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That’s the last sentence of an excellent TS editorial.
And by the way, Nathan is not a “conservative.” He’s reacting to what he sees as science illiteracy, and quite frankly while I remain agnostic on the subject, there are plenty of anti-GMO activists who really don’t know what they’re talking about.
The Lost Coast Outpost article has all the info.
He’ll be joining me on Thursday Night at 7:00 on KHSU to discuss the June election campaigns. Call-in format as usual.
From the Kerrigan campaign
I haven’t really followed the issue, but I think the Mateel is in good hands these days, so I trust their judgment absent evidence to the contrary.
From the Firpo campaign:
Join us for a good time, Sunday, May 18th from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at the Beginnings Octagon in Briceland
Spend the evening getting to know Elan and her team!
Introduction by Paul Gallegos
Music by Peter Childs and Chris McCurdy
With comments by: KMUD Monday Morning Show host, Dennis Huber, Michael Evenson, Mattole Salmon Group
For more information, call 834-5340 or Email us here at email@example.com
Light food and Punch provided. Potluck dishes welcome!
If you are unable to attend and would like to donate to the campaign, you can send donations to:
Elan Firpo for DA, PO Box 6427, Eureka, CA 95502
Or contribute online at ElanFirpo.com
My show this Thursday, with special guests per my promo: “Can there be ethics and spirituality without God? Join local thinkers Julia Minton and Bob Froelich as they join Eric Kirk to discuss positive humanism and secular spirituality on All Things Reconsidered, this Thursday evening at 7:00.”
As I’m reading it, the promo seems dry, but I think the discussion will be good. Not sure how to reword it with more pizazz.