Thursday, September 1, 2016

He Was The Richest Man In History But You've Probably Never Heard Of Him

He Was The Richest Man In History But You've Probably Never Heard Of Him

After 525 years, it’s time to actually listen to Native Americans

After 525 years, it’s time to actually listen to Native Americans

Man Accused of Spraying 57 American Indian Students to be Found Not Guilty

Man Accused of Spraying 57 American Indian Students to be Found Not Guilty

Warning Signs Detected For Collapse Of Ancient Populations

Warning Signs Detected For Collapse Of Ancient Populations

Beekeeper's Bees Die Right After Aerial Spraying for Mosquitos (and she's not the only one!) - Health Nut News

Beekeeper's Bees Die Right After Aerial Spraying for Mosquitos (and she's not the only one!) - Health Nut News

The Anthropocene Is Here: Humanity Has Pushed Earth Into a New Epoch

The Anthropocene Is Here: Humanity Has Pushed Earth Into a New Epoch

The Great Forgetting: You Probably Haven't Heard about It But It Completely Affects Your Life

The Great Forgetting: You Probably Haven't Heard about It But It Completely Affects Your Life

Cops Now Can Use DNA To Create ‘wanted’ posters from DNA,

America’s Dangerous Pipelines

America’s Dangerous Pipelines

Why There’s a Media Blackout on the Native American Dakota Oil Pipeline Blockade

As the Lakota Sioux continue their peaceful blockade of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline, the story’s absence from the national media narrative is palpable. Considering the corporate media’s chronic quest for controversial stories on government versus public standoffs, you’d think this situation would garner the typical media frenzy invoked during a right-wing militia occupation of a federal building, for example, or a tense standoff between the Black Lives Matter movement and police. But it’s not.