December 6, 2013
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Salem-News.com (Dec-06-2013 12:37)
Monsanto Sets Out to Buy a Better ImageSalem-News.com
Rather than fix disastrous practices, Monsanto is trying to buy a better image.
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It's easy to see why Monsanto was voted the world's most evil corporation for 2013.  Two examples from just the last 30 days might almost be enough to win the title all on their own.
Salem-News.com (Nov-14-2013 13:44)
Tribute to Vietnam Veteran Gary E HarveySalem-News.com
Special Forces Veteran from the Vietnam War is being held against his will in New York hospital.
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A wife's loving tribute to her husband, Gary Harvey - Veteran and unfortunately trapped in an abusive guardianship. Currently, Gary is confined to a hospital room and denied all visitation from family, friends, advocates - even clergy.
Salem-News.com (Nov-10-2013 21:05)
Vietnam, Monsanto and GMO`sChuck Palazzo Salem-News.com
Despite enormous opposition, now Monsanto is making further attempts to profit from Vietnam by selling their genetically modified creations.
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During the Vietnam War, Monsanto’s Agent Orange was used as a part of the United States’ ‘herbicidal warfare program’.
Salem-News.com (Nov-09-2013 13:44)
Contact your Senator Today and Ask them to Support S.1602Salem-News.com
S.1602 is the Toxic Exposure Research and Military Family Support Act of 2013.
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Senator Richard Blumenthal, (CT) has introduced S.1602, the Toxic Exposure Research and Military Family Support of 2013, VVA strongly supports this bill, which reflects positively on one of our foremost legislative goals.
Salem-News.com (Oct-12-2013 18:05)
Stars & Stripes: JPAC Admits to Phony Ceremonies Honoring `Returning` RemainsSalem-News.com
The ceremonies at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii are held up as a sign of the nation’s commitment to its fallen warriors.
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The Department of Defense unit charged with recovering servicemembers’ remains abroad has been holding phony “arrival ceremonies” for seven years, with an honor guard carrying flag-draped coffins off of a cargo plane as though they held the remains returning that day from old battlefields.
Salem-News.com (Oct-11-2013 00:27)
Agent Orange Awareness Month, COVVHA Steps Up and Speaks Out
Children of Vietnam Veterans feel it’s their responsibility to speak out against Genetically Modified Foods manufactured and grown by a chemical company that has killed and sickened their fathers, and created havoc in their own lives.
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October brings visions of cider, warm sweaters, shorter days and time with our families. The colors of foliage quickly turn to yellows, reds, and orange.
Salem-News.com (Oct-09-2013 22:22)
Dusting Off the Government Mouthpiece for Agent Orange DenialSteve House for Salem-News.com
The Korean government spent 1 1/2 million dollars and did their own studies and testing when they discovered that the Department of Defense was fudging the test results.
For years the Department of Defense and Col. Alvin Young have lied to the Vietnam veterans about Agent Orange. Because they cannot admit that they screwed up when they sign on with the (military contractor)) Monsanto Chemical Company to (WEAPONIZD) Dioxin better known as the rainbow herbicides.
Salem-News.com (Sep-03-2013 17:12)
Leukemia Threat to Vietnam VetsArticle by Wilma McCorkindale
The Otago study will shortly appear in the international journal BMJ Open and was funded by the War Pensions Medical Research Trust Fund.
New Zealand Vietnam veterans deployed in a "toxic war environment" were exposed to a significantly higher risk of leukaemia, a newly released Otago University study finds.
Salem-News.com (Aug-07-2013 13:14)
Paul Gets His VA Claim Approval Letter - HE WON!!Salem-News.com
This 66-year old retired lieutenant colonel and former Army paratrooper had been on an emotional elevator since his claim was first denied by the Manchester NH VA office.
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Monday was an emotional one for my dear friend Paul. His two-year quest for VA medical care and recognition of his Agent Orange exposure came to a satisfactory end.
Salem-News.com (Aug-07-2013 12:19)
Okinawa Dump Site May be Proof of Agent Orange: ExpertsJon Mitchell Special to Salem-News.com
Dioxin spike raises fears of local health risks.
The recent discovery of 22 barrels buried on former U.S. military land in the city of Okinawa could be posing the same level of risks to local residents as dioxin hot spots in Vietnam where the American military stored toxic defoliants during the 1960s and 1970s, according to two leading Agent Orange specialists.
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