Archive | October, 2014

Lewis Perdue – Investigative Reporting Experience

See also: Lewis Perdue, Co-Author Lewis Perdue’s investigative reporting experience dates from 1970 and continues to the present as co-founder of the Stealth Syndromes Project. His most internationally prominent investigative reporting came in Washington D.C. when, as a freelancer for Jack Anderson, he played a major role in breaking the Koreagate Congressional payoff scandals. The […]

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Original Sources: 84,000 Legal Chemicals. Fewer Than 200 Tested. Only 5 Ever Banned. Here’s Where Those Numbers Come From

The U.S. government allows more than 84,000 chemical compounds of unknown toxicity to be legally used in food, beverages, packaging, clothing, fabrics, personal care products, cosmetics — in any part of your environment including the air, water, or soil. Unattributed variations of that number  — usually ranging from 60,000 to 80,000 — seem illogical and […]

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Friends Don’t Let Friends Eat Farmed Salmon

By Lewis Perdue Salmon is on a lot of plates when people resolve to make healthy changes in their diets. Many articles have emphasized the benefits of fatty fish, citing the heart-healthy benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids and other micro-nutrients. Those benefits have been gradually narrowed down to salmon because other mild, oily-fleshed fish like […]

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