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Everybody loves a clown - unless it's hovering in the woods at dark.

There were two such reports in Cumberland County on Tuesday - one in Fayetteville and one in Hope Mills - and in Laurinburg, authorities said. In Fayetteville, someone called police about 10 p.m. and reported there were clowns in the area of Fillyaw Road and Applewood Lane, less than a quarter-mile from North Reilly Road.

fayobserver.com

September 7, 2016

by October 14

Remember Texas Senate Bill 538? It was one of 17 bills proposed last session to remove your freedom of medical choice. SB 538 was quite a doozy, though - a bona fide wolf in sheep's clothing.

You see, SB 538 gave the Governor ultimate authority to declare an epidemic of any infectious disease of his or her choosing. The police could then identify risk groups to quarantine, and those identified would be detained in a facility until the situation was deemed safe. If children were isolated as part of the risk group, they could be forcibly taken from their parents, and the State would be assigned as guardian, with full parental rights.

texansforvaccinechoice.com

September 7, 2016

by D. Samuelson

At first this headline appears to be good news, indicating that the American Medical Association (AMA) has finally woken up to the medical tyranny of mandatory vaccines.

The Health Ranger reports, "A mandatory vaccination policy - forced vaccination of unwilling recipients - is, by definition, a medical intervention carried out without the consent of the patient or the patient's parents . This directly violates the very clear language in the Informed Consent section of the AMA Code of Medical Ethics which states:

newstarget.com

August 26, 2016

Officials of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Agency have closed over 180-miles of the Yellowstone River and hundreds of miles of other waterways. The move came following a massive fish die-off that saw thousands of fish killed.

Fishing guides and rafting operators who run businesses along the river said the move could be catastrophic to the area's sizable outdoor industry, which depends heavily on the busy summer season. One official said the closure could last for months if river conditions don't improve and fish keep dying. The closure extends to hundreds of miles of waterways that feed into the Yellowstone, including the Boulder, Shields and Stillwater rivers.

universalfreepress.com

August 20, 2016

by Vicki Batts

If you don't believe that the United States government is growing closer and closer to complete and total tyranny, this bit of news will hopefully change your mind.

Three years ago, Natural News reported on a German family that was fined $10,000 and had their children forcibly removed from their home. What kind of terrible crime did the parents, Uwe and Hannelore Romeike, commit? The crime of Homeschooling. That's right; the Romeike family was fined $10,000 and lost their five children because they had chosen to homeschool them.

newstarget.com

August 19, 2016

by Karen de Sa

For years, few questioned how doctors treated the emotional trauma of California's abused and neglected children - and nobody monitored how often they handed out psychiatric drugs that can turn fragile childhoods into battles with obesity...

Now, a Bay Area News Group investigation into the prescribing habits of the state's foster care doctors reveals for the first time how a fraction of those physicians has been fueling the medicating of California's most vulnerable kids. A mere 10 percent of the state's highest prescribers were responsible about 50 percent of the time when a foster child received an antipsychotic, the riskiest class of what are known as psychotropic drugs - with some of the most harmful side effects.

dailydemocrat.com

August 19, 2016

by Amy Bounds

Chalkbeat Colorado, which recently created a database of vaccination rates for schools in the state's 30 largest districts, found that the Boulder Valley School District remains a hot spot for the anti-vaccination movement.

According to Chalkbeat's analysis, more than half of the 15 schools with the highest rates of students exempt from vaccinations are in Boulder Valley. Colorado kindergartners also had the lowest vaccination rates for measles, mumps and rubella in the country - 81.7 percent - in the 2013-14 school year, according to federal data.

dailycamera.com

August 15, 2016

by Kate McGee

When Austin resident Katy Ludlow was pregnant, she remembers how concerned many parents were about vaccinating their children. Actor Jenny McCarthy was speaking openly about her belief that her son's autism was linked to vaccinations and Ludlow grew worri

Eight years later, Ludlow says she's firmly pro-vaccination and has fully vaccinated her daughter, who is now eight. But Ludlow says the debate over vaccinations continues among parents on play dates, where she witnessed a near-fight between two moms with differing opinions on vaccines, and social media platforms like Facebook.

kut.org

August 15, 2016

by Gary Barnes

Hundreds of students who were unable to show proof of immunizations were sent home from school. A spokesperson for the Folsom-Cordova School District said that at least 145 students were sent away.

Elk Grove school district listed their number of students sent home for failing to show vaccination papers at 133. As of July 1, parents can no longer use personal or religious belief exemptions to opt their kids out of vaccinations. The spokesperson for Folsom-Cordova told krem.com, "We're working under a different game plan now," Thigpen said.

truthkings.com

August 15, 2016

by Benjamin Wermund

Child Protective Services is looking for the parents of a 2-year-old boy found wandering alone in Stafford Sunday morning.

The toddler was found walking on the U.S. 59 feeder road near Gringo's Mexican Kitchen around 8:30 a.m. Sunday.

chron.com

August 7, 2016

      

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