Texas-based consumer health advocate Mike Adams of non-profit organization Food Rising has developed a new soil-free, non-electric, home-based food grow system called the Mini-Farm Grow Box. The system doesn't require home gardenersShow More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- Glance at the top safeties on the free-agent market and there’s no question that New England’s Devin McCourty will be the most sought out player at that position. You’d have to look down most lists to find where the Indianapolis...Show More Summary
I’ve been asked several times about this NY Post article on the CDC’s “admission” that a sneeze could spread Ebola. The Post (which, I should note, is the least credible newspaper in New York City, for those not familiar with the paper) suggests that the CDC has changed their tune regarding the spread of Ebola.…
INDIANAPOLIS -- Colts safety Mike Adams and linebacker D'Qwell Jackson will be joining teammates T.Y. Hilton, Andrew Luck, Vontae Davis, Pat McAfee and Adam Vinatieri in Arizona for the Pro Bowl this weekend. Adams was named after spots opened up with Seattle safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor playing in the Super Bowl. Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- For 16 seasons, defenses have wondered how Peyton Manning completed throws with the receiver blanketed by a defender. "It's a matter of inches against him," Colts safety Mike Adams said of Manning, whose Denver Broncos will host Indianapolis in a divisional playoff game at 4:40 p.m. Show More Summary
Policy Issues Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack was a guest on yesterday’s AgriTalk radio program with Mike Adams, where the conversation focused on beef checkoff issues, COOL (Country of Origin Labeling), Farm Bill implementation, and trade with Cuba (audio replay here, MP3- 11:30). Show More Summary
Knowing that he might need to bring the boom on a 4th-and-1 in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene was ready for the moment. Greene easily picked up the first down but wanted more. Show More Summary
After getting steamrolled by Titans running back Shonn Greene, no one would blame Colts safety Mike Adams for taking the rest of the afternoon off.
Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson caught a pass against the Indianapolis Colts, went out of bounds and that should have been that. But Colts defensive back Mike Adams highly exaggerated being hit by Redskins running back Alfred Morris on a block and flung himself into Jackson after the 18-yard reception near midfield. Show More Summary
About four years ago, Mike Adams, president of the organization that would become the American Pecan Board, and fellow industry leaders began kicking around the idea of bringing more order to the U.S. pecan industry.
Farm Bill House Ag Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson (D., Minn.) was a guest yesterday on the AgriTalk radio program with Mike Adams, where the conversation focused on the Farm Bill (audio replay here, MP3- 10:17). An unofficial FarmPolicy.com transcript of yesterday’s discussion is available here. With respect to USDA Farm Bill implementation, Rep. Peterson noted […]
INDIANAPOLIS -- Mike Adams heard the rumblings about his future with the Denver Broncos at the end of last season. The safety tried to stay optimistic by maintaining communication with the coaching staff and working out at the Broncos' facility. Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts thought they had gotten the ball back from the Giants on back-to-back plays in the first quarter on Saturday. One was an interception by cornerback Darius Butler. The other was safety Mike Adams...Show More Summary
LATROBE, Pa. -- A snapshot from the Pittsburgh Steelers' final practice of the week on Thursday offered a tidy summation of Mike Adams' training camp. Adams, playing right tackle during an 11-on-11 drill, got bull rushed by outside linebacker Jason Worilds. Show More Summary
On Friday, I blogged the bizarre story about an online article by Natural News nutjob Mike Adams in which he compared researchers and supporters of modern biotech crops to Nazis. He then argued ... ...it is the moral right — and even...Show More Summary
Anti-GMO activist Mike Adams, who last week called for his followers to kill journalists who cover biotech, claims the "hit list" site attributed to him is actually a false flag created by pro-Monsanto forces. But this investigation reveals that there's a lot of evidence connecting Adams to the hit list site. Read more...
Welcome to conspiracy world. Did Mike Adams, the crackpot who runs the Natural News bogus supplement and health information empire set up the Monsanto Collaborators website which likens supporters of modern biotech crop science to Nazis and calls for their deaths. Show More Summary
Where do I even begin? Mike Adams, the self-proclaimed “healthranger” who runs the crank alt-med site naturalnews, has sunk to a new low, even though he was already scraping bottom. Adams combines the worst CAM propaganda with a blend of conspiracy theories from across the spectrum, while selling supplements and other nonsense. He portrays himself [...]
Anti-GMO activist Mike Adams, featured recently on Dr. Oz, has issued a call for his followers to kill journalists he calls "Monsanto collaborators" because they have written about the possible benefits of GMOs. His homicidal logic is based on the myth that GMOs are causing mass suicides in India, which he's dubbed "genocide." Read more...
In March I reported on Professor Mike Adams's victory for academic freedom in his jury trial against the University of North Carolina–Wilmington. UNCW officials had rejected Dr. Adams's promotion application in a process rife with irregularity and laced with open hostility to his conservative and Christian speech.