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Professor James TracyMany of us have earned of James Tracy, Ph.D. from his diligent and courageous inquiries into Sandy Hook, posted on, beginning with his article on the unusual behavior of Dr. Wayne Carver (Connecticut's chief medical examiner) at his December 2014 press conference. The article went viral and Tracy has since collected thousands of followers.  The blog has covered many subjects and now features contributors besides Tracy himself; it also draws a remarkable number of deeply intelligent comments which refer visitors to valuable links with yet more information ... this is how the rabbit hole works!

However, this thoroughly genteel and professional academic recently received a notice of termination from the university at which he teaches (FAU in Boca Raton, Florida) -- for not filling out a certain set of forms on time.  This occurred right around Christmas, giving Tracy two weeks to respond. Let it be known that he is a terrific media-studies instructor with students who love his classes, yet the content of his personal blog has offended not only the powers-that-be at his university, but members of the Sandy Hook cast of characters. An Open Letter to the Sun Sentinel newspaper from the Pozners of Sandy Hook may have triggered FAU's interest in revoking Professor Tracy's tenure.

Tracy is now experiencing what appear to be secret retaliatory measures that suggest serious and deep interference in and with the methods by which we communicate.  See more here about this.

Read more here and here about how public opinion has been influenced in this matter.



Chipotle & GMOsAs of announcing itself GMO-free, Chipotle's suffered an embarrassing e.coli issue in April 2015, which Health Ranger Mike Adams suspects was staged by the biotech industry itself.  Read more here and listen to the 25-minute podcast -- very informative!  When you go against the grain, retaliation may be right around the corner.  Writes the Health Ranger, as Adams calls himself: "Chipotle's e.coli outbreaks are not random chance. They are the result of the biotech industry unleashing bioterrorism attacks against the only fast food company that has publicly denounced GMOs. How do we know? The CDC has already admitted that some of these e.coli outbreaks involve a "rare genetic strain" of e.coli not normally seen in foods." Adams theorizes that a Chipotle's restaurant could have been contaminated with lab-created e.coli, planted deliberately and easily.

UPDATE February 2016:  After a long and very thorough investigation of Chipotle's ingredients and supplier sources, the CDC has found NO INDICATION of the cause of contamination.  Health Ranger Mike Adams is more convinced than ever that e.coli was brought into Chipotle restaurants as a bioterror act.  Read article here.

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A toddler made the big time for her freakout at the notion that pop star Adam Levine got married.  While this may be amusing, the clip below from TheEllenShow, as the demigod himself is invited to meet his little super-fan, has some weird innuendos.  Notice the crooking finger on Adam and the idea itself of children marrying adults ... (have toddlers been aware of adult celebs all along, or did I miss something?)



So here's our hero Adam Levine, walking the streets with a prior flame, Victoria's Secret model Anne V ... We're looking at pajamas on him and men's underwear on her -- as outer-wear, yes! -- let's call it "underclads" (to name the trend)!  Tattoos highlighting male breasts, and what is in her pants, may we ask?  (If you never heard of Adam Levine, read more here.)


Adam Levine and Anne V



A pity that even the smartest and sharpest of young Americans are bamboozled by political correctness ... Watch them happily sign in support of repealing the First Amendment and express gratitude to the "petition guy" (Ami Horowitz) for doing what he's doing.