(Zachary Petrizzo) ‘Everyone deserves 8 hours of sleep!’
Causes advanced by democratic socialists are many: tuition-free college, universal health care, a federal jobs guarantee, a “living wage,” and much more.
(Daniela Penha) At first sight, the Córrego das Almas farm in Piumhi, in rural Minas Gerais state, seems to be a model property. “No slave or forced labor is allowed,” reads one of several signs that display international certifications — including one linked to the U.S.-based company Starbucks corporation. But investigators have found that laborers on the farm’s coffee plantations were working under degrading conditions and living in substandard housing without sewerage or drinking water. A Ministry of Labor team inspection conducted at the site rescued 18 rural workers in conditions analogous to slavery.
“Gifted a small piece to another co-worker and she said her son was able to concentrate better with his school work.” “One co-worker told me that she thought she had ‘something’ (ghostly perhaps) in her attic. After bringing a couple of pieces into the house it stopped.” “At my old apartment complex I had a younger guy (20s) tell me that one of the pieces he found that I left lying around the area relieved his intense anger.”
Body For Awareness Project: Your clothes, your body, your truth. Support alt-media and help raise awareness. On Sale Now
(Benjamin Fulford) Many signs and confirmations from highly placed sources indicate that a reboot of Western civilization is being planned for 2019. The shutdown of the U.S. government over the holidays, for example, has nothing to do with building a wall, and everything to do with a financial reboot and upcoming military tribunals.
(Isabelle Z.) A shocking new Census Bureau study has revealed that 63 percent of the non-citizens living in the U.S. are taking advantage of welfare programs that were designed to help Americans who are struggling financially or ill. The finding gives a lot of weight to arguments in favor of taking steps like building a wall to prevent illegals from entering.
(Aletheia Luna) The use of sound healing therapy is not just a new age phenomenon but extends back thousands of years into the ancient times where mystical instruments of all kinds were used to remedy illnesses and revive the spirit. From the Aboriginal use of the yidaki (or didgeridoo) to heal physical ailments, to the ancient oriental use of the gong for spiritual attunement, music therapy has been used in many cultures and traditions for thousands of years.