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Tara Dodrill is a political, environmental and self-reliance writer and social media consultant. Dodrill's credits include USA Today, Yahoo News and Gadling. Dodrill is also the author of 'Power Grid Down: How To Prepare, Survive & Thrive After The Lights Go Out. Email: Tara@Inquisitr.com


Anglo-Saxon Remedy Cures MRSA Superbug

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An Anglo-Saxon remedy consisting primarily of cow bile can reportedly cure the MRSA superbug. The 1,000-year-old mixture, which was used during the medieval era to cure eye infections, was discovered in an old manuscript in a British library. MRSA is typically resistant to many antibiotics and can often result in death. Doctor Christina Lee of… Read more »

Mike Pence Defends Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law, Says Its Not ‘Anti-Gay’

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Mike Pence is doubling- down in support of Indiana’s Religious freedom law and said the controversial legislation some deem as “anti-gay” in not going away any time soon. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act reportedly mirrors federal legislation signed into law by President Bill Clinton and was passed unanimously in Illinois when President Barack Obama was… Read more »

Willie Nelson Marijuana Brand, Willie’s Reserve, Launching In 2016

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Willie Nelson is launching his own brand of marijuana. The 81-year-old country music star will name his signature pot line Willie’s Reserve. Pot-friendly states, such as Colorado, Alaska, and Washington, are expected to have nearly immediate access to the Willie Nelson marijuana brand. The Willie Nelson marijuana is slated to become available for purchase in… Read more »

Operation Jade Helm: Special Forces ‘Realistic Military Training’ In Seven Southwestern States Prompts Martial Law Fears

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Operation Jade Helm involves 1,2000 special forces team members being dropped into seven southwestern states as a part of realistic military training exercises. The domestic special ops training has become highly controversial. The special ops soldiers, some of the most elite fighting men in the world, will be ordered to “operate undetected” among the American… Read more »

Missouri Teacher Had Sex With Student On School Bus, Police Claim

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Missouri teacher Megan Blair Baker has been accused of having sex with a student on a school bus. The teen boy allegedly braggd about the encounters to his pals on the wrestling team. Baker, 25, is a teacher at Sherwood Cass High School in Urich, Missouri. Megan Baker was believed to be married when she… Read more »

Ponies Chase Away Wild Boar To Save Couple, Video Goes Viral

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Ponies chased away a wild boar and saved a couple walking on a rural Belgium road from likely harm. The viral video of the ponies chasing a wild boar shows a fairly tranquil countryside scene until the black wild board comes rampaging into view. The three small ponies in the viral video are now being… Read more »

Bowe Bergdahl Speaks For First Time Since Being Labeled A Deserter

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Bowe Bergdahl is speaking out for the first time since being deemed a deserter by the United States government. The man who allegedly walked away from his post in search of the Taliban is claiming that he was threatened with execution, kept chained inside a cage, and blindfolded during his five years in captivity. Some… Read more »

Indiana HIV Outbreak: Governor Mike Pence Declares State Of Emergency

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Indiana Governor Mike Pence declared a state of emergency due to an HIV outbreak in the state. Governor Pence said a public health emergency is warranted because the Indiana HIV outbreak is spreading rapidly. The southern part of the state has reportedly been hit particularly hard by the deadly infection in recent months. The Scott… Read more »

Operation Choke Point Could Be Ending, Second Amendment Activists Rejoice

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Operation Choke Point is causing a partisan split in Congress and raising bottom line concerns for a plethora of small businesses across the country. Republican Idaho Senator Mike Crapo has proposed a budget amendment aimed at cutting off funding for the controversial program. The Senate Budge Committee adopted Crapo’s proposal late last week. Operation Choke… Read more »

Missing Alaska Family: Remains Found Two Miles From Their Kenai Home

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The remains of a missing Alaska family have been found on a remote trail not far from their home in Kenai. The family of four disappeared suddenly last May. Rebecca Adams, 23, along with her two daughters, Michelle 6, Jarraca, 3, and her boyfriend Brandon Jividen, 38, and the family dog, Sparks, went missing without… Read more »

LEGO Boycott Threatened Over ‘Sexist’ LEGO Friends Advice Column

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LEGO boycott threats abound online after angst over the March/April LEGO Club Magazine went viral online. A group of parents are outraged about an article in the Emma’s Beauty Tips which they feel offered “insulting” beauty tips to little girls. The LEGO magazine story, titled, “Emma’s Beauty Tips” said that the reader (a young girl)… Read more »

Carolina Butcher: Massive Crocodile Ancestor Discovered In North Carolina

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The Carolina Butcher is a long-lost and massive relative of the crocodile. The new species of reptile found in North Carolina is believed to predate dinosaurs. The Carnufex carolinensis, or the Carolina Butcher, walked on its hind legs and was nine feet long. The crocodile ancestor’s bones were recently unearthed in an old quarry. The… Read more »

Cow Gives Birth To Four Calves In Texas

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A Texas cow gave birth to four calves, a very rare occurrence in the bovine world. Dora Rumsey-Barling and her husband, Jimmy Barling, said the four black calves, a heifer and three bulls, are all doing well, as is their proud milk cow momma. Dora Rumsey-Barling said the cow that gave birth to four calves… Read more »

Solar Flares: Tuesday Solar Storm Highlights Power Grid Vulnerabilities

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Solar flares hit Earth on Tuesday, but few noticed. The solar storm or sunspot activity have made the Northern Lights effect possible, as previously noted by the Inquisitr. While many around the nation are debating the Blood Moon prophecy and the best vantage points to watch the expected eclipse on Friday, others are more keenly… Read more »

Three Young Brothers Stabbed To Death In New Bern, North Carolina

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Three young brothers were stabbed to death in New Bern, North Carolina. Two other members of the same family were injured in the grizzly attack. The boys, aged 1, 5, and 12, were reportedly killed with a “machete-like” knife during the late evening hours on Tuesday. New Bern, North Carolina police found the dead bodies… Read more »

Monarch Butterflies Being Considered For Endangered Species List Inclusion

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Monarch butterflies could soon be included on the Endangered Species List. A total of 52 members of Congress have signed onto a petition urging President Barack Obama to support such an inclusion. The Monarch Butterfly population has reportedly decreased by 90 percent during the past two decades. The lawmakers want the butterfly species to be… Read more »