The Bitter Seeds of Monsanto’s Legacy

Debt, Death, and Global Destruction by Dr Mercola Mercola.com (October 27 2012) Story at a Glance Bitter Seeds looks at the beginning of the consumer goods' supply chain - the raw materials - shedding much-needed light on the crisis created by Monsanto's genetically engineered Bt cotton      Buried in debt and struggling against the … Continue reading The Bitter Seeds of Monsanto’s Legacy

The Best Ad Campaign on the Web?

by Ali Partovi TechCrunch (October 28 2012) Over the past two weeks, I've been involved in a Facebook ad campaign whose results are astonishing.  It's a political campaign supporting California's Proposition 37 (Label Genetically Engineered Foods). Our Facebook sales rep was ecstatic when she first saw the numbers. She'd never seen anything like it in … Continue reading The Best Ad Campaign on the Web?

India May Ban GMO Crop Field Trials for Ten Years

by Anthony Gucciardi Natural Society (October 22 2012) It has been a devastating month for Monsanto as nations around the globe continue to enact bans and restraints on the company's genetically modified crop varieties. India, the same country that hit Monsanto with 'biopiracy' charges {1} for patenting life on the planet, is the latest nation … Continue reading India May Ban GMO Crop Field Trials for Ten Years

How It Could Happen, Part Four: Crossing the Line

by John Michael Greer The Archdruid Report (October 24 2012) This week's post is the fourth of five parts of a fictional narrative tracing out a scenario of American imperial defeat and collapse.  As the war ends, the price has to be paid - and paying it will push the already fractured United States toward … Continue reading How It Could Happen, Part Four: Crossing the Line