Let’s take the red pill and see how deep this rabbit hole goes.
Dennis Kucinich in Des Moines talks food sovereignty, at Occupy the World Food Prize. It about taking control of our food supply. the Industrial Corporate food industry doesn’t have our best interests in mind when they knowingly inject poison into our food. It all about profits for them Learn another paradigm to food production and consumption.
Awesome cartoon — “Fatal Drug Approvers”
If you want to understand the U.S. Immigration policy and understand the real numbers, this is presented in a way a 3 year old can understand! Enjoy!
Immigration – Global humanitarian reasons for current U.S. immigration are tested in this updated version of immigration author and journalist Roy Beck’s colorful presentation of data from the World Bank and U.S. Census Bureau. The 1996 version of this immigration gumballs presentation has been one of the most viewed immigration policy presentations on the internet.
Presented by immigration author/journalist Roy Beck
Learn More http://www.NumbersUSA.org
Over the past few months, HBO host John Oliver, hundreds of tech companies, and millions of people like you have come out strong in support of Net Neutrality – the principle protecting free speech online. But right now the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering new rules that could kill Net Neutrality. We need your voice to join the chorus telling the FCC to stand up for users and to pass strong rules that actually protect the open internet!
Earlier this year, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler introduced a plan that would allow internet service providers to set up internet “fast lanes” for those who could afford them, and “slow lanes” for everyone else.
Not surprisingly, these rules caused a fast and furious public outcry. If it passes these rules, the FCC would give companies like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon the green light to crush the founding principles of the open internet. That’s why we at Access — and millions of others — are fighting back. Only by reclassifying broadband as a “telecommunications service” can the FCC truly protect our rights online.
On , the FCC will close the first public comment period on its proposed rules. Access and other partners have already flooded the FCC with calls, emails, and tweets demanding the FCC protect the open internet. Now it’s time to for you to make your voice heard by posting a comment — we’ll deliver it straight to the FCC.
Don’t let Comcast, AT&T, Verizon and others slow you down. Demand the FCC ensure everyone enjoys the internet as an open platform for creativity, innovation, and free speech.
Lets stop network discrimination in its tracks. Tell the FCC to pass real Net Neutrality rules to protect the open internet. The Access community can stand up for Net Neutrality.
Let’s do this,
Global Advocacy Manager
Hilarious and Clever, but also true and incredibly frightening.
Today, Monsanto and the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) filed a lawsuit in federal the U.S. District Court, State of Vermont, to overturn Vermont’s recently passed GMO labeling law.
Today, the Organic Consumers Association, through our allied lobbying arm, the Organic Consumers Fund, has committed to contributing as much as we can to defend Vermont’s labeling law, while we also fulfill our $500,000 pledge to help Oregon pass a GMO labeling initiative in November.
These battles that pit consumer health and rights against multi-billion corporations belong to all of us. Can you help us raise $250,000 by [insert date], so we can defend Vermont and push forward in Oregon and other states?
After years of good old-fashioned work, and playing by the rules, the grassroots labeling movement achieved its first real victory this year, when Vermont passed the first no-strings-attached law requiring mandatory labeling of foods containing genetically modified organisms.
But the rules mean nothing to the rich and powerful companies like Monsanto and Coca-Cola, who belong to one of the country’s most powerful lobbying groups—the GMA.
This is the moment of truth for the grassroots GMO labeling movement. If Monsanto and the GMA succeed in overturning Vermont’s GMO labeling law, lawmakers in the other 29 states that are currently considering GMO labeling bills will drop them like hot potatoes.
We can’t let that happen.Your donation will help us defend Vermont, and pass GMO labeling in Oregon.
Legal experts assure us that Vermont’s labeling law will hold up in court.
But we can’t win in federal court unless we show up. And that means paying a legal team to defend what’s rightfully ours.
This battle is about your health, and the health of your environment. This battle is about the rights of states to pass laws to protect their citizens.
This is our battle. And it’s going to take all of us pulling together to win it.
Please consider a donation today to defend Vermont’s historical GMO labeling law, and win in Oregon in November. You can donate online, or by mail or phone.
National Director, Organic Consumers Association and Organic Consumers Fund