Get Informed on U.S. Legislation That Could Restrict Your Health Freedom

DEA places CBD Under Schedule 1 Drug Code

Posted January 11, 2017
On December 14, 2016 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) issued a Final Rule that adds a new drug code (7350) for marijuana extracts to the Controlled Substances Act’s Schedule I. According to the Federal Register, the drug code allows DEA “to better track these materials and comply with treaty provisions.” This controversial move has put many in the industry on edge because it demonstrates DEA’s intention to treat cannabidiol (CBD) and other cannabis extracts as a Schedule I drug.  Read more. 

CDC Censored my Public Comment, 12/23/2016. Welcome to Amerika?

Posted January 11, 2017
A few weeks ago, an associate of mine brought a public comment opportunity to my attention at the Regulations.gov website. The issue was proposed revisions to the Vaccine Information Sheets the CDC is required by Congress to provide to the public so they can properly assess the risks associated with accepting, or declining, the MMR or the MMR-V vaccines.  Read more.

CODEX Lazy Monkeys

Posted December 30, 2016
At the beginning of this week December 5-9, 2016, the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU) became the very thing that Codex Secretariat Tom Heilandt warned against in his opening speech there – “lazy monkeys.” For those unfamiliar with that term, it is loosely translated as “being lazy for no reason and not functioning properly.” On the debate over the daily Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs) for VitaminÍ D and Vitamin E, the bulk of the Committee weakly argued and agreed amongst themselves that the World’s population does not need adequate blood levels of either Vitamin D or Vitamin E.  Read more.

New Government Cancer Task Froce to Increase Spending and Mandate Ineffective Treatments

Posted December 30, 2016
Cancer is a $125 BILLION dollar industry that is growing, not declining. The industry is dependent on more cancer patients, not less. A “cure” for cancer would put millions of people out of work, and destroy the U.S. economy.  At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the 1970s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life, and that percentage will soon be one out of two.  Read more.

Pharmaceutical Executives Charged in Racketeering Scheme

Posted December 30, 2016
Several pharmaceutical executives and managers, formerly employed by Insys Therapeutics, Inc., were arrested today on charges that they led a nationwide conspiracy to bribe medical practitioners to unnecessarily prescribe a fentanyl-based pain medication and defraud healthcare insurers.  Read more.

GM Bentgrass, the Dangerous Grass that Never Dies

Posted December 30, 2016
Earlier this month, the Department of Agriculture quietly greenlighted the first-ever genetically engineered grass. The GE creeping bentgrass, a product of Monsanto and Scotts, is genetically engineered to be immune to Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide.  Read more.

Opposing Mandatory Vaccination — Act Now!

Posted December 30, 2016
Health-freedom attorneys for the Pandemic Response Project (PReP) are not happy with President Obama’s CDC and its latest (August 2016) proposed rules allowing forced medication, quarantine, and electronic tracking of humans. And sadly, the 50 States (especially California) are among the worst offenders of health freedom, so the situation is relatively complex when it comes to protecting legal rights during a pandemic.  Read more. 

NVIC Calls 21st Century Cures Act “A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing” and Urges Presidential Veto to Protect Public Health

Posted December 22, 2016
The 996 page Act has been promoted by Congress as a consumer friendly bill to fund medical research and make new prescription drugs and medical devices more quickly available in the U.S., but it also lowers licensing standards used by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to fast track experimental vaccines to market that will be federally recommended and state mandated for use by all children and many adults in America.  Read more.

Victory! GE Mosquitoes Will Not be Let Loose on Florida Community

Posted December 7, 2016
“FDA knew it was reckless to approve the release of a novel species without first assessing the potential impacts. The agency didn’t do its homework so the local community spoke up and they had the law on their side,” said Jaydee Hanson, Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for Food Safety.  Read more.