EVERYTHING IS RIGGED: Medicine, science, elections, the media, money, education, search engines, social media… you are living in a fabricated fairy tale – NaturalNews.com

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EVERYTHING IS RIGGED.

Every institution in America is sold out, corrupted and politically rigged to favor Big Government and Big Business. “America is a lost country,” explains Paul Craig Roberts. “The total corruption of every public and the private institution is complete. Nothing remains but tyranny. And lies. Endless lies.”

CNN, Reuters and the Associated Press are all now shameless promoters of every big lie across every sector of society, from vaccines and GMOs to elections and politics. The federal government itself is incapable of doing anything other than lying, and it has totally corrupted the entire realm of science by pulling the strings of funding via the National Institutes of Health and the NSF.

The FDA is entirely corrupt, as is the USDA. Both function now as little more than marketing propaganda pushers for Big Pharma and Big Biotech. Similarly, Google, Facebook and Twitter are all rigged, too, censoring the voices they don’t want anyone to hear while highlighting the establishment lies they wish to promote.

Read More: www.naturalnews.com/054857_rigged_elections_fake_media_fairy_tales.html

How Congress Can Restore Local and Parental Control Over Education

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In preparing to shut down the federal government in November 1995, before President Clinton’s veto of the second continuing resolution to keep federal agencies operating, the Clinton Administration made the customary distinction between “essential” employees, who would remain on the job, and “non-essential” employees, who would be furloughed. For the U.S. Department of Education, the Clinton Administration determined that 4,394 of the department’s 4,937 employees — or 89 percent — were “non-essential” and would be furloughed for the duration of the budget impasse.1

Unwittingly, the Clinton Administration confirmed what Congress should recognize: America does not need a federal Department of Education. Congress should take the opportunity afforded by the budget process to return to states, local governments, and parents the authority and responsibility for education.

Read More: www.heritage.org/education/report/how-congress-can-restore-local-and-parental-control-over-education