Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
One of the most surprising absurdities of our times is the continuing practice of fluoridating our water supply and supplementing dental and oral healthcare products with this toxic by-product of the aluminum industry. The evidence demonstrating the harmfulness of this is beyond abundant, and … More
Dave Mihalovic, Prevent Disease
The parents of the five families contend that vaccines caused their children’s disabilities have joined forces to take GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer and Sanofi to court in hopes that the courts will acknowledge the side effects of vaccines and award compensation to their disabled children.
Their … More
Mike G, DeSmogBlog
West Virginia officials are reporting that a coal slurry line at the Kanawha Eagle Prep Plant, which belongs to Patriot Coal, ruptured and spilled a toxic byproduct from the coal mining and preparation process into a creek that feeds the Kanawha River early this … More
Rhett A. Butler, Mongabay
Tribes in the Amazon are increasingly exposed to the outside world by choice or circumstance. The fallout of outside contact has rarely been anything less than catastrophic, resulting in untold extinction of hundreds of tribes over the centuries. For ones that survived the devastation … More
Dylan Charles, Editor
Home ownership in America is not what it used to be. For a frugal family who pays off their mortgage according to its terms, they still have to look forward to a lifetime of rising property taxes in order to keep a roof over their … More
Vidya Frazier, Wakeup-World
Although both teachers and parents would undoubtedly agree that the installation of WiFi in schools has a number of benefits, the downsides are just as real: an increasing number of children are getting sick from exposure to WiFi technology that’s been installed in their schools.… More
Daniel Hunter, Waging Nonviolence Contributor
Forty years ago a tiny group of antiwar protesters picked locks at the Federal Bureau of Investigation offices in Media, Pa. They stuffed briefcases with confidential documents which they later released to reporters. Their act was brazen and planned with meticulous detail.
In … More
Jefferey Jaxen, Contributor
It seems the tide is rapidly turning towards the true empowerment of humanity. First, due to the independent findings from the Health Ranger’s Forensic Food Lab combined with an “organic” social media blitz, Garden of Life, Sun Warrior, and Boku Superfood protein products … More
Bridie Jabour, The Guardian
Three million cubic metres of sediment from dredging to expand a coal port will be dumped in the Great Barrier Reef marine park, after the park authority approved the move on Friday.
The spoil resulting from the Abbot Point port project is to be … More
Lenin Nightingale, Guest
There are 15 collection facilities straddling the USA/Mexico border, where the poor are connected to machines that suck the liquid part of their blood (plasma) from their veins. The USA is one of the few countries that allow donors to be paid, and even here, … More
Heather Callaghan, Guest
As demand for local and raw goods continue to rise, more people are asking – where do I find local organic? Where do I find raw milk and join a herd share? Where are the farmers markets, co-ops and stands?
Activist Post writer, Brandon Turbeville… More
Harvey Wasserman, EcoWatch
Fukushima’s missing melted cores and radioactive gushers continue to fester in secret.
Japan’s harsh dictatorial censorship has been matched by a global corporate media blackout aimed—successfully—at keeping Fukushima out of the public eye.
But that doesn’t keep the actual radiation out of our ecosystem, our … More
Jeffrey Jaxen, Contributor
Recently Mehren Keshe and the Keshe Foundation have publicly announced what they claim are solutions regarding the contaminated water and soil in Japan from the ongoing Fukushima nuclear disaster. This announcement comes a month after Keshe publicly warned Tepco live on Kerry Cassidy’s Project Camelot … More
Stefan Kistler, Alianza Arkana
Last week Peruvian governmental authorities released test results that prove alarming levels of contamination in Peru’s largest national reserve, Pacaya Samiria. The park has been declared a “wetland of international importance” by international treaty and is part of Kukama Kukamilla indigenous territory. The contaminated … More
Sharon Wilson & Alan Septoff, Earth Island Journal
When Texans say “no” to oil and gas development, it’s a sign that times are a-changin’
The earthquakes you may have heard about — the 30 tremblors that have struck north central Texas since November 1 and have damaged many … More
Paul Fassa, Natural Society
Some cynically refer to the FDA as the Fraud and Death Administration. Harsh, but many see that name as a bit more than an accurate description. It is certainly the hub of the Medical Mafia wheel. A few years ago, during the height of … More
Alen Mischael Vukelić, Contributor
The impact and significance of alternative media continues to grow every day. Critics from the mainstream like to discard it as an outlet for conspiracy theories and amateur journalism. Is it really this simple?
Or is the mainstream media becoming aware of this … More
Thomas Hintze, Waging Nonviolence Guest
There are a number of important political lessons we can derive from this year’s big holiday movies, but the most valuable might come from audiences: Movies about desperate people sell. For the third straight weekend, American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street… More
Loren Bell, Mongabay
One quarter of all shark and ray species are threatened with extinction, according to a new study published in the open-access journal eLife. The paper analyzed the threat and conservation status of 1,041 species of chondrichthyans—the class of fish whose skeletons are made of … More