Roundup For Breakfast?!

Last year, the Environmental Working Group released a report that concluded there are unsafe levels of the herbicide Glyphosate (Roundup) in various products, including Cheerios. This video aims to get to the bottom of these findings, and to explain why chemical residue in our food happens.

Bayer to Waste $5.6 Billion Trying to Appease Anti-Pesticide Activists

This will fail and more pressing problems will be neglected RONALD BAILEY | 6.14.2019 Reason Trial lawyers have managed to bamboozle three American juries so far into showering billions of dollars onto their suffering clients based on the scientifically bogus claim that exposure to Bayer’s glyphosate (sold as Roundup here) weedkiller gave them cancer. These…

CA Jury Finds Roundup Pesticide Causes Cancer

A California Jury has awarded a plaintiff almost $300 million dollars, agreeing with Edwin Hardeman’s claim that his exposure to the glyphosate-based pesticide Roundup gave him cancer. According to Reuters, this is the second jury trial Bayer has lost and, unfortunately, more are on the way. Over 11,000 liability lawsuits have been filed against Bayer…

“The Blacklist” Episode Involves Crazed Eco-Terrorist

NBC’s action television action show The Blacklist recently broadcast an episode in which the villain is a crazed anti-pesticide terrorist who uses genetically modified insects to kill his victims. The show stars James Spader whose character Raymond “Red” Reddington was an international criminal who turned himself in to the FBI. “Red” enjoys a somewhat limited…

Glyphos’gate’ and the IARC

Environmentalists have been working overtime trying to convince the public that pesticides, like Roundup, are bad for you. They seek to get pesticides outlawed despite clear evidence that pesticides do not contribute to disease outbreaks and help farmers fend off insects that ruin crop yields which helps the human food supply. In reality and as…

Banning Neonicotinoid Pesticides Increases Pesticide Use

Some interesting insights out of New Zealand. The vice president of the country’s farming association, Colin Hurst, is quoted as saying if neonicotinoid pesticides are banned, it will result in even more sprayed pesticide use. According to NZFarmer, Hurst states that seeds in New Zealand are usually coated with neonicotinoids which prevented insects from eating…