Mention dumpster diving and it’s likely that the first image people envision is a male in tattered clothing, a wool hat, torn black jeans, boots that have no laces and a red-cheeked, drunken face jumping head first into a big… [read]
People who live an organic lifestyle tend to care about our environment. People who live an organic lifestyle also purchase a lot of fresh produce. That’s where Carebags Re-useable Produce bags come in. One Carebags pouch contains 4 reusable drawstring… [read]
Big Business, the term never used to turn my stomach. Now it does.
In my years of naiveté, the words “big business” meant industry, lots of jobs, lots of money, philanthropy. Corporate America was dependable, responsible. Men and women chose… [read]
On the other hand, if cars ran forever, and we never bought another new car again, we would be stuck with gas guzzling vehicles. There is something to be said for progress. As we vote with our wallet we push… [read]
Ten to twelve thousand years ago, fertile ground led to the rise of our first civilizations as mankind began the slow shift from full dependence on hunting and gathering food to planting and growing crops. Seed was saved and sowed… [read]
An Inconvenient Truth about a Convenient Technology
Once upon a time there was a little girl on a playground who noticed gray smoke pouring out of the windows at a school across the street.
“Fire!” the little girl shouted.
OLM: Can you tell us a little about the history of the companies that are making GMOs? Who are they? What did they do before they made GMO foods?
Mike Adams: Well, I think Monsanto is one of the most… [read]