys guns, disarm the public, and tell them it's okay to shoot innocent Americans!

What follows are the principles of police conduct, as set out by Home Minister Robert Peel, at the establishment of the Metropolitan (London) Police Force in 1829:

1. The primary function of the police is the prevention of both crime and disorder.

2. The actions taken by the police are entirely dependent on approval by the people and their acceptance.

3. The maintenance of the rights and dignity of citizens is of utmost importance and the police are to garner voluntary assistance form the people in the maintenance of law and order.

4. The use of physical force by the police will not help in getting cooperation. In fact, it will achieve the opposite.

5. The police will earn the favour of the people by being a completely impartial force, rather than pandering to popular opinions.

6. Only when polite verbal communication with people fails to achieve the desired results of law and order should the police revert to the use of physical violence.

7. In essence, the police and the public are the same. The former is just a paid extension of the latter to completely focus on securing the welfare of their kind.

8. All actions taken by the police need to be focused on doing their prescribed duties without threatening the judiciary and its powers in any way.

9. The real test for the police is not the method in which results achieved but the results themselves, which is the absence of crime and instability in the society.

HOW FAR THE POLICE HAVE FALLEN!

Mar 27 07:23

Is It Time for the Jews to Nuke Europe?

There’s a threat lurking within Europe, waiting to rise and strike innocent people. It’s captured headlines and become an international concern. Panic is starting to build and many now wonder if they are safe to travel out in certain areas.

Are we talking about radical Islam? Not quite. Apparently Europe’s biggest problem isn’t Islamic terrorism or the terrifying consequences of mass immigration. . .it’s anti-Semitism!

Mar 27 07:23

Killed By Police 2015

Corporate news reports of people killed by nonmilitary law enforcement officers, whether in the line of duty or not, and regardless of reason or method.

Inclusion implies neither wrongdoing nor justification on the part of the person killed or the officer involved. The post merely documents the occurrence of a death.

Mar 27 07:25

Occupied Congress doing the (Chosen) People’s Business

As the following articles from the this week show, Congress is busy conducting the people’s business — the “chosen” people’s business, that is. First, the House of Representatives has established a bipartisan task force to combat anti-Semitism around the world. If there is one thing that will break the gridlock in Washington, it is a chance to demonstrate subservience to Jewish campaign paymasters. I wish that were hyperbole, but it’s just a plain fact.

Mar 27 07:29

Hadi Flees As Yemen Army Enters Gulf of Aden, Restores Houta

Yemeni army, supported by the popular Committees, entered on Wednesday morning the city of Aden from several directions, seizing control over most of the area and reaching the Gulf of Aden from Shebwa.

It also restored the Houta city, capital of Lahj province, from Al-Qaeda and militia operatives, Al-Manar reported.

The latest developments in Yemen followed various victories the army achieved against the armed militiamen loyal to Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi.

Hadi was the transitional President in Yemen who fled Sanaa to Aden after submitting resignation in January, where he tried to establish a rival cabinet, igniting civil war in the country and mobilizing armed militiamen against the national military.

Mar 27 07:36

Republicans face dilemma as climate change rises up political agenda

Ted Cruz officially kicked off the long US presidential campaign when he declared his candidacy this week, but his anti-environmental rhetoric has already set the stage for a looming war over whether climate-change denial is a legitimate barrier to the most powerful job in the world.

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Mar 27 07:38

Climate Change Cult Disconnect

There are days that I feel I’m too harsh on the man-made CO2 climate change movement (CO2 cult) by stigmatizing it and calling it a cult. I defend such claims in my CO2 Cult Climate Change Series by showing the numerous examples of such individuals acting like close-minded know-it-alls defending their ideological beliefs.

And this ideological science pervades even the peer-reviewed process, where you’ll find journals solely dedicated to climate change. While such is the norm for any discipline, the problem is that no dissenting view/study would ever be published in such a journal. Such an action represents the epitome of ideological science.

There’s even a peer-reviewed article that claims man-made CO2 climate change "causes" rape. [1] How is this objective impartial science? Why isn’t the CO2 cult speaking out against this peer-reviewed article? Because they don’t want to do anything that takes away from their "righteous battle."

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