Three of the controversial factories that produced the so-called ‘pink slime’ that disgusted the nation will close later this month.
Roughly 650 jobs will be lost when the plants in Texas, Kansas and Iowa are closed by parent company Beef Products Inc. in light of poor sales.
The plant in Amarillo, Texas, the plant in Garden City, Kansas, and the one in Waterloo, Iowa will close on May 25. A plant in South Sioux City, Nebraska, will remain open but run at reduced capacity.
LewRockwell.com promotes a Paleo diet even though it goes against ALL scientific Data. My Goal is for Free Talk Live to promote, if anything, a Plant Based Diet. This is the first of a series of lectures that will keep FTL on the path of Truth.
During a drug raid on a war veteran's home, a total of 12 police officers broke in at approximately 9PM while Matthew David Stewart (who works a night shift) was asleep. Noticing the commotion, he mistook the police for burglars and opened fire.
5 police officers were injured, and one was killed. Matthew David Stewart suffered non life threatening injuries and is currently in a hospital.
Matthew was believed to be in possession of a marijuana plant which he owned for personal use. The drug raid was because of that plant.
And the stupidity continues with stupid decisions like this going on. Who knew a plant wasn't a plant. It grows in the ground, requires sunshine and water to blossom and earns California growers an estimated $17 billion a year. But don't call cannabis an agricultural crop in Tulare County.
Fr33 Aid is willfully and publicly severing their ties with the IRS and forsaking all the banking privileges that entails entails in favor of becoming an entirely bitcoin based organization. As far as I know they are the first charitable organization to do this. I hope you can appreciate how radical this is.
Books such as JD Salinger's Catcher in the Rye and Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird will be replaced by "informational texts" approved by the Common Core State Standards. Suggested non-fiction texts include Recommended Levels of Insulation by the the US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Invasive Plant Inventory, by California's Invasive Plant Council.