Daily Archives: August 22, 2017

Johnson and Johnson deliberately failed to warn consumers about their talcum baby powder cancer link – lawyer [VIDEO]


Published on Aug 22, 2017

A jury in California has ruled against multinational pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson in the costliest decision to date for the company. J&J now must pay $70 million in compensatory damages and $347 million in punitive damages, after the jury sided with California resident Eva Echeverria, who says she developed ovarian cancer through her use of Johnson’s talcum baby powder for feminine hygiene. RT America’s Mike Papantonio, host of America’s Lawyer, explains how big corporations deliberately avoid warning consumers of cancer risks in their products.


North Korea lacks capability to strike US mainland – journalist [VIDEO]


Published on Aug 21, 2017

Journalist and writer Paul Gottinger rejects the mainstream media narrative on the North Korean threat in an interview with RT America. He expresses his concerns with US-South Korea joint military exercises and cites independent expert analysis that rejects the notion that North Korea can strike the US mainland.

Without opioids, ‘pain so great, you question whether you should go on’ – chronic disease sufferer [VIDEO]


Published on Aug 21, 2017

RT America talked to Bill Tackett, a man who can’t live without hydrocodone and who has been prescribed opioids long term for his condition. Tackett, who was diagnosed with degenerative disc disease in his 20’s and is now 40, is concerned lawmakers out to limit opioid prescriptions will harm patients as they try to prevent addiction.

BEST moments of BURNING MAN Festival 2016 – STARTS AUG. 27, 2017 [VIDEO]



Published on Aug 15, 2017

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Burning Man is an annual eight-day event taking place in the Black Rock desert of Desert (USA, Nevada). The festival starts on the last Monday of August, at zero o’clock one minute. The last day falls on Labor Day, the official holiday, celebrated in the US on the first Monday of September, a day off for most organizations. The climax occurs on Saturday after sunset, when a huge wooden statue of a man is burned.

The organizers themselves define the event as an experiment to create a community of radical self-expression, which is completely self-reliant (radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance). For a week in the desert, works of modern art, often of fantastic forms, are set. Some of them are burned by the creators before the end of Burning Man. There are hundreds of “mutated vehicles” of the most incredible appearance, many participants go in the costumes of characters of art, animals, objects and so on. Arrived in the desert, artists give performances, various dances are popular. On several dance floors around the clock work DJs. At the same time, each participant is responsible for his life support (food, water, protection from heat, wind, cold, place to sleep, etc.) and cleaning the desert from any traces of his stay; All this must be taken care of in advance.

The first burning of a small wooden man was in 1986, then on one of the beaches of San Francisco, a small group of friends. Subsequently, the circle of participants expanded and moved to the current place in the desert in the state of Nevada. In 2015, the festival was attended by 75 thousand people. Burning Man 2016 – 2017 burning man

Phoenix Rent-A-Mob Seeks ‘Paid Actors’ for Trump’s Visit Tonight [VIDEO]


Published on Aug 22, 2017

Things could get really interesting this evening in Phoenix. Just don’t forget that they are paying your fellow Americans to fight against one another! Order out of Chaos is their motto. Killuminati!

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Impeaching Trump & can Democrats recover? [VIDEO]


Published on Aug 22, 2017

On this episode of PoliticKING, Representative Steve Cohen (D-Tennessee) tells Larry why he intends to file articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. This comes as House Democrats moved to censure Trump over his reaction to the political violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Then political analyst Amy Holmes and Democratic strategist David Epstein join to discuss whether the calls for impeachment will lead anywhere and how the Democrats can hope to evolve and recover from the disastrous 2016 election.