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CAFOS in Princess Anne, Maryland

     IN Princess Anne, Maryland, December 6,2016,  Lisa I. has lived in the family farm dating back many generations… She has watched over time–the industrialization of her backyard with a GIANT CAFO (short for concentrated animal feeding operation). She ...

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A Genetically-Modified Culture

It is difficult to fully understand the truth about typical everyday processed food, which consists of nearly 75% of grocery store products, until you begin to understand the truth about GMOs (aka genetically modified organisms or plants). I’ve heard the words ...

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Sitting Bull-

Globalism at its finest. This short story–entered into a historic contest–is the epitome of how the settlers/Indian Relationships were defined by a mentality of scarcity and fear. Indian-story Globalism at its finest. This short story–entered into a historic contest–is the ...

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