Archive | August, 2011

Cool New Video and RSS Feeds at SNO

At Survival News Online, our goal is to help you prepare for any emergency or survival situation. We’re always providing more information about survival and emergency preparedness and making it easier to find it, or more interesting to watch. With this in mind, we’ve recently added some cool new features to make your browsing experience […]

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It's the Debt, Stupid

Switzerland, the nation that hasn’t gone to war with a foreign power since Napoleon, is reluctantly debating a generational taboo: ceding monetary independence to win a battle over its runaway currency. Swiss National Bank Vice President Thomas Jordan said the central bank is assessing “a whole range of options” to prevent the franc, which reached […]

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Monsanto Isn't The Problem — The Government Is

Oh, Monsanto, you sly dog.You keep trying to make us believe you are “committed to sustainable agriculture” with your canny advertisments on American Public Media, even as you force-feed farmers your lab-grown Frankenseeds that expire every year which are, let’s be honest, opposite of sustainable. Read the rest of the article via Monsanto’s 5 Most […]

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Child Labor Laws Don't Help Children

Nearly two years after ABC News cameras uncovered young children toiling away in Michigan’s blueberry fields, federal investigators have found yet another disturbing example of illegal use of child labor in the berry industry. Three southwest Washington strawberry growers were fined $73,000 last week after the U.S. Department of Labor found children between the ages […]

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Obama Administration Exempting Schools From Federal Law’s Testing Mandate |

(AP) – State and local education officials have been begging the federal government for relief from student testing mandates in the federal No Child Left Behind law, but school starts soon and Congress still hasn’t answered the call. Education Secretary Arne Duncan says he will announce a new waiver system Monday to give schools a […]

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