WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration appears to have almost no international support for controversial new trade standards that would grant radical new political powers to corporations, increase the cost of prescription medications and restrict...
As the world remembers Nelson Mandela’s legacy as South Africa's first black president and anti-apartheid icon, he was also deeply skeptical of American power, the Iraq invasion, and was a key supporter of the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
In Seventeen’s September 2009 issue, there’s an article on the shocking habit that some girls are relying on to make their hurt and heartache go away: cutting. A national study reported that up to 23 percent of girls self-injure, which can include cutting or burning your skin; scratching to the point of bleeding; picking; and even embedding small objects into your flesh. If you or someone you know has a cutting problem, here are resources to get help:
Before huge multinational corporations did it for us, humans had to figure out how to turn raw, unrefined formerly-living things into food that could be cooked or eaten.
awesome data/ The most subversive act you can engage in is Growing, storing, preserving and preparing your own food!!
We can't take back your life when the Corporations feed us, water us, provide our electricity, our clothing, our medicine and our transportation, etc. Being in debt to the invovation, inventions, products and services the Corporations steal from us is slavery.
Corporations take Government funded research and development then claim it as thier own!!!!!! Bullshit. We're constantly bailing them out with taxpayer money, giving them our University research and development for free so they can sell it back to us. What the Fuck is going on with our Elected Government??!??
It's time for a change and GW0bama with his RomneyCare ain't it!
Medicare for All ---- End the Illegal War, Start Peaceful Negotiations ---- End Manufactured Poverty Now, Start Feeding the Hungry ---- End Homelessness, Housing for All --- End Taxes, Return Our Coinage of Money Back to the US Treasury !!
Albert Einstein was the most famous scientist of our time, and, because he was so smart, his opinions on non-scientific issues were often seen as incontrovertible. One of the most famous is a pronouncement much quoted by religious people and those claiming comity between science and faith. It comes from Einstein’s essay “Science and religion,” published in 1954: “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” This quote is often used to show both Einstein’s religiosity and his belief in the compatibility—indeed, the mutual interdependence—of science and religion. But the quote is rarely used in context, and when you see the context you’ll find that the quote should give no solace to the faithful.