by Robert Wheeler Recently, I wrote an article discussing the looming food crisis in the United States and the rest of the world. While it might seem like paranoia to some readers,
Mad dash for toilet tissue continues with droves of panic-buyers joining early-morning queues at Costco t.co/mpf9Rg0Vv8 — Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) September 22, 2020 Hundreds join mad dash for toilet
Just speechless right now……. pic.twitter.com/nFyLOrWxwu — IDTH (@IDTH11) August 26, 2020 Much of the country’s refinery capacity is concentrated along the Gulf Coast www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php?id=7170 Of the more than 17.3
by Ethan Huff of Natural News (Natural News) Unprecedented flooding in communist China’s major food-producing regions is spiking demand for American corn, which is putting immense strain on already limited supplies. According to the U.S.