The US Congress recently passed the Cap and Trade Bill without reading through the over 1200-page document, which more than likely contained more pork than a Louisiana farmer's pantry. It was a bill drafted by lobbyists and edited in closed door committees, paving the way for tons of very lucrative government contracts and taxes that … Continue reading Read the Bill, Congress!
One of the things I feel strongly about is the hijacking of our food supply by biotech companies, and I've written about it time and time again. I consider it a crime against humanity, on a global scale, to take away a seed's ability to germinate in its future generations, and to turn farmers into … Continue reading Monsanto attorney returns to FDA helm
We have seen democracy in action, and we have achieved something amazing, as a country: we have elected the first African-American president. That's something that goes a long way to wipe the wrongs of the past, and is something that would have probably made some of our country's founders proud, had they been able to … Continue reading Congratulations, President Obama!
I'm watching Hillary Clinton's concession speech right now, and I just realized something. Obama was accused of playing dirty politics a few years ago in Chicago, when he eliminated his competition. He checked their candidacy applications to make sure they obeyed all the rules when collecting the required signatures. None of them fully qualified, so … Continue reading Barack Obama's smart politics