Daily Archives: July 22, 2017

Hackers Steal Millions of Social Security Numbers, 10 States Affected [VIDEO]


Published on Jul 22, 2017

A security breach in the Kansas Department of Commerce has exposed millions of Social Security numbers from people across 10 states to hackers. Many other accounts were also attacked.
Identifying information of millions of people in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Maine, Oklahoma and Vermont are in the hands of hackers, according to an open records request by a collaboration of sources through the Kansas News Company.

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Think fake news is bad? Take a look at the even larger problem of fake medical research


Image: Think fake news is bad? Take a look at the even larger problem of fake medical research

(Natural News) Following the 2016 presidential election, far-Left journalists, Democrats and #nevertrump Deep State operatives invented a number of excuses as to why the “shoo-in” candidate, Hillary Clinton, really lost to GOP nominee Donald J. Trump.

The Russians “hacked” the election. Trump “colluded” with Moscow to “steal” it. And Kremlin-planted fake news helped sway voters away from President Obama’s heir-apparent and towards the carnival barker and former reality TV star.

The Washington Post led with the Russia-planted fake news narrative, claiming in a late November story that Moscow’s intelligence service was planting anti-Hillary stories in more than 200 alternative and independent news sites as a way of undermining her candidacy. The story was so full of holes that other Left-wing media sites criticized it. Eventually, the paper was forced to print a sort-of, kind-of retraction, as Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams (whose site was listed as one of those pushing fake anti-Clinton news, compliments of Vladimir Putin) pointed out.

What’s interesting is what happened next: The Washington Post was accused of publishing “fake news,” which was followed by scores of additional fake news from other establishment media outlets like The New York Times and CNN. Other false narratives were also relentlessly pushed, as reported by the Washington Times, via MediaFactWatch.com.

But, much worse, even, than filling Americans’ heads with false narratives and fake news stories is the fact that the so-called scientific community’s research on a wide range of topics is also bogus. As The Waking Times reports:

As the world confronts the realization that mainstream media organizations are the primary source of fake news and corporate propaganda in our world, more information continues to come to light indicating that much of mainstream science and medical research is also largely fraudulent.

What’s more, this is not a new phenomenon. [RELATED: FAKE SCIENCE on parade as exact opposite news headlines appear right next to each other, citing the exact same study.]

In 2015, Richard Horton, editor of the prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, noted, “The case against science is straightforward: Much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness.”

Dr. Marcia Angell, former editor of another prestigious medical publication, The New England Journal of Medicine, also observed, “It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as editor” of the magazine.

Carlton Gyles, writing for the Canadian Veterinary Journal observed:

Marcia Angell’s comments were directed largely against conflicts of interest and the biases introduced by the influence of drug companies on researchers and universities. Richard Horton’s statement was part of his comments on a recent symposium on reliability and reproducibility of research in the biomedical sciences and addresses a broader area of concern. Some of the problems he identified are seen in the veterinary literature. They include inadequate number of subjects in the study, poor study design, and potential conflicts of interest. He notes that the quest for journal impact factor is fuelling competition for publication in a few high reputation journals. He warns that “our love of ‘significance’ pollutes the literature with many a statistical fairy-tale” and he remarks that journal editors, reviewers, and granting bodies all stress original studies to the extent that “we reject important confirmations.”

For years, the scientific and medical communities have been increasingly scrutinized for churning out faulty science. In fact, as The Waking Times pointed out, Horton has warned that as much as 80 percent of research in support of Big Pharma marketing may be fake.

The fraud now seems even more pervasive and widespread. Investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson, host of Full Measure, examined this problem in a recent report, in which she began with an interview of Harvard University’s Angell, a pioneer in the industry of medical journals, though today she is extremely critical of the state of her industry.

“I think physicians and the public have come to believe that drugs are much better and much safer than they really are,” she said, adding that the current level of scientific corruption was not always the norm.

Angell said it all began to change “as the pharmaceutical industry became richer, more powerful, more influential, and began to take over the sponsorship of probably most clinical research.”

Other skeptical scientists and researchers agreed.

“One always has to be aware of the possibility that somebody who is an author or co-author, or someone who is consulted to help support the research was a paid consultant by the pharmaceutical industry, and that’s not always apparent,” noted Dr. Howard Pomeranz, a neuro-opthalmologist at the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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Israeli metal detectors at Temple Mount

Artist Comment: Plane Rage. Violent air travel incidents are on the rise, and experts are saying that tighter seating, alcohol consumption and fewer flight attendants are to blame, leaving many stressed-out travelers literally foaming at the mouth as they find themselves herded like cows into an environment they can’t control.

Oh, but ain’t THAT the truth!

Conditional peace

Brigitte and Napoleon Macron

Artist Comment: Violence has flared in south-east Turkey on Monday following the decision to extend the government-backed state of emergency.

Bezos and Amazon?

That darn common sense gets Maxine every time.

OMG! The word “man” and “manliness” are repeated THREE times in this very politically incorrect advertisement. Shockingly sexist!

The prose about protecting our independent womenfolk is truly sweet. But so very not PC.

Having lost a young niece to brain cancer some years ago, I can attest, it is as horrific a drawn out way to go as any other. It does effect the brain and McCain should step down. Now. I would not wish this illness on anyone, even a creature as foul as Senator McCain.  Amazingly he is already being lauded as a great hero in the editorial cartoon milieu. Perhaps he should receive the same medical treatment that your friend Marys uncle never got….. Just saying that everyone should have a decent plan not just the uppity-ups. I would wish McCain good healing, but that is about it.

Not so much.

Artist Comment: Killer Fries. Calorie-dense and nutrient-poor junk food containing high amounts of sugar and fat kills more people worldwide than terrorist attacks, car accidents and Alzheimer’s disease combined.

NGOs, Soros, Immigration in the EU

Hoping for the good health and luck of a friend who in hiding. Oh, Canada, my home and native land….

This is a photograph of the skies over the lake I grew up on. Please enlarge. We had never even heard of computers back then!

Can you imagine a similar projected called “Dropping the Drawers” to celebrate the diversity of male members ever being funded? Perhaps another name for this project could be, “I am pussy, hear me roar!” Sorry I could not resist that one.
“A place where a community of women could reflect on their bodies and celebrate the beauty of it all through a liberating, creative art form. “Raising the Skirt” by artist Nicola Canavan is exploring that in her series of portraits of everyday women, as they share the beauty of their bodies, while exploring their relationships with their vaginas and what they symbolize to them.”
Modern art! Yes, truly delicate work, reminiscent of the ancient masters. Would DaVinci approve?

I posted this simply because the name of the poster “MommyDrinksWineandSwears” made me laugh. But the sentiment is apt, too.

Apologies but I could not find this with a larger font. But the material is worth finding your enlarger for.

 Enlarge to read and understand.

These guys created The Matrix series and then got blue pilled!

Recall that photo above somewhere of the ugly woman holding up the “Monogamy” sign? She was at this large orgy.


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Ex-Aurora priest charged with sex abuse avoids deportation

Chicago Tribune10 hours ago
A former Aurora priest charged with sexually abusing two young girls at their Catholic church appears to have eluded deportation to his native Colombia — for …

Convicted soul: A priest-perpetrator of child sexual abuse shares his …

National Catholic ReporterJul 20, 2017
Gilbert Gustafson was ordained a priest in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis in 1977, served as an associate priest at St. Mary of the Lake Parish in …

Man Sues Archdiocese, Cites Sex Abuse by Priest at Orphanage

U.S. News & World ReportJul 17, 2017
BOSTON (AP) — A New York man is suing the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston for sexual abuse he says he suffered decades ago at a church-affiliated …

Lawsuit accuses OC priest of sexually assaulting his assistant at …

Los Angeles TimesJul 20, 2017
The decision to return a priest to ministry despite prior accusations of sexual misconduct echoes similar actions that led to the child sex abuse scandal that …

‘Culture of Silence’ Abetted Abuse of at Least 547 German Choir …

New York TimesJul 18, 2017
He has denied awareness of sexual abuse taking place, and the new … or the question of whether the priest might have turned a blind eye to the abuse, though …
Hundreds of German choir boys allegedly abused, report says
In-DepthCNN InternationalJul 19, 2017

Christian priest held for sexual abuse of minor boys

Times of IndiaJul 18, 2017
KOZHIKODE: Police have arrested a priest for allegedly sexually assaulting two minor boys at a children’s home at Meenangadi in Wayanad district.
Kerala priest arrested for sexually abusing minor boys
InternationalIndia TodayJul 18, 2017

Former high ranking parish priest accused of child sex abuse

Northern StarJul 18, 2017
A RETIRED Catholic parish priest who stands accused of several child sexual abuse offences was excused from appearing in Lismore Local Court on Tuesday …

Overland Park priest removed from parish over accusation of …

fox4kc.comJul 18, 2017
Overland Park priest removed from parish over accusation of misconduct with … the archdiocese does provide information for reporting sexual abuse by priests.

Former priest, Boy Scout leader, accused in new abuse suits

Pacific Daily NewsJul 18, 2017
This is the second time Techaira has been named in a clergy sex abuse lawsuit. The first lawsuit naming Techaira was filed on June 22, alleging that Techaira …

Defrocked Ballarat priest to face court on string of historical child sex

The AgeJul 20, 2017
Detectives from Victoria Police’s Sano taskforce, the squad set up to investigate historic child sexual abuse, are believed to be investigating Mr Ryan in the wake …
New historic Warrnambool sex charges include rape
Warrnambool StandardJul 19, 2017

Priest allegedly molested 5 students as punishment

Pacific Daily NewsJul 20, 2017
Two other lawsuits, filed by former altar boys, accuse former priest Louis Brouillard of sexual abuse and molestation. The three plaintiffs are represented by …

Former North Catholic teacher completes Australia prison sentence …

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette16 hours ago
Brother Bernard Hartman, a former teacher at North Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, is expected to be released from an Australian prison this weekend and …

KCKPD investigates allegations against suspended priest

KSHBJul 19, 2017
KCKPD investigates allegations against suspended priest … The process for reporting an alleged sexual abuse against a child can be found in the Archdiocese …

Back of the Yards priest who admitted to sexual misconduct as …

Chicago TribuneJul 18, 2017
Back of the Yards priest who admitted to sexual misconduct as teenager … In an interview with the Tribune last year, he admitted to committing abuse as a minor.

Priest in secular institute under investigation for pedophilia

La Croix International (registration) (blog)Jul 19, 2017
“He is charged with serious acts of sexual abuse of a minor committed eleven years ago,” the statement said. The priest has since been placed under judicial …

Another child sex abuse scandal uncovers crisis of celibacy in …

NOW MagazineJul 19, 2017
One of the most senior Roman Catholic clergy in the world, a champion to conservative Catholics, has been charged with multiple sexual offences.

Over half of 95 sex abuse cases are against Brouillard

Pacific News CenterJul 21, 2017
Guam – The sex abuse lawsuits against the Archdiocese of Agana continue to pile … Brouillard and the other case involves the late priest Father Ray Techaira.

Priest John Denham to face fresh Taree child sex allegations

Newcastle HeraldJul 16, 2017
CONVICTED child sex offender Catholic priest John Denham has been charged … Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that he was …

Database of Publicly Accused Priests in the United States


National Survivor Advocates Coalition