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Student marchers trash D.C. with stunning level of filth and garbage
Mike Adams The student protest marchers who invaded D.C. over the weekend left behind a shocking scene of garbage, filth and human trash, scattered across the streets. This is how much they really “love” this country.

See the full story here.

Also: Check out my questions for student anti-gun protesters: When the government death squads come for your loved ones, how will you stop them? (See article here.)

Fennel flower found to effectively treat several diseases and conditions, including cancerBy Michelle Simmons | Read the full story
Working with nature to reduce pesticide use: Farmers around the world are rediscovering the increased yields offered by biodiversityBy Tracey Watson | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesStronghold of all the world’s seeds in the Global Seed Vault reaches the one million mark
The world’s largest repository of crop seeds recently celebrated its 10th-year anniversary. And to mark the occasion, it received shipments of more than 70,000 additional crop varieties from …

Levels of health-promoting fatty acids are higher in milk from grass-fed cows
Grass-fed cattle are regarded as healthier than grain-fed, but can the same be said of milk coming from grass-fed cows? That’s a question that numerous researchers from different universities …

Medicinal uses, effects and benefits of horse mint
A review of studies published in the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine discussed the medicinal and phytochemical properties of horse mint. The study review was conducted by a team of …

Self-driving vehicles without human drivers now allowed in California
Self-driving car technology is advancing faster than it ever has before, and human road laws are only beginning to catch up. Recently, California became the latest state to approve new rules …

Herbal formulations able to prevent and treat dengue fever: A scientific review
Herbal formulations could be potentially used as alternative options for preventing and treating dengue fever. A study published in the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine looked atpast …

Weekend anti-gun protests in D.C., like previous Left-wing demonstrations, generate tons of trash for others to clean up
Left-leaning Americans like to lecture everyone about how environmentally aware they are, but sometimes other things are more important than clean and green. Like guns or, more specifically, …

Canadian study finds sugary beverages and energy drinks disrupt sleep and shorten duration of sleep in adolescents
Parents of teens knowthis familiar scene: The adolescent comes home from school, his eyes almost drooping, his body limp. It’s been a long day. But he still has a lot of things to do. …

Over 100 cities worldwide are now using at least 70% renewable energy
According to a report from Eco Watch, more than 100 cities around the world now rely on renewable energy for 70 percent of their electricity needs. Data from research by the non-profit …

Google’s latest assault on your privacy comes in the form of a tiny “smart” camera designed to autonomously monitor and document your every move
If you’ve ever had a strange desire to be watched around the clock and have pictures taken of you and your family even when you least expect it, fear not. Google has got your back. Back in …

Preserving riverside forests by connecting fragmented habitats may conserve biodiversity, ecosystems
Aside from protecting various endangered species, the conservation of river-floodplain ecosystems is another challenge that experts are trying to address in the 21st century. According to a group …

Left’s gun control front man David Hogg suddenly cares about the Constitution, but can’t correctly cite it
If you needed another big, fat, glaring example of how today’s Marxist-run public schools are ensuring that future generations of Americans will be utterly unprepared to defend their …

Essential survival gear for the home
The comfort and ease of modern-day living is made possible by flip-of-the-switch electricity, turn-of-the-knob water supplies, on-the-go cell phone communication, and high-speed internet access. …

Cell tower radiation confirmed to cause cancer in animals
It’s not surprising that so many people have cancer nowadays. Carcinogens are in the water we drink, the food we eat and the air we breathe. We might be able to control what we choose to eat and …

    
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