From Antiwar.com, by Justin Raimondo
The roots of the immigration crisis
Tens of thousands of Central Americans, many of them unaccompanied children and teenagers, have flooded into the US illegally in recent years: they are a growing part of a human tsunami that has hit the southern border and caused what many refer to as a humanitarian crisis, overwhelming the local and federal authorities – and becoming a major political issue.
On the one hand, we have immigration restrictionists like Donald Trump, who say that “we cannot be a country and have no borders,” and who vow to build a Wall – “and make Mexico pay for it.” On the other hand, we have Hillary Clinton, who says we should be “knocking down barriers, not building walls,” and claims that Trump and his supporters are motivated by “bigotry.”
Like most partisan political debates, this one gives off plenty of…
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This week, a Standing Committee of plant scientists from 28 member states in Europe is likely to endorse the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) findings so that the European Commission (under pressure from Monsanto, Glyphosate Task Force and others) can?
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(N.Morgan) In the last few years, Turmeric has become regarded as the go to spice for excellent health benefits and relief from a variety of ailments. Golden paste is a turmeric-based concoction that taken by mouth provides health benefits to humans as well as animals (dogs and horses).
Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and has been used medicinally for over 4,000 years. It is great for arthritis, skin health, immune system, and even cancer. Recent studies have confirmed that it may be as effective as 14 different Rx drugs – without the awful side effects.
Taking Turmeric daily in a paste is designed to improve absorption and is an easy way to tap into its enormous benefits.
You’ll need the following ingredients:
½ cup turmeric powder
1 cup water (+ ½ extra if necessary)
1.5 tsp ground black pepper
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