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May 15, 5 years ago

Harvard’s satanic black mass canceled after outrage

Harvard’s satanic black mass canceled after outrage

A Harvard student group’s planned satanic “black mass” has been canceled after widespread condemnation from religious and educational leaders, who called the event an affront to the faithful.

May 13, 6 years ago

Ice melt in part of Antarctica ‘appears unstoppable,’ NASA says

Ice melt in part of Antarctica ‘appears unstoppable,’ NASA says

(CNN) — New research shows a major section of west Antarctica’s ice sheet will completely melt in coming centuries and probably raise sea levels higher than previously predicted, revealing another impact from the world’s changing climate.

May 12, 6 years ago

US starts countrywide nuclear drill after similar war games in Russia

US starts countrywide nuclear drill after similar war games in Russia

US starts countrywide nuclear drill after similar war games in Russia

The US Strategic Command, the agency responsible for country’s nuclear arsenal, will hold large-scale war games this week that will include 10 B-52 Stratofortresses and up to six B-2 Spirit bombers, along with other military and government agencies.

May 11, 6 years ago

Pope Francis calls for ‘legitimate redistribution’ of wealth…

Pope Francis calls for ‘legitimate redistribution’ of wealth…

Pope Francis calls for ‘legitimate redistribution’ of wealth during meeting with U.N. leaders.

May 8, 6 years ago

Catholic League says Dr. Eric Walsh not qualified…

Catholic League says Dr. Eric Walsh not qualified…

Catholic League says Dr. Eric Walsh not qualified to be Pasadena Public Health director

PASADENA>> The New York based Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights issued a statement Tuesday saying Pasadena Public Health Director Dr. Eric Walsh should not keep his post at the city.

Apr 27, 6 years ago

Is choice lost? Microchip to administer drugs, replace pills

Is choice lost? Microchip to administer drugs, replace pills

(NaturalNews) According to reports from CNN, people who use pharmaceutical drugs, but who don’t like having to remember, think, exercise their personal agency, or make their own proactive choices throughout their day, may soon be able to get their medications automatically administered via an implanted chip.