All Posts
08/12/2018 / By Tracey Watson

When President Trump first took office, there was renewed hope among anti-GMO activists that he would take positive action to

08/11/2018 / By Mike Adams

A San Francisco jury found Monsanto (now owned by Bayer) liable for the glyphosate-induced cancer of Dewayne Johnson, who is

08/08/2018 / By Mike Adams

Rachael Ray’s dog food brand, Nutrish, is now facing a $5 million lawsuit filed by Markeith Parks, who claims that

08/07/2018 / By S.D. Wells

The GMO trolls at the New York Times are at it again, sowing “seeds of confusion” for the typical American

08/07/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Upon hearing how dangerous glyphosate is, many people’s first question is why it is allowed to be sold if it

08/05/2018 / By Mike Adams

During the Obama era, the entire fake news media completely ignored the problem of GMOs and neocotinoid pesticides that devastate

07/27/2018 / By S.D. Wells

Biology Fortified, Inc. (BFI) is a tax-exempt GMO-front group with a main mission of teaching scientists how to communicate with

07/26/2018 / By S.D. Wells

Eat your bug-killing corn and your weed-killing soy and shut up. That’s the ultimate message coming from the Bayer/Monsanto shills

07/25/2018 / By S.D. Wells

Before Trump won the Presidency, there was talk about his possible support of the clean food movement if he did

07/20/2018 / By Vicki Batts

The pesticide industry is widely viewed as being just as toxic as the chemicals themselves, but now new evidence unearthed

07/19/2018 / By Ethan Huff

An international team of experts has concluded, based on the results of a comprehensive new animal study, that glyphosate, the

07/18/2018 / By Vicki Batts

Are genetically modified crops actually equivalent to real food? New research has shown the answer to that question is an

07/18/2018 / By Vicki Batts

Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, have been a hot button issue for many years now. More and more, consumers are

07/17/2018 / By S.D. Wells

Attention all humans living in a mind fog from consuming too many chemical pesticides, that all-too-familiar New York news rag