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  • Big Corporations Have An OVERWHELMING Amount Of Power Over Our Food Supply

    07/20/2014 11:26:33 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 182 replies
    theeconomiccollapseblog ^ | July 14, 2014 | Michael Snyder
    From our fields to our forks, huge corporations have an overwhelming amount of power over our food supply every step of the way. Right now there are more than 313 million people living in the United States, and the job of feeding all of those people is almost entirely in the hands of just a few dozen monolithic companies. If you do not like how our food is produced or you don't believe that it is healthy enough, it isn't very hard to figure out who is to blame. These mammoth corporations are not in business to look out for...
  • Don't Forget About Sarah

    03/10/2014 2:15:33 PM PDT · by Noremac · 40 replies
    Blasted Fools ^ | March 10, 2014 | Richard Cameron
    > Sarah may not be running in 2016 - but she's still a potent force in the Liberty movement, likely to pull some good Congressional candidates across the finish line this year. We are now in the process of evaluating this year's CPAC, and that's something I intend to properly address in a day or two, but meanwhile, I was doing a little housekeeping, cleaning out old emails and email drafts and found one about a person that has been enormously influential, but of whom, very little discussion has been made lately. The main reason perhaps, is that it seems...
  • The Real Targets of Class Warfare

    02/01/2014 5:41:17 PM PST · by Noremac · 17 replies
    Blasted Fools ^ | February 1, 2014 | Richard Cameron
    [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="614"] These aren't the targets of 'Class Warfare'. The real targets might surprise you.[/caption] There has been, as you've no doubt noticed, a persistent theme surging back and forth between the polar spectrums of political thought, regarding the question of 'Class Warfare'. It especially animates many media personalities on the Right, who decry any criticism of the unprecedented rise of the accumulation of wealth within a small statistical segment of the American population. That segment, being the '1 percent'. The word is out that the well heeled are shaking in their boots in fear of the consequences...