From propaganda to legal shenanigans, we as a collective need to know what we are up against in the fight for our food. Here are 8 reasons Monsanto wins.
State representatives in Arizona have proposed a measure that would require food manufacturers to label some genetically modified foods – though not all.
A new food-freedom bill has been introduced in Indiana which would require companies to label foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients.
In another move against Monsanto, Rhode Island has introduced a bill calling for the labeling of foods created with genetically engineered ingredients.
Cancer rates have exploded at an increase of almost 6000 percent in areas near the Fukushima reactor meltdown, and governments are keeping it quiet.
NJ Gov. Chris Christie said parents and families must have a “measure of choice” on the issue of childhood vaccinations – something a lot of us agree with.
Hundreds of studies done on marijuana far exceed most FDA-backed pharmaceutical drugs, many of which have only one clinical trial.
Tucked inside the 1,603-page federal spending measure is a provision that effectively ends the federal government’s prohibition on medical marijuana.
In an attempt to make the entire European Union free from GMO crops, Hungary will initiate a joint alliance of EU member states rejecting the use of GMOs.
The Russian government has approved a bill that would ban the cultivation and breeding of genetically modified organisms in Russia.
The city of Margate is the first in Florida to unanimously pass a bill that would require the labeling of food containing genetically modified ingredients.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially signed a law that will effectively punish anyone who violates mandatory requirements for labeling GMO foods.
In 2004, top CDC researchers saw a major statistically significant link to increased autism and MMR vaccine – and it was blatantly covered up.
Following an oil pipeline leak of over 50,000 gallons of oil into the monumental Yellowstone River, cancer-causing chemicals have now been detected.
A Connecticut cancer-stricken teenager has voiced her desire to live life without chemotherapy, but the Supreme Court is forcing treatment.
The biotech giant Monsanto announced that its earnings fell 34 percent in its first fiscal quarter as farmers reject GMO crops.
The World Bank and International Monetary Fund is helping biotech run the latest war in Ukraine, leading to Monsanto’s future takeover of farm land.