What is GMO? A Simple Introduction…

Surely you’ve seen the acronym GMO before. But, do you really know what GMO is all about? If not, I have developed the following video to provide a simple introduction to GMO for you. After viewing the video, I hope you want to know more.  If so, I have many posts here on my blog about GMOs.

Enjoy the video and get involved in protecting ourselves and our food supply!

Kellogg’s “Roundup Ready” GMO Potato Chips – Only 42% Potato

GMO PringlesWhat? Pringles are made by Kellogg’s?? Tell Kellogg’s you won’t buy GMO Pringles because you don’t want your blood cells & bone marrow damaged by the Bt toxic corn in their fake Pringle’s chips. BOYCOTT ALL KELLOGG’S products until they stop fighting GMO labeling, remove GMOs and GET INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION. No voluntary labeling. We want standards equivalent to the EU and we want accountability. Get NON GMO Project Verified, Kellogg’s!

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Roundup Tolerant GMO Crops Lead to Superweeds

GMO - Super Duper WeedsThe USDA is nearly set to approve Dow’s 2,4-D GMO crops, which experts say will hurl us into a worsening chemical war on weeds – one that we will never win. We get an increasingly polluted environment and toxin-filled bodies, while Dow rakes in billions selling more chemicals to GMO farmers stuck on the chemical treadmill. 2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) is a hazardous herbicide linked to increased rates of cancer, Parkinson’s disease, low sperm counts in farmers and birth anomalies, and has also been shown to cause liver and nerve damage, as well as hormonal disruption.


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Being Poor In America – A Republican vision for America – ‘The Working Poor Is Now The Largest Group Receiving Food Stamp Benefits’ – ‘House Republicans Vote To Cut Food Stamps By $39 Billion’

Republicans continue to punish those that are suffering as a result of their economic stagnation efforts.

The Last Of The Millenniums



food stamps

‘Who receives food stamps — what you need to know’.

‘According to the University of Kentucky study’,

  • ’28 percent of food stamp households are headed by a person with at least some college education’.

‘In 1980 that number was eight percent’.

  • ‘Households receiving food stamps are headed by someone with a four-year degree in seven percent of cases’,

‘up from three percent’.

  • ‘Households headed by a high school graduate cover 37 percent of food stamp recipients’,

‘up from 28 percent’.

  • ‘From 2000 to 2011, stagnant wages accounted for 13 percent of the increase in food stamp enrollment’.

‘Those employed either full or part-time, in year round jobs, saw the largest growth in food stamp recipients since 1980’.

  • ‘Seventeen percent of full-time workers, and seven percent of part-time workers, now receive food stamps’.
  • ‘The number of food stamp households headed by an unemployed person has remained fairly constant, at about…

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Darwin’s childhood garden now Wildlife Trust property

Republicans continue to punish those that are suffering as a result of their economic stagnation efforts.

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This video from England is called Visit Charles Darwin‘s Shrewsbury, the birthplace of evolution!

From Wildlife Extra:

Darwin’s garden purchased

January 2014: A wooden remnant of naturalist Charles Darwin’s childhood garden in Shrewsbury, Shropshire has been bought by Shropshire Wildlife Trust.

“No other part of Darwin’s childhood home is accessible to the public, so when we were offered the chance to buy this slip of woodland next to the river, we were thrilled at the opportunity to open up a cherished corner of his world,” said Colin Preston, Director of Shropshire Wildlife Trust.

While much of the land previously attached to The Mount, his birthplace, has disappeared under housing, other parts survived in private gardens, including the land the Trust has bought.

Through the wood, alongside an ice house once used by the Darwins, runs a path with views down to the River Severn

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