What Women Must Know – Thermography and Healthy Breast Health Solutions with Dr. Hillary Smith – 10.13.16

Dr. Hillary Smith earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1984. She has maintained a continuous practice in the Los Angeles area since that time. In addition, she has a Doctorate in Homeopathic Medicine, is a functional medicine practitioner and certified health coach. Dr. Smith also incorporated bioenergetic medicine and healing practices in her treatments. In 2006 she became interested in breast thermography. She received training as a Certified Clinical Thermographer through the American Council of Clinical Thermology and began to offer the screening in her office. Through that experience, she found her passion for empowering women with health information and pro active safe screenings. For the last three years she has dedicated her practice to Thermography and health education.


Stephen Fox – In the California Primary, More Ballots Remain Uncounted than the Total Number of votes for Hillary Clinton!

I warned Californians that they would see their primary become as egregious as New York’s Primary! California’s Uncounted Ballots, from several different sages, pundits, pollworkers, and commenters in California compiled from extensive article by Michael Hertz in Los Angeles Progressive First this: from Larry Wines   Brace yourself. The actual numbers are shocking. More ballots remain uncounted than the total number of …


CATHY BUSSEWITZ – Hawaii Governor Declares Homelessness ‘State Of Emergency’

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii Gov. David Ige has declared a state of emergency to deal with the state’s homelessness crisis just days after city and state officials cleared one of the nation’s largest homeless encampments. The move will help the state speed up the process of building a homeless shelter for families, and the state is considering four possible sites, …

Dry California

California Isn’t the Only State with Water Woes – Elaine Povich

With all the attention focused on California’s water woes, an observer might conclude that the Golden State’s drought is the exception. It isn’t. Forty states expect to see water shortages in at least some areas in the next decade, according to a government watchdog agency. In a 2013 survey by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), state water managers from around the country …


Californians Point to Big-Ag, Unrestrained Development as Drought Culprits

As residents adapt to recently imposed water restrictions and California’s historic drought continues, experts are closely examining the dry spell’s exacerbating factors—from thirsty agribusiness operations to unrestrained development—and saying a fundamental shift is in store for the Golden State. In an analysis published Sunday, the New York Times suggests that the drought will “force a change in the way the state does business.” …