Home

Discuss HAARP, Chemtrails, and Global Warming This Sunday!

2 Comments

Chemtrails are bad news. They contain barium and aluminum, which have the potential to destroy ecosystems around the world. But what if this destruction is merely an inevitable and acceptable consequence of a much larger program? A program intended to be part of an all-in-one solution to global control and manipulation?

Join us on the Dave Hodges show this Sunday at 9:00pm Central time to join in on the discussion.  Here is the information:

The Common Sense Show airing on The Republic Broadcasting Network
Sundays 9-11pm  CST
Phone     602-620-5582

Barbara H. Peterson – Farmwars.info

 

Dean Foods Accused as Dairy Farmers Say They Are Getting Milked

Leave a comment

By Alison Fitzgerald  2010-05-27 03:00:00.0 GMT

May 27 (Bloomberg) — At Harold Howrigans dairy farms in northern Vermont last year, the red ink was flowing almost as fast as the milk. The dairyman was losing nearly $100 per cow each month because the price for 100pounds of milk fell to $11, well under the $18cost of production.

It was bad. People had to borrow money just to make ends meet, says Howrigan. Prices have recovered some, though not enough to pay down the new debt, he says.

These are tough times for Americas 60,000-odd dairy farms, thanks to a decade-long deflationary trend in prices and a particularly severe downturn last year, Bloomberg Businessweek reports in its May 31 issue. Industry sales fell 30percent in 2009, to $24.1billion, from the year-earlier period, according to the Agriculture Department.

Congress, which spent $350million on emergency dairy price supports last year, has taken notice. So has the Justice Department, which is scrutinizing the market power of the biggest dairy cooperatives and food companies to assess the effect on prices.

Along with the USDA, Justice Department officials will hold a June 25 hearing in Madison, Wisconsin, on dairy market concentration. Meanwhile, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission is reviewing complaints of price manipulation in the spot cash market for cheddar cheese, which also affects the price of milk. More

Roundup super weeds: Monsanto now admits they are a problem…ya think?

1 Comment

Editors’ note: Isn’t it strange, after creating this mess, Monsanto is going to suddenly “create” another toxic product, patent it, and create more problems.  All of this sudden concern over a problem they created and coincidentally, just as their patent on Roundup is expiring. Now they will magically produce another product even more toxic with a new patent. Marti******************************** 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) —

“Grant said Monsanto would create a new product offering that would combine Roundup with complementary chemicals for a new weed control regimen at a lower cost than farmers are paying today.”

Monsanto Co. said on Thursday it will restructure its herbicide products in an effort to help combat the spreading environmental woes of herbicide-resistant weeds, also known as “super weeds,” which many critics have blamed on the chemical giant.

“We need to get in front of this,” Monsanto chairman Hugh Grant said in a conference call with analysts.

Grant acknowledged that weed resistance was a problem for U.S. cotton farmers, and was emerging as a bigger problem for soybean farmers. But he said the issue was not yet a big problem for corn farmers.

Monsanto is the world’s leading seed company and purveyor of the popular Roundup herbicide.

The company’s development of glyphosate-tolerant biotech soybeans, corn and cotton and its push for farmers to use its glyphosate-based Roundup with those crops has accelerated herbicide usage and consequently weed resistance to an environmentally dangerous level, critics have charged. More

A duality of law: BP will walk away unscathed

4 Comments

Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved. 

_____________________________

It would appear that the most egregious crimes that threaten us all, are committed by those who have been insulted from criminal charges either by wealth, or a combination of wealth and power and their various and sundry connections to politicians and government as a whole.  USC Title 18, the Criminal Code, is a study of the exclusion in advance for the elite.  The lone gunman who kills goes to prison; why are the deaths of eleven oil rig workers any less of a crime?  Why will there not be one prosecution of BP executives for the deaths of these individuals?  More

%d bloggers like this: