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Burying our heads in the sand

by Willie Walk­ing­stick Six­ty years is not so long ago. It is with­in the life­time of peo­ple still alive today. But even if it were one hun­dred years or 200 years, it is not too long ago that we should … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Why Christians Should Oppose Malsanto

The aban­don­ment of sound farm­ing prac­tices for the chem­i­cal quick fix has left much of our once-pro­duc­tive land bar­ren and poi­soned, has caused can­cers and oth­er ill­ness­es, and has left us with poor qual­i­ty food. Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Malsanto Corporation does not belong in Wilbur County

by Rachel Angeli­na Valazques Many of you know me as the cus­to­di­an at Old Paiute High School. I have not lived in Ger­maine for very long –about two years– so I hope you do not think me too for­ward about … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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