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On camera, a Romney “supporter” at an early voting location says he was paid by the South Florida Romney campaign effort to wear a shirt and maintain a presence. Having a handful of Romney supporters at the site likely helped make the impression on potential voters who lack the capacity to think for themselves that they, because of Romney’s large “support”, they should vote for him. Makes perfect sense…

THIS IS A BAD THING, WATCH AND PASS ON NOW. WE NEED TO SHUT THIS DOWN LIKE WE DID SOPA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8FzkVRh7Ck

Via: WLWT:

GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul said his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, has been detained by security at the Nashville airport.

“My son Rand is currently being detained by the TSA at the Nashville Airport. I’ll share more details as the situation unfolds,” the elder Paul posted on his Facebook page.

Sen. Paul’s communication director Moira Bagley said Paul called her to say he’d been detained. An airport spokeswoman later confirmed the incident to WSMV-TV.

CNN reported that Rand Paul was detained after refusing to allow a pat-down after the body scanner went off.

Friday, January 20, 2012 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Imagine a world where the government monitors everything you eat and drink, and makes sure you take all your pharmaceutical drugs by feeding you an edible microchip that transmits this compliance information remotely to authorities. Such a world is almost a reality, as a California-based biotechnology company is about to unveil an edible microchip tracking device in the UK that monitors patients’ compliance with prescribed drug regimes, and sends this information to family members and caretakers.

The UK’s Independent says Proteus Biomedical, the company responsible for making the edible microchip, has formed a commercial partnership with Lloyds pharmacy, a UK pharmacy and healthcare provider, to begin selling the tiny chips to patients by year’s end. Smaller than a grain of sand, the tiny chip will monitor which drug pills are taken, and electronically send this information to patches worn on patients’ arms. The patches will then send the information to the mobile phones of patients’ relatives and physicians.

The chips are reportedly made of “ingredients commonly found in food,” and are layered with copper, magnesium, and silicon components. When consumed along with pharmaceutical drugs, these chips are activated by stomach acids, which causes them to generate electric currents marked with specific signatures that match the drugs taken. When the process is complete, parties receiving the information will know whether or not patients took their medications, and at what time they took them.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
(NaturalNews) Did you know that wild rice isn’t really rice? It’s actually a type of grass seed. Did you know that many bottled, flavored “tea” beverages contain no tea at all? Or that soy protein is made using a highly explosive chemical solvent that can be used to manufacture bombs? These and hundreds of other amazing food facts are revealed in the new “Amazing Food Fact Machine” just launched by Natural News.

The Amazing Food Fact Machine is available now at: http://www.naturalnews.com/AmazingFoodFactMachine.asp

 
There, users can click the “Generate a new fact” button to see new facts appear, along with wise-cracking comments from a cartoon character (the “office guy”) sitting on a giant apple.

“It’s surprising how little people really know about the food they eat,” explained Mike Adams, the editor of Natural News. “In creating the Amazing Food Fact Machine, we wanted to give both children and adults a fun, educational way to learn some astonishing things about where food comes from, how it’s made and what’s missing from it by the time it gets to your dinner table.”

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AFP RELAXNEWS
Monday, January 16 2012
Though you may feel full leaving the restaurant, your wallet is likely to feel lighter this year, as menu prices across the US are expected to rise in 2012.

According to industry publication Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN), a second straight year of rising commodity costs will force restaurant chains to pass on higher food costs to consumers by hiking up menu prices.

Coffee lovers have already been hit by price hikes this year, with Starbucks raising prices an average of about one percent in cities like New York, Boston, Washington DC, Atlanta, Dallas, and Albuquerque.

More than 150 restaurant operators participated in the survey, 67 percent of whom said they would be increasing prices in 2012. Of those respondents, 64 percent said the price hikes would range between 1 and 3 percent; 31 percent said they would hike prices between 4 to 6 percent; and six percent said they plan to raise prices by more than 6 percent.

Meanwhile, despite the uptick in prices, restaurant operators cited value pricing as their menu’s main focus this year. That was followed by improved food quality, the use of local or seasonal items, lower-cost food items and bold and spicy flavors.

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For the investigation, Vaughn Bryant, one of the nation’s leading melissopalynologists, or experts in identifying pollen in honey, and director of the Palynology Research Laboratory at Texas A&M University, evaluated more than 60 products labeled as “honey” that had been purchased by FSN from ten states and the District of Columbia.

Bryant found that 76 percent of “honey” samples purchased from major grocery store chains like Kroger and Safeway, and 77 percent of samples purchased from big box chains like Sam’s Club and Wal-Mart, did not contain any pollen. Even worse were “honey” samples taken from drug stores like Walgreens and CVS, and fast food restaurants like McDonald’s and KFC, 100 percent of which were found to contain not a trace of pollen.

The full FSN report with a list of all the pollen-less “honey” brands can be accessed here:
http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2011/…

So what is all this phony honey made of? It is difficult to say for sure, as pollen is the key to verifying that honey is real. According to FSN, much of this imposter honey is more likely being secretly imported from China, and may even be contaminated with antibiotic drugs and other foreign materials.

Most conventional honey products have been illegally ultra-filtered to hide their true nature

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