A South Sudan that can’t guarantee basic rights to its citizens isn’t worthy of celebration, let alone international recognition.
By corrupting democracy for this one big, lame-duck vote, our politicians can undermine and limit democracy for many years and even decades to come.
For starters, this protest is about a competing idea for the future of the planet—and waves of people will show up to make that point.
One of the worst parts of this whole debacle is that farmers—by being forced to grow dicamba resistant GMO soybeans—are losing the choice of what they can grow.
The Mayans primary concern is that “growing the plant requires the use of glyphosate, an herbicide classified as probably carcinogenic,” putting their communities, environment and economic activities at risk.
Now a coalition of U.S. Senators has publicly penned a letter to Myland CEO Heather Bresch demanding justification for the dramatic price increases of EpiPen.