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Lew Rockwell

SWAT-style raids upon small, family farms are being conducted by the FDA, USDA, FBI, and other government terrorist organizations in the name of "protecting the public" from the "evils" of sustainable eco-agriculture as practiced by farmers who give

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arclein

Until strange stories of a magical drink made their way into Russia. There, doctors obtained it and used it to treat patients with everything from stomach aches to tuberculosis. Whatever its origin, we know that people in Caucasus have been drinki

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Silver Underground - Silver Circle's Politcal

Flavor...now banned in the Tar Heel State We've all heard of government wanting to regulate our health care, the Internet, and what kind of light-bulbs we're allowed to put into our homes. As infuriating as those regulations can be, the stat

News Link • Global Reported By Megan Duffield
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New York Times

In 2003 Agriculture Department inspectors shut down Mr. Buzzio's business, Salumeria Biellese in Manhattan, because he was not using an approved kill step. Rather than change the production method, Mr. Buzzio and partners spent more than $100,000

News Link • Global Reported By G Cone
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Farm Wars

Melons have a natural resistance to certain plant viruses. It is especially evident in melons grown in India. Using conventional breeding methods, this resistance was introduced to other melons and has now been patented as a Monsanto “invention."

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arclein

For the study, the researchers exposed spinach leaves to light similar to the 24-hour artificial fluorescent light received by spinach in packages located at the front of the display case. A second group was enclosed in two-layer-thick, brown-grocery

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youtube.com

HOT JUICY BURGER - My in studio guest today pointed me to this commercial after we were talking about a Human/Lemming comparison... you'll see why :)

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arclein

So what's a Viking diet, exactly? It's one that emphasizes the staples of Nordic cuisine, typically rich in cabbage, rye bread, root vegetables, and other healthful, hearty fare. In a study, diets that emphasized these Scandinavian staples reduced

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ZeroHedge.com

Today SNAP released the most recent food stamp numbers. Not surprisingly, we just saw another all time high 44.2 million poverty-level Americans relying on government funding for day to day sustenance.

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TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com/

Back during World War II, "victory gardens" enabled Americans to grow 40 percent of all the vegetables that they needed. Those gardens greatly contributed to the war effort and helped Americans get through some very difficult times.

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www.sovereignman.com

Rogers has famously said that the best career advice he can give a young person setting out to make a fortune today is to become a farmer.

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