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Sunday, June 23, 2013

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Saturday, June 1, 2013

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Right at this very moment while I write this article I could hear the rumbling of clouds. Summer has officially ended just a couple of days ago. 

At least 24 people -- including nine children -- were killed when a massive tornado struck an area outside Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon, officials said. (Read at CNN latest Updates)
Gov. Mary Fallin said the tornado was "one of (the) most horrific storms and disasters that this state has ever faced." Oklahoma "will get through this. ... We will overcome. We will rebuild. We will regain our strength," she said.
Should Philippines apologize on the shooting of Taiwanese Fishermen? Taiwan had stop hiring Filipinos and...
 Taiwan has issued an ultimatum to the Philippines to make an official apology to the family of a Taiwanese fisherman who died in a fatal shooting by the Philippine Coast Guard in the South China Sea or pay a price. (Read More)

Saw this very disturbing picture somewhere and couldn't believe...

Marchers in over 400 cities protest Monsanto

The March Against Monsanto movement began when founder and organizer Tami Canal created a Facebook page on Feb. 28 calling for a rally against the company’s practices.
“If I had gotten 3,000 people to join me, I would have considered that a success,” she said Saturday. Instead, she said an “incredible” number of people responded to her message and turned out to rally.
“It was empowering and inspiring to see so many people, from different walks of life, put aside their differences and come together today,” Canal said. The group plans to harness the success of the event to continue its anti-GMO cause.
“We will continue until Monsanto complies with consumer demand. They are poisoning our children, poisoning our planet,” she said. “If we don’t act, who’s going to?”

"He that oppresseth the poor reproacheth his Maker: but he that honoureth him hath mercy on the poor." ―Proverb 14:31