(By Charles Savoie) —
As of a January 2, 2015 report, Bitcoin was in the $350 range in December 2014, but it started 2014 at $770! As of January 20, Bitcoin is $210, and the New York Stock Exchange (Pilgrims Society) has invested in another Bitcoin startup enterprise.
It is with great sadness I report to you that the entire family of Gray State movie architect & director has been "Michael Hastingsed" or "Aaron Swartzed" or "Breitbarted".
I've been lurkin' since 2012 and I've always appreciated this place as a source of good source of grassroots liberty news. Thanks to all the admins / members that made this place special. Moving forward, let's remember that we can't take life too seriously, and sometimes there's things that are just out of your control.
Peace Daily Paul.
Tiny southeastern Minnesota town offers free residential land, gets no takers in 3 years
CLAREMONT, Minn. (AP) -- A small southeastern Minnesota community is trying but failing to give away land for free.
Claremont, which has about 500 residents, has had no takers in the three years it has been offering free lots to anyone with a qualifying income who is willing to build a house, Minnesota Public Radio News reported (http://bit.ly/1AE46QS ). The city, which is located between Owatonna and Rochester, has three churches, three parks, a gas station and a bank — all within one square mile.
by Christina Sarich
Posted on November 15, 2014
The World’s Largest GMO and Pesticide Safety study was finally launched by Factor GMO in London, UK on Tuesday. The Global GMO Free Coalition will help fund this largest GMO safety study to date – something that should have been done before GE foods were ever released into the environment.
This study, called Factor GMO, will include three important aspects of measurement to decide if GMOs are truly safe: carcinogenicity, toxicity and multi-generational outcomes. These three important ways of researching GE crops will help experts to determine if Roundup Ready GM maize, and other GM crops grown with glyphosate herbicide are truly safe for public and animal consumption.
Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog,
On October 22, 1981, the government of the United States of America accumulated an astounding $1 TRILLION in debt.
At that point, it had taken the country 74,984 days (more than 205 years) to accumulate its first trillion in debt.
It would take less than five years to accumulate its second trillion.
And as the US government just hit $18 trillion in debt on Friday afternoon, it has taken a measly 403 days to accumulate its most recent trillion.
WASHINGTON -- It's pretty rare that members of Congress and all the witnesses they've called will declare out loud that Americans are just too ignorant to be given a piece of information, but that was a key conclusion of a session of the House Agriculture Committee this week.
The issue was genetically modified organisms, or GMOs as they're often known in the food industry. And members of the subcommittee on Horticulture, Research, Biotechnology, and Foreign Agriculture, as well as their four experts, agreed that the genetic engineering of food crops has been a thorough success responsible for feeding the hungry, improving nutrition and reducing the use of pesticides.
I live about a half mile from this building. It's smack between our major airport and the Mississippi River. They won't let the reporter get very far in the building even after the reporter had spent over a month getting permission to film inside the building.
The reporter is from our major fox affiliate and got shut down.
What the hell could cost 200 million bucks that we can't know about?
AJ speaks with documentary filmmaker and former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura
Four former Blackwater Worldwide security guards were recently convicted in their roles for the 2007 massacre of 17 Iraqis in Baghdad. And to top it off, “we were paying an equivalent of $1 Million per Blackwater guard," the Governor points out. “Our military men and women are lucky to be making $30,000 to $40,000 a year. And you’re telling me our government paid $1 Billion for 1,000 Blackwater operators?”
Story by Josephine Marcotty
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, CALIF. | First in an occasional series
On a cool January day in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Steve Ellis culled his sick bees. The only sounds were their steady buzz and the chuffing of the smoker he used to keep them calm as he opened the hives, one by one, to see how many had survived. The painful chore has become an annual ritual for Ellis, and, hardened now like a medic on the front lines, he crowned another box with a big rock to mark it.
“This one is G.A.D.,” he said. “Good as dead.”
I am a beekeeper in SW Minnesota that has been completely wiped out by Clotianidin pesticides used on crop seed treatments.
The EPA has changed it's stance on these dangeous chemicals that kill all insects birds and wildlife. If we don't change we'll all be reaping this disaster for years to come, it may even be too late!
Read more from Tom Theobalds website in Colorado: http://www.bouldercountybeekeepers.org/toms-corner/
Contact the EPA, their accepting comments on this issue: http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;D=EPA-HQ-OPP-2014-0737
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/07/2014
Having promised that he would not run again if unemployment rates remain high, French President Francois Hollande faces not just record low approval ratings but feces-flinging-farmers.
Has anyone seen one of these homes?
These are built so inhabitants can live totally off the grid, No heat bills, no electric or water bills. You don't even need a well.
Actor Dennis Weaver built a 6,000 sq. ft Earthship home out of tires and old cans.
Build a tire wall on your own: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cer3WKTOcy8
Earthship build in progress in Canada: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXtiBuOpGlI
By Michael Snyder, on September 29th, 2014