Stephen Fox: After putting to rest Roy Moore in Alabama, Texas is the political race that interests me the most as both a political and intellectual challenge, like a chess game from afar, is El Paso Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s challenge of Cruz.
Stephen Fox: The company has long wanted to grow corn in the country that invented corn over millennia of genetic experimentation by indigenous farmers working long before even the Spanish came.
Stephen Fox: California can require Monsanto to label its popular weed killer Roundup as a carcinogen, although the corporation maintains that the product is harmless, according to a ruling by a judge in Fresno, California.
Stephen Fox: Ironically, before this forced regulatory coup, the FDA had turned down, lock stock and barrel, aspartame’s approval since its being patented in 1966.
Stephen Fox: The only thing that might prevent a huge and violent confrontation in North Dakota a week from today, with the Corps of Engineers Eviction Notice set for December 5, will be the members of the United States Senate and Congress who intercede next week.
Stephen Fox: The Dakota Access Pipeline struggle is the most vital environmental protection issue and ethnic survival issue to face the United States thus far in the 21st Century.
Stephen Fox: To succeed in this effort labeling this poison means that not only will California consumers will be protected by at least a warning, if not an outright ban, but that, further, other states and other nations will enact and require labeling of their own
Stephen Fox: If the cheering sections for his campaign, and the strategists and brilliant thinking that went into to get him this far, all could be coalesced into a strong and proactive legislative base, there is almost nothing we cannot accomplish in terms of actualizing Bernie’s legislative goals.
Stephen Fox: I don’t see a way Clinton can win without Bernie Sanders as her running mate. As repulsive as that has sounded in the past, this might be an inexorable truth, which may become clear to Clinton as time goes on, especially as her credibility woes and legal baggage increase.
Stephen Fox: The worst of the worst of the mainstream full-scale articles in my estimation was Nate Cohn’s recent one in the New York Times, which I roundly and acerbically condemned on many many Facebook group pages.
Stephen Fox: I must state that I am a huge fan of Facebook in general. It has had a brilliant and lasting effect on liberal American politics by improving our channels of communication, but I think there are some serious problems, too, which could be corrected.
Rothschild-Owned Associated Press Prematurely Crowned Clinton Before California Primary, Maybe Because They Were Angry about Their In-law Zac Goldsmith Losing the London Mayor’s Race? have arrived at a very interesting and almost too logical explanation about the Associated Press’ perfectly timed announcement two days before the California, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota and North Dakota primaries, that Clinton had […]
Stephen Fox: In this primary season, we have all seen rampantly abounding media blind spots in every corner of the United States, as if every journalist and editor had been offered some kind of bribe or incentive or hidden reward to “Tell It Like It Isn’t.”