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HEALTH FREEDOM ALERT: The FDA just outlawed CBDs and hemp oil extracts by claiming all plant molecules now belong exclusively to Big Pharma. (NaturalNews) Hemp oil extracts containing CBDs (cannibidiols) are such a threat to the pharmaceutical industry that the FDA is now invoking totally insane justifications for outlawing them.

HEALTH FREEDOM ALERT: The FDA just outlawed CBDs and hemp oil extracts by claiming all plant molecules now belong exclusively to Big Pharma

CBDs are non-psychoactive compounds found naturally in hemp plants. They work so well as powerful natural medicine that people everywhere are realizing CBDs work better than pharmaceuticals for treating epilepsy, seizures, neurological disorders and other serious health conditions (including HIV infections). US State Makes It Illegal To Collect Evidence Of Pollution On Public Property. Photo: Pixabay.

US State Makes It Illegal To Collect Evidence Of Pollution On Public Property

Police Say It's Unconstitutional To Mandate Drug Testing On Officers. A civil rights grievance has been filed against the city of Pittsburgh, with officers claiming that being required to undergo mandatory drug testing is a violation of the Constitution.

Police Say It's Unconstitutional To Mandate Drug Testing On Officers

Credit: GreenRushDaily.com By Lisa Rough / Leafly In an incredibly backwards display of irony, the union representing the Pittsburgh police has filed a most unusual lawsuit. A civil rights grievance has been filed against the city, claiming that officers being required to undergo mandatory drug testing is not only a violation of their contract but of the Constitution as well. It's messed up for Democrats to use the No Fly List to push for gun laws. In the wake of yet another mass shooting in the US, Republicans managed to vote down a bill that would bar people on the no-fly list from buying guns.

It's messed up for Democrats to use the No Fly List to push for gun laws

It’s hard to tell what is more sickening: that Republicans will refuse to vote for literally any gun control legislation despite the country’s mass-murder epidemic, or that Democrats are trying to use the unconstitutional no-fly list, which makes a mockery of due process, to force the issue. “People have due process rights in this country,” Republican House speaker Paul Ryan said in explaining his party’s opposition to the vote, apparently with a straight face. He went on to say there shouldn’t be a rush to pass legislation at the risk of “infringing upon the rights of law-abiding citizens,” which in almost all other situations is the party’s modus operandi.

A Surreptitious Courtroom Video Prompts Changes in a Georgia Town. An explosion of cellphone videos has brought renewed attention to police practices, provoking criticism, indictments and talk of criminal justice overhaul.

A Surreptitious Courtroom Video Prompts Changes in a Georgia Town

Courtroom videos of judges in action, however, are far rarer. But one surreptitious video in a small-town Georgia court has led to an overhaul of court practices there. The video showed the judge threatening to jail traffic violators who could not come up with an immediate payment toward their fines. “You can pay what you have, you can call whoever you need to call, go to an A.T.M. if you need to, do what you need to do,” Judge Richard A. Judges are not above the law. SOPA Just Passed In Secret! SOPA 2.0 was passed under the radar under H.R. 4681, Section 309. (Before It's News) Law passed that allows spying on Americans without a warrant.

SOPA Just Passed In Secret! SOPA 2.0 was passed under the radar under H.R. 4681, Section 309.

National Liberty Alliance. Chicago activists have quite a bit of proof that the police are eavesdropping on protestors' phones. Forbidden Fruits: Whatever Medicinal Foods The F.D.A. Forbids - NewsSum. In 2007, bitter almonds (not regular almonds) were becoming popular with alternative medicine due to their vitamin B-17 content.

Forbidden Fruits: Whatever Medicinal Foods The F.D.A. Forbids - NewsSum

Health food stores stopped selling B-17 in the form of apricot seeds in 2002, due to armed raids. The F.D.A. openly banned apricot seeds, and the extract, because it was touted as a cure for cancer; and curing is not allowed in America. The British Government followed suit, and did the very same things during 2002. Innocent people in both countries were arrested and charged for merely selling apricot seeds, a carrier of B-17 (laetrile). US government planes mimic cellphone towers to collect user data – report. The US justice department is reportedly using electronic equipment on aircraft to simulate cellphone towers so it can collect phone location and identifying information on a mass scale from users on the ground below.

US government planes mimic cellphone towers to collect user data – report

The allegations, reported in the Wall Street Journal late on Thursday, suggest that the US Marshals Service has for seven years flown Cessna aircraft outfitted with “dirtbox” devices that mimic cellular towers, permitting the collection of thousands of unique IDs and location data from users. According to the Journal the planes operate from at least five metropolitan airports, permitting a “flying range covering most of the US population”.

The reportedly indiscriminate collection would permit the marshals and potentially other justice department agencies to avoid having to seek records from the phone companies themselves, especially in criminal investigations where a court order may be required. The legal basis for the previously undisclosed program is unclear. Mounting evidence drug- and bomb-sniffing dogs just props to justify illegal searches and seizures. Reprinted from Dailykos.com by 8ackgr0und N015e About a year and a half ago, a group of Nevada State Troopers, along with a retired police sergeant filed a racketeering lawsuit against the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Mounting evidence drug- and bomb-sniffing dogs just props to justify illegal searches and seizures

The allegations are shocking. However, they are not surprising -- at least to me. a police dog, but not one from this article(image by West Midlands Police) Patriot Act Vs The Fourth Amendment: Shredding The Constitution. February 11, 2011: Judge Andrew Napolitano / Campaign For Liberty – February 9, 2011 The compromise version of the Patriot Act to which House and Senate conferees agreed last week and for which the House voted yesterday is an unforgivable assault on basic American values and core constitutional liberties.

Patriot Act Vs The Fourth Amendment: Shredding The Constitution

The Constitutionality of the Patriot Act: Examining Section 213. In the aftermath of September 11, Congress was eager to put laws on the books to prevent another attack. In an unprecedented spirit of bipartisan patriotism, a law was passed in the House by 357 to 66 (Clerk of the House) and in the Senate by 98 to 1 (Secretary of the Senate). The title of the act, USA PATRIOT Act, is an acronym for Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism. Since its historic passage there has been much debate on the constitutionality of the act. Some would claim the Legislative and Executive branches acted opportunistically and enacted a law that infringes on the rights of Americans. NSA Spying on Americans Is Illegal. December 29, 2005 What if it emerged that the President of the United States was flagrantly violating the Constitution and a law passed by the Congress to protect Americans against abuses by a super-secret spy agency?

What if, instead of apologizing, he said, in essence, "I have the power to do that, because I say I can. " High Treason in the U.S. Government. Q: Just who is a terrorist? A: Anyone (non-U.S. citizen or U.S. citizen alike) Attorney General Ashcroft designates as one. LAPD Protective League says Cops can too Demand Your ID! Having gone through a pretty lengthy discussion of this the other day on my original diary on Daniela Watts detainment, my understanding is considerably improved - and this is simply a read out of that understanding - but as before, if any practicing attorneys see something I've said that's wrong, feel free to chime in. I'll fix it. Firstly on Hiibel, yes, the court upheld the right of an Officer to obtain personal ID during the course of investigating of a possible crime, but they also ruled that this decision was dependent on that state having a "Papers Please" ID law on the books.

Notice that the Protective League press release says that Hiibel was a case against the "Sixth Judicial District of Humbolt County". They left something out there. Secretive White House Office For Lobbyists. In early 2011, after years of study, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration moved to reduce the permissible levels of silica dust wafted into the air by industrial processes like fracking, mining or cement manufacturing. The move came after years of public comment and hearings, and reflected emerging science about the dangers posed by even low levels of dust.

OSHA predicted the rule would save 700 lives annually and prevent 1,600 new cases of silicosis, an incurable, life-threatening disease. Obama DOJ's New Abuse of State-Secrets Privilege Revealed. President Barack Obama at the National Defense University in May 2013. Constitutional Change (Political vs Economic Democracy) CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE (& Political vs. Economic Democracy) By Pal Simon. Constitutional Amendment Not Needed: Congress Already Has a Remedy. Although the Constitution already includes a remedy, certain elected officials and public interest organizations are advocating for a constitutional amendment to overturn recent Supreme Court decisions that have corrupted elections, public officials and government.

DOJ Stops Hiding Its Use of Warrantless Wiretaps, Making Constitutional Challenges Possible. USDOJThe New York Times reports that federal prosecutors will soon inform a defendant that the case against him relies partly on warrantless wireapping authorized by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The disclosure will make it possible to challenge the constitutionality of such snooping in federal court. Congress amended FISA in 2008 to allow monitoring of communications between Americans and people in other countries without a specific court order, provided the official target is not located on U.S. soil. Last February, in Clapper v. Amnesty International, the Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit challenging that practice, ruling that the plaintiffs did not have standing to sue because they could not show their phone calls or email had been intercepted.

The One Telco Exec Who Resisted The NSA Has Been Released From 4+ Years In Jail. Feds order farmer to destroy his own wheat crops: The shocking revelations of Wickard vs Filburn. About unlawful orders: US Supreme Court decided ‘law’ repugnant to Constitution is void. 3-minute video: Police, Military – Was your Oath sincere? USAF Enviromental Specialist Kristen Meghan Blows Whistle On Chemtrails and Air Force Cover-Up. At the 2013 Atlanta Music Liberty Fest, Kristen Meghan, former Air Force Industrial Hygienist / Environmental Specialist gave a groundbreaking presentation of what she discovered about chemicals used in Chemtrails while serving in the Air Force. » Russian Forces to Provide “Security” At US Events Alex Jones. FEMA signs deal with Russian Emergency Situations Ministry to “exchange experts”

TREASON: Obama Now Allowing Russian Forces to Provide 'Security' At US Events on American Soil. UPDATE: Includes the 2016 Presidential Inauguration! (PAUL JOSEPH WATSON) -- As part of a deal signed last week in Washington DC between the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry and FEMA, Russian officials will provide “security at mass events” in the United States, a scenario that won’t sit well with Americans wary of foreign assets operating on US soil. In addition to agreeing with FEMA to “exchange experts during joint rescue operations in major disasters,” the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry will also be providing “security at mass events” in the United States.