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Mindy Allan

Digital Journalist based in Denver, CO, United States, United States. Joined on Apr 18, 2012

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Op-Ed: Why are drug companies halting deliveries of cancer drugs?

Big Pharma firms Merck & Biotest have ceased deliveries of a cancer drug to Greek hospitals because of unpaid bills since June 2012.

Op-Ed: Canada & Europe ban Novartis flu vaccines

Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland are joined by Canada in temporary ban. The pharmaceutical giant Novartis has repeatedly stated that flu vaccines are allegedly "safe." It appears there are some countries who aren't convinced.

Op-Ed: LAPD brutalize nurse - her crime? Talking on a cellphone

Two Los Angeles Police Department officers are under investigation stemming from use of brutal force on registered nurse Michelle Jordan, 34, caught on a surveillance camera at a fast food restaurant. Jordan was pulled over for talking on her cell-phone.

Op-Ed: Rappers expose the dark side of Hollywood

Independent rappers are exposing the threats of government, secret societies, and the hidden dark side of the music industry. The fame and fortune has for many come with a price that others refuse to pay.

Op-Ed: US Attorney in fraud case against Romney threatens more action

The Republican National Convention continues to heat up, as U.S. Attorney Richard Gilbert accuses Mitt Romney of criminal acts that have allowed him to obtain his position by fraudulent means.

Op-Ed: Offshore tax havens for wealthy, income tax for the rest?

Average citizens of the United States have been dutifully paying their taxes, while wealthier Americans, have followed the lead of multinational mega-corporations, seeking tax havens to shelter their profits.

Op-Ed: Ron Paul rally for unity & freedom sells out in Tampa

Once again the people of the United States are clearly making a statement for their choice of the next President of the United States. The "Ron Paul Rally" Aug. 26, 2012, preceding the Republican National Convention is - SOLD OUT!

Op-Ed: Nurse, who treated victims in James Holmes shooting, drowns

Jenny Gallagher 46, a nurse who worked at the University of Colorado Hospital and who treated several of the shooting victims from the Colorado massacre, has died in a mysterious drowning at Lake Okoboji in Dickinson County, Iowa.

Op-Ed: Why Ron Paul supporters in Poland protested Romney's visit

Ron Paul supporters in Poland protested Mitt Romney's visit at the end of July 2012 with a Ron Paul for president banner - while many more intelligent people around the world can see the blatant, propaganda most American's remain clueless.

Op-Ed: Documentary claims to expose U.S. government cover-up of UFOs

Dr. Steven Greer and filmmaker Arm Kaleka are taking a bold step to expose the alleged U.S. Government cover-up of UFOs & evidence of contact with aliens. The documentary "Sirius" uncovers lies by the U.S. government to hide contacts with aliens.

Op-Ed: World Bankers laughing as they pay fines & continue crimes

What do you know about the bank where you keep your money? Do you have a safety deposit box? Are the contents really safe?

Op-Ed: Is the water your drinking & bathing in safe?

Fracking is high-volume hydraulic fracturing to access deep shale formations. It requires millions of gallons of fresh water and the use of undisclosed chemicals, then it is pumped back into the water table resulting in undrinkable water & unusable land.

Op-Ed: Smartest 3-year-old in U.S. from Texas accepted to Mensa

Three-year-old Christopher Salvaggio is one of a few toddlers that has been accepted into the Mensa program. There are more than 30 children under the age of 10 that are part of the Mensa Society.

Op-Ed: 17 Year old raped to death in adult prison

Each week "Just Detention International" (JDI) receives about 30 letters from inmates who say they've been sexually assaulted in prisons across the country. More than a quarter of those letters come from one state: Texas.

Op-Ed: Sneak preview of the 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

The 2012 Olympic Games start July 27 and end on August 12, 2012 in London. Athletes from 204 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) are expected to participate, as details on the Opening Ceremony have been released.

Op-Ed: UN master plan for clueless Canadian and U.S. Citizens

The United Nations master plan is underway to rezone, take property, and freedoms of almost every man, woman, and child on planet earth.

Op-Ed: Colorado shooting gets major media attention, not Syria's deaths

The Colorado massacre that killed 11 and injured more than 60 people was world news, but the news from Syria of the 49 children massacred didn't have the same impact since it wasn't reported in the media as a daily event. Why?

Op-Ed: George Orwell's predictions for 2012

George Orwell was a journalist, political author and novelist who wrote Animal Farm in 1945 and Nineteen Eighty-Four in 1949. These were two of his most notable novels.

Op-Ed: Was mind control involved in the Colorado batman massacre?

Alleged Colorado theater shooter James Holmes makes his first court appearance, seeming to be dazed and in a zombie-like state. Was Mr. Holmes the victim of mind control?

Op-Ed: Kids starve in Yemen; U.S. sends $112 million in weapons to help

United Nations and other aid organizations are appealing for help to feed the millions of people in Yemen who are starving.
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