Research 101: To Feed and Protect a World, Rein in Corporate Ag

Remember, that what you read on the internet is not always true and you have to research the sources first before you profess it as your proof.  If you don’t, and use the statements from the post as your evidence, you won’t be able to source out your statement.  That source is called evidence which […]

Russell Ruderman: Right to Know Who You Are

Before you start to read this post, please read the following definition of slander: As you research more on the leaders of the A’ole GMO movement, you start to find a lot of discrepancies in what they say and do.  It’s all documented front and center on the internet and somehow changes in emails.  Note […]

Don’t Post that A’ole GMO: How to Save Face

The internet is full of sites that will help to confirm your own biases many times and trying to figure out what is vetted and what isn’t is really tricky for the majority of folks.  That is regardless of anyone’s educational level, especially when it comes down agricultural and food issues. If you are ever […]

Andrea Brower: The Public has a Right to Know Who You Are

Maybe it is just a A’ole GMO thing but changing up words to fit your argument is a common thing with what they say and do.  They speak about malama the aina, keiki, and kupuna but then turn around and tell someone who speaks out for biotechnology to drink poison.  Gary Hooser constantly was stating […]

A’ole GMO Walter Ritte is Forgetful

Today there was a hot topic post on Civil Beat by Margaret Wille on her support of Bill 113. All the A’oles on there were commenting away about being poisoned and how everyone who speaks out for ag a paid industry shill and so on.  And of the course the usual anti-GMO stuff from the […]