Apr 07 07:52

Alberta in Canada has Tried a Carbon Tax — It’s Been a Disaster

By Robert P. Murphy

The Fraser Institute in Canada recently released my study critiquing the province of Alberta’s approach to carbon pricing. My analysis for Fraser confirms what I’ve been arguing on the pages of IER for years: in the United States, conservatives and libertarians should run from any “carbon tax deal” that promises to shrink the size of government while battling climate change. No matter their promises, in practice government-imposed “carbon pricing” schemes never live up to the guidelines for “efficiency” laid down by their proponents. In this post I’ll illustrate myth vs. reality in the case of Alberta...

Apr 07 05:25

Candida Auris: The Incredibly Deadly Fungus KILLING People Across the Planet

A “mysterious and dangerous” fungal infection has emerged, and experts are warning that it is a serious global health threat.

Apr 06 12:04

Scott Adams: TDS, Chelsea Handler, New Trump 2020 Ad, AOC’s Accent, Immigration

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President Trump is a strong father figure
Supporters find him protective, comforting, caring
Haters FEAR the qualities of a strong father figure
Chelsea Handler takes some personal responsibility for her TDS
Tells Bill Maher she sought Psychiatric help for her TDS
Whiteboard: TDS Awareness Scale
Some things are ONLY a story because of partisan pundit framing
NOT a coincidence how various media frames things
Professional persuaders guide media framing of the news
Media framing becomes their target audiences opinion
You’ve likely been given your opinions by media you follow
2020…strong economy = reelection of sitting President, historically
Tucker asks the question…
How many is the right number of immigrants to allow in?
Immigration: What are you trying to accomplish?

Apr 06 07:50

NASA says cooperation with ISRO remains intact after slamming Mission Shakti

The cooperation of NASA with ISRO remains intact, chief of the US space agency James Bridenstine has said, days after he criticised India and termed its anti-satellite weapon test a "terrible thing" for creating about 400 pieces of orbital debris.
In a letter to ISRO Chairman K Sivan, NASA Administrator Bridenstine said "based on the guidance received from the White House", he looks forward continuing to work with ISRO on a host of issues including human space flights.

Apr 06 01:10

Hospital Viruses: Fake Cancerous Nodes in CT Scans, Created by Malware, Trick Radiologists

Researchers in Israel created malware to draw attention to serious security weaknesses in medical imaging equipment and networks.

Apr 05 11:38

Government committee declares HPV vaccines should never be given to teenage boys … Media pursues total BLACKOUT on the story

A finding by the U.K.’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), that it is not advisable to administer the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to boys, has been met with absolute outrage and a virtual media blackout. Medical professionals in that country have been so indoctrinated by pharmaceutical companies to believe that this vaccine is life-saving that, according to The Guardian, 94 percent of general practitioners and 97 percent of dentists believe that both boys and girls should receive the shot.

All British girls between the age of 12 and 13 have been offered the HPV vaccine as part of the National Health Service’s immunization program since 2008. The JCVI has been deliberating for three years about whether this program should also be extended to include boys.

Apr 05 11:37

Japan's Hayabusa2 Shoots Copper Bomb at Asteroid Ryugu to Create Artificial Crater

Update: JAXA officials announced this morning (April 5) that the impactor did indeed hit Ryugu. Mission team members are now working to confirm that a detectable crater was generated.

A Japanese spacecraft deployed a heavy, explosive-packed copper plate toward the asteroid Ryugu in an attempt to create an artificial crater last night (April 4), but it's still unclear how the dramatic operation went.

The Hayabusa2 spacecraft, which has been studying the 3,000-foot-wide (900 meters) Ryugu up close since last June, released a 4.4-lb. (2 kilograms) hunk of copper late last night, along with a camera known as DCAM3 to record this "Small Carry-on Impactor" (SCI) operation.

Apr 05 11:36


But as we well know, plastic is a double-edged sword, with massive amounts of plastic waste not only piling up in landfills, but floating in the most remote depths of our oceans and water supplies. And despite our knowledge of plastic’s harmful effects on the environment, we’ve become so reliant on plastic that there seems to be no end in sight. In fact, plastic production is growing on a yearly basis–and posing a potentially mortal threat to us all.

However, a newly-discovered type of mushroom could not only play a crucial role in slashing plastic pollution, but could have myriad other uses in addressing the environmental crises the planet faces.

Discovered in 2012 by Yale University students, Pestalotiopsis microspora is a rare species of mushroom from the Amazon rainforest that’s capable of subsisting on a diet of pure plastic, or more accurately, the main ingredient in plastic–polyurethane–before converting the human-made ingredient into purely organic matter.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

THIS is a great discovery, and kudos, Yale, for having put together the research team which found it!!

Apr 05 10:47

Scott Adams: 97% of Scientists Love Gen IV Nuclear, Theron, Mueller, Solar

President Trump’s retweet of meme mocking Joe Biden
Pete Buttigieg regrets saying “all lives matter”
Slaughter Meter’s current setting, and why
97% of climate scientists WANT Gen IV nuclear power development
Are solar alternatives viable, as scalable as Gen IV?
Charlize Theron on her dating availability…
“somebody just needs to grow a pair and step up”
Trey Gowdy says Mueller punted to Barr due to legal ambiguity
Old Nads and the Dingleberries continue attacks on POTUS
Now they’re seeking his tax returns
Might be legal, but nobody on either side thinks it legit

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Apr 05 08:03

Quack “skeptic” Stephen Barrett exposed as agent provocateur working to discredit natural medicine on Wikipedia

Over the past year, Richard Gale and his team of sleuths from the Progressive Radio Network (PRN) put many hours’ worth of legwork into digging up every detail they could find about Barrett and his fellow anti-truth cronies, as well as their ongoing collusion with Wikipedia. They then compiled what they uncovered into 24 separate investigative stories, unveiling a treasure trove of truth about Big Tech and Big Pharma’s relentless war against natural medicine.

In its piece on Barrett and Wikipedia specifically, PRN revealed that the “skeptics” have basically hijacked editorial control over all of the Wikipedia entries associated with things like chiropractic, acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), homeopathy, naturopathy, and many other forms of natural medicine, and altered them with descriptions basically pegging them as unsubstantiated “quackery.”

Apr 05 05:23

HORRIFYING Medieval Diseases Are Making a Comeback: “It’s a Public Health Crisis”

A recent report from Kaiser Health News raises serious concerns about the spread of “medieval diseases” that are resurging in some parts of the US.

“Infectious diseases — some that ravaged populations in the Middle Ages — are resurging in California and around the country, and are hitting homeless populations especially hard,” the report explains.

Apr 04 12:00

Immortality Herb Boosts Cellular Health, So You Feel Younger Longer

Many Japanese elders refer to the plant ashitaba as the immortality plant and believe it will keep you looking and feeling young. For ages, people in Japan have been using this plant as medicine to prevent illness. Now, researchers are discovering why. A flavonoid substance in ashitaba may be responsible for boosting cellular health. It does so by helping the body clear out cellular “debris” and supporting the process of autophagy.

Apr 04 11:59

Trump and Pelosi Both Cater to Private Health Insurance – Wendell Potter

Trump’s “great healthcare plan” and opposition to Medicare for All’s “socialism” and Pelosi’s defense of the ACA and opposition to single-payer are both aimed at garnering support from the private insurance industry

Apr 04 11:56

End The Autism Epidemic

Apr 04 11:31

Chrome plating on the bronze weapons of China's Terracotta Army is decorative varnish NOT a preservation technique as previously thought

The mystery of the Terracotta Army's shiny swords and spears has been solved, according to British scientists.

The world famous Terracotta Army of Xi'an consists of thousands of life-sized ceramic figures representing warriors.

Chrome plating on thousands of their bronze weapons was thought to be the earliest form of anti-rust technology - thousands of years before it arrived in the West.

But the steely grey metal formed by chance through a chemical reaction between a decorative and the low organic content of surrounding soil, the research claims.

The lacquer was used to treat wooden parts of the weapons - such as shafts, grips and scabbards.

Apr 04 10:21

Americans had to borrow 88 BILLION dollars to cover their medical bills last year

I know that the headline sounds outrageous, but it is actually true. According to a brand new report that was just released, Americans had to borrow 88 billion dollars to cover their medical bills last year. That is a truly astounding number, and it shows just how dramatically our current health care system has failed. And even though the vast majority of Americans are covered by “health insurance”, millions of us are deathly afraid to go to the hospital because of what it might cost.

Apr 04 09:53

Candy carcinogens: Petroleum-based additives are being used in popular children’s candy

A study in the journal Clinical Pediatrics examined just artificial food colors, and found these harmful chemicals in 96.3 percent of candies, 94 percent of fruit-flavored snacks and 89.7 percent of drink mixes and powders. When children’s and adult foods were examined together, 43.2 percent of all products were made with artificial colors. Fresh produce was the only food category not made with artificial colors (yes, that means meat, dairy and baked products may all contain fake color!).

Apr 04 09:29

Electric car BREAKTHROUGH - New battery has 621-miles of range on a single charge

Innolith AG, which develops rechargeable Inorganic Battery Technology, has announced the world’s first 1000 Wh/kg rechargeable battery.

It has been developed in the company’s German laboratory and would enable a range of up to 1,000km/621-miles of range on a single charge in an electric car.

According to the firm, the Innolith Energy Battery would also ‘radically reduce costs’ due to the ‘avoidance of exotic and expensive materials’ combined with the very high energy density of the system.

The company also states that the vehicles are the first non-flammable lithium-based battery for use in EVs.

Apr 04 09:22

SPACE SHOCK: Buzz Aldrin’s POO could be the key to ALIEN life

Following the Apollo missions, astronauts left their waste on the moon, to help lighten the load on the way back to Earth. During the six Apollo missions, 96 bags of human waste were left on the moon. Now some space enthusiasts are calling on those bags to be collected in order to see how the microbes and germs inside have survived or adapted.

Apr 04 08:53

Indian satellite missile test was a 'terrible thing' that created 400 pieces of debris and endangered astronauts on board the International Space Station, says NASA

NASA has told India that blowing up one of its own satellites with a ballistic missile was a 'terrible thing' that created 400 pieces of space debris.

Jim Bridenstine, head of NASA, said that some of the debris is now moving towards the International Space Station, creating a risk for astronauts on board.

Bridenstine said the explosion had created 60 pieces of debris that are large enough to track - meaning 10cm (6ins) or larger - and of those, 24 are moving into a position where they could threaten the ISS.

Apr 04 06:29

How to Use CBD Oil When You Absolutely HATE the Taste

Do you love the benefits of CBD oil but hate the flavor?

Here are 8 tastier ways to use it.

Apr 03 11:33

Neurologist Andrew Moulden - Vaccinations Cause Many Sicknesses

Andrew Moulden should have been awarded a Nobel Prize for showing how the "healthcare industry" is
poisoning the general population with vaccines. He showed how vaccines were responsible for causing "microscopic strokes"
by limiting the flow of oxygen in the bloodstream reaching capillaries.

In his 2009 interview on, Moulden stated: "I have now conclusively shown that ALL vaccines, from infancy to geriatric, are causing the exact same brain damages irrespective of what disease or disorder comes out. The damages are specific to end vascular "mini-strokes" that are beneath the resolution of our neuroimaging, but measurable in a before/after vaccination protocol. They are also directly measurable in real time - however, this involves techniques and technology I have not disclosed to the public as yet."

Apr 03 11:24

Nipsey Hussle, Rapper Making Film About Holistic Doctor’s Death, Shot Dead

Nipsy Hussle, the popular rapper who vowed to expose Big Pharma and was responsible for educating generations of young people about the series of holistic doctor deaths, has been shot dead in Los Angeles. He was 33.

The Grammy nominated rapper had recently announced he was producing an investigative documentary into the life and death of Dr. Sebi, the legendary holistic doctor, who died in suspicious circumstances in 2016 after making powerful enemies in the world of Big Pharma.

Apr 03 10:18

These Simulations Reveal What Happened During India's Anti-Satellite Missile Test (Videos)

To piece together what happened during the anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon test-fired by India's military defense organization last week (March 27), a software company combed through information from Indian officials, radar data, existing knowledge on how past satellites have broken up — intentionally or not — and more.

Analytical Graphics Inc. (AGI) created two simulations — one published hours after Wednesday's launch and another the following day (March 28) — that aim to show the event, known as "Mission Shakti," as it might have looked from space. AGI specializes in the aerospace and defense field.

Their recent videos include information Indian officials released, such as the launch site on Abdul Kalam Island and the Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) filed that day indicating an area over the Indian Ocean blocked out for flight-safety reasons.

Apr 03 08:02


One DNA-matching company has decided it's going to corner an under-served market: US law enforcement. FamilyTreeDNA -- last seen here opening up its database to the FBI without informing its users first -- is actively pitching its services to law enforcement.

The television spot, to air in San Diego first, asks anyone who has had a direct-to-consumer DNA test from another company, like 23andMe or, to upload a copy so that law enforcement can spot any connections to DNA found at crime scenes.

The advertisement features Ed Smart, father of Elizabeth Smart, a Salt Lake City teen who was abducted in 2002 but later found alive. “If you are one of the millions of people who have taken a DNA test, your help can provide the missing link,” he says in the spot.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There are things I would love to find out about my family, having lost both parents relatively early in life; but I would never use this kind of DNA service, ever.

This company is looking at a tsunami of potential class action lawsuits, and getting sued out of existence, because no consent has been given by their customers, that their DNA would be used in this way.

Apr 03 01:38

Iran Blasts US for Blocking Humanitarian Aids to Flood-Hit People

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi blasted the US government for its restrictive measures that are troubling the relief efforts in aid of flood-stricken people across Iran.

"The US has banned the financial accounts of Iran Red Crescent and such measures have troubled the relief efforts targeting the victims of the recent floods across the country," Qassemi said.

He reiterated that since all the accounts of the Iranian Red Crescent Society have been frozen [by the US], no one can send financial aid from overseas.


(*precisely what I dislike about Trump . He hates Humanity .)

Death Toll of Iran Floods Increase to 46

Apr 02 12:01

U.S. disaster aid won't cover crops drowned by Midwest floods

The Black Hawk military helicopter flew over Iowa, giving a senior U.S. agriculture official and U.S. senator an eyeful of the flood damage below, where yellow corn from ruptured metal silos spilled out into the muddy water.

Apr 02 11:57

There Is Definitely Methane on Mars, Scientists Say. But Is It a Sign of Life?

We may be one step closer to cracking the Mars methane mystery.

NASA's Curiosity rover mission recently determined that background levels of methane in Mars' atmosphere cycle seasonally, peaking in the northern summer. The six-wheeled robot has also detected two surges to date of the gas inside the Red Planet's 96-mile-wide (154 kilometers) Gale Crater — once in June 2013, and then again in late 2013 through early 2014.

These finds have intrigued astrobiologists, because methane is a possible biosignature. Though the gas can be produced by a variety of geological processes, the vast majority of methane in Earth's air is pumped out by microbes and other living creatures.

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Apr 02 11:55

Mysterious 4,000-year-old lost city discovered

A team of French archaeologists has located the remains of a lost ancient city in Iraqi Kurdistan.

Over the course of six excavations between 2012 and 2018, researchers uncovered the ancient city at Kunara, near the Zagros mountains. Previously, experts had been prevented from exploring the site, near the modern city of Sulaymaniyah, by Saddam Hussein’s regime and conflicts in the region.

The discovery is described in the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) journal.

Apr 02 11:52

Space debris from India’s anti-satellite missile test a threat to ISS, NASA says

It may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but India’s destruction of one of its own orbiting satellites in a recent missile test has inadvertently put those aboard the International Space Station (ISS) in increased danger, according to NASA.

Speaking at a live-streamed event on Monday, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine described India’s anti-satellite missile test on March 27 as “not compatible with the future of human spaceflight,” adding, “It’s unacceptable and NASA needs to be very clear about what its impact to us is.”

Apr 02 10:31

What’s In Standard Fast Food & Chain Restaurants Menus: Seriously, Is It Safe To Eat?

By Catherine J. Frompovich

GMO Free USA’s Report “Eating Out: A Date With Glyphosate” lists three contaminants, including glyphosate and AMPA, [one of the primary degradation products of the herbicide glyphosate. AMPA has toxicity which is comparable to that of glyphosate and it is therefore considered to be of similar toxicological concern as (harmful in greater than 0.5 parts per billion) glyphosate itself...

Apr 02 10:26

Scott Adams: China Trade Deal, GND, Apology Tours, String Theory, Boycotts, and Healthcare

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American press business model almost destroyed America
Their business model profits from driving people apart
Press taking another run at destroying the world, climate change
Why is the press ignoring Gen IV nuclear development
President Trump might embrace Gen IV
Senator Lamar Alexander “Manhattan Project for Clean Energy”
Tucker says GND is really just a centralized power grab
Where’s the connective tissue proving this is their intention?
Huge claim with NO evidence to support it
“Slaughter Meter”, election results if election was held today
Meter has dropped from pegged to only 50% today
Healthcare is the hardest topic, and there’s no real movement
Nobody fully understands the healthcare
Democrat proposal for simple solution healthcare
Governmental competitive healthcare plan

Apr 02 10:24

Flashback: Boy Meets Girl

From 1974 -- social conditioning from my childhood.

Apr 02 09:26

Russian FM slams Washington for sabotaging talks on space disarmament

Washington has blocked the final report on the prevention of an arms race in space without any reasonable explanation, the Russian Foreign Ministry said as a UN Group of Governmental Experts fails to come up with a joint document.

Experts from 25 states held talks in Geneva in the end of March. Established by the UN General Assembly in 2017, the Group of Governmental Experts was set to lay the basis for a treaty that would ensure peace in space. Little progress, however, was made as the participants were unable to agree on a joint document.

In a statement issued on Monday, the Russian Foreign Ministry pinned the blame for the failed talks on the US expert who blocked the final report “without any reasonable explanation.” Moscow, however, was not surprised with the dismal outcome.

Apr 02 09:10

China Bans All Types of Fentanyl, Cutting Supply of Deadly Drug to U.S. and Fulfilling Pledge to Trump

China announced on Monday that it would ban all variants of the powerful opioid fentanyl, a move that could slow the supply of a drug that in recent years has caused tens of thousands of overdose deaths in the United States.

By declaring that all varieties of fentanyl are now controlled substances, China made good on a pledge that the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, made to President Trump late last year.

China’s export of the drug, which American officials say accounts for the vast majority of the fentanyl that ends up in the United States, has long been a source of tension in relations. More recently, it has also become tangled up in the continuing trade war.

Apr 02 09:05

Scientists confirm the presence of methane on Mars in major breakthrough in search for life on the red planet

Two missions observing the red planet have independently detected methane near Mars’ Gale Crater just one day apart.

Methane is said to be a promising clue in the search for life due to its links to biological activity on Earth.

NASA’s Curiosity rover first measured a ‘strong signal’ of the molecule on 15 June, 2013. But, some experts questioned the reliability of the discovery.

Now, a re-analysis of data collected by ESA’s Mars Express has found that the orbiting craft picked up on the methane ‘burp’ just one day after Curiosity, effectively confirming its presence.

Apr 02 08:59

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Press Conference – The Science of Vaccines Forum

Apr 02 08:54


Nasa has called India's destruction of a satellite a "terrible thing" that could threaten the International Space Station (ISS).

The space agency's chief, Jim Bridenstine, said that the risk of debris colliding with the ISS had risen by 44% over 10 days due to the test.

However he said: "The international space station is still safe. If we need to manoeuvre it we will."

India is the fourth country to have carried out such a test.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the test - Mission Shakti - with great fanfare on 27 March, saying it had established India as a "space power".

In an address to employees, Mr Bridenstine sharply criticised the testing of such anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons.

He said that Nasa had identified 400 pieces of orbital debris and was tracking 60 pieces larger than 10cm in diameter. Twenty-four of those pieces pose a potential risk to the ISS, he said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Neither India, nor the world, is really more safe, after the explosion of this rocket.

What would make India, and the region, more safe, would be a massive marathon set of meetings with Pakistani officials,to ratchet down the tensions here, and give the people of Kashmir, the very -long awaited referendum on its status.

Of course....those actions would be logical.

Apr 02 08:48


Costco has reportedly decided to stop selling Roundup weedkiller after a federal jury in San Francisco awarded more than $80 million to 70-year-old California man, Edwin Hardeman, who was diagnosed with cancer after spraying the herbicide on his property for decades.

Webmaster's Commentary: 


The "domino effect" hasn't even begun to start. COSCO had to know that the next tier of class action lawsuits, would start with those stores still selling this poison.

Apr 02 04:58


(*so we start by blaming someone else , in this case southern border immigrants , who's fault it will be for sealing the border , create a produce shortage so we can sell off the processed food glut , that no one wants in the international community , from whom we've gone full on recluse !)

Apr 01 16:13

What whale poo reveals about Gulf's giant residents

Scientists have gained important new insights into the Hauraki Gulf's resident Bryde's whales – by analysing their poo.

About 50 critically threatened Bryde's whales are estimated to live year-round within the Hauraki Gulf, mixing with another 150 seasonal visitors; one of the few resident populations of this species in the world.

These 15m-long whales have a varied diet of small, schooling fish and zooplankton and forage almost entirely during the day, stopping to rest at night.

Apr 01 11:28

Duke University to Pay $112.5 Million for Faking Scientific Research Data

Duke University has agreed to pay $112.5 million to the US government for scientific research misconduct, the Department of Justice announced in a press release on Monday. The fine comes as a result of the university falsifying research on federal grants.

The Department of Justice lays out the background and extent of the fraud. Duke received millions of dollars from the National Institutes of Health and the Environmental Protection Agency every year, but it turns out that the university engaged in over two dozen acts of fraud against the government.

Apr 01 11:25

Dozens of Countries Have Been Working to Plant ‘Great Green Wall’ – and It’s Holding Back Poverty

More than 20 African countries have joined together in an international mission to plant a massive wall of trees running across the continent – and after a little over a decade of work, it has reaped great success.

The tree-planting project, which has been dubbed The Great Green Wall of Africa, stretches across roughly 6,000 miles (8,000 kilometers) of terrain at the southern edge of the Sahara desert, a region known as the Sahel.

Apr 01 11:23

China Bans All Types of Fentanyl, Fulfilling Pledge to Trump

China announced on Monday that it would treat all variants of the powerful opioid fentanyl as controlled substances, making good on a pledge the country’s leader, President Xi Jinping, made to President Trump late last year.

China’s export of the drug, a family of synthetic opioids blamed for tens of thousands of overdoses in the United States, has long been a source of tension in relations and has, more recently, become tangled up in the continuing trade war.

Apr 01 11:11

Scott Adams: President Trump can Save the Planet With a Tweet, #FentanylChina, and Beyonce

President Trump Tweets about origin of Russian Collusion hoax
“Fine People” (Charlottesville) hoax is finally being exposed, but
Robert Tracinski (Bulwark) says we are gaslighting
Charlie Sykes tweets, spreading the Bulwark hoax
Beyonce, Biden and uninvited kissing, touching, snuggling
President Trump has two major topics to address
Healthcare and climate change
President Trump could save the planet with ONE tweet
Whiteboard: Saving the Planet via Tweet
Lamar Alexander, has a reputation of being reasonable
Green Manhattan Project
Gen IV is the path BOTH political parties should embrace
Guest: Mark Schneider, Nuclear expert
Mark’s thoughts on Scott’s whiteboard discussion
North Korea could potentially SAVE THE WORLD
No restrictive regulations
NK could embrace transitioning to Gen IV development

Apr 01 10:50

NZ Friends Ask about Midwest Farmers

Organic farmer friends with whom I did WWOOF-ing in New Zealand have been checking in about the Midwest floods, re utter farm destruction, and general lack of citizen awareness and preparedness.. Reply:

The floods are expected to spread and continue for two months, with snow-melt dead ahead. Many farmers are uninsured for harvested grain losses; most have federal insurance for loss of growing crops. Planting will not occur. Winter wheat crop lost. The huge farm equipment required in the monsanto paradigm, untold millions of investment, is under water.

Anguish for the farmers, and for those who refuse to understand what this will mean. That said, it may mean that status quo of monster monoculture, Glyphosate-saturated acreage cannot continue.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There is a companion piece to this to which people also need to pay attention: this comes from, by Mac Slavo:

As many as 1 million calves lost in Nebraska: beef prices in the US to escalate dramatically in the coming months

If you do eat beef (hopefully organic, and grass fed),and do not own a small freezer, now well may be the time to get it, and freeze what you need, in small batches.

Apr 01 10:08

Jury Returns an $80 Million Blowout Verdict Against Roundup Glyphosate Weed Killer, Owned by Bayer AG

Bayer AG bought Monsanto and the company has lost a second trial over claims that its Roundup weed killer causes cancer. Bayer has been ordered by a San Francisco jury to pay compensatory damages of $5.3 million and punitive damages of $75 million to Edwin Hardeman, 70, who was diagnosed with cancer after spraying the herbicide on his property for 26 years. The verdict follows a similar decision last August in which a former school groundskeeper was awarded $289 million after claiming that Roundup gave him non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Bayer, is facing more than 9000 similar lawsuits across the US.

Apr 01 09:40

The apocalypse has been postponed

In recent years, the controversial subject of global warming and a potential “climate disaster” has received a lot of media attention.

Apr 01 08:40

Midwest Apocalypse: According To Satellite Data, “At Least 1 Million Acres Of U.S. Farmland” Have Been Devastated By Floods

We have never seen anything like this before. According to satellite data that was just released by Reuters, “at least 1 million acres of U.S. farmland” were covered by water for at least seven days this month. That is an agricultural disaster without equal in modern American history, and yet the mainstream media is treating this like it is some sort of second class story. It isn’t. This is the biggest news story of 2019 so far, and people want to know what is going on. A few days ago, I posted a story entitled ‘“As Many As A Million Calves Lost In Nebraska” – Beef Prices In The U.S. To Escalate Dramatically In The Coming Months’, and it has already been shared on social media more than 145,000 times. Farming communities all over the central part of the nation now look like war zones as a result of all this flooding, but the media elites on the east and west coasts don’t want to write about it.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So by all means let's bring a million more democratic voting hungry mouths across that southern border!

Apr 01 08:00

Signed as Law: West Virginia Bill to Facilitate Banking for Medical Marijuana Program

By Mike Maharrey

CHARLESTON, W. Va. (April 1, 2019) – Last Tuesday, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice signed a bill into law that creates a mechanism to handle banking services for the state’s medical marijuana program. The new law removes one roadblock in front of the developing medicinal cannabis industry in the state and will further nullify federal prohibition in practice...

Apr 01 06:06

Who Is Responsible for Your Child?

I think that almost every hot button debate that has been going on recently can be answered with a question.

Whether that debate is how far we should go to protect people with allergies or whether people who object to vaccines philosophically should be forced to have their kids vaccinated, the question is the answer.