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On Jan 15, 1929, Michael King was born. He later changed his name to honor Martin Luther, the reformer. He opposed racial segregation in non-violent ways, became a life-long FBI surveillance target, and may have become a democratic socialist. He also opposed the Vietnam War, calling the US government "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today".
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther_King,_Jr. #redpillcalendar
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On December 18, 1944 the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of Executive Order 9066, which ordered Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II.

+1 or share if you think that sometimes the justices find themselves on the wrong side of Justice.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korematsu_v._United_States
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The FDA recently banned the inexpensive, personal DNA testing services provided by 23andMe, primarily because of "the risk that a direct-to-consumer test result may be used by a patient to self-manage."

Want to know more about your family history? Want to know if you're genetically predispositioned to react to certain medications? Too bad, our overlords are afraid of what you might do with that information.

Is anybody still confused about why health care is so expensive on this country?
 
FDA bans 23andMe test kits.

It appears that the medical-industrial complex has finally ordered its flunkies in government to stop people from knowing about their own DNA. 

The FDA thinks that your genes are none of your business. They belong to the corporations that charge by far the highest healthcare costs in the world. 

The FDA ordered +23andMe to immediately stop selling their saliva testing kits. And why? They say it's because it could lead people to seek out the wrong medical treatments. 

The medical industrial complex works like movie theaters -- they can't charge $5 for a bag of popcorn if you bring your own. The medical industrial complex can double their prices only if they have a monopoly on healthcare. The FDA's 23andMe crackdown is part of a larger effort by the government to eliminate alternatives to America's family-crushing, economy-destroying healthcare costs. 

The last thing the medical industrial complex wants is informed citizens with insights into their own genetic information. You're supposed to be a dumb consumer of medical services, blindly obeying your doctor (who has been pressured and paid off by the drug and medical equipment companies to maximize costs). 

You'll notice the FDA is doing nothing about the looming antibiotics disaster or the 100,000 Americans who die each year from prescription drugs. Those are highly profitable for the industry. 

But allowing people to know about their own health? This is what the FDA thinks demands urgent action. 

If the FDA were honestly concerned about the threat of wrong treatment, they would have instead banned +23andMe from revealing or sharing information about the specific diseases they claim to be concerned about, and allow the company to offer results on both the majority of the information they share about disease, and also information about ancestry. 

What they clearly want instead is to financially cripple companies that are informing people about their own health. You can NOT bring your own popcorn into this theater. 

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304281004579219893863966448

http://www.fda.gov/ICECI/EnforcementActions/WarningLetters/2013/ucm376296.htm

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/03/health-care-costs-_n_3998425.html

http://www.forbes.com/sites/toddhixon/2012/03/01/why-are-u-s-health-care-costs-so-high/

http://articles.latimes.com/2011/sep/17/local/la-me-drugs-epidemic-20110918

https://plus.google.com/+MikeElgan/posts/a9EeXgES589
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On November 10, 1798, the Kentucky legislature passed resolutions declaring that when "the general government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force", and that each state may decide for itself which acts are constitutional. ("this government, created by [the U.S. Consitution], was not made the exclusive or final judge of the extent of the powers delegated to itself, since that would have made its discretion, and not the Constitution, the measure of its powers")

The Kentucky Resolutions were a response to the Alien and Sedition Acts (signed into law by John Adams in the summer of 1798), which plainly violated the first amendment by limiting speech critical of the president, the senate, and the house of representatives.

Hilariously, the law DID NOT limit unfavorable speech against the vice president, Thomas Jefferson, the secret author of the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798. 
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Best-selling author with a Ph.D. in history claims the monopoly boogie man isn't real.
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On Jan 10, 1776, Thomas Paine published a political pamphlet (anonymously) that called for a revolution. The colonists had felt oppressed, but popular opinion blamed local governments, then parliament, and even the king's advisers. This pamphlet was among the first to blame the king himself, and to make the "Common Sense" case for American independence. http://buff.ly/1aNSqeF #redpillcalendar
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Finally! +GoRemy takes questions from the White House press corps. about the disastrous #Obamacare rollout. 

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We just updated our Transparency Report, showing how many requests Google gets for information about its users. But we're not allowed to give the full story because the U.S. government says that requests under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) must be kept secret. We can tell you this: Requests have more than doubled around the world since 2009, and more than tripled in the U.S.: http://g.co/u5sp

Share this if you believe you have a right to know what our governments are up to. 
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