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.
Close-up shot of pediatrician giving a three month baby girl intramuscular injection in arm
This latest article by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., explains how world governments go to great lengths to hide vaccine-related deaths.
The fact that vaccines do cause deaths sometimes is not even a fact in dispute. In addition to the deaths reported in the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), the Department of Justice supplies a quarterly report to the Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines on cases settled for vaccine injuries and deaths.
Several months ago, our SupremeLaw discussion list on the Internet was grappling with the many facets of the money problems facing America. Because public schools have now been fingered for promoting a deliberate dumbing down of the American People, we felt it was not too late to put some simple examples on the table, to help our fellow Americans overcome that disability.
From Mark Kennedy, Vice President of Legal Affairs
In our work to modernize and humanize research and medical training through the replacement of animal use, the Physicians Committee depended on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s animal welfare database, which was shut down on Feb. 3, 2017. Today, we are taking legal action to restore it.
J. D. Heyes, April 28 2016
In case you hadn't heard, there is something going on at the Harvard University campus that isn't supposed to happen: There is a widening outbreak of mumps, and all the students who have contracted the disease thus far had already been vaccinated for the disease.
Robert Greenstein, 16 March 2016
House Speaker Paul Ryan has emphasized that House Republicans plan to focus more on poverty and helping people in need.
John P. Thomas, March 4, 2016
Data suggests that 6% of the U.S. population is harboring a retrovirus in their bodies that can develop into an acquired immune deficiency.
Kelsey Harkness, February 25, 2016
An Ohio firearms retailer who was recently denied access to banking services says the federal government is continuing to “discriminate against” his industry.