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Monsanto Ordered to Pay $289 Million in Historic Glyphosate-Cancer Case

In a truly landmark case, chemical and biotechnology company Monsanto has been ordered to pay $289 million to a California man in reparations for the cancer he received from Monsanto’s herbicide ingredient Glyphosate.

Adidas Vows to Use Only Recycled Plastic as Market Shifts Toward “Conscious Capitalism”

The more that people understand their power as consumers, the quicker we can live in a world that’s not just safe and sustainable – but also free.

How Google Censored me off the Platform – Why it Matters and How you Can Help

If people want control of their own narrative back, they need to start moving away from the big tech (and media) giants and support organizations and individuals with a strong code of ethics and who aren’t afraid to stand up to the powers that be.

Kavanaugh: Warrantless Data Collection “is entirely consistent with the Fourth Amendment”

Kavanaugh’s stance on the Fourth Amendment runs in opposition to what most Americans believe, that the government should not be collecting the personal information of American citizens without a warrant.

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