#HandsUpDontShoot: Corporate Agriculture’s “Right to Farm” Through ALEC, Global Corporations Are Scheming to Rewrite YOUR Rights and Boost THEIR Revenue
Through the corporate-funded
American Legislative Exchange Council, (ALEC) global corporations and state politicians vote behind closed doors to try to rewrite state laws that govern your rights. These so-called “model bills” reach into almost every area of American life and often directly benefit huge corporations.
In ALEC’s own words, corporations have “a VOICE and a VOTE” on specific changes to the law that are then proposed in your state.
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Demonstrators raise their hands and chant “hands up, don’t shoot” during a protest over the killing of Michael Brown on Aug. 12 in Clayton, Mo.
The creation of international financial institutions which gave terms that did not benefit African people but the multinational companies that came to exploit the resources of Africa. So why listen to people who have no history of helping you anywhere else in Africa, except to milk your resources. ST LOUIS FERGUSON THE REAL Battle Missourians Fight ALEC Over Big Agriculture’s “Right to Farm” #UniteBlue @UNITEblue
The meaning of Welcome Home Bowe BergdahAfter 2016 Washington angst about Taliban commanders returning to the fight may be beside the point: America will have left the field. In a best case, the Taliban will forge a reconciliation pact with a more-or-less stable central government. Post-war Afghanistan will not be a perfect place, Mr Obama declared recently, “and it is not America’s responsibility to make it one.” Such cold realism reflects the mood of the public. It foreshadows how America’s longest war will end. But as the Bergdahl drama reveals, don’t expect Americans to enjoy it.