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Our Right to Informed Consent Being Usurped – Will You Resist?

From Activist Post, by Alex Pietrowski

By Alex Pietrowski

Through case-law, as well as by the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, it is well established as a legal precedent in the United States that an individual has the right to informed consent of any invasive medical procedure. 1,091 more words


"The Intellectual Yet Idiot"

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It seems that I am not alone in my rejection of the “intellectual-idiot” status quo. The “intellectual-idiots” have brought humanity and the planet to the very brink of annihilation, and yet, these self-proclaimed geniuses are never, not even for a moment, willing to reconsider what they pander as being the absolute truth; or, in reality, religious doctrine/dogma in the guise of ‘enlightened reason and knowledge’. 516 more words

Political/Social Issues

Tyranny 101: To Control and Enslave


p style=”text-align:justify;”>One field of study desperately needs advocacy, a discipline in dire want for deep and systemic analysis in the American University. We need excellence in the practice of tyranny and totalitarianism. 438 more words

The College

Texas to Withdraw From Obama Admin Refugee Program Over Terror Threat

Gov. Abbott: Obama administration cannot ensure safety

From Fox News: The state of Texas on Wednesday announced that it is withdrawing from the Obama administration’s refugee resettlement program due to the administration’s inability to ensure that refugees resettled in the state do not pose terror threats… 133 more words


Just As Flint Threatens Lawsuit, The State of Michigan Removed Their Power to Sue

From Activist Post, by Claire Bernish

Michigan has stripped the City of Flint of the ability to sue over the lead contamination of its water supply. 760 more words


The Paradox of Immigration In a Free Society

The recent terrorist attacks in Minnesota, New York and New Jersey have driven home a point that should have been obvious when the USA PATRIOT Act was first passed: the United States cannot remain both a free society and a multicultural society. 1,027 more words