Germany treats its mothers well, but it has one of the lowest birth rates on a continent filled with low birth rates.
All of the links that we thought were worthy of notice last week (or, more honestly, that we noticed last week).
“The rider, which is officially known as the Farmer Assurance Provision, has been derided by opponents of biotech lobbying as the “Monsanto Protection Act,” as it would strip federal courts of the authority to immediately halt the planting and sale of genetically modified (GMO) seed crop regardless of any consumer health concerns.”
Each area is so specific to how poverty and access is limited that a country-wide policy seems impractical if not impossible, which is why Wal Mart’s initiative to open 300 new stores in food deserts is ill-fated.
As usual, whenever there is a budget crisis, it disproportionately affects the people who can least afford it – low-income children who already have obstacles in place that higher-income children don’t, special-needs children whose funding has never matched what was promised in the Americans with Disabilities Act and people who are ostensibly innocent until proven guilty but whose finances seem to indicate otherwise.
Sushi is awesome. So is Marriage Equality.
What Schwartz is saying is that if there had been research about marijuana the DEA would have solid evidence on how to classify it and maybe there would be treatment for ailments (or not).
We at Eunoic believe that the methods employed by certain outlets in the media spread misinformation, at best, and are dangerously reckless and irresponsible, at worst. We believe that, in that race to receive page views, important stories end up on the bottom of the pile – particularly stories about social issues that affect many, or even all, of us.