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2nd US jury finds Roundup weed killer caused cancer. Glad that was done by a jury and not, say, a doctor or scientist. Just consensus. What do they think this is? Global warming.

Not surprised, it’s not taught: Half Of Americans Dont Know All First Amendment Freedoms

6 Responses to “Life in the future”

  1. Ron W Says:

    Now why would the Bill of Rights be taught when the schools are working to indoctrinate students to be good socialist slaves for their new world order? Liberty is dangerous stuff to “the powers that be”.

    “Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of Liberty.” –Thomas Jefferson

  2. Sid Says:

    I agree that the decision should be made by a jury.

    I disagree with the verdict.

  3. Lyle Says:

    Everything “causes cancer”, in California at least, and Round Up no doubt causes “global warming”. Those most vehement in the narrative against Round Up probably own stock in the company that makes it. Whatever.

    The point is that we be afraid of everything. Whether we’re afraid because we believe the lies, or we’re afraid of the liars because they lie and get away with it so easily, to the point of having built a global empire around lies, makes no difference. It works the same either way. That’s the nature of the Dialectic Method.

    So long as our education system has a Jesuit flavor to it, no one will be educated in the Law of Liberty, except so as to be taught things about it that aren’t true. That’s the nature of Critical Pedagogy.

  4. ExpatNJ Says:

    ‘Triclosan’ was an anti-gum-disease ingredient used in toothpaste for nearly 20 years. It had an excellent record of effectiveness and safety. I know. I worked on it, and used it myself.

    Yet, Obama’s FDA prohibited its use in 2016, without any proof that Triclosan was not effective or unsafe. That meant it could no longer be put into toothpaste.

    So, instead of letting consumers make their own usage and risk decisions, our political would-be overlords have now decided that we need to lose all our teeth.

    Try telling me again how activist and author Clair Wolfe opines that, “America is at that awkward stage; it’s too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.”

  5. Bruce Abbott Says:

    I’ve used hundreds of gallons of glysophate (the active ingredient in Roundup) for years, and have absolutely no worries about its safety. The patent rights are expired, and the Chinese and Indians are producing the stuff by the ton. So who benefits by these lawsuits? See if foreign manufacturers are financing the lawyers…

  6. ExpatNJ Says:

    Regarding: Half Of Americans Dont Know All First Amendment Freedoms

    I think this story gives some hope, although the student does not understand the 1A does not “give” (*) any rights which are natural, human, and G*d-given:

    “Student wins Freedom of Speech essay contest”
    March 25, 2019 by Jeremy Law [abridged]

    SYLACAUGA, Ala. – Nichols-Lawson Middle school 7th grader Allison Terrell has been named area’s 1st-place winner in ‘Freedom of Speech’ essay contest sponsored by the Fleet Reserve Association in Birmingham, Ala.

    Terrell’s 350-word essay pointed out, “First Amendment gives* the right to religion, petition, press, assembly, and speech. With the Ninth Amendment, the government cannot take that right away.”.

    Terrell received $100 prize for her award-winning essay and advance to next round of competition with FRA. According to teacher Natalie Hubbard, essay contest is for students in grades 7-12 and gives them opportunity to excel in English and writing.