The United States of America is a great country founded upon the belief of freedom.
Choosing to live a lifestyle that may not be so mainstream forces one to think more for themselves. The answers to most questions are not simply provided, one has to do a little bit of research and make their own conclusions. In doing this, I learned that politics do play a big part in my lifestyle choices, whether I liked it or not.
Learning about the toxicity of many chemicals used to grow and produce our food, cosmetics and household products is really eye-opening. Finding out that organizations are funneling large amounts of funds to government agencies and politicians to keep the public in the dark about the reality of these toxins is infuriating, to say the least!
Some of you may be reading this wondering just how sparkly my tin foil hat is and where is my proof. Sadly, there is much proof to be found. But don’t take my word for it…
If you subscribe to Amazon Prime, I highly recommend watching the video: The New Yorker Presents – Episode 3
The bigger message here is that each person can make a difference. You don’t need to be a scientist or a politician. Become educated in how the political system works and become involved in issues that are important to you. Realize that you make a decision every time you spend money. Make sure those decisions are ones that will be of benefit to your well-being and that of our Earth.
“The Bill of Rights: A Transcription.” National Archives and Records Administration. National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Web. 21 Feb. 2016.