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One Third of Americans Can’t Afford Safe Drinking Water

Environment |  | According to a new report, more than a third of the population of America has no access to clean, reliable drinking water. We don’t generally think of the United States as being a country where people just cannot afford to access safe water, but this is becoming more common every day. When we think about ...Read More »

“Asbestos of the Sky” - The Aviation Industry’s Darkest Coverup (VIDEO)

Environment |  | The aviation industry hangs its hat on air travel being “the safest way to travel.” The truth, however, is that it has harbored a dark secret since its inception: it’s poisoning its passengers and crew due to deeply flawed aircraft design, de-prioritizing safety in favor of profit.  In flight, every crew member and passenger relies ...Read More »

The Invisible Nuclear Threat Within Non-Organic Food

Environment |  | Whether you know it or or not, nuclear waste (cobalt-60) has been used for decades to make your food “safer.”  There is a profound misunderstanding in the mass market today about the value of certified organic food. The question is not whether the 50% higher or more you pay at the register for an organic ...Read More »

Climate Change: The Government’s Best Revenue Stream Since War and Taxes

Environment |  | No one knows how to profit from scaring the pants off of people quite like the government. And they don’t even need an actual threat to make it happen. Take “climate change” and “global warming” for example. These are both naturally occurring, cyclical events that have been happening since the dawn of the Earth. It’s only ...Read More »

More Evidence Linking Monsanto’s Roundup to Cancer

Environment |  | By: Jane Mundy, lawyersandsettlements.com | (Los Angeles, CA) In the wake of recent research, more lawsuits are being filed against Monsanto claiming its weedkiller Roundup causes cancer. And California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has likely added one more nail to Roundup’s coffin. After the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer ...Read More »

Massive Segment of Famous Hawaii Island Collapses Into the Ocean (VIDEO)

Environment |  | A huge chunk of Hawaii’s famous Kamokuna lava delta collapsed into the ocean on New Year’s Eve. Twenty-two acres of the 26-acre ocean entry crashed into sea, taking the viewing platform along with it ‒ and was nearly disastrous for five tourists. The lava delta, which is within Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, began collapsing around ...Read More »

Standing Rock 2017: The Fight is Not Over

Environment |  | Standing Rock 2017 will continue to be an issue. The fight of the Native American Indian tribes, environmentalists and the water protectors (protestors) is not over. Although the Army Corps of Engineers announced on Sunday December 4th, 2016, that it would not be granting the DAPL easement access, there is nothing to stop the oil ...Read More »

Millions Of Bees Dead After South Carolina Sprays For Zika Mosquitoes

Environment |  | South Carolina honey bees have begun to die in massive numbers. Death of the areas bees has come suddenly to Dorchester County, S.C. Stressed insects tried to flee their nests, only to surrender in little clumps at the hive entrances. Dead worker bees littering the farms suggested that ‘colony collapse disorder’ was not the culprit…. ...Read More »

Phthalates – The Silent Killer

Environment |  | The convenience of plastic in our everyday lives have no doubt made our lives easier. It contains our food, our water, and protects us. That said, have we considered how much it has poisoned us? As favorable as plastics are in our world, there are some concerns to address. Namely, the chemicals that are emitted from ...Read More »

Human and Synthetic Hormones Now Contaminate Fresh Produce

Environment |  | Hormones and/or hormone-mimicking chemicals are omnipresent environmental contaminants. Already found in places as varied as our teeth (dental sealant) to our paper products (receipts, money), our meat to our canned foods, new research now indicates that even fresh, whole vegetables and fruits are no longer immune to this growing biological and chemical threat. A study ...Read More »

Thousands of US Communities with Lead-Poisoned Water

Environment |  | A December 19  Reuters “Off the Charts” report said “examination of lead testing results across the country found almost 3,000 areas with poisoning rates far higher than in” Flint, MI. “Yet many of these lead hotspots are receiving little attention or funding” – showing shocking contempt for the health and welfare of millions of Americans. ...Read More »

Dear President-elect Trump: Make America Healthy Again

Environment |  | Dear President-elect Trump: Despite the fact that America spends trillions of dollars every year on health care, our system is ranked among the worst in the world. Waste is rampant, care is impersonal, premiums have skyrocketed, and deductibles are through the roof. Even worse, The BMJ warns that medical errors are the third leading cause ...Read More »

Four More Government Officials Charged for Flint's Water Failures

Environment |  | By: Derrick Broze, Anti-Media | Flint, MI — On Tuesday, state prosecutors charged four former government employees with conspiring to violate safety rules for their roles in Flint’s water crisis. As a result of an April 2014 decision by one of the controversial unelected, state-appointed emergency managers, Flint residents were exposed to dangerously high levels ...Read More »

8 Ways Microbes Can Save Us From Ourselves

Environment |  | Could bacteria and related microbes, widely believed to be a primary cause of disease, explain how we are capable of surviving through the self-created chemical nightmare of industrialized society? Environmental chemical exposures number in the tens of thousands among industrialized populations.  Our water, air, food, and now bodies, are saturated through with xenobiotic chemicals (compounds ...Read More »

Population Controllers Call Babies “Carbon Legacies,” A Threat To The Environment

Environment |  | By: Wesley J. Smith, J.D., www.lifenews.com – I guess it takes global warming hysteria to get the bioethics movement to criticize what is known in the trade as “artificial reproductive technologies” or ART. But now, in the ever more radical Journal of Medical Ethics, Cristina Richie, of Boston College’s Department of Theology, argues that these technologies ...Read More »

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