Health Ranger unveils free tool for monitoring the CDC, DEA, EPA, USDA, FDA and more

Health Ranger unveils free tool for monitoring the CDC, DEA, EPA, USDA, FDA and more

Thursday, September 17, 2015 by: J. D. Heyes

The editor of Natural News, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, is steadily building an alternative media network that will rival all others simply by allowing users to personalize their content in a unique way.

At the core of that personalization is the new search engine Good Gopher and, the latter of which allows web users to dramatically narrow their search for news content down to a specific entity.

Anyone who wants to keep up with various government agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can visit, scroll down to the “Government Agencies” section and click on the agency that interests you.

New media revolution

The result is that you’ll be instantly whisked away to a web page featuring news about that particular agency. For example, if you click “CDC,” you’ll be taken to, where dozens of headlines concerning that agency are listed.

The same thing will happen when you click FDA, FBI, IRS, or any of the other nearly one dozen categories of government agencies.

On each of those pages, you’ll have the option of choosing news from three categories: “Independent Media,” “Partner Media,” and “Academic News” related to those agencies.

As Adams explained in this August 10 post, the new network of sites he has launched will be independently operated and form an alternative news empire with and Good Gopher at the core.

Following the initial launch of two partner sites – Fukushima Watch and – Adams noted that they were part of “a rapidly expanding new content network featuring independently-owned, independently-operated news magazine websites affiliated with Natural News. Dozens of new sites on other topics are launching this year, including expertly written, magazine style news sites covering economic collapse, survival gear reviews, water fluoridation, mental health, medicinal herbs and many other popular topics.”

Further, he wrote, “Essentially, we’ve developed a way to jumpstart the instant success of new publishing sites, taking them from zero traffic to millions of visitors in at little as 60 days… all while utterly avoiding any reliance whatsoever on any search engines or mainstream media.”

Sites that have come online since the launch of Fukushima Watch and include Top 10 Grocery Secrets,,,, and Dozens more are expected to be launched soon.

Partner with us
“Partner sites earn revenues for their authors, and zero technical knowledge is needed to launch them or run them,” Adams noted. “All partner sites published via Natural News are nearly immune to cyber attacks, hacking attempts and DDoS attacks, making them an ideal platform for whistleblowers and industry insiders wanting to speak out anonymously.”

Personalization of news content is the backbone of this massive new network. Instead of a single site that attempts to cover everything, the division of news into specific channels enables readers to tailor their news consumption to specific areas of interest.

“In essence, we are building a significant portion of the New Media, ready to welcome all the new readers who are leaving the lying mainstream media and looking for something refreshingly honest and intelligent,” Adams wrote.

If you are interested in partnering with Natural News in this endeavor and “you’re an established author, journalist, independent scientist or blogger, talk to Natural News about launching a partner site with us, where you own and control the content. You also control a portion of the ad space, which you can use to earn ad revenues or promote your own books, products, services or other interests.”

One caveat: Adams asks that you know someone personally who is already associated with us so they can vouch for you.

In the meantime, visit our partner sites that interest you and stay tuned for more partner site launches throughout 2015 and beyond.

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