Christina Sarich | With the ink barely dry on the FDA’s approval of GM salmon, and several watch-dog groups threatening to sue, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Connecticut, joins consumer groups wary of the genetically modified fish.

Dylan Charles | As we inch further into the future and evermore closer to the next, and certainly last, world war, it seems proper to give pause and consider the significance of the fact that much of the information provided on world events is dreadfully compromised by corporate and political propagandists.

Nick Barrickman and Joseph Kishore | The release of the video shatters a year-long attempted cover-up by the Chicago Police Department and the administration of Democratic Party Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the former chief of staff for President Barack Obama.

Michael Snyder | Throughout 2015, the U.S. dollar has been getting stronger. That sounds like good news, but the truth is that it is not.

The Gateway Pundit | Islamic rebels posted video of the Russian pilots being shot as their parachutes landed.

Daniel Barker | It turns out that the EPA routinely requires contractors to sign non-disclosure agreements – a practice which, in theory, protects "sensitive information" and legitimate government secrets, but which also protects the agency from scrutiny.

Michael Snyder | If we truly do want to get rid of ISIS, why aren’t we doing anything about the Islamic governments that are funding them, aiding them and facilitating the sale of their oil?

The Alex Jones Channel | Professor Darrel Hamamoto breaks down how university students are being manipulated and mind controlled through university programs and what it is doing to society.

John W. Whitehead | What remains to be seen is whether France, standing where the United States did 14 years ago, will follow in America’s footsteps as she grapples with the best way to shore up her defenses, where to draw the delicate line in balancing security with liberty, and what it means to secure justice for those whose lives were taken.

Ron Paul | I agree that we must be very careful about who is permitted to enter the United States, but I object to the president’s plan for a very different reason. I think it is a sign of Washington’s moral and intellectual bankruptcy that US citizens are being forced to pay for those fleeing Washington’s foreign policy.


- Advertisement -