Don’t Drink the Water

>> Friday, April 16, 2010

April 16, 2010 - 6:00 AM | by: Douglas Kennedy

“Don’t drink the water,” that’s what Oliver Outerbridge is telling his neighbors.

It’s ironic because Outerbridge is a restaurant owner in Portland, Maine-a state which has some of the best tasting drinking water in the country.

“We are literally consuming a toxic substance,” Outbridge said, “we are medicating everyone.”

His issue is obviously not the taste, but what Portland adds to its municipal water - fluoride.

“[Fluoride] causes multiple diseases,” he said. “It's been shown study after study to cause cancer as well as many other debilitating diseases.”

Outerbridge’s claims are echoed by anti-fluoride activists across the country, but are vehemently denied by most dentists and government scientists.

“There is absolutely no science to this,” said Edmond Hewlett, a spokesperson for the American Dental Association. “There is a preponderance of evidence on this,” Hewlett added. “Not only is [fluoride] safe, but it’s extremely effective in preventing tooth decay.”

What Hewlett can’t explain is why the anti-fluoride movement has recently gained such traction. In the last two years, dozens of communities in 10 states (Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Kansas, Vermont, Washington, Maine, New York, Massachusetts, and California,) have rejected water-fluoridation.

Outerbridge points to the warning on the back of any fluoridated tooth-paste. “It says right there if you swallow more than a pee-size, contact poison control. This stuff is poison.”

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Fluoride Warning For Infants - MSM Admits It's A Toxic Poison

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Republican state Rep. Joey Hensley wants water districts to stop adding fluoride to drinking water because of possible damage to infants' teeth.

Hensley, a Hohenwald physician, said he has mailed about 250 letters last week after hearing that too much fluoride can cause fluorosis, a staining of the teeth.

"I'm just trying to bring it more to the front, because more and more people are concerned about it," Hensley said. "They don't have a choice now."

The American Dental Association recommends infant powder formula or liquid concentrate be mixed with fluoride-free water to reduce the risk of fluorosis. Hensley said he worries that low-income mothers may not be able to afford bottled water.

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Ron Paul at 2010 Southern Republican Leadership Conference 4/10/10

>> Sunday, April 11, 2010

Congressman Ron Paul addresses the crowd at the South Republican Leadership Conference, April 10, 2010. Dr. Paul lost the straw poll to Mitt Romney by a single vote.


Ron Paul on Larry King Live (Hosted by Jesse Ventura)

Ron Paul appeared on Larry King Live last night along with former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, talk show host Stephanie Miller and Republican strategist Andrea Tantaros.

The show was hosted by Jesse Ventura and topics of discussion included the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Stevens, Sarah Palins future in the Republican party (with Ron Paul commenting on the possibility of a Paul/Palin ticket in 2012), the potential for an anti-war coalition of principled progressives, libertarians and constitutionalist conservatives, the degree of Barack Obamas radicalism, Tiger Woods, and why the mainstream media didnt review Jesse Venturas latest book American Conspiracies.

Ron Paul is America's leading voice for limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies.

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Freedom Watch - Gerald Celente - Rise of a Third Party

>> Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Trend Analyst Gerald Celente makes 2012 election prediction


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