Amid Gay Marriage/DOMA distraction, GOP Congress passes GMO provision

This is a bill that Obama should have vetoed. This was a cheap anonymous attachment to a bill that was supposed to stop the government from shutting down today (March 27), and now it’s passed a law that will protect corporations that make GMOs, in other words, genitically modified foods.

‘The Monsanto Provision’ (aka, “biotech rider”) was added to Congress’ spending bill silently (and anonymously) all while everyone was pre-occupied with the whole Gay Marriage thing going on at the Supreme Court. The new law protects companies that make GMO products from litigation and the courts are not allowed to stop them from being able to plant their seeds, even if there is a risk to the health of the people!

Here is the skinny on this act that was added to the bill:

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Monday School: Leviticus is on the house…

 
Welcome back to another session of Monday School!

Still the go to place for your “Rational Corrective To All That Nonsense They Tried To Teach You Yesterday!”

Today’s lesson is an interesting one: Do Christians have the right to complain to someone who may have broken God’s law if they themselves do not follow all the laws correctly themselves?

The inspiration for today’s lesson came to me over the weekend when I read an article online about an incident that occurred last month in North Carolina. After eating lunch, a restaurant owner handed a lesbian couple a letter as they were leaving his establishment. The letter pretty much condemned their behavior as ‘sinful’ as it’s stated in the old testament, and informed them that what they were doing was unnatural.

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