A legal system that is seriously flawed.

In what may be the single largest dismissal of wrongful convictions in U.S. history, Massachusetts prosecutors announced Tuesday they’re going to throw out 21,587 criminal drug cases. The cases were all prosecuted based on evidence or testimony supplied by a former state chemist who admitted to faking tests and identifying evidence as illegal narcotics without…

The secret “Deep State” that runs our country

What is the “Deep State” and what does it have to do with the direction Trump wants to take America? The “Deep State” is the unaccountable bureaucracy that exists in the nooks and crannies of the CIA, NSA, State Department, Department of Justice, IRS and countless other government entities that govern our lives and futures.…

The people are unstoppable if they work together against a common enemy – the greedy corporations

There is still hope that Americans can put a stop to the tidal wave of corporate control and manipulation by doing one simple thing. All of us must overcome our divisive arguing, i.e., racial bias, political party bias, liberal versus conservative bias, and get it together. It makes no difference whether you are pro-life or…

Does BPA-free mean safe? Maybe not

Plastics manufacturers responded to consumer outcries about the safety of plastic containers containing BPAs by substituting a chemical called Tritan.  BPA, short for bisphenol A, is a chemical that can act like the hormone estrogen.  While definitive scientific evidence is still lacking, there are concerns of the effects of high levels of estrogen affecting behavioral and…

BPAs in Sippy cups – A more dangerous substitute may be used by plastics manufacturers

Plastics contain chemical substances which are known be toxic, such as BPA’s; however, as manufacturers attempt to make the transition from these chemicals they sometimes use alternatives that turn out to be even just as or even more toxic than BPA. Plastics such as those used in sippy cups are linked to cancer, diabetes and obesity. To help solve the controversy, scientists are planning to test BPA-free sippy cups for estrogenlike chemicals.