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#MintCasts: GMO labeling, Monsanto & March Against Monsanto; Interview with Nick Bernabe By Mnar Muhawesh
Welcome to #MintCasts, our Mint Press podcast series. In this segment we ask, "Do Americans have the right to know if their food is made from genetically modified organisms?"
Whistleblower Exposes Enbridge Coverup
This is the second part of the America's Oil Epidemic series.
America’s Oil Spill Epidemic
In the last three years there have been 10 oil spills by various oil companies and refineries.
A Dangerous Sport: The Case Of Former NFL Fullback Kevin Turner
America’s favorite sport is under the spotlight as former players reveal the heavy price they have paid for playing the gladiatorial all-American game.
Iraq War Veteran Chante Wolfe On The Role Of Private Security Companies
Former Iraq veteran reveals the true nature of war and the role that mercenaries play in Afghanistan.
The Super PAC Effect: The Case Of Michele Bachmann (PODCAST)
Are voters disillusioned by Michele Bachmann's shady campaign spending? Mint Press News investigates.
Rape On The Reservation: Sexual Assault In The Native American Community
One in three Native American women will be raped in her lifetime. This report tells the story behind this shocking statistic.
Ron Paul On US Intervention In Syria: ‘I Don’t Think We’re Quite Capable Of Doing This’
President Obama’s isn’t hiding his motivation to enter the Syrian war: regime change. In this report, former U.S. Congressman Ron Paul talks about the poor decision-making that led to U.S. intervention in Iraq, and how Syria could portend a similar mistake. Meanwhile, with 1.6 million refugees already in camps in Jordan, Lebanon
Stand Your Ground: Sybrina And Tracy Martin Fight For Justice For Trayvon
Florida’s so-called “stand your ground” law will be tested in the courts this week. In this report, Sybrina and Tracy Martin talk about their struggle to deal with a life without their son and their fight for justice. Travyon Martin was an unarmed teenager who was shot by a neighborhood watchman, George Zimmerman, on his way