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A Curious Notion: An Avoidable Disservice

An essay By M.M.Carswell   It is both difficult and disheartening to hear of the troubles afflicting African American pundit’s tax problems on MSNBC. This is magnified in these troubling times we are in here in America 2015, a time of widespread racial ambiguity and unrest. On the one hand I want to applaud the network … Continue reading

A Canadian’s View On Our Disrespect Of President Obama’s Presidency

Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
EgbertoWillies.com America – He’s Your President for Goodness Sake! By William Thomas There was a time not so long ago when Americans, regardless of their political stripes, rallied round their president. Once elected, the man who won the White House was no longer viewed as a republican or democrat,…

Another Reason to Eat Organic – It is Essential for Managing Climate Change

Written by Max Goldberg on March 1, 2014. Follow Max on Twitter Ever since I started eating organic food in 2001, people have asked me – why do you eat organic? The most common answer that I give is that I don’t want to consume toxic pesticides or GMOs. That seems to resonate with people and they can … Continue reading

New Government Study Reveals No Advantage To GMO Crops

Written by: Tara Dodrill Off-Grid Foods March 1, 2014 0   Genetically modified crops do not provide a higher yield than conventionally grown seeds and actually lead to an increase inherbicide use, according to a groundbreaking new federal report that refutes conventional wisdom. The USDA’s report does weigh in on the argument about whether genetically modified crops are … Continue reading

Gardening: Hydroponics Gardening Made Easy Part 1

by paul beaudette      This article will provide the reader information to experience the ease and success of growing hydroponics vegetables indoors as well as outdoors. You will learn how to start your plants, care for them, and choose which  system and method is most suitable for your needs. What you will learn will be … Continue reading

Spotlight: Do Your Part to Save Sumatran Tigers

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser Friend- An area or rainforest larger than Texas has been destroyed over the last 50 years in Indonesia. Sumatran tiger habitat is disappearing fast. Please make a gift today and help us hit our goal of $25,000 to save the last 400 remaining Sumatran tigers. An area of Indonesian rainforest … Continue reading

Living Green: The Greenest Politicians in Congress

Dear Friends, The Daily Beast has come up with a list of the greenest politicians in Congress – and the ungreenest. Among the data they used are scores from the League of Conservation Voters – which I look at to understand votiing records. The Sierra Club is another good source of information – you can drill down … Continue reading

Spotlight: Mitt Romney Encouraged Business Owners To Advise Employees How To Vote

I usually stay away from politics, but this article really concerns me.  Is this what politics has really come to?  Please read this article.  It says a lot about winning by any means necessary. I encourage everyone to vote, but please vote your conscience.  Don’t vote because your job told you who to vote for.  Vote … Continue reading

Healthy Living: Buy These Certified USDA Organic Brands

BUY THESE CERTIFIED USDA ORGANIC BRANDS: Alteya Organics Baby Bear Shop Badger Brittanie’s Thyme Bubble and Bee Organic Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Earth Mama Angel Baby Golgi Indian Meadow Herbals Intelligent Nutrients Kimberly Parry Organics Little Angel Mercola Miessence Certified Organics Nature’s Paradise Niko Cosmetics OGmama and OGbaby Organicare Organic Essence Origins Organics Purely Shea Rose Tattoo … Continue reading

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