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Ellen Bukstel Asks Federal Government: “Who’s the Pusher Now?”

Activist-Musician Calls for End of Cannabis Prohibition and “Drug War” DEC 8, 2014 – With the Federal government and the FDA in cahoots with the billion-dollar chemical death pill industry, and thousands of overdose deaths a year from these death pills, yet no pharmaceutical company offices are raided and no one arrested, activist-musician Ellen Bukstel decided…

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Is Bono Selling Out to Monsanto?

Activist-Singer Attacked for Association with Monsanto at G7 Summit DEC 4, 2014 – Bono, the lead singer and activist-musician from U2, came under fire from his fans and others for being associated with Monsanto and private companies “partnering” with the private sector to solve Africa’s hunger crisis at the last G8 Summit meeting back in 2013…

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Willie Nelson Smoked Cannabis on White House Roof

Cannabis Rights Activist Says Obama May Be Happy About DC Lifting Cannabis Prohibition NOV 23, 2014 – Musical-activist Willie Nelson, known for his cannabis use as much as Cheech and Chong, said in a Yahoo Music interview that President Barack Obama is probably happy to see that DC has recently voted to legalize cannabis. He…

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Neil Young Joins Starbucks Boycott Because of Their Lawsuit Against Vermont’s GMO Food Labeling

Musical-Activist Quits His Daily Latte Due to Starbucks Using Lobbyists to Overturn GMO-Labeling Law NOV 23, 2014 – The European Union strictly monitors “new food” coming into their system, and they already require food manufacturers to label their food products as to whether they use GMO (Genetically Modified Organism Frankenfood). Here in the US, Vermont…

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AP: Stevie Wonder Speaks Out Against Racism, Guns

MUSICAL ACTIVIST ALSO CALLS FOR BETTER ACCESS FOR THE DISABLED NOV 13, 2014 – Stevie Wonder spoke out against many issues at his 2014 tour kickoff concert in New York city last Thursday (NOV 6), commenting about several issues such as gun control, racism, and even better services and access for the disabled. Playing at MSG,…

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