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France: GM corn linked to cancer. EU bans 7 GM foods, battery cages, animal testing, seal imports, condemns whaling...
*update* Jan. 14, 2013 EU releases all data on GM corn linked to cancer Monday's move "aims to make data used in risk assessment publicly available," Geslain-Laneelle said, by promoting research and working with scientists.
*update* Siding with EU's ban on animal testing, Dec. 21 2012 Air Canada can refuse to ship monkeys for research
Seven Food Products Banned in Europe Still Available in the U.S.
1. Genetically Modified Foods
2. Stevia, the Natural Sweetener
3. Bovine Growth Hormone
4. Chlorinated Chickens
5. Food Contact Chemicals
6. Herbicides, Fungicides and Insecticides read more »
Canada's Pride: Liberty & Justice. Peace & willingness to serve citizens; guard Privacy vigorously, against misinformation...
*update* March 19, 2013 US magazine calls Stephen Harper an ‘exceptional leader’, praising his leadership, his foreign policy and his stewardship of the economy coming out of the 2008 recession. National Review: "Stephen Harper, Canada’s PM, 'Leader of the West', 'a very disciplined politician'"
*update* Marketwire: "Proud to stand up for honest, hard-working Canadians against thieves and criminals". March 11, 2013, Canada announced "Bill C-26, the Citizen's Arrest and Self-defence Act, has come into force", committed to keeping our streets and communities safe", for Canadians to protect themselves against criminal acts and "the justice system is behind them, not against them", said Minister Nicholson. "Those who have been the victim of a crime should not be re-victimized by the criminal justice system." Canada "will continue to stand up for law-abiding Canadians."
2012 election meets no challengers, though US is challenged by 16 trillion debt; what'd lead America leaping over fiscal cliff?
"2012 election meets no challengers, though US is challenged by 16 trillion debt; what'd lead America leaping over fiscal cliff?" - Editor
Nov. 07 2012 - Canada on alert as U.S. nears fiscal cliff Serious economic problems are threatening to bleed over the border from the United States into Canada in the wake of the presidential election. The Canadian economy is so dependent on the economic performance of the United States...
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Almost Election Day. Hurricane Sandy cut in and cut off millions from modern communication and power, sunk tall ship HMS Bounty
A fire destroyed around 50 homes in a flooded neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens. The Breezy Point district was left a smoldering tangle of wood and metal after the blaze. Firefighters said it was a miracle that only two minor injuries were reported.
Phenomenon. Unique fact: US Army, Navy, Airforce, Defense, Marine top donors -> Ron Paul; the rest: banks vs Cal/LawFirm/Harvard
2012 Election - each candidate has his top donors - who's who
Infographic: US Presidential Elections with Ron Paul
Albert Einstein: "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex...It takes a touch of genius...", and a lot of courage to be ideologically consistent over decades - Photos
*update* Oct 11, 2012 CNBC EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Ron Paul on NEW Online Show “FUTURES NOW” "one party system" vs "one man of Constitution" on necessary cuts to public spending that would avert a fiscal catastrophe - 12-term Congressman Dr. Ron Paul told CNBC’s Futures Now: "the foreign policy stays the same, the monetary policy stays the same, there’s no proposal for any real cuts and both parties support it", ... "they’re not going to allow all those terrible things to happen on January 1, but they’re not going to solve the problem either."
"Politicians Kiss Babies - Babies Kiss Ron Paul"
Ron Paul gets a hug from a teary-eyed fan. read more »
Bike sharing - fastest-growing in 165 cities worldwide - zero pollution but affordability & availability when oil crisis strikes
...there were around 136 bikesharing programs in 165 cities around the world, such as in the countries of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Albania, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Korea, Japan, Germany, Greece,Ireland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK...
2012 London Olympics opening ceremony: Queen as Bond Girl, uninvited guest "UFO" moves slowly across sky
Olympic rings lit with pyrotechnics - 2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony in London
The Olympic cauldron burns during the Opening Ceremony on July 28.
Sir Steve Redgrave hands off the Olympic torch to seven young athletes representing Britain’s hopes for the future.
A person dressed as Queen Elizabeth II parachutes into the Olympic stadium during the Opening Ceremony.
A blimp or a glowing UFO above the opening ceremony of the London Olympics??
Becks Bond? David Beckham passes under Tower Bridge driving a speedboat named 'Max Power' which carries the Olympic Torch with its torchbearer.