Big Island of Hawaii Passes Ban On GMOs!

The Big Island of Hawaii County Council Committee passed a GMO prohibition Bill by a vote of 6-2. The Bill 113 passed out of committee and is progressing to the full Council, set for October 16th. The Bill is relevant to the island of Hawaii, known as “The Big Island.” The two “no” votes were Greggor Ilagan and Chair J Yoshimoto. Dennis “Fresh”...

Government Shutdown Costs $12.5 Million Per Hour

Here’s the price tag for the first government shutdown in 17 years: about $1.6 billion a week, $300 million a day, or $12.5 million an hour. That estimate, from economic consulting firm IHS Global Insight, covers just the cost in work and services the government is unable to perform as it furloughs 800,000 federal workers. According to IHS, pay for federal...

David Attenborough: Stop Feeding Third World Nations to Reduce Population

Top globalist Sir David Attenborough, who last year described humans as a ‘plague on Earth’, has now gone on record in calling for nations of the world to stop sending food aid to starving nations in order to reduce the population of the world.

US-Russia Deal on Syria Teetering Over ‘Use of Force’ Option

The US-Russia pact on Syria was seemingly a done deal, pushing Syria on a speed-up above and beyond the requirements of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), but giving up on US demands for a “military option.” That deal seems to be in serious risk now, as France is pushing for attacking Syria and the US and Britain are no longer saying that they will...

Can Middle Class Get Ahead?

After years of struggling just to make ends meet, many Americans who describe themselves as middle class say they feel like they are barely hanging on, rather than getting ahead. That’s no surprise, given the years of economic data showing just how hard it has been for many people in the middle of the income spectrum to improve their economic situation. The...

Japanese Agency Labels Radioactive Leak ‘Serious’

After giving the leak of water at the crippled Fukushima plant a Level 1 rating, the Nuclear Regulation Authority raised that to Level 3 or “serious incident.” The Nuclear Regulation Authority originally gave a Level 1 rating — an “anomaly,” to the Aug. 19 leak of 300 tons (80,000 gallons) of water from a tank at the Fukushima Dai-ichi...