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Costa Rica ‘Accidentally’ Legalizes Gay Marriage

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. Even if it was not premeditated, a bill passed for equal rights is a win nonetheless. This is what recently happened in Costa Rica, the nation deemed the ‘happiest in the world’, and now for more reason than previously thought. While over a dozen of other nations have already legalized […]

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Are TED Talks Now Against Alternative Health?

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. In case you haven’t heard, it seems TED (recently criticized as joining Monsanto’s GMO agenda) no longer supports any talks regarding GMOs, food as medicine, or even the subject of how food can help prevent behavioral disorders in children. In a recently written letter (that can be found here), TEDx […]

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JFK’s death one of many November conspiracies

John F. Kennedy promised a better way of life, increased national pride, and encouraged all Americans to move forward in science, space exploration and community service. His death in November 1963 didn’t completely end those dreams, and actually helped create another group of united Americans – those with questions about the circumstances of his assassination. […]

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Should Marijuana be Legalized Around the World?

By: Elizabeth Renter, Natural Society. State by state, the marijuana laws in this country are changing, but this isn’t the only place reconsidering pot prohibition. Marijuana legalization support is growing around the world. Recently, Uruguay became the latest to “edge toward” a government owned and regulated marijuana industry. Medical marijuana in Canada is similarly making significant strides towards making this […]

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Google’s Eric Schmidt: NSA spying ‘outrageous’

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says recent revelations regarding the National Security Agency’s alleged eavesdropping operations are “outrageous” and perhaps even illegal. Schmidt was weighing in with reporters at the Wall Street Journal this week when he unleashed on the NSA over reports that the United States intelligence-gathering agency infiltrated communication links between data centers operated […]

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Cannabis Plants Pop up All Over Germany as Form of Protest

Christina Sarich, Natural Society. In the small, university town of Gottingen, Germany, a handful of autonomously acting ‘Flower Children’ have decided to rogue-plant cannabis seed in the hundreds of thousands as an act of defiance against the ‘demonization’ of a plant that has been proven to treat multiple ailments. To put it in simper terms, citizens are […]

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The Government Is Researching How To Use Technology To Change Your Religious Beliefs

By: Michael Snyder, Thetruthwins.com. Should the U.S. government be trying to figure out how to use technology to change the beliefs of “religious extremists”?  Before you answer yes to that question, perhaps you should consider whether or not the U.S. government considers you to be a “religious extremist”.  After all, as I have documented previously, conservatives, […]

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FEMA Camp has begun: Homeless First!

By: Amanda Froelich, True Activist. As unemployment rises, the unfortunate predicament of homelessness swells in effect. And what’s even more shocking is how it’s being handled (or being pushed aside as someone else’s problem); shockingly similar to the segregation of the Holocaust in the 40′s, South Carolina’s city has created plans to collect its homeless […]

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