Robert Carton, a Sr. EPA Scientist, Summarized His Conclusions on Fluoridation to the Drinking Water Subcommittee that Involved Fraud & Political Interference

In November of 1991, Dr. Bob Carton, Vice-President of the union representing all 1200 scientists, engineers, and lawyers at EPA headquarters, presented the Drinking Water Subcommittee of the Science Advisory Board of EPA with evidence of scientific fraud in the preparation of EPA’s fluoride in drinking water standard. (reference) No follow up to verify these […]

David Funderburk: “George Bush has been surrounding himself with people who believe in one-world government.”

David Funderburk, former U.S. Ambassador to Romania, tells a North Carolina audience: “George Bush has been surrounding himself with people who believe in one-world government. They believe that the Soviet system and the American system are converging.” When Bush was elected, the CFR member became the first President to publicly mention the “New World Order” […]

Supreme Court Nominee Clarence Thomas and Sexual Harassment Accuser Anita Hill Begin Testimony Before the Senate Judiciary Committee

After Justice William Brennan stepped down from the Supreme Court in July 1990, Thomas was one of five candidates on President Bush’s shortlist for the position and Bush’s favorite of the five. Ultimately, after consulting with his advisors, Bush decided to hold off on nominating Thomas, and nominated Judge David Souter of the First Circuit […]

Col. Bo Gritz Publishes ‘Called to Serve’ after Discovering Massive Heroin Production Involving the CIA and Military in Southeast Asia

In his book, Called to Serve, former U.S. Army Colonel James “Bo” Gritz described his several meetings in May 1987 with Khun Sa, the head of the largest heroin-producing region in Southeast Asia. Gritz had been on a team mission called LAZARUS trying to locate missing prisoners of war when he found evidence of massive […]

The Tailhook Scandal: Navy and Marine Aviators Gone Wild!

What Really Happened at Tailhook Convention? Scandal: The Pentagon report graphically describes how fraternity-style hi-jinks turned into hall of horrors. April 24, 1993 | NORMAN KEMPSTER | TIMES STAFF WRITER It started about 9 p.m. when 200 or so Navy and Marine aviators began to mill about a third-floor corridor of the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel waiting […]