Flu Vaccine White Paper

By, Dr. Gary Null The origins of vaccination can be traced back to a hypothesis that has continued through the centuries and remains the basic rationale for mass inoculation of populations to this day. Humanity has always experienced the threat of communicable illnesses, which more so in the past, had a huge toll on nations and populations. Vaccines were first …

Autism Thimerosal Commission

By, Dr Gary Null   During an interview with Katie Couric last July, Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Secretary, Dr. Kathleen Sebelius stated to the nation, “study after study, scientist after scientist, has determined that there really is no safety risk with thimerosal” Thimerosal is the highly toxic ethylmercury found in vaccines, and particularly in flu vaccines which contain levels …

Burning-House

How to Get Rid of Stuff

The house is burning. Smoke is curling around everything you have ever owned, ever wanted, believed mattered. That picture of the person you love, the dog’s favorite toy. The couch where you held each other when you cried. All on fire, blazing. The garbage that needed to be taken out yesterday goes up as easily as the receipt you saved from the …

Women-Farmers

Looking for Leaders on Climate? Follow the Women Farmers

“I give you a message from my heart,” she says, “let’s move forward and work together for the benefit of everyone. And especially for those who work in the fields, as we are the ones who suffer the most.” That is the voice of Arminda, a farmer and agro-forestry advocate from Bolivia, who is among a number of women farmers …

Dr-Vandana-Shiva

Biodiversity or GMOs: Will The Future Of Nutrtion Be In Women’s Hands or Under Corporate Control?

Women have been the primary growers of food and nutrition throughout history, but today, food is being taken out of our hands and substituted for toxic commodities controlled by global corporations. Monoculture industrial farming has taken the quality, taste and nutrition out of our food. As a result, India is facing a nutritional crisis: every fourth Indian goes hungry, and …

What’s the True Impact of the Alternative Economy? Researchers Decide It’s Time to Find Out

It is increasingly apparent that today’s economy is not working for most of us. Growing inequality of wealth and income is putting the famous American middle class in danger of becoming a distant memory. Most American children now face economic prospects worse than their parents enjoyed. We suffer from more frequent financial shocks and linger in recession far longer than …

TPP

The TPP could spell bad news for global food systems.

Food is more than just what we eat. It connects us to each other and our environment. And how we treat it is of tremendous importance to our democracy. Right now, the future of our food is being decided behind closed doors. The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), a massive trade and investment deal being negotiated by the United States and 11 Pacific …

food garden

7 Laws Of Gardening: Time-Tested Tips For Growing A Successful Garden

We all have the best of intentions in the beginning of summer. We plan on spending the season growing a beautiful lush garden. As the summer drags on, avoiding the heat becomes the top priority. From the neglect, your garden suffers. The plants may not be thriving, there may be bug infestations, or root rot. Inevitably, if there are enough issues, …

Netanyahu

Congress Cheers Netanyahu’s Hatred of Iran

Addressing Congress in the style of a State of the Union speech, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won 41 rounds of applause as U.S. lawmakers eagerly enlisted in the Israeli-Saudi conflict against Iran and its allies – an enthusiasm that may well entangle the U.S. military in more wars in the Middle East. Speaking to a joint session of Congress for the third time – …

Peter Roth

Host of Energy Stew Fridays at 11:30 (EST) Peter Roth has lived in New York City for the last 40 years after being raised in Westchester County, NY and schooled at Tulane, Penn State and NYU. He and his wife, Deborah, and their two sons share a comfortable apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. “My life has been a …