Third Confederate memorial comes down in New Orleans

Early Wednesday, just hours after Louisiana’s Republican-dominated House advanced a bill prohibiting the removal of virtually any plaque, monument, memorial or statue connected to a war or military service before a referendum, work crews in New Orleans peeled a 102-year-old mounted statue of Confederate Gen. P.T.G. Beauregard from his stone pedestal at the entrance to New Orleans City Park.

Trump to unveil plans for an ‘Arab NATO’ in Saudi Arabia

Behind the scenes, the Trump administration and Saudi Arabia have been conducting extensive negotiations, led by White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The discussions began shortly after the presidential election, when Mohammed, known in Washington as “MBS,” sent a delegation to meet with Kushner and other Trump officials at Trump Tower.

Sugary drink producers drop prices around the world to keep people addicted to their deadly drinks

“Overall in the countries we studied, a person in 2016 could buy 71 percent more sugar-sweetened beverages with the same share of their income than they could in 1990,” study co-author Jeffrey Drope of the American Cancer Society, noted in a press release. “Sugary drinks became even more affordable in developing countries, where 2016’s income could buy 89 percent more sugar-sweetened beverages than in 1990. That’s essentially half-price.”

More children harmed by VACCINES than from GUNSHOTS…

According to the National Database of Inpatient Stays for Children, there were more than 5,800 children under the age of 17 treated for firearm injuries in 2012. These cases are recognized and taken seriously for what they are, but these accidents pale in comparison to the number of vaccine injures that occur daily. Debilitating vaccine injuries are not taken seriously by the mainstream media, the courts, or the medical establishment, but they are inflicted on babies, children and adults at the average rate of 125 reports per day.