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(Natural News) President Trump was crucified by the mainstream media a few weeks back after hosting an improvised press conference and saying there was “blame on both sides” for the violence in Charlottesville that resulted in the death of a counterprotester. The … Continue reading
(Natural News) Would you let a five-year-old smoke a joint? I certainly hope not. Yet that would probably be less harmful than loading kids up on pharmaceuticals. (Article by Joe Jarvis republished from TheDailyBell.com) Currently, over a million American children … Continue reading
(Natural News) A tech reporter claimed Thursday that Google uses its power to censor the internet, alleging that the company pressured her to delete an article detailing its deliberate stifling of search traffic. (Article by Rob Shimshock republished from DailyCaller.com) … Continue reading
DIY No internet, no problem. So you lost your all-important access to the internet. If you have the Chrome browser, you can simply keep working. Here’s our guide to using Chrome offline. Source: Popular Science