Daily Archives: May 18, 2012

What’s behind the postponement of Alvin Schlangen’s jury trial in MN

From David E. Gumpert, on the Complete Patient blog:

Michael Schmidt with David E. Gumpert, at the public rally in support of farmer Alvin Schlangen, in Minneapolis last Monday. Pboto by Jennifer Lindahl

“Food rights proponents got another civics lesson today when Alvin Schlangen’s jury trial on four misdemeanor charges, due to begin next Monday, was put off indefinitely.

It is easy for food rights proponents who participated in protest activities in Minnesota in recent days to think they’re not being noticed. In point of fact, they are being noticed, big time. Continue reading

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How to legally just say NO to vaccines

From Sherri Tenpenny on The Refusers.com:

“(Rense.com) – “Millions of Americans have come to distrust vaccines and mainstream medicine’s vaccine agenda. There is a growing movement in this country and around the world that questions the safety and effectiveness of all vaccines for obvious reasons.

Many childhood disorders such as autism, ADD/ADHD, SIDS and others have been linked to vaccines. Thousands of soldiers who served in the military have been severely disabled or in some cases even died after receiving their mandated shots. Vaccines are the most controversial subject in all of medicine. Continue reading


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