Category: Editorial

American Politics Go Deeper Than Politics

By Paul Von Ward * A large majority of citizens think elections in the United States do not affect change in Washington’s policies. They believe government decisions mostly benefit the wealthy who rig the system for themselves. So, why do so many uninformed voters support policy-empty slogans? Could it be more of an emotional exercise […]


Documentary Reveals the Hazards of Toxic Mold and Mold-Related Illness

By Dr. Mercola “Probably every doctor in the United States is treating mold illness — they just don’t realize it.” Mold illness may be the most prominent health problem physicians are missing today — a “hidden” pandemic that’s sweeping the nation. Millions are suffering from mysterious illnesses for which they’ve received essentially no help from […]


Wayne Dyer Obituary

Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D., was an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of self-development and spiritual growth. Over the span of his four-decade career, he wrote 42 books, 21 of which became New York Times bestsellers, and this wide readership earned him the affectionate nickname of “the father of motivation” among his fans. […]


Beyond One Space-time Continuum: Logic and Imagination

by Jon Rappoport Logic applies to the physical universe. It applies to statements made about that universe. It applies to factual language. Many wonderful things can be done with logic. Don’t leave home without it. Don’t analyze information without it. Don’t endure an education without it. But art and imagination are of another universe(s). They […]


Awakening from the Sleep of Modernity

By Glenn Aparicio Parry, PhD As modern humans, we are increasingly absorbed in thought—rational thought—and caught be-tween two worlds: the outer and the inner. And, increasingly, the noise in our head is being shaped and mediated by our own technology, such that our human experience is becoming more and more detached and self-referential. Many of […]