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Baby formula is loaded with GMOs – Avoid these brands

Natural News – by Jonathan Benson  A petition is circulating to persuade three of the top infant formula brands in the U.S. — Abbott Laboratories (Similac), Mead Johnson Nutrition (Enfamil) and Nestle (Gerber Good Start) — to stop using genetically modified (GM) ingredients in their baby products. Each of these powdered formulas is loaded with […] Read More →

Here Are the 34 States Who Are Calling for a “Convention of the States” to Stop Obama

 Article V of the U.S. Constitution states that Congress shall call a Convention of the States in order to propose amendments to the Constitution if two-thirds of the state legislatures request one. The 34th state required, Michigan, submitted its petition earlier this year, but significant questions remain about the validity of all 34 requests currently at […] Read More →

Activists Enraged After Target Dares to Use White Model in ‘Annie’ Dress Ads

Petitioner doubles down despite company debunking racist accusations. Radical leftist racial hysteria has reached new heights.  Yesterday, an enraged Internet activist launched a Change.org petition calling out retailer Target for daring to use a white child to model their clothing line associated with the 2014 adaptation of the film Annie, whose lead character is now […] Read More →

Grassroots conservatives opposed to internet regulation won FCC comment period by landslide

 Washington, D.C.—The Sunlight Foundation is confirming in a new report that American Commitment, a national advocacy organization, won the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) second comment period with its “Do Not Regulate the Internet” campaign.  American Commitment delivered 808,363 citizen comments opposing any regulation of the Internet to the FCC before the end of its official comment period in September. “We’re pleased that […] Read More →

Houston’s Mayor: Endangering Civil Rights

Ken Blackwell,   Tavis Smiley raised a lot of eyebrows this weekend when he spoke on ABC-TV’s “This Week” news show, hosted by George Stephanopoulos. Smiley pointed to double-digit unemployment in the Black community under President Obama and said: “If you’re Black or Brown, other than saving the Democrats’ hide, what inspires you to go out […] Read More →

Will the FCC try to tackle ‘Redskins’?

George Will,  Wretched excess by government can be beneficial if it startles people into wholesome disgust and deepened distrust and it prompts judicial rebukes that enlarge freedom. So let’s hope the Federal Communications Commission embraces the formal petition inciting it to deny licenses to broadcasters who use the word “Redskins” when reporting on the Washington Redskins. Using […] Read More →

College students claim they were threatened after handing out Constitutions

 Four Southern Oregon University students claim university officials threatened to call the police and take disciplinary action against them last week after they passed out free copies of the U.S. Constitution and asked other students to sign a petition to end limitations on areas where students can demonstrate. The demonstrators, who are affiliated with Students […] Read More →

Pastors to Mayor: Don’t Mess with Texas Pulpits

Todd Starnes,  Christians across the nation are mobilizing to defend a group of Houston pastors who were ordered by the city to turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity issues or Houston mayor. Their message is simple – Don’t Mess with Texas Preachers. Dave Welch, the executive director of the Texas Pastor Council, […] Read More →

California Gun Owners And Liberty Lovers Won’t Like This Edict

Doug Giles,  Ah, California. The land of beautiful mountains, amazing desserts, awesome surfing, the Motion Picture Industry, fake boobs and the first ever gun law that allows courts to seize your weapons if a close relative thinks you’re cracked. Yep, as of last Tuesday, your moody, manic, anti-Second Amendment, Castro-loving, eco-terrorist, tree-humping, Prius-driving twisted sister […] Read More →