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Thursday, April 11, 2013(3 comments)
Oregon set to ban GM salmon and mandate GMO labeling
In Oregon a trio of legislative bills recently introduced would require that all genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) be properly labeled, as well as prohibit the import and sale of GM salmon, the first transgenic animal to ever be preliminarily approved by the FDA
Wednesday, April 3, 2013(4 comments)
National Internet Tax Mandate Is In Place To Cripple The Online Marketplace
The idea of a national internet tax mandate has been voted on in the United States Senate. Dubbed the "Marketplace Fairness Act," this piece of legislation, if implemented, would stifle entrepreneurs from the online marketplace, enrich large companies, and bloat state governments.
Monday, October 22, 2012(4 comments)
Six largest pesticide corporations funding effort to try to defeat GMO labeling Proposition 37
GMOs -- genetically modified organisms -- in general were not created by food or agriculture companies. They were created by Monsanto -- the same biotech and chemical company that brought us DDT, PCBs and Agent Orange. Monsanto also marketed aspartame and created bovine growth hormone (rBGH) to infect milking cows that put pus into commercial milk.
Sunday, July 15, 2012(1 comments)
"Monsanto Protection Act" to grant biotech industry total immunity over GM crops?
Monsanto, the most evil corporation in the world, has quietly attached riders to both the 2012 Farm Bill and the 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill that would essentially force the federal government to approve GMOs at the request of biotechnology companies, and prohibit all safety reviews of GMOs from having any real impact on the GMO approval process.
Monday, May 28, 2012 Five things you can do to guard against Alzheimers
A study led by Dr. Patricia Boyle of Rush University Center in Chicago has concluded that people with greater life purpose maintained cognitive ability better than those who weren't leading a purposeful life.
Thursday, April 19, 2012(1 comments)
Four dollars for a gallon of water? The dream of Monsanto and other corporations wanting to privatize water
$4 for a gallon of water could someday became a reality, that is if oil tycoons like T. Boone Pickens and water bottling companies have their way. Privatization of water in which companies control the public's water sources and free water is a thing of the past appears to be what Pickens and corporations such as Monsanto, Royal Dutch Shell, and Nestle are banking on to increase their vast fortunes.
Thursday, February 9, 2012(12 comments)
Congress OKs 30,000 flying drones spying on Americans across U.S. cities
President Obama is expected to sign into law a bill that will make it much easier for the government to put scores of unmanned spy drones into American skies. The legislation authorizes the Federal Aviation Administration to develop regulations for the testing and licensing of commercial drones by 2015. If the law takes full effect, it is believed as many as 30,000 drones could be hovering over the U.S. by 2020.
Monday, January 30, 2012(5 comments)
ACTA is worse than SOPA, here's what you need to know
After the motion picture industry, its subsidiaries and all "interested parties" have spent nearly $150 million lobbying for some sort of Internet-centric "anti-piracy" bill, you should have known the powers that be would return. And they have. Only this time they are pushing something far more onerous: ACTA, or the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
Sunday, January 15, 2012 Bed, Bath & Beyond pulls radioactive tissue holders off shelves
Because of its radioactive properties, cobalt-60 does not belong in any consumer products in the first place, and customers must always perform due diligence in determining the contents of products before they purchase them. And regardless of whether or not the experts are willing to admit it, any exposure to ionizing radiation is a health hazard and should be avoided at all costs.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 Rick Perry -- Big Pharma president?
We cannot allow this man to become president by any means. Speak up now, or expect to soon be surrendering more health freedoms to a medical system that is owned and controlled by Big Pharma, all under the dictatorship of this deceptive tyrant of a man.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011(3 comments)
The secret history of Monsanto, Agent Orange and the mutilation of innocent Vietnamese
If Monsanto and Dow Chemicals knew exactly how dangerous their product was, then it would have been their responsibility to inform the government of the long-term and catastrophic effects of mass dissemination. If they did not know these basic facts about the dangers of their own product, then it is a case of rampant negligence.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011(1 comments)
FDA sends US marshals to seize elderberry juice concentrate, deems it 'unapproved drug'
This tactic has become all too common in recent years. A company receives a warning letter from the FDA, makes the appropriate changes, never hears anything further from the FDA, and out of nowhere gets raided. Such actions on behalf of the FDA are ultimately unwarranted and illegal, and the offended parties have every right to sue the agency for damages.
Monday, May 23, 2011 Coming to Indiana: Random House-to-House Searches by Police With No Warrants, No Cause
In the wake of the recent ruling by the Indiana Supreme Court in the case of Barnes V. STATE of INDIANA, Newton County, Ind., Sheriff Don Hartman Sr. allegedly told a reporter in a phone interview that he believes the ruling gives officers the right to conduct random house-to-house searches, even without any probable cause or a warrant.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011(1 comments)
FDA approved Big Pharma drugs without effectiveness data
Comparative effectiveness information on drugs is especially important when doctors are making decisions about whether to prescribe a med, and to whom, soon after a drug is approved. That's because when Big Pharma medications first hit the market, physicians are relying on what drug companies and the FDA tell them about a medication.