Wise Food Storage Turns Over Purchase Records To Government As Part Of Shocking Class-Action Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit against Wise Company, a survival and emergency food storage company, was filed on February 15, 2017 for “unlawful, unfair, and deceptive advertising and business practices.” Last year, the company agreed to settle the suit, and is expected to announce the settlement on its website by the end of business today.

The class action, known as Miller v. Wise Company Inc., U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Case No. 5:17-cv-00616-JAK-PLA, alleges that on its website and packaging, Wise made misrepresentations and omitted material information about how long its Long-Term Food Kits would last and how

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Couple Wins Fight to Keep Their House Painted Like Van Gogh’s Starry Night to Soothe Autistic Son

Turning our eyes to our home, we see Earth. Inside this blue grain of sand and water, creatures are busy.

In my home state of Florida, I meet a quiet, determined lady named Nancy Nemhauser to interview on my A Neighbor’s Choice radio show. She has good news, but her face is war-weary. Her town of Mt. Dora, Florida, just a few miles from where we meet, has decided to drop its thousands of dollars citation against her home.

After they painted it, they received a city citation claiming the wall art was graffiti.

Mt. Dora is an artsy little

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Parents Share the Spookiest Things Children Have Said – Including Seeing Ghosts, Remembering Past Lives and Predicting Pregnancies

Parents have shared the creepiest things their children have said to them, in an array of chilling stories.

The thread was kicked off by a nursery teacher on Mumsnet, who described how a toddler in her class predicted both her pregnancy, and that of her colleague.

The woman revealed the young girl had placed her hand on her co-worker’s stomach saying ‘babies’, weeks before the woman discovered she was pregnant with twins. 

Other parents quickly shared their own spooky experiences of their own children seeing ghosts and recalling historically accurate memories that happened before they were alive.

Parents have

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‘Stay Home & Make Babies’: Man With ‘Dim’ View of Women Arrested for Shooting Female Drivers… Again

A man in Texas has been arrested a second time for shooting female drivers because he doesn’t believe women should be allowed to get behind the wheel. Authorities say the man has a “dim” view of the opposite sex.

Nicholas D’Agostino was initially arrested for shooting a mother as she drove to a car wash in Katy, Texas, on July 10. The bullet went straight through her arm, lodging just millimeters from her heart.

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Cop Turns Off Heat Alarm, Leaves Dog in Hot Car Until He Dies, Not Charged Because He’s a Cop

Columbia, SC — Columbia police announced this week that a police dog handler who left his own K9 in a hot car until it died will not faces charges of animal cruelty, despite being entirely responsible for the animal’s death. The officer left the K9 in the hot car for over six hours until it died from the heat.

Police K9 vehicles come equipped with special alarms that will roll notify the officer if the air conditioner goes out or the car becomes too hot. However, on that day, for reasons he was unable to explain, Master Police Officer David

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Watching America’s Collapse

In the 1950s and 1960s the United States was a vibrant society. Upward mobility was strong, and the middle class expanded. During the 1970s the internal contradiction in Keynesian demand management resulted in stagflation. Reagan’s supply-side economic policy cured that. With a sound economy under him, Reagan was able to pressure the Soviet government, which was unable to solve its economic problem, to negotiate the end of the cold war.

This happy development was not welcomed by powerful forces, both in the US and Soviet Union. In the US the powerful military/security complex was unhappy about losing the Soviet Threat,

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Blueberries And Grapes Combined Equal Dramatic Decline In Memory Loss And Aging

Building on proof that fruit is a life-saver (and not the danger that other media would have you believe), researchers have found an amazing synergistic effect on the brain when grapes and blueberries are combined. So, grab your spoon and fire up your favorite compote recipe as we take a look at this new discovery!

A lot of people obsessively focus on the vitamin content in fruit but they forget that it’s the unique combination of flavonoids, polyphenols, anthocyanins, tannins and other bio-compounds that have a dramatic effect on the body.

For instance, oranges prevent macular degeneration. It is

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Before Public Roads, Private Companies Did It Better


Before Public Roads, Private Companies Did It Better

By Joe Jarvis – August 15, 2018

American Roads Started as Private Businesses

Even the U.S. Department of Transportation has to admit, the first major U.S. roadways were not built by the government:

The privately built Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike Road was the first important turnpike and the first long-distance broken-stone and gravel surface built in America according to formal plans and specifications. The road’s construction marked the beginning of organized road improvement after the long period of economic confusion following the American Revolution.

The road opened

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This Liberal Carried an American Flag to Protest Fascism in Portland. Antifa Cracked His Head Open With a Bat.

AntifaScreenshot via Youtube / Mike BivinsPaul Welch is not a fascist. He is a liberal who voted for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primary, and for Hillary Clinton in the general election. On August 4, he attended a far-right rally in Portland, Oregon, as a counterdemonstrator intent on signaling his opposition to the “tacitly fascist event,” he told The Oregonian.

Tell that to Antifa: One of the masked militants attacked Welch, striking him over and over again with some kind of metal rod concealed in black cloth. One blow landed on his head, which caused Welch to immediately

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Study: You Need to Keep on Taking Probiotic Supplements for the Effects to Last

Your body has trillions of bacteria, but not all of them are bad. A surprisingly large percentage of your bacteria population lives in your gut, and most of them are good for you. They’re called probiotics or “good” gut bacteria. You tend to lose them over time because of one reason or another, so keeping their population replenished is a good, solid step toward better health.

The bacterial populations that call your body home perform different functions, some of which make you sick in the process, while others boost your well-being. Part of “good” bacteria’s role is to keep the

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