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Report Says 50% of People are Conspiracy Theorists: You’re Probably One of Them

Elizabeth Renter, Do you believe the government actively works to suppress alternative medicine? Do you think they already know cell phones cause cancer and are simply refusing to do anything about it? Do you use nutritional supplements? If you responded yes to any of these questions, you could be the type of person that a

Russian Lawmakers Want to Impose Criminal Penalties on those Conducting GMO Business

 In an act of lucidity and light that our own country should somewhat imitate, Russian lawmakers are considering equating GMO-related activities to a terrorist act or death threat, a criminal act that Russia says deserves the punishment which killers and creators of mass ecological and human genocide deserve. A Russian newspaper, Izvestia, writes that criminal liability will be

Vive La France: Country Bans Monsanto GMO Corn Before Sowing Season

You don’t have to remain in the stranglehold of EU trade rules when it comes to GMO if you have a political ministry, and activists strong enough to stand against GMO poison – and that’s just what France has done. Just recently, France’s agriculture ministry  – the equivalent of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) – banned the

Attorneys Conclude that Demanding GMO Labeling is NOT Unconstitutional

Christina Sarich,  The Vermont GMO labeling bill recently proposed, namely Vermont Bill H.112 (2013) already passed in the general assembly, but Big Ag and Biotech as well as the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA), a group of corrupt corporate interests in charge of making frankenfood, doesn’t want more states to pass labeling laws. In a memo

Was Edmund Burke The First Conservative ?

 British statesman, parliamentary orator and political thinker, played a prominent part in all major political issues for about 30 years after 1765, and remained an important figure in the history of political theory. Burke was Irish, born in Dublin in 1729. His father, a solicitor, was protestant, his mother Roman Catholic. He entered Trinity college,