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8 Inexpensive Options for Small Space Gardening

By Jayne Rising With many options for inexpensive small space gardening out there, attempts to grow food in an urban environment can be successful. With the possibility of famine looming due to the pandemic, fuel pipeline and meat processing plant hacks and drought, now is the time to seriously consider becoming a producer.  A big…

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Supreme Court Orders Johnson & Johnson to Pay $2.1 Billion in Baby Powder Lawsuit

Children’s Health Defense Waking Times Editor’s Note: We’ve been reporting on this issue for years, pointing out the cover-up and the deceptive practices of Johnson & Johnson. Here’s an article I penned in 2016… For 40 Years Johnson & Johnson Hid Baby Powder Ovarian Cancer Connection. The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal by Johnson &…

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COVID “Vaccine” Passport Opposition Grows

By Neenah Payne In Ted Cruz: Ban vaccine passports, Senator Cruz (R-TX) says no one should be forced to get the COVID “vaccine”, people should be free to decide based on their health. So, he introduced legislation this week to prohibit any federal vaccine passport and to prohibit employers from requiring the COVID “vaccine”. Becker’s…

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California and Nevada Are Now 100% in Drought

By Robert Wheeler California and Nevada are 100% in drought. Direct from After two water years of dry conditions, both California and Nevada are now 100% in drought. And with dire drought conditions, rapidly decreasing snowpack, and low reservoir levels, concern for wildfire season is growing. Read the drought status update to learn more.…

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Mexico Wants to Import Non-GMO Corn and US Farmers Say They Can Deliver It

By Ken Roseboro While U.S. agribusiness groups are trying to pressure Mexico into abandoning their announced bans on glyphosate herbicide and imports of genetically modified corn by 2024, U.S. suppliers of non-GMO seed and grain see an opportunity to supply Mexico with non-GMO corn. “Could we supply Mexico? Absolutely,” says Bill Niebur, president of High…

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