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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

19 June - Blogs I'm Following II

SILVER SPRING, MD - MAY 10:  The U.S. Food and...SILVER SPRING, MD - MAY 10: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Antiviral Drugs Advisory Committee holds a meeting to vote on whether Gilead Sciences' Truvada should be approved as a preventative treatment for people who are at high risk of contracting HIV through sexual intercourse May 10, 2012 in Silver Spring, Maryland. Already approved to treat people infected with HIV, Truvada would be a milestone in the worldwide AIDS epidemic by offering a tablet capable of preventing infection in high-risk individuals. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
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Drug science retrospective

2009-10-30 · Government drug adviser David Nutt sacked. Professor David Nutt asked to resign ... Controversies in science · Science policy; UK news. More news

Not a single Democrat voted in favor of ending FDA raids on raw milk farmers

There is not a single Democrat who believes that an Amish farmer has the right to milk a cow and sell that milk to their neighbor without being threatened by the government.

Another way to kill US farmers: Seize their bank accounts on phony charges

Monsanto’s Food and Drug Administration can’t close down small dairies and private food clubs fast enough, bursting on the scene with guns drawn as if the criminalized right to contract for natural foods we’ve consumed for millennia deserves SWAT attention.
Now, Obama has the Dept. of Justice going after small farmers under the post-911 “Bank Secrecy Act” which makes it a crime to deposit less than $10,000 when you earned more than that.
Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, and other criminal banksters are still in operation, despite committing millions of acts of fraud during mortgage reassignations. But the DOJ prioritizes squashing family farmers since it’s easier to pick the low-hanging fruit than do battle with well-financed criminals who’ve illegally seized the homes of millions of US citizens.
Former Maryland assistant U.S. attorney Steven Levin told the paper, “The emphasis is on basically seizing money, whether it is legally or illegally earned. It can lead to financial ruin for business owners, and there’s a potential for abuse here by the government.”
Ya think?

Woman Sues City of Tulsa For Cutting Down Her Edible Garden

Obama Leaves Monsanto in Charge of Ending Hunger in Africa

Ronnie Cummins, Director of the Organic Consumers Association, issued the following statement in response to the news:
“Study after study has shown that organic, agro-ecological farming practices on small diverse farms can boost yields in Africa and the developing world from 100-1000% over the yields of chemical-intensive or genetically engineered mono-crop farms. To help the world’s two billion small farmers and rural villagers survive and prosper we need to help them gain access, not to genetically engineered seeds and expensive chemical inputs; but rather access to land, water, and the tools and techniques of traditional, sustainable farming: non-patented open-pollinated seeds, crop rotation, natural compost production, beneficial insects, and access to local markets. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) reduce crop yields, and increase pesticide use, even according to USDA statistics.

 Microwave Mind Control Symptoms & Published Evidence 

 canadian minister of defence UFO

Mass Hysteria Confirmed in New York School

NC school strip searches 10-year-old over $20 he didn’t steal

Food for Mars: A Daunting Challenge

51 Fantastic Uses for Baking Soda

 Old Food Freedom site still has RSS

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