Tagged With "imported seafood, beef or chicken"

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Consumer Alert: Secret Trade Agreements Threaten Food Safety, Subvert Democracy

sunnubian ·
Consumer Alert: Secret Trade Agreements Threaten Food Safety, Subvert Democracy By Katherine Paul and Ronnie Cummins Organic Consumers Association, June 13, 2013 For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Food Safety page and Politics and Democracy page. If you think the U.S. government is doing a sub-par job of keeping your food safe, brace yourself. You could soon be eating imported seafood, beef or chicken products that don’t meet even basic U.S. food safety standards.
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Gospel songs

confort ·
         Religious music. it is true we dont at times see the importance it we only focus our mind in hearing some body preach before we belief.so it is an important thing to hear the word of God...
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The Importance Of State Level Involvement In Voting

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Jeff Johnson Explains The Importance Of State Level Involvement In Voting Sep 24, 2013 By NewsOne Now “There’s state fights that we have to be involved in,” Johnson stated, “so regular folks, faith community, organizations, activists need to be actively involved in the state level to ensure that even as we’re trying to defend this federal legislation that we don’t go backwards in states.” Stay connected on 2013 CBCF Coverage , and tune in to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin this fall on TV...
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FULL DETAILS ON WHY THIS COURT IS SO IMPORTANT

sunnubian ·
Media Matters for America President Obama reportedly is going to nominate three judges to the important DC federal court. There have long been four empty seats, as you see in the graphic below. (Sri Srinivasan was confirmed last week to one of the empty spots). The Washington Times has for its part is lazily repeating GOP talking points in advance of a potential Republican filibuster, calling Obama's presumptive nominations "court-packing." But obviously it's not court-packing when the seats...
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Re: Shake Off Those Charter Chains

Kocolicious ·
Back in the day, Charter schools used to be a good idea. For me? Not some much anymore. I once preferred charter over regular unified schools but now I see the damage some of 'em in community have done. The ones I really concern myself are the religious ones. Cuz the focus to me isn't teaching the children...and like the article says more about competing against regular schools for the SAME funding. Only folks to lose on this are the children. It's never about the children...never! Always...
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Re: Shake Off Those Charter Chains

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Back in the day, Charter schools used to be a good idea. For me? Not some much anymore. I once preferred charter over regular unified schools but now I see the damage some of 'em in community have done. The ones I really concern myself are the religious ones. Cuz the focus to me isn't teaching the children...and like the article says more about competing against regular schools for the SAME funding. Only folks to lose on this are the children. It's never...
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Why the Voting Rights Act is as important today as it was in 1965

sunnubian ·
************************************************************************************ via The NAACP: Here's what Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had to say recently when discussing the wide margin with which the Voting Rights Act has been reenacted in both the Senate and the House of Representatives: "Now, I don’t think that’s attributable to the fact that it is so much clearer now that we need this. I think it is attributable, very likely attributable, to a phenomenon that is called...
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We love our guns too much, so now we're bulletproofing the children

sunnubian ·
MON JUN 16, 2014 AT 01:03 PM PDT We love our guns too much, so now we're bulletproofing the children attribution: Dreamstime Sorry kids, but the guns are more important. If you want to know just how far afield we have gotten from the central notion that Americans ought to be able to go about their daily business without being overly concerned that someone is going to freedom a few holes in their head for no other reason than they can, note that the markets for bulletproof backpacks for...
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Shake Off Those Charter Chains

sunnubian ·
Shake Off Those Charter Chains NOVEMBER 17, 2015 Jeff Bryant Advocates for charter schools frequently argue that generalizing about these schools is unfair because charters, by their very entrepreneurial, unregulated design, are not all the same. This is true. Charter schools are not all the same. In fact, there is one very significant difference between one strain of charter schools and another, more rapidly growing version. That significant difference is now the subject of a new animated...
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Bishop T.D. Jakes On The Importance Of Fatherhood In The African-American Community

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  Bishop T.D. Jakes On The Importance Of Fatherhood In The African-American CommunityWritten by Roland S. Martin on December 28, 2011 6:42 pmClick for More Next Post Roland Martin and Bishop T.D. Jakes talk one-on-one about the...
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Ana Tijoux Teams Up With Palestian Rapper Shadia Mansour For New Video

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Ana Tijoux Teams Up With Palestian Rapper Shadia Mansour For New Video by Jamilah King , Friday, June 13 2014, 11:06 AM EST Grammy-nominated Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux joined forces with Palestianian emcee Shadia Mansour in the new song and video “Somos Sur,” which dropped earlier this week. “‘Somos Sur’ is about the importance of resistance, not only in Chile, but around the world,” Tijoux told Rolling Stone . “Global resistance movements, whether in Latin America, Africa or the Middle East,...
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