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February 22, 2017


Richard James Rawlings with Gatewood Galbraith in Glasgow, Kentucky 2011 The U.S. Marijuana Party, did, on February 24, 2013, loose one of its first and most influential Presidents,  Second only to Loretta Nall, who preceded him as the first President of the USMJParty in 2002. Richard James Rawlings took the head of the table in […]

House passes medical cures bill

December 1, 2016


By Peter Sullivan – 11/30/16 06:40 PM EST The House on Wednesday passed a medical innovation bill aimed at curing diseases, with the measure securing bipartisan support after months of negotiations. The legislation, known as the 21st Century Cures Act, passed 392-26. It seeks to speed up the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of new […]

Kentucky cancer cases may be ‘cluster’, Researcher finds excessive rates in Jefferson County

October 30, 2015


Monday, September 8, 2003 The Associated Press LOUISVILLE – A University of Louisville researcher says he’s identified an excessive number of cases of lung cancer in western and southern Jefferson County. Looking at reported cases of cancer, ZIP code by ZIP code, epidemiologist and associate professor Timothy Aldrich attributed the large majority to tobacco smoke, […]

Threats to the Medical Pharmaceutical Regulatory Complex? Seven Doctors have Died under Suspicious Circumstances

July 26, 2015


By Prof. James F. Tracy Global Research, July 26, 2015 Over the past several weeks no less than seven established doctors have either been killed or died under unusual circumstances (e.g. here and here). What do these physicians have in common and what remedies are they researching or advocating? Do any of their proposed treatments […]