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Rev. Irwin Baxter: World War III Comes this Year… so get Your 6-Year Subscription Today!

Back in 1991, Rev. Irvin Baxter started publishing EndTime magazine. That was 23 years ago. In 1997, Rev. Irvin Baxter started publishing his EndTime Magazine online at endtime.com, spreading the news of “his soon return.” That was 17 years ago, when he wrote:

Every 2,000 years there is a major event in the plan [...]

Ethical Shorts and Socks

I don’t work for American Apparel. I just think that they’re doing a great service by selling stuff they make in the USA – helping me to make an ethical choice in dressing my kids and myself. [...]

Where Are SIGG Bottles Made?

Why spend the 30 dollars being charged on Cafepress for SIGG bottles? Fashion? If you’re willing to toss away that much money for an accessory bottle to match your handbag, the statement you’re making about yourself is not flattering. [...]

Right Whale Protection Threatened By Budget Cuts

One of the busiest ports in the nation will soon become a zone of death for one of the most endangered whales in the world. [...]

Lies About the Cost of Shipping From the Port of Brisbane

The story of the Pacific Adventurer reminds us that cargo ships place hazardous cargo, and hazardous fuels, out on the oceans’ surface. Usually, they reach their destinations safely, but often they do not. [...]

Find Local Food

Local Harvest is a site that allows people to search for markets that emphasize local food, and for farmers and food artisans who sell directly to people who intend to eat their food. [...]

Buy American in the USA To Cut Air Pollution

We enthusiastically support the work of shirt retailer Skreened, because the people at Skreened only sell stuff that’s made in the USA, and that’s the way it’s been since day one. That means no sweatshop labor, and an awful lot less pollution. [...]