Monthly Archives: May 2015

No Change is Coinless

A Poem by Randall Karlen Rogers You’re such an idiot, I better say something, Monsanto. Your Frankenfoods have me and myriad others, running scared. Shotgun shooting the genes of a firefly, for instance, into the genetics of corn, to see … Continue reading

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This is what we should be thinking about this Memorial Day, Monsanto:

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MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO WORLDWIDE PROTESTS ON MAY 23 Marchers in over 400 Cities Demand Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods and the Reduction of Carcinogenic Chemicals Used in Industrial Agriculture WASHINGTON, DC – On May 23, 2015, for the third year … Continue reading

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In solidarity, Gene

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The Rape by Monsanto

A Poem by Balo If bones were to break so easily, I could only see them crushed with a swift blade, swift pole. I cross her face and down her bust leaving only blood to fall, I grab her by … Continue reading

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