Scientists: Italy’s GMO Rules Minimize Competition

A column published at the Genetic Literacy Project by two Italian scientists outlines a serious problem their country faces regarding crop cultivation and farming. Presently, European Union and Italian rules restrict growing and cultivating genetically modified crops. But importers are enjoying a boom in business since the only alternate for Europe is to import produce… Read More Scientists: Italy’s GMO Rules Minimize Competition

Was the Kentucky Gubernatorial Election A Sign of Things to Come for 2020?

Weeks before Kentucky’s gubernatorial election, 175,000 purged voters were reinstated after the Democrat challenger, Attorney General Andy Beshear, successfully sued to have the inactive voters reinstated. Independent journalist Millie Weaver reported about this last year and the issues covered back then are strikingly similar to what went on for Election Day 2020. ADDENDUM 11/19/2020: As… Read More Was the Kentucky Gubernatorial Election A Sign of Things to Come for 2020?

Trump’s Litigation Could Put Him On The Path To Victory

Like many others I was disappointed with the election results from November 3rd. Under normal circumstances, Trump would have won handily against a candidate like Joe Biden. Unfortunately, Election Day 2020 is yet another reminder that these are not normal times and goes to show the determination and shrewd methods the Left will use in… Read More Trump’s Litigation Could Put Him On The Path To Victory

WaPo Tries To Smear Vote Fraud Whistleblower

The Washington Post reported today that an Erie, Pennsylvania United States Postal Service employee named Richard Hopkins retracted his allegations accusing his postmaster of instructing him to backdate mailed in ballots received after Election Day. Hopkins was cited by U.S. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham in his letter to the U.S. Justice Department requesting they… Read More WaPo Tries To Smear Vote Fraud Whistleblower