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U.S. Consumers Rein in Big Ag and Send A Strong Message about People Power

U.S. consumers celebrated a couple of victories over multinational food industry economic hit men (EHMs) last month: Under pressure from various consumer groups, the U.S. Senate rejected HR Bill 1599 that would have made labeling genetically modified organisms (GMOs) voluntary. Referred to as the Deny Americans the Right to Know (DARK) Act by opponents, the bill would have favored corporations

Sports Distract from Bigger Issues

Over 100 million Americans tuned into this year’s Super Bowl. TV ads during the game cost over $4 million for 30 seconds. I love sports. I love playing sports, and the health benefits that come with exercise. But let’s not let sports be a diversion from the important issues facing the world, such as what bankers are getting away with each and every day. While Americans watched the

Let’s Move – Together

You must be the change you wish to see in the world. -Mahatma Gandhi The individuals who launched revolutions and created lasting change in their eras and environments were effective because they were active. They were sometimes leaders of groups and organizations, and sometimes lone wolves speaking out by themselves, but they were always moving. Real change is not made by criticizing or