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Re: “On Life Support

Hey y'all: it's about time everybody took a look at who and or what owns our Congressmen:…


Posted by prohuman on 02/26/2012 at 10:49 PM

Re: “Uncomfortable Realities

Well, the Idaho public is pretty passive--and even if they'd want to know, how would the perps KNOW the public wants to know? There's a huge need in this state for lots of regularly circulated public information about the state food industries. BW does their share, but more is desperately needed. Does BW have a reach-out editor who can share articles with other online or print news media in Idaho? If not, might be worth trying to find a volunteer. Is the Boise Coop theonly food coop in Idaho? If there are any others, they could be repositories of posted information from BW.

Posted by prohuman on 04/07/2011 at 5:15 PM

Re: “Got Milk? Got Drugs? Got Both?: State Responds After Idaho Dairy Cattle Test Positive in Food Safety Tests

I agree--I only buy organic dairy products, including ice cream, cheese, etc.

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Posted by prohuman on 04/07/2011 at 5:07 PM

Re: “Labrador and Simpson Vote for Budget Bill, Cutting $60 Billion

@Last moderate: amen to that.
@blackandwhite: slash and burn cannot be done in any institutional organisation. Whaddya want? anarchy? think you are going to eliminate pork from congressional budgets?
Everything decent in this country could be supported if we got out of making wars for profit --yes, the military-industrial complex-- profits for the weapons industries, among the few home manufacturing outfits left after all the rest was sent to China.
This country can only prosper if we bring back major industries and regain manufacturing here, providing employment and creating taxable profits.

Posted by prohuman on 02/21/2011 at 8:18 AM

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