Sociology professors uncovers radiological testing on US citizens
I met Lisa Martino-Taylor when I visited St. Louis Community College for the first time eight years ago. Since then I’ve spoken with her sociology classes a few times.
Lisa acquired government documents that uncovered a US military program during the Cold War that tested radiological, chemical, and biological weapons on Americans living in urban populations.
This isn’t some chem-trails conspiracy. Lisa wrote her dissertation on this, has been featured in reputable media outlets around the world, has inspired lawmakers to demand a full investigation, and recently released a book on it.
From a recent AP story, Cold War radiation testing widespread, author claims:
Martino-Taylor said the offensive radiological weapons program was a top priority for the government. Unknowing people in places throughout…Read More >
Happy Red Nose Day?
If you’ve shopped at Walgreens recently, no doubt you’ve seen red clown noses for sale. They fight poverty or something, whatever that means.
“60 percent didn’t quite understand what we did,” says Janet Scardino, CEO of Comic Relief USA that partners with Walgreens to sell the noses.
Between the US and the UK, the campaign has raised more than $1.4 billion, which goes to organizations like Save the Children, Feeding America, and the Boys & Girls Club to help children in need.
NPR’s Goats & Soda reported on the campaign: “But how does buying a red foam nose at a drugstore for a buck help the cause? And does this charity with the silly name really do good work? We…
Proud to support Dave Ring for Indiana State Senate
Sitting in the Downtown Farm Stand, the only 100% organic grocer in my area, I watched the presidential returns come in on election night in 2016. I swore between sips of organic beer, as the election started to fall Donald Trump’s way.
How is this our country?
How is it that I can’t understand the voting decisions of nearly half of Americans?
Someone should really do something about this.
Dave Ring, the owner of the Farm Stand, hosted our small election gathering. Gary Younge, a reporter from The Guardian, was also there. Gary was reporting on Muncie, an area that went for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in the primary. He told us this is how Brexit felt. One day you wake up…