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A non-regulatory division of WHO called International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) just announced that glyphosate – the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide – is a probable human carcinogen. While that may seem like a tepid statement, it comes after a … Continue reading
Believe it or not, people have protested the mass medication of the public through drinking water all along. The fluoride in tap water – although touted as healthy and safe – is nothing more than the “legal” unregulated way for … Continue reading
Have you bitten your fingernails today? Hopefully, you have saved room for when you watch this. If you’re a reasonable parent with a student in the public school system and notice a blatant violation – unfortunately this absurd behavior is … Continue reading
An award-winning, nationally recognized teacher gave a “mic-dropping” speech that ended with the announcement of her teaching resignation from Elyria, OH public schools. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to help support D.C. Clothesline!
Canadian mainstream media has taken a bold new step – admitting the problem that frequent vaccines are creating a cascade of more illnesses. And not just a greater number and frequency of illnesses but even lower protection against the very … Continue reading
Fresh on the heels of Australia’s government effectively silencing criticism of vaccines and the promotion of homeopathic benefits, it appears a heated social media campaign has been launched to stop Dr. Sherri Tenpenny from stepping foot in Australia. Why – because … Continue reading
Sweet 16 with menopause… Heather Callaghan | Activist Post Olivia and Madelyne Meylor are in their early 20s. They still want the world to know what happened to them as teens after they received three Gardasil shots – an HPV vaccine … Continue reading
Lunch police: No sharing allowed! Here we have a school that has a policy, not with safety in mind – only as an afterthought – but one that hinges on strict adherence to said policy. Two students were given … Continue reading
In April, a Danish farmer called for a ban on glyphosate. For three years he had used non-GMO soy feed for his pig herds, but when he ran out, he ordered two tons of GM soy feed. His herdsman immediately told the … Continue reading
In Leawood, Kansas, 9-year-old Spencer Collins’ attempts to share free books lasted a week before being shut down by city ordinance.Not too much bigger than a mail box, what started as a Mother’s Day gift to also help the neighborhood, … Continue reading
I’m retelling this story not to cause sheer outrage or bring down shame and fire on one school in one instance, but to let you know definitively that Monsanto representatives could visit a school near you to teach a class.And … Continue reading
Weston A. Price Chapter leader and popular blogger Sarah Pope of Healthy Home Economist has left people on both sides of the vaccine issue in awe after her appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click … Continue reading
…and he went on a Tweeting rant about it…If you enjoy comedy, then chances are, you’ve become familiar with Louis C.K. at some point. Along with filling up auditoriums with his stand-up comedy, he has had success with television shows … Continue reading
Could Vermont be the first state to enact a genetically modified food labeling law?Senate President Pro Tempore John Campbell, D-Windsor said: We are saying people have a right to know what’s in their food. On Tuesday, the Vermont Senate cast … Continue reading
A lot of home builders and painters will know what trisodium phosphate (TSP) is. But a lot of them don’t know that they eat it for breakfast! Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to … Continue reading
The issue of corn-destroying rootworms becoming resistant to the very crops designed to kill them – isn’t breaking news. Not only was it predicted before the advent of commercialized genetically engineered crops, but it’s been an ongoing problem. Don’t forget … Continue reading