It’s about technology transfer, not legalization
A recently uncovered chain of emails sent back and forth between executives at Google the day after the 2016 presidential election prove, without a shadow of a doubt, that the search engine giant willfully meddled with the election in an attempt to throw it in favor of failed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
For months, many conservatives have openly speculated what role former President Obama may have had in “Spygate” – the Deep State ‘counterintelligence’ operation launched to spy on the 2016 Trump campaign and infiltrate it with informants.
The blueprint for how tech giants covertly silence online speech, and how America can fight back against corporate tech monopolists
In America, what separates the “haves” and the “have nots” has never been wider. It’s a genuine crisis. And yet, few people know why this is happening...
A branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has come under fire for the ruthless killing of wild animals.
In recent days WorldNetDaily reported that Liberty Counsel, a Christian-themed legal assistance group that defends religious and civil rights, warned that a new California bill that has already passed the Assembly would effectively ban the sale of Bibles.
The United States may have been founded upon principles of freedom and liberty, but the America of today looks almost nothing like what our founders originally envisioned.
Over the past several years, liberals have constantly assured the American people that even though they support the idea of stricter gun laws, they are not out to take away anyone’s legally owned firearms.
Alternating contour strips of soybeans and corn on a farm in southern Wisconsin.
Soybeans planted between two corn fields in Wisconsin.
Stop Subsidizing the Wrong Food Crops
by Dr. Mercola
As farming has transitioned from a once localized industry to an international one, it’s brought with it a new set of challenges for U.S. farmers. Spurred in part by a growing demand for biofuel, along with federal subsidy programs, about 180 million additional acres of corn and soybeans have been planted around the world over the last decade.