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No Evidence Of Army Arab Poison Plot

The Army has found no evidence to support accusations of a poisoning plot by Muslims at Fort Jackson in South Carolina, so of course headlines are spreading fear of a poisoning plot by Muslims at Fort Jackson. [...]

Ask SEEC to Introduce a Better Electronic Waste Reform Bill

The current state of electronic waste recycling in America is shabby and shady. Most of the e-waste programs in the United States today take your old electronic gear and ship it overseas to places like China or Ghana, where workers are paid low wages to tear apart electronic devices, salvaging the expensive parts and burning [...]

West Virginia Bhopal?

The ingredients of the Bhopal disaster are present not just at one chemical facility in West Virginia, but in the industrial agricultural system all across the USA. [...]

More On Sarah Palin and the Poisoning of Cook Inlet

The billions of gallons of toxic waste being dumped into Cook Inlet are unnecessary, and they’re harming the economic interests and the health of the Alaskans that Sarah Palin has sworn to serve. If Sarah Palin gets elected Vice President, and becomes President after the likely death of John McCain, all America may suffer her cruel indifference in the way that the people and animals of the Cook Inlet have suffered. [...]

America Shrugs At Poisoned Whales

Sarah Palin supports poisoning whales! For goodness sakes, that’s the kind of story that could really get people’s attention – or so I thought. [...]

War On Halloween from Consumer Product Safety Commission

Stories were invented back in the 1980s by fanatical right wing Christian groups who hated Halloween because of their religious belief that Halloween is a satanic holiday. These groups tried to get parents to fear trick or treating by spreading false rumors about mysterious, un-named neighbors all across America who used Halloween to attack children. These Christian groups got local TV news and newspapers to spread their warnings that all candy should be checked, just in case a neighbor had pumped cyanide into a Reese’s peanut butter cup. [...]